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Great shot , Gary !!!

Written on 21/10/2017 by VAIDES RADU SORIN

Good 1

Written on 21/10/2017 by Jack Paul

Major players b2b

Written on 21/10/2017 by Jack Paul

Thank you.
I mistake

Written on 21/10/2017 by 1224Kiyo

This is AP-BHX instaed of PK-BHX

Written on 21/10/2017 by John Boy

Nice those AA md 80s are hard to find
Saw one today at Indy

Written on 21/10/2017 by usaf12367

Good old pan am
And the faithful queen of the Sky

Written on 21/10/2017 by usaf12367

More airlines need to fly the 747-8i because she is an engineering masterpiece and still, after all these years, Queen of the Skies!

Written on 21/10/2017 by Ryan Kehler

Great little workhorse of an aircraft, in both cargo and passenger configurations.

Written on 21/10/2017 by Ryan Kehler

Is there any information about this plane, or at least the year the photo was taken? Public records I can find for this tail number are for a Piper, so I know this has to be older than that.

Written on 21/10/2017 by Steve Fumarolo

This is not N199MG. The N# is clearly visible as N199MH.

Written on 21/10/2017 by Nu2Pomona

The photo suggests that Cockpit requires some necessary maintenance.

Written on 21/10/2017 by Engr Fida Ali Baigcho

Danke

Written on 21/10/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Danke, war tolles Licht gewesen

Written on 21/10/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Cool shot of the gunsight Greg! Nice series of pics and thanks for sharing.

Written on 21/10/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Thanks Gary!

Written on 21/10/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Sam, that's a very nice photo capture of Suzy!!!

Written on 21/10/2017 by cliff731

Thanks John!

Written on 21/10/2017 by Mark Thomas

Magnificent pic Uwe!

Written on 21/10/2017 by Cade Emtage

Lovely Picture

Written on 21/10/2017 by Cade Emtage

Thank you Greg. A beautiful warm sunset that evening. Had to shoot with ISO 5000 but cleaned up the grain.

Written on 21/10/2017 by John McArthur

Very nice Mark. The thumbnail resolution doesn't do it justice. It looks perfect when viewed in Full.

Written on 21/10/2017 by John McArthur

great shot

Written on 21/10/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

sehr schön

Written on 21/10/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

schade, dass die Kiste nicht mehr nach FRA fliegt. Tolles Bild!

Written on 21/10/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

klasse

Written on 21/10/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

ZS-SAR was the 1st of two 747-200 Combi’s for SAA, delivered new in 1980. It was leased to Garuda Indonsia in 1992 for 3 years, upon it’s return she flew straight to Hong Kong and the aircraft was converted to full freighter configuration and returned to serve SAA Cargo until 2000 when was sold to MK Airlines as 9G-MKJ; On 14th October 2004, while operating for MK Airlines, the aircraft crashed while attempting to take-off from Halifax Nova Scotia killing all 7 crew members.

Written on 21/10/2017 by Viv Pike

Hi Uwe, I am spending some time viewing your wonderful photo. Many, many fantastic shots. I have just happened upon this one from long ago, and notice you have the incorrect tail number. You might want to edit your post to reflect the correct ZS-SNC and not Z5-SNC.

Written on 21/10/2017 by Viv Pike

Queen of the sky! Nice shot.

Written on 21/10/2017 by dysck2000

GOD those colors are AWFUL! Blurp....BARF! Seriously WN!

Written on 21/10/2017 by n9341c

THAT is so cool! Way to go T A P!

Written on 21/10/2017 by n9341c

I think Australia really needs to modernize their air force.

Written on 21/10/2017 by n9341c

My favorite A319! :D

Written on 21/10/2017 by Savannah Ford

Strike up the circus music here comes SW in it's NEW paint scheme!

BARF!

Written on 21/10/2017 by n9341c

If I ever live to see another BORING UA aircraft in the BORING paint scheme used by CO since, oh, 1993, it will be waaaay too soon.

Written on 21/10/2017 by n9341c

Here's the "skinny" on this "DC-3"... which did indeed start out as a C-47 and was manufactured in 1943 during wartime production...

N47HL, the Commemorative Air Force's C-47B "Bluebonnet Belle" was originally procured with USAAF s/n 43-49942, c/n 27203. It went to Great Britain's RAF as a Dakota IV and was later transferred to Canada's RCAF according to Joe Baugher's information.

Written on 21/10/2017 by cliff731

Awesome photo!

Written on 21/10/2017 by BigAlOutWest

We used to fly PAN AM to Greece back then. These were the birds we were on and on Olympic Airways too.

Written on 20/10/2017 by ANGELO DROUTSAS

So glad to see them use this bird. It's a damn shame our govt. claims they don't have the funds for them. These fires are going to cost $4 billion or more. Maybe the insurance carriers will find funds for them now!

Written on 20/10/2017 by ANGELO DROUTSAS

I love these actions shots. wish I were in that plane. Take me away.

Written on 20/10/2017 by Jeanette Thompson

fholbert, TYVM and you are most welcome.

Written on 20/10/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Thanks McClellan, old AFB

Written on 20/10/2017 by Tia Beetle

same as C-47 U.S. Air Force. A real work horse. I flew from Soerabaya to Djakarta once as a little boy on a C-47. My Dad was stationed in Indonesia for 22 years. I remember this flight vividly. Later in life I served in the U.S. Air Force and the C-47 was used to deliver Mail to air bases or moved cargo and personnel. It truly is a fantastic Aircraft.
Thank you for this magnificent photo.

Written on 20/10/2017 by Peter Maas

Nice shot...shows the graceful lines of the Boeing!

Written on 20/10/2017 by Bror Monberg

Seems to be so much that can go wrong here.

Written on 20/10/2017 by Chris Hicks

Por favor muestrame tu a 41,000 pies para poder comparar mi pobre con tu excelente foto.

Written on 20/10/2017 by warmwynds

When I was a little person I would take my blankie with me to work with my father,and take my morning nap in the bubble. VN-11A, NAS JAX

Written on 20/10/2017 by Richard Ciccone

Thanks!! I'm going to miss seeing this. Planes don't shine anymore - but this old "outdated" Vignelli livery can make a 737 look like a hot rod, huh?

Written on 20/10/2017 by Savannah Ford

Nice!

Written on 20/10/2017 by usaf12367

Realy cool and pretty

Written on 20/10/2017 by usaf12367

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