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Airport outdoor observation areas

Thu May 16, 2019 12:42 pm

I live in Lake Charles, Louisiana (LCH). We are experiencing outstanding weather now. On my way to the local dog park, I noticed work going on around the runway up to the road. With great weather and better view of the runway and terminal, brought back memories of viewing parks at other airports I’ve lived by. SFO, Love Field, and San Diego had great areas for spotting. What are some of the best outside airport viewing areas in the world?
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 12:56 pm

NGO, NRT, and ZRH have nice open air galleries. IAD has a nice spot there at Udvar-Hazy, and personally, thee's a hell of a lot of open space on top of he IAB there that could make for a wonderful open-air viewing area--hell, there's even door already there! DCA has Gravelley Point, Long Bridge Park, and BWI has Friendship Park (Dixon Aircraft ob park). PHL has Ft. Mifflin, and those are the ones just off he top of my head.

And, let's not forget SXM. :) The holy-grail of spotting, I'm told.
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Thu May 16, 2019 1:05 pm

AMS has an observation deck complete with its own jet.
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Thu May 16, 2019 1:09 pm

MKE has two viewing areas around its perimeter and the top level of the parking garage is decent as well.
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Thu May 16, 2019 1:14 pm

HNL’s open air “Overseas” Terminal offers up close and personal views of arriving and departing aircraft. Additionally, the oft-forgotten 3rd level of the Diamond Head and Ewa Concourses offer great vantage points as well.

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Thu May 16, 2019 1:16 pm

MSP has an outdoor viewing area literally in the middle of the airfield, at the intersection of two runways and on the taxiway to a third. It’s really excellent.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 1:18 pm

GRR has a park with picnic tables and restrooms with probably one of the best views of an active runway in the US. Just wish there was a little more traffic...
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 1:19 pm

I tried ZRH's this year and it was really great. AMS' remains my favorite though.
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Re: Airport outdoor observation areas

Thu May 16, 2019 1:26 pm

jrkmsp wrote:
MSP has an outdoor viewing area literally in the middle of the airfield, at the intersection of two runways and on the taxiway to a third. It’s really excellent.


Agreed - have lived here for 25 years and just found out about it last year. It's amazing.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 1:31 pm

SFO just opened a new open-air spotting deck at the terminal. As a youth I spent many hours watching from the original SFO roof top deck back in the 70s. Just above the Hughes Air West ramp if I recall.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 1:46 pm

rufusmi wrote:
GRR has a park with picnic tables and restrooms with probably one of the best views of an active runway in the US. Just wish there was a little more traffic...


There are one of these at FAR as well. I've say there many (of the few) warm days and just watched the relatively limited air traffic.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 1:57 pm

HKT is about the same league as SXM, but it is at risk of being shut down by Thai authorities for "safety" reasons.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 1:59 pm

jchaase wrote:
jrkmsp wrote:
MSP has an outdoor viewing area literally in the middle of the airfield, at the intersection of two runways and on the taxiway to a third. It’s really excellent.


Agreed - have lived here for 25 years and just found out about it last year. It's amazing.


I think it's only been there about 3 years

GSPSPOT wrote:
MKE has two viewing areas around its perimeter and the top level of the parking garage is decent as well.


I've been to the one on Layton Ave...where's the other one?
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Thu May 16, 2019 2:08 pm

PER has an indoor observation deck overlooking T1, complete with restrooms & vending machines, it can actually be nice to spend a few hours there, there's also an ourdoor deck at the end of 03/21 where I watched the AN225 & inaugural PER-LHR service, its got a nice view but the design of the deck takes aesthetic a bit more into account then practicality (there's minimal shade for example).

The most shocking one I have seen is the Christchurch Terminal 1 viewing deck, which is post-security and faces away from the runway and towards the control tower, virtually impossible to see anything yet it's still labeled as a "viewing deck".
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 2:10 pm

DUS and CGN both have great rooftop viewing areas.
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Thu May 16, 2019 2:11 pm

One of my best past times was at PWM - Spotter's Spot. I learned a lot of camera skills. Was nice to see some B6 delivery flights as well!
IAH - Roof top garage connecting C/D/E. Great place to see big birds. I make sure I always park on top just to get some pics :)
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 2:20 pm

HAM has one in each terminal, I believe. I always show up a little early to take a look. I'll also wander over if I am staying at the Radisson Blu on-site hotel and then wander back to my hotel.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 2:25 pm

MLA has a restaurant at one end of the terminal with an outdoor seating area, separated from the tarmac by a chain link fence. Nice place to grab a beer and sit outside. Not huge amounts of traffic to watch but relaxing especially as it practically never rains in the summer.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 2:52 pm

727LOVER wrote:
jchaase wrote:
jrkmsp wrote:
MSP has an outdoor viewing area literally in the middle of the airfield, at the intersection of two runways and on the taxiway to a third. It’s really excellent.


