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Oops! And a Stellar Shot!

Written on 21/04/2021 by Diana Rose

Stellar Paint Job !

Written on 21/04/2021 by Diana Rose

Close the gas valves!!!

Written on 21/04/2021 by Diana Rose

Epic

Written on 21/04/2021 by parkerlawncare

Fine shot...

Written on 21/04/2021 by Christoff du plessis

A Bear. Didn’t recognize it at that angle, looks much smaller than it is.

Written on 21/04/2021 by Dennis Gallet

UGLY?? Impressive equipment!!

Written on 21/04/2021 by Jeroen Stroes

Chris the 69 is in reference to the FY the contract was awarded to Lockheed by the Pentagon

Written on 20/04/2021 by robin guess

MRF1 is the ICAO type/designator for the Dassault F1.

Written on 20/04/2021 by Keith Miller

nice

Written on 20/04/2021 by Ethan Minnich

Chris, are you near an airport or Victor airway that allows you to capture so many aircraft?

Written on 20/04/2021 by Michael Gower

Great picture. But I don't think 69 is the right start to the tail number. They wasn't made till 1970.

Written on 20/04/2021 by Chris Collinsworth

Neat paint job!

Written on 20/04/2021 by Christos Psarras

hey that's me flying!

Written on 20/04/2021 by Matthew May

rubber?? Looks like RUDDER to me; :giggle:

Written on 20/04/2021 by a mentor

it's in the eyes of the beholder IMO @Jim. MUCHO MACHO. Looks like it could swallow someone whole!

Written on 20/04/2021 by a mentor

A very nice shot. I love it

Written on 20/04/2021 by John moffitt

Outstanding shot, Robin!

Written on 20/04/2021 by Dwight Hartje

Excelent foto.best regards from Gilberto from Portugal.

Written on 20/04/2021 by Gilberto Leonardo

I remember them flying over Manhattan in the 50's

Written on 20/04/2021 by Jose Villafane

Why is it that Russian aircraft are so ugly?
Great photo, though!

Written on 20/04/2021 by Jim Quinn

I have been looking for a good spot to photography aircraft arriving on Runway 5 at DSM four a long time. The area is very hilly with few public areas as most of the last in this area is either farmland, construction areas, or airport property. Recently I got a tip from another local spotter of a place and, we went and checked it out. It has great views of aircraft coming into land with minimum obstructions until about 500 feet down the runway. The spot is a parking lot for the headquarters of Electronic Power Products which is a company that makes relay and control panels particularly for wind turbines.

Written on 20/04/2021 by Dwight Hartje

No birds allowed !

Written on 20/04/2021 by William Crooker

Awesome photo Peter!

Written on 20/04/2021 by Tom Heaverlo

Nice looking Cessna

Written on 20/04/2021 by Tom Glass

@ken kemper, thanks! old girl was loud thats for sure!

Written on 20/04/2021 by Colin Carroll

WOW, that is vintage sailplane action! Nice

Written on 20/04/2021 by Tom Glass

Great shot of N640VA, Gary! I saw this aircraft in the Alaska Airlines livery in 2019.

Written on 20/04/2021 by Dwight Hartje

Great shot of this beautiful Delta 752, Gary! According to the registration this would make it a 75X configuration which is the lowest density 757 in the Delta Air Lines fleet typically used for trans-Atlantic flights. It is always a treat to fly one of these and have her come into Reno.

Written on 20/04/2021 by Dwight Hartje

thank you for the comment AB1946 I hope my picture you liked

Written on 20/04/2021 by franklin fernandez

Ex jet of the Ayrton Senna.

Written on 19/04/2021 by Herbert Fabiano Monfre Oliveira

Amazing Picture! Rip Northwest Air

Written on 19/04/2021 by Johnathan Guif

Wow beautiful Bonanza i want two LOL:-)

Written on 19/04/2021 by andré belleau

Nice photo of my plane by who ever took it!

Written on 19/04/2021 by Clifford Babb

Always love it when a Fifty Seven arrives. Currently, only Delta, Fed Ex and UPS bring 757s here but there is a possiblity that another pax carrier will begin using 757s here soon.

Written on 19/04/2021 by Gary Schenauer

Great shot of the third pilot/flight engineer position. "Flying Sideways". FE was a "peach" of an assignment for an enlisted man.

Written on 19/04/2021 by iffmode4

Nice shot, Gary!

Written on 19/04/2021 by Joseph Immermann

This is a stretched version, CV-5800, 16 feet or so longer than the -580. According to Wikipedia, six frames were converted from ex-military Convairs.

Written on 19/04/2021 by Peter Fuller

Chris, I'm interested in featuring your photo on the cover page of an aviation safety bulletin that I am writing. Please contact me at alex@atmesafety.com for more details. Thank you.

Written on 19/04/2021 by Alexander Grzelecki

Nice picture, it's a 321N though

Written on 19/04/2021 by tannerquinn2006

Now that's a real glass cockpit!

Written on 19/04/2021 by James Driskell

He's got lots of right rubber stomped in to offset the p-factor.

Written on 19/04/2021 by James Driskell

excellent photo !!

Written on 19/04/2021 by arnold schotten

If you take a close look at the "Operated by SkyWest" titles you can see it is painted over another title. This is where the "Operated by Express Jet" titles went. This was one of the last of around 20 ERJ-175-200LL to be delivered to Express Jet in 2019-early 2020. Sadly due to the pandemic United Airlines decided to terminate their contract with Express Jet which caused the airline to ceases operation in September 2020. All the former ExpressJet E175 were transferred to SkyWest. Fun fact is these SkyWest E175 are currently the only E175 in the new Evo Blue Paint Scheme for United Airlines.

Written on 19/04/2021 by Dwight Hartje

This must have been the Heritage Flight on Sunday 18APR21. As in the previous comment maybe it was during the week.

Written on 19/04/2021 by AB1946

I was at Sun'n'Fun KLAL, took lots of photos. I posted a photo of the Heritage Flight taken Saturday 17APR21. The A-10 Warthog in this photo was not the one at KLAL over the weekend, the one in my photo was grey. Did a different A-10 fly during the week?

Written on 19/04/2021 by AB1946

VP-FBB is registered to the British Antarctic Survey so maybe is or was based on the Falkland Islands.

Written on 19/04/2021 by Mark Harris

VP-F** registrations are for the Falkland Islands. Anyone know why this one is registered there?

Written on 19/04/2021 by Paul Wisgerhof

Unless of course, FA is accessing the GPS data in the photo to select the nearest 'airport'. I was standing closer to the Rockhampton Hospital than to the Rockhampton Airport, but that 737 certainly didn't take off from the Hospital Helipad.

Written on 19/04/2021 by Steve Vit

It seems we have a problem with the airport codes in FA. I've entered and saved YBRK numerous times only for it to revert to YXRK. Got a database glitch?

Written on 19/04/2021 by Steve Vit

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