It is an airplane takeoff and landing viewed from the third parking lot, which is known as a passenger aircraft viewing spot at Akita Airport in Akita City, Akita Prefecture Japan.
It is known as an outdoor viewing spot where you can see the arrival and departure of passenger aircraft from the side.When the runway is operating at RWY 28, you can see the plane taxiing the taxiway towards the passenger terminal.
In 2011, Japan Airlines operated McDonnell Douglas MD90-30 mainly on regional routes.
At present, all MD90 aircraft have been retired from domestic airlines, so they will not be seen unless overseas airlines fly.
This aircraft is a smart aircraft with a rear mounted engine and T-tail.
The MD90, which is a further extension of the MD-81 developed as an extended fuselage of the DC-9, is equipped with the International Aero Engines V2500 turbofan engine.
The Dash 8 is a turboprop airliner that Bombardier Aerospace has improved and produced based on the DHC-8 developed by De Havilland Canada of Canada.Production has been carried out since 1996 as a Q series with the initial of Quiet meaning quiet.
This aircraft has been operating since 2003 in place of YS-11 mainly on regional routes.
At Akita Airport, both the passenger terminal and the third parking lot, you can watch the plane landing from the side.
On the day of the shoot, we were able to see the Air Self Defense Force’s Raytheon U-125A taking off.
You can clearly see the aircraft taking off from the runway, but only if the runway is operated by RWY28.
This shooting spot has a very good view.
When a passenger plane is traveling on a taxiway, you can see from a very close position, so you can feel the size of the aircraft and the power of the sound.
It’s an airport where you can not only take photos but also take videos, so I think it’s an airplane shooting spot that even beginners can easily enjoy.
Picture taken at: Akita Airport, Akita City, Akita Prefecture Japan
Date: June 12, 2011