Watching Airplanes Plane Spotting Los Angeles Int’l Airport KLAX/LAXTo all 30,000+ subscribers I say a big thank you. Thanks to all of you who have been a friend to me and this channel these past wonderful 5 years (6 years in April!).
I’d been an avid planespotter for many years before I tried video, but it was amateur films made here at this famous In-N-Out Burger location, 24R approach to LAX, that ultimately inspired me to pick up a camera for myself and give this aviation videography thing a try at my hometown Chicago O’Hare International Airport.
Planespotting has never been the same for me since.
This project has become a part of me in the thousands of airplanes filmed, hundreds of hours spent planespotting, filming, editing, researching, etc, etc. I’ve made so many new friends, learned so many new things, had so many great times because of this new idea of filming airplanes. What started as a simple way for me to watch airplanes at home when I couldn’t be at the airport has become for me so much more.
YouTube is about the community and I do realize that as I have moved on to a career in the aviation industry, in some ways, my presence here on YouTube and social media in general has dwindled
and I have not been as active as I always have wished I could be… this is largely do to work, other commitments, life itself in general and my continuous drive to always be studying, trying to learn something new about aviation every day. The learning process never stops. I do hope to return in full force someday where I am uploading weekly videos and taking more time to comment on others’ videos and be more involved.
I can promise you one thing though, and that is that I will be planespotting, filming aviation or doing something in some way, shape or form that involves flying and airplanes every day I live as it is a part of me.
Here’s to all of you, my friends, who love the thrill and magic of flight as I do.
Thanks for watching!
…wings as eagles…