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This isn't a OV-10, O-1 bird dog is what it should be

Written on 21/09/2017 by sam kuminecz

This is an OV-10 Bronco. Apparently FlightAware cannot recognize this aircraft and keeps saying it is a Boeing 777. Look closely this is not a Boeing 777.

Written on 21/09/2017 by Kevin Hedgepeth

Lockheed Electra - L-10A flying across Canada in honour of the 80th anniversary of Air Canada

Written on 21/09/2017 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Nice

Written on 21/09/2017 by usaf12367

Love the color

Written on 21/09/2017 by usaf12367

Really cool

Written on 21/09/2017 by usaf12367

Thank you Derek. Glad you liked it. Some people didn't.

Written on 21/09/2017 by John Marotta

Thank you Ryan. Glad you liked it. Some people didn't.

Written on 21/09/2017 by John Marotta

Nice one John rare catch

Written on 21/09/2017 by Derek Marshall

不思議な空間を感じました。「絵」になる作品ですね!
一度でいいので、この様な「作品」といえる撮影をしたいものです。
(英語不得意です)

Written on 21/09/2017 by akio itoh

Beautiful!

Written on 21/09/2017 by Dan Little

Great catch John. Love this color scheme on the 747-8 and also the lineup in the background with two Hainan Airlines 787-9 special schemes at the same time.

Written on 21/09/2017 by Ryan Carson

Beautiful airplane, thanks for posting this pic.

Written on 21/09/2017 by James Kelly

Brand new 1967 model C337. Photo taken in May 1967. Probably on her delivery flight from Wichita KS. Looks like a ferry tank visible in the mid cabin area..

Written on 21/09/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Nice shot. Another Pelair heavy Metro freighter but in a totally different livery visible behind KDO plus a Toll ATR42 freighter, either VH-TOQ or TOX, with blue/green tail and characteristic full rudder deflection, is partially hidden.

Written on 21/09/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

please delete, accidental double upload!

Written on 21/09/2017 by Anthony Kernich

Great shot.

Written on 21/09/2017 by Alexander Viduetsky

Blast from the Past!

Written on 21/09/2017 by george washington

Wow, that's a lot of baggage.

Written on 21/09/2017 by george washington

Wow.

Written on 21/09/2017 by george washington

Beech 18 was what I was first reminded of.

Written on 21/09/2017 by george washington

Early model Piper PA23 Apache. Looks like the wingtips have been retrofitted. Twin Lycomings 150 HP per side(or maybe 160 HP )...Original paint scheme. Very Nice!

Written on 20/09/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Phenomenal photo gary!

Written on 20/09/2017 by sam kuminecz

Boeing Chinook, CH-47D

Written on 20/09/2017 by Paul Wisgerhof

the sea fury paint scheme actually looks sharp on the CJ

Written on 20/09/2017 by sam kuminecz

Thank you

Written on 20/09/2017 by Todd Royer

good pics

Written on 20/09/2017 by zack80

this is owned by Anglo American Aviation, a flight school in San Diego

Written on 20/09/2017 by sam kuminecz

I really like how this photo turned out. I later showed the owner and he thought it was great!

Written on 20/09/2017 by Dakota Beaudoin

thank you Sam!

Written on 20/09/2017 by Uwe Zinke

I love how that styling brings out the detail in almost a 'painterly' fashion.

Written on 20/09/2017 by Michael Flagg

is this a surveillance plane called white Cessna flying all the time around east county hear him all the time on aviation plane to plane freq

Written on 20/09/2017 by mike schmita

beautiful shot as always Uwe! 5 stars

Written on 20/09/2017 by sam kuminecz

sehr schön. Mit ihr war ich schon unterwegs!

Written on 20/09/2017 by Uwe Zinke

sehr schön!

Written on 20/09/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Wow, nice, do they fly the teams on that or is it for some other program?

Written on 20/09/2017 by Eric Merillat

flightaware has not updated their ICAO code database in a while, the E/F/G is the F18S and the A/B/C/D is the F18

Written on 20/09/2017 by sam kuminecz

stolen off the web and copyrighted

https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8489810

Written on 20/09/2017 by jim gevay

Actually an F/A-18F (twin-seat) Super Hornet; note the rectangular engine inlets. The original/standard F/A-18A model has semi-circular inlets.

Written on 20/09/2017 by Alan Hume

Yes the B747 is a much better integrated looking aircraft. There's something no quite right around the cockpit to body transition on the A380 and the full length double decks make it look chunky and bloated! It's not an elegant aircraft, because it looks thicker than it's length somehow. Look at a B747-8F and then compare it with an A380. No comparison. The B747 is elegant and svelte.

Written on 20/09/2017 by Alan Hume

Amazing view! Very well done!!!

Written on 20/09/2017 by Joao Ponces

Beautiful! As good as new! Would love to try to fly in it!

Written on 20/09/2017 by Joao Ponces

perfekt!

Written on 20/09/2017 by Uwe Zinke

danke!

Written on 20/09/2017 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Greg!

Written on 20/09/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Noice!

Written on 19/09/2017 by Daniel Dunphy

Go Lobos!... (University of New Mexico...)

Written on 19/09/2017 by Lenny Blumberg

Great shot of these Sands Hotel Aircraft. Did not know they had an A340 in their fleet.

Written on 19/09/2017 by Darryl Sarno

Really cool

Written on 19/09/2017 by usaf12367

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