It's Belly Week on the EnoAeroPics gallery! This week every day an image will be uploaded of an aircraft photographed from down under, either from the patio of my home at 30 kilometers from Schiphol Amsterdam airport or from the 11 th floor of an apartment building near Schiphol. Discover the difference when looking up between the Fokker 100 and Bombardier/Canadair Regional Jet, the Boeing 777 and Airbus 330 and between the Airbus A320 family, the Embraer E-Jets and the Boeing 737. The aircraft were photographed with gear up in an almost clean configuration. Best photographic results were obtained when the aircraft were flying below 4000ft in clear air with relatively low temperatures to prevent a hazy shot caused by trembling air.
This image shows Fokker 100 c/n 11456 OE-LVH "Minsk" of Tyrolean Airways/Austrian Arrows catching the ILS-glideslope to runway 27-09 at Schiphol Amsterdam airport in The Netherlands (EHAM) on 18 August 2012, carrying out flight OS375 from Vienna. The aircraft made its first flight on 7 May 1993 with test registration PH-EZA. It was first delivered to American Airlines on 13 June 1993 as N1447L and was stored for some time in the Mojave desert. It went to Austrian Arrows with its present registration on 16 September 2003 and since 6 April 2005 it is operated by Tyrolean, but with an Austrian Arrows livery. Since 1 July 2012 all Austrian Airlines and Austrian Arrows aircraft are operated by Tyrolean Airways. As the Fokker 100 is regarded by the certificating authorities as a derivative of the Fokker F28, the aircraft is officially registered as a Fokker F28 Mk0100.
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