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Written on 2017/10/17 by Fabian Dirscherl

Back in Canada next to a Catalina!

Written on 2017/10/17 by CHRIS ROBEY

This shot was taken at YSBK Bankstown NSW. The blue hangar on the left is Hawker De Havilland who were basically the Beech dealer in Australia. This meant they had PWC PT6A engine approvals through their KingAir sales/support and also avionics and heavy airframe work capability...nice shot! I started with Ansett(F27)nine years after this shot was taken.

Written on 2017/10/17 by CHRIS ROBEY

Fabulous shot, Luis! Excellent work! Kind regards...

Written on 2017/10/16 by Jim Quinn

NICE catch Chris !!!

Written on 2017/10/16 by John Marotta

Beauty!!!!

Written on 2017/10/16 by Gary Wisdom

What else do you like Chris - I may be able to find some pics

Written on 2017/10/16 by ian mcdonell

What else do you like Chris - I may be able to find some pics

Written on 2017/10/16 by ian mcdonell

That is the stuff of dreams. Very nice dreams!

Written on 2017/10/16 by doug ogle

Cheers Ian-Not sufficiently talented (or creative) to do any posting myself...but always appreciate other people's capabilities and dedication!

Written on 2017/10/16 by CHRIS ROBEY

Cheers Ian-Not sufficiently talented (or creative) to do any posting myself...but always appreciate other people's capabilities and dedication!

Written on 2017/10/16 by CHRIS ROBEY

It's all good. I worked on the H models at herby. Saw this bird daily down at the 15ths flightline

Written on 2017/10/16 by sam kuminecz

Great shot!

Written on 2017/10/16 by Dave Sheehy

Thanks! It's like FlightAware defaults to something else when you put certain Ident #'s in.

Written on 2017/10/16 by Rick Finch

So the ex owner of Value Jet, 'death in the Everglades', at it again!

Written on 2017/10/16 by Charles Peele

Unfortunately between your camera and the plane there is a little thing called earth's atmosphere to deal with. So on any giver day conditions matter including the sun angle on the aircraft as reflections at any or all coming from the plane will doom the quality of the image. As far as that shot I would not vote a poor but you can see this image is on the other side of a thin layer of moisture (clouds).
So keep shooting those high one's and look and learn. Your camera settings are good as it is not a blurred image and the contrail is reasonable. I posted a few over the years too and learned a lot. Hang in there.

Written on 2017/10/16 by warmwynds

Appreciate the 6th vote as it boasted it all the way up from POOR to A BELOW AVERAGE score of 1.67 !!!! I new there was hope out there!!! Now I can sleep tonight.

Written on 2017/10/16 by warmwynds

I suppose out of nearly 1500 images I have posted on Flightaware I would get ONE comment about Grainy images... with the poor equipment I have.... Nikon D500 and f2.8 300 mm prime Nikon lens I should be able the get Really clear images of Aircraft flying at around 30-35,000 feet but I don't know HOW.... Maybe you could tell me or point me in the right direction... I'll NOT take your advice though ... and continue to post any images until the site owners tell me to stop.

Written on 2017/10/16 by Allan Hickman

You need to make more videos Handle5511? Please!!!

Written on 2017/10/16 by Isaac Stebleton

should be 89-1054, shes a part of the 1st SOW at hurlburt field FL

Written on 2017/10/16 by sam kuminecz

Thank you Mark!

Written on 2017/10/16 by Darryl Sarno

I was trying black and white, :-)

Written on 2017/10/16 by Andy Wilson

This typically stays at my local airport KSYI Shelbyville, TN. Got many pics, even startup

Written on 2017/10/16 by Andy Wilson

falcon 50 is FA50

Written on 2017/10/16 by sam kuminecz

Sorry I don't know what the recognition code is for the Dassault Falcon 50 ex so I just put what i have seen before.

Written on 2017/10/16 by Grant Bush

Beautiful - thanks!

Written on 2017/10/16 by Dan Little

Looks like 1956 again !!

nice photo Jack

Written on 2017/10/16 by ken kemper

A splendid photo Jack...........

Written on 2017/10/16 by ken kemper

I agree with Bob that's an awesome lineup you got there. Great shot!

Written on 2017/10/16 by viper1143

Nice

Written on 2017/10/16 by Gary Wisdom

Awesome lineup!

Written on 2017/10/16 by Tom Heaverlo

PLEASE CHECK ENGINE no 1
BA 2159 TAKING OFF FROM RUNWAY 28

Written on 2017/10/16 by kenny antoine

GREAT SHOT

Written on 2017/10/16 by kenny antoine

Nice!

Written on 2017/10/16 by Joao Ponces

Thanks chris - I thought that was Mackay but you would be correct - I do not have a date of pic from Tony on this one
Do you do photos yourself?

Written on 2017/10/16 by ian mcdonell

Thanks chris - I thought that was Mackay but you would be correct - I do not have a date of pic from Tony on this one
Do you do photos yourself?

Written on 2017/10/16 by ian mcdonell

Crazy Pic Peter!

Written on 2017/10/16 by mike prendergast

Thanks Tony! TGF at Townsville and in my favourite TAA livery too. Tied down to the apron, complete with a tailstand, pitot covers and prop restraints. Fantastic!

Written on 2017/10/16 by CHRIS ROBEY

Thanks Tony! TGF at Townsville and in my favourite TAA livery too. Tied down to the apron, complete with a tailstand, pitot covers and prop restraints. Fantastic!

Written on 2017/10/16 by CHRIS ROBEY

Great through fence pic Ken.Love EM when they crank up the Afterburners!

Written on 2017/10/16 by mike prendergast

Chris - i put a Tony Arbon pic of VH-TGF up for you - for the memory

Written on 2017/10/16 by ian mcdonell

Thanks Ian!...I landed on that strip in 1967 when I was in Fifth grade. I was sitting in the backseat of a hired C172 that my Dad was flying. I still remember the amazing chalky looking white strip freshly cut through the hillside. Watching the brandspanking turboprop Twotters coming and going for an entire week was the highlight of my school vacation...

Written on 2017/10/16 by CHRIS ROBEY

Dave registrations can change from time to time, the sn never changes

Written on 2017/10/16 by sam kuminecz

Thanks Chris

I went to Brampton quite a few times and loved the Twin Otters coming in over the beach - perfect for the short strip - but would much rather have done the trip in the Mallard

Written on 2017/10/16 by ian mcdonell

A great shot of a classic Grumman! I would assume that TAA needed the Mallard back in 1963 to convey guests from Mackay on the central Queensland coast, across 25 miles of water to Brampton Island. By 1967, an airstrip had been constructed on Brampton, which involved cutting through a hill. They were then able to fly brand new DHC 6 Series 100 (short nose) Twin Otters on this short sector.

Written on 2017/10/15 by CHRIS ROBEY

NICE catch Rich !

Written on 2017/10/15 by John Marotta

Radial engined twin Beech. I miss that sound.

Written on 2017/10/15 by Doug Zalud

Its a cool shot, Mark-lots of color and activity going on!

Written on 2017/10/15 by Dave Sheehy

Gorgeous shot Darryl!

Written on 2017/10/15 by Mark Thomas

Thanks Sam! That has confused me for some time...

Written on 2017/10/15 by Dave Sheehy

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