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Written on 24.07.2017 by Guido Warnecke

Air Ambulance - Owned by Government of Québec

Written on 24.07.2017 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Thanks Mark! Appreciate the kind words. I'm sure you'll get this bird in Toronto.

Written on 24.07.2017 by Darryl Sarno

Some stats (see *) on the new Northrop Grumman Airborne Early Warning Command and Control E-2D Advanced Hawkeye ... Unfolded wingspan - 80 ft, 7 in // Folded wingspan - 29 ft, 4 in // Rotodome diameter - 24 ft // Cruising speed - 256 kt // Max Cruise speed - 325 kt // Ceiling - 34,700 // Minimum takeoff distance - 1,346 ft // Aerial Refueling capable // Power - Two Rolls-Royce T56-A-427A Turboprops // Crew - Five.
* Permission received from Northrop Grumman for public release of information.

Written on 24.07.2017 by Gary Schenauer

Polished metal always adds just the right touch. Lots of muscle to keep it that way though.

Written on 24.07.2017 by cboginsk

Outstanding photo - wonderful shot of a great airplane.

Written on 24.07.2017 by cboginsk

It's a 767

Written on 24.07.2017 by Will Cooper

sehr schön Ralf!! ich stand am lineup!

Written on 24.07.2017 by Uwe Zinke

Newly painted at Midwest Aircraft Refinishing (Hibbing MN)

Written on 24.07.2017 by atb01

My apologizes that I have no information on this aircraft. I thought this was a cool shot, and I should post it even without the reg. and other info I usually give on my posts.

Written on 24.07.2017 by Dwight Hartje

thank you Dwight!!
yes, a fantastic livery!!

Written on 24.07.2017 by Uwe Zinke

Beautiful catch and capture!

Written on 24.07.2017 by Dwight Hartje

Beautiful catch!

Written on 24.07.2017 by Dwight Hartje

Awesome catch! Those scimitars are awesome!

Written on 24.07.2017 by Dwight Hartje

Within seconds of finishing the drop, I noticed the landing gear came up.

Written on 24.07.2017 by Nils Ribi

Actually built on a 747-400 Airframe, N744ST

Written on 24.07.2017 by David Whyte

This cellphone photo was taken at the U.S. Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker, Alabama.

Written on 24.07.2017 by 30west

Dumb beyond Stupid! This is not the Aviation Lourds

Written on 24.07.2017 by Charles Peele

Thank You, Mark.

Written on 24.07.2017 by Scot Wattawa

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Written on 24.07.2017 by Guido Warnecke

Great photo, thank you! Interesting looking paint scheme. Wonder what it looks like from the side?

Written on 24.07.2017 by Alan Brown

Very well done Brian!

Written on 24.07.2017 by Dave Sheehy

danke!!
frueh morgens immer ein kleines Problem mit den Lichtverhaeltnissen!

Written on 24.07.2017 by Uwe Zinke

danke Crazy!!

Written on 24.07.2017 by Uwe Zinke

haette ich sonst nie drauf gezoomt!

Written on 24.07.2017 by Uwe Zinke

...and I suppose they've studied the possibility of retardant running through the engines?

Written on 24.07.2017 by Mark Thomas

Anyone who is Type Rated in the MD87 like to hazard a guess as to why he is making the run in gear down configuration? Would not be optimal if he suffered an engine failure in this type of terrain...

Written on 24.07.2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

perfekt

Written on 24.07.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

kein Problem, sehr schön getroffen

Written on 24.07.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice shot

Written on 24.07.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

great shot

Written on 24.07.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

very nice shot

Written on 24.07.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

genial! sehr schön! 5 Sterne

Written on 24.07.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

Chris, Thanks. Unfortunately some people don't like it as they're giving me a negative rating on my photos. If it's because I link my ANet account to it, or if they have something against me.

Written on 24.07.2017 by iFlyGr8

Thanks, Richard! I thought that's what it was, but I've not been up on my Convairs for about 30 years and wasn't sure.

Written on 23.07.2017 by Rick Finch

This aircraft just flew over my house 17km from melbourne Au. on approach to Melbourne International after round trip over Launceston Tas. Would appear to have made similar flights at a number of locations on it's way to Australia.

Written on 23.07.2017 by David Minter

What type of picture is this what is the style?

Written on 23.07.2017 by Grant Bush

Bill Signs has one with the triple tail.

Written on 23.07.2017 by 96flstc

Nice, Two SH-60K's of the JMSDF 51 Kokutai based at Atsugi Naval Air Base

Written on 23.07.2017 by David Aaron

Was texting and forgot to tie down, Yes ?

Written on 23.07.2017 by William Crooker

1st aircraft I learned to fly in at Levens Bros.Airport. Dufferin St Toronto.

Written on 23.07.2017 by Doug Smith

Very Well lighted!

Written on 23.07.2017 by BigAlOutWest

Thanks!

Written on 23.07.2017 by Michael Hunke

Thanks Mark,it's belonging to springbok classic air and painted in aer lingus retro for airshows across Europe.

Written on 23.07.2017 by Brian Buckley

Ha ha.Eric and mates playing golf in doonbeg, dep at 15:00 today going home.

Written on 23.07.2017 by Brian Buckley

On it's way to Moscow?

Written on 23.07.2017 by Mark Thomas

Now there's something you don't see every day, nice catch Brian!

Written on 23.07.2017 by Mark Thomas

That's a glorious spotting location you have there Scot!

Written on 23.07.2017 by Mark Thomas

Nice Scot!!

Written on 23.07.2017 by Mark Thomas

Cool picture where did you see it

Written on 23.07.2017 by usaf12367

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