May 12, 2010

Toy planes

The small planes of two of the Philippines' local airlines at the Manila Domestic Airport. ZestAir has orange and green markings, and Seair is periwinkle (though its logo is multicolor).

planes of ZestAir and Seair at the Manila Domestic Airport

15 comments:

Al said...

I love propeller planes although it's been a while since I've flown in one.

Jacob said...

Nice colors, Hilda. I don't much like smaller planes, though, even though I've flown in them many times...

Leif Hagen said...

So, do you prefer the periwinkle airlines or orange & green airlines? As for me, I prefer blue airlines!

the donG said...

havent tried flying with them yet. i might try one of these days.

Dina said...

ZestAir--even the name is fun.
I'd love to make a (short) flight in these toy planes.

Olivier said...

avion barbie ;o))

Kaori said...

I'm pretty sure I took one of these to Cagayan de Oro...just can't seem to remember which it was! ;-)

VP said...

The first plane is a Chinese Xian MA60, I have never seen one before.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful !! I loved them !!

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

Airplanes means time to go for a holiday!

James Mark said...

Worthy out-of-town shot. I've never been in a small plane either, unless you count a merry-go-round. The only time I went for a "baptême de l'air" (initial fun-flight) in a two-seater in Britanny, France, the sky was so black that nothing was taking off. It made for some good photos though.

Louis la Vache said...

LOL at Olivier's comment!

Halcyon said...

Zest Air is a nice name for an airline! Sounds zesty!

Lois said...

I do not like flying in any plane and these look even more scary to me!

George said...

Both of those planes have very colorful markings. I hope this means that their flights are very pleasant.