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At least the lav service is better with the 7s and 9s...whoever designed the 200s is an idiot...put APU exhaust right next to lav service about smelling terrible!

Written on 28/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

Yes Erik! You are absolutely correct!!

Written on 09/11/2015 by Sam Andrews

Just bad...

Written on 22/07/2018 by Guido Warnecke

Nice catch!!

Written on 14/11/2013 by rwb2112

Did gear up landing at KBUF yesterday.

Written on 20/07/2016 by sam kuminecz

Back again uploading this crap...

Written on 12/07/2018 by Guido Warnecke

What wants to see this? You?

Written on 22/07/2018 by Guido Warnecke

this aircraft was the first E190 in service with JetBlue " Luiz F. Kahl"
I was at the opening ceremony flight in 2006 for it at KBUF. MSN is 11 I believe

Written on 30/08/2016 by sam kuminecz

TYVM Gary! Don't see alot of Apaches here, much less one from the RNAF, so I was very lucky to catch it. Richard

Written on 26/07/2018 by rwb2112

beautiful aircraft

Written on 25/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

out of focus and skew...

Written on 21/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Freshly painted Air Wisconsin lookin sharp

Written on 21/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

Old Mesa colors...great photo!

Written on 28/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

If photos are not labeled. they cannot be used for anything...

Written on 27/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Do you know who the original owner of the registration is? EI is Spain but it's Mexican airline. Just curious

Written on 26/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

Wow look at that water...look at that 6! Awesome pic!

Written on 09/10/2015 by sam kuminecz

So I wonder why this photo (which is actually not a bad one...) is rated 4 times as very poor...
Unlabeled photos have no meaning on an aviation photo database.

Written on 29/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Interesting that it says Ashton Emtage in the info box below photo, but beside Coltons comment it says photo uploader? Y'all seem to have a lot of the same webcam snaps.🤔

Written on 26/01/2019 by rwb2112

Why is the image flipped?

Written on 03/05/2014 by NickFlightX

looks like a hawker 800 not a CJ

Written on 06/01/2016 by sam kuminecz

His and all others' service is appreciated and their sacrifice is not forgotten. It's too bad he didn't make it.

Written on 21/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

The twin jet aerostar is impressive as well... This looks sexier than a TBM

Written on 13/07/2015 by sam kuminecz

Neither. It's halfway extended.

Written on 27/04/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Very cool indeed!

Written on 12/04/2014 by Alexander Viduetsky

Who wants to see this????

Written on 12/07/2018 by Guido Warnecke

bad bad photo. No labels too.

Written on 15/12/2015 by Guido Warnecke

I second that cliff...great photo of a graceful bird...thanks!

Written on 21/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

Do you know what airport this is?

Written on 20/08/2014 by Ryan Jorgenson

Ex avantair bird?

Written on 21/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

Looks like an early PA-23...1960?

Written on 18/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

Try E3TF for IACO code for the E-3 with the TF-33 engines

Written on 26/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

still pretty much my favorite pic on FA!

Written on 03/09/2018 by Kobe Hunte

Very interesting!!

Written on 03/04/2014 by rwb2112

No, the panther is the military version of the dauphin. Been around since the 1980s

Written on 05/11/2016 by sam kuminecz

The panther is the AS565

Written on 05/11/2016 by sam kuminecz

The spartan executive has that graceful Art Deco look...great photo

Written on 13/07/2015 by sam kuminecz

Gary, 04-08 I was stationed at hurlburt field 16AMXS/16AMU
I was just a unit crew chief assigned to the gunships, 69-6568, 6569, 6570, 6572, and 6575...
Eventually I was assigned to AC-130H 69-6572 "Gravedigger" that was my baby.
This bird was retired and is gate guard at Cannon AFB in New Mexico...
Last I saw her was retirement ceremony and dedication ceremony few years ago
I believe the others were
69-6568 Cherry
69-6569 Fatal Attraction
69-6570 The Hussy
69-6572 Grave Digger
69-6573 Heavy Metal
69-6574 Iron Maiden
69-6575 Wicked Wanda
69-6577 Death Angel

Written on 25/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

I miss the shamu one

Written on 25/09/2015 by sam kuminecz

perfect lighting in this photo, good shot

Written on 27/07/2015 by sam kuminecz

Only ones I see now are 914th airlift wing doing touch and gos at KBUF from their base at Niagara Falls AFRS.
I want to get out your way soooo bad...
If your in the buffalo area let me know and I'll take you to my spot...supposedly the closest you can get to active runway and unobstructed view in the US...150-200 ft from taxiway. Planes rotate right in front of you...if you can get a airport diagram it's right across from Charlie next to Alpha right at the intersection of 14/32 and 5/23

Written on 25/09/2015 by sam kuminecz


Written on 06/06/2018 by Kobe Hunte

I believe so....has to do with the AOA of the wing I believe...not sure entirely

Written on 31/12/2015 by sam kuminecz

the CRJs always do a nose down approach its nothing special on this landing

Written on 31/12/2015 by sam kuminecz

IACO code for this type is LNC2

Written on 05/08/2015 by sam kuminecz

Thanks Scott, the large watermark on photos was done by flightaware, uploaders had no choice about that.

Written on 16/01/2017 by rwb2112

Looks a lot like a DC-3 to me.

Written on 18/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

You have very nice photos on your account!

Written on 12/06/2015 by Guido Warnecke

photoshopped....sun on aircraft hitting at the 2 o clock position while sun on the ground is at the 10 oclock position
no shadows on the ground under the aircraft and the aircraft is to close to the camera and too far from the runway

Written on 24/10/2016 by sam kuminecz

It's a Boeing V-22 Osprey, designed for both vertical and horizontal flight.

Written on 23/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

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