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Thanks Leland and Katherine!

Written on 17.04.2018 by mike prendergast

This is the most recently-posted photo of the SW B737-7xx that just made an emergency landing in Philadelphia after the portside engine failed during a flight to Dallas. Tragically, first reports indicate that one passenger was fatally injured when shrapnel-like parts from the engine came thru a cabin window. Early news reports indicate there were other passengers injured. All the best prayers to all passengers; especially those who were injured ... and deepest condolences to the family of the passenger who was fatally injured.

Written on 17.04.2018 by Gary Schenauer

Excellent photograph!!
I've just added the Mexican Mountain Airstrip, Utah to my Airports To Visit in my J230, so to take in the beauty, and then leave with the beautiful memory!

Written on 17.04.2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Nice shot, Gary!

Written on 17.04.2018 by Greg Byington

Yes marylou.Have a nice day.

Written on 17.04.2018 by michel charron

Click on the link below to read the FlightAware squawk regarding a CBS News 60 Minutes segment about Allegiant. It aired last Sunday evening (14 April 2018); exactly two weeks after the AAY Mad Dog seen above was WFU.
As the old saying goes, a picture is worth 1000 words ...

https://flightaware.com/squawks/view/1/24_hours/popular/67003/Allegiant_Air_The_budget_airline_flying_under_the_radar

Written on 17.04.2018 by Gary Schenauer

nice pic of Frontier's first a320neo! :-)

Written on 17.04.2018 by Caden Bell

nice pic!

fun fact about N410nv it is 25 years old! :-)

Written on 17.04.2018 by Caden Bell

Does size matter? no, it's all in how you fly it.

Written on 17.04.2018 by Loren Wood

Beautiful shot! Nice to see an F22 instead of an F35!

Written on 17.04.2018 by Eric Merillat

Looks like a A380 to me!

Written on 17.04.2018 by Brian Wilkes

1942 and a regular flyer at Ft. Worth, Texas.

https://www.facebook.com/Greatest-Generation-Aircraft-182241821796002/

Written on 17.04.2018 by 96flstc

Thank you Tony! Fortunate that the DFW area in winter gives clear skies, but summer will be tough with all the heat waves that will make any distance photos tough

Written on 16.04.2018 by Garrett Heller

Very interesting Yves and it's nice to see that they are still repairing and flying those old planes. Around here in South Florida they still use several DC-3s and the oldest one I have seen was one from 1944 https://flightaware.com/photos/view/9225676-a2aa850a02e8b266b3cc41600a03c7c271202080/user/ernivega/sort/views/page/2

Très intéressant Yves et c’est agréable de voir, qu’ils réparent et volent des avions de cette âge. Ici dans le Sud de la Floride il y a quelques DC-3 toujours en service et le plus vieux que j'ai vue et de l'année 1944.
https://flightaware.com/photos/view/9225676-a2aa850a02e8b266b3cc41600a03c7c271202080/user/ernivega/sort/views/page/2

Tony

Written on 16.04.2018 by Tony Erni

Great photo Yves and this plane looks great for a 62 years old plane.

Très belle photo Yves et cette avion paraît très bien pour un avion de 62 ans. http://www.regosearch.com/aircraft/ca/FTAP

Written on 16.04.2018 by Tony Erni

*F*I*V*E* stars, Gary... a truly exemplary photo capture!!! :-)

Written on 16.04.2018 by cliff731

Great photo Yves. Thank you for sharing it.

Très belle photo Yves et merci pour l'avoir partagé.

Written on 16.04.2018 by Tony Erni

Very nice Garett and we saw this same airplane this past Friday at the Miami airport. Unfortunately light was fading away and the photos didn't turn out as good as yours. Keep them coming.

Written on 16.04.2018 by Tony Erni

B789* also that photo is not yours

Written on 16.04.2018 by Cameron Stone

How to post a photo that isn't yours:
Step 1: Take a very highly rated photo off the internet of an A350-1000
Step 2: Only use the information visible in the photo to make a description
Step 3: Mess up on the very blatantly stated aircraft type and put A359 instead of A35K
Step 4: Press upload and you're all set! Enjoy those views!

