A rare surprise awaited for me as an Air France Boeing B777-300ER appeared from nowhere and it is in a Skyteam Alliance livery. If you look closely at the engines, you can see how wonderful those two General Electric GE90-115B1 engines look. She is registered as F-GNZE and has made a long journey from Paris, France
This is my first night time shot of my first Singapore Airlines SG50 Airbus A380-841. She is seen on pushback to prepare for another flight. However, she is registered as 9V-SKI as she is missing her SG50 stickers on the side of the cowling. She was also seen at yet another location, Bedok Jetty. And when she flew past, I wanted another shot of her and I had a few better encounters, but the plane was too far away.
From the viewing mall at Singapore Changi International Airport Terminal 3, I was able to catch this Boeing B747-400F landing and clearly see the thrust reversers being deployed. However, what was even more surprising was the rear of the aircraft as it taxies past Terminal 3…
The aircraft has a dirty rear. And I was wondering if the aircraft will soon get a shower after this flight…
Aircraft registration is 9V-SFO
After SQ237 has landed in Melbourne, I waited for the passengers to disembark the Boeing B777-300 and as I got to one of the windows, I could see the Rolls Royce Trent 800 engine and the aircraft’s right wing.
There is another photo of the same aircraft photographed at Singapore Changi Airport, with its left engine.
This is the photograph with the left wing of the aircraft. You can see those engine fanblades, looking so accurate and wonderful!
Aircraft registration is 9V-SYL