Agreed - have lived here for 25 years and just found out about it last year. It's amazing.


I think it's only been there about 3 years

GSPSPOT wrote:
MKE has two viewing areas around its perimeter and the top level of the parking garage is decent as well.


I've been to the one on Layton Ave...where's the other one?


Last time I flew through MSP was at least 25 years ago, and there was an observation deck then, by the C and D gate intersection.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 3:08 pm

Top level of the old parking garage at DAL puts you a couple of hundreds yards east of the middle of 13R -31L and the taxiway is closer.

Flew out of BKG last week and was surprised to see an open air deck attached to the terminal -- just not a whole lot of planes to spot at BKG.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 3:30 pm

spinotter wrote:
727LOVER wrote:
jchaase wrote:

Agreed - have lived here for 25 years and just found out about it last year. It's amazing.


I think it's only been there about 3 years

GSPSPOT wrote:
MKE has two viewing areas around its perimeter and the top level of the parking garage is decent as well.


I've been to the one on Layton Ave...where's the other one?


Last time I flew through MSP was at least 25 years ago, and there was an observation deck then, by the C and D gate intersection.


Still there and a mandatory stop whenever I pass thru MSP. Can someone tell me more about the outdoor viewing park?
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 3:35 pm

CLT is my personal favorite despite not a whole lot of variation in airlines.

ALB also has a very nice area on Albany Shaker Rd right at the airport entrance.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 3:38 pm

In Germany you're having some good spots at CGN (free), DUS (small fee), FRA T2 (small fee), HAM and TXL. I wish FRA would reopen the terrace at T1 where I was as a kid/teenager.
The one at MLA is also very nice and you have a view over the entire tarmac and the runway
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Re: Airport outdoor observation areas

Thu May 16, 2019 3:45 pm

mcg wrote:
spinotter wrote:
727LOVER wrote:

I think it's only been there about 3 years



I've been to the one on Layton Ave...where's the other one?


Last time I flew through MSP was at least 25 years ago, and there was an observation deck then, by the C and D gate intersection.


Still there and a mandatory stop whenever I pass thru MSP. Can someone tell me more about the outdoor viewing park?


It’s not really accessible from the terminal. It targets the vibrant local spotting community. It’s at the end of Cargo Road, near the FedEx facility. It has picnic tables, benches and sits right at the intersection of 12R/30L and 4/22, which are the two runways widebodies are most likely to take. It’s also along the taxiway most planes take to get out to 17/35. As a previous poster mentioned it’s been there a little over three years. I’ve taken both my kids there countless times to stoke their little avgeek passion.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 3:55 pm

jchaase wrote:
jrkmsp wrote:
MSP has an outdoor viewing area literally in the middle of the airfield, at the intersection of two runways and on the taxiway to a third. It’s really excellent.


Agreed - have lived here for 25 years and just found out about it last year. It's amazing.

There is also one inside the airport, above concourse D.
Havnt been there in a couple of years so I’m not sure if it’s still there.
Great views of 12L/30R.
 
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Re: Airport outdoor observation areas

Thu May 16, 2019 3:57 pm

For a smaller airport Pensacola,FL(PNS) has a great park. The Small Tower even has Local Tower audio on.


https://www.cityofpensacola.com/2241/Av ... overy-Park
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 4:01 pm

727LOVER wrote:
jchaase wrote:
jrkmsp wrote:
MSP has an outdoor viewing area literally in the middle of the airfield, at the intersection of two runways and on the taxiway to a third. It’s really excellent.


Agreed - have lived here for 25 years and just found out about it last year. It's amazing.


I think it's only been there about 3 years

GSPSPOT wrote:
MKE has two viewing areas around its perimeter and the top level of the parking garage is decent as well.


I've been to the one on Layton Ave...where's the other one?

