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Written on 19/11/2019 by Lee Norberg

Great shot, Ron!!

Written on 18/11/2019 by James Kelly

Nice, looks like an air-to-air shot!

Written on 18/11/2019 by James Kelly

I believe this plane was their prototype. I saw the same plane at Oshkosh Airventure two or three years in a row until they ceased production. The tail number, I believe was 500 for the model number and then AX stood for Adam Experimental. Correct me if I’m wrong. Also, if I remember right, it was the first all composite construction. Oshkosh also had cut-away sections of the fuselage showing the composite construction.

Written on 18/11/2019 by Kenneth Rehder

Credit to 3rdLevelblog
http://3rdlevelnz.blogspot.com/2019/01/the-toroa-freighter.html

Written on 18/11/2019 by Tim Gorman

amazing cs on this oldie!

Written on 18/11/2019 by Anton1

FUNNY LOOKING LEARJET MUST BE THE CAMO PAINT

Written on 18/11/2019 by STEVEN FIELD

Beautiful!

Written on 18/11/2019 by Kathryn Jakabcin

Good catch @Francisco; while it's logged as P-51D,
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bud_Anderson)
clearly it's a B or C model of the mustang.

Apparently his first was the B model
https://www.roushaviation.com/wp-content/uploads/photo-gallery/P51B-Mustang-Old-Crow-Original-1.jpg

The Original P-51B Old Crow

Here’s photos of the original P-51B Old Crow that pilot Capt. Clarence E. ‘Bud’ Anderson’s flew the summer of 1944 with the 357th Fighter Group. An image of the decal modeling profile is also shown. Jack’s plane was painted without the D-Day Invasion Stripes.

Written on 18/11/2019 by a mentor

Value of this aircraft is large cube cargo, not weight capacity. I was a Loadmaster on a Douglas C-133 in 1958 that had a max wartime weight of 100,000 pounds.

Written on 18/11/2019 by Pat Leeds

bravo!

Written on 18/11/2019 by sanmit

freezo bandito

Written on 18/11/2019 by bruce wilkie

The Datsun B210 is probably still on the road too! The Torinos? Meh! Probably NOT!!:]

Hundo

Written on 18/11/2019 by C.W. Reed

Hi, I understand that this old crow is the Mustang P-51B version.

Written on 18/11/2019 by Francisco Lugo

load capacity is believed around 50 tons

Written on 18/11/2019 by 启 王

Regardless, a beautiful aero design.

Written on 18/11/2019 by jahamley

Carl-Otto : Because it belongs to Virgin Atlantic. I don't quite understand your question.

Written on 18/11/2019 by Viv Pike

Top Shot....THX

Written on 18/11/2019 by Rainer Linder

I've never seen one before in what looks like a low level mission camouflage. But on the other hand, if this is just a shot taken pre Delivery, then I'm amazed that they are still building the a/c. And not because the TU-22 is necessarily outdated, but more that Russia is broke. The Backfire is about half the MTOW of the B1B Lancer.

Written on 18/11/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

Mil Mi-8MT. RA-25577

Written on 18/11/2019 by Stanislav Voevodin

I have to calculate how long can an airplane err in the Swiss airspace to be interecepted

Written on 18/11/2019 by greg presley

I realised how big were the modern planes compared to the old ones when I saw an A-10 next to a B-25 ... roughly same size.

Written on 18/11/2019 by greg presley

Interesting shot. Looks to still be in pre-delivery green.

Written on 18/11/2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

The interwebs indicate this bird last flew on 4Oct19 to KMZJ, allegedly for a "C-check", apparently an in-depth inspection/service. Most recently owned by some people from Quatar, now in transition to a new owner w/tail number N7477S.

And, yeah... Datsun B210 hatch, looks like.

Written on 18/11/2019 by john doe

Beautiful! That is my favorite livery on that aircraft.

Written on 17/11/2019 by Luke Bettis

Nice shot! Good 'Ol crj-900 landing 18C with the Charlotte skyline in the background makes this photo pop. Awesome shot.

Written on 17/11/2019 by Alex Camp

Nice!

Written on 17/11/2019 by Alex Camp

RIP
Owner and 4 family members were killed back in an accident in 2011. To read the story, look up the tail number.

Written on 17/11/2019 by Isaac Vogelzang

Here's a second comment to keep the ball rolling on this. Unless an Airplane is in the "Air" I don't award an the excellent vote. In this case, the overall scene is very important which includes the cars. So a 5 vote it is, 3 years late but may have missed it.
Is that a gold Datsun on the left?

