Boeing 727-100 (N311AG)
#N311AG a private B727-017(RE)(WL) (ln 858 / cn 20512) on final to Rwy 16R on 11.20.18. The aircraft was diverted to KPAE due to fog at KSEA.
BEAUTIFUL!!!! CLAPCLAPCLAPCLAPCLAPCLAPCLAPCLAPCLAPCLAPCLAPCLAPCLAP FIVE STARS
Chris, your enthusiasm is welcomed, but please try to stop with the all capital letters on most of your comments. It hurts my eyes ;)
Thanks for the standing ovation Chris!!
nice catch leland
Wow! Amazing shot!!!
Thanks Brian and Tyler. Just luck I was there to get fotos of it.
Thanks for the clap.
It looks brand new.
Sweet. One of my Favs. A 100 with dash 9's could climb at .86. Rocket ship.
Impressive indeed! Winglets too. Is that one of the old ships that NASA used to research winglets? Once when I was young I worked as an Electrical inspector at the Boeing plant at KRNT. I can still remember some of the wire bundle routing and ground locations.
One of the classics from the Boeing stable and a beautiful photo of the venerable B-727. So right for its times, altho the sight of winglets is a bit hard to take, but it just adds to the overall fluidity of its lovely lines. Aaaah! Leland you've made my day!
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