Reports and Events
Revealings and introductions of new liveries, aircraft or routes as well as spotterworthy events
Accomodations such as hotelrooms or bars offering great views for spotters
What to know about important museums such as the displayed aircraft, opening hours or its exact location and more...
Short, newsworthy stories, updates to existing spotting locations, new spotting platforms, changes around the airport, closure of locations, special events and more can you find in our newsticker.
January 01, 2020Miami Florida, MIAALL rooms and stairways at the Hilton Hotel has been equipped with mosquito & bug screens at the balconies and the stairways. Sadly one of the most popular spotting locations at MIA is no longer available.
December 06, 2019Taoyuan Taipei, TPEBrandnew outdoor viewing platforms at Taoyuan International Airport are going to open from December 14th for all aviation enthusiast. The first deck which opens it doors is situated on the south side of Terminal 2. The second deck is on the north side of Terminal 2 and opens on December 24th. LINK
November 27, 2019Melbourne MELThe official viewing area below the approach of runway 16 at Sunbury rout will be closed for 18 months due to construction works. LINK
November 22, 2019Hong Kong, HKGDue to ongoing construction works in the terminal area the sky deck is closed until further notice.
November 10, 2019Phuket, HKTThe visitor terrace inside the international terminal is closed. We have no information about how long it will take and if it will ever open again.LINK
November 08, 2019Gander, YQXSeveral photo holes were installed at the fence around Gander Airport. LINK
October 30, 2019Frankfurt Rhein/Main, FRAThe holiday parking photo location which is next to the visitor hill (west) is not available at the moment because of constructions for the new GAT. The area around the former holiday parking has been completely fenced off. The future of this position is unknown. LINK
October 24, 2019Amsterdam, AMSThe renovation of the observation deck has been finished and you can continue taking pictures from there.
October 18, 2019Brussel South Charleroi, CRLRecently, construction of a new observation deck at Brussels South Charleroi Airport next to the food court was completed. The deck is now open to the public and it offers a nice view of the ramp action. LINK
October 07, 2019 Miami, MIAThe famous holes will disappear shortly as the entire area will be fenced off for constructions. It will take up to 1.5 years until everything is done and new holes shall be installed
September 24, 2019London Heathrow, LHRConstruction of a second fence inside the existing perimeter fence on the south side has been started. No information yet on how this will affect taking pictures.
September 23, 2019Yeager/Charleston WV, CRWThe small regional airport in West Virginia received a viewing area outside of the airport with a picknick area and photo holes in the fence.LINK
Severin has been interested in planes since he was a little boy. He started spotting in 2011 due to his father and decided to support Spotterguide.net back in 2017. Due to his work and public appereance, he was already invited by several companies in order to take pictures: for example he attended events hosted by Airbus, Brussels Airlines or the NASA. Apart from this, his pictures were already used by quite a few airlines, constructors and airports. You can find more of his pictures on this database.
Equipment: Canon 6D Mark I and Canon 60D + Canon 17-40, Canon 24-105, Canon 70-200 and Canon 100-400