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Written on 29/04/2017 by gretnabear

First time I ever saw an RB-57 was at Mather AFB back in the seventies.

Written on 29/04/2017 by chinaninearea51

Is this a PhotoShop product or the real thing? What aviation authority would permit flying like this?

Written on 29/04/2017 by Paul Watson

Nice paint scheme. That's one of the best looking 310's that I have seen!

Written on 29/04/2017 by Vinson White

The good old times.

Written on 29/04/2017 by Carlos Pereira

The first 787 I saw in person was at PHL but I didn't get a very good look at it since the police were telling me to move my car...

Written on 29/04/2017 by Joy Carpenter

Soon Lufthansa will probably be flying the A350XWB into PHL to replace the a340s

Written on 29/04/2017 by Joy Carpenter

I love seeing pictures in the city I was born in! Also this is a -300

Written on 29/04/2017 by Joy Carpenter

Super

Written on 29/04/2017 by Olcion Zanuni

near miss?

Written on 29/04/2017 by anlelmc

to be more familiar with planes if it is possible write the kind of plane on their tails like AB340,AB330 B747,B777

Written on 29/04/2017 by yadollah saremian

That's an authentic historical livery?

Written on 29/04/2017 by NEIL MCNALLY

C'mon, who hasn't wanted to see a 727 painted with a shark mouth?

Written on 29/04/2017 by n9341c

I saw this exact same aircraft at MSP today....

Written on 28/04/2017 by Joy Carpenter

The aircraft are TDY to Nellis for training and they are stationed at Seymour Johnson AFB in North Carolina. The 120's are being used for training and locking on to the enemy aircraft. Leon is right about the sunlight on the bottom as the engine access panels since they are made of bare metal Titanium.

Written on 28/04/2017 by Charles Connel

what a click!! Thanks

Written on 28/04/2017 by NEIL MCNALLY

I think that may be sunlight under the engines.

Written on 28/04/2017 by Leon Artac

If you admired the shot so much that you downloaded it and reposted it here on FA under your own name, you really should credit the photographer who took the picture and who posted it on Jetphotos on Nov 9, 2005. That would be Mr. Pawel Kierzkowski.

Written on 28/04/2017 by Gary Schenauer

It's Czech. What do they know!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Leon Artac

Someone that I know once flew on this exact plane from LHR-RDU on December 21, 2008.

Written on 28/04/2017 by FSXBoeing737Pilot

Nice.

Will definitely have to look for this the next time I visit my friend in Angeles City.

Written on 28/04/2017 by Doug Zalud

NICE PIC

Written on 28/04/2017 by kenny antoine

Was a very lucky day because the wind was blowing south and there is a park next to the taxiway and at the fence you are only about 75 yards from it. So it took off from runway 33. 90% of the time, the B-52's take off and land on runway 15 but that was just a lucky day and the winds helped all the spectators watching.

Written on 28/04/2017 by ppick

That's the N6A I've flown. The number is reassigned now to a light jet!

Written on 28/04/2017 by James Wysong

Stolen image! Even the comment is stolen! Reported!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

'823 looks pretty good. I have many hours logged in her when she was based out of PCM. Happy to see her still in the air.

Written on 28/04/2017 by James Wysong

Again, what a great shot

Written on 28/04/2017 by PAUL PETERSON

Very nice photo. Great shot as they were landing.

Written on 28/04/2017 by PAUL PETERSON

He didn't get cold taking this. Mr. Aleksandr Listopad probably did though. You can see some more of his work on Airliners.net where this image was copied and re-edited...

Written on 28/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

This is an A319 not an A321 Carlos, amend your info

Written on 28/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

Probably a first for Mr. Dirk Grothe, he took the photo!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

I think this photo should have 10 stars. Very nice photos.

Written on 28/04/2017 by PAUL PETERSON

OMG.....What a shot! Well done Sir Carlos !

Written on 28/04/2017 by John Marotta

Nothing like a stolen photo either! This one belongs to Sam Chui who took it in April 2010

Written on 28/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

This is a great shot, click full and then F11 for full screen on a PC. Nice catch Friedrich!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Dave Sheehy

.........whoa.......!
(that's beautiful)

Written on 28/04/2017 by Dave Mathes

Taxi... Taxi here please!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Claude Picard

Wunderbar!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Greg Byington

Glorious!!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

That would be plenty here Andre, mine only goes to 200mm!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

buena foto

Written on 28/04/2017 by angelo campos

What's that orange glow under the engines? Are they so hot that all that sheet metal glows orange?

Written on 28/04/2017 by Angelo Campanella

"That's burning some rubber." Better at the arrival end than the quickly approaching departure end! ;-) That airports was always my least favorite "heavy" destination: Too much traffic in the local area. Hills, buildings too close to the arrival end. Not much extra runway. Crowded ramps. OTOH, it was an interesting approach and required some real hand flying!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Jim Smirh

Looks like they've got Clark pretty well cleared of the volcanic ash!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Jim Smirh

I suspect "lead" is the upside down pilot.

Written on 28/04/2017 by Jim Smirh

Very nice. Right now the long lens I have is 80 to 300 mm.

Written on 28/04/2017 by Andre Blanchard

Always sad to see an older tech. aircraft being replaced. This a/c belongs to VMA-211 Wake Island Avengers @ MCAS Yuma, bye bye AV8B's

Written on 28/04/2017 by dicky11

I like the bottom paint job..No doubt about what airline it is! :)

Written on 28/04/2017 by marylou anderson

Wow! so many lights! Rivals Broadway--(NYC)

Written on 28/04/2017 by marylou anderson

There's something to be said about lighted centerlines! Excellence at night!

Written on 28/04/2017 by bayou

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