It’s on the west side of the airport, off 6th street near the approach end of 7R.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 4:07 pm

A few more:
DFW has the Founder's Park near the northwest corner of the airport. Not the best view, but pretty good.
MRY has an open-air deck on top of the airport (pre security), though there's not much traffic
PRG has a nice deck pre-security. If they're using their east-west runway the views of take-off and landing are pretty good. If they're using their other runway, not so much.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 4:20 pm

Now we just need all these spots to get webcams and stream live!!!!!!
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 4:21 pm

BNA has an Observation Lot.
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Thu May 16, 2019 4:29 pm

The concourse expansion plans at DEN include outdoor terrace areas on the west ends of the concourses. Whether they end up being built....who knows.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 4:47 pm

Planeboy17 wrote:
727LOVER wrote:
jchaase wrote:

Agreed - have lived here for 25 years and just found out about it last year. It's amazing.


I think it's only been there about 3 years

GSPSPOT wrote:
MKE has two viewing areas around its perimeter and the top level of the parking garage is decent as well.


I've been to the one on Layton Ave...where's the other one?

It’s on the west side of the airport, off 6th street near the approach end of 7R.


OOOOOHHHHH...I see it on google maps. When did THAT open?????
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Thu May 16, 2019 4:51 pm

Friarboy wrote:
CLT is my personal favorite despite not a whole lot of variation in airlines.


Yes, CLT has a great observation area, right next to the approach end of Runway 18C:

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You get a view like this from there:

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The Hourly Parking Deck, which opened directly in front of the main terminal a few years back is also very good. It sits between 18L and 18C, so depending on time of day, you can shoot either side. It's a paid parking deck, but the first hour is free to encourage people picking up passengers to use it rather than cruise around the airport roadways.

This is the view towards 18L when LH started using the A350 to CLT:

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Here's the view towards 18C - some of the A Concourse expansion has blocked some of the view that way, but it's still pretty good.

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RDU also has a very good observation deck facing 5L/23R, with actual bathrooms and a play area for kids. Only problem is for aircraft landing 23R, they built a building that blocks the view of the touchdown zone. They also had a GA/FBO terminal that faced the other runway with an outside deck, but it had been closed for renovations for some time, and I've heard that the airport authority (government agency) has turned over management of the facility to a private company and they no longer allow photographers out on the deck.

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This is from that deck at the GA terminal, with a sports charter pulling in.

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Thu May 16, 2019 4:53 pm

727LOVER wrote:
Planeboy17 wrote:
727LOVER wrote:

I think it's only been there about 3 years



I've been to the one on Layton Ave...where's the other one?

It’s on the west side of the airport, off 6th street near the approach end of 7R.


OOOOOHHHHH...I see it on google maps. When did THAT open?????

I think it was 2 summers ago?
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 4:55 pm

The key to MLA is quality not quantity.

For example how often would you see a Sri Lankan DC8 or an AN24 from Equatorial Guinea.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 4:58 pm

There’s also a nice area for FLL on the south side of the airport. It was built in conjunction with 10R/28L.
It will be a great spot this summer when all flights will be using that runway because of the closure of 10L/28R
beginning in June thru September.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 5:24 pm

TPA has level 9 in the short term parking deck with first hour parking free. You can walk the full perimeter of the deck for a 360 view.
A beautiful spot to enjoy the views of the entire airport area and the Tampa Bay area. Bring or go down to level 3 and buy food and drink,
A great spot too is Cypress Point Park located near the end of the runway. You'll have close up views of takeoffs and landings but little views of taxing aircraft. Its a beach park so wear your bathing suit and enjoy the water all in the same trip.
Avoid either area during thunderstorm activity however for obvious reasons.
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Thu May 16, 2019 6:05 pm

MAN has the aviation viewing park. Good views as well has static aircraft to view
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Thu May 16, 2019 6:12 pm

So far nobody has mentioned Brussels, yet this airport has some of the best spotters facilities in the world. A few years ago they opened two brand new spotters places just south of the airport. Both spotters places have elevated terraces that overlook the runways. When walking around at the spotters places you feel like you're walking in a park. There are also some playing facilities for the children.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 6:37 pm

OGG, great spot on paved bike trail, near Stable Road by the Yellow safety wall. Probably 150' to taxiway alpha where the majority of ops turn off RW 2.
Parking also at Kanaha Beach, with restrooms, and a 10 minute walk/ride to the bike trail. Good view of the Hazmat area, where
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Thu May 16, 2019 7:38 pm

The old Terminal 1 at YYZ apparantly had great viewing from the rooftop parking lot. But that was a long time ago.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 11:05 pm

jrkmsp wrote:
mcg wrote:
spinotter wrote:

Last time I flew through MSP was at least 25 years ago, and there was an observation deck then, by the C and D gate intersection.


