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* NOTE: The numerical runway redesignations that I reported last year were going to be done for the reason I stated back then were made in the last two weeks and are now complete. Reno's parallel runways, previously identified as 16L-34R and 16R-34L, are now newly designated 17L-35R and 17R-35L. The cross runway, formerly 7-25, will now be 8-26.

Written on 26/11/2022 by Gary Schenauer

1978 Bell 206-L1 LongRanger Serial number 45182.

Written on 26/11/2022 by Douglas Hoff

Bill Bailey... so, are the N-156 & YF-5A designations used interchangeably? Just googling it, looking at the museum of flight website/page, it shows both designations? Is there a difference?

Written on 25/11/2022 by John Giambone

Great picture Ken!

Written on 25/11/2022 by davesheehy

Horny

Written on 25/11/2022 by Peter Kiss

Awesome!

Written on 25/11/2022 by Gary Jones

As a kid in the 50s and 60s it was common at USAF airshows for helicopters to perform "square dances" that looked like this. Bell H1's with gingham dresses,(I'm not kidding!) in a formation of four, doing do-si-do's and such. I haven't seen it done since then. Well done to the Aussies in this picture.

Written on 25/11/2022 by john greenstine

As a kid in the 50s and 60s it was common at USAF airshows for helicopters to perform "square dances" that looked like this. Bell H1's with gingham dresses,(I'm not kidding!) in a formation of four, doing do-si-do's and such. I haven't seen it done since then. Well done to the Aussies in this picture.

Written on 25/11/2022 by john greenstine

Great Crusader pic John.........

What a story from Bill Bailey......glad you got to see the Boeing Field Museum of Flight.

Written on 25/11/2022 by ken kemper

Ryan

My vote for best shot of the week........

Written on 25/11/2022 by ken kemper

Nice pic Jeffrey

Written on 25/11/2022 by ken kemper

Richard

I am with you there....

Written on 25/11/2022 by ken kemper

I would bet there is limited interior room as well, but I like the looks of the aircraft.

Written on 25/11/2022 by Tom Unger

1953? Constructed as a CESSNA 170B.

Written on 25/11/2022 by jesse kyzer

Thank you for sharing some great photos of history

Written on 25/11/2022 by Robert Sloane

Thank you friend. Hope you're having a good holiday season.

Written on 25/11/2022 by Chris Collinsworth

I'm wondering too if they're about to crash!

Written on 25/11/2022 by Betty Goss

What lens did you use for this?

Written on 25/11/2022 by NORAD P

Love the early swept wings.

Written on 25/11/2022 by Geoff Thompson

1943?

Written on 25/11/2022 by jesse kyzer

17 May 1957? Constructed as a North American T-28C Trojan
https://aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=30229

Written on 25/11/2022 by jesse kyzer

Good shot to get a feel for all the great airplanes there. Well worth the visit. They also have a recreation of the pre WWII Boeing factory and set piece areas for WWI & WWII, kids’ areas, recreation of a control tower with runway views etc

Written on 25/11/2022 by Duane Mader

BUFF RULES!

Written on 25/11/2022 by jesse kyzer

Not sure what’s going on there. Very unusual shot.

Written on 25/11/2022 by bbabis

A gracious view of a grand old lady of the air. This is the stuff of legends.

Written on 25/11/2022 by Al Bell

And how great it was to see the Packers turnover the Cowboys in what looks like will be indifferent season, sadly

Written on 25/11/2022 by richard Atkinson

Type designator C750

Written on 25/11/2022 by Samuel Bixler

Type designator DHC6

Written on 25/11/2022 by Samuel Bixler

Type designator BLCF, not B742, though the activity log below shows it as B744

Written on 25/11/2022 by Samuel Bixler

HA! Thanks, mate. Happy THX Giving grom OZ!

Written on 25/11/2022 by Brian Wilkes

Worked for the Dornier-335.
For a twin engine plane, it's a relatively small size although interior space must be more limited.
I would guess that elevator has instant authority with that rear prop blowing over it.

Written on 25/11/2022 by Tim Segulin

I have not flown in ZBB but I have flown into ZBB. Boundary Bay, BC

Written on 25/11/2022 by Rick D

Is this the new plane that Boeing built to trail Air Force One carrying Biden's ego?

Written on 25/11/2022 by Ken Hardy

Nice one. Like that strong blue. Seen the Recent Comments today. There on a roll but Houston is still recovering from having Turkey Day off in the USA.

Written on 25/11/2022 by warmwynds

Beechcraft Bonanza BE36

Written on 25/11/2022 by Colin Seftel

Beechcraft Bonanza BE36

Written on 25/11/2022 by Colin Seftel

Note the the variable-incidence wing which pivoted by 7° out of the fuselage on takeoff and landing and is shown deployed in the photo. This allowed a greater angle of attack, increasing lift without compromising forward visibility.

Written on 25/11/2022 by Colin Seftel

From Wikipedia:
c/n 1368 - A former Pan Am aircraft that was used by the Douglas historical foundation until the merger with Boeing in 1997. It is now housed at the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington. This aircraft (N1934D) was restored to flying condition in 2007 and flown to Santa Maria, California for a new paint job. It received a TWA "The Lindbergh Line" livery and interior trim.

Written on 25/11/2022 by Colin Seftel

Nice paint scheme! Classic. Would you sell this airplane to me? Thanks! 9I6-629-46-I7

Written on 25/11/2022 by maksim ostroukhov

FT
De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter

Written on 25/11/2022 by David Minter

Wishful thinking andré? lol ya

Written on 24/11/2022 by twizzle

1999 Dassault Falcon 50 C/N 222
Jerry Savelle Ministries International, Crowley TX

Written on 24/11/2022 by twizzle

Hey Ricky boy this is 1999 Dassault Falcon 50
Jerry Savelle Ministries International, Crowley TX

Written on 24/11/2022 by twizzle

ahem... get the correct bird first, bud
1982 Dassault Falcon 50 C/N 76
AAK Aviation LLC, Rosharon TX

Written on 24/11/2022 by twizzle

f900 eh? come again... how about...
2010 Dassault Falcon 7X C/N 094

Written on 24/11/2022 by twizzle

Nice and even got the contrail passing above.
This Citation came my way back in the Winter of 2019.

Written on 24/11/2022 by warmwynds

MAX 8

Written on 24/11/2022 by Larry Toler

Many thanks for your comment. I had also niticed it after downloading this photo.
It looks like dust on the lense.

Written on 24/11/2022 by goodluck747400

Some part is falling from aircraft or did they dump fuel?

Written on 24/11/2022 by Wilfried Broemmelmeyer

Some part is broken from left wing.

Written on 24/11/2022 by Wilfried Broemmelmeyer

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