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Flaps up, wheels up - obviously a (very) low pass, and it's the C47 version of the DC3 (cargo doors clearly visible) also known (in the UK) as the Douglas Dakota. Nice photo - congrats!

Written on 06/27/2019 by Mark Harris

Perhaps nice shot Alvaro!

Written on 06/27/2019 by Andre Du-pont

brand new ride sweet

Written on 06/27/2019 by Andre Du-pont

Gravel lot at the end of 18L/18R.

Written on 06/27/2019 by zfwaviation

Taca. I didnt know they were still around. Brings back memories. Flew into Belize on Taca many years ago. Thanks for posting. Nice capture King

Written on 06/27/2019 by Lonnie Penner

Nice lighting and color. When i first saw the photo i thot Westjet added some red to their livery but i now see its the sun reflecting off the tail.

Written on 06/27/2019 by Lonnie Penner

What ya got here is a Temco T-35A Buckaroo.

Only a few of this aircraft were ever manufactured.

Enter "T35" for your "Aircraft Type" code designation in the Photo Tags field... :-)

Written on 06/26/2019 by cliff731

This beautiful aircraft is a rare Temco T-35A Buckaroo... :-)

Written on 06/26/2019 by cliff731

Gary - you are very welcome and thanks for the good words!!! I will be patiently waiting in anticipation of those air-to-air photos from your OV-10 Bronco ride! Congrats to You x100!!! :-)

Written on 06/26/2019 by cliff731

Signature PDK - the a/c in the photo is a Learjet 31. The current FAA civil registration of N31MW is held by a 2017 Embraer EMB 550, which was issued on 26 October 2017. The Learjet 31 photo was submitted 10 years ago.

Written on 06/26/2019 by cliff731

Howdy, Cliff >> TY for mentioning its Flight Log cities. I had not thought to check it. Sure nuff has been from sea to shining sea. (Smile) Also, BIG NEWS!! I was just offered a chance to do another photo activity. And when I heard what it was, I simply did not believe it. But it's a bona fide offer .... and there was absolutely NO WAY I'd have turned it down. Later this week, a morning hours shoot, air-to-air over northern Nevada, and the aircraft I'll be a passenger in (and snapping the photos from) is an OV-10 Bronco. I'm still stunned ..... and WAY STOKED! I've only shot a few air-to-air clicks, and those were always long distance snaps of an airliner passing the airliner I was in. I've never done "close formation" air-to-air ... and I most definitely have never flown in an OV-10 Bronco. This is a photo op that I could never have possibly imagined. So tomorrow is a "down day' for me ... and then two days of nonstop aviation photography -- that will include a flight in a Bronco! I can't wait ..... (High Fives)

Written on 06/26/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks Chris!

Written on 06/26/2019 by mike prendergast

I love the Caravans. Great plane and a workhorse to boot.

Written on 06/26/2019 by Joe Minton

Where at DFW did you take this?

Written on 06/26/2019 by Noah Mazraani

This Aircraft is an Embraer 550 not a Lear

Written on 06/26/2019 by Signature PDK

Gary... *F*I*V*E* Stars!!!

Flight Aware's "Activity Log" for N456WN reflects that this Southwest bird, in just the month of June 2019, has visited airports from our East coast to our West Coast... with points far North and South... including many in between!

Written on 06/26/2019 by cliff731

Thanks for the photo. Med Flight has saved countless lives in our area! We are lucky to have this service

Written on 06/26/2019 by Dan Schachte

thank you Mike!!

Written on 06/26/2019 by Uwe Zinke

Fantastic lineup shot!

Written on 06/26/2019 by Dwight Hartje

Thank you veery much, Gary!

Written on 06/26/2019 by Dwight Hartje

Very nice indeed from 2013.

Written on 06/26/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

A 757 with triple landing gear!! I know, both gear are just aligned perfectly. But looks kinda cool. Nice photo of a great plane and interesting comments. I own both Canon and Nikon and both are excellent.

Written on 06/26/2019 by Lonnie Penner

Why wouldn't designers cant wind screen glass more dramatically, decrease drag?

Written on 06/26/2019 by Doug Cook

Brent Whittlesey - technically speaking, that might be somewhat true... "the only flyable B-24 Liberator"... however, Diamond Lil, FAA civil registered N24927, and originally built as a B-24A, is flying with the Commemorative Air Force.

https://commemorativeairforce.org/aircraft/3

Diamond Lil was later utilized in a prototype role for the C-87 Liberator Express transport.

Here's Joe Baugher's published history of this Consolidated B-24A Liberator...

