1 HR Watching Airplanes, Aircraft Identification | Plane Spotting LAX Airport [LAX/KLAX] #12

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Los Angeles International Airport, or more famously known as “LAX, or KLAX International” is one of the most iconic and busiest airports in the world. The airport is split up in two sides, the north and south. The north side is where the famous “in n out burger spot” is located, but slightly further down the runway from that spot, is this hidden gem. Giving an awesome view of the northern takeoffs and landings, you can sit here all day and watch the stream of heavy aircraft flyby!

This is our 12th 1 hour instalment of LAX and contains some action during the pandemic, so you will see some smaller aircraft on routes that are normally operated by larger aircraft, such as Airbus A350 on select China Airlines flights, 787s on Air New Zealand’s flight and many more!

I filmed this on a cool winters day, with moments of sunshine bursting through the heavy cloud cover. Thankfully the sun came out towards the afternoon more commonly and allowed for some nicely lit shots of the aircraft lining up onto runway 24L before their departures!

I filmed this and own all the rights to it, including but not limited to audio and visual material as I recorded this myself with the goal of showcasing the various planes, airlines and different aircraft you can see flying into one of the worlds busiest airports.

I hope you enjoy this new instalment of LAX spotting!

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