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Graham, and others, not all plane types fit neatly into some ICAO code. You can actually leave that part blank and instead leave some comments about the plane, where the photo was shot and any other info we might find interesting.

A very nice photo of a rare plane Graham.

Written on 04/24/2018 by jim gevay

Nice shot!

Written on 04/24/2018 by Fabio Alpelli

thak you Greg!

Written on 04/24/2018 by Uwe Zinke

thank you!

Written on 04/24/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Thank You!! It is about to takeoff.

Written on 04/24/2018 by Cade Emtage

It was an air show how am I supposed to know who the people in the aircraft are if their names aren't on the program??

On the other hand if you want to know what it is it's a Bristol F2B replica but it seems that if the FlightAware upload page doesn't recognise the type it just puts a dash where the name should be.

Written on 04/24/2018 by Graham Bwdn

nice picture, but is taking off or has landed?

Written on 04/24/2018 by Fabio Alpelli

Thanks, Cade.

Written on 04/24/2018 by Fabio Alpelli

Thanks, Tony! I'm glad you like them.

Written on 04/24/2018 by Frank Gollner

BOB

Written on 04/24/2018 by 96flstc

Awesome catch of the "SKYTEAM" Livery on this A350

Written on 04/24/2018 by William Hamlin

The face that only a mother could love. haha. Coming from someone with 2500 hours on type :)

Written on 04/24/2018 by lordfarringdon

Telecope Orion Sky Quest 10'' 1200mm + barlow x2 + Canon 5D mark III

Written on 04/24/2018 by borntofly85

thanks they used it on the weather on local fox 8 once at 10 then next morning 3 times gave a nice plug with credits

Written on 04/24/2018 by john tryon

Charles .... "there's more to photography than simply taking "pichurs" ... "

Instead of always complaining about other photogs, why don't you rather go out and take some "pichurs" of your own?. You have been a FA member for more than 2 years, yet have only ever posted 2 pics. Yet you have made 70 comments on others' pics - most all of which are negative.

Written on 04/24/2018 by Viv Pike

Charles - why does he have to know how it is to post it?

Written on 04/23/2018 by Kobe Hunte

Very nice pic!

Written on 04/23/2018 by Kobe Hunte

It looks if they took a normal jet and put it on top of those "things"!

Nice pic

Written on 04/23/2018 by Kobe Hunte

very good capture!
5 *

Written on 04/23/2018 by Kobe Hunte

Another great photo Andrew.

I sure have to go to terminal 1. Is it the last parking lot and does the police leave alone?

Thank you for the information.

Written on 04/23/2018 by Tony Erni

Chris Knecht... my very first airplane ride was many years ago at a now long closed airport. That day, it cost a "Penny a Pound" to take one of those hops around the field!!! The airfield and airport started as an auxiliary WWII training field for a nearby U.S. Army Air Corp cadet pilot training base.

Oh... almost forgot... the aircraft I flew in was a Piper Tri-Pacer!!!

Written on 04/23/2018 by cliff731

You could hear one coming twenty minutes before you could see it

Written on 04/23/2018 by nmav8r

Thank you much

Written on 04/23/2018 by Angel Vee

Oh, and another nice shot, Brian!

Written on 04/23/2018 by Greg Byington

It was flying around my area today (SE Arizona/SW New Mexico), 23 Apr 18, but I didn't get to see it.

Written on 04/23/2018 by Greg Byington

Thank you Alex.

Written on 04/23/2018 by Tony Erni

Me also, Thank you

Written on 04/23/2018 by Angel Vee

Love the horses!

Written on 04/23/2018 by BigAlOutWest

This bird was just flying around southern AZ and spent some time flying a large E-W race track pattern around the SE corner of AZ and SW corner of NM just a few miles N of the border. I tried to get eyes on it but couldn't. It was changing alt (e.g. FL310 to FL210) and speed a lot so must have been conducting some kind of test. Oh, and nice pic, Brian!

Written on 04/23/2018 by Greg Byington

Wow great photo and if I may ask,what type of lens did you use.

Written on 04/23/2018 by Tony Erni

N7701D was my dad's first plane. I grew up flying in this plane for many years as it was based at(IGQ).

Written on 04/23/2018 by Chris Knecht

of course I take it at 9 pm today in France

Written on 04/23/2018 by borntofly85

Did you take this photo?

Written on 04/23/2018 by Tony Erni

Thanks!

Written on 04/23/2018 by Cade Emtage

C'mon! The plane's ownership is plain as day, "United Arab Emirates", there's more to photography than simply taking "pichurs".....CTP

Written on 04/23/2018 by Charles Peele

Much less expensive to operate but also much more limited in its application.

Written on 04/23/2018 by James Driskell

Why post it if you don't know who it is?

Written on 04/23/2018 by Charles Peele

What Happened to the ME 109's Prop? Quite honestly there are many more things "AWESOME".......CTP

Written on 04/23/2018 by Charles Peele

Gear Up, Ugh !

Written on 04/23/2018 by William Crooker

Remenicent of an airship...

Written on 04/23/2018 by Terry Wright

Nice photo man!

Written on 04/23/2018 by Alex Dalton

Yup, I love it, too!

Written on 04/23/2018 by Greg Byington

I`ve seen this aircraft quite a few times while going in and out of PHX SkyHarbor. Honeywell has a facility on the north side of the airport. Very cool shot.

Written on 04/23/2018 by Don Monk

Great shot!

Written on 04/23/2018 by Michael Flagg

Very nice!

have never seen that plane before.
Nice plane, nice pic! :D

Written on 04/23/2018 by Kobe Hunte

Very good capture!
Glad you got it! :D

Written on 04/23/2018 by Kobe Hunte

Who owns it?

Written on 04/23/2018 by peterjp5

why is it at KSAW?

Written on 04/23/2018 by peterjp5

Kind of interesting that the U-2 is still flying but the SR-71 has been "mothballed".

Written on 04/23/2018 by Alan Brown

Thank You!!!

Written on 04/23/2018 by Cade Emtage

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