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I believe this aircraft was built by Steve Wolf. Also builds very beautiful Pitts.

Written on 12/05/2021 by Michael Arthur

Last seen in Switzerland, December 2021

Written on 12/05/2021 by Mike Stone

Nice pic. I LOVE all the 747s (Dreamlifters, too!) And you also got tons of twin jets. I wanted to ask which one (Bottom Middle or Bottom Right) is N718BA? Again great photo!

Written on 12/05/2021 by Everett Jaeger

Checking to make sure no one has left their homes.

Written on 12/05/2021 by Mark Huntsinger

For those making remarks about reaping rewards, it might be helpful if you actually knew the history. The current VC-25A/Air Force One aircraft, including the one in this photo, have been in use since 1990 (tail 28000) and 1991 (tail 29000). And in case you cannot grasp that part of the history, the sitting President when these planes were put into service was George Herbert Walker Bush. In 1990/1991, no one had any idea who would be the 45th or 46th President of the United States! The purchase of these aircraft had nothing to do with political party. Believe it or not but there was a time when country was more important than party or politician!

Written on 12/05/2021 by David Plummer

Nice light trail

Written on 12/04/2021 by NORAD P

amazing !

Written on 12/04/2021 by Aymen Tazout

Sorry James neither of those could pace a 757 for a decient shot. Look at the window on the right-hand photog station, that wingtip & wing tank look like a vintage Lear Jet with some serious port side mods for photog stations...

Written on 12/04/2021 by skylab72

Thank you Greg!

Written on 12/04/2021 by WalAndPl

Thank you Greg! :)

Written on 12/04/2021 by WalAndPl

Roundel story?

Written on 12/04/2021 by skylab72

They could (and still can) carry a vehicle inside the hold on the power of 2 ultra reliable TPE 331's. Nothing else available that can do that.

Written on 12/04/2021 by CHRIS ROBEY

Awesome picture. Love the Queen of the skies!

Written on 12/04/2021 by mark lovelien

I lived in Southern Alberta during the 1970s and 1980s and flew an airline called Time Air. Southern Alberta is one of the most windy places on earth and Time Air flew these for a number of years. Always wondered why in the world the airline flew these. Bought cheaply?

Written on 12/04/2021 by Richard Mallory

Prior to being acquired by the present owner, this SAAB flew for Crossair and Swiss as HB-IZE, for OLT (Germany) as D-AOLA, and for Eastern Airways (Britain) as G-CERY.

Written on 12/04/2021 by Gary Schenauer

More info from Joe Baugher:

"51-6261 North American F-86D-35-NA Sabre (MSN 173-305) WFU Oct 1960. Put on display at Chandler, AZ marked as 52-10115. Donated Oct 5, 1960."

More info from a plaque at the memorial site:

"Chandler's F-86D"

"This F-86d Sabre Dog airplane is on loan from the National Museum of the US Air Force. It was first on display in A.J. Chandler Park in 1961 in recognition of the strong relationship between Chandler and nearby Williams Air Force Base. During a 1980's renovation of the park, the plane was moved a few blocks to the corner of Delaware Street and Chandler Boulevard. It became part of Chandler's Verteran's Memorial here at Veterans Oasis Park in 2021."

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

More info from Joe Baugher:

"51-6261 North American F-86D-35-NA Sabre (MSN 173-305) WFU Oct 1960. Put on display at Chandler, AZ marked as 52-10115. Donated Oct 5, 1960."

More info from a plaque at the memorial site:

"Chandler's F-86D"

"This F-86d Sabre Dog airplane is on loan from the National Museum of the US Air Force. It was first on display in A.J. Chandler Park in 1961 in recognition of the strong relationship between Chandler and nearby Williams Air Force Base. During a 1980's renovation of the park, the plane was moved a few blocks to the corner of Delaware Street and Chandler Boulevard. It became part of Chandler's Verteran's Memorial here at Veterans Oasis Park in 2021."

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

new owner smile

Written on 12/04/2021 by William Crooker

Nicely done!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

Great shot!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

nice shot!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

That's a pretty picture, Daniel!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

All your latest shots are great, Uwe! I think I like this one best.

