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Written on 16/09/2019 by Joseph Bryant

C-FAXI - Is reg to a 1963 DE HAVILLAND DHC2 Mk. 1 Beaver
Great looking A/C, NICE pic!

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

C-FAXI - Is reg to a 1963 DE HAVILLAND DHC2 Mk. 1 Beaver
Great looking A/C, NICE pic!

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

C-FAXI - Is reg to a 1963 DE HAVILLAND DHC2 Mk. 1 Beaver
Great looking A/C, NICE pic!

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

What a great profile shot this is of the B29 taken at Phoenix Deer Valley AZ. Great too that we get the scale of the a/c by the two crew just aft of the nose gear doors...you sure need some hardstand acreage to park a B29.

Written on 16/09/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

N5005T - Is reg to a 1972 PIPER PA-28-140 Cherokee 140

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

N141R - Is reg to a 1944 GRUMMAN G-44 Widgeon-J4F-2
A little history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?AirframeSN=2748
SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who helps keep these Ol’ birds flying
Great looking A/C, NICE pic!

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

Viv, Thank you.

Written on 16/09/2019 by Kurt Finger

Pretty sure this is not a pic of a Pilatus

N148T - Is reg to a 1953 Piper L-21 Super Cub PA-18-105

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

N1481L - Is reg to a 1965 BEECH A23 Musketeer II
NICE pic!

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

#scheer2019 all the way!!

Written on 16/09/2019 by Colton Fletcher

GO SCHEER!!!!!!!

Written on 16/09/2019 by Colton Fletcher

nice pic

Written on 16/09/2019 by Colton Fletcher

N69972 Is reg to a 1944 Boeing TB-29 (B-29-70-BW) Superfortress C/N 10814)
Some history at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doc_(aircraft)
More history at Various places on net, just do the search

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

N69972 Is reg to a 1944 Boeing TB-29 (B-29-70-BW) Superfortress C/N 10814)
Some history at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doc_(aircraft)
More history at Various places on net, just do the search

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

N69972 Is reg to a 1944 Boeing TB-29 (B-29-70-BW) Superfortress C/N 10814)
Some history at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doc_(aircraft)
More history at Various places on net, just do the search

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

N69972 Is reg to a 1944 Boeing TB-29 (B-29-70-BW) Superfortress C/N 10814)
Some history at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doc_(aircraft)
More history at Various places on net, just do the search

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

How was the Reno Air Races, Gary?

Written on 16/09/2019 by Joan Williams

It has a major gas bubble ;) Great pic for sure

Written on 16/09/2019 by Andre Blanchard

great shot!

Written on 16/09/2019 by Joan Williams

This is the link Gary https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/229076

Written on 16/09/2019 by Joan Williams

Is this a C or A?

Written on 16/09/2019 by Joan Williams

You're welcome. Yes the mood is perfect on this picture.

Written on 16/09/2019 by Chris Collinsworth

There is a video that shows the accident occurring. The vid was just posted to the web a few hours ago. I will try to find that vid and post a link to it. The good news is, as stated above, that no one was seriously injured in the crash.

Written on 16/09/2019 by Gary Schenauer

N8160C Unfortunately, according to a Kathryn's Report, this one was involved in an “accident / Incident”
read at: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/KathrynsReport/~3/KXPqmZhgx0E/cirrus-sr20-n8160c-accident-occurred.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

G-THUN - Is reg to a 1942? Republic P-47D Thunderbolt."Nellie"
Some history at: https://www.flyinglegends.com/aircraft/republic-p-47d-thunderbolt-g-thun.html

Great looking A/C, NICE pic!

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

Interesting contradiction:

https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/G-THUN cites Nellie B as Serial #: 399-55731 and yet the rudder clearly shows 54-49192

Written on 16/09/2019 by a mentor

No idea where the G-THUN comes from, but

Serial #: 45-49192
Construction #:
39955731
Civil Registration:
N47DD
N147PF
Model(s):
P-47D-40-RA
Name:
No Guts No Glory
Status (2002): Airworthy
Last info: 2008

USAF Markings and registration

see http://www.warbirdregistry.org/p47registry/p47-4549192.html

Written on 16/09/2019 by a mentor

not Sea Hurricane -- just The Hawker Hurricane is a British single-seat fighter aircraft of the 1930s–40s.

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawker_Hurricane

Written on 16/09/2019 by a mentor

I agree! 5 stars!!....and I'm a Blue Angels nut!!

"Hundo"

Written on 16/09/2019 by C.W. Reed

Yes and yes

Written on 16/09/2019 by jaxstrw

N223X - Is reg to a 2003 PIPER PA-34-200T Turbo Seneca II
Great looking A/C, NICE pic!

Written on 16/09/2019 by jesse kyzer

Nice pic, whats with all the impact damage on the fuselage inline with the prop disc?

Written on 16/09/2019 by Todd Royer

Jim, here You can find more hot aircraft ashes:

https://photos-e1.flightcdn.com/photos/retriever/fe6e6377a0b66b0f342f397a039b7dbbd5f3ade5

Written on 16/09/2019 by Daniel Rytz

Thanks Chris, the sky behind shoud be blue, but the mood is right...

Written on 16/09/2019 by Daniel Rytz

Thanks Lonnie, this is also my favorite pic of this day

Written on 16/09/2019 by Daniel Rytz

Odd formation with NO details.

Written on 16/09/2019 by Lewis Tripp

Always liked that aircraft and flew it whenever possible.

Written on 16/09/2019 by Lewis Tripp

My neighbor in the '80s was a flight engineer on the PBY-5A Black Cats in the South Pacific -- he told great stories of those experiences.

Written on 16/09/2019 by a mentor

Superb photo Daniel. 5*+

Written on 16/09/2019 by Lonnie Penner

You got some very cool pictures Sir. #AWESOME

Written on 16/09/2019 by Chris Collinsworth

Thanks for the comments everyone! I don’t get on Flightaware as much anymore, I’m not ignoring you! Comments are greatly appreciated!

Written on 16/09/2019 by Mark Thomas

Mason Beitz... You are very welcome!!! :-)

Written on 16/09/2019 by cliff731

Nicely done with this shot.

Written on 16/09/2019 by Bart Steger

While taxiing toward the terminal, the people on this one were treated to an unexpected show. The Thunderbirds came in from the south and, trailing smoke, performed the diamond break.

Written on 16/09/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks Cliff I was trying to see where it was from.

Written on 16/09/2019 by Mason Beitz

How is the pilot doing ...... trust he is well

Written on 16/09/2019 by Haitham Elnebtity

Hi Guido - This is ZS-OAO, not OAD

Written on 16/09/2019 by Viv Pike

These relics of the Korean War are almost as good as a Cessna T-37 in converting jet fuel to noise - are far less reliable.

Written on 16/09/2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

A classic robust Piper airframe. Noticing the Piper Cub decal on the aft fuselage too...

Written on 16/09/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

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