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Great photo! Please tell me what kind of aircraft this is and what is it equipped to do? Thank you.

Written on 25/01/2021 by dsjjw

Thanks...

Written on 25/01/2021 by Tomás Del Coro

Beautiful plane.

My last flight in a 747 was a disaster.

'Stewardess! Stewardess! We got this seat so our son could see out, and now the wing is in the way! We can't see anything!'

It was a full flight, and I bet she loved being called a 'stewardess', along with all of the other complaining choads. It was also slightly turbulent. (Fun times I'm sure for them) I was waiting for her to say "Hold on, I'll go saw the wing off so you can see the ground as we spiral into it!" Book a seat over the wing, and complain because it blocks your view? Wow...

Written on 25/01/2021 by Robert Cowling

James - Airport is Grant County International Airport/Mose Lake, WA. ICAO - KMWH IATA - MWH. The 747-400 - VH-OJU ex QANTAS. Now belongs to Rolls-Royce to be used as a flying testbed. Reregistered as N747RR.

Written on 25/01/2021 by STEVEN SMITH

Hi! Pleased to meet you.

A cool shot.

Written on 25/01/2021 by John moffitt

Not to take anything away from your photo but man, that is one serious looking watch band.

Written on 25/01/2021 by Phil Preston

I was guessing either a very small plane or a very large bird.

Written on 25/01/2021 by Phil Preston

Very nice work.

Written on 25/01/2021 by Phil Preston

Thank you, serge LOTH
Regards

Written on 25/01/2021 by Manuel EstevezR

No, EL MOLDE, no uso filtros de efectos estrellas, creo que es por el objetivo Sigma, 150/500mm
Gracias por comentar

Written on 25/01/2021 by Manuel EstevezR

Balloon behind Darth Vader looks like a Jurassic Park theme.

Written on 25/01/2021 by Vaughn Blue Jr

What's the location?

Written on 25/01/2021 by James Driskell

Boeing 747-200 museum exhibit. VH-EBQ registration reused for an Airbus A330-200.

Written on 25/01/2021 by Peter Fuller

Our tax dollars at work!

Written on 25/01/2021 by Steven Mansur

Great Grab!

Written on 25/01/2021 by Diana Rose

****!!!

Written on 25/01/2021 by Diana Rose

Nice fog shot.

Written on 25/01/2021 by Diana Rose

Perfecto!

Written on 25/01/2021 by Diana Rose

It's Just Awesome. Was it PhotoShoped jista lil bit?

Written on 25/01/2021 by Diana Rose

Great Illustrational photo.

Written on 25/01/2021 by Diana Rose

YUUUGELY *****

Written on 25/01/2021 by Diana Rose

NEATO!

Written on 25/01/2021 by Diana Rose

Stellar Grab! *****!!!!!

Written on 25/01/2021 by Diana Rose

Love the photo!

Written on 25/01/2021 by Donna Yost

I'll take the lone 747 on the top right...Qantas or Virgin?

Written on 25/01/2021 by bigkahuna400

Excellent !

Written on 25/01/2021 by bigkahuna400

PIC # 7800

Written on 25/01/2021 by kenny antoine

WOW! Great shot - congrats!

Written on 25/01/2021 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Thanks for the tip, Gavin!

Written on 25/01/2021 by Robb Hohmann

Great time to find a really cheap business jet.

Written on 25/01/2021 by Paul Wisgerhof

Super picture! Felicidades Manuel..5*

Written on 25/01/2021 by serge LOTH

@Karl Riggle: sorry for that, I go sometimes for meetings in Chambley... still active.. A/D. Best regards..

Written on 25/01/2021 by serge LOTH

Hope, BC

Written on 25/01/2021 by James Kelly

Where is this please?

Written on 25/01/2021 by PeteHam

Where is this airport ?

Written on 25/01/2021 by PeteHam

New Livery.......

Written on 24/01/2021 by warmwynds

At Gilbert, Sorry I did not include the part about noticing the other engine did not have the thrust reverser deployed. I.e. was it just a luck to get one side deployed and the other not or is there some reason, such as needing to turn a bit? That is more why I ask. I.e. wonder if your answer is similar in that only one engine needed to slow down and save the brakes. Thanks and again, sorry for the mis-understanding.

Written on 24/01/2021 by jptq63

@ rwb2112 thank you much!!

Written on 24/01/2021 by daniel jef

Sadly this isn't even all of them there.

Written on 24/01/2021 by lonewolf2121

Very Nice Shot Shannon!

Written on 24/01/2021 by John Giambone

Thank you for taking me to Munich Roy! The lighting is wonderful!

Written on 24/01/2021 by richard ferguson

Awesome shot,5*...congratulations!

Written on 24/01/2021 by Manuel E. Silva

That was the Cadillac of air travel of its day the Stinson.

Written on 24/01/2021 by William Crooker

That's really impressive !!!

Written on 24/01/2021 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

thank you Diana!

Written on 24/01/2021 by Uwe Zinke

Nice looking aircraft!

Written on 24/01/2021 by frase

4 King Air engines believe it or not. At least the PT6A-50. Each putting out similar shaft horsepower to the engines in the later heavy weight Beech King Air 350.

Written on 24/01/2021 by CHRIS ROBEY

I had the pleasure of owning this aircraft for several years. It was a delight to fly and very predictable. My wife and I flew this aircraft from Washington State to Oshkosh WI several times. From memory, I believe I flew this aircraft about 450 hours.

Written on 23/01/2021 by George Ford

Muito top!

Written on 23/01/2021 by Eduardo Nogueira Castelo Branco

Baker Brothers

Written on 23/01/2021 by specialkay1

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