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PHOENIX -

It's kind of like bird watching, in a way, but these are much bigger birds. Plane spotting, as it's called, has grown in popularity.

Plane spotters can be found on any given day at airports all across the world, trying to get a picture of the biggest or most unique airliner.

FOX 10's Ty Brennan caught up with a group of Phoenix spotters.

Online: phxspotters.com

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