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Great photo! Looks really good! Do you happen to have a date for this?

Written on 19/02/2017 by FSXBoeing737Pilot

Thanks John

Written on 19/02/2017 by Derek Marshall

Cheers Mark. The weather didn't help.

Written on 19/02/2017 by andrew kennaugh

Thanks Mark! Much appreciated.

Written on 19/02/2017 by Jose Suro

Nice one Derek !

Written on 19/02/2017 by John Marotta

Beautiful Manchester shots Andrew!

Written on 19/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

First shot in the database Brian! Is this recent? Great shot!

Written on 19/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

Hello Mikel, this plane was parked on the cargo ramp at Pearson Airport near Toronto. She was right up against the fence. They sometimes park a few birds here when they are between missions.

Written on 19/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

With over 4500 frames built, chances are you'll see an A320 anytime, anywhere nowadays! How many 737 shots are there?

Written on 19/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

Sweet new livery, nice catch!

Written on 19/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

Great Shot !!!

Written on 19/02/2017 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

Nice catch Gene !

Written on 19/02/2017 by John Marotta

The first photo of this airframe I believe.

Written on 19/02/2017 by Russell Sutherland

Nice shot Gene!

Written on 19/02/2017 by Samuel DeBartolo

Cool!

Written on 19/02/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

FlightAware has actually published 26,168 photos of an A320? Really?

Written on 19/02/2017 by C Anderson

Cheers Don! I hadn't thought of that issue with getting the Bristol's nose doors closed following cargo loading in strong winds! Also, thanks for the update in regard to the airfield buildings. I can recall going into the FSU at YFLI. Similar to FSU buildings at places like Ceduna in SA.

Written on 19/02/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

WOW - that's colorful!

Written on 19/02/2017 by 96flstc

Amazing photo my dude.

Written on 19/02/2017 by patrik white

Sat, HEF-BLM

Written on 19/02/2017 by Michael Jacoby

I believe I flew in this when was a kid!

Written on 19/02/2017 by Andrew Reynolds

When did you travel to Hanoi Bill?

Written on 18/02/2017 by JY Aviation

Bit late to reply myself, but it's a good shot!! Too bad the pilot didn't clean the soot trails off in the underwing ;-)

Written on 18/02/2017 by Cameron Russell

where was this taken?

Written on 18/02/2017 by mikel kek

Great looking paint job!

Written on 18/02/2017 by Garry X

Very cool Derek :)

Written on 18/02/2017 by Jeffrey Magnet

Beautiful shot Jose!

Written on 18/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

The reflections really make this image :)

Written on 18/02/2017 by Jeffrey Magnet

Serial number 1475
Type 320-232
Delivered 05/22/2001
Engines 2 x IAE V2527-A5
Construction Number (MSN) 1495
Seat Configuration 12/132

Written on 18/02/2017 by John Marotta

This specimen is so ugly that only its mother can love.

Written on 18/02/2017 by chalet

Cool honda jet, i like the gray with that background.

Written on 18/02/2017 by Nate Rasband

Look at the ship number on the nose gear door... This is clearly 884, not 844. ;)

Written on 18/02/2017 by mattbna

Roland, Antonov Airlines is Ukrainian, not Russian.

Written on 18/02/2017 by Roy Hunte

Beautiful

Written on 18/02/2017 by Roy Hunte

bello!

Written on 18/02/2017 by roberto zezza

Just for your info, Iqaluit is in the northern part of Canada.

Written on 18/02/2017 by michael yez

Perfect timing and location! 5*

Written on 18/02/2017 by Jason Belanger

Thanks for the explanation. I was wondering how you captured the prop rotation without blurring the plane. I have never seen prop vortices. Great pic!

Written on 18/02/2017 by Jason Belanger

Impressive close formation. Sabres still look so sleek by comparison

Written on 18/02/2017 by Anthony Kirkham

Bonjour Gus, ta première photo sur FlightAware est très bien, si cela est possible pour toi, pour tes futures photos, de donner toutes les informations sur les avions que tu photographie, cela serais apprécié pour un fan d'aviation comme moi qui vie au nord de la planète.
Merci

Written on 18/02/2017 by andré belleau

Good show Air Canada!

Written on 18/02/2017 by n9341c

few more years and the runway will be underwater!

Written on 18/02/2017 by Jim Capone

Hikochan, this is a 787-9 and please tell us where this is...

Written on 18/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

Experimental/Non Type certified/veteran or aircraft that is not locally represented and supported are registered ZU. The regulations are far more complicated, but that is the gist of it.
ZU for this aircraft as "historical" is correct.

Written on 18/02/2017 by Anton Nel

Mijn KLM hart gaat sneller slaan , wat een mooie foto

Written on 18/02/2017 by J.N.M Heemskerk

Shouldn't the tail number prefix be ZS?

Written on 18/02/2017 by Colin Seftel

- Perfeito!

Written on 18/02/2017 by Nilo Cesar Lemos

N398SW is a 737-300, not a 737-700 - and this isn't it. 398 hasn't been repainted and won't be prior to retirement.

Written on 18/02/2017 by mattbna

N398SW is a 737-300, not a 737-700 - and this isn't it. 398 hasn't been repainted and won't be prior to retirement.

Written on 18/02/2017 by mattbna

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