99 years after the Boeing company was founded, I have come up with a unique BOEING Aviation Calendar 2016 in order to celebrate 100 years of Boeing next year! After designing a MD-11 calendar for the third time in a row, I felt that … Continue reading
Tag Archives | 787
Blog posts that deal with the Boeing 787 in general.
Getting ready for Dubai Airshow 2013
I am not really a fan of airshows – too crowded, hot summer days and you often can’t get close enough to aircraft or the light is bad. That is why I am really excited to go to Dubai Airshow … Continue reading →
Another Dreamliner on fire…!
If you switch on the news right now, you can see a Dreamliner standing at a remote gate at London Heathrow, covered in foam and surrounded by firefighters! It is ET-AOP of Ethiopian Airlines carrying the name “Queen of Sheba”. … Continue reading →
New planespotting gallery online – Tokyo Haneda
I have finally uploaded a couple of photos of a trip to Tokyo Haneda last year! Being able to compare it with the city’s Narita Airport I can say that Haneda is much more spotter friendly and offers better views. … Continue reading →
New photo gallery online -> Frankfurt
Despite being really busy at the moment with work and private stuff, I do not forget about making this website better! I spent the last night in Russia in between two flights with photo-editing and will soon show off some … Continue reading →
New ET Dreamliner photos
I have added a few more photos of the Ethiopian Airlines Dreamliner maiden flight to Frankfurt. This is a view from behind after touch-down on runway 07R: (more…)
ET Dreamliner – first photos online!
Puuh… It took some time, but here the are: The first couple of photos of the maiden flight event of Ethiopian Airlines’ Boeing 787 in Frankfurt! I was blessed to be very close to the aircraft the whole time and … Continue reading →
Dreamliner photos all day
It was the first time an African Dreamliner touched-down in Germany! Ethiopian Airlines had sent their Boeing 787 to Germany and I was fortunate enough to be part of the group of photographers that covered the event from the beginning … Continue reading →