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Simply beautiful, she definitely looks as if she was designed and built only a few years ago. Thanks for the picture

Written on 22/10/2020 by chalet

Could you maybe give some more details of just where this is and what type of Aircraft are parked there please !!!!

Written on 22/10/2020 by Paul Miller

Keep them coming!

Written on 22/10/2020 by daniel jef

Good on ya Brian!

Written on 22/10/2020 by mike prendergast

Wow a Beechcraft Beechjet amphibious it's amazing.

Written on 22/10/2020 by andré belleau

A330 200

Written on 22/10/2020 by trembo A

I love this picture. Such beautiful simplicity caught in great detail.

Written on 22/10/2020 by John moffitt

They sure look heavy!

Written on 22/10/2020 by Toby Sharp

Love these old photos! Thanks for sharing Jim!

Written on 22/10/2020 by Toby Sharp

What a powerful shot!
I love mike's photos

Written on 22/10/2020 by Yuki Nakamura

Thanks a lot mike prendergast!!

Written on 22/10/2020 by Yuki Nakamura

Stellar Angle; Perfection!

Written on 22/10/2020 by Diana Rose

Perfect Snap!

Written on 22/10/2020 by Diana Rose

Nice Photo.. thanks for sharing.

Written on 22/10/2020 by sparkie624

I watched these bricks tear down the runway at DOW AFB in the 60's took a mile to reach rotation !

Written on 22/10/2020 by William Crooker

I have a 1935 Ford that would look right at home parked next to that beautiful DC-3

Written on 22/10/2020 by Al Bauer

Great capture mate!

Written on 22/10/2020 by Luca G

Oh yeah Mike got a hard on here :)

Written on 22/10/2020 by Brian Wilkes

Put both sides up.Well Re-Created!!

Written on 22/10/2020 by mike prendergast

Robert Mills - While the flying wing is an efficient design, it is also one that has some serious control challenges. I've expressed on another picture of this plane that it would be interesting to know how much of the development cost was attributed to the flight control issues. The tube and wing design used for commercial aircraft, while not as aerodynamically efficient is a relatively simple structure. I can't prove it, but I suspect that flight control issue accounted for a large chunk of development costs. If so, it would explain why commercial aircraft design hasn't gone down this path... .yet. Over the years, I have seen some prototype models of flying wings but there are no indications that they will become commercially viable in the near term.

Written on 22/10/2020 by David Plummer

To the uploader, fantastic picture of this beast. To the other poster...Before anyone builds a bigger, larger, longer... whatever of the AN-225, besides getting over some obvious manhood issues, it might be a good idea to make sure there is a market for such a development. This plane is amazing, but only one was completed and there doesn't seem to be a huge demand for the manufacturer to build more of them. They haven't been able to secure the funding necessary to complete the second airframe that is reported to be 60-70% complete. The world seemed to have managed without this aircraft for over a year leading into early 2020, so I'm not sure there is a meaningful market for more aircraft of this size.

Written on 22/10/2020 by David Plummer

Thanks Gavin,lucky we got it in good weather-maybe showing it to Sydney staff?

Written on 22/10/2020 by mike prendergast

Lovely photo Yuki!

Written on 22/10/2020 by mike prendergast

Great shot Caleb!

Written on 22/10/2020 by mike prendergast

Awesome Shot Robin!

Written on 21/10/2020 by John Giambone

Thanks, Christos!

Written on 21/10/2020 by Sumeet Chavan

Holy ****, what an incredible photo!

Written on 21/10/2020 by Gavin Hughes

That does indeed look good and of course a great photo. (Um, can you arrange for it to come over here - nah, not gonna happen).

Written on 21/10/2020 by Gavin Hughes

An absolutely glorious photo - color, lighting, spot on clarity of the aircraft -superbly done and what a hoot the story of the patient man. Top stuff all round.

Written on 21/10/2020 by Gavin Hughes

STOP THE AIRRAIDS!! FLYFXE.ORG/NOISEABATEMENT FOLLOW THE RULES

STOP TERRORIZING MY FAMILY!

Written on 21/10/2020 by youwillpay

That's a great catch!!

Written on 21/10/2020 by Lonnie Penner

Agree with Gavin, 5* all the way!!

Written on 21/10/2020 by Lonnie Penner

Super action shot!!

Written on 21/10/2020 by Lonnie Penner

Super photo...as always!! And as I was reading your comment Gary, I was thinking exactly what Tom's comment is!!

Written on 21/10/2020 by Lonnie Penner

STOP THE AIRRAIDS!! FLYFXE.ORG/NOISEABATEMENT

STOP TERRORIZING MY FAMILY!!

Written on 21/10/2020 by youwillpay

She looks good Brian!

Written on 21/10/2020 by mike prendergast

Isn't that a C-119?

Written on 21/10/2020 by John Buckley

This an FB-111A modified to An F-111G (nuclear capability removed). It is NOT an EF-111A as suggested by FA.

Written on 21/10/2020 by Gary Jones

Per FAA database, N450PA is a 747-46NF, circa 2000.

Written on 21/10/2020 by David Seider

Nice catch!!

Written on 21/10/2020 by Christos Psarras

OH YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!

Written on 21/10/2020 by Brian Wilkes

Whoaaa je reconnais la Tour Ville MArie!!!!! extra !!5* Vive le Canada!!!

Written on 21/10/2020 by serge LOTH

Paul,

Normally the NBK is built in Indonesia under licence since 2010 , except that the engines are Honeywellsame as BK117/B-2 LTS with better performances

Written on 21/10/2020 by serge LOTH

Amazing picture of a very reliable aircraft.. Good shot Gary..5*

Written on 21/10/2020 by serge LOTH

Good old one!!! by the way thank you to all engineers who still maintain these old warbirds in the world.. Without warbirds ;.. no Airshows..

Written on 21/10/2020 by serge LOTH

Hi Gary
Great set of pics (as usual). You might notice I've been a bit quiet of late, I decided to rather "bite my tongue" so to speak, rather than get banned from this site, so although I look at pics and read comments most every day, I restrict my commenting. That said, I just wanted to say that these are awesome pics, love the composition.
What's with the V-Stab / Rudder ?

Written on 21/10/2020 by Viv Pike

Just another day at work. Mountian flying and landing in 3’ of snow.

Written on 21/10/2020 by Jared Stowell

When was this photo taken?

Written on 20/10/2020 by Ryan Scottini

That was a Cessna 152 not a BE36

Written on 20/10/2020 by Ryan Scottini

John more like 34-35 years old. contract date was FY84 came off the line late 85 to mid 86

Written on 20/10/2020 by robin guess

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