So here we have it. Most of this post is directed at the KC-30 (seeing they don't come that often, they should get a wee bit more attention).
Seeing the mobile stairs moving away from the front door as well as the cones being removed by the ground personnel meant that it was moving soon. After all the doors closed, it was ready.
Royal Australian Air Force A330-203MRTT (A39-001)
Pushback was initiated and the profile of this MRTT slowly revieled itself. With an additional refuelling boom at the tail as well as wing mounted pods, this one's definitely an eye-catcher.
FedEx B767-3S2F(ER) (N107FE)
While waiting for checks on the KC-30 to be completed, this FedEx came. They send a mix of MD-11s and 767s up.
B vs A?
Approaching the cargo ramp
And here comes the barrage of shots of the MRTT.
Time to fly
A closeup of the tail
Holding before Runway 04
Rolling down the runway
Truth be told, after getting the KC-30, the feeling was just..... awesome. Enough for me to call it a day. Well maybe not quite yet cause whenever I look into the distance and see landing lights, I shall wait. This one's ex-Firefly.
Malaysia Airlines B737-85F (9M-FFD)
And I waited again for Firefly.
Firefly ATR72-500 (9M-FYG) - Promoting Panasonic's Sky Series Air Conditioners
And with that, the session was over. It is really great to go spotting without expectations, and to be rewarded by visitors or special ones. Sometimes not knowing the schedule is exciting.