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BTW, pictures 2 and 3 are from up at Burlington airport, VT, BRV. Great place to land and good custom access coming in from Canada which had done that day. Had a girlfriend up there. This bird spent a lot of time in FL to and flew to the Bahamas too. Good memories with this plane. Got my MEL Commercial Instrument in her plus my CFII MEL where my examiner even had me do a few rounds in a hold with simulated single engine. That wasn’t required but we did it anyway. She can do it very well. Those Hershey bar wings and that huge empennage make it an extremely stable and maneuverable plane. With the winning lottery ticket I would have one of these again!!!!!

Written on 29.09.2020 by dth1946

Some years ago this was my plane. Looks like someone is doing some training in it. Always good. This bird may be slow but she flies beautifully. The Stec a/p was great too. That picture is one I posted years ago when I flew into Nantucket airport, ACK, where I flew to often. The Apache 235 which has 235hp engines is actually configured on an Aztec fuselage and uses augmentors instead of conventional exhaust. Only about 115 of these were made and probably less than 50 still flying. It’s undercarriage is quite strong enabling grass field landings with no problem.
Miss you ol girl! Glad and thankful you still have owners to keep you in the air! David T. Holcomb
PS I didn’t stop flying as I went on to flying for a small coal company that owned a nice Aztec and a fabulous Cessna Golden Eagle 421B. What a pilot’s bird that was, complicated but a great performer. Blue skies all!!!

Written on 29.09.2020 by dth1946

Nice one John and did not realize this was the former ECO Skies livery. Thank you for sharing.

Written on 29.09.2020 by Darryl Sarno

Thank you John!

Written on 29.09.2020 by Darryl Sarno

Thanks John!

Written on 29.09.2020 by Darryl Sarno

Très beau...5 étoîles .

Written on 29.09.2020 by michel charron

Great looking and flying aircraft

Written on 29.09.2020 by Andrew Francis III

I still far prefer this livery to the cobalt blue. I wish they would go back, but they never asked me!

Written on 28.09.2020 by Mike Boote

What a gorgeous airplane this is! Thanks for the picture.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Michael Glumack

Wow! So cool!!!!

Written on 28.09.2020 by Eliza D

Awesome photo!!!

Written on 28.09.2020 by Eliza D

Thanks Gavin the lighting will be good for a few more weeks then boom will have to wait about 6 months for it to come back. The UPS ramp at DFW is about as close as you can get to the planes at Founders plaza.

Written on 28.09.2020 by robin guess

Plane is definitely inverted. Sun is above the plane and the ground is below!

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

That's one heck of a location. All good pics from there it seems and especially when the light plays the game.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

As I go down the thumbnails, it gets better and better.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Superb photo.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Cracker of a shot John.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Very, very nice. Love the Super King Air and how good is that light.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Super pic Sharif. Always heard about the perils of Wellington and here's evidence. Very late decision too.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Wholeheartedly agree with your sentiment and a gorgeous photo.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Gavin

Written on 28.09.2020 by Brian Buckley

Ah, just getting away from it all. Very nice photo.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

As always Daniel, great series of photos.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Nice pic Daniel. Conspiracy theory aircraft - dark matte finish, reg looking as if it stuck on and in the FAA register is not in current use (was on a Cessna 172).

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great shot.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Neat pic Ed. Yeah absolutely sick and tired of the PC BS and we may possibly be worse than the US. Still, if it gets you a good photo, so be it.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Well done on your night shots Brian, top stuff.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Gavin Hughes

oops, should be KLAX

Written on 28.09.2020 by King F Hui

Actually, I believe the image was inverted not the plane.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Diana Rose

@ Don Ridgeway thanks we hope so

Written on 28.09.2020 by daniel jef

Thank you. I think the last BA Queen departed Logan on March 28th 2019.

Written on 28.09.2020 by John Marotta

you don't miss a thing DD. Nice catch !

Written on 28.09.2020 by John Marotta

you don't miss a thing DD. Nice catch !

Written on 28.09.2020 by John Marotta

Nice profile pic of the Queen John! I always loved working these beautiful birds.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Darryl Sarno

Beautiful beast. I'll miss them.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Harald Heuser

Nice shot! It looks like the tail skid came close to touching.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Ken Barrett

Of course, Citabria is acrobatic spelled backwards (more or less). Spend a fair amount of time ringing one of these out.

Written on 28.09.2020 by James Driskell

Nice Travel Log shot

Written on 28.09.2020 by marylou anderson

Gorgeous

Written on 28.09.2020 by marylou anderson

Nice rear view---
if you can get it.

Written on 28.09.2020 by marylou anderson

WHOOSH is right
out! out! out!

Written on 28.09.2020 by marylou anderson

Thanks Gavin

Written on 28.09.2020 by Hensley Garcia

beautiful job and I am sure a fun flight.

Written on 28.09.2020 by dfuller

Great shot of a very good airplane.

Written on 28.09.2020 by dfuller

Flying is Freedom - Flying Inverted is Freedom squared.

Written on 28.09.2020 by J Nyquist

sehr schön

Written on 28.09.2020 by Fabian Dirscherl

Thanks Gavin! Always appreciate your kind words.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Darryl Sarno

Surreal!

Written on 28.09.2020 by Diana Rose

Yes, a very good photo.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Harry Ellett

It is a very good photo.

Written on 28.09.2020 by Harry Ellett

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