I took these photos back in 2007 on yet another trip to Los Angeles. Los Angeles was almost like my second home for about 10 years, and this was before I started to do photography as a hobby, oh the photos I could have got. Kicking myself now.
Anyway here are a few I took anyway, and never to been seen again scenes.
The first photo shows a good old Air New Zealand B747-400 parked at terminal 2 along with an old
Aviacsa Airlines B737-200, XA-TVN. Of course Air New Zealand no longer fly's the B747 to LAX and I,m pretty sure that XA-TVN is no longer in service.
|Air New Zealand B747-400 Tail|
Aviacsa Airlines B737-200 XA-TVN
An now over that the old Tom Bradley Terminal, which is of course the main International Terminal at LAX for a large number of carriers. The good old B747-400 was the most common aircraft parked at Tom Bradley back in those days as most airlines flying long haul out of LAX used the
-400 and of course it was before the A380 era. I am looking forward to have a closer look at the new Tom Bradley Terminal that has been built.
So a few shots from the old Tom Bradley Terminal.
|Look at the south pier gates |
Tom Bradley Terminal
|Good old B747-400's|
|Check-In - Tom Bradley Terminal|