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Written on 2018/02/20 by Aleksandr Shestakov

watched Bob Hoover do some amazing stuff with a Commander.

Written on 2018/02/20 by leery1

I believe this aircraft is to be retired in 2018...

Written on 2018/02/20 by Cade Emtage

thank you Greg, will do my best!!

Written on 2018/02/20 by Uwe Zinke

Nice shot!

Written on 2018/02/20 by ALI747TALIA

Nice shot, Gary! I'm getting to where I can tell your pics and Uwe's pics just from the thumbnails. Well done!

Written on 2018/02/20 by Greg Byington

I knew this one and the 747 were your pics when I saw the thumbnails. Both are VERY nice.

Written on 2018/02/20 by Greg Byington

hi Mark!!
perfect pic!!

Written on 2018/02/20 by Uwe Zinke

LOT flight 16

Written on 2018/02/20 by shrudini

As is obvious here, "Canyon Blue," the jetBlue A320 that was watched by hundreds of on-scene spectators and thousands of television viewers as it made its dramatic emergency landing at LAX in 2005, is doing just fine. It was especially noteworthy because the passengers who were ON this plane were watching the situation occurring to them on Direct TV screens throughout the cabin. (* The screens were turned off as the landing was being executed so the passengers could not watch, but TV viewers across the country watched as the jet touched down at LAX). Ever since then, "Canyon Blue" has been one of JBU's most publicly-known fleetbirds. This incident was the kind of incident that remains in a viewers memory forever.

Written on 2018/02/20 by Gary Schenauer

Mr.nelson eskey
Thanks for your comment!

Written on 2018/02/20 by yanotatsu

Great Shot! My favorite aircraft!

Written on 2018/02/20 by John Giambone

Glad it arrived. When it was Value Jet, it wasn't so certain---especially for a number of passengers deceased in the Everglades.

Written on 2018/02/20 by Charles Peele

A Vickers Viscount.

Written on 2018/02/20 by cliff731

Not any of this type flying anymore as I am aware of... Martin's 4-0-4 airliner.

Written on 2018/02/20 by cliff731

thank you friends

Written on 2018/02/20 by Uwe Zinke

Aleksandr Shestakov - This is a Nanchang CJ-6, built in China in 1968 according to the current FAA registry. Registration for this one is N198CW and not N1898CW, which is merely a "typo".

Written on 2018/02/20 by cliff731

thank you Joao!!

Written on 2018/02/20 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Greg!!

Written on 2018/02/20 by Uwe Zinke

Great shot Scott!

Written on 2018/02/20 by John Giambone

komm einfach her. wir haben 365 tage geöffnet!!

Written on 2018/02/20 by Uwe Zinke

traffic jam

Written on 2018/02/20 by Uwe Zinke

What is it?

Written on 2018/02/20 by Aleksandr Shestakov

Loved America West in its day!

Written on 2018/02/20 by bigkahuna400

cool

Written on 2018/02/20 by A F

The "9H" registration is Malta.

Written on 2018/02/20 by Paul Wisgerhof

You don't see many of this type around... a very nice Lark Commander 180 manufactured by North American Rockwell's Aero Commander division... this one built in 1968!!!

Written on 2018/02/20 by cliff731

I’ve seen this act twice, and there’s probably no one more able to perform this it than Kent Pietsch. He really is quite amazing.

Written on 2018/02/19 by Austin McCoy

Beautiful !!

Written on 2018/02/19 by Angel Vee

A aura of mystery lingers in the air regarding this Boeing C-32B.

According to Joe Baugher's published information, here's some illumination on USAF s/n 00-9001...

"A Boeing 757 was photographed at Capetown AP, South Africa Aug 3, 2003, apparently unmarked except for the 'tail number' (actually carried on the rear fuselage) '09001' (which may be 00-9001 or may be spurious). Plane with same tail number seen at Stuttgart, Athens, Naples, central Asia, Sofia, Helsinki in Nov 2003. Seen at Edmonton, Alberta May 2005. Seen at RAF Mildenhall Feb 4, 2006. Aircraft allegedly operated in support of US State Dept's Foreign Emergency Support Team. User quoted as 108th ARW/227th SOF. It is actually B757-23AER MSN 25494/611, which has carried serials 98-6006, 99-6143, 00-9001, and 02-5001 interchangeably. Former civil registry was N987AN".

Written on 2018/02/19 by cliff731

snowghost, it's a -306 (ER), which is a B77W...

Written on 2018/02/19 by FA9295

You guys and gals don't sit in one spot long! Safe Travels!

Written on 2018/02/19 by Goat1960

CIA flight

Written on 2018/02/19 by Fabian Dirscherl

Thanks Alan

Written on 2018/02/19 by Brian Buckley

Love the wide angle view !

Written on 2018/02/19 by ken kemper

Thank you Grant. Glad you like the photo

Written on 2018/02/19 by ken kemper

Perfect 100% propeller synch.

Written on 2018/02/19 by chalet

Great photo! Looks like they are using engines 1 & 4 for taxi power.

Written on 2018/02/19 by Alan Brown

Great shot!

Written on 2018/02/19 by Alan Brown

Government?

Written on 2018/02/19 by chinaninearea51

fehlt mir immer noch, sehr schönes Bild.

Written on 2018/02/19 by Fabian Dirscherl

Stau :D

Written on 2018/02/19 by Fabian Dirscherl

This is one of the best types I have flown. VH-CWB built in 1962 is still going strong ! I love it thanks for the photo

Written on 2018/02/19 by VK2VC

Wie die Livree!

Written on 2018/02/19 by shrudini

thank you Ken!!

Written on 2018/02/19 by Uwe Zinke

Thanks!! Mama and baby...

Written on 2018/02/19 by Savannah Ford

At the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC.

Written on 2018/02/19 by Savannah Ford

Nice catch, Uwe!

Written on 2018/02/19 by Greg Byington

danke Greg!

Written on 2018/02/19 by Uwe Zinke

Prima!

Written on 2018/02/19 by Greg Byington

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