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Thanks cliff731. :)

Also this aircraft (airframe) has a De Havilland Gypsy Major engine. Sadly not a lot of Beagle Terriers were built.

Written on 08/15/2018 by Robert Myers

Hi Viv Pike, thank you for your hint :-)

Written on 08/15/2018 by Lothar Röser

nice pic

Written on 08/15/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice catch

Written on 08/15/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Workhorse of the Soviet era but actually a product of Ukranian knowhow...but having flown the F-27 for 5 years I know which one I would stake my life on!

Written on 08/15/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Congrats to You, Gary... you have all of the Southwest "Shark Week" birds captured!!! :-)

Written on 08/15/2018 by cliff731

ALT stands for Approach and Landing Test. Despite what Wikipedia claims, there were only five ALT flights. They were preceded by ten captive flights that were not referred to as ALT flights.

Written on 08/15/2018 by Brian Lockett

What a fascinating aircraft!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Jose Lauzardo

My catch of N947WN with this "Bull Shark" design means I have now caught all five of the SWA Shark Week nose art aircraft; N470WN - "Great White," N705SW - "Hammerhead," N961WN - "Mako," N553WN - "Tiger," and this one. Southwest will be removing all five of the Shark Week designs in less than three weeks (at the end of this month), but it was rather fun tracking them in order to catch them all, and I'm wondering what new idea they will come up with next year.

** Special Note to R.J. >>> I don't know exactly HOW you made it happen, but I definitely know you caused that "very-far-in-advance notification" to appear on my computer the instant I ran that tracking check yesterday. Thank You very, VERY much, R.J. I am grateful beyond words. Please remember my offer - to you and to your lady. It is an open-ended offer -- no expiration date, my friend. Thank You again.

Written on 08/14/2018 by Gary Schenauer

jobeard - thanks for the kind words! Does not appear to be any of this type on the FAA civil registry, save possibly this one example...

http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=3675

Written on 08/14/2018 by cliff731

Good to know :)

Written on 08/14/2018 by jobeard

jobeard - yes, the identification on this one is correct... and the ICAO code type designator is AUS6.

It is properly named as a Beagle Terrier.

More on it here...

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

And it can be traced back to this one...

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

Written on 08/14/2018 by cliff731

Awesome perspective that is rarely seen!
Thanks for the creativity.

Written on 08/14/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

The nose looks more like a DeHavilland to me. The Taylorcraft had a nose more like the Piper Pacer

Written on 08/14/2018 by jobeard

Southern California leases a pair of these during "fire season" - - looks like we ought to be just buying them outright for full time service :sigh:

Written on 08/14/2018 by jobeard

Thank you redsoxrowe !

Written on 08/14/2018 by John Marotta

Thank you Sweeney20 !

Written on 08/14/2018 by John Marotta

Thank you Tamas. I always look forward to your photos. You really have good stuff.

Written on 08/14/2018 by John Marotta

The best plane in the world!!! Great!!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Helio Bastos Salmon

GREAT!!!!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Helio Bastos Salmon

Nice shot John, love that plane!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Helio Bastos Salmon

Tks John, very kind of you.

Written on 08/14/2018 by Helio Bastos Salmon

New paint job for MFT

Written on 08/14/2018 by Robbie McConnel

Nice shot Fabian!

Written on 08/14/2018 by mike prendergast

Nice one Uwe!

Written on 08/14/2018 by mike prendergast

Thanks Fabian!

Written on 08/14/2018 by mike prendergast

Nice shot, Dan, and another one of your classic additions to the FA collection. Thanks for sharing! As Tom Vance would say, Five Weasels!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Dave Sheehy

Great shot Aaron! I love all of your newest shots, but this one is my favorite!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Isaac Vogelzang

Thanks cliff

Written on 08/14/2018 by Brian Buckley

sehr schön

Written on 08/14/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Outstanding photo capture, Brian... thanks for sharing with us!!!

Written on 08/14/2018 by cliff731

Thanks

Written on 08/14/2018 by Brian Buckley

Thanks John

Written on 08/14/2018 by Brian Buckley

Wonderful pic.............

well done

Written on 08/14/2018 by ken kemper

Great Shot Helio!

Written on 08/14/2018 by John Giambone

This one is apparently set up for cargo. When they came out in 1962 63, they were the largest passenger plane in the world (according to Wikipedia) I flew several times in these planes,Toronto to Ukraine. We referred to them as flying school buses. On one memorable occasion we began to descend to land in Toronto, when the ceiling of the passenger compartment began to drip profusely, almost like rain. We deducted that frost had formed on the inside of the fuselage and was now melting as the ambient temperature began to rise. This no doubt could have caused electrical problems. Thanks for listening.

Written on 08/14/2018 by Gilles Plourde

Great shot Brian !

Written on 08/14/2018 by John Giambone

Great shot Brian!

Written on 08/14/2018 by John Giambone

Russia, Antonov, only built one of these. The only one in the world. Wonder how many pounds of fuel it takes to fill the An-225s fuel tanks?

Written on 08/14/2018 by Harry Ellett

Canadian restored "British" Lancaster. Seen previously at Oshkosh in 2015 in static mode only at that time. This is a great photo!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Alan Brown

Great photo! Thanks for the memory!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Alan Brown

schönes Bild

Written on 08/14/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Yes a de-registered experimental aircraft used for engine testing, parked at Willow Run Airport, in Ypsilanti near to Detroit. I've taken this photo on August 2018.

Written on 08/14/2018 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

Mark it came in around 3:30 on July 18th

Written on 08/14/2018 by aaron miles

danke!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Juan Bianchi

danke Greg!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Juan Bianchi

Many thanks to all !!!

Written on 08/14/2018 by Сергей Коньков

Nice catch Aaron! When was this??

Written on 08/13/2018 by Mark Thomas

Isaac, do let me know when you're coming up to YYZ, I'd be happy to show you around. Starting this weekend (Aug 18th) we get Emirates 5 times a week so we are looking forward to some of the more colourful A380's but I'm sure there'll be something interesting for you to catch!!

Written on 08/13/2018 by Mark Thomas

Reminds me of the twin Ercoupe.

Written on 08/13/2018 by peterjp5

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