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Thank You cliff731!

Written on 24.08.2019 by Joan Williams

Joan Williams... it must be "Oshkosh" and the EAA AirVenture annual event!!! :-)

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/1104930-5910afc7149041f6218713c4a1db6b8200e6c486/all/sort/date/page/2

Written on 24.08.2019 by cliff731

thx Clayton

Written on 24.08.2019 by Colton Fletcher

@claytonarnot- yes i know i tried to do that but it auto corrected it

Written on 24.08.2019 by Colton Fletcher

agree with @kam

Written on 24.08.2019 by Colton Fletcher

Awsome

Written on 23.08.2019 by anthony96

What air show is this?

Written on 23.08.2019 by Joan Williams

perfect shot.

Written on 23.08.2019 by marylou anderson

A LUV shot!

Written on 23.08.2019 by marylou anderson

great shot.
FLY NAVY

Written on 23.08.2019 by marylou anderson

Johnson bar on an older Mooney for raising and lowering the gear. Yes the photo is sideways too.

Written on 23.08.2019 by jim gevay

?

Written on 23.08.2019 by jesse kyzer

What a wonderful shot!

Written on 23.08.2019 by Dan Little

Was honored, and thrilled to fly in one when a B-25 was in Santa Barbara!

Written on 23.08.2019 by Dan Little

Very nice story Paul. I've always liked the DC8. Was there only the single hydraulic system for flight controls? Engine driven pumps on all engines or maybe not?? The F28 would be the closest I have come to this kind of scenario...

Written on 23.08.2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

Sixty years ago, my Dad stopped the family car to watch a Globe Swift land on our rural grass airstrip. This runway had a sag on both ends. The aircraft disappeared from view (expected, due to the sag). Suddenly, my Dad turned onto the runway, honking the car's horn! I asked, "What's going on"? A WWII PBY pilot, he answered, "He's crashed". Since we couldn't see the plane, I was dumbfounded by this observation!

We shortly came upon the scene, where the plane was resting on some "springy" birch trees. Nobody's injured, and the passengers were just exiting onto the wing.

Later, my Dad said, "Globe-Swifts are known for this". I STILL don't know what "this" was...

:-/

Written on 23.08.2019 by robert kennington

Thank you Ken.

Written on 23.08.2019 by Lonnie Penner

Thanks Ken

Written on 23.08.2019 by Lonnie Penner

Gilles Lavigneur, J'ai habite au Rue Millar, pres des Rues Decarie et Poirier - environs 2km de Canadair! Entre 1956 et 1968. Peut etre nous sommes voisins? LOL! (excuse my bad French, je suis anglophone - a YYZ maintenant) LOL!

Written on 23.08.2019 by frank theriault

Jumbo on steroids. LOL!

Written on 23.08.2019 by frank theriault

Beautiful action shot! When I was a youngster in Montreal in the late 60s, the old CL215 used to fly over our house. We live about 2km from the old Canadair plant. Loved these super scoopers ever since.

Written on 23.08.2019 by frank theriault

With the gravel kit! That's why more 737-200s fly in Canada than anywhere else in the world.

Written on 23.08.2019 by frank theriault

I used to live about 2km from the old Canadair plant in Montreal. When I was a kid, we used to see CL215s flying over our house all the time. This is a great photo, brings back memories for me!

Written on 23.08.2019 by frank theriault

It's N52511, http://www.airport-data.com/aircraft/N52511.html.

Not that it matters about a 10 year old photo.

Written on 23.08.2019 by jim gevay

"Kippie Lee" was built in 1945 but the war ended before she saw service. She was immediately sold into private ownership and has always been privately owned to this day. She was once painted with US Coast Guard livery but she was never a Coast Guard aircraft; the livery was for a promotion. She seats eleven passengers in the most luxurious comfort ever experienced by a human in a DC-3. And she recently proved that miracles really DO happen, dreams really CAN come true, and that there is a fabulously kind person somewhere in this world. She did all that by flying an old passenger 55 years back in time to the days of his youth, and for 70 minutes she flew that old guy back through the wonderful era of the propliners once again.

