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That’s not a AN-26, that’s a AN-12.

Written on 21-07-2018 by Torsten Hoff

Thank you all for the comments....Silverio, i was kidding on the 'foot'...!! LOL

Written on 21-07-2018 by Tom Vance

TYVM Gman__ I saw 727-1s and 727-2s at SJC frequently, I'd guess they had between 5 & 10 727s over the years and were frequent to SJC...

Written on 21-07-2018 by Tom Vance

jobeard - This helicopter is a Westland Whirlwind HAR.10 powered by a Bristol Siddeley Gnome turboshaft engine... and yes, a derivative of the Sikorsky S-55/H-19 Chickasaw design. :-)

Written on 21-07-2018 by cliff731

s2eroids? haha

Written on 21-07-2018 by Glenn Mottley

schönes Bild! Flugzeugtyp ist eine 737 MAX 8 (Kürzel bei FlightAware: B38M)

Written on 21-07-2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Where is this?

Written on 21-07-2018 by Jill Hittinger

geiles Bild, Tommy

Written on 21-07-2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

What is this location?

Written on 21-07-2018 by Jill Hittinger

What is the story?

Written on 21-07-2018 by Jill Hittinger

What is the story?

Written on 21-07-2018 by Jill Hittinger

Sikorsky H-19

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sikorsky_H-19_Chickasaw

Written on 21-07-2018 by jobeard

wow. Never saw anything like this. Thank you for the nice pic.
Please thank the firefighter pilots for their service!

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

What is this?

Written on 21-07-2018 by Jill Hittinger

love it. How many shark types is Southwest hosting in their livery?

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

Hawker Hurricane

Written on 21-07-2018 by jobeard

nice shot!

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

nice shot!

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

Very nice re-use of an "old livery" ---Allegheny Air Lines one of the foundation regional carriers that became US Air(ways).... then enfolded into American Air lines.

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

Very nice re-use of an "old livery" ---Allegheny Air Lines one of the foundation regional carriers that became US Air(ways).... then enfolded into American Air lines.

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

I think it is cool!

Written on 21-07-2018 by Jill Hittinger

Love this purple!

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

Love this purple!

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

Very interesting esp to this non-pilot.
Thank you for such a good thoughtful pic.

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

Cool thanks!

Written on 21-07-2018 by billhpp

LOVE IT!

Written on 21-07-2018 by marylou anderson

What plane?

Written on 21-07-2018 by Jill Hittinger

This is not a B-29 Superfortress. THis is a B-17G Flying Fortress

Written on 21-07-2018 by Herbie Manuputy

Do you have a capture date?

Written on 21-07-2018 by El Kabong

Belle photo d'un Jettream rentrant le train... pas mal!!

Written on 21-07-2018 by serge LOTH

Thanks. Lucky to catch it right on sunset.

Written on 21-07-2018 by warthog84

Thanks!!

Written on 21-07-2018 by warthog84

Beautiful photo. But looks like N842WC... not N1094A...

Written on 21-07-2018 by Glenn Abel

OMG That is increadible

Written on 21-07-2018 by Luke Thomas

Amazing Photo well done!!!!!

Written on 21-07-2018 by Luke Thomas

She is a great looking 747!

Written on 21-07-2018 by Aaron Kunz

Great picture, I wish I could take pictures like that!

Written on 21-07-2018 by Luke Thomas

Oh... it's to bad why you pick this picture??
😤

Written on 21-07-2018 by 은수 박

I saw this ac overfly my home (I live about 4 miles NW of MCO) after its take off from ORL enroute to MIA this morning - Sat 07-21-2018. Beautiful view as it overflew north end of MCO at about 3000". Fly On!

Written on 21-07-2018 by Muszynski

Nice shot. Single point refuelling became available later on the Lear 31A.

Written on 21-07-2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

My kind of Pilot!!

Written on 21-07-2018 by Kenny Schulte

SHORTS 360, Not sure why it is showing up under Lear 35 pics?!?!

Written on 21-07-2018 by Kenny Schulte

Line guy fueling in khakis? HAHA good job crew!!

Written on 21-07-2018 by Kenny Schulte

Good to see you back, Gary!

Written on 21-07-2018 by Sabian404

Charlie: Excuse me, Lieutenant. Is there something wrong?
Maverick: Yes ma'am, the data on the MiG is inaccurate.
Charlie: How's that, Lieutenant?
Maverick: Well, I just happened to see a MiG 28 do a...
Goose: We!
Maverick: Uh, sorry, Goose. *We* happened to see a MiG 28 do a 4g negative dive.
Charlie: Where did you see this?
Maverick: Uh, that's classified.
Charlie: It's what?
Maverick: It's classified. I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.

Charlie: So, lieutenant, where exactly were you?
Maverick: Well, we...
Goose: Thank you.
Maverick: Started up on a 6, when he pulled from the clouds, and then I moved in above him.
Charlie: Well, if you were directly above him, how could you see him?
Maverick: Because I was inverted.
Iceman: [coughs whilst saying] Bullshit.
Goose: No, he was man. It was a really great move. He was inverted.
Charlie: You were in a 4g inverted dive with a MiG28?
Maverick: Yes, ma'am.
Charlie: At what range?
Maverick: Um, about two meters.
Goose: It was actually about one and a half I think. It was one and a half. I've got a great Polaroid of it, and he's right there, must be one and a half.
Maverick: Was a nice picture.
Goose: Thanks.
Charlie: Eh, lieutenant, what were you doing there?
Goose: Communicating.
Maverick: Communicating. Keeping up foreign relations. You know, giving him the bird!
Goose: [Charlie looks puzzled, so Goose clarifies] You know, the finger
Charlie: Yes, I know the finger, Goose.
Goose: I-I'm sorry, I hate it when it does that, I'm sorry. Excuse me.

Written on 21-07-2018 by James Simms

Is the tail number correct?Because IT shows it to be a crj 200?

Written on 21-07-2018 by Cris Lambert

About 1995 the Columbian Air Force (FAC) was using these birds out from Leticia Airport against FARC guerrillas and Narcos flights. Don't know if they still fly them.

Written on 21-07-2018 by Angel Ruiz

Nice pik Henry and awesome aircraft type: > SPIT

Written on 20-07-2018 by Jose Barth

This photo has a double FA watermark as it was previously uploaded by FA member Ron Hallman five (5) years ago. You will clearly see the double watermark if you click on the "medium" photo size button.

Here's Ron's original photo upload...

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/164147-24abb30349bc6055abd2422c8a0d96094545216d/aircraft/CFKCS/sort/date/page/1

Written on 20-07-2018 by cliff731

Awesome photo.

Written on 20-07-2018 by Andre Blanchard

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