In a world of endless selfies, the only way to catch a glimpse of your aircraft is to take the same flight.
As the world’s largest private airline, Air Berlin is trying to take advantage of that fact by taking advantage of the “flights you see” trend, letting you take photos of the plane you want to see.
The photos, which will be featured on the airline’s Instagram page, have already been viewed nearly 50,000 times, and the airline is hoping that their new “Airlines” section will draw in new fans.
Air Berlin says that its “Aircraft” section is the most popular of its social media channels, with over 5.5 million followers.
“The ‘Airlies’ section of our Instagram is the best place to see the aircraft we’re flying,” the airline said in a statement.
“We have so many people who travel to Germany to see and share their stories of what it’s like to be a pilot.”
The company says that the photos are meant to represent the “spirit of the airport” and show the planes in a different light than the typical tourist shots.
Air Berlin also says that they hope to grow their “Aircrews” section, which they plan to expand into “Aeroplanes” later this year.
Air Germany’s new “airports” section includes flights that take off and land at the airport, and is the first major aviation company to let passengers take photos at their own expense.
The airline has launched a number of similar social media pages in the past, including the “Flying to Germany” page.