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thank you!!

Written on 26/10/2020 by Uwe Zinke

WOW! Super shot! Beautiful sleek bird

Written on 26/10/2020 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Correct serial is 1601.

Written on 26/10/2020 by zimbo1956

Nice one Mason!

Written on 26/10/2020 by Tom Heaverlo

Great Shot Brian!

Written on 26/10/2020 by John Giambone

Nice close up...Excellent !

Written on 26/10/2020 by bigkahuna400

All buttoned up...sad :(

Written on 26/10/2020 by bigkahuna400

The light! The beautiful light. Terrific photo.

Written on 26/10/2020 by frank theriault

Great shot! Tight framing works very well here.

Written on 26/10/2020 by frank theriault

I'm actually misting up a bit. So sad, these are such great aircraft. They'll always be the Queen of the Skies!

Written on 26/10/2020 by frank theriault

Queen of the skies.

Written on 26/10/2020 by frank theriault

A beauty! And a terrific photo of her.

Written on 26/10/2020 by frank theriault

Topshot...five stars+

Written on 26/10/2020 by michel charron

The Cessna C172, P2-MFR, is now in Australia as P2-MAO. Sill MAF ownership.

Written on 26/10/2020 by dhaero

The photo was taken inside the Tropicair hangar at Jackson's Field, Port Moresby.
The aircraft had just arrived from USA

Written on 26/10/2020 by dhaero

The aircraft VH-MAF was previously VH-MFM and the registration was changed on 15th October 2020.

Written on 26/10/2020 by dhaero

The picture of a B200 at Ardmore aerodrome does not show the registration

Written on 26/10/2020 by dhaero

Beautiful shot of your Classic C210 Mitchell. I am fortunate to (somehow) have an Owner's Manual for the short nose C421 (circa 1967)...just the Owner's Manual unfortunately!

Written on 25/10/2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

Nice shot!

Written on 25/10/2020 by dysck2000

outstanding shot!

Written on 25/10/2020 by dysck2000

Was this at the airshow in Rome GA.

Written on 25/10/2020 by rusty bedsprings

Fantastic ! Thanks for the pix !

Written on 25/10/2020 by Stephen Jensen

I owned this C210 for 4 years and it was a great plane. I really enjoyed flying it. I moved into a C421 and it’s really nice but it’s not a daily flyer like the C210 was. I flew 240MM for fun and the 421 has to have a purpose for the flight. Enjoy

Written on 25/10/2020 by Mitchell Putz

Saw this flying over my house after taking off from Doncaster Robin Hood airport a couple of times. Each time I think its flying low but Flightradar24 shows it's at about 2,500ft. It's so big I thought it was about 500ft!
It's fairly quiet and very impressive to watch doesn't look "lumbering" but graceful & smooth in flight. Lots of info & clips on U-tube well worth a look see. Nice piece of engineering design.

Written on 25/10/2020 by Martin Allan

Nice shot! The C-17 is usually used to transport the Presidential 22,000# limo - "The Beast"!

Written on 25/10/2020 by adelma

PSA flies again! No, it's not a DC-4 or an Electra . . .

Written on 25/10/2020 by adelma

Coalora's got it right!!

Written on 25/10/2020 by adelma

Still the prettiest single engine jet - ever! Way ahead of its time.

Written on 25/10/2020 by adelma

Seems so sad to see that empty rear seat!!

Written on 25/10/2020 by adelma

Nothing else quite like it!!

Written on 25/10/2020 by adelma

Gorgeous airplane, livery and photo!!

Written on 25/10/2020 by adelma

Absolutely a perfect capture of a T-6!!

Written on 25/10/2020 by adelma

we are Kindred Spirits --
wishing there were private email links, but beit as it may, my primary collection is at

https://jeffsaircraft.shutterfly.com/pictures

Written on 25/10/2020 by a mentor

Looks like she had to "dodge" the turbines.

Written on 25/10/2020 by Harald Heuser

psst; FA catches very little factual errors :sigh:

Written on 25/10/2020 by a mentor

amazing what your taxes have bought :sigh:

Written on 25/10/2020 by a mentor

aka "the Ghost" ?

Written on 25/10/2020 by a mentor

That "neew" livery isn't official yet!!! It still needs to get approved (hopefully not).

Written on 25/10/2020 by Joe Laureano

Great Memories
Learned to fly the T6 Hondo Texas 1955.

Written on 25/10/2020 by Cecil Mcbride

danke

Written on 25/10/2020 by Fabian Dirscherl

Good shot in not the best conditions.

Written on 25/10/2020 by Don Fitzgerald

Great exposure. Dramatic effect.

Written on 25/10/2020 by Don Fitzgerald

Looks like a painting. Very nice.

Written on 25/10/2020 by Don Fitzgerald

Good to see this former UA Bird still in the Air, escaping the scrappers torch at least for awhile. Atlas keeps this Bird very busy, she is also the back up for NFL Charters.
When N263sg and Her Sister 747's are booked.

Written on 24/10/2020 by Steve Hoker

2020 KWBW based.

Written on 24/10/2020 by gretnabear

Fantastic Shot! 5*

Written on 24/10/2020 by Dave Sheehy

It was there 57 years when I visited it.

Written on 24/10/2020 by William Crooker

Most beautiful paint job and design. Too bad Trump has changed it to that boring new design that looks more like his own Trump jet than the awesome Air Force One :(

Written on 24/10/2020 by Amir Begloei

Looks like the newer lufthansa logo!

Written on 24/10/2020 by Amir Begloei

https://registry.faa.gov/N1YX

Date: 21-OCT-20
Time: 18:48:00Z
Regis#: N1YX
Aircraft Make: GLASAIR
Aircraft Model: III
Event Type: ACCIDENT
Highest Injury: MINOR
Aircraft Missing: No
Damage: SUBSTANTIAL
Activity: PERSONAL
Flight Phase: TAKEOFF (TOF)
Operation: 91
City: HAYWARD
State: CALIFORNIA

Written on 24/10/2020 by gretnabear

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