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Planespotting at BWI

On December 31, 2019, Elyse and I made a trip out to Glen Burnie, Maryland, to the Thomas A. Dixon, Jr. Aircraft Observation Area, located just south of Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI).  The facility is a park designed to provide planespotters a place to watch aircraft, along with walking/biking trails and a playground for the kids.  There, we spent about three hours watching 44 planes land.  As BWI is a focus city for Southwest Airlines, 30 of the planes that we saw were for Southwest Airlines, which operates Boeing 737 jets exclusively.  Along with Southwest, we also saw planes for American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and freight carrier ABX Air.


N8682B, a Boeing 737-8H4 operated by Southwest Airlines

N8605E, a Boeing 737-8H4 operated by Southwest Airlines

N665NK, an Airbus A321-231 operated by Spirit Airlines

N665NK, an Airbus A321-231 operated by Spirit Airlines

N8538V, a Boeing 737-800 operated by Southwest Airlines

N8538V, a Boeing 737-800 operated by Southwest Airlines

N931NN, a Boeing 737-823 operated by American Airlines

N3756, a Boeing 737-832 operated by Delta Air Lines

N745VJ, an Airbus A319-112 operated by American Airlines. This plane is painted in a heritage scheme, showing the Allegheny Airlines livery. This plane flew for US Airways prior to the merger between US Airways and American Airlines.

N745VJ, an Airbus A319-112 operated by American Airlines. This plane is painted in a heritage scheme, showing the Allegheny Airlines livery. This plane flew for US Airways prior to the merger between US Airways and American Airlines.

N443WN, a Boeing 737-7H4 operated by Southwest Airlines

N768SW, a Boeing 737-7H4 operated by Southwest Airlines

N768SW, a Boeing 737-7H4 operated by Southwest Airlines

N768SW, a Boeing 737-7H4 operated by Southwest Airlines

N8582Z, a Boeing 737-800 operated by Southwest Airlines

N8582Z, a Boeing 737-800 operated by Southwest Airlines

N8582Z, a Boeing 737-800 operated by Southwest Airlines

N8582Z, a Boeing 737-800 operated by Southwest Airlines

N346PR, a Boeing 737-823 operated by American Airlines

N346PR, a Boeing 737-823 operated by American Airlines

N346PR, a Boeing 737-823 operated by American Airlines

N8688J, a Boeing 737-8H4 operated by Southwest Airlines

N625AE, an Embraer ERJ-145LR operated by Piedmont Airlines for American Eagle

N929VA, an Airbus A321-253N operated by Alaska Airlines

N929VA, an Airbus A321-253N operated by Alaska Airlines

N376DA, a Boeing 737-832 operated by Delta Air Lines

N147AA, an Airbus A321-231 operated by American Airlines

N147AA, an Airbus A321-231 operated by American Airlines

N147AA, an Airbus A321-231 operated by American Airlines

N750AX, a Boeing 767-232 (BDSF) operated by freight carrier ABX Air. This airplane was formerly in passenger service for Delta Air Lines as N115DA.

N750AX, a Boeing 767-232 (BDSF) operated by freight carrier ABX Air. This airplane was formerly in passenger service for Delta Air Lines as N115DA.

N509NK, an Airbus A319-132 operated by Spirit Airlines

N744AX, a Boeing 767-232 (BDSF) operated by freight carrier ABX Air. This airplane was formerly in passenger service for Delta Air Lines as N109DL.

N921, a McDonnell Douglas MD-90-30 operated by Delta Air Lines

N665AW, an Airbus A320-232 operated by American Airlines. This plane flew for US Airways prior to the merger between US Airways and American Airlines.

N665AW, an Airbus A320-232 operated by American Airlines. This plane flew for US Airways prior to the merger between US Airways and American Airlines.

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