Thursday 22 September 2016

Penang Planespotting #007 - 06 August 2016 - Part 2

Second part for this session, starting off with the daily flight to Guangzhou, before FedEx crosses the runway.

China Southern Airlines A320-214 (B-6289)

FedEx MD-11F (N606FE)

Then up to the skies again for MH's 737, followed by another 737 from our neighbour.

MH 737 in flight

SilkAir B737-8SA (9V-MGA)

My first thoughts was that the MASWings aircraft was on ferry or something to along that line. However, like all ATR flights, after about 40 minutes, it departed with passengers inside. Firefly indeed.

MASWings ATR72-600 (9M-MYD)

Now this next one was one that I have been trying to get for many months. I would see it around when I do not have a camera with me but never when I had, until this time. Throughout the duration, part of me was wondering if they were going to repaint it. Here it is, the albino AirAsia.

AirAsia A320-216 (9M-AFO)

It would look just like a private jet, if not for the flag and the plethora of windows. So glad it came.

MYD ready for takeoff

While -AFO was taxiing back along taxiway Alpha, -MYD was ready for takeoff. -AFO came within sights shortly after.

All-white scheme

Then, we had the Worldliner, an aircraft that was able to fly a whopping distance of 17,000 km. That is REALLY long (it did make a 21,000 km flight, though with little load). This was the cargo version of it. 3 pics of it.

Korean Air Cargo B777-FB5 (HL8005)

Followed by the smaller sibling.

FedEx B767-3S2F(ER) (N107FE)

More updates in the next part, with a spectacular finish.

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