Thursday, September 06, 2012

More from Shanghai Pudong - this time the Airbuses

Here are some more pictures from Shanghai Pudong airport in China. This time I've got some of the Airbus equipment I spotted.

Interestingly, I don't recall ever seeing any Chinese/ Russian aircraft being operated there. It was all Airbus or Boeing equipment... of course, I was only there for about 3 hours, and in a single terminal.

Anyway, here are the pictures. Top to bottom are:

Airbus A321-231, HL7723, registered to Asiana Airlines
Airbus A320-214, B-6298, registered to Juneyao Airlines
Airbus A330-323X, N802NW, registered to Delta Airlines
Airbus A340-313X, HB-JMC, registered to Swiss International Air Lines
Airbus A320-214, B-6820, registered to Spring Airlines
Airbus A340-313E, OH-LQE, registered to Finnair

1 comment:

Andrew M said...

Hi Rodney

Thanks for the photos and account of your trip. Regarding your comment about not seeing Russian or Chinese aircraft, even when I lived in China from 2002 to 2005 the only 'eastern bloc' aircraft I saw were a few Antonov freight planes operated by the postal services. I flew a lot, and always in US or European aircraft.