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where is this? Is that smoke below?<br />Very dramatic background but please ID this craft and location.

Written on 17.11.2018 by marylou anderson

Semper FI!

Written on 17.11.2018 by marylou anderson

Give the Italian&apos;s a project and look what they come up with. It is always amazing to see one of these beautiful airplanes. Nice catch,rwb2112!

Written on 17.11.2018 by CDBrozovich

wow! you need sunglasses to look it over!

Written on 17.11.2018 by marylou anderson

Nice capture of the aircraft on the down wind over the wing.

Written on 17.11.2018 by Todd Royer

thank you Greg!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Uwe Zinke

Sehr schön!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Greg Byington

Very nice, Uwe!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Greg Byington

Thanks Tony, i didn&apos;t type the code in the box provided, I thought flightaware might have got the code right after I put the reg in the box which they normally do. I&apos;ll have to do it next time.

Written on 17.11.2018 by Brian Buckley

Nice shot! 5*

Written on 17.11.2018 by Cade Emtage

Nice one! 5*****

Written on 17.11.2018 by Cade Emtage

AWESOME SHOT!!! 5*****

Written on 17.11.2018 by Cade Emtage

Aircraft type is B788, great shot! 5*****

Written on 17.11.2018 by Cade Emtage

Very Good Shot! 5*****

Written on 17.11.2018 by Cade Emtage

Pretty Shot! 5*****

Written on 17.11.2018 by Cade Emtage

Good Shot Alex! 5*****

Written on 17.11.2018 by Cade Emtage

Thankyou---Great Thanksgiving and early Christmas gift. WOW!!!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Charles Peele

AWESOME FIVE STARS

Written on 17.11.2018 by Chris Partin

FIVE<br /><br />STARS !!!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Chris Partin

AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Chris Partin

Great photo Brian and the code for a MAX 8 is B38M.

Written on 17.11.2018 by Tony Erni

Awesome beauty!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Kilrah

That must&apos;ve taken WEEKS to assemble with an Allen wrench!

Written on 17.11.2018 by HowSwedeitis

Thank you very much, Viv.

Written on 17.11.2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Are the tires inflated??

Written on 17.11.2018 by HowSwedeitis

Great photo, Uwe. Maybe late was good for a change.

Written on 17.11.2018 by Viv Pike

Frecce Tricolori, the pride of Italy.<br />Believe me, it&apos;s the best aerobatics team in the world !!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Andrea Gentilini

Dad was a turret gunner. This is what HW Bush flew. Sad fact was the crewmen had a difficult time exiting and could not wear a parachute because of cramped conditions.

Written on 17.11.2018 by n7tcf

Fly perfectly alone; the show is when it is made the subject of a fake rifle shot with remote control in place of the trigger and after making a sound of pain releases a trail of strips of colored paper that simulate the feathers of the affected cock.

Written on 17.11.2018 by iw1ppbandrea

Thanks

Written on 17.11.2018 by Brian Buckley

That is an excellent catch, Fabian. 5*

Written on 17.11.2018 by Viv Pike

Thanks Cade.

Written on 17.11.2018 by Nigel Steele

Joli mais,Pollution...

Written on 17.11.2018 by Fernando RODRIGUES

Great pic - 5*

Written on 17.11.2018 by Viv Pike

I sure don&apos;t see where it&apos;s supposed to be a shrimp, lol like the other guys commen said at - the Bubba Gump paint shop the fumes are strong. Great photo for sure!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Wayne Arnold

Old Connie, what a great plane in it&apos;s day. Now day&apos;s plane&apos;s become obsolete real fast.

Written on 17.11.2018 by Wayne Arnold

Cute little guy!

Written on 17.11.2018 by Kilrah

Viv Pike - the FAA registry agrees with your identification...<br /><br /><a rel="nofollow" href="http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=8009">https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=8009</a>

Written on 17.11.2018 by cliff731

The vast majority of deicing around the world is done with two fluid types: Type I and Type IV, both of which primarily consist of propylene glycol. Type I is the orange or reddish fluid used to actively deice the aircraft by melting and knocking off contamination. Heated up to 82 degrees Celsius (180 degrees Fahrenheit) and mixed with water, the chemical properties of the glycol lower the freezing point of water, while the heat and high pressure can melt and remove contamination. Type IV, the bright green fluid you’ll see aircraft covered in while taxiing, is often referred to as anti-icing fluid. It is not mixed with water and is much thicker than Type I. Type IV sticks to the aircraft and is used during active snowfall or precipitation to prevent accumulation of additional ice or snow. It can provide a holdover time of up to 45 minutes, allowing aircraft to depart safely after an extended taxi or ground delay. (Excerpt taken from FR24 Newsletter).

Written on 17.11.2018 by Viv Pike

Thanks cade

Written on 17.11.2018 by Brian Buckley

Partenavia AP-68TP-300 Spartacus maybe?

Written on 17.11.2018 by Viv Pike

Twin engine &quot;Skyhawk&quot; ????

Written on 17.11.2018 by Ric Allen

Actually, P3 Orion. Tail &quot;stinger&quot; intact.

Written on 17.11.2018 by hal pushpak

Yes, a rare bird to spot !

Written on 16.11.2018 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

Corona Municipal Airport, California. KAJO

Written on 16.11.2018 by etg12

Looks sharp enough to shave with. Great shot!

Written on 16.11.2018 by Doug Zalud

Now thats a real Flyin Chicken......... Wonderful

Written on 16.11.2018 by Dan Brink

That was a great airline in it&apos;s day.

Written on 16.11.2018 by fholbert

When was this? Was it last tourist season?

Written on 16.11.2018 by Tyler Emtage

Helio the registration of this airplane is N973AV.

Written on 16.11.2018 by Tony Erni

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