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LUV the lighting! Quite the night picture...

Written on 2020年01月23日 by BigAlOutWest

where this picture was taken

Written on 2020年01月23日 by Francisco Lugo

Sadly she was lost fighting fires in New Southwales, AU today

Written on 2020年01月23日 by a mentor

Sadly this Coulson #134 C-130 Hercules N134CG was lost on 23-1-2020 while firefighting in New Southwales, AU

Written on 2020年01月23日 by a mentor

How come there are no A380's in/out of Ohare in Chicago? Demand is certainly there. Is there a technical reason like gate space, etc?

Written on 2020年01月23日 by bigkahuna400

My boy

Written on 2020年01月23日 by DiakaSedrikov

Super Shot Taylor!!

Written on 2020年01月23日 by ken kemper

Andreas......

Cool Deicing Photo !!

Written on 2020年01月23日 by ken kemper

Chalet......

That is most correct. Well said !!

Written on 2020年01月23日 by ken kemper

Looking at the first four shots today, from top left clockwise, we have a small, two mediums and a large.

Written on 2020年01月23日 by Paul Wisgerhof

Definitely not a Beechcraft Beechjet! Something went wrong there!

Written on 2020年01月23日 by Mary Mathews

Thank you so much Gavin!! They had 22 in use Monday due to maint. on main runway, winds blowing straight across made for some interesting landings. This area is definitely my favorite spot, quiet, not a lot of vehicle traffic and its the closest to the action one can get without an airport badge.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by rwb2112

Thank you for making this a Staff Pick!
I'm grateful my photo was great enough to warrant a like from the FlightAware staff as well as featured in the Staff Pick section!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by blazearctic

Magnificent coloring and a great angle to highlight the it all.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Gavin Hughes

Gimme a break! Too many good shots to comment on each, suffice to say that nothing disappoints. Super work.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Gavin Hughes

Sorry for the quality of picture and I do not remember the airframe.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Reed Hume

Pas Cessna---Van'SRV

Written on 2020年01月22日 by andré belleau

Before the hurricanes and earthquakes San Juan P.R. had many DC-3s on the field. They have been robust, reliable airframes for both short haul freight and passenger service in the Caribbean

Written on 2020年01月22日 by a mentor

Performance might be enhanced but nothing, nothing at all can replace the celestial sound of good ole R-1830-92 piston radials.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by chalet

Singular photo.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by michel charron

Xtra Airways "aka" the old Casino Express Airlines started and was headquartered in Elko, Nevada. The airline was founded by the original owner of Red Lion Hotels in the late 80s. The airline was sold to a group in 2006 and has changed hands a few times since ending up as Swift.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by biscayne738

color scheme coordinator surely is color-blind. The previous colours are destinctive- these are boring, bland, and worse

Written on 2020年01月22日 by patrick baker

Gorgeous !!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

Many thanks. Sunset photos are one of my favorites.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by goodluck747400

Awesome shot, the reflection of the sunset on nose looks great.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by rwb2112

Thank you both!!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by rwb2112

Thanks Gavin!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by rwb2112

Thank you for that information.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by rwb2112

Great shot, John!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Phil Brooks

GREAT comment @Gary -- be really nice if FA could make that some form of Sticky for general info on usage.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by a mentor

Small correction, it's a -800. not a -700.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Christos Psarras

Awesome Photo Gary.

what a cool mean looking plane too !!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

Woo!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Coolplaner14

Nice capture!!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Yvon Dionne

Nice shot Jonah....

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

Way Cool RWB !!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

Superb Photo Grant...…

Action Packed !!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

This is now an NBA 757. The winglets have been removed from the NBA program 757s and placed onto other normal service Delta 757s.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Muchits

Kyle.....

Now that is a cool sight with the Dollies in the foreground....
Too bad the Commander Loader could hav ebeen moved for a better shot.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

Gary.....

Basler Turbo retrofits a number of the DC-3's with the Canadian built Pratt & Whitney PT6A- 67R Turbo. Gives the aircraft a leap on performance and range.

Some of the other more historic DC-3's get the classic radials.

Basler is about 20 miles from my home in Appleton.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

Thanks so much RWB !!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

Superb photo Gary !!

Appreciate your kind comments with the DC-3's from Basler Turbo. The place is right across the field from EAA. Not sure if they allow aviation buffs to be supervised through their grounds.

That's All Brother was found & restored there.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

Gary.......

Thanks for your very fine comments on the pic. What an awesome experience you had to be up in one of those old birds.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by ken kemper

Прилетели? Слава Тебе Господи!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Ольга Плотникова

Nice Falcon beautiful color!

Written on 2020年01月22日 by missy kroll

Eurocopter EC-130.

Written on 2020年01月22日 by Paul Wisgerhof

Beautiful catch of a beautiful plane in that low sun.

Written on 2020年01月21日 by Gavin Hughes

Dean, this is a Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force P-3 Orion, built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries under license of Lockheed Martin. The red sun on the fuselage identifies the country. The reg number mystifies me because the only reg numbers I've ever seen on JMSDF Orions were all 5xxx series numbers (5031, 5032, etc.). Perhaps this is one that is headed for Malaysia. I remember reading (maybe 2-3 years ago) that the JMSDF was retiring their Orions and that the Royal Malaysian Air Force had asked Japan if they (the Malaysians) could buy 3 or 4 of them. I never heard what became of that request.
Anyway, the only reg numbers that have "N" in front are US civil aviation aircraft. The US military a/c do not start with an "N" and no foreign countries have "N" in front of the numerals (such as N2345Y or etc.). So when you entered just the four numerals, the FA program auto-filled the "N" in front of those numbers and then the program went thru its reg records, found N9132, and auto-entered BE58. Here is what you need to do.
Log in. Go down to the reg box. Delete the reg number and DO NOT enter anything in it. When you delete the reg numbers from the reg box, the BE58 will auto-erase. Then you go to that box and enter "P3." Leave the reg number box empty. You can't enter just four numerals in it because then the program enters an "N" and then auto-fills BE58. So just leave the reg box empty.
The FA program is designed to accommodate US civil reg numbers and US military reg numbers. It will also accommodate civil reg numbers of other countries. However, military air forces of foreign countries all use their own registration number systems and when FA's program sees something that it does not "recognize" as a reg number, it tries to "fit" the reg into a category that it is programmed to accommodate. Thus, when you put just the four numerals in, the FA program decides that you didn't enter the "N" so it does. You aren't wrong about the reg on that Orion. It IS "9132." But you can't enter it because FA's program will alter it to "fit' what it recognizes.
PS - While you are refilling the P3 into the box, enter the airport code in the airport code box too. We all like to know where the pics were taken.
(Hope this helps. Thumbs Up, my friend.)

Written on 2020年01月21日 by Gary Schenauer

Northwest Airlink used to fly these. Yeah, you really had to get to the destination to fly in one of these. Yikes...

Written on 2020年01月21日 by Robert Cowling

Delta (Connection) flew these too. It was pretty cool to actually fly in one, ironically just before they dropped them. *POOF* they were gone.

Smooth flight, not so noisy, funny to see them coming in for landing with that split tail speed break. The first time I saw it, I was kinda freaked out. Interesting...

Written on 2020年01月21日 by Robert Cowling

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