Still there and a mandatory stop whenever I pass thru MSP. Can someone tell me more about the outdoor viewing park?


It’s not really accessible from the terminal. It targets the vibrant local spotting community. It’s at the end of Cargo Road, near the FedEx facility. It has picnic tables, benches and sits right at the intersection of 12R/30L and 4/22, which are the two runways widebodies are most likely to take. It’s also along the taxiway most planes take to get out to 17/35. As a previous poster mentioned it’s been there a little over three years. I’ve taken both my kids there countless times to stoke their little avgeek passion.


Thanks for the info, makes perfect sense.
 
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Thu May 16, 2019 11:34 pm

SYR has a nice outdoor observation area/cell phone lot right next to the southern part of the terminal that covers the main runway, military ramp, cargo area and most of the GA ramps along w/ the south part of the south concourse. Inside the aviation history exhibit has a window looking out onto the central part between the 2 concourses. They also have 3 streaming webcams that cover the passenger concourses and part of the runways that can be seen on youtube.
 
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Fri May 17, 2019 2:34 am

Las Vegas has an official area at the approach end of 26L. Plenty of other great spots depending on runways in use, too.
 
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Fri May 17, 2019 5:32 pm

Planeboy17 wrote:
727LOVER wrote:
Planeboy17 wrote:
It’s on the west side of the airport, off 6th street near the approach end of 7R.


OOOOOHHHHH...I see it on google maps. When did THAT open?????

I think it was 2 summers ago?

Well if it's only been there a few years, then I can safely say that I wasn't missing much since it wasn't there.

The "observation deck" at Terminal D at MSP is a little lacking... usually pretty toasty, but you can get a good look at 20-30 aligned DL tails when you look to the south across the C concourse.
 
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Re: Airport outdoor observation areas

Fri May 17, 2019 9:12 pm

MSO has a wonderful deck outside of Gate 3. Great view of the runway and the gates. Now MSO isn't exactly 'busy', but it's a great spot and there is sometimes some interesting traffic. Watched a KC-135 arrive once, and on another visit watched two F-18 depart. At certain times of the year Neptune Aviation's BAC-146 fire tanker are pretty active. And mid-day, particularly in the summer, see's a pretty active ramp for a few hours. You have to have a boarding pass to use the observation deck at MSO.
 
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Sat May 18, 2019 12:34 am

An observation deck is opening at AUS later this month.
 
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Fri May 24, 2019 4:13 am

SYD has "Shep's Mound", named in memory of Bruce Shepherd, a much missed member of our spotting community. It's next to the field control tower and has both parking and shelter.

There are many other locations as well, but this is the only airport designated spotting location.
 
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Fri May 24, 2019 8:49 pm

DeltaRules wrote:
AMS has an observation deck complete with its own jet.

gatibosgru wrote:
AMS' remains my favorite though.

To be honest; the observation deck at AMS is a shadow of what is used to be.
With the new Aspire and BA Lounge the terrace is now about 1/4 of what is used to be. And the part of the apron that is still visible from the terrace is IMHO the less interesting part.

Oh, and as of now it's closed. Scheduled to reopen sometime in July.

What is once used to be. Never experienced this, but it must have been amazing. :cry:
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Re: Airport outdoor observation areas

Fri May 24, 2019 10:31 pm

Iemand91 wrote:
DeltaRules wrote:
AMS has an observation deck complete with its own jet.

gatibosgru wrote:
AMS' remains my favorite though.

To be honest; the observation deck at AMS is a shadow of what is used to be.
With the new Aspire and BA Lounge the terrace is now about 1/4 of what is used to be. And the part of the apron that is still visible from the terrace is IMHO the less interesting part.

Oh, and as of now it's closed. Scheduled to reopen sometime in July.

What is once used to be. Never experienced this, but it must have been amazing. :cry:
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