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Love those "Flying Boxcars" complete with the engine oil stained boom and vertical fin! Merci, Pierre!
"Hundo"

Written on 07/20/2019 by C.W. Reed

Nice Tim!

Written on 07/20/2019 by John Carpenter

Nice!

Written on 07/20/2019 by Donn Avers

Beautiful

Written on 07/20/2019 by ma056769

Awesome!

Written on 07/20/2019 by BigAlOutWest

Superbes couleurs

Written on 07/20/2019 by Bernard Geffroy

Lindo d++++++++++++

Written on 07/20/2019 by Anabela Simões

-----que bom............lindo

Written on 07/20/2019 by Anabela Simões

The tail number of the aircraft pictured is "N775JB" not "N755JB".

Written on 07/20/2019 by wxchase

Love the dead fish skeleton on the rear.

Written on 07/20/2019 by Geoff Arkley

Effect Prandtl-Glauert.

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alexey Glybin

there you go

Written on 07/20/2019 by Nyles Rogers

No, as mentioned in my caption, this is a now Hairless Joe. Yes, this Douglas DC-3 is owned by the Yankee Air Museum but used to be known as Yankee Doodle Dandy.

Written on 07/20/2019 by Ed Jones

No, as mentioned in my caption, this is a now Hairless Joe. Yes, this Douglas DC-3 is owned by the Yankee Air Museum but used to be known as Yankee Doodle Dandy.

Written on 07/20/2019 by Ed Jones

Never in a million years did we think we ever see it here either Alan! They only send ABB but I shoot it every chance I get!

Written on 07/20/2019 by Mark Thomas

Hawaiian Airlines operated them through the 1970's also! Cheers!
"Hundo"

Written on 07/20/2019 by C.W. Reed

Nice one

Written on 07/20/2019 by Kofi Wontumi

probablement une nouvelle ligne pour air belgium brussel sud Kinshasa!!!?

Written on 07/20/2019 by FRANCOIS BETTE

Awesome catch!

Written on 07/20/2019 by Doug Zalud

Probably the nicest DC-3 I ever saw besides the WW2 models, definitely better than those at Buffalo Airways out of YellowKnife

Written on 07/20/2019 by patrick olsen

très belle photos merci

Written on 07/20/2019 by FRANCOIS BETTE

The B-777 ... biggest engines flying!

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

Nice livery! We don't get to see them Downunder in Australia.

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

Such a svelte-looking aircraft (compared to the ATR-72 for instance).

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

The Caravan ... another Cessna success story (as if they needed another one!)

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

More "heavy paint" in deference to the NZ All Blacks Rugby Union team.

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

Aaaah the Viscount! Did sterling service Downunder in Oz. As did the DC-4/6.

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

I’ve always wondered how those Lake amphibians get their thrust/CG balance right with the engine stuck up so high like that. Cute but!

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

Fantastic photo. It's the first time I see an aircraft releasing the canopy with the rockets lit up.
Congratulations , a very unique picture.

Written on 07/20/2019 by Patricio Bravo

I dunno. Somehow the DC3 doesn't look right with turboprops, a fuselage extension and re-profiled wings!

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

Why oh why did Boeing scrap the superb 757 instead of developing it over the ageing 737???

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

Such huge engines!

Written on 07/20/2019 by Alan Hume

C-FRGA. Canadair CT-133 “Mako Shark” Silver Star III.

Written on 07/20/2019 by jesse kyzer

Thank you Jesse

Written on 07/20/2019 by Philippe-Joseph Salazar

Is that door at the front cockpit area stock?

Written on 07/20/2019 by john cook

Used to fly out to the villages on Kodiak Island in Island Air's several Islanders. Not even the island's notorious weather seem to keep them grounded.

Written on 07/19/2019 by Ned Griffin

Both the United Viscount and the American DC-6 used to fly into Rochester Airport while I was an undergraduate at the university there in the mid-60s. Eventually, United transitioned to the 727, but American hung on to the DC-6 awhile longer. I also recall flying into Buffalo from Boston on an American 707 in a serious snowstorm. Quite an eventful trip!

Written on 07/19/2019 by Ned Griffin

Just missing the stripe on the tail

Written on 07/19/2019 by BRETT JACOB

wooaaaahhhh gg mate

Written on 07/19/2019 by Mathéo BASSETTE

The FAA registration is unequivocal... :-)

https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=245AS

Written on 07/19/2019 by cliff731

Gary... the panel van service vehicle parked on the ramp beside this photo of your TWA B707 looks much like an early 1960's GMC... :-)

Written on 07/19/2019 by cliff731

My goodness. What a beautiful bird.

Written on 07/19/2019 by Greg Moore

Very nice photo Chris.

Freddie Laker used to be on the Norwegian airplane with the registration G-CKNZ.

Written on 07/19/2019 by Tony Erni

I can hardly keep my eyes off that beautiful 'ol gal... Thank you everyone for the beautiful restore.

Written on 07/19/2019 by rbt schaffer

Gary... *F*I*V*E* stars for the photo capture and your comments!!! :-)

Written on 07/19/2019 by cliff731

Encore une erreur de FlightAware Pas Cessna 206 cet avion est un Van'S RV-6A

Written on 07/19/2019 by andré belleau

Wow! What was going on there that a Victor would show up?

Written on 07/19/2019 by Habujet

First time I flew in one of those I was over the wing, and when the reverse thrusters opened I thought the engines were flying off the wing! LOL! We still have lots of 200s up here in Canada - due to the gravel kits. These old birds can fly into just about any airport. Great aircraft.

Written on 07/19/2019 by frank theriault

Love WestJet! That's a really good shot. Thank you for posting.

Written on 07/19/2019 by frank theriault

LOL! My first flight (early 60s) was in a TCA Viscount as well. YUL to YHZ. I also remember YUL (we just called it Dorval then, before it was Trudeau) having an observation deck. Flying was exciting back then, a big huge deal. Great photo, BTW!

Written on 07/19/2019 by frank theriault

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