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BOEING 767-300 (N591HA) - The 49th and 50th states are both represented in this unique shot showing a Hawaiian Airlines 767 on KSJCs "Z" ramp just after pushing back from Gate 3 in Terminal A as, in the air beyond, an Alaska Airlines 737 (N617AS) completes its short final approach to runway 12L.
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BOEING 767-300 (N591HA)

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The 49th and 50th states are both represented in this unique shot showing a Hawaiian Airlines 767 on KSJC's "Z" ramp just after pushing back from Gate 3 in Terminal A as, in the air beyond, an Alaska Airlines 737 (N617AS) completes its short final approach to runway 12L.

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Greg Byington
Gary, I went back to look at some of your older shots posted on FA and found this that I really like. Keep up the great work, eh!
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Hey, Greg, TY for your compli here, too. This was taken a long, long time ago during a spotting road trip to SJC with a fellow photog. Incidentally, to provide updated info on this one, N591HA does not fly for Hawaiian anymore. It was leased out by HAL to Air Canada and it now flies in Air Canada Rouge paint.
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
And Greg, a PS to my comment above ....

Here is a link to Mark Thomas's most recent FA gallery photo of C-GHPE; the Air Canada Rouge B763 that is seen in my 7-year-old picture here. N591HA is now C-GHPE ....
https://flightaware.com/photos/view/1005405-3b396b0dc60f1e89e1f22582b58ae554d88a9ad2/aircraft/CGHPE/sort/date/page/1
Greg Byington
Thanks! It looks pretty good in Rouge paint. Mark got a nice shot of it there!
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