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Wow Paul, That's surprising. I would expect a large jet like this to easily be able to cross the atlantic...

Written on 22/06/2018 by Max W

C-GDLG · Aero L-29 Delfin · Acer Cold War Museum · Ottawa - Carp (CYRP)

Written on 22/06/2018 by Pierre Cantin

I’d love to be there, Tranquility Base.

Written on 22/06/2018 by David Edwards

Pas un Piaggio c'est un LANCAIR

Written on 22/06/2018 by andré belleau

Thank You Guys!

Written on 22/06/2018 by Danny Kahra

Yes, that's one of two the identical aircraft that would receive the call sign 'Airforce One' when the president is onboard.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Al Di Jorio

What a great capture, Steve. I'd had no knowledge of this unique airport until I saw your pic here. Every community has homes with cars in the driveway; this is the only one I've seen with planes in their driveways. ***** and Thanks for posting this. (Wave)

Written on 22/06/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks for your Wow comment Jason.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Martin Dighton

Cheers B.L. thanks for your comment...yup it's a great Airshow.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Martin Dighton

Hi jobeard, thank you for your information, in aviation it's always well coming, have a nice rides !

Written on 22/06/2018 by Jose Barth

Thanks Kilrah for your sleek comment.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Martin Dighton

No, not fake. Pepsi had a Concorde repainted as a promotional tool.

https://youtu.be/YE6bcTdW-1E

Written on 22/06/2018 by Torsten Hoff

Incredible pic! Just Wow!

Written on 22/06/2018 by Jason Belanger

As the name suggests, "Whitelighting" was white with red trim. Frequently appeared at the Reno Air Races.

Written on 22/06/2018 by jobeard

Location? Seem to recall E of Sacramento in the foothills

Written on 22/06/2018 by jobeard

Must've been photographed at BFI or REN?......737's aren't painted at PAE. Also "City of Renton" was the name of the first B38M. Nice foto but origin is suspicious.

Written on 22/06/2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

You have to wonder how old this pic is. The registration was canceled some time ago. But wait...it's Alaska where the main rule is: There are no rules.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Martin Coddington

rotate please :)

Written on 22/06/2018 by jobeard

Ohio's countryside is quite different from the desert landscape in my home stomping grounds. Rickenbacker looked very neat and tidy in this peaceful green setting.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Great Photo. Serenity.

Written on 22/06/2018 by jthyland

FAKE NEWS!!!!!!!

Written on 22/06/2018 by Charles Peele

This 777 shown (if it's B-KPF) is a B777-300, NOT a 200 Series.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Andrew Strachan

I always look at FlightAware's pics. Love them. But sick of looking at planes with Boeing or Airbus painted on the side. Really; how many 737's taking off, landing or just parked does one need?

Photos like this one are the best!! And that's a great photo.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Art Murray

Thanks for the info. I know that a lot of the Avengers were used for agriculture and water bombers, but was not aware of the registration differences.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Lonnie Perkins

Fabulous!

Written on 22/06/2018 by rogera1b

awesoms shot!

Written on 22/06/2018 by Anthony Sclafani

The garrison (star portion of the flag) always faces forward. That is why it looks backwards, but it is correct.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Wes Foster

foto bien lograda

Written on 22/06/2018 by RICARDO PARDO

Thanks Tim

Written on 22/06/2018 by John Marotta

@Colin @Leon, it was from a LAX tour Helicopter.

Written on 22/06/2018 by indiresha

Apparently it is only Air Force 1 when the aircraft is carrying the USA President.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Leon Kay

Technically a Boeing VC-25A of which there are two, the other one being 28000. It's only designated as Air Force One when the POTUS is on board.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Alan Hume

The "L" in the registration indicates the aircraft is licensed in the "limited" category. According to the FAA, it is licensed in the "agriculture and pest control" instead of "exhibition" category. The original restorer in 1976 apparently used it for spraying.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

Seems to be absolutely dwarfing the QantasLink Dash 8-300 taxiing in the background, but of course it's somewhat further away, despite the A380's shadow effectively covering it a moment after this shot was taken. Wonder what the pax on the Dash 8 thought as the huge shadow flashed across them?

Written on 22/06/2018 by Alan Hume

Awesome...wish I was there!

Written on 22/06/2018 by B. L. Goodman

Thank you Colin for providing us with that feedback.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Leon Kay

Yes, me too.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Leon Kay

It appears that the latest colourful Tattoo craze has also spilled over to the aviation industry as well.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Leon Kay

Yikes! Is that a common thing at GA airfields? Thanks for the link Tom!

Written on 22/06/2018 by Mark Thomas

Indiresha, I'd love to know how you were able to get this angle.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Colin Seftel

Chalet, according to Wikipedia, the dimensions are:
RC135: length 136ft 3in, wingspan 130ft 10in.
B707-120B: length 145ft 1in, wingspan 130ft 10in
B720: length 136ft 2in, wingspan 130ft 10in

Written on 22/06/2018 by Colin Seftel

Yes, this appears to be a very heavy landing. The advantage of not carrying passengers is that nobody will complain about such a landing!

Written on 22/06/2018 by Leon Kay

Alan, according to Airfleets.net, Air France is no longer operating B747s, so this must be an old photo. The fleet is mostly Airbus, but they do have 70 777s and 6 787s.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Colin Seftel

Nice photo of a great aircraft. It's a pity that they are starting to be phased out already.

Written on 22/06/2018 by Leon Kay

oh?

Written on 22/06/2018 by Tim Parker

Flag reversed ??
This is the flag on the right side of the vertical stabilizer...
Have a look on internet on the left side of the plane... the flag looks on the right way.

Now imagine that the flag is at the top of a mast with the wind coming from the cockpit towards the rear of the plane : both are in the right way!

Written on 22/06/2018 by Luc Barbier

Leon, the reason the flag looks reversed is because it is om the right side of the aircraft. The star field is situated like it is on a flagpole with the flag flying in the wind.

Written on 22/06/2018 by mikepro0517

Oh yes : Lockheed C-130 Hercules (16-6765)...
See : https://flightaware.com/photos/view/563408-9482fc06e3118cb516ed2b391a36f990b8fe1c5f

Written on 22/06/2018 by Luc Barbier

So sleek and clean!!

Written on 22/06/2018 by Kilrah

Awesome smoky landing!!

Written on 22/06/2018 by Kilrah

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