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@Pablo Rogina
That's the emergency frequency. In the air police service, a controlled aircraft is indicated on which frequency the pilot should speak with the "air policeman".

Written on 2019/11/17 by murliFA

Tupolev Tu-22M3, RF-34035

Written on 2019/11/17 by Stanislav Voevodin

OMG? No way?????????? check your Email 11/17 Alien

Written on 2019/11/17 by Tom Vance

What load capacity in tons?

Written on 2019/11/17 by Ed Vargas

Dennis Stockton - note that Alan says "the FW flew parallel" - not an attacking manoeuvre (and may have been out of range).

Written on 2019/11/17 by Mark Harris

It says Virgin Atlantic, how come?

Written on 2019/11/17 by Carl-Otto Jaeschke

Tupolev Tu-214ON, RF-64519

Written on 2019/11/17 by Stanislav Voevodin

Tupolev Tu-160

Written on 2019/11/17 by Stanislav Voevodin

My first solo was in this A/C back in 1976 in PA

Written on 2019/11/16 by Michael Jacoby

Seeing the bambi bucket that close to power lines makes me nervous. The pilot must have balls of steel.

Written on 2019/11/16 by Torsten Hoff

From Wiki (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barra_Airport):
Barra Airport (Scottish Gaelic: Port-adhair Bharraigh) (IATA: BRR, ICAO: EGPR) (also known as Barra Eoligarry Airport) is a short-runway airport (or STOLport) situated in the wide shallow bay of Traigh Mhòr at the northern tip of the island of Barra in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. The airport is unique, being the only one in the world where scheduled flights use a tidal beach as the runway. The airport is operated by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited, which owns most of the regional airports in mainland Scotland and the outlying islands. Barra Airport opened in 1936. The airports only destination is Glasgow.

Written on 2019/11/16 by David Seider

SUPER IMAGE !

Written on 2019/11/16 by Hugh Reid

GREAT SHOT !

Written on 2019/11/16 by Hugh Reid

Excellent image.

Written on 2019/11/16 by Hugh Reid

@ Dan Brink: I'm no authority either, but AFAIK the Royal Netherlands AF flies some straight-up DC-10-30s.
If you quote me, I'll deny it!

Written on 2019/11/16 by David Seider

I agree with all the comments. Very nice photo! And a speedy recovery to you Gary.

Written on 2019/11/16 by Lonnie Penner

@n9341c - This a/c has a civil reg.

Written on 2019/11/16 by David Seider

Please delete. Forgot to remove the watermark.

Written on 2019/11/16 by Steve Vit

Please delete. Forgot the watermark.

Written on 2019/11/16 by Steve Vit

Gary
Didn't know you were ailing, but glad your back at it now! Especially with a shot of my favorite aircraft type!:) 5 stars!

Hundo

Written on 2019/11/16 by C.W. Reed

One beautiful aircraft!

Written on 2019/11/16 by John Smythe

Wow, I didnt know they had palm trees in Alaska.
I was recently in the Yukon and didnt see any.

Written on 2019/11/16 by John Smythe

Sweet ride

Written on 2019/11/16 by John Smythe

Warmwynds , fair enough, I'm a transplanted Texan, so I won't hold that against you.

Written on 2019/11/16 by jaxstrw

danke

Written on 2019/11/16 by Uwe Zinke

Awwwwwww the city and the mountains and the forest. I would be glued to the window.

Written on 2019/11/16 by BigAlOutWest

Beautiful Picture! Quite the international composition...

Written on 2019/11/16 by BigAlOutWest

JAXSTRW:

Thank you for the comment and I will keep looking up. This composite of yours was worth revisiting especially at this time of year. Very well done. However, I am not a resident of the Lone Star state so I must toss this pass to you, "Go Eagles".

