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Mustang ??? or Ferrari !!

Written on 20/10/2017 by Luc Barbier

Stop ! Your wings are still folded !

Written on 20/10/2017 by Luc Barbier

Interesting picture.

Written on 20/10/2017 by serge LOTH

Excuza me! Make that "Austin Strauber Field

Written on 20/10/2017 by Art Troutman

Austin Tauber [Field] Int'l Airport KGRB Green Bay, WI
Rwy 18 - 8700'
36 - 8201'
6/24 - 7699'

Roland - Does this help?

Written on 20/10/2017 by Art Troutman

sunglasses "Is this a Corsair?" you ask. That's what the caption says!

Written on 20/10/2017 by Art Troutman

Amazing photo and thank you for the very informative comment. This deserves a 5+

Written on 20/10/2017 by Leon Kay

Thanks...

Written on 20/10/2017 by Tomás Del Coro

Great shot of one of the new Spartans. Where was he enroute from/to that he needed to refuel at MEEKA in remote WA? Maybe out of Darwin YPDN heading for Perth YPPH and the forecast for Perth turned pearshaped??? Last time I was in Meekatharra was in a 1979 model C414A and could not make it nonstop from Perth to Mount Newman YNWN due to adverse weather in the Pilbara. Fuel is expensive in Meeka but it is also very good insurance...

Written on 20/10/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

My apologies but on further research I found that the B192 Belvederes were in fact powered with much more grunt by - 2 × Napier Gazelle turboshaft, 1,465 hp (1,092 kW) each. Memories of an apprenticeship so many years ago are always a bit cloudy!

Written on 19/10/2017 by Philip Hicks

Further to my previous note about twin rotor Bristol helicopters both the B172 and the later B192 Belvedere were powered by - 2 × Alvis Leonides Major air-cooled 14-cylinder radial, 550 hp (410 kW) each

Written on 19/10/2017 by Philip Hicks

The Bristol 173 designed by Raoul Hafner was also a twin rotor / twin engine helicopter, it first flew on January 3rd 1952. Later development for the RAF was called the 'Belvedere. 26 Belvederes were built. As an engineering apprentice at Bristol Aero Engines Ltd. [ circa late 1950's ] I saw the gear boxes for this helicopter being tested.

Written on 19/10/2017 by Philip Hicks

Spectacular shot of the PWC PT6 powered baby Conquest in Duncan Oklahoma.

Written on 19/10/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

F105 Thunderchief.

Written on 19/10/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Nice study with blurred background from the panning effect. Technically it's not a DC-3 but rather a C-47 Skytrain with a shortened tail cone for glider-towing shackles, and an astrodome in the cabin roof behind the cockpit, but heh! it's got windows just like a DC-3 so why split hairs? Let's not spoil the impact of a great picture!

Written on 19/10/2017 by Alan Hume

Do not post these kind of photos, Richard.
a) it's not your own photo
b) not very professional to post this.

Written on 19/10/2017 by Guido Warnecke

Thanks Leland, new to this.

Written on 19/10/2017 by Bob Ryan

Fantastic photo !

Written on 19/10/2017 by Peter Thomas

I know Leland, I entered 737-200 but when it uploads it prints -700. It has done that on a couple other -200s that I posted.

Written on 19/10/2017 by Bob Ryan

Reg #EI-BEE a B737-281 (B732) (ln 241 / cn 20413). Change the type from B737 to B732 and it'll show correctly Bob.

Written on 19/10/2017 by LELAND SCHMIDT

For some reason A139 is Bell AB-139 on FA, even though it should be Agusta-Westland A139

Written on 19/10/2017 by Robert Myers

A34-007 not A37-007

Written on 19/10/2017 by Robert Myers

Thanx Peter,but as Mark Thomas said your Beacons Rock!

Written on 19/10/2017 by mike prendergast

TYVM for the comment and feedback, Gary.

Written on 19/10/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Super catch Doug!

Written on 19/10/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Brian-I certainly agree with Greg; your weather is frequently cloudy and wet, but your shots are always top shelf. Well done!

Written on 19/10/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Thats a great shot, Gary! 5*++ !

Written on 19/10/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Great photo Mike, much better than mine on this wet Sydney morning

Written on 19/10/2017 by Peter Thomas

Gary... I had a hunch this was one of your original photo works... and of course, the double FlightAware watermark is always a "bell ringer" for a stolen photo!

Written on 19/10/2017 by cliff731

It’s a single exposure.

Written on 19/10/2017 by Armando Rodrigues

Alan Brown. Actually Twin Rotor helicopters were flown without tail rotors before world War Two https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Focke-Wulf_Fw_61
This just looks like Bells equivalent to the V22 Osprey.

Written on 19/10/2017 by davidlapworth

Double check the reg Rainer (9V-SMF)? Beautiful shot!

Written on 19/10/2017 by Mark Thomas

Capturing the beacons has really set this photo off nicely Peter, horrible conditions for airplane photography but your timing saved this shot!

Written on 19/10/2017 by Mark Thomas

Amazing shot!

Written on 19/10/2017 by Arron Nimon

Great photo Gary!

Written on 19/10/2017 by martin poulin

John Travolta's place I think

Written on 19/10/2017 by Andy Cruickshank

Gary, That is an awesome comment....

Written on 19/10/2017 by Scot Wattawa

Proper icao code for this aircraft is LCR

Written on 19/10/2017 by sam kuminecz

You're welcome, Brian. You know, I'm always amazed at how you can get such great shots there where it seems it is always cloudy and/or rainy. But when you do get some sun light you manage to make the most of it and get even better shots. Anyway, I enjoy your pics. Keep 'em coming!

Written on 19/10/2017 by Greg Byington

Another great shot, Gary! Thanks!

Written on 19/10/2017 by Greg Byington

this would be a ford trimotor icao code is TRIM not AA5

Written on 19/10/2017 by sam kuminecz

thanks gary

Written on 19/10/2017 by sam kuminecz

That may be the yellow airplane behind the Laird black biplane get it right

Written on 19/10/2017 by dick brown

Yo, Sam. If you'd like a chuckle, Google his name. He's got several social site accounts. On one of them, he has a " #Integrity " link. The neat thing about this is that in just a couple of days from now and forever in the future, whenever folks Google his name, a link to this picture on FA will appear. Someday in the future, his kid will enter daddy's name on Google ... and presto, his kid will get a link to this photo and the kid will know exactly how much "integrity" daddy really has. I'm lovin' it. lolol

Written on 19/10/2017 by Gary Schenauer

One of the most beautiful aircraft ever built.

Written on 19/10/2017 by chinaninearea51

The registration on this is N750NA Daniel. The registration N750AN is an American 777.

Written on 19/10/2017 by Cade Emtage

Wow, and I thought I saw it all.
Gary, not sure if you take this as a compliment or an isult, I would see it as a little of both.

Written on 19/10/2017 by sam kuminecz

thanks Cade

Written on 19/10/2017 by sam kuminecz

thanks greg

Written on 19/10/2017 by Brian Buckley

Also a great shot

Written on 19/10/2017 by Cade Emtage

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