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@G Zorbas, according to Wikipedia, Piaggio Aerospace "shares its ancestry with motor vehicle manufacturer Piaggio and is one of the world's oldest aircraft manufacturers. Today the company is wholly owned by Abu Dhabi state-owned Mubadala Development Company."

Written on 18/08/2018 by Colin Seftel

Great shot! I've been looking for a pic of this bird in "Texas Instruments full dress uniform" (Wild Weasel externals and a pair of AGM-88As plus a pair of GBU-24s hung from hard points.) I hope one was taken during the SE Oklahoma tests, I am sure it was in the test plan. Having tail-number helps.

Written on 18/08/2018 by skylab72

The Boeing 757, simply perfection, why this aircraft could not have evolved from its frame?

For instance, like the Boeing 737...

Written on 18/08/2018 by George de la Torre

There is a regular service from Cape Town to Novolazarevskaya, Antarctica, flown by an Ilyushin 76 TD-90.

Written on 18/08/2018 by Colin Seftel

The AN-225 can carry around 661,375 lbs of fuel. (More than 300,000 kg). That equates to roughly 110,000 US Gallons of gas, or about 416,000 liters ... give or take.

Written on 18/08/2018 by Viv Pike

Superb photograph!!!

Written on 18/08/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Another rare view and great quality photograph. Awesome and thank you to the photographer!!!!

Written on 18/08/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Excellent perspective on this photograph from an insider! Many thanks for such a rare glimpse of the back end of the fan engine.

Written on 18/08/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Love the colours from the sun, makes a very good contrast. Great capture !!

Written on 18/08/2018 by Viv Pike

I flew in one as a kid, my uncle had one for awhile. We landed on a lake on its belly, I still remember the water spindrifts whippy past my window in the backseat. Climbing out the nose door . . . it was quite an adventure. Glad to see some of these still flying!

Written on 18/08/2018 by trennor turcotte

I wonder how many tanker trucks like that it takes to fuel that baby up?

Written on 18/08/2018 by trennor turcotte

That story is 3 years old, GZorba, posted in 2015. The airline is now up and running again, albeit under a different manager.

Written on 18/08/2018 by trennor turcotte

Thank you Robert for that info and your kind words. Always loved the look and ride from this amazing machine.

Written on 18/08/2018 by John Marotta

Perfect place to live for Planespotting. Probably on the "bucket list" for a lot of us. Great photos!

Written on 18/08/2018 by warmwynds

danke Crazy!!

Written on 18/08/2018 by Uwe Zinke

nice pic!

Written on 18/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice catch

Written on 18/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice pic

Written on 18/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

KLASSE!

Written on 18/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

It's a beautiful livery. :)

Written on 18/08/2018 by Luke Mcneilage

Nice shot of a parked C560 up in Burley Idaho. This 560 must be a Citation Encore. The earlier Citation V does not have the trailing link main gear that you can notice in this shot.

Written on 18/08/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Nice shot from an interesting angle.

Written on 18/08/2018 by panam1971

I dig the logo on the bottom. Self-promotion at Flight Level 300.

Written on 18/08/2018 by panam1971

There's a thousand 2 letter tail codes to choose from. Oh my ,P W ?

Written on 18/08/2018 by Ned Gehringer

That's not a 738.

Written on 18/08/2018 by Kevin Haiduk

Nice!

Written on 18/08/2018 by Kevin Haiduk

Thanks Lowenbrau915...yes, it could be 1989, getting old and not having the negative folders dated my fault, you are probably correct. 1989.

Written on 18/08/2018 by Tom Vance

CG anyone?

Written on 18/08/2018 by Rex Ragsdale

Yes you did Nathan! Delivered yesterday.

Written on 18/08/2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

The A6 is a very cool aircraft! Thanks for posting! 5*****

Written on 18/08/2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

OMG i missed it !!!! I posted some photos of them doing a test of the breaking systems a few days before

Written on 17/08/2018 by Nathan Cervantes

Butch it appears to be a NACA style vent, or intake.

Written on 17/08/2018 by Jeff Davis

Love the 'Purina' checkerboard paint - makes me want some chow in my dog bowl!

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

Love the dark horizon paint fade against the polar white. Make a classic look CLASSY!

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

Wow - so fantastic. Wish the brown hangar was out of the frame for a perfect picture but overall a wonderful catch.

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

The safari paint is great but I catch myself looking for images like in a Rorschach test. I see a few sea gulls, a penguin, and a LOT of small intestines?

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

Arrows are awesome planes and this one's paint shows it gets lots o' love. Artsy presentation with the shadows and full wing in your face, but it makes it hard to appreciate the plane's lines and use it for the ADSB 'N-number' database mugshot.

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

I have a poster of a head on shot of one.

Written on 17/08/2018 by James Simms

I never get tired of watching the sticks go up on Cessna RG's - Amazing! - Nice mugshot!

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

Love the picture especially with the clouds adding some framing. Funny though - all the Lifeguards I ever saw at the pool wore RED suits.

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

The wheels seem to be on the wrong side of the wing if this is a SKYHAWK? Nice aircraft but I can't vote on the picture until the caption reflects the actual mugshot of your plane.

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

Love this family of aircraft- Comfortable, reliable, relatively inexpensive to operate and good enough looks to impress your friends!

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

Navy grey. The bottom is ground reflection.

Written on 17/08/2018 by King F Hui

That is a gorgeous bird - first thing that comes to mind is a GRAPE Jolly Rancher candy and I love it!

Written on 17/08/2018 by William Camp

In that photo right above the engines is that a damage spot or a vent?

Written on 17/08/2018 by Butch Hollingsworth

C'est fastantique. Merci, Sven.

Written on 17/08/2018 by takelsey

Manuel,the cockpit crew must have experienced one the best perks of being a pilot.A great photo !!!

Written on 17/08/2018 by takelsey

Wow. Superb photograph!
I thought the Tigershark program died with only three copies produced with politics won out and the F-16 was selected, essentially dooming independent Northrup. Like to know more about the F-5 Tigershark variant Tigereye.

Written on 17/08/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Prior DC-10-10: Awesome perspective of this now FedEx MD-11 Cockpit workhorse on final with basic, one-piece flaps and slats. Showing the simple Douglas wing design and a nearly bullet proof fuselage. FAA shows a manufacture date of 1972! That's one of the first DC-10s if accurate.

Written on 17/08/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

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