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Thank-you Gavin!

Written on 26.05.2020 by Sandi Jones

https://www.airport-data.com/aircraft/F-AZVM.html

Written on 26.05.2020 by Mark Harris

If the OAT was minus 35F at 3PM, it would be nice to know what month this shot was taken in PAFA.

Written on 26.05.2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

https://nl4ehv.nl/download/Blog/SU-27/Dance.mp4

Written on 26.05.2020 by NL3EHV

That radar site atop the peak in centre of shot is above 8000 feet AMSL. Very nice Beech A36 shot too..

Written on 26.05.2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

O.K., why can't you idiots at Flightaware be "aware" that most international aircraft markings do NOT carry an "N" tail number? The proper registration number of this bird is German Air Force 15-03. That has NOTHING to do with the FAA registry in any way, shape, or form. That number is NOT assigned to any currently flying U.S. aircraft.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Paul Wisgerhof

These guys may have flown from Montgomery Field in San Diego, but the photo was taken over Point Loma looking back at NAS Coronado.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Paul Wisgerhof

Consolidated-Vultee P4Y-2. The yellow and black stripe is Korean War vintage.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Paul Wisgerhof

Hi Emily, you can correct the aircraft type by changing it to LANC. The type error is one of those FA glitches.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks for the info Dwight. By coincidence, I met a guy here a couple of years ago who had one of those on one of the Nikon D5000s as I recall and he said he was impressed with it.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Nice,.. but can they do this?
https://nl4ehv.nl/download/Blog/SU-27/Dance.mp4

Written on 26.05.2020 by NL3EHV

Hi Daniel, as Viv said, it was on FA but was removed pretty quickly after breach of copyright was reported. It would have been removed before you got to see it.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Superb.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Sweet shot Sandi.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Very cool anywhere. Great catch from the moment in time Tom.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Super catch.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

What can you say...3 pics 5, 5, 5. You get bonus points for the P-51!

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Another great collection Darryl.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Both very nice captures, Hensley.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

It still cant reach to St maarten as yet. But i hope very soon it does!

Written on 26.05.2020 by daniel jef

Very nice capture Joshua.

Written on 26.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Take off or landing world lol?

Written on 26.05.2020 by daniel jef

Take off or landing world lol?

Written on 26.05.2020 by daniel jef

Take off or landing world??

Written on 26.05.2020 by daniel jef

Them winglets are just a awesome sight to see!!!

Written on 26.05.2020 by daniel jef

"Slicks" even!

Written on 25.05.2020 by Stuart Sibitzky

Still needs the decal on the rudder to make it "official".

Written on 25.05.2020 by Stuart Sibitzky

@ Robert Cowling.

" ... what are the roots of the Beluga? It looks more like a purpose built plane rather than an altered existing design."

Are you able to read? The caption says it all. Airbus A330.
Per Wiki ... " Its aft section is based on the A330-300 while its forward on the A330-200 for centre of gravity reasons, and the reinforced floor and structure comes from the -200F".

Written on 25.05.2020 by Viv Pike

@ Daniel Jef

That photo and uploader were reported for copyright, and the doctored image has now been removed.

Written on 25.05.2020 by Viv Pike

Thanks Greg! Good ol’ Provo, haha. Such a great and scenic airport! Blue skies!

Written on 25.05.2020 by Nate Rasband

@ Gavin Hughes where have you seen that or who was the uploader ??

Written on 25.05.2020 by daniel jef

looks more like an A350 900

Written on 25.05.2020 by trembo A

Great shots of this beauty!

Written on 25.05.2020 by rwb2112

Very nice shot!

Written on 25.05.2020 by rwb2112

Embraer ERJ-190 (twin-jet) (E190)

Written on 25.05.2020 by Luis Tomas

Nice pic, Nate! And I knew where you took it as soon as I saw that Y. ;-)

Written on 25.05.2020 by Greg Byington

I just love this bird. One of my favourite designs of all times.
My mother used to cut plywood parts for these as part of the WWII effort so it became personal thing for me.

Written on 25.05.2020 by John moffitt

Photo shopping??

Written on 25.05.2020 by Rob Nierop

Awesome shots man. pretty cool seeing it struggle with the winds. so disappointed i only got phone pics of her. Was dealing with my own diversions at the time lol

Written on 25.05.2020 by Arturo Caldera

Thanks Richard! I agree, they did well for the conditions. The American A320 in this set arrived just before the 748 and floated well past Delta before finally setting it down.

Written on 25.05.2020 by Brian Carlin

Thank you, Gavin! I use a Tamron 18-400mm compact lens. I got it as it was a good price tor a zoom lens.

Written on 25.05.2020 by Dwight Hartje

Thank you so much, Gary!

Written on 25.05.2020 by Dwight Hartje

Nice shots of this beast fighting that crosswind. Did a lot better than the FedEx DC10 that touched down past Delta and went around.

Written on 25.05.2020 by rwb2112

far from any known Airbus! This is an Avro Lancaster WWII bomber

Written on 25.05.2020 by a mentor

Thank you sir

Written on 25.05.2020 by Hensley Garcia

Bigkahuna400: It's probably a little like LGA to New York City, although BOS is a larger airport. It also seemed easier to get out of BOS to the city than out of LGA.

Written on 25.05.2020 by Robert Cowling

And the Shuttle Transporters. Carrying the shuttle on their back, and all the added structure to support that extra weight. I doubt they got enough lift out of the shuttle to make it even close to a wash. And the Dreamlifters. But the latter at least looks somewhat more like a traditional plane.

Aerodynamics would be an interesting profession.

I remember, as a kid, walking through a C-5A and thinking that was the largest plane ever. HUGE planes...

Beluga motto: If it fits, it ships. And just about everything will fit in that!

It's obvious what Boeing did (added a larger tube to a 747), what are the roots of the Beluga? It looks more like a purpose built plane rather than an altered existing design. Still, amazing....

Written on 25.05.2020 by Robert Cowling

@ Gavin Hughes Thanks much yea it is!

Written on 25.05.2020 by daniel jef

Hope it come to St Maarten soon!

Written on 25.05.2020 by daniel jef

Nice picture!

Written on 25.05.2020 by daniel jef

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