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Russia, Antonov, only built one of these. The only one in the world. Wonder how many pounds of fuel it takes to fill the An-225s fuel tanks?

Written on 14/08/2018 by Harry Ellett

Canadian restored "British" Lancaster. Seen previously at Oshkosh in 2015 in static mode only at that time. This is a great photo!

Written on 14/08/2018 by Alan Brown

Great photo! Thanks for the memory!

Written on 14/08/2018 by Alan Brown

schönes Bild

Written on 14/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Yes a de-registered experimental aircraft used for engine testing, parked at Willow Run Airport, in Ypsilanti near to Detroit. I've taken this photo on August 2018.

Written on 14/08/2018 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

Mark it came in around 3:30 on July 18th

Written on 14/08/2018 by aaron miles

danke!

Written on 14/08/2018 by Juan Bianchi

danke Greg!

Written on 14/08/2018 by Juan Bianchi

Many thanks to all !!!

Written on 14/08/2018 by Сергей Коньков

Nice catch Aaron! When was this??

Written on 13/08/2018 by Mark Thomas

Isaac, do let me know when you're coming up to YYZ, I'd be happy to show you around. Starting this weekend (Aug 18th) we get Emirates 5 times a week so we are looking forward to some of the more colourful A380's but I'm sure there'll be something interesting for you to catch!!

Written on 13/08/2018 by Mark Thomas

Reminds me of the twin Ercoupe.

Written on 13/08/2018 by peterjp5

Fixed, thanks!

Written on 13/08/2018 by peterjp5

That plane needs a wash!

Written on 13/08/2018 by peterjp5

I've logged a couple of hours in a 182. definitely a great honest airplane.

Written on 13/08/2018 by peterjp5

Great photo, it always seems to be storming there, my flights got delayed or cancelled three times in a row last time I traveled there.

Written on 13/08/2018 by peterjp5

huh, a moment when it is not raining or storming at Charlotte, nice capture!

Written on 13/08/2018 by peterjp5

Marylou, it was dirty!(Won't fit thru the car wash)!!

Written on 13/08/2018 by jim garrity

If only they made the "4 holer-blower",when I was flying! (I was a 3-holer-driver,27 of course)!!

Written on 13/08/2018 by jim garrity

I absolutely love that photo. Simply beautiful!

Written on 13/08/2018 by Nadine M

Another great shot, but aircraft type is just "789".

Written on 13/08/2018 by Isaac Vogelzang

Stephen - enter MYS4 for "Aircraft Type" in the "Photo Tags" box.

Written on 13/08/2018 by cliff731

Great shot! The registration is actually C-GXRW, not C-GXHM.

Written on 13/08/2018 by Isaac Vogelzang

Awesome! Very cool shot! The 767-400 is an interesting aircraft, being so rare, and also probably deemed a "commercial failure".

Written on 13/08/2018 by Isaac Vogelzang

Awesome shot Mark! Just saw this one, and I love it! I will be in YYZ in October, hopefully I'll see something cool.

Written on 13/08/2018 by Isaac Vogelzang

Hi Peter, both this and the Plus Ultra A340 were taken as they were on short finals for runway 23. Here they are both about to cross Airport Road and drop down behind the fence for touch down. Just north of the Petro Canada station there’s a 3 story parking garage (which you can no longer drive into) and next to that a grass mound. That mound is just high enough to allow you to shoot the aircraft without the adjacent building in your shot. Venture up to the top of the parking structure and you’ll have unobstructed view down 23. I use a 70-200 but on my crop-sensor body I can’t quite squeeze a 777-300 into the frame so I settle for these 3/4 shots! There’s room to back up for the longer planes. When I had my 100-400 I used to get nice touchdown shots on 23.
Thanks!

Written on 13/08/2018 by Mark Thomas

Very intresting catch! This was the bird that crashed in BRU a few years back.

Written on 13/08/2018 by Max W

Stephen - this is a photo of a Dassault Mystère IV fighter-bomber aircraft.

Written on 13/08/2018 by cliff731

Great framing John! Always nice to see the city skyline with airplanes.

Written on 13/08/2018 by HAKLS

Toller Schuss, schlechte Farben! Es ist ein "Daink" Bild!

Written on 13/08/2018 by Isaac Vogelzang

I don't think so. Try a SAAB 340

Written on 13/08/2018 by Jim Monaco

nice catch

Written on 13/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice shot

Written on 13/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

great shot

Written on 13/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

klasse!

Written on 13/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

perfektes Licht

Written on 13/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

ganz frisch

Written on 13/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

thanks ken

Written on 13/08/2018 by Brian Buckley

This is a B-17, not 29...

Written on 13/08/2018 by Max W

Nice photo of an F35.

Written on 13/08/2018 by Leon Kay

Mark.......another great shot . I am guessing your vantage point is on Caravelle .

Written on 13/08/2018 by peter tomlinson

Mark.........excellent shot . Where is your vantage point and what lens are you using ?
I am mostly on Caravelle and use a 70-200 .

Written on 13/08/2018 by peter tomlinson

Interesting looking aircraft! Thank you for the information on the designer and the use of this aircraft.

Written on 13/08/2018 by Alan Brown

that is an excellent shot

Written on 13/08/2018 by peter tomlinson

@ Hugh S . . . . if I may ask, approx. when did you fly in a B-18?

Written on 13/08/2018 by Dan Chiasson

Thank you Mark !

Written on 13/08/2018 by ken kemper

Thank you for a nice photo and informative comment.

Written on 13/08/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you for sharing a very nice photo.

Written on 13/08/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you for a good photo and informative comment.

Written on 13/08/2018 by Leon Kay

Nice photo. I must agree that this Russian aircraft looks very similar to the British Vickers VC 10. As children we were very impressed to watch the VC 10 aircraft that first lifted the front section at an angle before taking off. This was totally new to us as the only Jet Liner that visited our local South African airport before that were the Boeing 707's that used to lift off gradually.

Written on 13/08/2018 by Leon Kay

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