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Note: Overlooking RWY 06 movements (T/O and landing). Good for miday and afternoon shots. Located next to LUX staff parking (park outside, on the grass). No need for a ladder for landing shots but a small 2-3 step ladder will be helpfull for TWY...
Note: Woronzof park (1°11'39"N 150°00'57"W) is a great location to spot all movement on runway 30/15, light in summer is useful from about 2 pm until sunset.Labber is optional as you can move to a higher hill along the runway for a better...
Note: This is the rather wonderful lower deck of the "Coffee to Fly" cafe which gives terrific views of Runway15/33, and an even closer view of the taxiway, where a 28-55mm lens is more than adequate, and still a real push for a B-777. On the...
Note: The spot is good for all aircrafts arriving Runway 18R(PEK/ZBAA) in the afternoon hours, we called it "Tie Jiang Ying". Google Maps Coordinates: 40.10062(N),116.57529(E). B787 of Hainan Airlines on the background.
Note: The spot is good for all aircrafts arriving Runway 01(PEK/ZBAA) in the afternoon hours, we called it "Ting Che Chang". Google Maps Coordinates: 40.05224(N), 116.62050(E). A380-861 of Emirates on the background.
Note: The spot is good for all aircrafts arriving Runway 36R(PEK/ZBAA) in the afternoon hours, we called it 'Ba Gua Tai'(Chinese Classical Tai Chi Eight Diagrams) . Google Maps Coordinates: 40.04987(N),116.60502(E). Terminal 3 on the...
Note: They created a really nice mound for spotting at Zurich. Good for photography from the afternoon until sunset with runway 34/16 in use and almost all day with runway 28/10 in use. Google: 47°27'09.2"N 8°32'52.4"E.
Note: One of the spotting location in CGK (RWY 25R/07L), it is called "Pohon" or in English "Tree". You can see the Terminal 2F building and the ATC clearly from here
Here is the coordinate of the location, 6°06'46.8"S 106°39'08.7"E
Note: Maps coordinates N 58.88899 E 5.632354.Near the tower You can find wooden platform.Good for take pictures from midday to sunset.Can see all traffic rwy 18/36 and GA apron.A lot off space for car.
Note: The spot is good for all aircrafts arriving Runway 36L(PEK/ZBAA) in the afternoon hours, we called it "Yang Er Ying" . Google Maps Coordinates: 40.08723(N),116.57619(E). A332(16th Asian Games) of China Southern Airlines on the background.
Note: Maps coordinates N 50.3206/E 21.4516.Easy to find on the back of Husqvarna factory.After easy park your car, just walking about hundred meters along the fence.Then in the corner find some lens holes .Here seen some test flight of Sikorsky...
Note: Located at the corner of the Beechavenue and Aalsmeerderweg ( 52°16'59.2"N 4°44'22.7"E) is good for aircraft arriving on runway 06. Touchdown shots are also possible from sunrise to late noon (14:00-15:00 in the summer). No facilities on...
Note: This is perhaps the best spot that the London Stansted Airport has to offer. It's near the Belmer Road (north west of the airport) behind a few trees. It's a very good spot for both runway directions.
In a few places this spot is elevated...
Note: Superb spot for 23L departures. Exellent light behind your back from the morning till around 14 during the winter. Also shots of 23R departures after 10:30 possible from here.
Note: [ Coordinates: 39°10'11.464"N 23°30'1.044"E ] The famous Skiathos spotting location just behind the runway. Good light conditions all day long (except when the sun is in line with runway). A small snack bar provides you with everything...
Note: The official spotting location at San Antonio Int. Airport on the roof of the Long term parking lot, gives nice view on taxing of the planes heading
for take off. Coordinates 29°31'33"N 98°28'23"W
Note: A new spotting location for me. If heading from the airport, head south on Tapley's Hill Road past Harbour Town shopping centre and under the flightpath, turn left onto Warren Road then take a sharp left along a dirt road for about 100m...