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I assume this was a pre-delivery test flight. The registration number is one of Boeing's temp numbers.

Written on 09/12/2021 by Paul Wisgerhof

Today ATRs - 72 & 42 :)

Written on 09/12/2021 by WalAndPl

Have not seen? Have not been near their service area. C-135s in several models have been in continuous service with high-bypass turbofans since the late 70s.

Written on 08/12/2021 by skylab72

Thanks Guido

Written on 08/12/2021 by JM32

Shiba Inu Aviator...love it

Written on 08/12/2021 by Bill Edgar

gooda!

Written on 08/12/2021 by yushuzhou20

Thanks Darryl !

Written on 08/12/2021 by JM32

Thank you. Indeed.

Written on 08/12/2021 by Fabian Dirscherl

Sorry everyone, I uploaded a half dozen images and the tail is all you can see. Can't find where to delete/edit the files.

Written on 08/12/2021 by NorCalBusa

Good air craft

Written on 08/12/2021 by EMAD SHAHEIN

Thanks Darryl. !!

Written on 08/12/2021 by JM32

Gary - I remember the Allegiant B757's but never photographed them so please share if you have any photos.

Written on 08/12/2021 by Darryl Sarno

Cool shot and great catch Gary!

Written on 08/12/2021 by Darryl Sarno

Cool catch John!

Written on 08/12/2021 by Darryl Sarno

Nice one John!

Written on 08/12/2021 by Darryl Sarno

It’s very very awesome capture 😎😎

Written on 08/12/2021 by mwagri

@Paul - I updated registration number by adding leading zero. Flightaware adds automatically "N" for every registration number starting from non-nero digit, so it is impossible to enter correct registration number for many foreign military planes...

Written on 08/12/2021 by WalAndPl

I don't know where the poster got "N4GS" as the registration number of this aircraft. The FAA says the real N4GS is a Bell 429 helicopter based in Montana.

Written on 08/12/2021 by Paul Wisgerhof

Sorry skylab72, but I think the Caravan could keep up with a 757-200 in slow flight. As far as what you are seeing out of the right window check out the fourth picture from the bottom at https://www.flyhpa.com/2016/11/a-pilots-review-of-the-cessna-caravan-ce-208/
( looks the same to me. )

Written on 08/12/2021 by James Wisely

danke Greg

Written on 07/12/2021 by Uwe Zinke

The unique sound derives from the laminar flow sheet of air from the wings entering the props. It acts like a blender chopping up that smooth layer of air.

Written on 07/12/2021 by Bill Richardson

the tail number is 89-2025

Written on 07/12/2021 by Chris Collinsworth

Toll!

Written on 07/12/2021 by Greg Byington

You're very welcome!

Written on 07/12/2021 by Greg Byington

thank you!

Written on 07/12/2021 by Uwe Zinke

Great shot!

Written on 07/12/2021 by WalAndPl

Awesome Photo Sean !!!

Written on 07/12/2021 by ken kemper

Great shot Fabian! Also this has a very interesting livery :)

Written on 07/12/2021 by Andre Blanchard

Very interesting aircraft!

Written on 07/12/2021 by Andre Blanchard

Great picture. When was this taken?

Written on 07/12/2021 by Andre Blanchard

Looks like it has not been "finished" yet. Great Picture!!!

Written on 07/12/2021 by Andre Blanchard

I have always liked this series of historic figures on Norwegian aircraft! Great photo

Written on 07/12/2021 by Andre Blanchard

I have always liked this series of historic figures on Norwegian aircraft! Great photo

Written on 07/12/2021 by Andre Blanchard

Very Nice shot Sean!

Written on 07/12/2021 by John Giambone

Thanks PLC !!

Written on 07/12/2021 by JM32

Thanks Tim !!

Written on 07/12/2021 by JM32

Thanks PLC !!

Written on 07/12/2021 by JM32

Epic

Written on 07/12/2021 by parkerlawncare

I love domestic heavies

Written on 07/12/2021 by parkerlawncare

Nice one, any from M-1?

Written on 07/12/2021 by parkerlawncare

5*****

Written on 07/12/2021 by parkerlawncare

Good one, thanks John

Written on 07/12/2021 by parkerlawncare

Epic!! 5*****

Written on 07/12/2021 by parkerlawncare

thank you!

Written on 07/12/2021 by Uwe Zinke

danke Greg

Written on 07/12/2021 by Uwe Zinke

As far as I know the specific sound of the Avanti is from the pushprops running at full revs all the time. Speed is changed by the position of the blades of the engines. I think it is very noisy. And I know it first hand because it passes over my house at 450 metres to land on runway 22 at Schiphol from time to time. Tonight in fact hence my post.

Written on 06/12/2021 by Paul van Hoek

@ Greg Byington thank you very much!

Written on 06/12/2021 by daniel jef

Prima!

Written on 06/12/2021 by Greg Byington

Super Skymaster? Really?

Written on 06/12/2021 by Kim Hackett

As a kid of the 21st century, I wish I could go back in time to the 1980s for a day just to hang out at a major airport!

Written on 06/12/2021 by Alex Sullivnan

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