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Awesome photo.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andre Blanchard

When I was a kid during WWII living in Cherryvale, Kansas P38s used to fly over.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Jack McClung

I hope that they bring Fifi to FLorida one winter to keep her warm and let us fly in her. I have flown in all the Collins aircraft and would gladly pay $1000.00 for a flight in the B-29.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Frank Lewis

Note the auto-deployed, engine, thrust reversers in motion at the mere runway touching of the mains.
SUPERB PHOTOGRAPH!

Written on 20.07.2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Allegedly no hard-core pilot could avoid puking in one of these OV-10A Broncos, if the propellers were to be un-synchronized. That was told to me circa 03-1985 by a USAF O-5 at Medina AFB OTS, who was shot down by ground-fire in a Cessna O-1 Bird Dog, having been burned over 60% of his extremities by the Phosperous, wing mounted, rockets he neglected to jettison prior to impact.

Written on 20.07.2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Insane the legs the 787-900 has: 16 hours plus reserves, IAH to SYD.
I wonder if it can out-distance the A-340?

Written on 20.07.2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

747SP, A40-SO: Originally owned by Braniff (a BIG ORANGE), first flight 1979-10-07, sold back to Boeing 1981--01-23, sold to Oman Government 1984-07-02, but, never apparently titled thru current day.
Large communications dome installed on the spine 1984-10-01.
Last reported fight to date 2018-06-19, HAMburg to Oman's MCT Muscat Airport.
http://www.747sp.com/747sp-production-list/21785-405/

Written on 20.07.2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

And, not to mention many of those Pipers having long legs for GA aircraft. Flew one (the Warrior variant N4401X) with two passengers nonstop from Page, NV, KPGA, all the way to Fresno, Chandler KFCH, back in 1995. Still had 50% over the IFR reserves, even after flying around Mono Lake, and Bishop KBIH; then, just nort of Lee Vining O24 up to 13,000 to cross the Sierras. Admittedly we caught a vertical updraft for several thousand feet at a climb rate in excess of 2,500 FPM. Love those Pipers but for the vision restricting low-wing configuration. Sadly that aircraft was lost to CFIT by a novice pilot at KSBP San Luis Obispo, CA.

Written on 20.07.2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Great shot!

Written on 20.07.2018 by jim garrity

If you look at that same area today, the Eastern slopes are full of residential and commercial buildings. Only Rattlesnake mountain is uninhabited. Gee, I wonder why, LOL! Thanks for the memories!

Written on 20.07.2018 by jet4ang

You're so fortunate to be able to be there for these events. Wish I could Gary.

Written on 20.07.2018 by jet4ang

I had the great privilege of touring the interior of "FIFI" when she visited Cheyenne WY in August 2016. Later I watched (and heard!) her take off. What a great airplane. Gives me goosebumps to remember it.

Written on 20.07.2018 by mherlich

Great shot Gary. Good ol' Reno. I learned to fly here and encountered a nasty storm in 06 during my 2nd solo. Nearly pissed my pants but brought the old 182 down safely. I watched a lightning bolt hit the ground nearby during my approach in the rain. Whew!

Written on 20.07.2018 by jet4ang

Only 7:20 AM and this departure was the start of N400WN's second trip of the day - it had arrived here an hour earlier from KLAS.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Gary Schenauer

Been watching these guys in Reno a lot lately. Way cool and superb shot!

Written on 20.07.2018 by jet4ang

Looks like and ANA 787-800 at Itami Aiport.

Written on 20.07.2018 by David Aaron

Originally delivered to Braniff, this s one of the few SP's still flying, the horrible looking bump on the top houses communications equipment.

Written on 20.07.2018 by David Aaron

Beautiful Shot.
Type? Reg? Aerodrome?

Written on 20.07.2018 by Steve Kerman

That is a nice livery for a tanker. Love it!

Written on 20.07.2018 by royr2

This livery sports the saying, "Spirit of Turks and Caicos Islands" written under the cockpit windows.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Shrimp333

Trump visiting Palm Beach again?

Written on 20.07.2018 by bigkahuna400

Thanks Dick! Could've been better if the grey sky had cleared.

Written on 20.07.2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Southwest Airlines in 1967?

Written on 20.07.2018 by Kevin Haiduk

I'm guessing @chalet's comment contains a touch of sarcasm...

Written on 20.07.2018 by Samuel Bixler

Wow wow wow wow wow!!! One for each star!!

Written on 20.07.2018 by bayou

Aircraft Type on Flightaware > AN72

Written on 20.07.2018 by Jose Barth

Great shot.Is ever cool the displays.Easy to fly?

Written on 20.07.2018 by Cris Lambert

Why was this plane at the air force plant in between its short stint with UA and moving onto NW? Was it used for storage? Was it delivered to NW as a freighter and converted at PMD?

Written on 20.07.2018 by Ben Deneweth

No - It really is

Written on 20.07.2018 by Alan Macdonald

Super shot

Written on 20.07.2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Great shot !

Written on 20.07.2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

ANTONOV 74TK-200

Written on 20.07.2018 by clclo

Not a MAX -7

Written on 20.07.2018 by Harrell54

Yes, the original S2 used radials: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grumman_S-2_Tracker

The turbo conversion is documented here:
http://www.taiwanairpower.org/navy/s2t.html

Written on 20.07.2018 by jobeard

Nice flying wale!!

Written on 20.07.2018 by Micky ch

It is very rare to see an EL AL in this space, but is conforting to knew that there are those who like them.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Micky ch

That is an awesome shot. It must of been awesome to hear those Rolls Royce Merlin's roaring overhead.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andrew Coulson

That's beautiful. Do they still show these at the airshows in Britain. I'm hoping to get back and see one soon.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andrew Coulson

Like the Spruce Goose, the Mosquito is an all wood airframe - - making them extremely rare bird to still be operational

Written on 20.07.2018 by jobeard

That's an awesome shot. The Vulcan was actually credited with being the first stealth aircraft. They were a great plane!

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andrew Coulson

Fantastic. The Mossie is probably my favourite aircraft of WW2.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andrew Coulson

That's an awesome photo. Getting a ride in her must have been awesome. What a memory!

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andrew Coulson

Great shot. Now that's what I call a "Group Photo"!

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andrew Coulson

I miss the days when you could look up at an aircraft and know what it was you were seeing with just a quick glance - be it a 727, L1011, 747 or DC9. Now it takes finding tiny little variations with a good long look to even get a clue as to what that generic looking fuselage with 2 engines is.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Kevin Simons

That's an excellent shot. Where were you?

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andrew Coulson

That's an awesome shot of the Spit! I'd love to see one in real life.

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andrew Coulson

That's an awesome shot of the Typhoon. It must of been a blast to be there. You have awesome airshows in Britain, I hope to make it back for one some day. Keep em' coming!

Written on 20.07.2018 by Andrew Coulson

danke

Written on 20.07.2018 by Uwe Zinke

Looks more like a S-76 than a Cessna Skyhawk :-)

Written on 20.07.2018 by Anton1

The photo was taken on 7-7-2018 when the EAA with the help of Chapter 54 were selling rides that weekend.

Written on 20.07.2018 by jim gevay

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