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Nice pic.
Last time I was at KJAX, Shamu was sitting at C2.

Written on 23/10/2017 by Chris Bryant

I flew on this aircraft from KROC to KCLT.
5* shot Scot!

Written on 23/10/2017 by Cade Emtage

Beautiful photo!

Written on 23/10/2017 by Cade Emtage

its a 732

Written on 23/10/2017 by Grant Bush

Nice day to stay grounded.

Written on 23/10/2017 by Lewis Tripp

Thought that was the V-tail Bonanza. Ought to know; I'm a doc w/ an M20T (same plane x 43 yrs). Hasn't killed me yet, I believe.

Written on 23/10/2017 by Pete Goldman

It is not just a Mooney, it is a Mooney Rocket 305. Awesome plane.

Written on 23/10/2017 by Michael Baraz

This is a super cool photo!

Written on 23/10/2017 by rogera1b

What software do you use when you edit your photos? Also what a shot!

Written on 23/10/2017 by Grant Bush

Wings fly. Wind blows. And that wind can "fly" a B200 with no pilot on board if it isn't tied down.

Written on 23/10/2017 by Paul Wisgerhof

Behold the Noratlas...

Written on 23/10/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Cheers Geoff! Sorry I missed that news report on GWN7 last night.

Written on 23/10/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

It is a Boeing 777-300!!

Written on 23/10/2017 by Uwe Zinke

N146DU crashed and was destroyed. R.I.P. the 4 people who lost their lives in the crash!

Written on 22/10/2017 by Isaac Stebleton

There are several "landing sites" designated on the road across the nullabour. This exercise also included the RFDS as mentioned on the GWN7 news last night. Your correct, the main used is medivac, the last time the Eucla highway "landing strip" was used was in 2015. Regards Geoff

Written on 22/10/2017 by cdsm

Registration is actually A7-BBA.

Written on 22/10/2017 by FilmAvPhotographer

Bill, the gear is in the middle of retracting, once it goes up the ladder folds up as well

Written on 22/10/2017 by sam kuminecz

I just noticed your comment. Thank you. I rechecked the flight details and under aircraft info. it lists it as a 789.

Written on 22/10/2017 by Shrimp333

This points out the one thing I don't care for on under wings, They have only one door, and everyone must climb in from the right side.
I think this is a beautiful plane but like I said above, one question though... does the footsteps always hang down like that when flying? I thought they would move up when the door was closed or the landing gear went up also.
does it create any noticeable drag or whistle noise?
Thanx for the nice pic.
A local youtuber flies one of these all the time and does videos from his cockpit, love watching them.

Written on 22/10/2017 by Bill Gardner

Amazing

I think we all will miss the 747

Written on 22/10/2017 by usaf12367

So your correct Alexander

Written on 22/10/2017 by usaf12367

Drones are illegal at all airports

Written on 22/10/2017 by usaf12367

thanks guys

Written on 22/10/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

perfekt!

Written on 22/10/2017 by Uwe Zinke

The c/n is actually A002.

Written on 22/10/2017 by siriusloon

WOW!

Written on 22/10/2017 by A F

You sure about it being an F16, sure looks like a Hornet to me.

Written on 22/10/2017 by D Livy

Very nice Tom, great timing!

Written on 22/10/2017 by Dave Sheehy

My friends and I (were teenagers) built this airplane!

Written on 22/10/2017 by Owen Bliss

The Ultimate manned Drone! Rescue Military use Long range, high speed with fast vertical lift. What armaments? Snatch and grab missions in the Middle East?

Written on 22/10/2017 by Jim Costello

Alpha Beta Gamma.....D gear up.

Written on 22/10/2017 by Jim Costello

Danke!!
Warte auf die hundertste die hier stationiert wird. Du weisst warum!!

Written on 22/10/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Looks great after four years service.Fab color.

Written on 22/10/2017 by Jim Costello

great!

Written on 22/10/2017 by eson chan

Just arrived from Farnborough Airport (EGLF/FAB).

Written on 22/10/2017 by Rafael Alvarez Cacho

This IS a very COOL picture!!!!

Written on 22/10/2017 by nycslc1

Cool Shot!

Written on 22/10/2017 by nycslc1

This is a pretty picture!

Written on 22/10/2017 by nycslc1

Thanks cdsm! That's great that the Spartan is finding her own niche. I doubt they would commit the stretched C130J fleet to be landing on roads. That capability could come in very handy in future civil emergencies for medevacs...

Written on 22/10/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

sehr schön

Written on 22/10/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

I photographed it from a helicopter with a telephoto lens. As far as I know, drones are not allowed around LAX (and around any other airport).

Written on 22/10/2017 by Alexander Viduetsky

Outstanding photo! Really gonna miss this aircraft.

Written on 22/10/2017 by namotlagh

What a beautiful A/C! I am also hoping that more airlines will order more of these fantastic planes.

Written on 22/10/2017 by Michael Richardson

I only flew TWA on 3 one way flights back in the late '80's and I kinda liked them also. Unfortunately they never flew to my home area airports.

Written on 22/10/2017 by Loren Wood

Don't you hold your breath whenever your aircraft slowly drifts down over a road like this?
I do.
I never liked LAX--it's been a few years since I was there but this pic confirms my dislike.
Coming in over the water @ KSFO generates the exact same feeling!

Written on 21/10/2017 by marylou anderson

Two Rotor helicopters need no "tail rotor".

Written on 21/10/2017 by skylab72

nice pic!

Written on 21/10/2017 by marylou anderson

Hi Robert you are correct my typo in a rush.
Chris the aircraft had been involved with gravel runway ps out Shark Bay on the previous day.
Fueled at Meekatharra heading for Eucla to do some landings on the highway which was to be temporary closed. Flight was delay 2 hours at YMEK due to poor weather at Eucla. Great crew even got a cockpit shot which I havent published here

Written on 21/10/2017 by cdsm

what/who are they looking for.
Looks like some pretty rugged terrain below them.

Written on 21/10/2017 by marylou anderson

very nice composition. Like the blurred background.

Written on 21/10/2017 by marylou anderson

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