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Written on 19.09.2017 by Daniel Dunphy

Go Lobos!... (University of New Mexico...)

Written on 19.09.2017 by Lenny Blumberg

Great shot of these Sands Hotel Aircraft. Did not know they had an A340 in their fleet.

Written on 19.09.2017 by Darryl Sarno

Really cool

Written on 19.09.2017 by usaf12367

I wish I had a time machine so I could go back to the days when 747s ruled the Skies

Written on 19.09.2017 by usaf12367


Written on 19.09.2017 by usaf12367

Sehr schön!

Written on 19.09.2017 by Greg Byington

Very nice, Uwe!

Written on 19.09.2017 by Greg Byington

the pilot Robbie Bansal flew this aircraft around the world this summer, just arrived home earlier in the month.

Written on 19.09.2017 by sam kuminecz

beautiful aeronave ,i´m like to yuo desing...

Written on 19.09.2017 by jose trijillio

What a great shot! I particularly like how you caught the WN 737 taking off out of Oakland there in the background.

Written on 19.09.2017 by John W

"End of WWII bird!"

Written on 19.09.2017 by Doug Cook

This fellow said he was having a hard time getting home, and needed help replacing some tires, I thought..."how much can that be?"

Written on 19.09.2017 by Doug Cook

Usually the turboprop is a hotrod, but this looks most required?!

Written on 19.09.2017 by Doug Cook

This was the photo used on Bede's promotional flyer. My favorite picture of the jet. Bede test pilot and one of their engineer's in the back. I did get to fly this and it was a blast!

Written on 18.09.2017 by Chris Lane

Does it bother anyone else that one of the landing lights isn't on?

Written on 18.09.2017 by Aidan Sesnic

Fantastic shot

Written on 18.09.2017 by Derek Marshall

Taken when it was over Lac des Deux-Montagnes after sunset.

Written on 18.09.2017 by anlelmc

He did fly Hurricanes during the war, but he had the accident before the war. And I think he was just up flying around and showing off when it happened.

Written on 18.09.2017 by Greg Byington

Hey, thanks Uwe! I'll let my wife know that I was right about something. She probably won't belive me, though! ;) And that is still a really nice picture!

Written on 18.09.2017 by Greg Byington

Where is this please?

Written on 18.09.2017 by John Carpenter

Hello new desktop background pic!!

Written on 18.09.2017 by Joe Wood

Hi Dave, TY for your comment. Your pictures are also fantastic! I like your collection

Written on 18.09.2017 by Jean-Pierre MARTINROCHE

Rossiya – Special Flight Squadron

Written on 18.09.2017 by Mikhail Utkin

FMA IA 58 Pucará

Written on 18.09.2017 by Rex Ragsdale

FMA IA 58 Pucará

Written on 18.09.2017 by Rex Ragsdale

VH-EAB Qantas Boeing 747SP-38 cn 22672 537

Written on 17.09.2017 by Peter Thomas

Man, how I wished I had a time machine and could go back to those days. While I've been fortunate enough to have traveled on numerous 747s, more specifically the 200 and 400 series, I was never booked on an SP. What a great aircraft.

Written on 17.09.2017 by Eric Schminke

82008 Just landed at my local airport (PSM) a few minutes ago!

Written on 17.09.2017 by Max W

Nice first class

Written on 17.09.2017 by usaf12367

I love this shot so much! Excellent:)

Written on 17.09.2017 by Grace Payne

Nice light.

Written on 17.09.2017 by Christian Parada

Great shot.

Written on 17.09.2017 by Alexander Viduetsky

Initially I thought this airplane was a B777, but looking closely and, specially due to the engine size, I figured out it had to be a A330. The engines seem small for the aircraft size. Good picture!

Written on 17.09.2017 by Carlos Pereira

Thank you :)

Written on 17.09.2017 by Stijn Bavré

Sorry, I meant Gary! Thanks again.

Written on 17.09.2017 by Roy Knighton

Wish I was there hearing it! Thanks Gary.

Written on 17.09.2017 by Dave Sheehy

Greg, Thank you so much for the link to your pictures. I had forgotten Mohawk's colour scheme and also how many British and French aircraft there were in the US in the 1960s - Viscount, BAC 111, Caravelle and even Nord 262! My first flight at age 16 was on a BEA Viscount from LHR to Paris Le Bourget in 1959.

Written on 17.09.2017 by Roy Knighton


Written on 17.09.2017 by Ron Harper

Wow! A corporate configured Viscount, complete with "long range" slipper tanks fitted. The total fuel flow in cruise would have been around 3000 pounds per hour, with the four RR Darts propelling her at approx 260 knots TAS. Huge cabin for a Biz Liner..a great shot!

Written on 17.09.2017 by CHRIS ROBEY


Written on 17.09.2017 by Tomás Del Coro

I too like 747s better

Written on 17.09.2017 by usaf12367

Really cool and nice story

i instantly reconize do this beautiful plane

Written on 17.09.2017 by usaf12367

Great photo of the new pilatus PC-24

Written on 17.09.2017 by sam kuminecz

Super dolphin! :D I rode this type once from Kansai to Takamatsu; quite a short flight!

Written on 16.09.2017 by japanjeff

Very nice shot!

Written on 16.09.2017 by Eric Shepherd

Thanks Gary! You know as a kid growing up in SYD in the late 1960's I often saw (always) B & W photos in aviation magazines of Mohawk aircraft, but I never guessed that their livery incorporated Gold!...They sure looked fantastic! It wasn't until 1982 that I got a job flying F-27s. Thanks for showing me what I missed!

Written on 16.09.2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Thanks, Gary, for sharing this one with us!

It's not everyday that you get to see this action.

*F*I*V*E* Stars!

Written on 16.09.2017 by cliff731

5* Tomás!

Written on 16.09.2017 by Dave Sheehy

Fantastic picture Tomas.

Written on 16.09.2017 by Dave Sheehy

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