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Someone jump out of the rear seat?

Written on 23/09/2017 by R0ME0YANKEE

In the 1960's flew these all over South America. Varig in Brazil, Aerolineas Argentinas in Argentina. Went to Iguazu from Sao Paulo several times. Once, the airport at one of the stops was closed as a gas truck had gotten stuck on the runway, so the pilot landed on a dirt road just outside of the airport. He made several turns over the falls as we got there. I would guess we made 25 to 30 flights on these old birds. Varig used to hand passengers a white cardboard box with lunch or dinner in it as you boarded. WOW, what fun. Good old days.

Written on 23/09/2017 by Rob Lamb

Nice picture

Written on 23/09/2017 by MOHICANO

Special Op's. Infill/Exfill?

Written on 23/09/2017 by MOHICANO

Wow, awesome. is this a glider?

Written on 23/09/2017 by MOHICANO

N415JN

Written on 23/09/2017 by stephen parsons

N415JN parked at EBLG. Vapor in background is from the cooling towers at Tihange Nuclear Power Station.

Written on 23/09/2017 by valkyriexb70

Frank, there are a lot of dusty boots who would agree with you.

Written on 23/09/2017 by Mark Lansdell

Pretty sure the United tail is a Vickers Viscount. Horizontal stab is angled, flat on a Convair products.

Written on 23/09/2017 by Keystone Ops

There's something about this photo and others from this guy I just don't understand.

Fernando, please explain to me how all of your photos were shot at the same airport, and yet the surrounding landscape looks entirely different in so many of them?

Like these,

http://flightaware.com/photos/view/8041105-2e8f3dadabeacd2a83d2b57fbb03044b3fce7f52/user/fgmartin/sort/votes/page/1

http://flightaware.com/photos/view/8041105-9186b250b12964ba6af2d03a3008bf97f97dfaeb/user/fgmartin/sort/votes/page/1

http://flightaware.com/photos/view/8041105-ea4ce730877165bda01dc0676e90b826cb11065f/user/fgmartin/sort/votes/page/2

Written on 23/09/2017 by jim gevay

Gone now. Scrapped at St. Thomas (TIST).

Written on 23/09/2017 by max kohnke

Encore FlightAware Cet avion est un Cessna 208B pas un Gulfstream

Written on 23/09/2017 by andré belleau

thanks

Written on 23/09/2017 by Brian Buckley

Not sure Roland but thanks for noticing the picture !

Written on 23/09/2017 by John Marotta

Thank you lordarringdon !

Written on 23/09/2017 by John Marotta

Thank you Derek !

Written on 23/09/2017 by John Marotta

Gary unfortunately I couldn't make it this year but I'm glad voodoo is retiring tho

Written on 23/09/2017 by sam kuminecz

Wow that's rear shot. lucky to have that one

Written on 23/09/2017 by Brett Easton

Shooting through a prop is simple. A cam rides on the crankshaft and only lets the gun fire when the prop is clear. 2 shots minimum for every revolution of the prop.

Written on 23/09/2017 by David Olson

Note the nocturnal wombat below the cockpit side windows. The L188 crews,including a flight engineer, only ever flew at night in the 1980's, by which decade the AN Electra fleet had been converted to cargo configuration. Nightime airport curfews were not a problem with four whispering Allisons...

Written on 23/09/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Wright Cyclones of 1100hp each. Later production DC3's had the Pratt and Whitney engines rated at 1200hp.

Written on 23/09/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

I spent many hours in the co pilot seat of this F-27, VH-FCA. She was only six years old when this shot was taken at SYD. Noticed the JAT DC10 Series 30 parked beyond the QF B747 at the international terminal on the western side of Rwy 16.

Written on 23/09/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

August 1977, first flight of the first shuttle.

Written on 23/09/2017 by pascal FRANCK

Denver airport. A long time ago....

Written on 23/09/2017 by pascal FRANCK

Good catch Brian!

Written on 23/09/2017 by LELAND SCHMIDT

What engines are those?

Written on 23/09/2017 by john cook

Will NEVER get how one shoots thru a spinning prop?!

Written on 23/09/2017 by Doug Cook

Very good plane, unlucky

Written on 23/09/2017 by Doug Cook

Teams/assoc. folks are in the 60-90 range. Must be a pr/ fundraiser mission.

Written on 23/09/2017 by Doug Cook

I was camping at pylon 6 when I saw her the first day with wing tanks.
Also saw her the second day [This pic] without the tanks, I never seen one so low.
Just another part of the best year I've ever had at The Reno Air Races, that Gold unlimited Race Was one for the ages!
Sorry Strevo But WOW what a race.
Can't wait for next year.

Written on 22/09/2017 by john cook

Great catch John

Written on 22/09/2017 by Derek Marshall

My uncle had one of these early in his flying career; I flew in it a couple of times as a kid. I still remember that flight and I was eight years old I think. Wow, didn't expect to see one on here! Another great shot.

Written on 22/09/2017 by trennor turcotte

I was privileged to fly in some of the last Daks the Canadian Forces used at Cold Lake in the early seventies: loud, noisy, and at the time I didn't appreciate their history and how versatile and airplane they are. It's wonderful so many of them are still in the air and being used commercially and not merely polished showpieces like so many of their contemporaries are now. Lovely shot of the UofO's Dakota, thanks very much, Andrew.

Written on 22/09/2017 by trennor turcotte

It's not a Goose. It's a Widgeon. It doesn't have turbines, it has Continental IO-470 Piston engines.

Written on 22/09/2017 by rmhough

Is that a United 440 in the background?

Written on 22/09/2017 by n9341c

The hump is part of the electronics functions on board.

Written on 22/09/2017 by John Hahn

This was an ill desgined aircraft, of 163 built 53 crashed. It could not compete with the safety and much better economical operation of the DC-3.

Written on 22/09/2017 by chalet

USAF, Deltas last flight is BUF-MIA on 12/31/17

Written on 22/09/2017 by sam kuminecz

Nice united a last 747 flight is soon

:( sad to see them go

Written on 22/09/2017 by usaf12367

Thank you Howard Hughes for the beautiful Connie.

Written on 22/09/2017 by Hugh Somsen

is this Canada's PMinister's friend with Cayman Is. registration ??

Written on 22/09/2017 by Brian Rushfeldt

What's the hump on top of the hump?

Written on 22/09/2017 by Michel Chauvin

Leon, that's the story on the movie "Bridge of Spies" with Tom Hanks.

Written on 22/09/2017 by Cid Silveira

Wow, it's great to hear from guys like John Shearer who actually flew the airplane! Much respect!

Written on 22/09/2017 by Murray Wynne

Now THIS is a great candidate for a turbine conversion~!

Written on 22/09/2017 by alan mistrater

Somebody spent the $$$,$$$,$$$,$$$,$$$,$$$ to convert a 1946 Goose to turbines? OMG Never ceases to amaze me.
Anyone got a good guess on what that costs??

Written on 22/09/2017 by alan mistrater

Cool, a secret government plane, in a secret government location, painted with secret stealth paint so we can't even see it.

Written on 22/09/2017 by Chuck Pergiel

And what's the hump on top of the hump?

Written on 22/09/2017 by Chuck Pergiel

Why does the leftmost engine (right in the picture) look bigger than the others?

Written on 22/09/2017 by Chuck Pergiel

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