I'm sure I'll get over it eventually...
On the day that the world was going to end, I noticed that American Airlines decided to keep flying their 737s:And Virgin Air decided they'd keep flying their Airbuses:
My favorite subjects are 747s. They take long, slow approaches to land, as this British Airways 747-400 was doing a week or so ago:
On another day I saw this Korean Airlines cargo 747 taking off and heading out across the Pacific:
While on the BPA Trail one day I happened to see this plane belonging to some mysterious airline that has its own airport:
They paint their aircraft a dull gray. I guess some folks just aren't into ostentatious displays.
As always, click on the pictures to see them full size. Have a good Sunday.
Afterword: For those wondering, that last aircraft is an Air Force C-17 landing at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (formerly McChord Air Force Base).
UPDATE: Oops. It's tough to tell those Boeing aircraft apart sometimes. That first airplane is a 737 (note the exposed main wheels, a distinctive spotting feature). I had originally assumed it was a 777, since that aircraft has roughly the same proportions.