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The second(?)777-9 appears in the background with her wingtips folded.

Written on 24/01/2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

This is not landing, but departure.

Written on 24/01/2020 by goodluck747400

Always loved your airborne shots Uwe, but this ... wow.

Written on 24/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Peek A Boo. I see you.........

Nope, can’t hide, we see you.....

Written on 24/01/2020 by James Simms

Pas Beechcraft---Balz Gunther W Pitts-12

Written on 24/01/2020 by andré belleau

Love me some T-38!

Written on 24/01/2020 by Doug Lewis

Nice shot of this classic PA24 Comanche 250 at Houston Executive.

Written on 24/01/2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

This is not a boneyard. This is Basler, right there at Oshkosh and these Gooney birds are going to a new lease on life.

Written on 24/01/2020 by John Gerty

Great shot! Brrrrrrrrrrrrr!

Written on 24/01/2020 by nycslc1

Nice clear shot! Awesome!

Written on 24/01/2020 by nycslc1

Thanks to all about the wing TANK, thought it might be a camera or something like that and I understand the logic of keeping the fuel away from the cabin in that situation and I like what Garrett said about the children ... now that was funny

Written on 24/01/2020 by Gerald Anderson

This is the Super Herc C-130J 130607
details at http://www.c-130.net/aircraft-database/C-130/airframe-profile/8651/

Written on 24/01/2020 by a mentor

I had a double stroke of very good fortune while capturing this AAY special paint. First, it arrived from Las Vegas over 20 minutes early so the sunlight was still perfect for photographing it. Had it arrived on time, the sun had gone down just far enough to be behind a bank of clouds over the Sierra Nevada so this Las Vegas Golden Knights special livery would have been landing in shady light. And second, I was positioned for 16R arrivals. Just as this one radioed in on base leg, the tower replied that the runways were being reversed due to a wind shift and arriving traffic would be landing on 34L. I could never have relocated in time. But the pilots of this one replied that they were close to turning final, and the tower advised them that they would be the last flight to be landing on 16R. Moments after this one landed, 34L became the runway in use.

Written on 24/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Garritt, you made my day. Thanks ☺

Written on 24/01/2020 by jet4ang

Awesome picture and badass bird!

Written on 24/01/2020 by jet4ang

yes, I noted the retirement -- but the C-5 AINT IT.

In addition to being a new aircraft the C-130J will bring greater performance to the job. The C-130J can fly up to ten percent farther than a C-130T, and carry more than fifty percent more cargo by weight.

Written on 24/01/2020 by a mentor

VERy distinctive photo! Beautiful airplane and very special ground cover.

Written on 24/01/2020 by BigAlOutWest

Gerald...That is where we put the children....

Written on 24/01/2020 by garritt

Being a DC-3 enthusiast, this is so sad to see the once queen of the sky's in the conditions they are in. It appears the one in the photo closest to the photographer has had it's wings removed from the fuselage. If these birds are getting turbo prop conversions, it will extend the cowlings and will no longer look like the classic DC-3.

Written on 24/01/2020 by George Hall

Beautiful!

Written on 24/01/2020 by missy kroll

Beautiful Falcon!

Written on 24/01/2020 by missy kroll

Beautiful Falcon!

Written on 24/01/2020 by missy kroll

Sweet picture. I didn't know KRDU has grass runways...LOL.

Written on 24/01/2020 by jet4ang

Hi Muchits, I'm confused regarding the winglets. Is the removal due to the lower weight of the aircraft?

Written on 24/01/2020 by jet4ang

Gorgeous shot and aircraft!

Written on 24/01/2020 by jet4ang

Looks like there is no one in the cockpit.

Written on 24/01/2020 by Mark Ryalls

Beautiful.

Written on 24/01/2020 by Mark Ryalls

Looks like a Riley turbo conversion

Written on 24/01/2020 by Lucca

I like the one in the far corner of the lot with the invasion stripes! Cool photo all around. Aluminum soul.

Written on 24/01/2020 by Fred Ogden

this is why your stuff arrives broken

Written on 24/01/2020 by Josh Edgar

DC-3 Graveyard, Sad to see

Written on 24/01/2020 by Peter Sayers

Nice picture of reverse thrusters

Written on 24/01/2020 by Peter Sayers

The tip tanks are actually the mains. They hold about 50 US gallons each. Early models had no fuel at all in the wings. It was considered a safety feature - keeping the fuel away from the cabin in the event of a crash. Later models have aux tanks in the wing and engine nacelles.

Written on 24/01/2020 by camorton

Aahhh, he’s doing 46...tops!! We’ll let him go....this time!!

Written on 24/01/2020 by Lonnie Penner

Soon his ‘eye’ will disappear. Enjoyed the comments almost as much as the picture. Zdenek, you have tons of great photos!

Written on 24/01/2020 by Lonnie Penner

Great shot as always. GSR sign looks pretty close.

Written on 24/01/2020 by Bill Vance

Making me feel old! I remember going to many of those airports in the Falcon! Often without a full load of packages!! 8+O

Written on 24/01/2020 by Jim Smirh

The speed limit sign makes the picture. 5 stars from me.

Written on 24/01/2020 by fholbert

Chino based F-86. Pretty common sight at Chino.

Written on 24/01/2020 by fholbert

And I even like the color. (;o)

Written on 24/01/2020 by George Bures

Makes me all nostalgic for Sky King.

Written on 24/01/2020 by George Bures

1969 M20B

Written on 24/01/2020 by Raymond Ritter

Departing Petaluma, CA flown by my Partner, Roger Bohl.

Written on 24/01/2020 by Raymond Ritter

Never a dumb question. Wing tip mounted fuel tanks. Don't recall capacity or how much incremental range they offered, but were the signature feature for the Sky Kings

Written on 24/01/2020 by John Chaparro

I hate to sound stupid... but what is the pod on the end of the wing? Very nice plane cool paint and I will keep an eye out for you,if you ever fly over Deer Park Texas that is

Written on 24/01/2020 by Gerald Anderson

Location: Mesa, AZ
Accident Number: WPR17FA155
Date & Time: 07/17/2017, 1652 MST
Registration: N571JM
Aircraft: Evolution 19 Lancair Evolution
Aircraft Damage: Substantial
Defining Event: Loss of control in flight
Injuries: 2 Fatal
RIP

Written on 24/01/2020 by gretnabear

Location: Centennial, CO
Accident Number: CEN17LA122
Date & Time: 02/18/2017, 1529 MST
Registration: N2702R
Aircraft: PIPER PA 28R-200
Aircraft Damage: Substantial
Defining Event: Loss of control in flight
Injuries:1 Serious, 1 Minor
Flight Conducted Under: Part 91: General Aviation - Instructional

Written on 24/01/2020 by gretnabear

Nice. Clean, and simple. Great photo too.

Written on 24/01/2020 by wylann

Thanks for the info Mark Henley!

Written on 24/01/2020 by Karl Jackson

Nice shot...

Written on 24/01/2020 by bigkahuna400

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