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  1. Thought I'd share some spotting photos taken at the Perth Viewing Gallery. Runway in use was 03, which offered an amazing view of all inbound aircraft. Light was on and off though. However, was just amazed by the variety of traffic they have here (of course this is true as it is just my first time at the viewing gallery ) Cobham Aviation BAe146-300 (VH-NJP) The Fokkers here are like the ATRs we get back in Penang. Plentiful. Alliance Airlines Fokker 70 (VH-QQW) Skywest Fokker 100 (VH-FNY) A familiar colour. Indonesia AirAsia A320-216 (PK-AXX) Skippers DHC-8-314 (VH-XFV) Private BD-700 (VH-IQR) Regional Express Saab 340B (VH-ZLC) Skippers Fairchild Metroliner (VH-WAJ) Qantas Link Fokker 100 (VH-NHG) Another good thing about the location is that you get large aircraft taxiing right in front of you. Qantas A330-202 (VH-EBA) Qantas A332s Qantas B787-9 (VH-ZNG) Can now check this off my list. The Classic 717. Qantas Link B717-231 (VH-NXN) This special decided to pay a visit too. South African Airlines A340-313 (ZS-SXD) Maroomba B1900D (VH-NYA) Cobham Aviation E190 (VH-ZPT) Qantas Link Fokker 100 (VH-NHI) .... oh HI there Singapore Airlines A350-941 (9V-SHH) And now, familiar colours Malindo B737-9GPER (9M-LNK) Malaysia Airlines B737-8H6 (9M-MXE) Qantas A330-202 (VH-EBF) Singapore Airlines A330-343 (9V-STU) Would love to add more catches, but no thanks to Flickr's policy of limiting to 1k pics. Gotta start recycling some slots. Thanks for viewing. SSLee
  2. Dennis, I remember spotting them on a Saturday, so you just might be in luck. Nice catch of the Dreamliner. Still waiting for my chance. Back for another session after some time. Some new catches. This was the main catch of the day. The P2F A333 (Ex MH Bird). Look at how clean she is. The full length of the 330, without any chin blisters. Air Hong Kong A330-322P2F (EI-HEA) The freighter taxied fast enough to be in the same frame as the Korean 77F. Rotation of the 77F. Korean Air Cargo B777-FB5 (HL8285) It was back to back arrivals after this. Now to a few of the usual traffic. SilkAir's 738. SilkAir B737-8SA (9V-MGM) Easy way to rebrand. Stickers. Scoot A320-232 (9V-TRK) This next one was a real surprise. Seeing it on FR24 somewhere off Phuket, descending, meaning that there was a high chance it was headed to Penang. Coming all the way from Baku. She used the entire runway length. Silk Way West Airlines B747-4R7 (4K-SW008) FedEx B767-3S2F(ER) (N112FE) Here's the younger sibling giving way to the Queen. Ending this post with these two. Indonesia AirAsia A320-216 (PK-AXT) Here's to more fruitful sessions. SSLee
  3. Thanks for sharing. Looks great !
  4. Nice shots Dennis. If you are lucky, you can get a few of those DA-42s in a row. Seen a "fleet" of 4 of them from HM Aerospace making a stop here before heading back to Langkawi. PEN is one of their destinations for cadets to gain hours. Qatar's Dreamliner will be arriving at about 230 pm on Tuesday for their inaugral. (although probably not officially the first time as they did divert to PEN from KL some time back due to weather)
  5. Was wondering carrier that was on my flight to Subang last week. This one parked near ATC?
  6. Happy New Year everyone!!! Here's the 2018 entry. First arrival was FedEx's 767 from Singapore. FedEx B767-3S2F(ER) (N110FE) by SS Lee, on Flickr It then got a bit quieter towards the 10am side, so decided to head to the departures to get this triple 7. Korean Air Cargo B777-FB5 (HL8044) by SS Lee, on Flickr Aaaannnndd back again since the 350 was already on its way from KL. Indonesia AirAsia A320-216 (PK-AZE) by SS Lee, on Flickr Firefly ATR72-500 (9M-FYE) by SS Lee, on Flickr Thankful that Sriwijaya came shortly before MH as it did become a good test subject. Sriwijaya Air B737-86N (PK-CMT) by SS Lee, on Flickr The 350 finally came, after about an hour of delay. Malaysia Airlines A350-941 (9M-MAC) by SS Lee, on Flickr Malaysia Airlines A350-941 (9M-MAC) by SS Lee, on Flickr Malaysia Airlines A350-941 (9M-MAC) by SS Lee, on Flickr SSLee
  7. Just enough golden rays to make it gorgeous. Lovely shot.
  8. Thanks Dennis for the kind words. Trying all different angles for shots. 2018 is going to be awesome Qatar is coming in February.
  9. Hey Dennis, very nice catch of MAC. Here are some of my catches over a few days. Had to do one flying overhead. Used a 10mm lens on a crop body. Malaysia Airlines A350-941 (9M-MAB) by SS Lee, on Flickr Here are a few prior to the arrival of MAC on that day. Starting off with UPS with their 757. UPS B757-24A(PF) (N462UP) by SS Lee, on Flickr Followed by FedEx's 767 FedEx B767-3S2F(ER) (N110FE) by SS Lee, on Flickr And just before packing up, here's the A400. RMAF A400M-180 (M54-xx) by SS Lee, on Flickr RMAF A400M by SS Lee, on Flickr And to finish this post, here's MAC (finally). Malaysia Airlines A350-941 (9M-MAC) by SS Lee, on Flickr SSLee
  10. Thanks for the heads up Flee. Went over but the flight was rather delayed. Missed the arrival. Did get some other traffic though. Will post them up soon.
  11. Could be due to the delay departure on the KUL-PEN leg. Delayed almost 2 hours. Not too sure as to what was happening in the KL side though.
  12. Nice one Dennis. It is a good thing that they are now doing works on TW A. Can get rotation shots at this point. Though judging by the distance it used, I'd say it was a rather light load.
  13. With the 350 popping in KL, KK as well as in Kuching, I guess it is time for Penang to be in the light as well. Approach Shot Malaysia Airlines A350-941 (9M-MAB) Malaysia Airlines A350-941 (9M-MAB) Malaysia Airlines A350-941 (9M-MAB) Very quiet for engines that large. SSLee
  14. Looks like they didn't use this bird for a long time. Only see NEF operating out of Penang.
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