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On the ramp at Millard

Written on 02/01/2023 by Bob Dyer

Memorable trip to the highest airport in North America

Written on 02/01/2023 by Bob Dyer

Angry Arse shoots flying bum LOL. Thanks AA!

Written on 02/01/2023 by Dave Sheehy

Thanks Ken for your comments.
The sunset sky at Narita International Airport is very beautiful with a reddish tint.

Written on 02/01/2023 by Yoshihiro Oshita

This looks blurry, it isn't. It's the angle of the formation from my viewpoint at the airshow. It takes eyes a second to see that it's not blurry. I thought it was kind of neat.

Written on 02/01/2023 by Robert Sessler

Nice shot!

Written on 02/01/2023 by Stanley McKenzie

Couldn't be more fitting of a pic on the day after they roll the last 747 off the line in Everett; such an iconic bird! Thanks for posting...

Written on 02/01/2023 by HossTrack

What a Sky !!

Written on 02/01/2023 by ken kemper

Photo of #POL73 taken at Melba Flats Rosebery TAS

Written on 02/01/2023 by Courtney Scherger

Makes me wonder if the person(s) most involved in development of the idea (at least in part) from observing dragonflies.

Written on 02/01/2023 by Linda Nitzschke

Wow! Cesna 150s have evolved significantly since I flew them 50 or so years ago!

Written on 02/01/2023 by Hugh Kelso

Response 4 years later?

Written on 01/31/2023 by parkerlawncare


Written on 01/31/2023 by parkerlawncare


Written on 01/31/2023 by parkerlawncare

Great Caption

Written on 01/31/2023 by parkerlawncare

Live Tuesday!!

Written on 01/31/2023 by parkerlawncare

Love domestic heavies, thanks john

Written on 01/31/2023 by parkerlawncare

Striking capture! Love how the light highlights those colors.

Written on 01/31/2023 by Stanley McKenzie

Owen, this is new scheduled service that started in early December. MSC has made IND their "Hub" for their one aircraft. MSC is slated to grow to four Atlas owned & operated B-777F's by June/July. We should start seeing them here even more often. So far their so called "schedule" has been very erratic. I am not sure who their primary customer is here at IND. Could be anyone.

Written on 01/31/2023 by John Giambone

Great Shot Daniel!

Written on 01/31/2023 by John Giambone

See more pictures at

Written on 01/31/2023 by Daron Cristy

Awesome Photo here Helio !!

Written on 01/31/2023 by ken kemper

Witchcraft all alone. Missing her buddy Nine O Nine

Written on 01/31/2023 by befreefilm

Classic DC-3 pose!

Written on 01/31/2023 by Tom Glass

Thanks Rich. Always nice to hear from you !

Written on 01/31/2023 by JM32

This is quite nice. For us common folks wish it arrived in daylight!

Written on 01/31/2023 by Rich Barnett

Last seen on line 4 years ago. Paul submitted this 11 years ago and has made an error on this pic but by now has flown the coup.

Written on 01/31/2023 by warmwynds

You might want to correct the info that is a Gulfstream

Written on 01/30/2023 by Mason Billy

Much appreciated, mate!

Written on 01/30/2023 by Stanley McKenzie

Thanks, John! Yeah, that was cool to get the first shot in the database!

Written on 01/30/2023 by Stanley McKenzie

Paul, this Falcon is owned and operated by Raytheon and actually Raytheon OWNS Pratt and Whitney so Dassault is installing Raytheon/PWC engines on their aircraft...they have a lot to do with each other.

Written on 01/30/2023 by Dave Sheehy

Nice Falcon shot Sam! 5*

Written on 01/30/2023 by Dave Sheehy

Nice shot STan. First shot of this reg # on the data-base - !

Written on 01/30/2023 by John Giambone

Nice shot Stan!

Written on 01/30/2023 by John Giambone

Sounds fun!

Written on 01/30/2023 by Greg Byington

Very cool, Gary!

Written on 01/30/2023 by Greg Byington


Written on 01/30/2023 by hal pushpak

Keith Brown. Coulson's first C-130 was a mylar wrap, I can't say for sure this one is also, I assume it is. From my experience, Coulson does take good care of their Herc's.

Written on 01/30/2023 by firewatch209

Darth Vader would love it.

Written on 01/30/2023 by terry kelsey

Pretty AC.

Written on 01/30/2023 by Tom Glass

Dassault has nothing to do with Raytheon.

Written on 01/30/2023 by Paul Wisgerhof

Nothing like kissing a calm body of water...

Written on 01/30/2023 by Donna Yost

N95VE with temporary registration: N600G

Written on 01/29/2023 by arthur683

John Innes, yes. The IAB ramp. The IAB building is still there.

Written on 01/29/2023 by John Giambone

Parabéns pela foto atualizando a historia da aviação .

Written on 01/29/2023 by Jose Flavio DE SOUZA

Roll Freedom One

Written on 01/29/2023 by James Simms

FL470 Mach 0.90

Written on 01/29/2023 by arthur683

That's me - fleeing the scene

Written on 01/29/2023 by arthur683

Beautiful photo, very hard to capture since the moon is only 30' 24" in diameter. Based on the date, the moon's angular size and the length of the A-320 (123.25'), it's altitude at FL 330,the photo seems to have been taken at 08:25 a.m., local time KIND, on January 20th 2022. Distance from the camera to the A-320 was 21.8 statute miles or 18.9 nautical miles.

Written on 01/29/2023 by pelican006

No, she is no longer ‘active’, but she is far from being forgotten. I flew/instructed on the 747 (the ‘Classic’ and the -400) for almost 10 years, and I can attest she rightfully earned the title, “Queen of the skies.” The photos are a much appreciated remembrance and tribute to her reigning legacy! Thanks for sharing John!

Written on 01/29/2023 by Craig Ehler


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