Here are three more aircraft from last weekend. Nothing too different, just 2 Boeings and 1 Airbus.
First up is the Jetconnect [Qantas]-operated Boeing 737-838, ZK-ZQG. Jetconnect of course is the Qantas subsidiary which operates most of their trans-Tasman services.
In the background is the new parking building being put up by the airport company. Could be a good photography site, although I don't know whether the airport company will object. probably not - other airports don't seem to mind :-)
|Boeing 737-838, ZK-ZQG, operated by Jetconnect [Qantas]|
Next up is a Virgin Australia-operated Boeing 737-8FE, VH-YIS.
|Boeing 737-8FE, VH-YIS, operated by Virgin Australia|
Last up is the Air New Zealand-operated Airbus A320-232, ZK-OAB. This is now one of Air NZ's older A320's, having been on the register since 28 January 2011 and one of their most recognisable aircraft, since it's in the All Blacks livery. Speaking of All Blacks, pity about the game last Saturday, but I guess there'll be a lot of very happy British and Irish Lions fans still celebrating almost a week later! :_)
|Airbus A320-232, ZK-OAB, operated by Air NZ|