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BOEING 777-300ER (B-16703) - Climbing away from runway 24L, we pass over the very western end of KLAX and spot a nice variety of aircraft and airlines.  In the center foreground is EVAs Hello Kitty Sanrio Family special livery B77W (B-16703).  Straight up from it is an El Al (ELY) B772 (4X-ECE) and beyond that is a LAN Chile (LATAM Chile) B763 (CC-CWY).  Also of interest are a pair of Virgin Australia B77Ws (VH-VPE and VH-VPH) in the upper right center of the shot and in the lower right, I only managed to get the tail portion of an Air Tahiti Nui (THT) A343 (F-OJGF) in this snap.
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BOEING 777-300ER (B-16703)

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Climbing away from runway 24L, we pass over the very western end of KLAX and spot a nice variety of aircraft and airlines. In the center foreground is EVA's "Hello Kitty Sanrio Family" special livery B77W (B-16703). Straight up from it is an El Al (ELY) B772 (4X-ECE) and beyond that is a LAN Chile (LATAM Chile) B763 (CC-CWY). Also of interest are a pair of Virgin Australia B77Ws (VH-VPE and VH-VPH) in the upper right center of the shot and in the lower right, I only managed to get the tail portion of an Air Tahiti Nui (THT) A343 (F-OJGF) in this snap.

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Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
It was a thrill to capture such a variety of airlines (EVA Air, El Al, LAN/LATAM Chile, Southwest, Volaris, Alaska, Virgin Australia, Hong Kong, and Air Tahiti Nui) in one click. The fact that the EVA was a special paint made it even better.
Greg Byington
Nice job, Gary!
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Cade & Greg ... Many Thanx for the complis. Cade >> There were some clouds (they can be seen reflected on the engine housing) but they were thin and scattered until we got farther inland so the shots as we took off were indeed quite clear.
Tom Vance
I haven't been to LAX since 2004. I didn't know they built a QANTAS building there? Great Calendar shot Gman!
A F
NIce Job!
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
02-Oct-2022 B77WLos Angeles Intl ()Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l () 01:20AM PDT 05:30AM CST (+1) 13:09
01-Oct-2022 B77WTaiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Los Angeles Intl () 11:59PM CST 08:45PM PDT 11:46
01-Oct-2022 UnknownNoi Bai Int'l ()Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l () 06:39PM +07 10:00PM CST 2:20
01-Oct-2022 UnknownTaiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Noi Bai Int'l () 02:45PM CST 04:17PM +07 (?) 2:32
30-Sep-2022 B77WLos Angeles Intl ()Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l () 01:20AM PDT 05:30AM CST (+1) 13:09
30-Sep-2022 B77WTaiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Los Angeles Intl () 12:27AM CST 09:01PM PDT (-1) 11:33
29-Sep-2022 UnknownSuvarnabhumi Bangkok Int'l ()Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l () 02:22PM +07 06:35PM CST 3:12
29-Sep-2022 UnknownTaiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Int'l () 10:26AM CST 12:30PM +07 3:03
28-Sep-2022 UnknownShanghai Pudong Int'l ()Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l () 03:07PM CST 04:33PM CST 1:25
28-Sep-2022 UnknownTaiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Near Shanghai 10:04AM CST Last seen 11:22AM CST 1:18
27-Sep-2022 B77WLos Angeles Intl ()Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l () 01:31AM PDT 06:18AM CST (+1) 13:47
27-Sep-2022 B77WTaiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Los Angeles Intl () 12:23AM CST 08:39PM PDT (-1) 11:16
25-Sep-2022 B77WToronto Pearson Int'l ()Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l () 01:36AM EDT 05:00AM CST (+1) 15:24
24-Sep-2022 B77WTaiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Toronto Pearson Int'l () 07:55PM CST 09:16PM EDT 13:20
23-Sep-2022 B77WLos Angeles Intl ()Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l () 01:14AM PDT 05:00AM CST (+1) 12:46
23-Sep-2022 B77WTaiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Los Angeles Intl () 12:09AM CST 08:42PM PDT (-1) 11:32
22-Sep-2022 UnknownSuvarnabhumi Bangkok Int'l ()Taiwan Taoyuan Int'l () 12:33PM +07 04:44PM CST 3:11
22-Sep-2022 UnknownTaiwan Taoyuan Int'l ()Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Int'l () 08:43AM CST 10:52AM +07 3:08
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