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Brian, Outstanding 5* shot! shows 7 of the 747-SP,s with active registrations in the US. Worldwide, hard to estimate...

Written on 27/02/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Good eyes, Austen! I did not see that.

Written on 27/02/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

Gary, my hat's off to you... I'm feeling the damp frigid chill just looking at your photo!

Congrats on your extreme dedication in the face of severely adverse and inclement weather conditions.

"5" stars and more if there were a way!

Written on 27/02/2017 by cliff731

Hi John! You get some great shots! I moved to Boston this year for school and would love to meet and take photos, especially of business jets at BOS! How can I be in contact to discuss this? Best, Cole

Written on 27/02/2017 by Cole Goldberg

thanks for the nice comments ron

Written on 27/02/2017 by Brian Buckley

Hi, Chris. I envy you. My only experiences flying have always been as a pax and I've always admired those who work up in the front office. TY for the compli about the pic; FA member Peter Scharkowski posts the best shots of the older a/c, and I could never compete with the quality of his posts, but there are always some viewers like you who can enjoy seeing the ones I have. (Wave)

Written on 27/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Hey, I would like to see that pic, Ed! That's pretty cool that you guys "shot" each other.

Written on 27/02/2017 by Greg Byington

There was no problem refueling them as long as you didn't completely fill one tip tank before putting some fuel in the other one. You could tip the plane over if you weren't careful. (See Sidney's comment above.) And while I like to have more info about the where and when of a picture, I can appreciate the picture itself without that info. But, to each his own.

Written on 27/02/2017 by Greg Byington

Meanwhile, I had my own problems: I was having a devil of a time trying to keep my lens glass dry (lol)! And I was there specifically to get captures of UA's "Eco-Skies" special livery, so when they suddenly swapped the runway departure direction, I had to hustle to the other side of the airport because the precip was so thick I would never have caught it on the climb from this position. Fortunately for me, Eco-Skies ended up in the long queue waiting to depart on 34L so I was able to reposition and get clicks of it (thru thick snowfall) as it rotated and began its climb from 34L.

Written on 27/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Not to worry, Paul... she's still a beauty and your photo capture is "5" stars!!!

Written on 27/02/2017 by cliff731

I"ll take two! Excelsior

Written on 27/02/2017 by T.J. Marxer

Great shot Gary! I used to fly the F27, with twin Darts...

Written on 27/02/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

I know Cliff, I was looking through my Oshkosh photos from 2015 and somehow missed it when posting my 2015 photos so I thought it was a good photo and the photo of it lifting off and posted them. About a year or so ago I started checking the FAA website because in my description, I like putting the exact year and model of the aircraft.

Written on 27/02/2017 by ppick

Brian, I looked at your photos, and I am here to tell you , you are doing a outstanding work with your aviation photography.

Written on 27/02/2017 by Ron Parry

Anyone else besides me remember the wonderful whistling sound of those RR Darts? So distinctive ... when they were running, it was easy to know a Viscount was somewhere close by even if it was hidden from view. A great passenger plane!

Written on 27/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

thanks ron

Written on 27/02/2017 by Brian Buckley

Hey, guys, have any of you actually looked at the picture closely? There are 2 window exits!! So, that is not true about the -400's having only 1 wing exit...

Written on 27/02/2017 by Austen Pyle

That is only the second time I have seen the propeller effect that you captured. Great shot and keep shooting.

Written on 27/02/2017 by Ron Parry

OUTSTANDING capture, Cap!! I especially like the Dog that is barely visible just behind N9017P. Four AA fleetbirds in the click = another Five Star snap! (Both thumbs up)

Written on 27/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Robert, if that is true, then how is this explained? I am curious.

Written on 27/02/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

BESITOS means "little kisses"

Written on 27/02/2017 by blueashflyer

Very sharp focus, well done!! Re: description; TBM is a Grumman design, but the E series was a General Motors build. Thank you for your many great pics.

Written on 27/02/2017 by David Mortimer


Written on 27/02/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Geoff, This photo is the arrival of the Longitude are Orlando Exec for the 2016 NBAA show

Written on 27/02/2017 by ichobean

Thank you Don !

Written on 27/02/2017 by John Marotta

Great photo. Interesting tail colors.

Written on 27/02/2017 by Alan Brown

Nice looking plane, Great pic... Thanks for sharing.

Written on 27/02/2017 by sparkie624

whats this? 3rd deck on A380?

Written on 27/02/2017 by 96flstc

whats with the weird afterbuner flame? is he venting fuel on takeoff?

Written on 27/02/2017 by uvvall

Such a beautiful aircraft. Nice shot of the takeoff.

Written on 27/02/2017 by Steven Ealy

it says on the fuselage by the rear exit door that it is a 737-400

Written on 26/02/2017 by Robert Joseph

This is a Northrop YC-125A Raider, USAF s/n 48-0636, c/n 2520, as now displayed at the Pima Air and Space Museum located in Tucson, AZ.

The aircraft's former FAA civil registration N2573B was cancelled on 31 December 1970; showing the owner as Arizona Airmotive Corp. of Tucson, AZ.

It is on static display as XB-GEY according to Mr. Joe Baugher's published information. Pima's website indicates the current markings to represent "Triplay y Maderas de Durango, S.A., Durango, Mexico, 1960".

There were a total of 13 examples of the YC-125A transport version built for the U.S.A.F. and 10 examples total of the YC-125B Arctic rescue version constructed also for the U.S.A.F.

One of the YC-125B Raiders is on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, OH.

Written on 26/02/2017 by cliff731

1973 Cessna Centurion T210L

Written on 26/02/2017 by Mike McDonald

love the pic!

Written on 26/02/2017 by jonesjj60

Paul, this DC-3, N4550J, was sold and exported to the Russian Federation with its FAA registration cancelled on 20 Sept 2016.

Written on 26/02/2017 by cliff731

ABYP not YT.

Written on 26/02/2017 by Max W

Philippe, thanks for posting.

Written on 26/02/2017 by 96flstc

That's my Dad...miss you buddy.

Written on 26/02/2017 by Bradford1

thanks guys

Written on 26/02/2017 by Brian Buckley

thanks mark,i dont sorry.

Written on 26/02/2017 by Brian Buckley

Awesome, Brian!

Written on 26/02/2017 by Roy Hunte

Use B77W as the code.

Written on 26/02/2017 by Roy Hunte

...and a stunning shot of it too Anton!

Written on 26/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

More perfect shots from Phoenix Scot!

Written on 26/02/2017 by Mark Thomas


Written on 26/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

Beautiful shot Brian. Do you know how many SP's are still flying?

Written on 26/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

Nice shot looks pretty cold.

Written on 26/02/2017 by Don Ridgeway

Nice shot, great backdrop

Written on 26/02/2017 by Don Ridgeway

Boo to whoever gave this less than a 5!

Written on 26/02/2017 by Mark Albrecht


Written on 26/02/2017 by Jon Supernaw

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