Air China’s special “Smiling China” livery landing and departing runway 24R, Montreal.
Ryanair’s first landing at the Rzeszów-Jasionka International Airport, Poland. Video credit to “dude8472productions” on Youtube.
The wings of this A340 can be seen shaking as the pilots fight to maintain control of the aircraft just before touchdown.
The KLM 747 is the most iconic aircraft to fly into St. Maarten, attracting a crowd of hundreds of people onto Maho Beach just to see it land or takeoff. This video is just as the title suggests – I stood behind this massive aircraft as it spooled to full thrust, which was quite the…
You just can’t beat a classic like the 727! Here’s one belonging to Cargojet, lifting off into the sunset sky.
Insel Air is quite famous to the crowds on Maho Beach due to the loud and powerful MD-80 engines, coupled with pilots who know how to have fun!
Performing a late touchdown just after sunset, this 747-400 looks amazing!
The Bombardier C-Series CS-100 performing a touch and go at the Ottawa Airport, as part of a test flight. The aircraft did a right turn and returned to Montreal Mirabel shortly afterwards. Bombardier’s C-Series is one amazing aircraft!
The Pilots of this PAWA Dominicana MD-80 having a blast before spooling up to full thrust, leaving the island of St. Maarten.
Swiss International Airlines flying a Boeing 777-300 had to overshoot runway 24R in Montreal due to an aircraft on the runway. Video credit to “CYUL Plane Spotter” on Youtube.
This is the first ever visit of a 767-400 at the Ottawa International Airport. Here it is landing runway 25, serving as a military charter.
More than 6 minutes of plane spotting from one of the world’s most famous airports: Princess Juliana International, on the island of St. Maarten. Known for very low landing approaches above a crowded Maho Beach, as well as jetblast from heavy jets, SXM never disappoints.