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That's an authentic historical livery?

Written on 04/29/2017 by NEIL MCNALLY

C'mon, who hasn't wanted to see a 727 painted with a shark mouth?

Written on 04/29/2017 by n9341c

I saw this exact same aircraft at MSP today....

Written on 04/28/2017 by Joy Carpenter

Leon, that's a 720. United had a fleet of 16 if I recall, not for real long though. You are right though they were a big DC-8 airline and flew them well into the 1980s.

Written on 04/28/2017 by n9341c

"This photo is touched up to look more presentable and was taken with my first real camera, the Kodak Automatic Retina."
Isaac, the comment you made above sure makes it seem as tho you took this pic. However, this photo was taken by Mr. Daniel Tanner on August 18, 1967, and posted on Jetphotos on October 18, 2015. You didn't take the photo; you only downloaded it from Jetphotos and reposted it here claiming you took it. I certainly hope you obtained permission from Mr. Tanner, Mr. Kierzkowski, Mr. Sherbini, Mr. Kramer, Mr. Portillo, and Mr. Johnston to repost their photos from Jetphotos to this gallery under your name because I'll be notifying each of them .. and I've just taken screen shots that I'll send to them to show you have not credited them in any way. Watch your email closely; I suspect you are going to be hearing from one, more, or all of them. Good luck!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Gary Schenauer

The aircraft are TDY to Nellis for training and they are stationed at Seymour Johnson AFB in North Carolina. The 120's are being used for training and locking on to the enemy aircraft. Leon is right about the sunlight on the bottom as the engine access panels since they are made of bare metal Titanium.

Written on 04/28/2017 by Charles Connel

Isaac, you seem to have many different names. For instance, Dave Sheehy congratulated you for a "very cool catch" and you thanked him, but you failed to mention anywhere that the photographer who actually caught this shot is Mr. Jim Johnston (Jetphotos, posted 2013/1/25). And it also slipped your mind that Mr. Luis Portillo took that excellent picture from above the In-And-Out Burger that you claim you took from a helicopter. Luis posted the exact same photo on Jetphotos on 2017/04/15. He was in the copter with you? And Mr. Maximilian Kramer must have been in that helicopter too because he took the exact same picture of Lufthansa's D-AIME that you just posted and are taking credit for ... except Mr. Kramer posted his photo on Jetphotos on April 24. And the photo you posted of the Midwest jet flying past the US Capitol building was taken by photographer Pawel Kierzkowski and posted on Jetphotos on Nov 9, 2005. And two pictures posted in Jetphotos by photographer Omar Sherbini were just posted by you under your name with no credit given to Mr. Sherbini. Don't you think Mr. Johnston, Mr. Sherbini, Mr. Portillo, Mr. Kramer, and Mr. Kierzkowski deserve to be credited for their excellent photography ... instead of you getting all the kudos?

Written on 04/28/2017 by Gary Schenauer

what a click!! Thanks

Written on 04/28/2017 by NEIL MCNALLY

I think that may be sunlight under the engines.

Written on 04/28/2017 by Leon Artac

If you admired the shot so much that you downloaded it and reposted it here on FA under your own name, you really should credit the photographer who took the picture and who posted it on Jetphotos on Nov 9, 2005. That would be Mr. Pawel Kierzkowski.

Written on 04/28/2017 by Gary Schenauer

It's Czech. What do they know!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Leon Artac

Someone that I know once flew on this exact plane from LHR-RDU on December 21, 2008.

Written on 04/28/2017 by FSXBoeing737Pilot

So I'm confused, Isaac. What is your real name? Is it Maximilian Kramer, the photographer who posted this same picture of Lufthansa's D-AIME on Jetphotos on April 24, 2017? Or is your name Pawel Kierzkowski, the photographer who posted that photo of the Midwest passing in front of the US Capitol as it was landing on to Jetphotos a few years ago (Nov 9, 2005)? Or is it Omar Sherbini, the photographer who posted the photo of that ATA (194AT) on Jetphotos back in 2007? Or are you Luis Portillo, the photographer who posted that great shot from above the In_and_Out Burger on to Jetphotos? Which guy are you?

Written on 04/28/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Not a 707. United didn't fly them. They flue DC-8s.

