Sunday 12 Aug: AirAsia Airbus A330-300 9M-XXB has visited Sydney a few times in the "Girls Frontline" livery, however this is the first time in daylight. 9M-XXB looks to have come out of the paintshop 16th July 2018, after being out of service for around 22 days.


Friday 10 Aug: Rupert Murdoch's Gulfstream G650ER diverted to Sydney at 0600L this morning, as Canberra Airport was closed due fog. It departed again at 0819L for Canberra, however after ten orbits northeast of Canberra, it returned to Sydney, as the fog was slow to clear. Seen here arriving back in Sydney at 1013L.


Friday 3 Aug: Today's Emirates EK417 service to Dubai, was operated by Boeing B777-300ER A6-EGB, which currently has the Blue "EXPO 2020 Dubai UAE" livery. This design is the first in a series of three, that will be rolled out leading up to EXPO 2020. The three themes are opportunity, mobility and sustainability. This is the first design reflecting Mobility, and comes in Green, Blue and Orange, on Emirates A380 and B777 aircraft.


Wednesday 25 Jul: After a one off visit to Sydney Airport back on the 11th July, Philippine Airlines yesterday started slotting in their two new #A321Neo aircraft on the PAL211/212 Manila service. As more aircraft are delivered, we should see #A321Neo services during the week, and #A330 services on the weekend.


Wednesday 25 Jul: Today's Emirates EK417 service Sydney Airport departed to Dubai at 1607L, after spending the usual 22.5hrs on the ground. A6-ECE was operating the service today, and it's currently painted in the "Year Of Zayed 2018" livery.


Thursday 5 Jul: The first Emirates B777 (A6-ECD) to visit Sydney in the new "EXPO 2020 Dubai UAE" livery departed this afternoon. This design is the first in a series of three, that will be rolled out leading up to EXPO 2020. The three themes are opportunity, mobility and sustainability. This is the first design reflecting Mobility, and comes in Green, Blue and Orange, on Emirates A380 and B777 aircraft.


Tuesday 3 Jul: The first Emirates A380 to visit Sydney in the new "EXPO 2020 Dubai UAE" livery arrived this morning. This design is the first in a series of three, that will be rolled out leading up to EXPO 2020. The three themes are opportunity, mobility and sustainability. This is the first design reflecting Mobility, and comes in Green, Blue and Orange, on Emirates A380 and B777 aircraft.


Monday 25 Jun: Etihad Airways "The Facets Of Abu Dhabi" livery would have to be one of the best currently in the skies, and A6-APA seen here on take-off this afternoon at Sydney Airport, was simply stunning.


Thursday 21 Jun: Qantas Freight Boeing 767-381FER was taken out of service on the 17th June 2018, and is now in Brisbane for maintenance. Until the maintenance on VH-EFR has been completed, Qantas has leased Polar Cargo (DHL) Boeing 767-300F N647GT, which will operate the same schedule as VH-EFR. N647GT originally operated with KLM from 1996 to 2006, then with Ethiopian Airways from 2006, until converted to a freighter by Israel Aerospace Industries (Bedek Aircraft Group Division) in 2015, with code BDSF being used.


Sunday 3 Jun: That feeling you get on your first day at work ! Scoot Boeing #B787-9 Dreamliner 9V-OJG "Wandermust" on her first commercial service (SIN-SYD), after only being delivered on 31MAY18. Seen here on short final for RW16R at Sydney Airport this morning.


Friday 11 May: Etihad Airways A380 with the "2018 Year Of Zayed" livery, made its first daytime visit to Sydney Airport today. This was only its second visit to Sydney in the new livery, the first visit was at night. Etihad have done quite a good job with the additional artwork, with the background colour of the new titles matching the existing livery.


Thursday 10 May: The Cessna Textron Aviation 525 Citation M2 N902MZ is currently in Australia on a demonstration tour. Following some customer flights at Sydney Airport over the past couple of days, N902MZ departed for Essendon (YMEN) this morning.


Monday 7 May: There was another rare visitor at Sydney Airport this evening, with Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight Boeing B787-9 A6-PFE arriving from Christchurch as AUH5. The Dreamliner touched down on Runway 34L just after sunset, and taxied to DOM6 Bay 97.

Some Other Recent Aircraft Images