Enough said, isn't it about time we changed the name of this historic city of Ukraine as it should be called?? Why is it still 'Kiev' here even after five months this monstrosity began?? Sad to see this site siding on russians by wrongly calling Ukrainian city names & deleteing pro-Ukrainian com...Jump to post
Hi, Just noticed it's still 'Kiev' on this website, which is a russian (and quite wrong) transcription of Ukranian capital. Shouldn't we change it to 'Kyiv' instead as other (jetphotos etc.) sites have done so? Plus, deleting comments on the recently uploaded picture of An-22 wasn't the best idea ei...Jump to post
Was just looking at some ROKAF pics and found this
Hi there! I've uploadedyesterday (which got accepted through priority screening) but the pic doesn't show up almost after a day I got an email?
Well quite literally, is there any way I can apply to be a screener when certain conditions are met? Or is it invitation only?Jump to post
Recently I was browsing through some pics of JASDF RF-4s and came up with these two below: https://www.airliners.net/photo/Japan-Air-Self-Defense-Force-JASDF/McDonnell-Douglas-RF-4E-Phantom-II/5847471 https://www.airliners.net/photo/Japan-Air-Self-Defense-Force-JASDF/McDonnell-Douglas-RF-4E-Kai-Phan...Jump to post
Hi, The prio window is open for 24h, counting from the moment the first photo is accepted. This goes for any photo that qualifies for priority screening. For the EK special, I understand that it's the first daytime photo, but we've never really made an exception for daytime vs. nighttime photos as ...Jump to post
Hi, I really appreciate the screeners’ hard work, however I’m quite disappointed by their decisions made today. I had put two photos on my screening queue, both being EK A388 special (A6-EEB)/Photo ID 5482897 and 5472899, respectively. Obviously we don’t have any daytime shots for A6-EEB yet, and gi...Jump to post
Hi Block40Osan, As you say UK weather is unpredictable, but westerly/northerly winds are typical throughout winter. London normally sees a few clear January days and I'd certainly hope you'd see some sun during such a long stay, however we can go weeks at a time with very little sunshine unfortunat...Jump to post
Hello everyone, I‘m traveling to London on January 13th and staying until the 28th, and planning to do some planespotting while I'm there. This would be my first time spotting in London, and whilst I read many other posts on this forum I still have few questions that are yet to be answered. First of...Jump to post
I just got an email saying my image (https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/5/4/6/5149645.jpg?v=v4df04e83293) is rejected for not specifying the month (+High Contrast), but seriously though it’s a military aircraft and regarding the Korean law I was doing what I was supposed to do; You can’t...Jump to post
vhtje wrote:HM7 wrote:Also the overhead bins of the boeing sky interior on the ERs are really well done.
Did any other 747, aside from QF’s 747-438ERs, get the 777-style interior?
Has anyone spotted these birds lately? They have seemed to dropped off the face of the earth since they ran into each other at Atatürk I was at IST over the w/e and the Asiana A330 is still in the Turkish Technic area. My SBS box actually picked it up several times, so maybe it's close to returning...Jump to post
Hi all, I’m planning to visit JASDF Hyakuri this November, along with spotting at some other interesting bases like Iruma and Atsugi. While I’m mostly keen on photographing Phantoms, it is most likely that I might spend 2~3 days at Hyakuri and move to other places. It looks like Hyakuri offers a gre...Jump to post
Storage. Well the ones that are being stored are 77E and 773, not 77W. Given that SQ is currently deploying their fleet of 27 77W’s and a bunch of 359 with long-haul routes, I can hardly agree with that those 77W are to be sent for storage before 2020. Some routes previously served with 77E and 773...Jump to post
konkret wrote:Is there a plan for other Skyteam airlines to move to T2? What about Jin Air?
Absolutely revolting. Shame on United and Delta. No, just shame on United. Delta parked their N661US open for people to see, United has no such thing. Delta has announced a retirement flight between LAX and DTW a rather affordable route as far as what 747s normally fly, AFAIK, UA hasn't announced s...Jump to post
ikolkyo wrote:No ERs are leaving the fleet this year, only the non ER 763s.
So far DL has 58 767-300ER in its fleet. The earliest batches (the ones with PW engines) are due to HMV at the end of this year and ex. Gulf ones almost reached 125,000hrs of flight time which will also require HMV very soon. While these one are the eldest 763ER in DL fleet, anybody happen to know w...Jump to post
ICN is the second destination to be served by the DL A359. Effective from 17DEC17 (Arriving ICN on a following day).Jump to post
In terms of authencitity, I NEVER consider SkyTrax is a nice way of evaluating airlines. Look at the best economy award 2016, OZ won the first prize but do you know how poor their Y class is? Some of their 333/772s are 'still' flying with 6.5" PTV while every KE widebody fleet has 10.6/12 inch ...Jump to post
@ Block40Osan Really appreciate your info on the Seoul airports! ICN is on my to do list, as soon as the 4th runway is finished. I guess the overview will be even more ideal then it is now as the aircraft will be closer!? Is it possible for you to make a map with the most current spotting locations...Jump to post
EY A340s are scheduled to leave the fleet by the end of 2017. I'm pretty sure EY's not going to paint their A346 in new colours just for one-more-year usage. Would be highly appreciated if they paint 346 though!Jump to post
I enjoyed shooting the takeoffs on rwy 16 from the observation deck very much, even though that configuration didn't last long when I was there. In any case, fully agree that having runways 33/34 in use gives you more photo opportunities. Glad you enjoyed your time here! Yes since 16/34 is not the ...Jump to post
Thanks for that, better to know now than find out when I get there ! As I will most likely be on foot, is it practical to get to the other side ? Yes it is! Every points at GMP are reachable by either foot or public transport. Whatever you choose, it won't take longer than 30 minutes to reach the p...Jump to post
Is the spotting deck at GMP worth a visit ? Unfortunately, The answer is 'No'. As the opening time of the deck is 1000hrs, the time when the sun moves to the opposite side, you'll get a backlit shot for all-day long. Probably for summer season it'll be useful until 1100hrs when shooting a runway ac...Jump to post
Hello everybody! Hope you guys are doing well. Recently, I've received a bunch of e-mails from a.net photographers about spotting at Seoul. Like 'when is the best season' or 'where to grab a nice shots'. Obviously, Many spotters around the world have been showing the interest on doing their hobby at...Jump to post
They'll add IKA route as well, starting with Cargo at first..Keep an eye on them!Jump to post
I can help you do spotting at ICN/GMP. Please don't hesitate to contact me via E-mail featured on my profile for further assistance.
Sorry for leaving answer too late.
After the renewal of airliners.net, It seems like screening takes a long period of time unlike before. So I'm wondering if there's any glitch that hinders screening. (Like technical issues..etc) Anyways, I've uploaded my shots on 13th of June, however still don't get the mails from the screeners abo...Jump to post
Hello guys, I've planned my spotting trip to Singapore next February. From research so far, it seems the direction of wind at this time (February) means RWY 02L + RWY 02C will see the majority of movements (opposing to the RWY 20 direction) so Changi beach park wouldn't be any good during my stay. T...Jump to post