Written on 04/28/2017 by Leon Artac

So I'm confused, Isaac. What is your real name? Is it Luis Portillo, the photographer who posted this photo on Jetphotos on April 15, 2017? Or is it Maximilian Kramer, the photographer who posted the picture of Lufthansa's D-AIME on Jetphotos on April 24, 2017? Or is your name Pawel Kierzkowski, the photographer who posted that photo of the Midwest passing in front of the US Capitol as it was landing on to Jetphotos a few years ago (Nov 9, 2005)? Or is it Omar Sherbini, the photographer who posted the photo of that ATA(194AT) on Jetphotos back in 2007? Which guy are you?

Written on 04/28/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Thank you Peter, Stuart, and nycslc1!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

Nice.

Will definitely have to look for this the next time I visit my friend in Angeles City.

Written on 04/28/2017 by Doug Zalud

NICE PIC

Written on 04/28/2017 by kenny antoine

Was a very lucky day because the wind was blowing south and there is a park next to the taxiway and at the fence you are only about 75 yards from it. So it took off from runway 33. 90% of the time, the B-52's take off and land on runway 15 but that was just a lucky day and the winds helped all the spectators watching.

Written on 04/28/2017 by ppick

Stolen! Carlos, if you are ten years old and you like airplanes thats cool! Believe me thats COOL! BUT, and this is a big BUT… if you re crop some one else's photo and post it on another website under your own name you have infringed on someone else's copyright. You cannot do that without permission, it is illegal. One day someone may sue you. If you are an adult Carlos, what the hell are you doing?

Written on 04/28/2017 by Mark Thomas

That's the N6A I've flown. The number is reassigned now to a light jet!

Written on 04/28/2017 by James Wysong

Stolen image! Even the comment is stolen! Reported!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Mark Thomas

'823 looks pretty good. I have many hours logged in her when she was based out of PCM. Happy to see her still in the air.

Written on 04/28/2017 by James Wysong

Again, what a great shot

Written on 04/28/2017 by PAUL PETERSON

Very nice photo. Great shot as they were landing.

Written on 04/28/2017 by PAUL PETERSON

He didn't get cold taking this. Mr. Aleksandr Listopad probably did though. You can see some more of his work on Airliners.net where this image was copied and re-edited...

Written on 04/28/2017 by Mark Thomas

This is an A319 not an A321 Carlos, amend your info

Written on 04/28/2017 by Mark Thomas

Probably a first for Mr. Dirk Grothe, he took the photo!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Mark Thomas

I think this photo should have 10 stars. Very nice photos.

Written on 04/28/2017 by PAUL PETERSON

love it. the vintage stuff is awwwwwsum !

Written on 04/28/2017 by John Marotta

Thank Andras Kisgergely for the prop blur, it's his photo. October 2013. This version minus the Airliners.net watermark

Written on 04/28/2017 by Mark Thomas

My fav photo by a country mile.Well done sir

Written on 04/28/2017 by stuart fox

OMG.....What a shot! Well done Sir Carlos !

Written on 04/28/2017 by John Marotta

Nothing like a stolen photo either! This one belongs to Sam Chui who took it in April 2010

Written on 04/28/2017 by Mark Thomas

This is a great shot, click full and then F11 for full screen on a PC. Nice catch Friedrich!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Dave Sheehy

beautiful aircraft. Nice full picture. Thank you.

Written on 04/28/2017 by Peter Maas

This picture is so cool! Nice timing!!!

Written on 04/28/2017 by nycslc1

Thank you everybody! I would now like to go back to LAX and get some shots at that In-N-OUT:)

Written on 04/28/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

This is at Baltimore (KBWI).

Written on 04/28/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

That would make sense. This aircraft is retired now, but still, that would be a very classy private plane!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

.........whoa.......!
(that's beautiful)

Written on 04/28/2017 by Dave Mathes

Taxi... Taxi here please!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Claude Picard

Wunderbar!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Greg Byington

Glorious!!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Mark Thomas

That would be plenty here Andre, mine only goes to 200mm!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Mark Thomas

drive thru

Written on 04/28/2017 by renato basso

buena foto

Written on 04/28/2017 by angelo campos

Very nice! What airport is that?

Written on 04/28/2017 by Tom Hines

What's that orange glow under the engines? Are they so hot that all that sheet metal glows orange?

Written on 04/28/2017 by Angelo Campanella

"That's burning some rubber." Better at the arrival end than the quickly approaching departure end! ;-) That airports was always my least favorite "heavy" destination: Too much traffic in the local area. Hills, buildings too close to the arrival end. Not much extra runway. Crowded ramps. OTOH, it was an interesting approach and required some real hand flying!

Written on 04/28/2017 by Jim Smirh

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