Flying sea turtles to Okinawa Photo special feature ・ ANA A380 Naha's first flight

All Nippon Airways (ANA / NH) will hold the first Narita-Naha charter by the double-decker Airbus A380 “FLYING HONU” from September 24th for 2 nights and 3 nights. It was held on the schedule of the day. The NH2024 flight (A380, registration code JA381A) to Narita on the return trip will carry 127 passengers (including 3 infants) and 20 crew members (2 pilots, 18 flight attendants) on the 26th at Naha Airport’s 100th spot. Departure at 2:18 pm. It took off from the second runway (RWY36L) at 12:50. After passing over Amami Oshima and flying over the Pacific Ocean, I landed on Runway A (RWY34L) at Narita Airport at 5:02 pm and arrived at Spot 427 at 12:14.

Narita by ANA A380 heading to the spot at Naha Airport Charter flight from=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

By ANA’s A380, which has the nickname meaning “flying sea turtle” This is the second charter flight with a different departure point and destination, following the Narita-New Chitose charter, which took place from the 18th to 2 nights and 3 days. On the outbound route on the 24th, although we left Narita at 11:03 am on time, the takeoff and landing was temporarily suspended because a real turtle was walking on Runway A (RWY16R / 34L), and from departure to takeoff. It took almost twice as long as usual, and took off at 12:52 with a significant delay.

In Naha, a destination blessed with fine weather, many people gathered on Senagajima, which overlooks the airport because it was the first flight. On the 25th of the second day, a scenic flight will take place over the four regions of Amami Oshima and Tokunoshima in Kagoshima Prefecture, which have been registered as UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Natural Heritage Sites, and northern Okinawa Island and Iriomote Island. , A route map handmade by employees was also displayed at Naha Airport.

At Naha Airport, which shares the same runway with the Self-Defense Forces, you can use the special coating machine of the local Japan Transocean Air (JTA / NU) to scramble the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium. In addition to civilian aircraft such as the “Whale Shark” (737-800, JA05RK) drawn on the entire aircraft, there was also a “competition” with the Air Self-Defense Force fighter F-15J “Eagle” taking off by scrambling.

The third charter destination is Shimojishima, which is scheduled to be held from October 30th for a two-night, three-day itinerary.

September 24th

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 entering Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 landing at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 landing at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 landing at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 to the spot at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

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Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 to the spot at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 Japan PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 to the spot at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

At Naha Airport Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 to the spot=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 to the spot at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Naha Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 arriving at the airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 arriving at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

At Naha Airport Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 arriving=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 arriving at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Charter flight from Narita by ANA A380 arriving at Naha Airport=September 24, 2009 PHOTO : Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

September 25

ANA’s first A380 aircraft waiting for departure at Naha Airport=2009 9 May 25 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

ANA’s first A380 waiting for departure at Naha Airport=September 2009 25th PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Employee-made routes prepared at Naha Airport Map (provided by ANA)

Sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380 departing from Naha Airport NH2030 flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight for sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380 departing from Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight for sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380 departing from Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Naha Airport NH2030 flight (below) for sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380 departing and F-15 of Air Self-Defense Force taking off=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight of ANA’s first A380 departing from Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 Japan PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight of ANA’s first A380 departing from Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

For ANA Group employees NH2030 flight of ANA’s first A380, which is sent off and departs from Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

ANA departing from Naha Airport ANA Group employees who see off NH2030 flight for sightseeing flight by the first A380 (provided by the company)

Sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380 departing from Naha Airport NH2030 flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

By ANA’s first A380 heading to the second runway at Naha Airport Sightseeing flight NH2030 flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Heading to Runway 2 at Naha Airport NH2030 flight for sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight of ANA’s first A380 taking off from Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight for sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380 taking off from Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Flight Wire

Naha Airport NH2030 flight for sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380 taking off=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 aircraft taking off from Naha Airport and heading for a scenic flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

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ANA’s A380 taking off from Naha Airport and heading for a scenic flight NH2030 flight by the first aircraft=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 aircraft taking off from Naha Airport and heading for a scenic flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

By ANA’s first A380 aircraft landing at Naha Airport after a scenic flight NH2030 flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 aircraft landing at Naha Airport after a scenic flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 that landed at Naha Airport after the scenic flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

ANA heading to Naha Airport’s 100th spot after a scenic flight NH2030 flight by the first A380 of the A380=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Finish the sightseeing flight and head to the 100th spot at Naha Airport NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

After the sightseeing flight at Naha Airport NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 to Spot 100=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

ANA’s A380 heading to Naha Airport’s 100th spot after a scenic flight NH2030 flight by the first aircraft=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Sightseeing flight NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 to the 100th spot at Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 aircraft entering Naha Airport’s 100th spot after a scenic flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380, which arrived at Naha Airport after the scenic flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

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