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With that paint job, it has to be one of those racing Cessna 150's!

Written on 09/27/2022 by Steve Askey

John.........

A Beauty of a Photo.

You have a Winner

Written on 09/27/2022 by ken kemper

JetPhotos version:
https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/10716954

Written on 09/27/2022 by Dwight Hartje

This one is still in "demonstrator" livery.

Written on 09/27/2022 by Paul Wisgerhof

9H -- A Maltese Falcon

Written on 09/27/2022 by Paul Wisgerhof

Since "303" is the original Colorado area code, I wonder if the builder meant "303 cross country?"

Written on 09/27/2022 by Paul Wisgerhof

RE: Hank Moore: What needs to be fixed in the registration number? Poland uses an SP- plus three letter system. The letter O is used since they do not use the number 0.

Written on 09/27/2022 by Paul Wisgerhof

Refueling at KPSM before making the trans-Atlantic jump.

Written on 09/27/2022 by Paul Wisgerhof

Excellent shot! Most classic and beautiful design. Too bad President Trump changed the future order to make it look like a Trump plane.

Written on 09/27/2022 by Amir Begloei

Really cool shot, Thorsten

Written on 09/26/2022 by Lonnie Penner

Great catch Gary!

Written on 09/26/2022 by Darryl Sarno

Great catch!

Written on 09/26/2022 by Darryl Sarno

Great photo and information Gary!

Written on 09/26/2022 by Darryl Sarno

That is such a cool shot Gary! Great lineup and perspective!

Written on 09/26/2022 by Darryl Sarno

Fantastic shot Gary!

Written on 09/26/2022 by Darryl Sarno

Should be on a calendar Nicolas

Written on 09/26/2022 by ken kemper

Nice pic & gorgeous plane Andrew

Written on 09/26/2022 by ken kemper

Awesome shot Nicolas.....

Well Done

Written on 09/26/2022 by ken kemper

Amazing Picture

Written on 09/26/2022 by Walter LeBlanc

2005 800XP ;)

Written on 09/26/2022 by VeeNeal

Bazinga! a&P hours on those beasts were night-mareish. Every time the wheels were planted back on terra firma, you had a GROSS of spark plugs to replace! It was not only a two-stage turbo but a two-stage turbo with a turbo-compound. I thought the engine engineers must have been slaves in a dungeon somewhere trying to get back at their captors.

Written on 09/26/2022 by skylab72

Jess & Brian Long-range patrol missions often shut down one for max time on-station... and yeah that beautiful triple-tail made adverse yaw from even the off-engine being an outboard one a cake-walk.

Written on 09/26/2022 by skylab72

High Country hummingbird, sweet.

Written on 09/26/2022 by skylab72

Just an awesome image of a great history bird!!

Written on 09/26/2022 by sky cam

Sam, its just a shorter way to identify a 727-227.

Written on 09/26/2022 by Donna Yost

Totally underrated Photo Garrett

This should have been Photo of the Week.

Written on 09/26/2022 by ken kemper

Nice N-number?

Written on 09/26/2022 by Donna Yost

Great catch!

Written on 09/26/2022 by Larry Toler

Amazing backdrop with Mont-Saint-Michel.

Written on 09/26/2022 by Hawk Moore

Nice pic. Need to fix registration number to SP-FBO.

Written on 09/26/2022 by Hawk Moore

sehr schön!

Written on 09/26/2022 by Fabian Dirscherl

Just saw this airplane landing in KBUR 3 days ago roaring to a stop on runway 08 looking like it was years that have long been in the past.

Written on 09/25/2022 by Mike Wickboldt

N4KA is now registered as a 2008 Agusta-Westland A109S c/n 22063

Written on 09/25/2022 by Douglas Hoff

Safe travels across the Atlantic

Written on 09/25/2022 by dave wade

Great pic!!!

Written on 09/25/2022 by Brad McFann

Thank you for the kind comment Martin.

That must have been an awesome experience working on a Sea Fury. I grew up in Cincinnati... not far away was the Dayton Air Show.

Back in the 1980's the show opener sometimes was a RCAF F-101 Voodoo. What a superb opening act.

Glad I saw two F-104's at Oshkosh a dozen years ago. Beautiful and sleek

Written on 09/25/2022 by ken kemper

cool

Written on 09/25/2022 by Samved Sharma

Sweet Shot!!!

Written on 09/25/2022 by Northwest Photography

4-3350s awesome sound on takeoff!

Written on 09/24/2022 by themold

LOVE those Cherokees! Not so fast, but so easy and fun to fly.

Written on 09/24/2022 by themold

Can they find any more places to add additional wheels & tires?

Written on 09/24/2022 by themold

Ha! Veteran TWA pilot Bob Buck, in his autobiographical "North Star Over My Shoulder", stated that the two-stage superchargers on these engines were unreliable. They were frequently stuck cruising at the lower altitudes when one of them wouldn’t shift into “high gear”. The Constellation was sometimes called “The world’s best three-engine airliner”, averaging 2-3 engine failures per plane per year.

Written on 09/24/2022 by France Davis

She looks great for a 26 year old airframe.

Written on 09/24/2022 by Duramus

How did you manage to take a shot like that?

Written on 09/24/2022 by Brian Wilkes

It would be so nice if people could park the f-ing politics for 30 seconds and just appreciate the fantastic beauty of the aircraft.

Written on 09/24/2022 by David Plummer

Beautiful shot, Derek!

Written on 09/24/2022 by David Plummer

Gorgeous! With lines like this, even a plain white paint job looks great!

Written on 09/24/2022 by adelma

I flew in the C-121 as a Radioman for 2000 hours in 1959-1960. The EC-121 was used for Electronic Reconnaissance by the Navy and the Air Force; we flew passengers and freight on certain flights. We had a lot of time on three engines, but we never caged one to save fuel unless we were in trouble. We landed on Johnston Island with just two turning on the same side. One of those was barely pulling its own weight. VR-7. What a great airplane! Beautiful pic.

Written on 09/23/2022 by Gene Bell

Beautiful shot! No prop strikes with that landing gear!

I remember riding in the 'way back' seat of a Connie many years ago and looking forward to see how the floor (and ceiling) followed that wonderful fuselage contour.

Written on 09/23/2022 by adelma

Beautiful shot!!

What wings should really look like! Gorgeous airplane.

Written on 09/23/2022 by adelma

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