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Boeing 777-200 (N819AX)


Omni Air International's Triple Seven N819AX splashes through puddles and imprints nose gear tracks on the wet surface of Charlie taxiway as it points head-on toward us while turning right to park on the Atlantic Aviation ramp after a flight from Dallas.
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Gary Schenauer Photo Uploader
The rain had just stopped falling when N819AX landed, and by the time it departed a couple hours later the skies were clearing and the sun was breaking out. And when this OAE heavybird left RNO enroute to Cherry Point, it was really and truly "heavy" ... over 340 Marines with full gear, tons of other cargo, and a full fuel load made N819AX use almost all 11,000 feet of runway 16R to get airborne in the thin air of the Truckee Meadows.
Roy Hunte
Greg Byington
Nice job, Gary!
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
17-Mar-2017 B772Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl ()Dallas-Fort Worth Intl () 13:03 MST 16:54 CDT 1:51
17-Mar-2017 B772Cherry Point ()Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl () 09:10 EDT 10:26 MST 4:16
17-Mar-2017 B772Dallas-Fort Worth Intl ()Cherry Point () 01:13 CDT 04:30 EDT 2:17
10-Mar-2017 B772Frankfurt-Hahn ()Dallas-Fort Worth Intl () 18:51 CET 11:13 CST (+1) 23:21
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