Saturday, November 29, 2014

Boeing and Airbus

Today's pictures are of a rapidly disappearing type, the Boeing 737-319, ZK-NGI. It won't be long until all of Air New Zealand's B737's are sold off or scrapped. Following that is a Jetstar operated Airbus A320-232, VH-VGA.

Apart from this, it was a bit windy today, so a little quiet on the GA-front with just a few flights, Tomorrow's weather is not great, so probably not so many aircraft photos tomorrow either. Having said that, all going well, I do hope to have something interesting to show you tomorrow. :-)



4 comments:

Scott said...

Ooooh something interesting you say??? I wonder what??? ;-)

Rodney said...

I am voting for big, noisy and wet... :-)

minicooper said...

Hmmmm, shall have to return later! Rodney, do you post your pictures anywhere else on the net?

Emma whatson said...

The only issue is the number of seats. A typical Boeing aircraft 737 commercial , an Airbus A320, or an A330, has a seating capacity at an average of 190 seats at best. Surely, an addition of a few more seats might do, just to cover for additional demand for spare capacity