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FYI, headed to KEWR per FA Savannah.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Chris Pippen

Looks more like a hammerhead shark swimming backwards

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by chalet

Thanks for the update Mark

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by mike prendergast

This is a kingair 100

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by sam kuminecz

Thanks guys, she seems to be making the rounds in Hong Kong right now Mike, FIN#703 is getting the treatment as we speak so it shouldn't be too long for you!

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Mark Thomas

This is N800GR

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by CASSERV

Just because it flies doesn't mean you should build it. Put enough power on a brick outhouse and it'll also fly.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by James Driskell

Looks Amazing, Great Shot....

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Peter Thomas

Nice Shot!

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by mike prendergast

Thanks!

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Beckett C. DeBusk

Great Shot Mark!Hope to see it soon

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by mike prendergast

Looks like the business end of a new Piper M500 or M600, both developments of the Meridian line.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by David Sims

Thanks Ken!

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by mike prendergast

Anybody know what kind of plane it is?

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Beckett C. DeBusk

It looks something like a catfish from the front, and with those pusher props, its got an odd sound.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Todd Baldwin

Beautiful aircraft. An airborne Ferrari.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Michael McMurtrey

did you take that pic?

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by shrudini

Beautiful. Wish I was in it.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Dan Little

Thanks everyone. I didn't expect it to be so popular.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by andrew kennaugh

Great perspective, great picture. Thank you

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by David Mortimer

Thank you Derek !

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by John Marotta

Thank you Dwight !

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by John Marotta

cool airplane...great picture

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Yvon Dionne

JZ is the tailcode for the 159th FW of the Louisiana ANG, stationed at NAS JRB New Orleans, Alvin Callender Field, Belle Chasse, Louisiana.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by cliff731

They are the 159th fighter wing based out of New Orleans!

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Grant Bush

@Larry Toler I am not sure where they are from, but I can try and figure it out!

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Grant Bush

Interesting design.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by mwlong

The fastest twin turbo in the air. VQ-B** is Bermuda.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Paul Wisgerhof

beautiful aircraft

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Fabian Dirscherl

geil

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Fabian Dirscherl

Hammer head plane. Designed by a committee, but don't ya love the quality of Italian expertise?!

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Jim Costello

Hi Christopher!

This was the last arrival here!

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Uwe Zinke

Still trying to get used to the shape.

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by CHRIS ROBEY

Thanks...

Written on 2017年 11月 21日 by Tomás Del Coro

Where is JZ?

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Larry Toler

I haven't seen one of these in a while. I was a F/A for Trans States and we flew the J41's and EMB 145'S (The ATR was on the way out and never got rated on it). My wife moved to Denver, so I commuted out of there and saw plenty EMB 120'S. I think they were operated by Great Lakes.

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Larry Toler

Nice pick and shot in awesome place !

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Jose Barth

Wow Gary, thanks for that great shot...does it ever bring back memories!
I was a BUFF navigator and radar navigator at Barksdale and Wurtsmith. Any engine start exercise while you were pulling alert was a heart pumper and cart starts always added a little extra mustard! Especially when you are the last one to arrive at the aircraft while the carts are firing and engines spinning up...yes, once, young Lt, early in my career, I'm the late one. But my excuse was that I was visiting my wife in the hospital after she's just had our first child. I was the only one using the crew truck, the rest of the crew still at the alert facility. KLAXON blows, I bolt out of the hospital. With my adrenaline gushing, smoke everywhere, screaming engines, I roar up in the crew truck, jump out...and run to the wrong aircraft! Hatch is closed, I bang on it, of course no one opens it, I run out in front of the aircraft, jumping up and down, arms waving, trying to get the pilot's attention...then the crew chief appears out of the smoke, literally grabs my flight jacket, yanks and points me towards the BUFF next door...the one with the hatch still open and my pilot frantically flapping his arms out the open window of the cockpit. All this is, of course, witnessed by the Wing Commander, DO, Squadron Commander and who knows all else. We still made our time!!... which is probably the only reason I still had a career.

Indeed, those were the days!

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Neil Klapthor

Thanks Michael!

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by rwb2112

FSB737, you are correct. It was mortally injured....

http://flightaware.com/photos/view/534698-f622005d08a7fd5b2c1894eb871fdc21b5779855/aircraft/N345AN/sort/votes/page/1

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Dave Sheehy

Wow... that bird looks seriously injured...

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by FSXBoeing737Pilot

Was this the last flight between EDDF/SFO? Not sure if departure or arrival...

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Christopher Fox

Beautiful Photo Mike.............

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by ken kemper

To each his own. Glad the man is not shooting film---at least you can wipe a bad shot or shots away and not have it cost anything. Quite honestly I don't believe your friend was very kind to the olde timer@.........CTP

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Charles Peele

Looks like HDR and a really good shot whether HDR or not. Good job.

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Jimmy Robinson

Very good picture.

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Chris Collinsworth

Great picture! 5*

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Michael Hunke

A Boeing 747SP, and judging by the "Clipper" name under the cockpit window, formerly in Pan American Airlines service.

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by Doug Pickard

look at the placement of the upper turrets.

Written on 2017年 11月 20日 by leery1

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