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Greetings to all...

Written on 26/04/2017 by Tomás Del Coro

Rnw 25

Written on 26/04/2017 by Sacho

Thanks Brian, I used my small point and shoot from the fence.

Written on 26/04/2017 by rwb2112

Great catch Brian. Just landed at Logan !

Written on 26/04/2017 by John Marotta

Nice Shot. Where is the hospital in Philly?

Written on 26/04/2017 by Isaac Stebleton

This seems to be N4444V, not N444V

Written on 26/04/2017 by Ora Lassila

This plane's registration number is N824NN

Written on 26/04/2017 by Tyler Emtage

Great shot!!!!

Written on 26/04/2017 by Tyler Emtage

This machine looks as good if not better than the day it was built. It was great then and obviously great for the job at hand now.

Written on 26/04/2017 by Alan Macdonald

Thanks Issac!

Written on 26/04/2017 by Jose Suro

Shopping Maule?

Written on 26/04/2017 by C Anderson

Thank you Mauro !

Written on 26/04/2017 by John Marotta

5* Gary, one from the Gman archives again.

Written on 26/04/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Thanks guys!

Written on 26/04/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

A different aspect of the burger joint, very cool Isaac! Nice work.

Written on 26/04/2017 by Dave Sheehy

That is a definite first for me anyway, a shark mouth on a 727. Wonder if it flew like that? Its a -200 BTW. Nice capture and pic!

Written on 26/04/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Beautiful shot!

Written on 26/04/2017 by mauro motta

how difficult was it go get clearance for USSR airspace

Written on 26/04/2017 by hamish kebb

Hi Greg!
pic from 2013.
upload from an old, now refreshed harddisk!

Written on 26/04/2017 by Uwe Zinke

At the time I posted, the aircraft type was shown as 747-200.

Written on 25/04/2017 by Torsten Hoff

That's actually a DC-9 by the way. :)

Written on 25/04/2017 by Jeremy Cheever

?????????????

Written on 25/04/2017 by john tryon

That's clearly not a 747-200.

Written on 25/04/2017 by Torsten Hoff

RIP.

Written on 25/04/2017 by gretnabear

great shot!!nice!

Written on 25/04/2017 by 尚瑾 宓

Which runway was this certain aircraft landing on?

Written on 25/04/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

Am online.

Written on 25/04/2017 by leon ligan-majek

Landing on roof?

Written on 25/04/2017 by leon ligan-majek

This aircraft was landing at LFPB few days prior to the opening of the Paris Le Bourget Airshow in June 2013. Due to the a specific approach protocol, the pilot must to perform a right then a left turn immediately before landing.

Written on 25/04/2017 by Sacho

I would have to say this is a fake picture!

Written on 25/04/2017 by Ron Harper

Thumbnail view makes them appear to be one over the other. Glad they are side by side instead.
That is still close enough to be worrisome for most people, myself included.

Written on 25/04/2017 by Alan Brown

Nice light!

Written on 25/04/2017 by Greg Byington

Yeah, no problem. That'll buff right out. ;-)

Written on 25/04/2017 by Greg Byington

Howdy, Chris. I'm in agreement w/Cliff. You had the up-close-and-personal views of these wonderful j/liners. And TYVM to both of you for the added info. In ref to the engines, did you both know that when UA placed its purchase order with Sud, the United order specified that its Caravelles be equipped with thrust reversers? The one shown here in my pic is a V/R; earlier variants of the Caravelle did not have reversers; they deployed a drogue parachute after touching down and relied on the brakes and the chute to stop them. There are vids on the web showing the earliest models landing and deploying the drogue chute; click the link below and at the end of the vid the Caravelle lands and taxies with the chute. (Oh, and PS to Cliff .. It is Dwight. And I'll certainly send a shot to you so watch your emailbox.) (Wave)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CAX-V_7S9g

Written on 25/04/2017 by Gary Schenauer

This plane's registration number is D-ABVT.

Written on 25/04/2017 by Tyler Emtage

uuuu nice landing

Written on 25/04/2017 by carlos manuel soliman payano

Nice shot! It's cool to see the registration match with the logo. Owned by Insurance Office of America (IOA).

Written on 25/04/2017 by Cole Goldberg

thank you Dave!!

Written on 25/04/2017 by Uwe Zinke

danke Mathias!

Written on 25/04/2017 by Uwe Zinke

danke Dwight

Written on 25/04/2017 by Uwe Zinke

danke

Written on 25/04/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Chris... you certainly had a cat bird's seat to viewing the Caravelle!!! Your experienced and informed comments are noteworthy to say the least. I've read the Caravelle's unique passenger window design resulted in a smaller and lighter window that offered the same downward visibility as conventional designs. This too - the Caravelle was the first medium size airliner with jet engines mounted aft on the fuselage!

Written on 25/04/2017 by cliff731

Been there and it is amazing. While in a landing plane and looking out the window and seeing the water getting so close, I'm wondering when I'll see some runway. Similar feeling to landing on an aircraft carrier although on a carrier you don't as close to the water as in St Maarten.

Written on 25/04/2017 by Fran Horan

Thanks Mark! For this tour, I switched between my Canon EOS Rebel SL1 and my Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. For this certain shot, I used the SL1 and my Canon EF 200-400mm f/4 lens. For a couple of other shots, I used A Canon EF 75-300mm lens f/4-5.6.

Written on 25/04/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

Great shots Isaac! What camera/lens combo were you using?

Written on 25/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

Thanks Dave!

Written on 25/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

Thanks Gary and Cliff, exactly so in regard to owing much to the DH Comet in regard to both the cockpit design and the nose shape. Apart from the distinctive shape of the passenger windows, it has always impressed me why the long distance between the main forward passenger entry door and the cockpit? (No flight engineer station aft of the pilots, unlike the Comet). More cabin length than would be ample for a forward galley plus a forward toilet...I still recall watching the later Caravelles departing out of SYD for Noumea (less than a three hour sector)in the mid 1980's, while doing preflight walkarounds on the F27, just 500yards away. Impressive!

Written on 25/04/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

I would have instantly lost my job in Ansett if I had even been the support pilot, let alone the "pilot flying" when this shot was taken. But then again, a Clue is that this A380 is still on the French register, prior to her delivery to BA...as F-WWSK.

Written on 25/04/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

It's NOT fantastic. All it is is a water drop, but the photo doesn't show any fire that I can see. Not enough info in the picture. It's a simple water drop picture, no more. Nothing fantastic about it. Let's go easy on the superlatives around here, shall we?!

Written on 25/04/2017 by trennor turcotte

What is a Yankee plane doing wearing the Canadian RCAF livery?!

Written on 25/04/2017 by trennor turcotte

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