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Airbus A321 (ANA749)

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NH749 Spitfire Mk14

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chinaninearea51
That's a FIVE star shot!
Dave Sheehy
Outstanding! 5*****
Alan Brown
Interesting that this Spitfire was ID'd as an Airbus. Great photo! Interesting angle for the photo. Absolutely worth 5 stars.
John mcGeoghan
Finnish? Israeli? Can't make out insignia.Strong shot.
Alan Hume
Japanese Airbus A-321? I don't think so! But what a great study of a refurbished Spitfire! Loved the panned effect with the blurred background. It gives the photo real movement! This must be a Mk.XVIIIe given the 5-blade prop and bubble canopy. Good for close to 450 mph at 24,000 ft and a ceiling of 43,000 ft! Incredible! That's BizJet territory!
Don Lynch
Nice, real nice.
dodonfred
Great shot! You don't see too many in-flight pics from above.
Benjamin Taub
Aren't those New Zealand markings?
cliff731
John mcGeoghan - This roundel insignia was used by the Royal Air Force in the SEAC (South East Asia Command) and CBI (China-Burma-India) theatre during the WWII period from 1942 to 1946.

The red colour center was removed and replaced with light blue to avoid confusion with the Japanese hinomaru. This blue was obtained with a mix of the normal roundel blue colour and white colour paints.

Aircraft in the CBI theatre commonly used roundels and fin flashes of approximately half the normal size.
John mcGeoghan
Cliff thank you Can I remember Burma giving permission for excavations to be made trying to locate crates of pre assembled Spitfires a few years ago? Were any found.?
Bror Monberg
The romance of flight! Altogether beautiful shot.
Luc Barbier
Ah ! AH ! Airbus A 321 !! ??????????????????????????????????
cliff731
John mcGeoghan - You're welcome and my thanks to You. I seem to recall of those buried Spitfires, but don't remember ever reading exactly if any were successfully located and unearthed.
marylou anderson
Some Airbus--It wishes!
Great pic I gave it 5 stars!
Andrew Coulson
That's an excellent shot. Where were you?
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
22-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:04PM JST 03:40PM JST Scheduled
21-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:04PM JST 03:40PM JST Scheduled
20-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:06PM JST 03:43PM JST 0:37
19-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:04PM JST 03:42PM JST 0:38
18-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:09PM JST 03:46PM JST 0:37
17-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:15PM JST 03:53PM JST 0:38
16-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 04:10PM JST 04:46PM JST 0:36
15-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:05PM JST 03:43PM JST 0:38
14-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:06PM JST 03:45PM JST 0:39
13-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:06PM JST 03:45PM JST 0:39
12-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:04PM JST 03:42PM JST 0:38
11-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:06PM JST 03:44PM JST 0:38
10-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:02PM JST 03:40PM JST 0:38
09-Jul-2018 A320Tokyo Int'l (Haneda) ()Noto () 03:21PM JST 04:00PM JST 0:39
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