G-LCYE c/n 17000296. A very comfortable ride in this spacious and bright cabin. And no more middle seats when flying BA to/from London City Airport! The Embraer 170/190 will replace all our BAe146 RJ's. (more of G-LCYE)
3B-NBI (cn 793) "Le Flamboyant". Air Mauritius 053 about one hour out of London Heathrow on it's way to Mauritius. Loadfactor should have been around 70%. The PTV's are nice but the seats are more than terrible! (more of 3B-NBI)
3B-NBJ "Le Chamarel". Air Mauritius 046 leaves this turquoise surrounded island for a 11h 40min flight to London Heathrow. You can spot the airport just forward of the winglet. Terrible seat pitch and food offset by great views from seat 36A. And what a way to end my wedding/honeymoon. (more of 3B-NBJ)
Being vectored through the ILS for a left hand circuit on this perfect morning. Aboard a BA Cityflyer RJ100 as Flyer 93Z from Edinburgh. Can you also spot the runway used for the Red Bull Air Race held here on The Thames about two weeks ago?
G-DBCC (cn 2194) I've been waiting patiently for so many flights to get this shot. The Thames, Big Ben, London Eye, House of Parliament are all in view as well as St.James Park. Just magnificant! (more of G-DBCC)
As you head out to Tucson from Phoenix you'll get this great overview of Pinal Airpark. Note the Evergreen supertanker (N470EV) on the ramp and it's practise area on the top left. The sixth 747 from the left is the NASA Shuttle Freighter. (N905NA)
PH-BDN (cn 24261/1640) Named: "Willem van Ruysbroeck". KL1024 is almost ready to go. Eventually we arrived almost 30 minutes early in AMS! My thanks to the friendly crew. With this trip I've finished my own ATPL pilot training so it's time for a new chapter in my life. (more of PH-BDN)