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David there are very few comments that are posted in general so am glad to see that you like to use this photo and you have my permission. There was one taken a few seconds before this one too that you may have seen of the Citation. Perhaps someday if I notice you returning to PNE can meet as I am only 10 minutes away.

Written on 16/11/2018 by warmwynds

Nice pic!

Written on 16/11/2018 by Francisco Lugo


Written on 16/11/2018 by Jason Belanger

Baby C5 Galaxy! :)

Written on 16/11/2018 by Marian Wierzba

molto bene!!

Written on 16/11/2018 by Jason Belanger

Does EVA Air use that path on its daily trip to Houston? Is there a reason the President's aircraft could not have flown into U.S. through Southern California and then over and down to Houston?

Written on 16/11/2018 by James Colby

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Written on 16/11/2018 by brian dubey


Written on 16/11/2018 by jthyland

Too cool. Where is this?

Written on 16/11/2018 by hal pushpak

Is it true that those low forward windows are for bomb-sights as all civil Soviet aircraft can be converted to military use on short notice?<br />Or is this another urban legend?

Written on 16/11/2018 by M A

Nice shot thanks

Written on 16/11/2018 by Gil Fontaine

Love this shot!!

Written on 16/11/2018 by Rebecca Little


Written on 16/11/2018 by Kilrah

Beautiful shot of a hard working beautiful lady.

Written on 16/11/2018 by Paul Campagna

Thank you Francisco.

Written on 16/11/2018 by Tony Erni

Lockheed Electra.

Written on 16/11/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

Registered in the Isle of Man.

Written on 16/11/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

Nice shot

Written on 16/11/2018 by Viv Pike

Yes , you can see it at Bubba Gump too.

Written on 16/11/2018 by brasov123

Great photo.

Written on 16/11/2018 by Leon Kay

. . . is it a shrimp ?!?

Written on 16/11/2018 by Efrem DANIELI

Nice photo of the aircraft used by the Crown Prince of Thailand.

Written on 16/11/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you for a nice photo of an impressive aircraft not often seen in the West.

Written on 16/11/2018 by Leon Kay

Great photo.

Written on 16/11/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you for a great photo and informative comment.

Written on 16/11/2018 by Leon Kay

Great photo! The plane looks a little scary, but fine!

Written on 16/11/2018 by Asbjorn Holand

That&apos;s a nice solid looking Aztec in the background...perfect for island hopping.

Written on 16/11/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

She&apos;s leaving Mississippi heading out west for some sunshine and mountains. :)

Written on 16/11/2018 by Stuart Bispo

21 years old? I was there when Delta got them new. Man, I&apos;m getting old.

Written on 15/11/2018 by David Davidson

Superb Shot

Written on 15/11/2018 by Joey Lau

pretty good design

Written on 15/11/2018 by Joey Lau

That is a good lens.<br />The depth of field indicates a small aperture/long f-stop but there is no movement blurring (even in the jet exhaust) so it was a fast camera.<br />The busy background is perfect for showing up the jet wash: just look at the way it is curved downwards beyond the wings. For a &apos;still&apos;, there is a lot of action here: this old bird has a full tummy and she is out of there!<br />It would be interesting to know how many engines have hung on that Boeing airframe over the years.

Written on 15/11/2018 by Geoffrey PEARSON

Yes, Air Koryo

Written on 15/11/2018 by King F Hui

She may have an analog instrument panel but you can bet this crew has sharp basic flying skills...

Written on 15/11/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

That&apos;s right. November Eight Eight Niner Bravo is indeed a Bravo with the trailing link main gear.

Written on 15/11/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Thanks for the great shot of our airplane! Not very often we get to have a photo from this angle. With your permission, we&apos;d like to use this image on our internal aircraft scheduling site.

Written on 15/11/2018 by David Neel

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Written on 15/11/2018 by jobeard

Thanks Gary for the kind words. I hope you get Blueprint one day....I see it here in BOS all the time. :)

Written on 15/11/2018 by Darryl Sarno

The DC-10 at least was partitioned so as to allow multiple drops of Foscheck w/o returning for a reload -- hopefully this one is too. These big birds still fly at relatively high speeds and need precise pilot skills to bring a load to a good drop. Foscheck is used to shape the burning path. The smaller aircraft like the C-130 can get lower and slower and drop water directly on the flames and cool the area immediately.

Written on 15/11/2018 by jobeard

It&apos;s actually a Citation Bravo.

Written on 15/11/2018 by jfdez

Thx Tyler!

Written on 15/11/2018 by manuel silva

This also belongs to Neptune Aviation Services

Written on 15/11/2018 by Cade Emtage

Awesome shot! This a Cessna 150 (C150).

Written on 15/11/2018 by Tyler Emtage

Just browsing today and viewed recent activity. It appears to have been flying daily in support of the current tragic fires in California.

Written on 15/11/2018 by Greg Ryder

Nice! It&apos;s a B737 MAX 9

Written on 15/11/2018 by Tyler Emtage

Beautiful photo. Being at the right place, at the right time, &amp; having a good eye.

Written on 15/11/2018 by Jean Melnick

Nice! It&apos;s actually an A342.

Written on 15/11/2018 by Tyler Emtage

Thanks Dave

Written on 15/11/2018 by jobeard

The residents were happy to see the airwing attack!

Written on 15/11/2018 by jobeard

Chris told me two days ago he is using a 16 Meg Canon camera.....................

Written on 15/11/2018 by warmwynds

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