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So it has little dermatology issues and with zero prop-wash this 74-year-old Cessna is flying in place just nicely.

Written on 07/15/2020 by warmwynds

Regards this pic.Just worked out when an aircraft departs this runway A.M there is about a 1 second flash when it flies over the Alexandra Canal.the canal is about 30-40mtrs wide.Eastern sun overhead.
Just saw it last couple of days from the same photo location.:)

Written on 07/15/2020 by mike prendergast

Nice shot Gary. The thing that hits me is how little trailing edge T/O wing flap he has selected. But that is logical, considering your surrounding high terrain and also coupled with having a long runway available.

Written on 07/15/2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

Another nice memory Gavin-my first flight was from Melb to D'port an an Ansett F27 in 1970.

Written on 07/15/2020 by mike prendergast

This was at an airshow at Alliance Airport in Ft. Worth many years ago. The 757 was one of the static aircraft that was on display.

Written on 07/15/2020 by Phillip Branch

very nice Mark!!

Written on 07/15/2020 by Uwe Zinke

Thank you Darryl, Sandi and John. Seems as if the other big bird is going to go the same way and after nowhere near the service years of the queen.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Very nice shot and a stroke of luck again, to boot.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

My pleasure Darryl, glad folks appreciate the pics.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great picture. According to the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register it's a Beech 3NM which was the designation given in RCAF service. It is a Beech D18S so all that's needed is the type to be corrected to BE18 and the Cheyenne will go.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Gary - yeah, it's annoying that Fairchild Hiller is the only option as there's a very large number of genuine Fokker photos on FA all incorrectly labelled.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Chris.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thank you Darryl and Gary.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Gary - if only I'd known what an SLR was!

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thank you both and Gary, I reckon there may have been a pic of that Connie posted in the last couple of weeks.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Richard.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great photo.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Now that's different - nicely done.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great photos John - always something special about the 747 though.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Very nice pic Ken and only a moment or two to make it happen.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Super pics Richard. Looked at this pic and thought probably x-wind then read your story. Would have been something to see that long on one gear.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great pics Brian.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Agree with Richard, and then you have the advantage of that background to compliment your photog skills.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great pic - as always.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Cool shot.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gavin Hughes

noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Written on 07/14/2020 by Ariel Outeda

jajjajajaja

Written on 07/14/2020 by Ariel Outeda

whats that plane used for?

Written on 07/14/2020 by elijah hunter

Thanks

Written on 07/14/2020 by Brian Buckley

Nice specs.. love it.. I'm a Horton, has to be good.. lol

Written on 07/14/2020 by ADXbear

All great images, I like this view/angle!

Written on 07/14/2020 by rwb2112

Nice catch.

Written on 07/14/2020 by rwb2112

Nice shots!!

Written on 07/14/2020 by rwb2112

Beautiful image!

Written on 07/14/2020 by rwb2112

Thanks Gary, the G-V and the G550 are my favorites.

Written on 07/14/2020 by rwb2112

Thanks a bunch Gary, with the crosswind and touching down further down the runway, one can get a healthy dose of those smoked Goodyears ;)

Written on 07/14/2020 by rwb2112

Thanks Gary!

Written on 07/14/2020 by rwb2112

For real?? A Mickey D's dining area?? Awesome!! Seeing this snap reminds of the Lockheed Constellation that was a restaurant up in Toronto. That one isn't there anymore. It was purchased (by Bob Bogash, I believe), dissassembled, trucked over the border to NY state, refurbished, trucked across country to the Museum of Flight in Washington State, reconstructed, and is now on display. I think it is wearing TCA paint now but not sure.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Congrats on the capture AND on the fine quality of the click.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Three Queens. PRIMO pic! 5 x 3 = 15 *

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gary Schenauer

From '74? Excellent Q photo. And I never have understood why "Fairchild Hiller" appears when "F27" is entered. Fairchild built the FH-227 under license from Fokker, not the other way around. So when F27 is entered, Fokker should appear.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks,Ken.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Dan Pendleton

"Phos-chek"

Written on 07/14/2020 by John Muir

OR ... as the sun severs the starboard wing. Either way, *****+!

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Unique view. TY for sharing this scene.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Alien ... Thanx, Tom. (Wave) Jim and Robert ... One of the reasons I like either posting my old photos of, or getting captures of, the first era of jetliners or even the old propliners is because it is great when folks reminisce about their experiences as pilots or as passengers just as both of you and Diana did here. My sincere Thanks to all three of you for sharing your remembrances.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gary Schenauer

It was light out but the sun was behind some morning haze clouds east of the airport so there was no direct morning sunlight. As the hazey clouds burned off, the light became more brilliant but by then the golden hour had passed.

Written on 07/14/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Translation please

Written on 07/14/2020 by Marty Nemes

Awesome photo Jake from my home town of Cincy.................

Written on 07/14/2020 by ken kemper

Great shot. Five stars!

Written on 07/14/2020 by John S Jones

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