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Excellent shot of TMC's sister ship! Thanks Gary!:-)

Hundo

Written on 12/07/2019 by C.W. Reed

I wish, ha ha

Written on 12/07/2019 by jesse kyzer

JMB65:

Thank you for the specifics on the seating in the Caravelle as I made the correction in the description. I did not mention it but I did get to fly in one from Geneva to Nice while in the military in June 1973.
Great to hear from an actual dispatcher of the Caravelle's.

Written on 12/07/2019 by warmwynds

I don't mind the new livery, but I did like the old one. With United, it's what happens inside the jet that I'm more concerned about...

Written on 12/07/2019 by john andrew

GSR = Gary Schenauer Returns! :)

Written on 12/07/2019 by Dave Sheehy

cool pic -- see if you can get it right-side up...

Written on 12/07/2019 by a mentor

Dang it, this is the third bucket of paint we've used -- go get me whatever is left

Written on 12/07/2019 by a mentor

Location: Jesup, GA
Accident Number: ERA16LA151
Date & Time: 04/08/2016, 1105 EDT
Registration: N97GR
Aircraft: GRANGER MICHAEL D SONEX
Aircraft Damage: Substantial
Defining Event: Fuel exhaustion
Injuries: 1 Serious
Flight Conducted Under: Part 91: General Aviation - Personal

Written on 12/07/2019 by gretnabear

just a little correction about the amount of passengers: there were 2 versions at Air France:
2 classes with 12 First and 74 Economy, total 86, or an all Economy version with 94 passengers.
I was a dispatcher then...

Written on 12/07/2019 by JMB65

Cool airport scene!

Written on 12/07/2019 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

Awesome shot.

Written on 12/07/2019 by WhiteKnight77

Can you give me a pin to were you guys go to planespot at RJAH? I need to get over there before the RF-4 is gone.

Written on 12/07/2019 by Joan Williams

Just beautiful.

Written on 12/07/2019 by Gus Valdivieso

Great shot. Welcome back, Gary.

Written on 12/07/2019 by Viv Pike

All the aircraft with character are disappearing right before my eyes. :-( Thank you for the photo.

Written on 12/06/2019 by Kam Bahrami

Gorgeous and mean looking jet. It is almost analogous to people from "then" vs. "now".

Written on 12/06/2019 by Kam Bahrami

For a second I though it was the USAF Thunderbirds! Then I looked carefully and I see I was waaaay off. Nice photo!

Written on 12/06/2019 by Kam Bahrami

Where does one find a blacklight big enough to make the entire aircraft glow like that?

Just kidding, it does look way cool!

Written on 12/06/2019 by SkyVoice

@Jesse Kyzer - I'll gladly keep a couple flying... just send me the money.

Written on 12/06/2019 by Mark Kanzler

@Phil Brooks yes the aircraft was taken out of service with the NLD airforce. its still flying as a cargo bird!

Written on 12/06/2019 by daniel jef

Thank you.

Written on 12/06/2019 by Donn Avers

Just a little snowy-heh?

Written on 12/06/2019 by marylou anderson

WOW

Written on 12/06/2019 by marylou anderson

Great composition
What patience you have

Written on 12/06/2019 by marylou anderson

Excellent eye.
great job there

Written on 12/06/2019 by marylou anderson

Very Nice.

Written on 12/06/2019 by marylou anderson

Wow!The family that flys together stays.....together
great pic

Written on 12/06/2019 by marylou anderson

Great shot!!!

Written on 12/06/2019 by marylou anderson

Awesome pic!

Written on 12/06/2019 by marylou anderson

Great photo!

Written on 12/06/2019 by Tom Heaverlo

Another great shot. Gonna be a sad day when the JSDF stops flying these brutes next year.

Written on 12/06/2019 by john doe

Spectacular. Thanks for the camera/lense info, as well.

Written on 12/06/2019 by john doe

Those are beautiful.

Written on 12/06/2019 by Neil Klapthor

Great photo! I always thought the F-4 was a badass looking aircraft.

Written on 12/06/2019 by Neil Klapthor

Chris and Rick thank you both for the comments. This is my 69 Factory Turbo Charged C model Twinkie with C/R props that has every available speed mod installed. This picture is of my bird sitting on the ramp at the Birmingham Flight School at the KBHM airport! It is based just North of KBHM at KGAD.

Written on 12/06/2019 by Toddhardin03

Thanks jesse.

Written on 12/06/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

5 stars not enough

Written on 12/06/2019 by garritt

The lead aircraft must have been a Mooney, maybe a Mooney 230 or 252, as, they are the only LKQ aircraft that can pass the Beechcraft Bonanza, and, do so with less fuel burn.
Go MOONEY GO, and, efficiently so!

Written on 12/06/2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Let the good times FLY!
Excellent photograph of this unique missioned-aircraft.

Written on 12/06/2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

How did you get that picture???

Written on 12/06/2019 by Susan Mandeville

While up in a steerman with a friend we hooked up with a PT-22 a lot like this one. We formed up and flew formation for a while before he peeled off and went to Parts unknown. Cool experience.

Written on 12/06/2019 by Larry Horton

Nice shot... Oil leak and all.

Written on 12/06/2019 by fholbert

Hang up the phone and drive!

Written on 12/06/2019 by fholbert

good report of the PT-22 incident is at
https://www.planeandpilotmag.com/article/harrison-ford-accident/

Written on 12/06/2019 by a mentor

And of course, there's always somebody playing with his phone.

Written on 12/06/2019 by Stefan Sobol

Awesome photo! I also appreciate the camera and lens details.

Written on 12/06/2019 by Rickh52

Superb!

Written on 12/06/2019 by Ioan Popa

Great photo!Thanks!

Written on 12/06/2019 by David Onnen

Bush plane of choice. Fun to see these takeoff at Juno or Vancouver

Written on 12/06/2019 by a mentor

The Radar Dome on the starboard wing identifies this as a F4U-5N or -5NL

Written on 12/06/2019 by a mentor

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