In October 2013, I attended the AOPA annual convention in Fort Worth, Texas. For some crazy reason, I ended up at Dallas Love Field four hours before my actual flight departure. That gave me plenty of time to wander and take photos like the #avgeek that I am. I took this one in front of the Cool River Cafe.
In April 2007, I was at my hometown airport, Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall, for the grand opening of Vino Volo (one of my personal favorites). The restaurant’s bar faced the window with a great view of the tarmac. As I sat during the interview, this “Casper” Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 was parking at a gate. Enjoy!
In October, I went to Dallas Love Field to cover Southwest Airlines’ celebration on the end of the Wright Amendment. As always, I take time to wander around the airport and take photos. Across from the center of the airport’s food court is a restaurant called Sky Canyon, which has great views of the tarmac. I took this shot as a Southwest Boeing 737 was taxiing to a gate. Enjoy!
Back in July 2008, I was in Chicago attending an airports conference. Regular readers know that when I travel, I build in time at airports so I can take pictures of airplanes and other aviation-related things. Below is a shot I took of two Southwest Airlines Boeing 737s parked at a Chicago Midway Airport gate, including the jet painted in the state of Maryland livery. Enjoy!