Planespotting Photos: Newark Liberty International Airport

Earlier this week, I got a chance to go planespotting at Newark (well technically I stood atop my car in an IKEA parking lot across the street from Newark’s runway) and I’d like to share some of the fruits of my trip.

While I am nowhere near the level of photographer that Devesh or Vedant is, here are the cream of my photos. You can click on the photos to view a larger version.

United Airlines Boeing 737-500 (N32626)- Ex Continental Airlines bird that has been repainted.

Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 taking off over the Newark skyline.

The same Southwest Boeing 737-700 (N7669W) taxiing

United Airlines Boeing 777-224ER (N77012) gliding in to land with the control tower in the background.

The same United Airlines Boeing 777 in flight.

United Airlines Boeing 757-224 (N12125)taking off over the Newark skyline.

JetBlue Airbus A320-200 in flight (N503JB)

Porter Airlines Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 (C-GLQB)

United Airlines Boeing 757-224 (N19130)

A rarity. ex-Continental Airlines 737-824 which has not yet been repainted into United Airlines colors (N76504).

Southwest 737-700 landing with Newark skyline in the background.

Readers, please do share your thoughts on my photos. Feedback is very much appreciated.

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