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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (N360FE)

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As a few flakes of snow begin falling from a dark cloud, Fed Ex's "Annibel" (N360FE) is off 34L and on the climb out of RNO.

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Gavin Hughes
5 star shot Gary and a bonus few for being in out in the weather - but isn't it worth it!
Tom Vance
Gavin is learning quick, Gman….once I hit "full view: I decided to give this -10 10 stars!
Dwight Hartje
Fabulous shot, Gary!
Matt Lacey
FedEx names its planes? I'd never heard of that. Kinda cool.
Dale Tabat
FedEx aircraft are named after the children of employees. Employees submit names and they are chosen at random. The plane keeps the name until it is repainted or retired. There is a ceremony and The child is given a picture of the aircraft and certificate.
ken kemper
Gary..........

Perfect photo .

Looks like a cold day.
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