Written on 23.08.2019 by Gary Schenauer

The Newport 17 was
Powered by the 110 hp Le Rhône rotary engine

Written on 23.08.2019 by a mentor

early radial engine was the three-cylinder Anzani, originally built as a W3 "fan" configuration, one of which powered Louis Blériot's Blériot XI across the English Channel. Before 1914, Alessandro Anzani had developed radial engines ranging from 3 cylinders (spaced 120° apart) — early enough to have been used on a few French-built examples of the famous Blériot XI

In World War I many French and other Allied aircraft flew with Gnome, Le Rhône, Clerget, and Bentley rotary engines, the ultimate examples of which reached 250 hp (190 kW) although none of those over 160 hp (120 kW) were successful

Written on 23.08.2019 by a mentor

@jesse the Sopwith Camel used a rotary

Written on 23.08.2019 by a mentor

The 757, such an excellent Boeing creation.
Will be one of my favorites FOREVER!

Written on 23.08.2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

That 727 is based in Chino (KCNO)and chartered by the band for a couple months. They have given tours of the inside during the Chino Airshow donating money to charity. Video of the inside can be found on YouTube.

Written on 23.08.2019 by fholbert

N554PT (2002 Dg Flugzeugbau DG-800B C/N 8-243B157) love those sailplanes

Written on 23.08.2019 by jesse kyzer

N3006 (1946 Douglas DC-3D C/N 42961) “Kippie Lee”
not much history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?AirframeSN=73917

Written on 23.08.2019 by jesse kyzer

N3006 (1946 Douglas DC-3D C/N 42961) “Kippie Lee”
not much history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?AirframeSN=73917

Written on 23.08.2019 by jesse kyzer

Brilliant aircraft, very heavy to fly compared to the Boeing 747 but I loved flying it for many years worldwide including a flight from Singapore to Melbourne when we had a partial Hydraulic failure we manually flew it for the rest of the flight, had it fixed in Australia and we lost the same hydraulic pump (engine driven) on our way back to Singapore where we parked it and got off. The company asked us to take it to Bangkok.....nope we have done our bit.....sort it out.

Written on 23.08.2019 by Paul coyne

Could it be N 52517, a PT-17 Stearman?

Written on 23.08.2019 by Richard Yates

N5290L - 1968 PIPER PA-28-180 Cherokee

Written on 23.08.2019 by jesse kyzer

still a nice photo of a very clean Wright 1820-76D ?

Written on 23.08.2019 by 96flstc

still a nice photo of a very clean Wright 1820-76D ?

Written on 23.08.2019 by 96flstc

WHAT USED rotaries in WWI?

Written on 23.08.2019 by jesse kyzer

I've been there way too many times.

Written on 23.08.2019 by jim gevay

Radial engine, not rotary, rotaries were used in WWI and although looked similar they were completely different in design.

Written on 23.08.2019 by jim gevay

Michael Thank you. Since Narita International Airport is an inland airport, there are many good shooting points. I took this photo from the sidewalk where I can see the spot.

Written on 23.08.2019 by Yoshihiro Oshita

Exactly right Jim!

Written on 23.08.2019 by Marc Schulte

buenisimo.-

Written on 23.08.2019 by norberto hugo pacho

@Micky I mentioned both of them

Written on 23.08.2019 by Will F

Thanks everyone!

Written on 23.08.2019 by Will F

Superb Sight & Pic David

Written on 23.08.2019 by ken kemper

Love this livery.

Written on 23.08.2019 by Allan Jones

Shot is crisp even tho it was clicked from inside the terminal, but there are a couple of minor reflections from the concourse foot traffic behind me. I'll say this, tho. The KBUF terminal janitorial / maintenance employees sure do keep the windows clean. Have to have been the cleanest, smudge-free, dirt-free airport terminal windows, inside and outside, that I've ever seen. Superb.

Written on 23.08.2019 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks John!

Written on 23.08.2019 by Darryl Sarno

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