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Many years ago I worked on the F111 systems

Written on 15/10/2021 by Peter Fottler

The Queen getting it done!

Written on 15/10/2021 by user3956

Long live The Queen!

Written on 15/10/2021 by user3956

Now that is a nice shot

Written on 15/10/2021 by user3956

would like to se more

Written on 15/10/2021 by Jaime Terrassa

cool

Written on 15/10/2021 by Jaime Terrassa

Hi Keith, you are right, is is our Airbus A321 Retro Jet!
Lufthansa has 2 Retros, this A 321 and my loveliest livery B 747-8i ! D-ABYT !!!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Uwe Zinke

thanks Michael!!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Uwe Zinke

Took me a bit to realize it's Lufthansa in a vintage livery. I enjoy it when airlines do this, especially on aircraft that never wore it to begin with. Like a sports team in throwback jerseys. They have to wear one, so might as well have some fun with it once in a while.

Written on 15/10/2021 by Keith Brown

What a great jet!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Dave Dunmire

I wish they (NWA) we’re still around!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Jay Moore

Was lucky enough twenty years ago to see both of Coulson's Martin Mars at their home near Port Alberni, BC, Canada. Beautiful BIG birds! Nice shot!

Written on 15/10/2021 by adelma

Wow- that brings back some childhood memories! My stepfather Graydon Todd flew this plane out of ATL. And I made several trips on it to Miami when I was about 7 years old. Smooth as silk it was. Beautiful "stewardesses" and real food. Those were the days! Thanks for sharing!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Cole Neill

This has to be the worst picture I've seen posted...

Written on 15/10/2021 by John Muir

Such smooth, perfect lines - looks like a plastic model. Those 'Green Mountain Boys' are sure lucky to have these!

Written on 15/10/2021 by adelma

My first ever flight was in a Northwest Orient DC7C. Left Tachikawa AFB, hit Wake Midway and Hawaii before landing at Travis AFB. June of 1960, and a 24 hour journey.

Written on 15/10/2021 by Mark Bullock

Picture is great! A really fast shutter speed to eliminate prop blur. Probably taken on climb out, props not synced.

Written on 15/10/2021 by David Mursch

Great to see these classics restored. Only one question. Why does the nose gear yoke and wheel look like plastic?

Written on 15/10/2021 by David Mursch

...a walk down memory lane...

Written on 15/10/2021 by Dave Mathes

Always the QUEEN and deserves this title forever!

Written on 15/10/2021 by William Owens

Anything starting with a G is always captivating

Written on 15/10/2021 by William Owens

Mesmerizing image.

Written on 15/10/2021 by William Owens

Absolutely Gorgeous!

Written on 15/10/2021 by William Owens

Not to many left that maintained it or flew it.

Written on 15/10/2021 by William Crooker

Love and Care is what you are looking at…

Written on 15/10/2021 by William Owens

Back in the early 60’s my Uncle would take us out to the end of the runway and park to watch all the planes take off and land.This was out where Braniff dead ended at Telephone Rd right outside of the runway at Hobby airport Houston. It was a big deal back then and everybody did it. The parking lot is gone now, BUT I saw 707’s DC 6’s Super Connies. All without hush kits and straight exhaust with fire belching out etc. You had to hold your ears when the 707’s and DC8’s took off. It was such a memorable experience that just isn’t done anymore. People back then loved AVIATION and aircraft.

Written on 15/10/2021 by William Owens

btw: that's a PBY-5a. VERY nice collection of pictures and I'm sure you had a great day at the show. Thanks for sharing

Written on 15/10/2021 by a mentor

Fantastic shot!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Mark Hanneman

Beautiful shot!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Mark Hanneman

I always admired the Aussie F-111C paint schemes

Written on 15/10/2021 by Mark Hanneman

Love it! It made me laugh, because it looks to me like the little bumble bee is about to be squashed by the Airbus...

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

5*

Written on 15/10/2021 by renato basso

Sweet!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Beautiful shot. I've always been amazed at how beautiful the Queen of the Skies looks when it lifts into the air and the wings come up. So graceful with the 400s and even more so with the -8s models

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice pic, and angle! I couldn't identify it as an Airbus 321 at that angle, and had to cheat and look at the description. Now I'm embarrassed, but a great photo!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Beautiful pic of a beautiful bird.

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Love this perspective. It looks like its ready to get some serious business done, with a "don't mess with me" appearance head-on.

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

I’m so glad I was able to see this plane take off a year or so ago. Standing at the end of the runway while it roared over me was incredible and I’ll never forget it. It was my first and likely last 707.

Written on 15/10/2021 by masonite

One of the last Douglas prop planes that started with the icon DC-3

Written on 15/10/2021 by George Hall

Beautiful shot! Love the visible thrust and colors in the background.

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Beautiful composition! Spectacular sunset colors! The plane doesn't do anything for me, but this is one of the most beautiful aircraft photos I've seen in a long time. 5 stars, man!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

The swing-wing Aardvark is one of my all time favorite military aircraft. Retired or not, it is one of the best looking badass birds ever.

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Beautiful silhouette shot of the Queen! Thanks for sharing!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

A true "giant"slalom skier! Way cool C-130..

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Beautiful photo art!

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

She's a beauty! Nice photo. She looks so graceful in flight.

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

What a nice shot! I love the visible thrust on what appears to be a cold day.

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice pic! Beautiful aircraft and I love that historic Delta livery.

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Those C-17s going low and slow are amazing, especially with that bank angle. I watched a C-17 crew do low & slow circles at about 500 feet above Wright-Patterson a few years back. I'm sure they could see me waving. Yeah, right. Like they had nothing better to do! lol

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice shot! The 707 and 747 are the most obvious monuments of aircraft design, and Boeing's commitment to building the most robust and dependable commercial aircraft in the history of manned flight. Both birds could (and can) take any amount of abuse, physical abmormalities or emergency conditions, and get everyone back home safely. Boeing is Boeing, so no intention on my part to leave out the 727 and 737 in the list of classic Boeing jets built right, the first time. "If it ain't a Boeing... "

Written on 15/10/2021 by Michael Wulfsohn

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