After the U.N. meetings in New York, Premier Li Keqiang made his way to Ottawa where he was to meet with Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada. His VIP transport? An Air China 747-400.
Two Air France 777s battle 26 knots winds on approach and landing at Montreal International.
The green-turquoise waters, sandy beaches and small mountains are certainly a sight to behold – or film – while leaving the island of St. Maarten/Saint Martin.
A throwback to when Air France still flew the 747! Here it is landing runway 33L in Toronto on a windy day.
Seeing, or rather hearing these engines in person is quite the surprise. You expect a lot of noise from such a large aircraft, but in reality it’s very quiet! Here’s a Speedbird Dreamliner landing runway 24R in Montreal.
One of Air France’s daily fights to Montreal is seen departing off runway 24R near sunset.
Nice sunny weather for this landing in Shanghai! Flying aboard one of KLM’s Boeing 747-400.
Qatar Airways is seen arriving on Montreal’s runway 24R after a long flight from Doha.
This Boeing 777-300 was built in 2016 and delivered to Swiss International Airlines on June 21st.
The ever amazing spool-up from the GE-90 engine, present during this Air Canada 777 takeoff from Montreal.
United Airlines sent Ottawa as 767-400 to serve as a military charter. This marks the first ever visit of a 767-400 at the Ottawa Airport.
Always a “jet-BLAST” to stand behind these engines!