Written on 2019/11/16 by warmwynds

apologies. guess abstract art just isn't my bag

Written on 2019/11/16 by a mentor

That's definitely a jetBlue A320, but that's definitely NOT CYVR :)

There's NO palms in YVR, looks more like PSP

Written on 2019/11/16 by Slowstream

Simply perfection🙌🏼

Written on 2019/11/16 by Amir Begloei

"I gotta pee." - Forrest Gump on Wizz Air

Written on 2019/11/16 by Pecos Llama

Same job, different era. Both a welcome sight to the ground pounder. "Come early and stay late".

Written on 2019/11/16 by David Ingram

A seaplane without floats :P

Written on 2019/11/16 by Michel B.

The Do-335 Pfeil was briefly the fastest piston engine plane ever. However, in 1946 Republic Aviation rolled out the F-12 Rainbow in response to the same RFP that prompted Howard Hughes to build his F-11. Three examples of the Rainbow were built. One shattered all piston engine, propeller-driven, records with a non-stop LA to NY FL400 dash averaging just over 410 Knots GROUND-SPEED.

Push-pull props work fine. They do benefit from distance between props, counter-rotating props, and smooth airframe between props. The Adam A-500 has all the above. Burt Rutan clearly has a profound understanding of aerodynamics.

Written on 2019/11/16 by skylab72

Thank you for your kind words warmwynds. I enjoy sharing my love of everything aviation. You have an excellent collection of photos yourself. Keep looking up.

Written on 2019/11/16 by jaxstrw

(Michael) thank you!

(a mentor) giving YOU the benefit of the doubt - - I’m not going to try again. It’s perspective. You don’t recognize originality. I’m not going to reduce my uploaded photos to having people randomly in the way of my shots. This isn’t the first time you have judged my photos. Here’s what you can do instead, stop trying to discern everyone’s photos and enjoy the FlightAware community. Try to enjoy seeing things you may have not seen, Or try to see things in a way you may have not seen them before.

Written on 2019/11/16 by Curt Saur

Nice shot of the Lockheed with props 3 and 4 being at the same angle. Forward weapons bay doors open too.

Written on 2019/11/16 by CHRIS ROBEY

C'mon, (a mentor). Anybody with a basic knowledge of aircraft recognition knows that's the leading edge slat of a Falcon 900. Anyways, great picture Curt, thank you for sharing!

Written on 2019/11/16 by Michael Blatnik

Thanks!

Written on 2019/11/16 by masa707

thank you Viv!

Written on 2019/11/16 by Uwe Zinke

Super!

Written on 2019/11/16 by Brad Wong

TOO FW-ING COOL!

Written on 2019/11/15 by n9341c

The Swiss air force is STILL using Hawker Hunters you've GOT to be kidding me!

Written on 2019/11/15 by n9341c

Great

Written on 2019/11/15 by Gafin Vod

Nice shot!

Written on 2019/11/15 by Andrew Bissonnette

Nice picture I have the same picture of that plane.

Written on 2019/11/15 by Anderson Belland

alan mistrater - Rex Beisel, who led the Corsair's design team, accepted an Assistant Chief Engineer position with Chance Vought in 1931. Beisel had already departed from Curtiss-Wright prior to that year. The U.S. Navy's request for proposals and specifications to which the Corsair was designed originated in 1938. The first Corsair prototype, XF4U-1, BuNo 1443, made its maiden flight in 1940. Chance Vought was located in Connecticut at that time. During 1948 and 1949 Vought Aircraft entirely relocated from Stratford, Connecticut to Dallas, Texas!! :-)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rex_Beisel

Written on 2019/11/15 by cliff731

It's a plane and not from Krypton!


This United Flight 3262, EMB-145XR, departed KIAD for a flight to KAMA yesterday morning. Passed near the Missouri/Kansas border where Chris looked up to see this bird at 34,000 feet/454MPH. Not quite the speed of a bullet so he took the shot maybe right after eating his breakfast at 9:18 in the morning. One thing about C.C. posting's he gets the aircraft right.

Written on 2019/11/15 by warmwynds

maybe PSP or PHX.
Not YVR.

Written on 2019/11/15 by winck44

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