Heathrow's #AvGeek of the Month for October is Kingsley Lee.
We’ve caught up with Kingsley to find out more about his aviation experience.
Name: Kingsley Lee
Age: 25 years old
Where are you from: Born and raised in Malaysia but came to the United Kingdom for my undergraduate studies and subsequently stayed on for work.
I was fortunate to be able to experience my first flight when I was rather young and did quite a bit of travelling growing up, which fueled my passion towards aviation.
Since my first flight and subsequent encounters with different types of aircrafts, my interest towards airplanes and aviation grew and it excites me whenever I spot an airplane, whether on the ground or in the air.
I think some #avgeeks can relate but I get goosebumps most of the time when I see an airplane take off or land.
Nowadays, I live by my avgeekness by plane spotting at various airports whenever I get the chance, besides writing trip reports on my website where I review flights that I have flown on and share my experiences with everyone else.
Before coming over to the UK for university, my frequent plane spotting destination is my home airport in Kuala Lumpur. London Heathrow has always been my bucket list airport ever since I became an avgeek, with its popularity as one of the world's busiest airport, and huge variety of exciting liveries and some exotic ones that I will not get the chance to spot from where I am originally from.
Personally, I enjoy the element of surprise and I always travel to Heathrow on my plane spotting trips without detailed planning, as I like to be surprised by the different aircraft types or liveries that I might stumble upon, and Heathrow has never let me down with a surprise on every visit (be it livery, aircraft type or airline).
In addition, every visit to Myrtle Avenue (a popular spot for plane spotting at Heathrow) excites me as I am accompanied by many like minded peers that shares the same passion as myself.
A tough choice indeed but I have to go with THAI Airways, simply elegant and classy.