"40-2349/2368", "Consolidated B-24A-CO Liberator"

"2366 to RAF as AM927. Prior to delivery to England, was involved in a landing accident, the damage being major enough that the aircraft had to be returned to San Diego for repaires (sic). Plane was deleted from the order to be shipped to England and was converted to a transport aircraft, acring (sic) as prototype for C-87. Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946.To Continental Can Co as N1503, to XC-CAY of PEMEX in Mexico until 1959. Became N12905 "Diamond Lil" with Confederate Air Force and painted in colors of 98th BG, later N24927 with Commemorative Air Force. During 2006/2007 was reconfigured back to B-24A/LB-30B and was given the name "OL 927" noseart. In Apr of 2012 renamed back to "Diamond Lil". Involved in nose gear collapse May 26, 2012 on landing at Charlotte-Douglas airport, North Carolina".

http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/1940.html

More on this Liberator, N24927, is seen here...

http://www.warbirdregistry.org/b24registry/lb30-am927.html

https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=24927

Written on 06/25/2019 by cliff731

Trace Lewis - I do not believe that Joe Baugher stated this B-24 Liberator was converted into the first C-87. He merely related that it acted as a prototype for the C-87 Liberator Express.

Written on 06/25/2019 by cliff731

Rick Finch - I've traveled to Decatur, AL, a couple of times... albeit, not by air but by water! The Learjet would certainly have been a much faster trip!

Written on 06/25/2019 by cliff731

Razor Wire. DFW will probably never be invaded by planespotters for sure. Noah this is a nice hobby and try and keep the "junk" out of the photo if possible. That United you got is excellent showing a great profile with the registration number but again keep the junk like Razor Wire out. FYI Seasonal ground heat and simply heat buildup from the Tarmac and residual jet engine heat can diffuse a photo and make it wavy. Zooming in only makes it worse so clear skies and don't invade DFW.

Written on 06/25/2019 by warmwynds

This is a good looking plane. Looks fast to.

Written on 06/25/2019 by Chris Collinsworth

I just commented that as a joke cause the original upload pic was upside down...

Written on 06/25/2019 by Brett Stevens

***** + **. Bravos and a tip of my USSPS cap. Calendar Q here. Excellent pic, Dwight. Will e/m. (Wave)

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Nice pic Uwe!

Written on 06/25/2019 by mike prendergast

Thanks rwb!unfortunately was out of town when the Chinamen came in.

Written on 06/25/2019 by mike prendergast

Congrats on the new service and Five Bravos for this click, T.

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

I LOVED Continental back then --- Ahhh, yes, the old motto; "Proud Tails of Golden Birds" or, ah, oooops, that was OUR motto. Let me see, the actual old phrase was "Birds with Golden Tail" - er, nope, that was OUR phrase too. Aww, anyway, I LOVED Continental. I sure do miss those days. "Bring Back Continental!!"

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

EXCELLENT, Alien. *****+++!!

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

WoW! The "Classic Widget" scheme .... my all-time forever fave Delta livery. And a TriStar pic, too. Five * for the C Widget paint, and five more * for the Lockheed Tri. AND -- off in the background --- too cool --- an Alaska in the old clothes. These oldies pics of yours are fantastic, T. TYVVM for sharing.

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

This is a pic of aviation "ghosts" --- a Northwest Boeing Tri and a pair of America West fleetbirds. Gotta give it a Ten, T!

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

A full 5 for the UPS 727, and then a bunch more stars because there is a Northwest Boeing Tri-holer, too. A wonderful pic from the past. Alien, this one is *****x2 = 10* stuff. (Tip of my cap)

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Hey, I see in the background that Mt. Shasta still has snow on it so you guys could climb up there (lol) to cool off by frolicking in the white stuff. (BIG smile) Five stars for snapping these twins, T.

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Great shot Mike! Extremely clear and crisp on the full size! Did you happen to catch the 3 Chinese warships that came "un-announced" about 3 weeks before this? That was odd given the fact the pics I saw showed the crew on deck with rifles.

Written on 06/25/2019 by rwb2112

Excellent night shot!

Written on 06/25/2019 by rwb2112

COMING SOON TO AN AIRBASE NEAR YOU..... THE RAF RED ARROWS....

Written on 06/25/2019 by Allan Hickman

Cool capture of the wheels headed for the wells. 5* snap.

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Excellent catch, T. "...just happened to drive by ..." means you had some luck -- maybe you should have hopped aboard and tried to win your fortune at Wendover (grin). ***** on this one, my friend.

Written on 06/25/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Beautiful!

Written on 06/25/2019 by Mark Hanneman

It is not a Boeig 707-100, it is an AWACS E-3 Sentry derived from the civilian 707-320.

Written on 06/25/2019 by chalet

Great photo of a rather rare bird in pristine condition. Awesome!

Written on 06/25/2019 by William Camp

Encore une erreur de FlightAware--- Beechcraft Bonanza BE-35

Written on 06/25/2019 by andré belleau

Ce superbe avion est un PZL 104 M Wilga 2000 Draco propriétaire PATEY MICHAEL J.
En 2017 le 01-jul. le moteur un turboprop de Pratt and Whitney a eu une fuite d'huile et l'avion a atterri sur un terrain de mais près du lac Utah à Mosida UT pas de dommage à l'avion et au pilote.

Written on 06/25/2019 by andré belleau

Hi Dwight ! The shutter speed was : 1/60...

Written on 06/25/2019 by Jean-Pierre MARTINROCHE

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