My son and I went up to Dallas Fort Worth Int'l Airport (DFW) on Saturday to do some plane spotting. The weather was fabulous, and we bagged a few new aircraft for our life list (it's a lot like bird watching). Since DFW is an American Airlines hub, you see lots of AA liveries, both new and old. But there are always a few surprises along the way. In the lead image, a British Airways 747-400 (G-BYGB) arrives from London Heathrow.
Another flight from London, this one an American Airlines 777-223 (N777AN).
An American 777-200 (N762AN) touches down after a flight from Narita, Japan.
One of the newest additions to the American Airlines fleet, this Boeing 787-8 arrived after a training flight over Midland, TX. The color is a little wonky in this image (see my post about the issues I'm having with RAW images). The new grey livery really doesn't photograph as well as the classic polished aluminum livery. See the 737 farther down the post.
A Qantas Airbus 380 (VH-AQJ) arrives from Sydney, Australia. This was one for our life list. We also spotted an Emirates A380 depart, but the light earlier in the day made for an unacceptable photograph.
Boeing 737-800 (N908NN). If you look closely, you can see the pilot.
Spirit Airlines Airbus 319 (N530NK). This was a new livery for us.
American Airlines Boeing 737-400 (N846NN).
Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-790 (N611AS) arrives from Portland, Oregon.
All photos taken with Canon 50D, Tamron 70-200 f/2.8