Photo by Anton Lorenzo, used with permission
If you didn’t, head on over to Anton Lorenzo’s flickr to see the A380 as it lands on NAIA. Or head on over to Yahoo and see the NAIA staff having their pictures taken with the A380 in the background Even more photos at the Pinoy Photography Forum and at the Digital Photographer forum.
G’day! I’ve been a bit busy settling this past few days in Melbourne. I know, I know, I’ve been here before so I should know how things work. But I actually haven’t really gone out yet, except for that trip to the market and to the Collingwood Children’s Farm (Wooly sheep! Cows with spots!). My accountant brother-in-law has until October 26 to file their family’s GST and both my sister and I are helping him organize 3 years worth of files.
Anywhoo, until my next post (the Gorillapod review), I’ll share with you a couple of messages I got in my inbox today.
Local aircraft enthusiasts will have a closer look at the super jumbo jet which is scheduled to arrive at 2:45 p.m. and land at the NAIA’s longest runway, the 3,700-meter long 06/24 runway. The giant aircraft, which requires only 1,500 meters of landing space, will line up for its final approach in the vicinity of Antipolo flying toward the South Luzon Expressway. The aircraft can be clearly seen at The Fort in Taguig City but can be best viewed at the east-west service roads of the South Luzon Expressway near the gates of Villamor Airbase and Merville Subdivision.