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Randy, what was your life like before FedEx?

Written on 27.09.2021 by Chris Croft

Superb! Such an excellent photo

Written on 27.09.2021 by Chris Croft

Old Hawk Eye pilots never die. They just end up flying Greyhounds

Written on 27.09.2021 by Chris Croft

Where you there?? I do not care if his feet were in sneakers or flip tops.. The picture of the plane is something to behold..Thank you!!

Written on 27.09.2021 by CLARENCE HELLER

How I miss this time. And the beautiful people we work together...

Written on 27.09.2021 by Tomás Del Coro

Elegida foto de la semana por el staff de FlightAware

Written on 27.09.2021 by Cavallino

Elegida foto de la semana por el staff de FlightAware

Written on 27.09.2021 by Cavallino

Elegida foto de la semana por el staff de FlightAware

Written on 27.09.2021 by Cavallino

Elegida foto de la semana por el staff de FlightAware

Written on 27.09.2021 by Cavallino

Elegida foto de la semana por el staff de FlightAware

Written on 27.09.2021 by Cavallino

I thought I read a comment on one of these once as 10,000 rivets flying in formation...

Written on 27.09.2021 by jahamley

This one was in my back yard. Thanks Bill!

Written on 27.09.2021 by Ken Lane

Really great photo! Where did you take this from?

Written on 27.09.2021 by Will B

Not Skylane it is Skyhawk

Written on 27.09.2021 by andré belleau

Cool shot with the Indy background. Grew up north of Indy and would watch and listen to ATC while aircraft landed and t/o while in high school. It's nice to see how much "Weir Cook" has grown.

Written on 27.09.2021 by Donna Yost

Thank you John!

Written on 27.09.2021 by Philip Bradshaw

Great photo!

Written on 27.09.2021 by Alan Brown

Another great shot Philip!

Written on 27.09.2021 by John Giambone

Beautiful Sot Philip!

Written on 27.09.2021 by John Giambone

Nice shot Adameee! Thanks for sharing!

Written on 27.09.2021 by John Giambone

210927 "C-GMXD" PC-12/47E Serial No.: 1267 Type Certificate - A201 Base of Operations: CYHU - Saint-Hubert, Quebec, CANADA Airmedic Inc.

Written on 26.09.2021 by Dominique Desilets

THREE Anatonovz this week 225 12 & 124 bonus!

Written on 26.09.2021 by skylab72

Soft-spot in my heart... CH-47B hauled me & my Huey out of the boonies more than once.

Written on 26.09.2021 by skylab72

H-13E indeed! I might have guessed F but I only saw them in school. Loved that rotor-head though! Simple, easy to maintain, aerodynamically effective, and then there is the distinct sound. When the history of helicopters is told the R-5 Hoverfly and this Bell bubble need to be the first two pictures. Please do not forget this is also the father of the UH-1 Huey...
My ride all over III & IV Corps in Viet Nam.

Written on 26.09.2021 by skylab72

Incredible view of aerodynamic design detail!

Written on 26.09.2021 by skylab72

The tail number would indicate delivery to the USN in 1944. There were more than 9999 aircraft delivered to the US military in 1944 (and 1943). Thus that number would indicate the 33,915th mil-acft delivery in 1944.

Written on 26.09.2021 by skylab72

@ masonite thank you

Written on 26.09.2021 by daniel jef

@ Vinny Barbin a awesome sight to see them all

Written on 26.09.2021 by daniel jef

@ Dan Chiasson its a wonderful sight to see

Written on 26.09.2021 by daniel jef

@ Ken Hardy i wont know.

Written on 26.09.2021 by daniel jef

@ Scott Alan yea they help us out after the passing of hurricane IRMA.

Written on 26.09.2021 by daniel jef

50106 in the background is my old plane. Nice to see it again !

Written on 26.09.2021 by jack kees

Nice shot, luv the double rainbow.

Written on 26.09.2021 by James Wisely

Always a classic! I never get tired of seeing the B-17.

Written on 25.09.2021 by Robin Rebhan

Me too! Great shot!!

Written on 25.09.2021 by Robin Rebhan

amazing

Written on 25.09.2021 by Aymen Tazout

Steve Askey, pilot is in stealth mode too.

>;-)

Written on 25.09.2021 by John Sukovich

When Stinson sold the type certificate to Piper in 1949, 325 airplanes of the 5,260 model 108s built by Stinson were complete but unsold. These 325 model 108s went to Piper as part of the sale. Piper then sold that inventory as the Piper-Stinson over the next few years. I wonder how many of the Stinson photos shown on FlightAware are really Piper-Stinsons. I'll bet, not many if any.

Written on 25.09.2021 by Gary Cobb

When Stinson sold the type certificate to Piper in 1949, 325 airplanes of the 5,260 model 108s built by Stinson were complete but unsold. These 325 model 108s went to Piper as part of the sale. Piper then sold that inventory as the Piper-Stinson over the next few years. I wonder how many of the Stinson photos shown on FlightAware are really Piper-Stinsons. I'll bet, not many if any.

Written on 25.09.2021 by Gary Cobb

When Stinson sold the type certificate to Piper in 1949, 325 airplanes of the 5,260 model 108s built by Stinson were complete but unsold. These 325 model 108s went to Piper as part of the sale. Piper then sold that inventory as the Piper-Stinson over the next few years. I wonder how many of the Stinson photos shown on FlightAware are really Piper-Stinsons. I'll bet, not many if any.

Written on 25.09.2021 by Gary Cobb

The one and only aeroplane in my opinion.

Written on 25.09.2021 by RAY LLOYD

Super Flugzeug !!!

Written on 25.09.2021 by Armin Broger

Excellent shot !

Written on 25.09.2021 by hubert peffer

Flew on Yankee Lady May 10, 2003 out of 7W5-Henry County, OH. Crawled aaaalllll the way back to the tail gunner position during what seemed like a too short flight!

Written on 24.09.2021 by Steven Miller

A great piece of history

Written on 24.09.2021 by William Owens

Lots of love and polishing here!

Written on 24.09.2021 by William Owens

747 Forever

Written on 24.09.2021 by William Owens

Wow!

Written on 24.09.2021 by William Owens

I fly same color plane: N4557S.

Written on 24.09.2021 by Gary Justus

The understated quiet drama of this photo is superb. Nicely done

Written on 24.09.2021 by DOUGLAS HOLT

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