blandy62 wrote:The japanese airport in general have great open space. Hkg used to have one but I am not sure if it is still there.
N174UA wrote:blandy62 wrote:The japanese airport in general have great open space. Hkg used to have one but I am not sure if it is still there.
I came across the one at NRT by Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 last October...it was great! Huge area, and access to restaurants, etc. and you can bring food and drink out there. Plenty of seating and great, wide open views of 34L/16R.
Not sure if HND or KIX have observation decks or not?
sbworcs wrote:MAN has the aviation viewing park. Good views as well has static aircraft to view
bluefrog wrote:sbworcs wrote:MAN has the aviation viewing park. Good views as well has static aircraft to view
is that still open between pier 1 and 2 as we called them ?remember as a kid (70's ) between pier 1 and 2 able to walk down both piers ,pier 1 domestic flights 2 for international flights then they built pier 3 with the walk ways mostly for 747,DC10 tristars at the time happy memories ,sorry guys i'm not an aviation geek as much as most who will think me stupid calling a 747 only and not a 747_200/300 etc the 747_sp i'd call by it's name as i thought it looked odd beside a normal "queen of the skies"
AAlaxfan wrote:No one has mentioned the park across from the In-N-Out, Imperial Hill and the patio at the Proud Bird Restaurant by LAX.
FlyRow wrote:AAlaxfan wrote:No one has mentioned the park across from the In-N-Out, Imperial Hill and the patio at the Proud Bird Restaurant by LAX.
Not really at the airport. it's a good spotter place, but not really the official "airport" observation area if I understand?
Otherwise a Macdonalds near the schiphol Noord bus terminal counts as well.
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.
thesaladdays wrote: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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