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corrected, it's a 321 typed the model wrong

Written on 03/21/2023 by Jose Mariano Rodríguez Rodríguez

Come on Dave. I want to see when you are taking the bird out.

Written on 03/21/2023 by Andrew Schenavar

@ John Giambone yes it is thank you!

Written on 03/21/2023 by daniel jef

Where’d ya take this photo from?

Written on 03/21/2023 by Hutton Rose


Written on 03/21/2023 by DeepCoder

This is in San Antonio’s KSAT, not KLAS

Written on 03/21/2023 by Jared Maurtua

April 1954. Ex G-ANGJ/T6397

Written on 03/21/2023 by John moffitt

N6592L not N6529L (-8 I submitted a photo for 29L because this one showed up for the C152 based out of KMTN and boy was that confusing. Good lucking bird here and love a float plane!

Written on 03/21/2023 by drabine

Lots of Triple 7's this week.

Written on 03/21/2023 by Al Miller

Definitely a KC-135R.

Written on 03/21/2023 by George General

Cool Shot Daniel!

Written on 03/21/2023 by John Giambone

tolles Foto und eine interessante Geschichte

Written on 03/21/2023 by hans beator

Larry Toler your right about Southern Air using L-100's. They also used regular ex military C-130's. But Not just the Boeing 707. They had Douglas DC-8's and some of the DC-8 "Super 70 Series" Same aircraft but instead of just Pratt & Whitney JT-3 engines. It had GE CFM-56 engines. Plus Boeing 747-200's

Written on 03/21/2023 by William L. Pickett Jr.


Written on 03/20/2023 by John Giambone

Very Cool shot Elise!

Written on 03/20/2023 by John Giambone

What an interesting capture. Nicely done.

Written on 03/20/2023 by Ronald Mullins

I got to ride in my first KC-135 in Jan '66 while going on R&R to Japan from Tan-Son Nhuyet, VN. A sweet flight!

Written on 03/20/2023 by John Middaugh

Serge: Thanks for your service!

Written on 03/20/2023 by John Middaugh

A memorable combination. Thanks for sharing.

Written on 03/20/2023 by John Middaugh

Just waiting for someone to "kick the tire and light the fire."

Written on 03/20/2023 by John Middaugh

Awesome looking Cessna!

Written on 03/20/2023 by Tony Watkins

Simply beautiful!

Written on 03/20/2023 by Donna Yost

Nice. jmorgan. A 5.

Written on 03/20/2023 by Lewis Tripp

The scenery is amazing!

Written on 03/20/2023 by George Maidens

Even in the thumbnail, I said “Hey that’s Bozeman!” It’s definitely still winter here.

Written on 03/20/2023 by Hannah Clark

Photo shown is of N389FR

Written on 03/19/2023 by Brian Porter

Possibly the last time that United had a livery that was cohesive and smart.

Written on 03/19/2023 by jeff slack

Wonderful !!

Written on 03/19/2023 by Andrea Gentilini

Great photo!! I “graduated” from Ft Dix in 1965. Great memories!

Written on 03/18/2023 by Steven H Wilcox

Fantastic shot Gary. Also the TAC F5 and the Super Hornet at NAS Fallon!

Written on 03/18/2023 by CHRIS ROBEY

Regardless of the equipment you use, you have really creative vision when it comes to framing the pic before snapping it. You also include many different angles and subjects within a photo. Keep up the good work.

Written on 03/18/2023 by D Kaufman

Nice picture! Glad to see my old plane is still looking good!!!

Written on 03/18/2023 by Sikesma

Super Tanque. Lindo .

Written on 03/18/2023 by Jose Flavio DE SOUZA

This is N328KK, not N329KK.

Written on 03/18/2023 by Cook399

updated BAE146 - no?

Written on 03/18/2023 by James Eaton

WOW That's a great one :)

Written on 03/18/2023 by Udew Deesara

Nice Pic :)

Written on 03/18/2023 by Udew Deesara

Why is there a bucket under the fuselage? Is this $8 million helicopter leaking oil?

Written on 03/18/2023 by fhvned

An empty back seat. So sad

Written on 03/18/2023 by Rick D

Great shot!💓
I know EXACTLY where this was taken!

Written on 03/18/2023 by Richard Ashley

Great shot. I would like to clarify the earlier comment. The background is not Camelback Mountain. It is the Papago Buttes with has a much redder rock. Camelback Mountain is also a longer range than the more compact Papago Buttes. Both are beautiful in their own ways.

I also love the perspective of the "ramper". Years ago, I worked for FedEx and it was the first time I ever had the perspective of looking up at an aircraft instead of out at one from the terminal. It is totally different.

Written on 03/18/2023 by David Plummer

I learned to fly in one of these...six carrier landings...

Written on 03/17/2023 by Vic Wintriss

Taken the day I sold the plane before seeing it flying away.

Written on 03/17/2023 by Ted Halpin

Beautiful sky, matching the Mooney's paint . . .

Written on 03/17/2023 by adelma

Spectacular lineup. Looking great for airplanes that are 80 years old!!

Written on 03/17/2023 by adelma

Beautiful! What a sunset.

Written on 03/17/2023 by adelma

Nice shot. An 'oldey' but a 'goodey'. Built in 1979.

Written on 03/17/2023 by adelma

That is the very definition of 'sleek'!! Great shot.

Written on 03/17/2023 by adelma

Great shot, looking towards Camelback Mountain. The size of that 'ramper' standing next to the engine is very impressive!

Written on 03/17/2023 by adelma

Doesn't look real!

Written on 03/17/2023 by Linda Nitzschke


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