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Appreciate it. No, no night shots, unfortunately.

Written on 2020/06/02 by Falcon05

Wow, that little guy has gotten around since 1995.

Written on 2020/06/02 by Robert Cowling

Quel bel oiseau!

Written on 2020/06/02 by MARC AVILES

Beautiful!

Written on 2020/06/02 by Philip Bradshaw

Thanks Gavin. Comments from such a pro are appreciated. Yes we have seen the same reports on TV, but OK here. As for airliners, it appears that the VIR 747's will never return, after years of 3 to 5 of them a day.

Written on 2020/06/02 by Sandi Jones

Most excellent speed photo! Wow!

Written on 2020/06/02 by BigAlOutWest

Nice job Steve! Love it! 5***

Written on 2020/06/02 by Dave Sheehy

Thanks Gavin. I actually don't have a photo of MMO. I'll look forward to seeing that taxiing out shot and the one in the later livery from '85!

Written on 2020/06/02 by CHRIS ROBEY

An all around exceptional shot! Sunrise reflection on the building and a SWA next in line.

Written on 2020/06/02 by rwb2112

Really nice work with the slow shutter!

Written on 2020/06/02 by rwb2112

Greatness!

Written on 2020/06/02 by rwb2112

Very nice, are you holding out on some sweet night shots of this beauty?

Written on 2020/06/02 by rwb2112

That's too awesome, fly home on it and then get shots of the last departure from SA. Bravo!

Written on 2020/06/02 by rwb2112

Another Epic blast from the past!

Gavin, We got this!

Written on 2020/06/01 by rwb2112

I thought the Mooney Aircoupe had just one vertical fin?

Written on 2020/06/01 by fholbert

a sound like no other! sweet mother singing.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Cole Neill

Yes Tom, it's to accommodate slightly longer nose gear to keep the fuselage level for loading.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Darryl. We're getting reports here of a lot of civil unrest (and that's probably being polite) in the US and Boston was mentioned. Take care.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Tom.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Thank you for taking a look, Gavin. By the way, I heard that Avianca has gone bankrupt, so I'm worried about the future.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Yoshihiro Oshita

Martin, indeed they did.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

It's a great photo as we come to expect from Fabian, and in the thumbnail when very first viewed, for the briefest of moments, I imagined a B707.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Hey Tom, thanks. That was the 80s!

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Tom. First and importantly, I hope you're ok and safe. Based on what we see on TV here it seems there are a lot dangerous places in the US.

To the pic, I've had it sitting in my 'maybe FA' folder for a couple of weeks pondering over posting it or not. I have another pic of it a few days later again in Melbourne but from behind as it taxied and that's the sum total of my UA pics.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Thank you Tom.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Tom, lucky enough to get it in just the right spot this time.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Photo was converted.

Written on 2020/06/01 by steve yancey

@Serge Loth: There are two flying. DOC is one and FIFI is the other.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Cbro4

@Ken Kemper: Thank you!

Written on 2020/06/01 by Cbro4

Tom, as long as you all like seeing them, I'll keep going through the collection.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Thank you Tom.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Hello Darryl, thank you and don't we wish...

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Hello Tom...I have another photo of the rear one in this pic (VH-MMO) as it taxied past the TAA apron which from this pic is to the left and on the other side of the terminal. No other aircraft visible in that pic and in those days, unlike in the US, there were periods here where there wasn't a jet on the ground.

I don't know if you are aware, but in those days there was a strict two-airline policy in Australia, Ansett and TAA, and if one had a service on the ground here, the other was also here, SUGGESTING there may not have been a jet. Sydney and Melbourne may not have been so strictly affected by the policy but elsewhere if one was at the terminal, the other was. Terrible policy, thankfully consigned to history.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Hi Chris, assume you have pics of MMO. I have one of it taxiing out, probably the same day - record keeping was non-existent in those days but only one more, taken in Melbourne in Ansett white in December 1985.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Hi Yoshihiro, your photos are always worth waiting for as they are usually different.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Nice piece of history Tom and thanks for showing a service most of us in Oz haven't heard of - always worth learning something new.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

So many great pics Fabian, thank you.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

And another one, well done Sandi. Right place, right time, eh. Hope you are safe there. From what we're getting on TV here, the civil unrest is in so many cities.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Gavin Hughes

Excellent, Gary. There is one of these in the hangar across the field from me. The few days I have seen it flying I was not in a position to get a shot! One of these days! Thanks for the PT-17!

Written on 2020/06/01 by Dave Sheehy

Hah! Search for the 'n' number. It's been used a bit. Not surprised...

Written on 2020/06/01 by Robert Cowling

So it's a 'virgin' plane. Hmm... Cool.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Robert Cowling

Royal Thai Air Force. Wow. Wasn't sure who that was. Interesting...

Written on 2020/06/01 by Robert Cowling

Groan... We should value our Air Force more than doing meaningless gestures like this. Over 105,000 people have dies. Nearly 2 million have been infected. And who knows if the first number is even remotely accurate! Florida and Georgia have been deliberately under reporting their death numbers. Many other states are too.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Robert Cowling

@Joe: Ranges for the 'Next Gen' 737's. But these seem to fall short.

https://www.boeing.com/commercial/737ng/#/design-highlights/proven-performance/performance/range-beijing/

Written on 2020/06/01 by Robert Cowling

Another big boy. Wow!

Written on 2020/06/01 by Robert Cowling

That's a big boy!

Written on 2020/06/01 by Robert Cowling

Nice!

I taught the CAT3 auto-flight systems on that bird during my time with Lockheed Product Support. Nice bird, excellent avionics.

Written on 2020/06/01 by William Barker

I didn't know they had the -400's in that livery.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Larry Toler

Great Photo! It just goes to show a sunny day is not required, when you are in the right place at the right time and can see what is happening before you.

Written on 2020/06/01 by Peter Melling

Thanks for this pic. As a student at SJSU in 1974-76, I used to buy a student standby ticket on AirCal for $9 one way. They were great!

Written on 2020/06/01 by sfbigcelt

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