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Aerodynamics 407, subject for the day is "Wave Propagation"

Written on 29.07.2021 by skylab72

Nice Shot Gunnar!

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

N708S like many other older aircraft has an interesting ownership history. Luxair toke delivery of the aircraft new in August 1995 as LX-LGR. The aircraft would be acquired by British Airways in May 2000 and reregistered to G-GFFE. AerSale Inc would put the aircraft up for sale in December 2013 and reregistered to N541AS with Sierra Pacific Airlines buying the aircraft in August 2014 and reregistered to N708S in November 2015.

Written on 29.07.2021 by Dwight Hartje

Thank you

Written on 29.07.2021 by Manfred Betz

This is one of two Fokker F-27 turboprops, in service with US Army Golden Knights from 1985 till 2019!! one is "back"home and will be in service with VNCE, Dutch Flying cultural heritage at Lelystad.

Written on 29.07.2021 by Hans van der Graaf

Thanks, ACFTTECG8, and I'm glad to return to the skies!

Written on 29.07.2021 by Dwight Hartje

It sounds like a swarm of very angry hornets.

Written on 29.07.2021 by bbabis

Nice airplane, but N185FF is a Cessna 185.

Written on 29.07.2021 by Myers Aviation

Thanks

Written on 29.07.2021 by Brian Buckley

Excellent photo from the past.
I remember inspecting the loading of a Swissair DC-8 early mornings in TLV tarmac back in 1979.
Cheers,
Ike

Written on 29.07.2021 by Ike Harel

Very nice!

Written on 29.07.2021 by Tom Heaverlo

Branson's personal ride?

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

Spectacular!

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

That's a cool shot!

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

Beautiful!

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

Spectacular catch

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

I’m one of the flight crews of this flight. Great pictures Brian!

Written on 29.07.2021 by Chuyi Chuang

Those bent props, wow!

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

Dang that's gorgeous!

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

Nice Shot Todd!

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

Saw this bird pass through IND on the way up to OSH> Unfortunately, I could not get close enough to get a good shot. Thanks for posting! Beautiful aircraft!

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

Beautiful. Nice shot Manfred!

Written on 29.07.2021 by John Giambone

WoW! Beauty Shot!

Written on 29.07.2021 by Diana Rose

Show me a 500 mile range and a two hour recharge and I'll think about being interested.

Written on 29.07.2021 by Paul Wisgerhof

Nice * * * * *

Written on 29.07.2021 by warmwynds

Photo was taken in 2016 at the Flugtag in Speyer / Germany

Written on 29.07.2021 by Manfred Betz

What is that?!

Written on 29.07.2021 by Dennis Klaassens

That's a nice shot of a North American T-28B, Trojan, Michael! You might want to change the Aircraft Type code to: T28. That's the ICAO code for a Trojan.

Written on 28.07.2021 by Greg Byington

looking for this aircraft, anybody? please

Written on 28.07.2021 by bob reid

Well....He walked away from it !

Written on 28.07.2021 by James Wisely

Great perspective. I was in Boeing Plaza in 2019 when UPS took a new (at that time) 747-8 to KOSH. Walking up behind and under and around that AC is an amzazing experience.

Written on 28.07.2021 by Tom Glass

I think you should contact the owner of the photo, as this was taken from a video on YouTube.

Written on 28.07.2021 by Mark Krawiec

Now there is a shot you don't get to get every day. Nice job Franz!

Written on 28.07.2021 by John Giambone

For those of you wondering, Muhammad Ali International [KSDF] is the Louisville, KY airport and the main U.S. hub of UPS.

Written on 28.07.2021 by Paul Wisgerhof

Badass...

Written on 28.07.2021 by godutch

Beautiful Shot King!

Written on 28.07.2021 by John Giambone

Nice shot!

Written on 28.07.2021 by wavebuff

Beautiful Shot Ryan! Well Done!

Written on 28.07.2021 by John Giambone

and she's a B-model

Written on 28.07.2021 by Charlie Roberts

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Written on 28.07.2021 by warmwynds

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Written on 28.07.2021 by warmwynds

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Written on 28.07.2021 by warmwynds

nice shot

Written on 28.07.2021 by Bonface Muasya

The tail number of this aircraft is clearly N32B and is NOT N32PB.

Written on 28.07.2021 by 10and250

The tail number of this aircraft is clearly N32B and is NOT N32PB.

Written on 28.07.2021 by 10and250

Thomas, as Guy Vincent pointed out, it's a Boeing/Jones Model 75 Stearman.

Written on 28.07.2021 by James Wisely

Wow, that thing needs a repaint, and a refund on the existing one. Must fly through hail storms a lot.

Written on 27.07.2021 by John Giambone

Yes! Less than a month old.

Written on 27.07.2021 by Chris Leipelt

Not at all. The MU-2 had a high wing. and if someone told me that was a recycled Mooney design with a T-tail I would likely buy it. (The story, can't afford the plane... :{ )

Written on 27.07.2021 by skylab72

Pilot be lookin at me haha

Written on 27.07.2021 by Jaecob Branom

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