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Jose! Fantastic!

Written on 26/04/2018 by Mark Thomas

Excellent shot Michel!

Written on 26/04/2018 by Mark Thomas

Very nice photo Zachary............

great composition

Written on 26/04/2018 by ken kemper

SO! Why did you take this picture? Seems you could have been a little more informative!...CTP

Written on 26/04/2018 by Charles Peele

Thx Ken, I love those old smoky noisy guys!

Written on 26/04/2018 by daniel lengjel

Love It !!

Written on 26/04/2018 by ken kemper

Very, very nice!

Written on 26/04/2018 by Greg Byington

This Apache, N2203P, is a PA-23-150 and is still flying according to the FAA registry... or at least it has a current registration to a private owner in Homer, Louisiana!

Written on 26/04/2018 by cliff731

very nice!

Written on 26/04/2018 by Kobe Hunte

awesome picture, and thank you for your service.

Written on 26/04/2018 by peterjp5

Very nice!

Written on 26/04/2018 by peterjp5

I have BKPB sir!

Written on 26/04/2018 by Kobe Hunte

This is BKPB

Written on 26/04/2018 by Cade Emtage

NICE PIC!

5*

Written on 26/04/2018 by Kobe Hunte

Nice photo!

Written on 26/04/2018 by Fabio Alpelli

Super shot !

Written on 26/04/2018 by mauro motta

I agree w/mark awesome stuff Sam! 5x automatic.

Written on 26/04/2018 by Tom Vance

Pure classic pic! 5 stars.

Written on 26/04/2018 by Tom Vance

Agreed, PHNL in the 1990s was DC-10 heaven....

Written on 26/04/2018 by Tom Vance

Thank you for your service, Gman!

Written on 26/04/2018 by Tom Vance

Thank you Gman_I didn't even know it was here this day - I just stopped by to take some snaps and this was pushed back from the old Intl terminal, so I waited, and so lucky they used 1R for departure.

Written on 26/04/2018 by Tom Vance

Agreed Mike. Thanks!

Written on 26/04/2018 by Tom Vance

Very early model PA23 Apache. Piper's first twin.

Written on 26/04/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

I doubt the AOA changed much from mains still full down to wheels up. That said, considering the amount of lift at this point, that was mighty close to a tail strike. Good capture, William !!

Written on 26/04/2018 by Viv Pike

The wings don't seem big enough to carry it, does it get some lift from the curved body?

Written on 25/04/2018 by Butch Hollingsworth

Happy times!

Written on 25/04/2018 by Dan Little

Thank you very much!!

Written on 25/04/2018 by Ché Stuart

Link to the plane's registration:http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=N303RG

Written on 25/04/2018 by Tony Erni

Well done! Superb timing

Written on 25/04/2018 by Andre Blanchard

Gorgeous shot

Written on 25/04/2018 by Angel Vee

What a beauty!

Written on 25/04/2018 by Mike Boote

The only info I've been able to find indicates that this frame is "stored" at MZJ, but I've examined several fairly recent airshots of the Pinal Airpark and I have not been able to ID it so perhaps it has already been scrapped. Also, there are some B747 frames there that no longer have paint on them so maybe it is one of those. Or just maybe it is back in service with another agency and this old Queen is still flying high in the sky.

Written on 25/04/2018 by Gary Schenauer

That's me sitting in the pilot's seat. I had just purchased this plane and was flying it back to North Carolina. Thanks for the memory!

Written on 25/04/2018 by Eric Davis

A320NEO for ANA

Written on 25/04/2018 by Jose Mariano Rodríguez Rodríguez

Nice to see it still in the air.

Written on 25/04/2018 by Doug Zalud

** This position is not one where a spotter can just pull up in a car and sit in comfort while waiting to click aircraft. The capture angle for KBUF runway 23 arrivals and departures is fine, but 1) the "panning" time frame to get a good snap is ultra brief and 2) the location at the crest of the S. Youngs St overpass (over I-90) is a dangerous, dangerous position for pedestrians. This photo location is a "walk up the overpass into position - snap - then immediately leave the position and walk completely off the overpass" location, and it should ONLY be used in daytime hours on clear and dry wx days. During the hours of darkness, the entire area is pitch dark, the roadway shoulder on the overpass is less than three feet wide, and there is nowhere to go to avoid an oncoming car if it drifts on to the shoulder except over the railing and down on to Interstate 90 -- a bad idea. And if the Youngs St overpass is wet or snow-covered, this is NOT the location to be in ... it is a blindspot position for drivers coming up the overpass and even a slight skid by an oncoming car means you could well end up being a hood ornament. In other words, "the risk of going here to get a shot VERY often; in fact, I'd even say USUALLY, outweighs the reward." I'll be back in WNY in just a couple of months, but there are over a dozen excellent spotting locations at KBUF so I won't be snapping any more pics from here.

Written on 25/04/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Nice.

Written on 25/04/2018 by shrudini

Kobe, Thanks! It's legit. Took it while riding the moving walkway.

Written on 25/04/2018 by Eric Davis

Used to fly in those between Boston and White Plains, NY on Command Airways in 1979-80.

Written on 25/04/2018 by Harold Dola

agreed

Written on 25/04/2018 by Chris Collinsworth

Thanks!

Written on 25/04/2018 by Cade Emtage

Nice shot!!! 5*

Written on 25/04/2018 by Cade Emtage

5*

Good Capture

Written on 25/04/2018 by Kobe Hunte

it is good only for the first look!
unsharp, pixelated and very noisy!

Written on 25/04/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Grahmn - I agree with you!

The contrast is very nice!

Written on 25/04/2018 by Kobe Hunte

If not edited that is good photography!

Written on 25/04/2018 by Kobe Hunte

Great shot Brian

Written on 25/04/2018 by Graham Bwdn

The light and reflections are excellent

Written on 25/04/2018 by Graham Bwdn

Many thanks Ken.

Written on 25/04/2018 by Graham Bwdn

Great Photo Graham.........

Written on 25/04/2018 by ken kemper

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