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The FAA civil registration shows it as a DC-3 with Douglas s/n 1920, built in 1937... :-)

https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=17334

Written on 03/18/2019 by cliff731

Nice Beaver!

Written on 03/18/2019 by cyberjet

They may be noisy from the outside but it's the quietest business turboprop cabin on the inside - by a fair margin!

Written on 03/18/2019 by cyberjet

Magnificent picture, I see it come in every day around 11 passed my house. Try to get the MAX8 When they are back in service.

Written on 03/18/2019 by Julio Von ACK

Lovely shot Tomas, thankyou!

Written on 03/18/2019 by Gregg Lucas

The airport isn't KHAO, it's KBLF.

Written on 03/18/2019 by Cbro4

Looks Amazing. Great Shot.

Written on 03/18/2019 by Abhi Bhatt

Looks ideal to me! Fly in and "CON" Camp Over Night! Thanks for sharing, Clayton! Cheers!!

Written on 03/18/2019 by C.W. Reed

More TORTURE YA HAPPY NOW!

Written on 03/18/2019 by Brian Wilkes

My sincerest apology, Angel. Got my "Royals" mixed up there!

Written on 03/18/2019 by C.W. Reed

Many Thanx Hun and you're most welcome And it's Prince Charles, by the way

Written on 03/18/2019 by Angel Vee

Another well framed shot of Prince Phillip's A-330! 5 stars! Thanks for posting, Angel! Cheers!!

Written on 03/18/2019 by C.W. Reed

Cool shot!

Written on 03/18/2019 by Paul Schantz

The 757 is the best looking airplane ever made. On the ground, it looks like it wants to fly. And in the air, doing what it wants to do. Magnificent plane!

Written on 03/18/2019 by charlie lange

@eric anstine; Eric is correct. The DC-2 had straight sides, while this has curves

Written on 03/18/2019 by jobeard

Before you try to hate on anyone make sure your spelling is correct. *TORTURE*.

Written on 03/18/2019 by Chris Collinsworth

I agree with Robert! Miss very much the "rocket" like takeoff performance....even in 100 deg F. heat! 5 stars here, Leland! Thank you for posting! Cheers!!

Written on 03/18/2019 by C.W. Reed

Excellent shot of "FEDEX-ville"! Thanks Richard! Cheers!!

Written on 03/18/2019 by C.W. Reed

Thanx David. You have me blushing

Written on 03/18/2019 by Angel Vee

I remember flying in those. A great plane, for the time. Lots of room, compared to the DC-9. I was sad to see them go...

Written on 03/18/2019 by Robert Cowling

My Dad's second airplane after the war. About two hours after my Dad said, "Don't tell Mom", I drew a picture from memory, and Mom asked, "Where'd you see that airplane?" If sparks flew, I didn't see them. ;) The 140 had a long antenna hanging from the vertical stabilizer, and was heavily detailed in my drawing.

After a series of five PBYs (that the government generously gave him to fly) his first airplane was a Grumman amphibian that he sold to Henry Ford II—and every of his seven later aircraft were all tail-draggers. 'Figures, I guess.

Written on 03/18/2019 by robert kennington

My Dad's second airplane after the war. About two hours after my Dad said, "Don't tell Mom", I drew a picture from memory, and Mom asked, "Where'd you see that airplane?" If sparks flew, I didn't see them. ;) The 140 had a long antenna hanging from the vertical stabilizer, and was heavily detailed in my drawing.

After a series of five PBYs (that the government generously gave him to fly) his first airplane was a Grumman amphibian that he sold to Henry Ford II—and every of his seven later aircraft were all tail-draggers. 'Figures, I guess.

Written on 03/18/2019 by robert kennington

It's swinging three-bladed props.
What does that say for new power?

Written on 03/18/2019 by robert kennington

RIP to the 157 people aboard Ethiopian Airlines B38M. Nice pitcure though... 5 stars are deserved :)

Written on 03/18/2019 by Mathéo BASSETTE

Wow !! 5 stars definetly !! Great job Andrew Amador.

Written on 03/18/2019 by Mathéo BASSETTE

thank you C.W.

Written on 03/18/2019 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Mike!!

Written on 03/18/2019 by Uwe Zinke

5* pal

Written on 03/18/2019 by Mathéo BASSETTE

What a nice shot !! 5*****


If you go to the rubric 'photos' I posted mine. It's the delta A350

Written on 03/18/2019 by Mathéo BASSETTE

Hope you'll like it :D

Written on 03/18/2019 by Mathéo BASSETTE

Just for future reference, AAL does not have B737's in their fleet. They only have B738's.

Written on 03/18/2019 by CT7567

Absolutely great artistic photograph - perfectly framed! I love it! Many thanks

Written on 03/18/2019 by David Apps

I learned to fly in the Sundowner. I always loved that plane. It was nice to fly something with 180 hp that also had room for my passengers.

Written on 03/17/2019 by Michael Gower

C.W. Reed... thanks!!! :-)

Written on 03/17/2019 by cliff731

C.W. Reed... this just might be the "follow me" cat! :-)

Written on 03/17/2019 by cliff731

Thrust reversers deploying before the nosewheel has settled!

Written on 03/17/2019 by Michael Gower

Great shot Uwe!

Written on 03/17/2019 by SFOSpotting

Wow! Thanks for the info, Angel!

Written on 03/17/2019 by C.W. Reed

Kansas University jet based out of Lawrence Kansas.

Written on 03/17/2019 by Willie Wonka

Thanx Reed. It was a special visit from Prince Charles of England and his wife to St Lucia.... March 17 2019

Written on 03/17/2019 by Angel Vee

That’s some serious suction there ..loved the C17

Written on 03/17/2019 by Michael Hoare

First time visitor to Logan

Written on 03/17/2019 by Derek Marshall

Never see this one in my area! Nice catch, Angel! Cheers!!

Written on 03/17/2019 by C.W. Reed

I agree with cliff! Wouldn't call it noisy by any means, but has it's own sound. Much like a small B-36!Thanks for posting, Guido! Cheers!!

Written on 03/17/2019 by C.W. Reed

Hi cliff! Does have the periscope tail and is only missing a "Follow Me" sign! :) Cheers!!

Written on 03/17/2019 by C.W. Reed

Thanx Leland

Written on 03/17/2019 by Angel Vee

Airport tarmac kitty???... resident airport parking ramp cat???... a feline "hanger queen"???... said cat has a "periscope" tail too...!!! :-)

Written on 03/17/2019 by cliff731

The Piaggio P180 Avanti "owns" a very distinctive "sound" signature too!!! :-)

This a/c's FAA civil registration of N136SL was cancelled on 30 Mar 2015 after it was reported to be sold.

Written on 03/17/2019 by cliff731

If I didn't know better, that looks like my next door neighbor's cat! However, E63 isn't in Indiana!!
Great pic, Cameron! Cheers!!

Written on 03/17/2019 by C.W. Reed

Nice to see this. I flew on XRP, YSN-YEL back in the 80's when Newman Brothers owned it.

Written on 03/17/2019 by Lynette Filipov

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