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We were there last year at the same spot.Standing close to the surfboard where all the hours of arrivals and departures are written on.Blasting descend.It is now a Airbus A330 which is taking the place for the Jumbo 747.

Written on 21/02/2017 by Guy Genbrugge

Great shot John, your camera lens has a killer view!

Written on 21/02/2017 by Rich Barnett

Aircraft crashed 21/02/2017 shortly after departing MEB. All 5 onboard were killed. RIP.

Written on 21/02/2017 by Simon Coates

You have to love it.

Written on 21/02/2017 by Sam Johnson

Hi Charles.
We have 12 MD 11 Lufthansa Cargo jets here.
Homebase is Frankfurt.
Greetings Uwe

Written on 20/02/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Thank you Dave !

Written on 20/02/2017 by John Marotta

I put it in as a 787-10 and Flightaware default as the B788. I'm sure they will get caught up some day soon.

Written on 20/02/2017 by 310driver

Outstanding John! 5*

Written on 20/02/2017 by Dave Sheehy

I'm not certain if 79-0477 is still with the Montana AG now.
The only info I have on the burned remains of 79-0478 is that it was supposedly being returned to the States but I don't know for sure if it ever was brought back.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Stunning livery by jetBlue! Kudos to whomever came up with this

Written on 20/02/2017 by Mark Thomas

Thanks Greg!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Jose Suro

Fabulous catch!! 5*!!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Excellent catch of the "Tomcatters" CAG bird. And I'm seeing Blue Angel 5 in the background. * x 5 = 5*!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

This shot brings back some major memories. I've got some slides of a MITO launch at Loring (8 BUFFs, 4 KCs) in the mid 80s. Wonderful pic here, Brian. *****

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

I recently posted a scan of a B&W pic of a Piedmont F27 I took over 50 years ago, and while looking thru the FA files just now for other photos of old Piedmont fleetbirds I found this one of yours. And that led me to finding all your other posts. Don't know how I'd missed seeing all your great pics from your 35mm slides, Brian, but I sure am glad I discovered them today. These are super excellent shots from the past. All are 5 * clicks, and I send my most sincere Thanks to you for having shared these historical snaps here in FA. if you have any more, I'd certainly enjoy seeing them.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

One sweet Skyhawk!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Steve Long

How wrong can you get? Just about as far from a stinson as you could get!

Written on 20/02/2017 by wingnut

Great Flying Archer! The Captain is kinda of strange!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Kevin Smith

Thank you Derek !

Written on 20/02/2017 by John Marotta

This is a unique catch for sure. Filling in all five (and more if there were more). Thanx for sharing this scene, John.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Fantastic shot John

Written on 20/02/2017 by Derek Marshall

787-10

Written on 20/02/2017 by Roy Hunte

I believe the code is either B781 or B78J not active yet so not sure.
Nice catch though!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Roy Hunte

I count 64,857 pictures of Boeing 737s (all variants) posted in FA that are tagged as such. There will be more that haven't been tagged.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Greg Byington

Very nice!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Greg Byington

That's a pretty shot, Jose!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Greg Byington

More specifically, Lufthansa Cargo.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Greg Byington

KDPA , FLYING WITH HMX-1

Written on 20/02/2017 by Scott Taylor

Charles, it's Lufthansa.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Outstanding scenes. Superb new series of posts. 5, 5, 5, etc. TYVM for sharing them.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Congrats on catching this new JBU tail, Darryl. ***** captures.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Well caught! 5+! TY for sharing this scene.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

*****! Excellent!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

This photo is tagged with the incorrect tail number.

Written on 20/02/2017 by jfriberg

Dave, Hi and Tks. Of just three pics I ever took of Lake Central a/c, only these two Nord shots could be salvaged. The other was of a DC-3. I wish I had been wiser in my younger years and stored my prints better, but it's only spilled milk now so no use mourning the lost one. Glad you liked these. (Wave)

Written on 20/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

How about telling, those of us non clairvoyant, the owner's, Airline' name!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Charles Peele

Spectacular shot!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Roy Hunte

Beautiful!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Roy Hunte

Awesome effect! Great shot!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Tom Heaverlo

Now that is a cool shot!...Very Nice

Written on 20/02/2017 by bigkahuna400

What a great photo!

Written on 20/02/2017 by Tom Heaverlo

Thank you Bartolomeo!

Written on 20/02/2017 by rwb2112

Another great addition to the FA historical archive. Thanks for taking the time to resurrect and scan this one Gary.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Thanks Savannah, the tail is getting a flash of direct sunlight through a small hole in the overcast.

Written on 20/02/2017 by Jose Suro

Notice the painting "Jetstar (With the orange star)" is light. Every Jetstar had the same kind of colour on the tail.

Written on 19/02/2017 by JY Aviation

Fantastic capture!

Written on 19/02/2017 by Alexander Viduetsky

Beautiful photo - but what's going on with her tail?

Written on 19/02/2017 by Savannah Ford

Great pic. Very nice post processing on the colors.

Written on 19/02/2017 by Kevin Haiduk

One thing I have always found to be somewhat interesting about these Nord a/c is that they had both front and rear passenger boarding doors ... but the passenger capacity was between 26 to 29 passengers. (In my first picture, only the rear access stairs were open, but because the flight was about to board I had to move away and in my second photo, the front cabin access has now been opened. PS .. The front also provided galley access, I think.) Must have taken all of two minutes ... IF the flight was fully booked ... to get everyone on board. lol
Also noteworthy is the fact that Lake Central's N262As had three-bladed props. After Allegheny absorbed the airline, all the Nords were modified and when Allegheny flew them, they all had five-bladed props.

Written on 19/02/2017 by Gary Schenauer

I worked on this aircraft at ARDU Laverton RAAF base 1965

Written on 19/02/2017 by Stan Robinson

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