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| A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue October 15, 2013:|
The Virgin Atlantic 747 seems to be wearing a special livery... I have never seen it before with the Union Jack carrying mascot lady at the back of the bird and that large... Anyone know what or why? Also the ANZ bird almost has one of its 'Pacific Waves' back due to the shadow of a lamp post... almost... The teal color is now gone forever altogether, a shame imo.
| A visitor from - posted Fri May 3, 2013:|
The 747-8 is longer than the A380.
| A visitor from - posted Mon September 10, 2012:|
Nice detailed picture
I was on this plane this very same day :)
| A visitor from - posted Sat September 8, 2012:|
74 and 77 really are beautiful aircraft!
| A visitor from Spain posted Fri September 7, 2012:|
Andrew's comments say it all - lax offers great variety, and this shot encompasses that. I recall spending a few wonderful hours between terminals 1 and 2 watching and photographing the action many years ago... and the action seems to have got even better.
| A visitor from Mauritius posted Fri September 7, 2012:|
The A380 due to it's large wings in comparison with the length of the fuselage will always look short and stumpy. Hence while the T7 and 747 look much bigger when in reality, it dwarfs the T7(though the A380 is about 0.9m shorter) and is longer than the 747.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri September 7, 2012:|
As always Andrew, your photos are exquisite! I always look forward to seeing them here...
Northwest Airlines (Retired)
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri September 7, 2012:|
The 380 looks shorter because of its proportions.
| A visitor from - posted Fri September 7, 2012:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 7, 2012:|
The A380 is the star in this picture but I love the KLM MD-11 from this angle. Great shot.
| A visitor from Germany posted Fri September 7, 2012:|
Wonder about the lens used in this picture, the 747 and the 777 appear much larger compared to the 380.