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These fall fotos are wonderful, who cares where.

Written on 04/12/2021 by Diana Rose

Beauty Shot! Electric blue against background of fall colors...A#1.

Written on 04/12/2021 by Diana Rose

Beauty Shot! Not to mention... plane perfection of aerodynamics.... love prop whirrrrr.

Written on 04/12/2021 by Diana Rose

5 stars to the Mad Dog !!

Written on 04/12/2021 by Andrea Gentilini

*I'm not good at editing pictures yet.BUT I'll show you how I'm getting better, so please refrain from aggressive comments. Thank you all*

Written on 03/12/2021 by Jeong Hyun Baek

bengardneryoung- Are you angry bc it doesn't look like a picture? :)

Written on 03/12/2021 by Jeong Hyun Baek

Back in the 90's I had a flight on a Tu-154 from Frankfort to Riga, Latvia. I had arrived in Frankfort from the states aboard a 747, so the Tupolev wasn't exactly inspiring. But it was a reasonably comfortable and uneventful flight. When we landed in Riga, all the passengers (mostly Russian nationals) erupted in thunderous applause and cheers. I concluded that they must have known more about the Tu-154 than I did, so I joined the celebration. Pretty sure I saw flasks (vodka?) pass among a few of the celebrants. The thing that stands out in my memory of that plane was its corrugated rudder.

Written on 03/12/2021 by C Anderson

The original MD-11's had a extra fuel cell in the horizonal tail section because they could not meet the MD guaranteed operating range

Written on 03/12/2021 by Ken Hardy

The reason for the triple bogie gear is because of the crappy runways in the Soviet Union in many cases not hard coat paved just gravel

Written on 03/12/2021 by Ken Hardy

Per Cirium: On 11/29/2021 this 2006 Piper PA-46-500TP was substantially damaged when it veered off the side of Runway 06 on landing at Habersham County Airport, Cornelia, Georgia. The accident happened in daylight (1447L) after a flight from Destin, Florida. There were no injuries.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Michael Gower

Per Cirium: On 12/01/2021 this 1985 Cessna 208 Cargomaster operated by Lake and Peninsula Airlines, undershot on final approach to Runway 06R at Port Alsworth, Alaska, coming down amongst trees short of the runway. The accident happened in darkness (1825L). There were no injuries.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Michael Gower

Per Cirium: On 12/01/2021 this 1985 Cessna 208 Cargomaster operated by Lake and Peninsula Airlines, undershot on final approach to Runway 06R at Port Alsworth, Alaska, coming down amongst trees short of the runway. The accident happened in darkness (1825L). There were no injuries.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Michael Gower

Per Cirium: On 12/01/2021 this 1985 Cessna 208 Cargomaster operated by Lake and Peninsula Airlines, undershot on final approach to Runway 06R at Port Alsworth, Alaska, coming down amongst trees short of the runway. The accident happened in darkness (1825L). There were no injuries.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Michael Gower

Per Cirium: On 12/01/2021 this 1985 Cessna 208 Cargomaster operated by Lake and Peninsula Airlines, undershot on final approach to Runway 06R at Port Alsworth, Alaska, coming down amongst trees short of the runway. The accident happened in darkness (1825L). There were no injuries.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Michael Gower

It was a very nice plane, it's a shame that we hardly see any more.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Pascal Simon

http://www.mustangaero.com/

Written on 03/12/2021 by Carey Campbell

It was registered as a BUSHBY MUSTANG II - Cancelled in 2018

Written on 03/12/2021 by Carey Campbell

Never realized how good the '67 looked

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

This is something I have not seen...new engines on USAF 707

Written on 03/12/2021 by TWA55

Good lookin' bird actually

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

The six wheel gear reminds me of the 777

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

That's a nice shot of a beautiful airplane

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

That livery tho...

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

Nice shot!

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

The pilot has a great view

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

Looks great!

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

Per Cirium: On 12/02/2021 this 1987 Hughes 369E of the St Louis County Police Department was severely damaged during an autorotation landing at the Spirit of St Louis Airport. The helicopter's main rotor struck and severed its tail boom during that hard landing. The accident happened in daylight (1255L) and in VMC. The helicopter was returning following a local surveillance flight. -No Injuries.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Michael Gower

Per Cirium: On 12/02/2021 this 1987 Hughes 369E of the St Louis County Police Department was severely damaged during an autorotation landing at the Spirit of St Louis Airport. The helicopter's main rotor struck and severed its tail boom during that hard landing. The accident happened in daylight (1255L) and in VMC. The helicopter was returning following a local surveillance flight. -No Injuries.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Michael Gower

Great shot! I still can't believe this thing can fly...

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

Very cool!

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

Wonderful shot!

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

I'm not an Airbus fan, but this pic is awesome!

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

It might be a fake pic, but The Queen still shines!

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

You can't deny that livery!

Written on 03/12/2021 by user3956

Cool looking aircraft.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Mark Boehlen

This plane was built in 1968, no wonder it smokes :)

Written on 03/12/2021 by WalAndPl

For some r3eason I am reminded of a Russian Polikarpov WWII? Anyone remember (or know) of this aircraft?

Written on 03/12/2021 by David Powell

Hi, this one is actually a -200 (B722). Cool to see the old livery!

Written on 03/12/2021 by Mark Nunn

Loverly Russian smoker

Written on 03/12/2021 by Peter Watson

How about Anchorage (PANC)?

Written on 03/12/2021 by Samuel Bixler

The activity log for this aircraft shows it arriving at KCMH on 2 Nov from Denver and departing back to Denver the same day. Exactly as @Sean McCandless stated above.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Samuel Bixler

I used to fly it...

Written on 03/12/2021 by Donald G. Elliott

LOL

Written on 03/12/2021 by john bramble

Piaggio??? Same company that makes scooters?

Written on 03/12/2021 by Kim Paige

And ejection seats, at least when USMC had them😂

Written on 03/12/2021 by Kim Paige

Franco, I think we’ve greatly covered that it’s Columbus, Ohio (CMH).

Written on 03/12/2021 by masonite

NOT BD-5B, that is a BD-5T (turboprop).

Written on 03/12/2021 by Juan Jimenez

NOT a BD-5B. BD-5J!

Written on 03/12/2021 by Juan Jimenez

NOT a BD-5B. B's are recip birds. This is a BD-5J.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Juan Jimenez

I would give up an ex-wife to fly one of these.

Written on 03/12/2021 by Juan Jimenez

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