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I am pretty sure this is an Air Transat A310 in lieu of an A330-200 (based on the winglet and size of the wing).

Written on 2017年04月22日 by Kyle B-R

NUESTRA LINEA BANDERA

Written on 2017年04月22日 by carlos manuel soliman payano

Olivier leclercq MONTECITO plane. N83dz was the test flights registration. Now is N650NY.
Have a fantastic day…

Written on 2017年04月22日 by carlos manuel soliman payano

Try B772. Great shot.

Written on 2017年04月22日 by Isaac Vogelzang

Spectacular is right, 5* capture!

Written on 2017年04月22日 by Dave Sheehy

The weird thing about this is that I only see Egyptian Air Force C-130s come through here, and no other foreign military planes.

Written on 2017年04月22日 by Isaac Vogelzang

wow....78 views, 5 actually voted in 17 hours of a below average photo.

Written on 2017年04月22日 by warmwynds

WOW!!! Magnifique !!!

Written on 2017年04月22日 by Jean Lamontagne

Thanks Jose!

Written on 2017年04月22日 by Dave Sheehy

Most graceful lady in the sky.

Written on 2017年04月22日 by Janaka Chandrasekera

Oh how great it would be if American, Delta & United would operate the 747-8. Those upper-deck sections are phenomenal.

Written on 2017年04月22日 by Eric Schminke

Taken from a building or a helicopter?

Written on 2017年04月22日 by CHRIS ROBEY

A great shot, looks like this KA300 has the high float main gear...I am pretty sure Leadville CO is at 10,000feet AMSL.

Written on 2017年04月22日 by CHRIS ROBEY

FlightAware if you want the right informations on all flying machines go to RegoSearch Aircraft Registration all the informations are accurate.

Written on 2017年04月22日 by andré belleau

Great Shot!!!!

Written on 2017年04月22日 by Will Hagen

FlightAware you are wrong a Hughes is not a Cessna 206 please do the correction

Written on 2017年04月21日 by andré belleau

Great photo! Must have been a great ride!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Alan Brown

A spectacular photo, Tomás... thanks for sharing this one with us!!!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by cliff731

The assigned FAA registration number for this Curtiss P-40E aircraft is N940AK.

The tail numbers of "113521" must be intentionally transposed by the aircraft owner from the actual USAAF s/n of 41-5321 of this Curtiss built aircraft... or else, the two numbers are unrelated.

Joe Baugher's published information states the following about this P-40E:

"used by 7th PS, 49th PG in early 1942. Owned by Banta Aviation Corporation as (as) N940AK."

Written on 2017年04月21日 by cliff731

The assigned FAA registration number for this Curtiss P-40E is N940AK.

The tail numbers of "113521" must be intentionally transposed by the aircraft owner from the actual USAAF s/n of 41-5321 of this Curtiss built aircraft... or else, the two are unrelated.

Joe Baugher's published information states the following about this P-40E:

"used by 7th PS, 49th PG in early 1942. Owned by Banta Aviation Corporation as N940AK."

Written on 2017年04月21日 by cliff731

fantastic photograph !!!!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by bob reeves

Six blade Douty props?

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Alan Sanderson

Thanks Dave!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Mark Thomas

Nice Gary, a giant color burst, great shot!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Dave Sheehy

Loved watching these planes as a kid in Okinawa, Naha NAF, 1960's, we lived right across the HWY from the hangers. They were my favorite acrft back then.

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Vincent Birkett

Great shot Mark, 5***

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Dave Sheehy

Beautiful photo

Written on 2017年04月21日 by YUICHI SAITO

Anyone know how you can get votes recorded and not any views to support a vote.

Written on 2017年04月21日 by warmwynds

Thanks Joy, change made...

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Mark Thomas

Thanks guys, I've been waiting a long time to snag this one!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Mark Thomas

Cool,cool,cool picture!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by nycslc1

This IS a very pretty picture!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by nycslc1

Looks like this one's going to be my wallpaper for a while. Beautiful shot, thanks.

Written on 2017年04月21日 by ANGELO DROUTSAS

I miss those -200 engines.... so loud! ;)

Written on 2017年04月21日 by japanjeff

Great time lapse!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Kevin Haiduk

Nacelle is Ku-band antenna for in-flight internet access via cabin wifi. Just used it on a PHL-DEN r/t and works well.

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Gilbert Marquez

Excellent!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by William Baldwin

Was this taken in Bossier?

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Austin Deppe

Thanks John

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Isaac Vogelzang

Nice composition!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Kerry Ahearn

Pretty! Awesome!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Lorraine Taylor

My favorite. Please share more :)

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Lorraine Taylor

A tired old tanker.......if it weren't for forest fires, Neptune would be not be in business. If it were not for the military, companies like Neptune would not be in business because they would not have airplanes to fly.
I flew for Neptune for 5 years, seasonal pilot. Those P2's are maintenance hogs. On average they have 30,000+ plus hours, and the R 3350's are hard to find parts for.

Nice photo!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Richard Ashley

Neptune Air Service........I used to fly for them, then went to Aero Union and flew P-3's until the Forest Service shut them down.

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Richard Ashley

Curious what the nacelle on top is for. Not a universal feature of 737s.

Written on 2017年04月21日 by creed erickson

beautiful

Written on 2017年04月21日 by arch bradbury

Really great shot.

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Bart Steger

The a/c i qualified on was CF-DEN now in a museum in Ottawa a wonderfull forgiving bird we had to do spins in when i flew (long time ago)

Written on 2017年04月21日 by arch bradbury

Excellent image!

Written on 2017年04月21日 by Marcelo Fuentes

I saw a similar older version helicopter to this CH-54, pick up my shot down under fire Huey UH-1D gunship in I Corp South Vietnam in February 1968. We needed to provide small arms cover until it finished and we all was able to return to are base at Camp Evans

Written on 2017年04月21日 by brian dubey

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