I used to get annoyed about rejections here, and then I remembered that I took the photos in the first place for MY own pleasure and enjoyment.
If you go out taking pictures looking to get a.net uploads, you are doing it for all the wrong reasons.
Do not get disgruntled or have a pop at Johan for rejections, use it to spur you on.........I did, and with a bit of help, saving for a decent bit of kit and many hours learning photoshop, I can now get consistent uploads.......but at the same time, I never go out shooting just to get pics here.
What I am saying really is, keep plugging away, maybe take it as your motivation to improve, it is possible to get pics uploaded here with a high acceptance rate, so don't give up............who knows 10 years from now, you may be the next Andy Hunt or Gary Watt, when you have learned the art of being a good airliner photographer, and have the equipment to carry off what you want to achieve.
Keep going, don't get down, and keep enjoying taking those pictures.......I think you have some nice compositions there. To criticsise, I felt that a lot of the pics were over-sharpened and I could see distinct halos on the edges........be selective with your unsharp mask, also one of the Turkmenistan shots was not straight........little things like that can earn frustrating rejections, make sure there are no little details like that, that can earn you a knock back before uploading.
I feel too that poor weather conditions should not be a bar from having photos uploaded here...........not everyone is lucky enough to live in the USA, or Far East, and I think it would be grossly unfair to be discriminated against simply because of where you live. I was told recently by the editor of a very major airline magazine that he feels that side on shots in the sun are extremely boring indeed !
Keep going mate, and maybe a wee apology to Johan might be in order, because you did go a bit far IMHO.
PS: Where did you get those shots from, it must be near the airport pub.....did you have a step ladder to see over the fence?
Canon through and through