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JAN:

Nicely done! * * * *

Written on 11/30/2020 by warmwynds

Looks like Maddie and Dad!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Michael Gower

@ Greg Byington thank you very much!

Written on 11/30/2020 by daniel jef

Gulfstream IV (GIV) = C-20F/G/H/J
C-20F opby US Army
C-20G opby USMC (aka Grey Ghost)
C-20H opby USAF (GIV-SP)
C-20J opby US Army (GIV-SP)

Gulfstream V (GV) = C-37A
opby all branches

Gulfstream G550 (GV-SP) = C-37B
opby all branches

06-0500 is a C-37B or G550

Written on 11/30/2020 by D.B. Warren

Acabou de passar sobre minha casa 30/11/2020 23h 10min

Written on 11/30/2020 by ClaytonJordao

What a clever shot. Perfect timing. This master-piece would be at home in a history or aviation museum.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Marcus McEwan

The DC-3 The Iconic work horse of the sky's , as the 747 -400 Queen of the skies .

Written on 11/30/2020 by Steven Richardson

The owner has to be proud of this aircraft. If I could have found the pilot (owner??), I would have paid for a brief flight.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Gary Schenauer

I've sometimes wondered if the management at SCX has ever considered painting one of its fleetbirds in the livery of the airline that many of the founders of Sun Country worked for (before they came together to launch Sun Country). It would be neat to see one of their B738s in Braniff International paint. Or perhaps they could paint one in SCX's retro livery (the original startup scheme) which looked quite a bit different from this.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Gary Schenauer

TYVM for sharing this click, Greg. I've been to many, many air museums but these ***** pics of yours is the first time I've ever seen one of these.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Nice

Written on 11/30/2020 by Luke Ayers

Nice

Written on 11/30/2020 by Luke Ayers

Now that's the way to fly, and IF I ever win the lottery that's going to be me ha ha ha.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Paul Miller

I wish I knew how you keep getting such great shots, Daniel! Keep it up!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Cool shot, Brian!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Another great shot, Kent!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Well done, Scott! I don't think AN-124s make it in to KPHX very often. Wish I could have been there. Oh, you might want to change the aircraft type to "A124" which is the ICAO code for the Antonov An-124 Ruslan. Keep up the great work!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Great catch, Ken!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Another nice catch, Tim!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Nicely done, Tim!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Nice one, Gary!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Very nice, Kent!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Gary, Tom, and a mentor, I believe Alekzander is a boy's name. Regardless, I agree his comments just don't make much sense. I'm also not 100% convinced that all of his photos are actually his photos. Plus, just a few days ago with one of his pics he states that he is an "ethnic Kazakh who lives in Canada." But a few months ago, in a comment to one of Jan J's photos, he says that he lives in Miami. So, I don't know. Is there a city named Miami in Canada? I suppose he could have moved, but it is all a little bizarre. In any case, I wouldn't lose any sleep over it. Keep up the good work, you guys!

Written on 11/30/2020 by Greg Byington

Wow! A Pietenpol Air Camper

Written on 11/30/2020 by Mark Hanneman

Unless you are a DC-3 "Nut" as are some of us, you may not know that all C-47's had an astrodome, which is a transparent (Plexiglas) dome intended primarily to permit taking celestial observations for navigation. (Also known as an astral dome or navigation dome).

The significant part of the pic is PAN AM
Juan Terry Trippe was an American commercial aviation pioneer, entrepreneur and the founder of Pan American World Airways, one of the iconic airlines of the 20th century.

Written on 11/30/2020 by a mentor

What was the occasion?

Written on 11/30/2020 by Marty Nemes

What a great shot! Love the subject, too - I have ten hours of aerobatic instruction in one of these. Was incredibly fun but also some of the most valuable instruction I ever had.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Joseph Immermann

I love this aircraft. Of course, I remember when the Rutan LongEZ came out and thought that was amazing, with low fuel consumption and high cruise speeds. Now, the Velocity is that much better and much more modernized with the electronics onboard.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Dan Anderson

Great shot of my favorite jet.

Written on 11/30/2020 by George General

Why is N424DS photoshopped onto pictures?

Written on 11/30/2020 by Hawk Moore

Great photo! Plane looks like something from a James Bond movie.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Alan Brown

Looks like some great examples just waiting on restoration! Thanks for the shots.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Tom Glass

Outstanding photo and composition.

Written on 11/30/2020 by Paul Wisgerhof

Oustanding shot!

Written on 11/29/2020 by Joseph Vulic

RIP

https://registry.faa.gov/N711GH

Location: Coalinga, CA
Accident Number: WPR20LA280
Date & Time: August 19, 2020, 09:45 Local
Registration: N711GH
Aircraft: Arrow-Falcon Exporters, Inc. UH1H
Injuries: 1 Fatal
Flight Conducted Under: Public aircraft

Written on 11/29/2020 by gretnabear

Another fine shot! Thanks for posting Chris!

Written on 11/29/2020 by Nate Rasband

Looks cozy!

Written on 11/29/2020 by Nate Rasband

Beautiful!

Written on 11/29/2020 by Nate Rasband

Hey! I've been there! Beautiful airport!

Written on 11/29/2020 by Nate Rasband

Investigation Docket - National Transportation Safety Board:
https://data.ntsb.gov/Docket

https://registry.faa.gov/N710NA

Location: Odessa, Texas
Accident Number: CEN20CA355
Date & Time: August 20, 2020, 09:50 Local
Registration: N710NA
Aircraft: Cessna 182
Aircraft Damage: Destroyed
Defining Event: Loss of control on ground
Injuries: 1 None
Flight Conducted Under: Part 91: General aviation - Personal

Written on 11/29/2020 by gretnabear

nvestigation Docket - National Transportation Safety Board:
https://data.ntsb.gov/Docket

Aerial Ads Inc

https://registry.faa.gov/N2158P

Location: Jacksonville, AR
Accident Number: CEN20CA303
Date & Time: 07/22/2020, 1800 CDT
Registration: N2158P
Aircraft: Stearman N2S 3
Aircraft Damage: Substantial
Defining Event: Fuel exhaustion
Injuries: 1 None
Flight Conducted Under: Part 91: General Aviation - Banner Tow

Written on 11/29/2020 by gretnabear

When I don't turn on the transponder when flying I can't record my flights. Only when I transition Class C or B airspace is a Mode C/S transponder required.
If he didn't have a transponder capable of encoding the data and not required to have such then it's not likely to show up.

Written on 11/29/2020 by two sheds

if you click on @Miss Alexandra's name, the photo comments are ususally off color and not aviation related. They should all be deleted by the FA admin IMO

Written on 11/29/2020 by a mentor

I love approach shots that give the pilot's perspective.

Written on 11/29/2020 by Michael Gower

Camera and shot conditionis:

Canon EOS 1DX-Mark Ⅲ、Lens;EF300mm 1:2.8 L IS USM,F/2.8,SS:1/100sec,
ISO:51200.exposure compensation:+0.3.

Written on 11/29/2020 by 太田 知明

Thank you very much for many kind words.

Written on 11/29/2020 by 太田 知明

Great Aircraft

Written on 11/29/2020 by Michael Knodl

beautiful photo

Written on 11/29/2020 by Brett Easton

Not 12 it is 124-100

Written on 11/29/2020 by andré belleau

If anybody’s in the market for a new Mooney, this one’s for sale at www.laffertyair.com

Written on 11/29/2020 by Chris Leipelt

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