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Hi Chris, thank you for the correction and sorry for the error. Effectively it's a De Havilland Canada DHC-7-102 Dash 7.

Written on 2018年09月18日 by manuel silva

Unfortunately, there are many dead airplanes in DVT. It’s only $25 a month to park an airplane on the ramp.

Written on 2018年09月18日 by Brandon Richardson

Who is that?

Written on 2018年09月18日 by Brandon Richardson

No U it was fun to spot with you will

Written on 2018年09月18日 by Gabe Bean

For anyone that wonders what an Allegiant 737-800 would look like!

Written on 2018年09月18日 by Philip Bradshaw

Awesome photo!

Written on 2018年09月18日 by peterjp5

Where you on top of ACM when you took this? What year?

Written on 2018年09月18日 by Tom Vance

sehr schön

Written on 2018年09月18日 by Fabian Dirscherl

Reminds me of the Fairchild C-119 "flying boxcar."

Written on 2018年09月18日 by Paul Wisgerhof

gee, tied to Barron Thomas go figure...

Written on 2018年09月18日 by 96flstc

Two questions: a) how close to stall is the plane; and, b) is he pushing the geese to fly faster?

Written on 2018年09月18日 by Paul Wisgerhof

a 47' model, valid thru May 2021. Dead plane flying

Written on 2018年09月18日 by 96flstc

valid thru Nov 2019, another dead plane flying.

Written on 2018年09月18日 by 96flstc

À l’occasion de la récente Fête de l’Air de l’Aérodrome des Mureaux (LFXU), je viens de découvrir cet étonnant appareil, ainsi que sa encore plus surprenante, agilité pour accomplir des figures de voltige.

Bluffant !

Written on 2018年09月18日 by Jean-Paul BARNIER

WOW !

Written on 2018年09月17日 by ian mcdonell

Grrrr

Written on 2018年09月17日 by anthony96

Thanks! :D

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Savannah Ford

MD83 not DC9

Written on 2018年09月17日 by royr2

no

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Gabe Bean

Pukin' Dogs!
Love the "143" side number on the Super Bug to the right - squadron CO's bird, I'm going to guess! (Squadron is VFA-143)
Don't even get me started on the F-16 photobomb in the background... Fly Navy!

Written on 2018年09月17日 by David Seider

Nice shot.

Written on 2018年09月17日 by CHRIS ROBEY

Thank you Dave! Glad you like my shot of a flying banana!

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Isaac Vogelzang

Super shot - congrats Daniel !

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Marvelous scene you've captured Daniel!

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Brian Carlin

5* Isaac!

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Dave Sheehy

Thanks Brian!

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Isaac Vogelzang

My gear just went three green!

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Larry Raber

Look at the flexing in that wing ... so much weight! A real credit to the engineers who designed this goliath and made it fly!

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Alan Hume

Mr.William Camp
Thank you very much. The subject was good.

Written on 2018年09月17日 by momonger

なつかしの南西航空のYS11
分かる人は昭和の人ね!

Written on 2018年09月17日 by taskforce777

Excellent shot Isaac!! This photo gives the illusion it's about to fly right out of my monitor.

Written on 2018年09月17日 by Brian Carlin

This is much earlier than an 800 series. Possibly a turbojet 600 series, fitted with noise attenuators.

Written on 2018年09月16日 by CHRIS ROBEY

Dash 7. Much rarer than the ATR's with twice as many engines.

Written on 2018年09月16日 by CHRIS ROBEY

I have been wanting to see this for years! So glad I had the chance. Thanks to my lovely wife for tagging along on my crazy adventure!

Written on 2018年09月16日 by mark lovelien

N3DE is an ERJ not a King Air

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Scott Lampe

Hello Jack! This is in the response with your comment on the pic of the American A320 I caught. With this picture, I used a Canon PowerShot SX30 IS, with a non detactable lens. However, I use a Canon EOS 20D with a 75-300 MM Lens. The camera is pretty old, but works nicely. I just usually remove the noise grain by pulling the Luminance up in Noise Reduction. If you need questions, you can contact through Instagram via @ORF_Spotter! Good luck on your new camera! -Draven

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Draven Pastore

Hello Jack! With this picture, I used a Canon PowerShot SX30 IS, with a non detactable lens. However, I use a Canon EOS 20D with a 75-300 MM Lens. The camera is pretty old, but works nicely. I just usually remove the noise grain by pulling the Luminance up in Noise Reduction. If you need questions, you can contact through Instagram via @ORF_Spotter! Good luck on your new camera! -Draven

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Draven Pastore

Thanks! Glad you like it!

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Isaac Vogelzang

5* on this foto Brian!

Written on 2018年09月16日 by LELAND SCHMIDT

A little piece of history - the Livery on the Tail - Johannes "Macky" Steinhoff (15 September 1913 – 21 February 1994) was a Luftwaffe fighter ace during World War II, German general, and NATO official. He was one of very few Luftwaffe pilots who survived to fly operationally through the whole of the war period 1939–45. He was also one of the highest-scoring pilots with 176 victories, and one of the first to fly the Messerschmitt Me 262 jet fighter in combat as a member of the Jagdverband 44 squadron led by Adolf Galland. Steinhoff was decorated with the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords, and later received the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany and several foreign awards including the American Legion of Merit and the French Legion of Honour. He played a role in the so-called Fighter Pilots Conspiracy when several senior air force officers confronted Hermann Göring late in the war.

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Svein Sakshaug

Amazing picture! Love the composition. Go LUV.

Written on 2018年09月16日 by BigAlOutWest

NL40P, P-40N, 42-104590, Lulu Belle

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Greg Byington

NX94466, P-40E, AK-899
Other than the shark mouth, it has a UK (1937-1942) roundel and fin flash.

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Greg Byington

NL55JL, F-51D, 44-84615, Blood Brother, (P-51D-25-NT)
and behind it is:
NX94466, P-40E, AK-899

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Greg Byington

Specifically, the other aircraft are (front to back):
NL151D, P-51D, 44-72777, Sparky, (P-51D-25-NA)
N7551T, P-51D, 44-72438, HELL-ER BUST
NL55JL, F-51D, 44-84615, Blood Brother, (P-51D-25-NT)
N3675G, B-25J, 44-30423, more from Joe Baugher:
"North American B-25J-25/27-NC Mitchell ... 44-30423 (MSN 108-33698) to TB-25J, to EB-25J, to JB-25J. Now with Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino, CA. as N3675G "Photo Fanny". Used in filming of *Pearl Harbor*."

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Greg Byington

That's NX4651C, P-51C-10, 43-25057, Boise Bee, in front with three more P-51s and a B-25 behind it.

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Greg Byington

Thanks, everyone! I'm glad you liked it.

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Greg Byington

I have been on this Aircraft in Houston (IAH)I worked for Continental Airlines as a technician was in school for 747 Avionics in IAH and we were on a parked Continental 747 going thru some avionics checks the An-225 was parked next to us and our instructors asked the flight Engineer if we could take a look. The aircraft was in Houston to pickup oil equipment for an oil company in Russia. The aircraft is massive and interesting we were on it for about an hour. I will always remember it got quite of a few photos. The Engineer asked the Instructor if it was possible to buy Engine oil Exon 2380 for the Aircraft, how many and he said how many can you sell me, called stores and asked how much we could sell them
and they said 100 cases and they agreed. The engineer said if they were back in IAH they buy more 2380. it was a very interesting DAY.

Written on 2018年09月16日 by ANGELO PUGLISI

Bitte!

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Greg Byington

Royal Canada Air Force technical stop

Written on 2018年09月16日 by Jose Mariano Rodríguez Rodríguez

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