Monday 24 October 2016

Penang Planespotting #008 - 31 August 2016 - Part 1

Afternoon is the time where one doesn't usually go spotting due to the scorching heat. But sometimes, there is just this little itch to go spotting. Afternoon sessions usually see aircraft using Runway 22 for operations. All narrowbodies this round.

AirAsia A320-214 (9M-AFE) - ASEAN Basketball League livery

SilkAir A319-133 (9V-SBG)

Malaysia Airlines B737-8H6 (9M-MXK)

AirAsia A320-216 (9M-AJS)

Malindo B737-8GP (9M-LNS)

Sometimes, you might be lucky enough to get one rotating in full view.

AirAsia A320-216 (9M-AQI) - AirAsia Foundation livery

Malindo Air ATR72-600 (9M-LMS)

Part 2 to include more narrowbodies.

Tuesday 4 October 2016

Penang Planespotting #007 - 06 August 2016 - Part 3

After the NEO commercial break, here's part 007 once again. Mostly short-haul aircraft here, ATRs, 737s and 320s before ending with a splash.

Malindo ATR72-600 (9M-LMG)

Malindo just lining up as FedEx crosses the runway

Malaysia Airlines B737-8H6 (9M-MXH)

Tigerair A320-232 (9V-TAS)

AirAsia A320-216 (9M-AHG) - Ninetology

Sriwijaya Air B737-8Q8 (PK-CMI)

I've always liked seeing Jetstar aircraft, with matte finishing with grey colours, somewhat resembling a military aircraft.

Jetstar A320-232 (9V-JSQ)

Reminding me of Rossiya's livery

Aaannnndddd it stared to rain after this. Might as wel use this opportunity to get the next shot. Dragonair A330-342 (B-LAA).

Drying the runway

A great final shot indeed. 2 months worth of spotting photos are still ready and waiting.

Stay tuned.


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