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A very nice shot of this classic P210 in Spain. I see a DHC4 Caribou is parked in the background.

Written on 04/12/2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

Beautiful!

Written on 04/12/2020 by Donna Yost

Just noticed your comment and routing. Glad you were able to capture and document what may likely be the aircrafts final takeoff. Hopefully someone will pick her up and employ her and put her in the air once again.

Written on 04/12/2020 by John Giambone

Very nice John! Sad to see the B747 becoming more of a rarity.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Darryl Sarno

Excellent Shot John!

Written on 04/12/2020 by John Giambone

Very nice shot of the Queen of the skies John!

Written on 04/12/2020 by Darryl Sarno

Nice!

Written on 04/12/2020 by George Bass

Still the queen!

Written on 04/12/2020 by user3956

"Not all C-47's or R4D's saw ONLY cargo service. While ALL -47's had an astrodome, none of the DC-3's did." I flew a commercial DC-3 from STT to SJU and it had an astrodome (probably in the early to mid-1980's). We flew through a rail cloud and water dripped from the ceiling into the cabin and ran down the aisle. Does that mean that it was formerly a C-47? I expected to see Humphry Bogart come out from the cockpit; I imagined myself in a 1940's movie; very nostalgic.

Written on 04/12/2020 by rcowen

The US Navy also named their C-47's Dakota. I have a 1/48 scale hand made mahogany model that proves it.

Written on 04/12/2020 by George Hall

J'ai voyagé déjà dans cet avion DC-3 les ailes immenses très sécuritaire

Written on 04/12/2020 by Pierre Hamel

Being a avid DC-3 fan. I have a handmade 1/100th scale Pan Am Airways DC-3 model, but with the last colors they had which was with white fuselage and blue letters and logo's. This one obviously pre-dated the last colors Great photo and it has to be rare.

Written on 04/12/2020 by George Hall

Very Very Cool

Written on 04/12/2020 by bob reeves

Nice Shot

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tom Glass

Nice shot

Written on 04/12/2020 by Bryan Milton

That's the Viking that landed on the I-35W!!

Written on 04/12/2020 by John Muir

This is just wrong....

Written on 04/12/2020 by John Muir

About a million years ago (mid '70s) I was lucky enough to tag along on a North Central DC3 (N21728) on a flight from MSP to Oshkosh for the show. The ship had been converted to their "executive" airplane and even had about a 5" television opposite the couch in the cabin! We ended up as one of the exhibits.
Shortly after she was donated to the Henry Ford Museum as one of the highest hour airplanes still flying. Based on mergers and acquisitions I believe she is currently painted in Northwest Colors.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Al Miller

Low and slow. Love it

Written on 04/12/2020 by Larry Horton

N26JS, 1981 Marquart MA-5 Charger

Written on 04/12/2020 by jesse kyzer

N56047, 1942 Ryan Aeronautical ST3KR
SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who helps keep these Ol’ birds flying
GREAT looking A/C, VERY NICE pic!

Written on 04/12/2020 by jesse kyzer

N737H, 1943 Constructed as a C-47-DL by Douglas at Long Beach, California, USA.

Written on 04/12/2020 by jesse kyzer

Nice!!

Written on 04/12/2020 by jesse kyzer

"First Class Equine Air Travel"
Is this a great country or what.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Al Miller

Unique photo Paul...........

Awesome

Written on 04/12/2020 by ken kemper

Beautiful Pic & Plane

Written on 04/12/2020 by ken kemper

You are right Marcus Wolf the USAF should have selected this aircraft. And it would have been built in Mobile, Alabama.

Written on 04/12/2020 by bayou

Ken.......

Absolutely beautiful aerial shot

Written on 04/12/2020 by ken kemper

Great use of the mountain in the background Kent

Written on 04/12/2020 by ken kemper

Gary..........

Awesome Pic in B&W.

Gives it a 1960's look.

Written on 04/12/2020 by ken kemper

Super Photo Danny.


Well Done !!

Written on 04/12/2020 by ken kemper

@gwapo The RAF named the C-47 "Dakota".

Written on 04/12/2020 by Colin Seftel

Sweet!

Written on 04/12/2020 by frank theriault

Beautiful photo!

Written on 04/12/2020 by Charles Blackwell

That is a 727-264, see https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/xc-mpf

Written on 04/12/2020 by Colin Seftel

Beautiful!

Written on 04/12/2020 by frank theriault

Sorry Gwapo, What you remember is a Handly Page Hastings, 4 engine transport and passenger aircraft . the only thing in common, with the DC 3 is it was a trail dragger. The hasting also had attachments under the noose that could carry a jeep. the Nose wheel version was a Hermes.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Peter Sayers

Boeing 727-200 Honduras Air

Written on 04/12/2020 by Uwe Steffen

MX Aircraft MXS

Written on 04/12/2020 by Uwe Steffen

Looks like a 727-200

Written on 04/12/2020 by Ralph Wigzell

It reminds me of my first flight from Rio de Janeiro to Sao Paulo. The company was Panair, which was a branch for Pan Am.

Written on 04/12/2020 by Tomer Ariav

Epic

Written on 04/12/2020 by parkerlawncare

NICK:

Where was you're spotting location for this Cessna? * * * * *

Written on 04/12/2020 by warmwynds

https://www.planespotters.net/airframe/boeing-747-8-a7-bgb-qatar-airways-cargo/3xqqd8

Written on 04/12/2020 by abraham reitsma


A7-BGB QATAR AIRWAYS CARGO BOEING 747-8F

Written on 04/12/2020 by abraham reitsma

Thanks Tom

Written on 04/12/2020 by Hadleigh Wigg

Quit simple, it is the Airbus MRTT stationed in Eindhoven, Netherlands.It belongs to a new NATO Unit. The aircrafts are flown by dutch and german Air Force folks. It provides refuelling for all NATO aircraft and is also flown by the Royal Air Force, Australian Air Force and more. Actually this is the jet the USAF should have selected instead of this Boeing crap.... :-)

Written on 04/12/2020 by Marcus Wolf

Can never get enough of the mountains in the background of YVR.....AWESOME!

Written on 04/12/2020 by RICK WEST

I remember these as kid RAF called them Hastings. Saw yh at RAF Negombo Ceylon 1960.

Written on 04/12/2020 by gwapo santa

@Marty - looks like the last flight out of Berlin Tegel

Written on 04/12/2020 by reisender

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