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John.......

Beautiful pic & scene in an Indiana Sky

Written on 09/24/2021 by ken kemper

Ed

another awesome pic ......!!

Written on 09/24/2021 by ken kemper

Here's how these aircraft are used daily in Papua New Guinea.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt0m3zjCj_oC6d-kUkk6zmw

Written on 09/24/2021 by Jim Smirh

He's not waving his hands are on the throttles where they are suppose to be :-)

Written on 09/24/2021 by Don Anklin

The modern avionics, the large windows and the weight and balance performance are awesome. As for the long run safety performance , is to be seen in the future. The two top engines are very close to each other .

Written on 09/24/2021 by Yassine Cherfouni

As a young boy I remember seeing a number of these things near Southend-on-Sea in England at an airport where cars were loaded for trips across the English Channel to France decades before the Chunnel trains and auto passage. I think it was probably around 1963-64.

Written on 09/24/2021 by Jim Quinn

They're even good looking with ruffled tail feathers and dirty floats

Written on 09/24/2021 by dleboe

It looks like the Grand Caravan

Written on 09/24/2021 by Adam zeliger

Very pretty

Written on 09/24/2021 by fholbert

I got bumped up to the top on a JAL 747 flight from ORD to Tokyo. The upper deck is very spacious and has a very different feel from "down below." Probably the most enjoyable flight of my life.

Written on 09/24/2021 by Mark Albrecht

junk floats comparedto EDO's

Written on 09/24/2021 by cougardad

NICE paint job, reminds me of Red's N1423.

Written on 09/24/2021 by cougardad

Nice one. Not too far from my house!

Written on 09/24/2021 by William Owens

Did not know they flew these. According to Wikipedia, at one time they had 33 in service from 1973 to 1985.

Written on 09/24/2021 by dingo65

Stealth!

Written on 09/24/2021 by William Owens

Looks like it just came off the showroom floor

Written on 09/24/2021 by William Owens

That is a perfect shot! The cowboy piloting this bird is waving!

Written on 09/24/2021 by William Owens

Just a most excellent shot.

Written on 09/24/2021 by Sidney Smith

Nice shot Tomas' - Thanks for the memory!

Written on 09/24/2021 by John Giambone

You caught it at the perfect point in its turn... Great shot!

Written on 09/24/2021 by Mark Henley

Thank electroman00. According to Google this aircraft was scrapped back in Dec 1990. Interesting looking aircraft though. It does look like a photoshoped image of a 747 and a C-119.

Written on 09/24/2021 by glafleche

Pretty sharp old film image with interesting background.

Written on 09/24/2021 by Diana Rose

Great old photo!

Written on 09/24/2021 by Alan Brown

Beautiful Tom......

Perfect Shot

Written on 09/24/2021 by ken kemper

Ed...

You have a winner as a Photo

5 Stars !!

Written on 09/24/2021 by ken kemper

Awesome Pic Arnold...........

My favorite of this week.

Written on 09/24/2021 by ken kemper

Awesome Pic Arnold...........

My favorite of this week.

Written on 09/24/2021 by ken kemper

...it's a 'WTF-22'....

Written on 09/24/2021 by Dave Mathes

....awww...great photo, kudos!

Written on 09/24/2021 by Dave Mathes

Great shot of a beautiful airplane

Written on 09/24/2021 by bob reeves

This is what happens when you put Aviation DNA in a blender and push Margarita!


Notice anything...
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/VHIPB


Google VH-IPB

Written on 09/24/2021 by electroman00

So you told the world you wanted a four engined C-119 with a drive-thru cargo bay. This is what you got. Built in the U.K.

Written on 09/24/2021 by Paul Wisgerhof

Thanks John! Nice to see these old birds still flying!

Written on 09/24/2021 by Darryl Sarno

Looks like a PhotoShop job.

Written on 09/24/2021 by Don Hines

I wonder where this old bird started life, United, Delta or some other airline

Written on 09/24/2021 by Ken Hardy

"But what has happened to the Hornet wingman's canopy???"

Cut and Paste overlay!

AKA not a real pic...

Written on 09/24/2021 by electroman00

Gorgeous!

Written on 09/24/2021 by frank theriault

Lovely shot!

Written on 09/24/2021 by frank theriault

Fantastic organization!!!!

Written on 09/24/2021 by Scott Alan

Extra cool old photo. Great capture with the Cessna and DC3 in the background.

Written on 09/24/2021 by Tom Glass

What a beauty! She'll always be the Queen of the Skies. I am thrilled that these are still so well used as freighters now.

Written on 09/24/2021 by frank theriault

More than any other aircraft, the Beaver opened Canada's North. Great shot!

Written on 09/24/2021 by frank theriault

Now THAT'S cool!

Written on 09/24/2021 by frank theriault

...I had to smile, good idea!

Written on 09/24/2021 by Eberhard Hoberg

I have never seen one of these before and I'm not familiar with it. It sure is an interesting looking aircraft.I looks like a chopped off 747 attached to part of a C-119. I like it.

Written on 09/24/2021 by Jimmy Robinson

The effect of a bright white A350 on a dark grey sky and similar ground is quite striking. Good shot!

Written on 09/24/2021 by Tim Segulin

B744, not B742!

Written on 09/24/2021 by Colin Seftel

That's a Cessna TU206. "TU-20" was an old NATO designation for the Soviet Tupolev TU-95, code name "Bear".

Written on 09/24/2021 by Colin Seftel

and still flying

Written on 09/24/2021 by garritt

love it

Written on 09/24/2021 by garritt

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