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gorgous shot Uwe.

Written on 17/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

nice shot

Written on 17/08/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

thank you rapidwolve

Written on 17/08/2017 by Uwe Zinke

nice

Written on 17/08/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

Simply Outstanding!

Written on 17/08/2017 by Michael Carden

C-GMAY

Written on 17/08/2017 by zutbof

Thats me! I love the photo Michael! Any chance you could forward me a copy? Josh.griffith5533@yahoo.com

Written on 17/08/2017 by Josh Griffith

Historically it is a C-121C... This aircraft was identified as a Lockheed C-121C in the FAA registry until it was deregistered in 1994. It still retains that identification as a C-121C model in Australia's "Civil Aircraft Register", albeit using Lockheed's factory serial number (4176) rather than the USAF s/n (54-0157) as the FAA registry used.

This Lockheed was originally built to fulfill a military contract as a C-121C with MSN 1049F-4176 and delivered to the United States Air Force MATS in 1955 with an assigned USAF s/n 54-157. She flew with MATS, the MS ANG, the WV ANG, and the PA ANG until being retired in 1977. She was subsequently flown to Davis Monthan AFB and later restored for her trans Pacific flight to Australia with her current Australian civil aviation VH-EAG registration.

Written on 17/08/2017 by cliff731

Robert is correct. The ICAO code covers all variants.

Written on 17/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

ICAO designator code is "CONI" for all Lockheed Super Constellations, seems that FlightAware incorrectly defaults the "CONI" designator to the EC-121.

Written on 17/08/2017 by Robert Myers

WOW wahnsinn! Wie viel mm ?

Written on 17/08/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

This is more likely a Lockheed 1049. The EC-121 was a U.S. military electronic countermeasures aircraft. This restoration may have been based on a surplus EC-121, but the restoration is back to the 1049 configuration.

Written on 17/08/2017 by Paul Wisgerhof

Luscombe 8A built in 1939.

Written on 17/08/2017 by Paul Wisgerhof

Enjoyed the B737 to this one

Written on 17/08/2017 by Jorge Giraldez

Enjoyed the B737 more so than this Airbus

Written on 17/08/2017 by Jorge Giraldez

What the neck!!!!!

Written on 17/08/2017 by Jorge Giraldez

Awesome pic! 5*

Written on 17/08/2017 by Luke Runciman

Yes.Much water is wasted if they use the bubble to wash off the bubble.In addition, this is because it leads to marine pollution when the undiluted solution of the bubble leaks in the sea because it is near the sea.

Written on 17/08/2017 by kotagonzaresu

danke!!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Hi Greg!!
think also!!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Hi Rapidwolfe!!
you are absolute right!
greetings Uwe!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Nao ha limites para o mau gosto? So falta o "caralho" das Caldas!!!!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Joao Ponces

Now that takes courage!

Written on 16/08/2017 by 744pnf

Thanks Isaac

Written on 16/08/2017 by Brett Easton

Thanks, your gallery is awesome

Written on 16/08/2017 by Artsy E

ValuJet became AirTran, which was bought by SWA.

Written on 16/08/2017 by David Sims

Stunning! love the exhaust blur

Written on 16/08/2017 by Nate Rasband

Incredible!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Stephen Maciolek

Proper reg should be EI-SEV.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Max W

Nice!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Sam Cox

Very Nice

Written on 16/08/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Spelled ghostly Value Jet..................

Written on 16/08/2017 by Charles Peele

This aircraft is 14-BIS and was the FIRST flying prototype in the human history to fly before eyewitnesses in Paris in 1904. His builder and cientist, Albert Santos Dumont, was a brasilian french descent who created pulse watch and the shower we use the bath in a daily basis. If you want to know more about him, make a search on the web about this amazing brilliant brazilian man. In fact the aircraft was going...going to the future!!!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Claudia Santos

Interesting to think, that that's as many planes as it took to finally end the war in the Pacific...two. Hopefully will never have to use a payload like that again.

Written on 16/08/2017 by ajagostini

A very nice Luscombe 8A. Thanks for sharing this one with us!

Written on 16/08/2017 by cliff731

KAC

Written on 16/08/2017 by Michael Kacmarynski

Poop

Written on 16/08/2017 by Michael Kacmarynski

Hello

Written on 16/08/2017 by Michael Kacmarynski

This airplane now has the registration lower on the fuselage. Search for N212UT to see the new location.

Written on 16/08/2017 by Paul Ransbury

Very, very cool, Gary!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

Nice shot!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

Right! What Dwight said!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

Nicely done, Bill!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

That is a great picture, Uwe!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

Amazing!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

Very nice, Noah!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

Cool!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

Fabelhaft!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

Very cool, Gary!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Greg Byington

sehr stark!

Written on 16/08/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

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