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Boeing 757-200 (N612AA)


KRNO - American Airlines 757 on the ramp and sharing space with 2 twin commuters on a nice summer day in Reno. This 757-2 is long gone, scrapped in Roswell in 2014. cn: 24488 ln: 240. photo date apprx Aug 1999.


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Leon Kay
Thank you for a nice photo and interesting accompanying comment.
Tom VancePhoto Uploader
Thanks Leon! I appreciate...I'm trying to keep up to Gary Schenauer standards..
patrick baker
i believe that if boeing offered to ressurect the 757, reopen the assembly lines, many hundreds of neo757's would be purchased and flown. There is of course the airbus 321-ultra long range airliner that would compete directly here. Nostalgia is sometimes unusefull....
Bror Monberg
Enjoy the setting...beautiful natural green backdrop highlighting the elegant shape of the 757...nice pic!
Jeremy Young
Love the old SkyWest Metroliner in the foreground there, along with a new retired SkyWest Embraer EMB-120ER Brasília behind that. 3 of my favorite aircraft.
Tom VancePhoto Uploader
Thank you for all of the comments everyone! TV.
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