LAX Airport Spotting Report – A Report from the Field


LAX Airport Spotting Report- LAX Los Angeles International Airport is a destination of its own for hard-core airline buffs. Join JetFlix TV as we take you for a visit to airport’s best spotting locations watching aircraft and photography. The airport is very enthusiast friendly and the non-stop mix of US domestic and international flights. It makes LAX a must-visit air field for anyone with a passion for commercial flight.

Further On the South side of the field the two best locations for soaking up the action are elevated famous hill, Flight Path Museum &┬áLearning Center. It is another must-visit destination in it’s own right. A guid tour of The Flight Path Museum which is loaded with airline history models, photos and collectibles. That chart the history of the airport and the airlines that have served LAX over the decades. Also, the Flight Path Museum and Learning Center provides unobstructed viewing facilities of the runway. Visitors to the museum can spend as much time as they look watching the aircraft. If you visit the museum, please tell them you heard about from this video at JetFlix.

A Report from the Field – In addition to spending time at the famous hill, we also visit the famous In’N’Out Burger location on the north side’s final approach where excellent landing views can be had of the airliners streaming into to land at LAX. Also this spot is magically wonderful at dusk and sunset, as spectacular photos can be made with the setting sun in the background. You have to see it to believe it! And we present it all in this capsule report from the field at LAX.

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6 Responses to “LAX Airport Spotting Report – A Report from the Field”

    • <path_to_url> Henry Tenby

      Thank you very much Stephen, very much appreciate your comments. I have been visiting LAX for decades to take slides back in the day, and now video. It is a superb airport and has always been enthusiast friendly.

  1. <path_to_url> James Popowich

    Wow! What a great video. You really outdone yourself on this one, Henry. Those spotting shots at sundown were just awesome. Day time spotting is always good, but twilight/sundown and night time really takes it up a good notch. Great catch of the FedEx MD-11 at 18 minutes.

    • <path_to_url> Henry Tenby

      Thank you James, I am glad you enjoyed this field report. About this time of year (Christmas day) it is getting cool to cold here in Vancouver. And I am starting to think about how nice it is to be down in LA at the airport doing some spotting and soaking up the vitamin D. I was just thinking about this even before I read your comments. LAX is a fabulous airport to hang out at to soak up the action, and there are so many neat places, with the In N Out Burger location on the North side being one of my favourites, specially at dusk. It is lovely.

    • <path_to_url> Henry Tenby

      The sunset period at LAX was the best! I was not going to film at that time but on a lark we decided to watch the sun go down just to see what it was like. And it was beautiful, so out came the video camera to capture it. The air gets a certain clarity at that time, that makes for some really neat video. And the terrific spotting location by the In N Out Burger parking lot is the icing on the cake for a very rewarding day of spotting at LAX.

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