Pictures of Airplanes
Look at some pictures of Airplanes and pictures of airports in the USA
I thought I was the only idiot who didn't know the name of the tunnel you have to walk through to get to the plane.
Guess what when I went to search to find out what it's called and one of the search results on Google was exactly that: "What do you call the tunnel you have to walk through to get on the airplane?"
I'm thinking about calling it airplane walkway. But according to Wikipedia it's called a Jet Bridge, a movable connector which most commonly extends from the airport to the plane.
There you have it... That thing is called a Jet Plane, no... a Jet Bridge.
This is my plane arriving at the Jet Bridge at Washington Dulles International Airport back in April 2009.
I always wondered why do they call it the Washington Dulles International Airport when the airport is located in Virginia. Go figure anyway on to the next story.
Yes, my airplane has arrived. This is a u.s. airplane flights. at Dulles Washington Dulles International Airport. This is the plan that I would be taking to go to I forgot where I was going it's been such a long time. That was back in April 2009 and I'm updating this we are not in 2017. You can imagine
I know, why would you put a picture like this on your website?
Hey. It is a picture, I took it with my darn camera, and it has a story to tell LOL.
This is, believe it or not, the glass overlooking the airport yard at Washington Dulles International Airport on a rainy day.
Hey, I couldn't see so I took a picture of the darn thing that was blocking my view.
Some people like being on their laptops when they're sitting at an airport. Me sometimes I like sitting in front of the glass overlooking the airport yard, if I can call it that, and look at all the activities happening on the ground.
This is what the airplane lot of the Washington Dulles International Airport airport look like
Here is a photo taken at Washington Dulles International Airport in April 2009.
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is located in Chantilly, Virginia, 26 miles from downtown Washington, DC.
The Main Terminal of the Washington Dulles International Airport opened in 1962.
Washington Dulles International Airport is a major hub for domestic and international air travel with eleven domestic legacy and low fare carriers and 22 international carriers which provide air service throughout the world.
Washington Dulles International Airport is connected to the region's highway system via an Authority-operated, 16-mile Airport Access Highway dedicated to airport users.
Southwest Airlines Co. is a major U.S. airline and the world's largest low-cost carrier, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The airline was established in 1967 and adopted their current name in 1971