Written on 17/11/2019 by warmwynds

Tom
3 years and not 1 comment on this one? Wow!! I thought the Torino station wagon would earn something! Especially the 747SP! Love this photo! Cheers!

Hundo

Written on 17/11/2019 by C.W. Reed

More info from Joe Baugher:

"Curtiss P-40N-15-CU Warhawk, 42-106396 (MSN 30158) to RCAF as 880. Disposal from Patricia Bay AB, Vancouver Island. Registered Oct 23, 1947 to F. Dyson of Seattle, WA as N1195N. To Hardwick Aircraft of Rosemead, CA 1 953 or 1954 and subsequently suffered a belly landing. Stored dismantled in Hardick's yard at El Monte, CA in 1976. Acquired by Warhawk LLC (John Paul)1976-1977. Stored dismantled. Rebuilt to airworthy. Current with Warhawk LLC Nampa, ID. Equipped with dual controls, painted Olive Drab and also used in movie 'Pearl Harbor' April 2000."

Written on 17/11/2019 by Greg Byington

More info from Joe Baugher:

"Curtiss P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, 42-104590 condemned for salvage Aug 24, 1944. Flying with Warhawk Air Museum, Nampa, Idaho"

More info from the posted info at the museum:

"The museum's P-40E was restored to its current status in the late 1960s and first flown on [sic] 1971. It has toured Air [sic] shows all over the U.S. and [sic] well as in Europe. It is [sic] raced at the Reno Air Races and was used in the filming of several major motion pictures including "Death Race", "Pearl Harbor" and "Valkyrie". [sic]
Markings: Painted in the markings of the RAF 112th "Shark Sqaudron" operated in North Africa"

Written on 17/11/2019 by Greg Byington

Simply Original The Best , Aircraft , Livery awesome . The inflight service needs to improve has detreated over the years .

Written on 17/11/2019 by Steven Richardson

There's a reason the Fw-190 is called the butcher bird!

Written on 17/11/2019 by James Driskell

Well done on all your shots Patrick. 5* on many!

Written on 17/11/2019 by Dave Sheehy

Best answer is to Google "Owner of Virgin Airways" which is Richard Branson. There is also a Virgin Australia, America also. Virgin Atlantic serves both sides of the Atlantic. Definitely between London and the major US cities.

Written on 17/11/2019 by warmwynds

@Pablo Rogina
That's the emergency frequency. In the air police service, a controlled aircraft is indicated on which frequency the pilot should speak with the "air policeman".

Written on 17/11/2019 by murliFA

Tupolev Tu-22M3, RF-34035

Written on 17/11/2019 by Stanislav Voevodin

OMG? No way?????????? check your Email 11/17 Alien

Written on 17/11/2019 by Tom Vance

What load capacity in tons?

Written on 17/11/2019 by Ed Vargas

Dennis Stockton - note that Alan says "the FW flew parallel" - not an attacking manoeuvre (and may have been out of range).

Written on 17/11/2019 by Mark Harris

It says Virgin Atlantic, how come?

Written on 17/11/2019 by Carl-Otto Jaeschke

Tupolev Tu-214ON, RF-64519

Written on 17/11/2019 by Stanislav Voevodin

Tupolev Tu-160

Written on 17/11/2019 by Stanislav Voevodin

My first solo was in this A/C back in 1976 in PA

Written on 16/11/2019 by Michael Jacoby

Seeing the bambi bucket that close to power lines makes me nervous. The pilot must have balls of steel.

Written on 16/11/2019 by Torsten Hoff

From Wiki (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barra_Airport):
Barra Airport (Scottish Gaelic: Port-adhair Bharraigh) (IATA: BRR, ICAO: EGPR) (also known as Barra Eoligarry Airport) is a short-runway airport (or STOLport) situated in the wide shallow bay of Traigh Mhòr at the northern tip of the island of Barra in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. The airport is unique, being the only one in the world where scheduled flights use a tidal beach as the runway. The airport is operated by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited, which owns most of the regional airports in mainland Scotland and the outlying islands. Barra Airport opened in 1936. The airports only destination is Glasgow.

Written on 16/11/2019 by David Seider

SUPER IMAGE !

Written on 16/11/2019 by Hugh Reid

GREAT SHOT !

Written on 16/11/2019 by Hugh Reid

Excellent image.

Written on 16/11/2019 by Hugh Reid

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