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Chopper is taking off from helipad?

Written on 12/15/2019 by daniel jef

I would like to, if you give it for free!

Written on 12/15/2019 by Joan Williams

An early model AC690 with the pointy tailcone. Plus long range underwing tanks.

Written on 12/14/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

C.W.

Sounds good! All we need is a credit card and a comp aircraft.
In the meantime, I hope my sister can get a few nice ones at Maho Beach.

Written on 12/14/2019 by warmwynds

IF YOU LIKE THIS PLANE AND WANT TO BUY IT CALL ME AT 754-301-2476

Written on 12/14/2019 by Jeff Owen

I like cheese. But not just any cheese. Like ya know. It has to be like a quality cheese like ya know cheeese whiz. soooo i got that going for me.

Written on 12/14/2019 by Jordan Suter

nice screenshot pooter

Written on 12/14/2019 by Jordan Suter

Rich:

Lets go to Maho beach at St. Maarten together...batteries charged and cameras ready!:-)

Hundo

Written on 12/14/2019 by C.W. Reed

Thanks Michael and Frank!

Written on 12/14/2019 by Cbro4

C.W.

Thanks for the nice comment as this was a great VFR day for these parts.

My sister and husband were aboard an American today to St. Maarten.
Tracked the flight and seen them cross over that famous beach and land thanks to the sunsetsxm web cam. Like to go there someday to get some pictures up close and maybe sniff a little JP5.

Written on 12/14/2019 by warmwynds

Location: Miami, United States
Accident Number: ERA19LA096
Date & Time: 02/08/2019, 1216 EST
Registration: N145GT
Aircraft: Convair C131
Aircraft Damage: Destroyed
Defining Event: Loss of engine power (partial)
Injuries: 1 Fatal, 1 Serious
Flight Conducted Under: Part 135: Air Taxi & Commuter - Non-scheduled

On February 8, 2019, at 1216 eastern standard time, a General Dynamics Convair 340 (C-131B), N145GT, was destroyed during a ditching in the Atlantic Ocean about 32 miles east of Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport (OPF), Miami, Florida. The captain was fatally injured, and the first officer was seriously injured.

Written on 12/14/2019 by gretnabear

Aircraft landed hard, wingtip struck the runway and gear collapsed.

https://registry.faa.gov/N9097W

Date: 10-DEC-19
Time: 18:03:00Z
Regis#: N9097W
Aircraft Make: PIPER
Aircraft Model: PA28
Event Type: ACCIDENT
Highest Injury: NONE
Aircraft Missing: No
Damage: SUBSTANTIAL
Activity: PERSONAL
Flight Phase: LANDING (LDG)
Operation: 91
City: LOUISVILLE
State: KENTUCKY

Written on 12/14/2019 by gretnabear

graceful

Written on 12/14/2019 by marylou anderson

Gorgeous photo
Travel log ready

Written on 12/14/2019 by marylou anderson

Nice shot! Love the composition and the shape of the shadow.

Written on 12/14/2019 by Nat Sam

Awesome composition! Beautiful photo! Long live the Douglas freighter...

Written on 12/14/2019 by BigAlOutWest

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Written on 12/14/2019 by Kurt Huber

I Remember my last flight in a T-28 leading a flight of four into the break at NAS Pensacola after Carrier Qualification aboard the USS Antietam CV=36, 16 Sep 1959.

Written on 12/14/2019 by William Medlin

amazing!!

Written on 12/14/2019 by goodluck747400

Rich:

Great shot of "Trail Blazer 418"! Was in EKM till recently for scheduled MX. Thanks so much for posting! Hoosier Cheers!:-)

Hundo

Written on 12/14/2019 by C.W. Reed

I agree with you, Michael, regarding the "rebranding" of the MD. Boeing had already produced a Model 717 (which is the C-135 family)!

Written on 12/14/2019 by David Seider

pregnant much...

Written on 12/14/2019 by garritt

I love these UGLY planes....

Written on 12/14/2019 by garritt

I used to love to see these things fly at Saufley Field back in 1966. It was great watching them come in in formation and break off to land. Hard to forget the sound of those big radial engines.

Written on 12/13/2019 by kenneth haltom

Nice pic and I have a pic of #744!

Written on 12/13/2019 by Heatseekerws6

I lost a business partner, his two brothers our company attorney and our pilot ina crash over Atlanta Texas September 1981 Returning from Dallas Love to Thomson Ga. NTSB said icing at fl 260 but later learned autopilot malfunctioned and allowed trim to set at full nose down. A very nice plane but a lot tougher to fly vs a king air. RIP my Friends

Written on 12/13/2019 by Harry Lucas

Beauty of BC, electric power generation, 95% of it is hydro electric. Good area for this application of new tech!
But for all those Tesla owners in gas and coal electric generating areas why?

Written on 12/13/2019 by James Lace

One of my favourite aircraft - wonderful photo!

Written on 12/13/2019 by frank theriault

That is one ugly aircraft! But pretty cool, I have to admit. LOL!

Written on 12/13/2019 by frank theriault

Correction: N280WN

Written on 12/13/2019 by ktv verkler

My favorite pic for this week!

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice pic!

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Really nice pic! Beautiful bird taking flight! Nice paint job, too.

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Great pic! Cool livery.

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice pic! Cool livery

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Great shot! You can almost feel your toes tingling from that big P & W!

Written on 12/13/2019 by adelma

People used to say that this was the 'box' that the Dornier 328 came in!!!

Written on 12/13/2019 by adelma

This takeoff departure shows a shallow departure while the gear is in transition.
Noted that the flight was 13:04 hours.
Great show of the wheels and gear doors.

Written on 12/13/2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

No wonder the departure angel of attach is so steep; the below show mostly short-legs for this heavy, long-hauler.

Written on 12/13/2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

thank you!

Written on 12/13/2019 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Michael!

Written on 12/13/2019 by Uwe Zinke

Always amazes me that "we" get these engineering marvels off the ground-go some place-return to the ground safely all with a few knobs, levers, switches, etc.

Hats off to the dreamers, the engineers, the implementers and all the craftsmen men who make it happen.

Written on 12/13/2019 by William Monti

"Steep climb out", my thought exactly. Perhaps a relocation flight, hence passenger-less?

Written on 12/13/2019 by john doe

What a beautiful, LONG, flying tube! I love the looks and flying on 757s. Took a ride on a United/Continental 737-300 long John from SFO to Maui a few years back. One of my favorite aircraft.

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

This is not N918WN. N918WN is Illinois One and the flag on this one is not the state flag of Illinois. This looks like Missouri One.

Written on 12/13/2019 by Gary Schenauer

what a shot!! I love it.

Written on 12/13/2019 by Micky ch

Nice pic! I love head shots.

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

VERY cool pic. Very cool plane. Very cool livery!

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

I like this one! I always loved the MD-80s, oops! I mean 717.they could have called it BD-80 ("Bad Dog 80"). 717 is almost an insult for craft type. If its a duck, then call it a duck. Good example is DC-10 to MD-11.That shows some respect, and rolls off the tongue, unlike "717."
BTW, isn't that climb out a bit steep! Some serious thrust, huh?

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice pic!

Written on 12/13/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

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