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N57016 is likely the FAA registration for this United Airlines Boeing 777-200.

N50716 is for a deregistered Cessna 150J, which was cancelled in 2013.

Written on 01/17/2019 by cliff731

I beg to differ on the location. Not YAMB (Amberly) it is tracking north and about to cross the Gold Coast seaway

Written on 01/17/2019 by Ron Fletcher

This is not an F-50, but an F70! flew in it many times!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Joao Ponces

This is nor and F50, but an F-70!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Joao Ponces

Thanks Kevin!

Written on 01/16/2019 by mike prendergast

Beautiful Aircraft !

Written on 01/16/2019 by Desirae Jones

Does anyone know where Bombardier Aircraft is manufactured?

Written on 01/16/2019 by warmwynds

Another photo by photographer Jon Davison and viewable on his website...

http://www.eyeinthesky.com.au/pc12executive

Written on 01/16/2019 by cliff731

This photo is also viewable here...

http://www.eyeinthesky.com.au/pc12executive

Proper attribution and photo credit belongs to photographer Jon Davison.

Written on 01/16/2019 by cliff731

This photo is the original work of photographer Jon Davison...

http://www.eyeinthesky.com.au/pc12executive

Written on 01/16/2019 by cliff731

This photo is also viewable here...

http://www.eyeinthesky.com.au/pc12executive

and credited to original photographer Jon Davison.

Written on 01/16/2019 by cliff731

This photo is also viewed here...

http://www.eyeinthesky.com.au/pc12executive

and credited to original photographer Jon Davison.

Written on 01/16/2019 by cliff731

This photo is also seen at this site...

http://www.eyeinthesky.com.au/rfds

and attributed to original photographer Jon Davison.

Written on 01/16/2019 by cliff731

Taken @2215Z on 16 JAN 2019 @ FL380 over Pennsylvania

Written on 01/16/2019 by Henry Wolfond

This photo is also seen here...

https://www.eyeinthesky.com.au/northern-territory

and is attributed to original photographer Jon Davison.

https://www.eyeinthesky.com.au/travel-portfolio/

Written on 01/16/2019 by cliff731

Actually no, it might not of been 74-0787 because it said the last flighted tracked with flightaware was NOV 2018, Its 2019 now lol

Idk which E-4B flew by my house, wish me luck!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Chris Partin

Very Nice! I Saw This E-4B Today Flying By My Home Approaching Andrews Air Force Base! It Was Either 74-0787 Or Another E-4B, Because Two Of The Four E-4Bs (B is the only variant in service , all As were later converted into Bs) Were Damaged In June 2017 Due To A Tornado That Struck Offut Air Force Base, The Two Damaged E-4s Are Out Of Service And It Is Unknown When They Will Be Operational Again

Written on 01/16/2019 by Chris Partin

col

Written on 01/16/2019 by Chris Partin

big girl!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Clayton Overmyer

COOL!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Chris Partin

cool!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Chris Partin

COOL

Written on 01/16/2019 by Chris Partin

This is actually a TR182. Not a Cutlass.

Written on 01/16/2019 by Noel Jacobs

Thank you all!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Rick Finch

Eye-brow windows are another giveaway it its an Astra vs G100. Also the G100 has more rounded cabin windows with no aluminum wrap around the window like the Astra. I'm sure that many other subtle hints can be seen with each aircraft example.

Written on 01/16/2019 by biscayne738

Another neat place at OAK to photograph from was the old lounge just a floor beneath the control tower over the main terminal, torn down now.

Written on 01/16/2019 by biscayne738

Nice shot, Hal!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Greg Byington

That's a good looking pic, Gary!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Greg Byington

wow interesting shoots ,

profits under

Written on 01/16/2019 by BULE EMILE

Fantastic shot of this 788!

Written on 01/16/2019 by jim garrity

Awesome plane and shot!

Written on 01/16/2019 by rwb2112

Awesome shot!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Tyler Emtage

EXCELLENT SHOT!!!! 5*****

Written on 01/16/2019 by Cade Emtage

Nice pic! This is an A20N (N310FR)

Written on 01/16/2019 by pjfalv

Hot!!!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Nathen Sieben

Hot!!!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Nathen Sieben

Great shot mate! Love that slow shutter speed action.

Written on 01/16/2019 by Nathen Sieben

Thank you C.W for that info ..........

appreciate your kind comments.

Written on 01/16/2019 by ken kemper

Jobeard >>> THOSE must be wonderfully memorable days. To be at LAX, sitting right by the runway, watching the major aircraft of those times come past ..... HAS to have been an ultra-thrill. Sometimes, changes in the way things were to the way things are today do not always mean things are better than they used to be. I'm just glad that folks like you and I and others of my acquaintance here on FA did have the opportunities to experience aviation as it used to be. (Both Thumbs Up)

Written on 01/16/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Canadian Armed Forces

Written on 01/16/2019 by chalet

Nothing wrong at all Andreas :)

Written on 01/16/2019 by jobeard

David Seider >>> I can't be 100% certain, but to me that sure looks like Herman the Duck on the tail of the propliner (far left edge of photo) so that would mean it's a North Central prop. North Central merged with Southern and they became Republic, and then Northwest acquired Republic and the entire jet inventory of the Republic fleet was repainted into Northwest livery. (The propliners were all WFU.) These clues still do not establish a definitive date for the pic, but if you do some quick research into the years the mergers took place the clues may help narrow down the time frame of this photo somewhat. (Wave)

Written on 01/16/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Slide Mountain (left) and Mt. Rose are the two mountains in the background. They are two of the three snow capped mountains that appear on the tail of American's N916NN, the AAL B738 that is painted in the Reno Air special heritage livery.

Written on 01/16/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Great photo. Loved the DC-8.

Written on 01/16/2019 by Mike Boote

Given its certificate information on FlightAware and the parallel upper and lower frames of the aft end of the windscreen, this cant be a 300. By other available info, I would say it's a 601 by manufacture date.

Written on 01/16/2019 by Doug Pickard

Nice shot Ryan!

Written on 01/16/2019 by John Giambone

Nice pic!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Francisco Lugo

awesome picture! good job!

Written on 01/16/2019 by Kobe Hunte

Great picture!! Who are they?

Written on 01/16/2019 by Yvon Dionne

Panning shot at 1/80s, focal length 300mm, distance camera-plane: 344m, distance plane-buildings: 271m ... so what is looking wrong here??

Written on 01/16/2019 by Andreas Stöckl

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