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Written on 21-01-2021 by CHRIS ROBEY

Thanks Andre Blanchard
Regards

Written on 20-01-2021 by Manuel EstevezR

Muchas gracias Diana Rose
Regards

Written on 20-01-2021 by Manuel EstevezR

Thank you Theresa.

Written on 20-01-2021 by rwb2112

Thanks Bob, and that is correct plus it's just over 50 years old.

Written on 20-01-2021 by rwb2112

Thanks Brian, hopefully you can catch it when it's done with maintenance.

Thank you Peter.

Written on 20-01-2021 by rwb2112

Thanks Tom!

Written on 20-01-2021 by rwb2112

what type of aircraft is Mike Pence using? I would safely assume it is Boeing but is it 757?

Written on 20-01-2021 by arozakid

Superb catch Gary! I am so envious of this one as I've never photographed an Egypt Government Aircraft. Ty for sharing! All 5 my friend!

Written on 20-01-2021 by Darryl Sarno

I believe the correct designation is a DC-8-72 (not a dash70). It is operated by NASA as an Airborne Science platform.
Beautiful picture.

Written on 20-01-2021 by Bob Curry

Excellen photograph RWB . as most of your shots are . Air Canada had a number of them in their fleet and I still recall my flights out of Montreal to Vancouver , London etc . always pleasant and comfortable .

Written on 20-01-2021 by peter tomlinson

That is a good looking Falcon

Written on 20-01-2021 by Chris Collinsworth

lol thank you

Written on 20-01-2021 by Chris Collinsworth

It will be interesting to see if new planes will still be operating 30 years down the road. There are tons of McDonnell Douglas & old Boeing aircraft still operating. They really built these birds well. I guess its from that era where everything was overbuilt and engineered.

Written on 20-01-2021 by Spencer Hoefer

I hope that they reverse the paint chose of the new 747s being built nd keep it as they are now.. just beautiful!

Written on 20-01-2021 by ADXbear

I always thought the "Stretch 8" was a nice-looking aircraft. Simple, but elegant. Rode one to and from SEA.

Written on 20-01-2021 by Jim Quinn

Thank you Andre!

Written on 20-01-2021 by Koson Verkler

**Caption** Almost mounted on the pole

Written on 20-01-2021 by Andre Blanchard

Nice shot!

Written on 20-01-2021 by Andre Blanchard

Awesome capture of beauty!!!!

Written on 20-01-2021 by theresa robertson

We certified ADS-B on this C-32 (flying) in the summer of 2018.

Written on 20-01-2021 by Fred von Zabern

Well done! Glad the USPS signs were still up then.

Written on 20-01-2021 by Phil Brooks

Great shot, love the full frame view!

Written on 20-01-2021 by Tom Glass

2 in one. Great catch!

Written on 20-01-2021 by Larry Toler

Sorry for correction, actually PK-CML

Written on 20-01-2021 by Zico Ramadhan

Ostrava, Czech Republic, is a cargo airport. Note this bird has been converted to an "F" version.

Written on 20-01-2021 by Paul Wisgerhof

Gorgeous Bird!

Written on 20-01-2021 by Spencer Hoefer

wow, nice photo. where was the mustang coming from ?

Written on 20-01-2021 by William O

Perfect timing! lol

Written on 19-01-2021 by Brian Carlin

Excellent catches of the NASA jets! I wish I could have been there for that DC8.

Written on 19-01-2021 by Brian Carlin

Thanks Richard! It's great when you catch a unique suprise like this one with perfect conditions.

Written on 19-01-2021 by Brian Carlin

Great photo!

Written on 19-01-2021 by Andre Blanchard

Fantastic shot

Written on 19-01-2021 by Andre Blanchard

Wow! I live in Albany and didn't know this came in way back in 2010! What was this here for? Charter or super high demand?

Written on 19-01-2021 by Hudson Garber

This is the first photo of SU-BTT to be presented in the FA picture gallery.

Written on 19-01-2021 by Gary Schenauer

@ Diana Rose thank you!

Written on 19-01-2021 by daniel jef

"Too close for missiles, I'm switching to guns"

Written on 19-01-2021 by iffmode4

What a classic shot. Should be used for an aircraft calendar

Written on 19-01-2021 by iffmode4

I recall my father in law telling me how they would de-ice the wings on Frontier/Western aircraft back in the 1950's 1960's at SLC. The ground crews would use a length of thick hawser rope thrown over the wing and 2 men would see-saw it across the length of the wing breaking up the ice and snow.

Written on 19-01-2021 by iffmode4

Thank you Robert...............

Appreciate your comment.

Written on 19-01-2021 by ken kemper

Central Florida’s boom-real estate trends

Written on 19-01-2021 by Jan Wegrzyn

Fantastic shot

Written on 19-01-2021 by Andre Blanchard

Gorgeous!!!

Written on 19-01-2021 by Andre Blanchard

Junk Cars ?

Written on 19-01-2021 by William Crooker

Stellar Shot! *****

Written on 19-01-2021 by Diana Rose

That is one wealthy Russian!

Written on 19-01-2021 by Tom Glass

Superb photographic angle of this B-744.
Also, Thai Airlines logo fits perfect with its flying mission.

Written on 19-01-2021 by ROBERT MILLS JR

The flight history shows this aircraft being much under-utilized.
Great photograph of de-icing operations.

Written on 19-01-2021 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Brian Elling. Thank you, oh those memories did see the Skyblazers with the F-86 in the mid 1950s. I think 1955, 1956 and also when they switched to the F-100. Each time at Ypenburg AB near the Hague, The Netherlands.

Written on 19-01-2021 by Kurt Finger

Lots of classic pictures Tom. Looks like you've been a spotter for a long time.

Written on 19-01-2021 by chris lucak

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