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That looks like Newport, RI below Rob.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tim Bulin

Looked like the north side of Pevine for a minute.

Written on 04/12/2020 by john cook

That plane is too beautiful, he visited us as a charter flight for a soccer team from our country that debuted a game with the Honduran team, without a doubt, a very attractive aircraft for us spotters.

Written on 04/12/2020 by José David Villarreal Cordero

In the shadow of the everlasting hills.The majestic Wasatch Mountains.

Written on 04/12/2020 by iffmode4

Hi John. I used to work for you and your Dad at Southland Battery. I posted another picture of N36475 I took the day we went up from KGKY many long years ago.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Don Fitzgerald

Looks Like A Fun One To Manuver.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Jay Tibbetts

Great photo James but this airplane's registration is N827AN and not N872AN.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tony Erni

Awesome.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tori Warden

Gary, after reviewing my post of the "Boeing MD 11" and subsequent response to your comments, I now realize how innocuous your comments were meant to be. My interpretation was out of line. I offer my apology. I enjoy your comments and knowledge of aircraft. Also, good photographers have a real knack for being in the right place at the right time, your photos clearly indicate you have the "knack". HATS OFF!

Written on 04/12/2020 by iffmode4

It is so good to see Football Charter season is back! Here in BIG 12 country our teams charter United 737-900. I hope to see one before the season is over. Great shot of the Sun Country charter, Gary!

Written on 04/12/2020 by Dwight Hartje

Nice catch, Zdenek!

Written on 04/12/2020 by Greg Byington

Thanks, Gary! Aircraft on static display in a museum are not usually very exciting, but the history they represent is often very interesting. And this one is pretty rare. Thanks again!

Written on 04/12/2020 by Greg Byington

Back in the 50's I used to fly on Bonanza Airlines DC-3s from the Imperial Valley California to San Diego once a month for medical treatments. That aircraft will always have a special place in my heart. Thanks for the beautiful photo.

Written on 04/12/2020 by DOUGLAS HOLT

That's a very nice looking aircraft. Well done, Gary!

Written on 04/12/2020 by Greg Byington

What is the device on the left wing tip?

Written on 04/12/2020 by chugheset

Is it me or is the right seat occupant wearing a mask? Now that is COVID-conscious.

Written on 04/12/2020 by chugheset

Damn, I haven't seen a 200 series since I worked for Piedmont!

Written on 04/12/2020 by chugheset

The real "Con Air"

Written on 04/12/2020 by chugheset

Do the horses have to keep the center seat open and wear masks?

Written on 04/12/2020 by chugheset

Aircraft is a 1941 Taylorcraft BC12 not A Cessna 152

Written on 04/12/2020 by John Stewart

Aircraft is a Taylorcraft BC12 1941 NOT a Cessna 152 (not my mistake)

Written on 04/12/2020 by John Stewart

west of Tampa, maybe. You cannot be over the Gulf AND east of Tampa

Written on 04/12/2020 by blueashflyer

Flying the horses is a great time the handlers are fantastic and loading went really well. Best passengers I have ever had.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Greg Richmond

Thank you DD. Yes, very sad.

Written on 04/12/2020 by John Marotta

Thank you PLC

Written on 04/12/2020 by John Marotta

Great picture. I miss seeing these jets but don't miss how loud they were! I had an apartment in the late 80's just Southeast of DFW airport across the highway. Roommates and I would just stop talking as 727's would fly overhead on departure. I could suffer 1 every now and then I guess ;) .

Written on 04/12/2020 by Richard Tomancik

Harison Ford destroyed his with an engine-out on first takeoff after a repair -- real bummer!

Written on 04/12/2020 by a mentor

That is a heated plate for winter ops. Prior to TKS all Caravans operating in icing conditions were required to have them.

Written on 04/12/2020 by MS1361

Boggie was a waist gunner so he's never up front :-)

Written on 04/12/2020 by a mentor

This is a 747-8F !!

Written on 04/12/2020 by Andrea Gentilini

How does the nose gear retract with the external centerline fuel tank in the way??

Written on 04/12/2020 by Todd Skoro

Really pretty paint scheme.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tom Glass

Wow, great shot

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tom Glass

Beautiful sunset photo.

Written on 04/12/2020 by flitton

why black and white?

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tommy The Shibe

Nice 'action' shot. Both of this week's 727's have been 'hush-kitted' to be good neighbors!

Written on 04/12/2020 by adelma

Cargo Queen

Written on 04/12/2020 by renato basso

Si, es un B732 ... seguro por error escribí 737, en lugar de B732 ... ya que la subí 2 veces. Saludos

Written on 04/12/2020 by Justin DV

In my earliest airline days, my airline flew many kinds of livestock and equine charters on DC8-63 aircraft fitted out with individual stalls, including a sling on a rail running the length of the fuselage ceiling so that the onboard veterinary doctor or horse "tenders" could reach each stall to feed or check each horse for any distress. A number of these flights travelled from Kentucky and East Coast US farms to Sydney, Australia. Long flight with multiple tech stops including CYVR, which is where I was involved. Although thoroughbreds are known to be quite high-strung, our safe delivery rate was 100%

Written on 04/12/2020 by Brian McKiernan

Big & bigger! Great shot!

Written on 04/12/2020 by adelma

Nice shot; looks 'low' to have gear fully up?

Written on 04/12/2020 by adelma

Probably coming in for the National Finals Rodeo this week.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Charles Mills

Can't be easy loading horses onto a 727. Wonder how they react to the altitude.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tobias Heller

N62TX, 1963 Cessna O-1E Bird Dog

Written on 04/12/2020 by jesse kyzer

Sun rise or Sun set; wonderful pic. !

Written on 04/12/2020 by Ken Fedder

WOW!!

Written on 04/12/2020 by jesse kyzer

Another CLASSIC shot of B-58 "HUSTLER"

Written on 04/12/2020 by jesse kyzer

Now that is a wonderful body for a personal aircraft !! Wonderful coloration as well.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Ken Fedder

CLASSIC shot of B-58 "HUSTLER"

Written on 04/12/2020 by jesse kyzer

The Tug Is Winning!

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tom Glass

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