Written on 16.04.2018 by Cameron Stone

The plant in Fort Worth is not the same where the F-16s are built, right?.

Written on 16.04.2018 by chalet

What a beaut!

Written on 16.04.2018 by Camryn Brown

This deserves more votes. Love it!

Written on 16.04.2018 by Camryn Brown

If you look very closely at the first and third birds, you can just make out the Rising Sun insignia on the fuselage.

Written on 16.04.2018 by Jay Fulton

WOW!!!

Written on 16.04.2018 by shrudini

Excellent foto, Mike!

Written on 16.04.2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

I have some more info on this bird with one of my shots of it on FA located here:
https://flightaware.com/photos/view/729112-169f1b806be32b830142f353d0a6045b7e9b5153/user/byingtongh/sort/votes/page/1

Written on 16.04.2018 by Greg Byington

Boeing 737-800 aircraft... Great shot!

Written on 16.04.2018 by Cade Emtage

Mr Cade Emtage
ありがとうございます = Thank you for comment!!

Written on 16.04.2018 by seabose

Who's "beautiful" plane is it? Since you knew where the expose button, on your camera is, I believe in my heart of hearts, you recognized what that big funny looking red thing's name was, asside from aie O plane....CTP
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Written on 16.04.2018 by Charles Peele

By the way, this photo is best viewed on FA's "full" setting too!!!

Written on 16.04.2018 by cliff731

@seaecaflyboy 188703

Written on 16.04.2018 by William Gilson

Wow!! Amazing catch! 5*

Written on 16.04.2018 by Cade Emtage

A most stunning and very dramatic exposure and photo capture!!!

*F*I*V*E* stars!!!

Written on 16.04.2018 by cliff731

The B-36 was built in Ft. Worth by Convair. It was originally designed to fly from the U.S. and bomb Berlin in the event that Britian fell during WW II. The jet engines were added later. It was "loveingly" known as 6 turning and 4 burning.

Written on 16.04.2018 by Alan Brown

All the P-2's have been retired replaced by BAE 146. All 7 are sitting on the ramp at KALM

Written on 16.04.2018 by nmav8r

Thanks!
This was taken on April 8th, 2018.

Written on 16.04.2018 by Ché Stuart

Great shot!!! When was this???

Written on 16.04.2018 by Cade Emtage

Mark let's hope that this year's hurricane season is on the quiet side. We sure were very lucky that Irma's eye moved to the west of us.

Thank you for the information Andrew.

Written on 16.04.2018 by Tony Erni

Great photo and you just answered my questions. It looks like we saw another Boeing Globemaster at the airport of Miami yesterday. Unfortunately it was a little too far away, but I have a few photos were you can see it in the background.

Written on 16.04.2018 by Tony Erni

B-36 Peacemaker.

Written on 16.04.2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

Hi Roland, it is going.

Written on 16.04.2018 by Tamas Pataki

I don't think there's any delta A359 plane registered as N560DN. It's from N501DN to N507DN

Written on 16.04.2018 by A F

This PHi helo has emergency flotation gear installed - and likely is used for crew change flights too and from offshore drilling rigs!

Written on 16.04.2018 by cliff731

marylou anderson - or perhaps the "patience" of a Photoshop user!!!

Written on 16.04.2018 by cliff731

May have the Vera name wrong but it is the Lancaster based at the Museum in Hamilton ON Canada

Written on 16.04.2018 by Brian Robillard

I may be wrong on the Vera name but it is the one based at the Museum in Hamilton ON Canada

Written on 16.04.2018 by Brian Robillard

Beautiful shot!

Written on 16.04.2018 by Ché Stuart

Nancy-Bird Walton, apparently this is the first A380 delivered to Qantas.

Written on 16.04.2018 by jblackst

Don't show this to the chemtrail crowd!

Written on 15.04.2018 by charlie lange

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