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Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign ?? Using the N72UK number in the far left side Radio display I came up with this name. Construction number 680-0275.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Lee Smith

Super nice shot of this huge beast

Written on 16/08/2017 by Dick Nieuwendyk

linda y guapa foto

Written on 16/08/2017 by RICARDO PARDO

Nice shot of this E-2D Hawkeye.

The latest version of the Hawkeye has a far more powerful and comprehensive radar than the E-2C 2000.
The cockpit has also been updated with new avionics and it's all glass.
Mission computer gear has also been replaced.

Externally, the E-2D will eventually have airborne refuelling capability and the probe will be housed in a fairing located above the cockpit roof.

USN Air Test and Evaluation Squadron One (VX-1) has been doing evaluation work with E-2Ds being refuelled by a KC-130.

Ultimately, the E-2D will have to be certified to be able to be refuelled by the Super Hornet which is the USN's Air Wing airborne refuelling platform.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Jim Turnbull

Excellent shot! And monochrome really makes it dramatic...

Written on 16/08/2017 by Jim Quinn

I can't tell if it's coming or going.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Todd Baldwin

SBYS = Pirascununga-Fontenelle Air Force Base near Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Great shot of a man risking his life to fly a kite!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Paul Wisgerhof

Airbus?

Written on 16/08/2017 by Larry Toler

Looks like YPDN?

Written on 16/08/2017 by Robert Myers

thanks Mark!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Brian Wilkes

What's the story with the DC4?? Great shot..

Written on 16/08/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

thank you!!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Uwe Zinke

It has probably found its way back to a desert retirement in either America West or US Airways colors. Who knows, maybe Sully piloted it once or twice.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Kenneth Williams

I noticed the SLC-AMS run and thought "Sky Team" for Delta connections. Maybe one day KLM with their 789 will come to San Diego as our airport administrators keep shopping international destinations.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Kenneth Williams

smaller aft wing service door.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Kenneth Williams

I'm a sucker for the Hello Kitty planes. I also noticed the door behind the wing is larger than on some A330s.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Kenneth Williams

Such an iconic jet for so long. 48 years of 747.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Kenneth Williams

We have a show of military maneuvers in October. US Navy Blue Angels use jets, but props can also fly like that as this shows.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Kenneth Williams

You gotta love that backdrop of attached houses blanketing the hill. Sometimes I drive past that black building in the lower right on my way home from feeding AA pax who board the A321 to Dallas.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Kenneth Williams

Fat turd fat turd..j/king Uwe...another fantastic shot!

Written on 16/08/2017 by rapidwolve

More like a beautiful aircraft, Uwe, than a dinosaur..and it's sad as it has already had its final domestic flight.

Written on 16/08/2017 by rapidwolve

This shot is awesome. That's a great spot.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Clayton Johnson

Very well stated, Sam...!!!

Written on 16/08/2017 by cliff731

GREAT CJ

Written on 15/08/2017 by cessnamco

I know guido well. He's may come across as having an attitude but that's definitely not true. He's an amazing photographer and a world renown pilot with a lot of experience. I always take what he says and learn from him.

Written on 15/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

Actually that N16048

Written on 15/08/2017 by Allen Maki

usaf12367 - Guido Warnecke has been on FlightAware for 10 years or longer. You've been a member for just 28 days, right?

Guido has been making such photo comments for a long time now... and at the end of the day, it's all between him and goodluck747400. Perhaps they know one another... but regardless, it's probably best to just steer a course around it.

You've heard that saying before about "not having a dog in this hunt"??? :-)

Written on 15/08/2017 by cliff731

Nao sei como e possivel esta pintura de tao mau gosto! XICA!
The bad taste should have limits!

Written on 15/08/2017 by Joao Ponces

Or photo critic whatever

Written on 15/08/2017 by usaf12367

See you graduated art critic school

Written on 15/08/2017 by usaf12367

Champaign Air Museum has a B-17 under restoration to fly as well. hope to see it on the circuit soon

Written on 15/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

the CAF devil dog sqn in midland TX operates her

Written on 15/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

thanks Alan

Written on 15/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

Awesome

Written on 15/08/2017 by usaf12367

This how dogs should fly not locked up in a cage in the luggage compartment under the plane

Written on 15/08/2017 by usaf12367

I think he want you to open the window so he can stick his head out look out for the slip stream little dog

Adorable

Written on 15/08/2017 by usaf12367

Cool

Written on 15/08/2017 by usaf12367

Alright tire pressure is back to normal looks like she is ready to fly

Written on 15/08/2017 by usaf12367

Hi Gary!!
Thank you!!

Written on 15/08/2017 by Uwe Zinke

awesome shot gary, what an experience!

Written on 15/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

It was a very early "wakeup, roust out, and hit the road" morning yesterday; I had to check in at Hangar 2 at 0625 hours. But there was no way I'd have ever passed up an invite like this one: an opportunity to photograph JSFs from all three of the Navy's F-35 squadrons together on one ramp! (And, a "bonus," The "Vampires" F-18 CAG colorbird, too.) I was there in the Ready Room, on the ramp for preflighting and taxiing, out at the end of runway 31R-13L as they came low overhead while taking off, and back on the ramp for recovery and postflight. A fantastic six hours!! Thank you, guys!!

Written on 15/08/2017 by Gary Schenauer

I think these are just bad photos and should not be dumped on the flightaware site:
- registration no visible
- photo is skew, no editing whatsoever - just upload...

Written on 15/08/2017 by Guido Warnecke

A tremendous capture, Uwe!! Absolutely wonderful!!!

Written on 15/08/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Hi Jack!!
you are right!!

Written on 15/08/2017 by Uwe Zinke

It's sad United is going to retier the 747-400

Written on 15/08/2017 by Jack Haag

Thanks Alan

Written on 15/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

This plane was in the 2005 movie Rumor Has It - Beau Burroughs character was owner.

Written on 15/08/2017 by Katie Barker

Lol

Written on 15/08/2017 by Tony Gallo

thanks

Written on 15/08/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

Thank you for the encouragement, Gary!

Written on 15/08/2017 by Dwight Hartje

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