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Truly a great pic!

Written on 20/07/2018 by ward legrow

Very nice picture.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Ralph Wigzell

Latest -8 to join the UPS fleet. Conformity inspection scheduled for Monday morning, should be hauling revenue Monday night.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Joseph Cotter

It looks like wood chocks next to the mechanics right foot if I am not mistaken.

Written on 20/07/2018 by silverio califano

@ Leon Kay your most welcome!!!

Written on 20/07/2018 by daniel jef

Great shot with the tip lights. I always liked night hops. It is amazing how much the tips of Phrogs moved up and down in the track while flying and night hops with more than one bird let us see such.

Written on 20/07/2018 by WhiteKnight77

Wow!! Is that a ME-262?

Written on 20/07/2018 by Jose Luis Mangual Gomez

Thank you for an interesting and unusual photo.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Leon Kay

Very good photo of an unusual aircraft.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you for a nice photo and interesting accompanying comment.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you for a good photo and useful comment.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you Francisco.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Tony Erni

Thanks Tony!!

Written on 20/07/2018 by Mark Thomas

It's really not that bad!

Written on 20/07/2018 by Brian Wilkes

This finishes almost 120 American Airlines Aircraft that were photographed on roughly 5-6 hour period on one day. KPHL Photographs have been saturated with a few pages on nothing but these American Airline Flights. Also posted a few international flights that KPHL supports that day. Most were shot at Governor Printz Park south of the Airport that is right on the river while a few departures were shot at Ft. Mifflin just Northeast of the Airport. To say it is a hub for American is an understatement.

Written on 20/07/2018 by warmwynds

Nice photo of an interesting colour scheme.
Our South African "Sharks" rugby team would appreciate this support by Southwest.
They are playing the Super Rugby semi final against a New Zealand team this weekend.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Leon Kay

Go 737-700! I am sure this aircraft has a higher top speed!!
Thank you for a very interesting photo.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you for a good photo and the accompanying comment.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you for a great photo and informative comment.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Leon Kay

Thank you for a nice photo and the informative comment.

Written on 20/07/2018 by Leon Kay

Wow! That is a lot of birds!

Written on 20/07/2018 by Andre Blanchard

Awesome airplane and nice shut!

Written on 20/07/2018 by Jose Barth

When did they put turbo props on the S2 and a Garrett TPE.

Written on 20/07/2018 by ktnjr

so soll es auch sein!!

Written on 19/07/2018 by Uwe Zinke

possibly the world's worst paint job on a plane

Written on 19/07/2018 by ian mcdonell

Very nice study

Written on 19/07/2018 by ian mcdonell

This photo of this old, but incredibly convenient, Airport, brings back so many wonderful memories. It’s known to us old
pilots, as Holman Field, named after Charlie “Speed” Holman, an airmail, barnstorming, daredevil pilot, who also was the
first hired pilot by Northwest Airlines. This airport was the place from which I received my ASEL in 1967 from a great
little company called Robb Aviation. Thanks for posting the photo of this historic aircraft, parked in front this historic old
stone terminal.

Written on 19/07/2018 by Candace Sherchan

That's crazy, have you seen this fly? Probably needs all of 20 feet to lift off, then straight up lol.

Written on 19/07/2018 by rwb2112

I actually like it Mark.

Great photos as usual.

Written on 19/07/2018 by Tony Erni

10 stars if I could Gary, nice shots!

Written on 19/07/2018 by Mark Thomas

What a hot rod! I loved working 2 or 3 of these in the VFR pattern almost 40 years ago. Versatile & flexible enough to make a successful sequence for even the most junior of tower controllers.

Written on 19/07/2018 by Vectorer

Not a Global Express, That's a Falcon cockpit

Written on 19/07/2018 by jrodriguez

Looks like there's still a few inches to spare!

Written on 19/07/2018 by John Stanfield

Voici quelques trucs pour différencier un A-400 et un nouveau Lockheed C 130. Le A 400 a sa gouverne de profondeur installé en haut de la gouverne de direction et les 4 moteurs turbo prop ont des hélices à 8 pales, deux des moteurs tournent clock wise et les deux autres conter clock wise.
les nouveaux L-C-130 la gouverne de profondeur est situé en bas de la gouverne de direction et les 4 moteurs turbo prop. ont 8 pales et les 4 moteurs tournent sur le même sens.

Written on 19/07/2018 by andré belleau

PA24 Piper Comanche.

Written on 19/07/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

IMO, it's important to admit our mistakes -- no better way to learn :)

Written on 19/07/2018 by jobeard

jobeard - not to worry... the Airbus A400 Atlas certainly has visual similarities to both the Lockheed C-130 Hercules and the Boeing C-17 Globemaster III depending on the viewing angle!

Written on 19/07/2018 by cliff731

good picture :)

Written on 19/07/2018 by jobeard

Looks like an old PanAm 747SP.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_747SP

Written on 19/07/2018 by James Driskell

Dass ist ein super Foto!

Written on 19/07/2018 by Camryn Brown

This is a shortened 747 belonging to Oman's Royal flight. Being such a large country it also has one 747-400 and a 747-8 plus assorted smaller craft so the Sultan and dignataries can travel all over the world several times a year to attend high level meetinds..

Written on 19/07/2018 by chalet

once again i bow to better info

Written on 19/07/2018 by jobeard

interesting series on aircraft interiors

Written on 19/07/2018 by jobeard

a derivative of the single engine Navion

Written on 19/07/2018 by jobeard

Thanks Jim & Cliff for your input. That's some good info on that web sight. Always more to learn.

Written on 19/07/2018 by Shrimp333

perfect nightshot gary!!

Written on 19/07/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Excellent shot, Gary!

Written on 19/07/2018 by Dave Sheehy

Beautiful shot of a sleek Cheyenne 2, having the Angle of Attack sensing vane visible on the right hand forward nose area, just below the blue stripe. The lower powered 1/1A and also the lengthened XL do not have this.

Written on 19/07/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Are you sure this is sleepy little Mudgee (1500' field elev.) at night? Baro Alt is reading 1300 feet...

Written on 19/07/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Bankstown Airport YSBK in Sydney NSW (New South Wales) Australia.

Written on 18/07/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

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