Planespotting at LAX from In-N-Out
Jason Daniel Shaw
IN-N-OUT | LAX
The In-N-Out location near LAX is a very popular spot for people to watch the planes arrive and depart LAX, especially from the north complex. That is because the In-N-Out and the park across the street is almost directly under the arrivals runway’s, 24R, final approach. The planes come thundering overhead, so close that it feels like you could jump up and touch them.
LAX NORTH COMPLEX
LAX is one of the busiest airports in the world. This means that there is a steady flow of planes leaving and arriving at the airport. You can spend 30 minutes or so watching the airplanes and see arrivals from all over the world on all types of aircraft. I did this a while back and this is what I captured.
AMERICAN EAGLE | EMBRAER ERJ-175
An American Eagle Embraer ERJ-175, tail number N200NN, arriving at LAX.
ALASKA AIRLINES | BOEING 737-890
An Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-890, tail number N518AS, arriving at LAX.
AMERICAN AIRLINES | AIRBUS A321-200
An American Airlines Airbus A321-200, tail number N988AL, arriving at LAX.
ALASKA AIRLINES | AIRBUS A320-200
An Alaska Airlines Airbus A320-200, tail number N624VA, arriving at LAX.
DELTA AIRLINES | AIRBUS A321-200
A Delta Airlines Airbus A321-200, tail number N345DN, arriving at LAX.
CHINA SOUTHERN | AIRBUS A380-800
A China Southern Airbus A380-800 arriving at LAX.
DEPARTURES & ARRIVALS AT LAX
Here is a departure of a 747 and a few other random arrivals.
I have written a blog about my favorite planespoting locations at LAX if you are interested in checking that out. And here are a couple other blog posts that I have made about planespotting at LAX.