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

danke!!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Uwe Zinke

Sehr nett!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

danke Greg!!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Uwe Zinke

Thanks, Jesse!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

Thanks for the link, Jesse!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

Thanks!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

Yup, it is!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

Nice shot with the skyline!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Tom Davidson

TYVM!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

Thanks, Gary! I appreciate all your comments and feedback.

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

Nice pic. Per the FAA, it seems this is a Beta Air ALIA-250. It's an interesting aircraft. I couldn't find an ICAO aircraft type code for it.

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

Very nice, Uwe!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Greg Byington

These fall fotos are wonderful, who cares where.

Written on 12/04/2021 by Diana Rose

Beauty Shot! Electric blue against background of fall colors...A#1.

Written on 12/04/2021 by Diana Rose

Beauty Shot! Not to mention... plane perfection of aerodynamics.... love prop whirrrrr.

Written on 12/04/2021 by Diana Rose

5 stars to the Mad Dog !!

Written on 12/04/2021 by Andrea Gentilini

*I'm not good at editing pictures yet.BUT I'll show you how I'm getting better, so please refrain from aggressive comments. Thank you all*

Written on 12/03/2021 by Jeong Hyun Baek

bengardneryoung- Are you angry bc it doesn't look like a picture? :)

Written on 12/03/2021 by Jeong Hyun Baek

Back in the 90's I had a flight on a Tu-154 from Frankfort to Riga, Latvia. I had arrived in Frankfort from the states aboard a 747, so the Tupolev wasn't exactly inspiring. But it was a reasonably comfortable and uneventful flight. When we landed in Riga, all the passengers (mostly Russian nationals) erupted in thunderous applause and cheers. I concluded that they must have known more about the Tu-154 than I did, so I joined the celebration. Pretty sure I saw flasks (vodka?) pass among a few of the celebrants. The thing that stands out in my memory of that plane was its corrugated rudder.

Written on 12/03/2021 by C Anderson

The original MD-11's had a extra fuel cell in the horizonal tail section because they could not meet the MD guaranteed operating range

Written on 12/03/2021 by Ken Hardy

The reason for the triple bogie gear is because of the crappy runways in the Soviet Union in many cases not hard coat paved just gravel

Written on 12/03/2021 by Ken Hardy

Per Cirium: On 11/29/2021 this 2006 Piper PA-46-500TP was substantially damaged when it veered off the side of Runway 06 on landing at Habersham County Airport, Cornelia, Georgia. The accident happened in daylight (1447L) after a flight from Destin, Florida. There were no injuries.

Written on 12/03/2021 by Michael Gower

Per Cirium: On 12/01/2021 this 1985 Cessna 208 Cargomaster operated by Lake and Peninsula Airlines, undershot on final approach to Runway 06R at Port Alsworth, Alaska, coming down amongst trees short of the runway. The accident happened in darkness (1825L). There were no injuries.

Written on 12/03/2021 by Michael Gower

Per Cirium: On 12/01/2021 this 1985 Cessna 208 Cargomaster operated by Lake and Peninsula Airlines, undershot on final approach to Runway 06R at Port Alsworth, Alaska, coming down amongst trees short of the runway. The accident happened in darkness (1825L). There were no injuries.

Written on 12/03/2021 by Michael Gower

Per Cirium: On 12/01/2021 this 1985 Cessna 208 Cargomaster operated by Lake and Peninsula Airlines, undershot on final approach to Runway 06R at Port Alsworth, Alaska, coming down amongst trees short of the runway. The accident happened in darkness (1825L). There were no injuries.

Written on 12/03/2021 by Michael Gower

Per Cirium: On 12/01/2021 this 1985 Cessna 208 Cargomaster operated by Lake and Peninsula Airlines, undershot on final approach to Runway 06R at Port Alsworth, Alaska, coming down amongst trees short of the runway. The accident happened in darkness (1825L). There were no injuries.

Written on 12/03/2021 by Michael Gower

It was a very nice plane, it's a shame that we hardly see any more.

Written on 12/03/2021 by Pascal Simon

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