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Airbus A300F4-600 (N141UP) - The sun is coming up but it has not yet climbed high enough to replace the early dawn shade with bright sunlight as UPS's N141UP goes airborne from RNO's runway 16R at 6:40 AM for a lengthy trip to Muhammad Ali International (KSDF) in Louisville, KY.
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Airbus A300F4-600 (N141UP)

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The sun is coming up but it has not yet climbed high enough to replace the early dawn shade with bright sunlight as UPS's N141UP goes airborne from RNO's runway 16R at 6:40 AM for a lengthy trip to Muhammad Ali International (KSDF) in Louisville, KY.

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Darryl Sarno
Beautiful shot Gary! I love your pics with those beautiful mountain backgrounds. 5 *'s
ken kemper
Agree 100% with Darryl
Dwight Hartje
Fantastic shot and lighting! What do you think of the recent UPS livery refresh? I am ok with it. They have cleaned it up a little bit but nothing much else.
Gavin Hughes
You've done it again. Superb shot, beautiful pre-sunrise light. 5*+.
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Darryl, Ken, and Gavin ... Sincere Thanks to all of you. Dwight .... Not really much of a change. It looks a bit bare but I don't miss seeing the tag line. I noticed it was gone the first couple times I saw the refreshed version; now I don't even give it any thought.
fholbert
Another good shot from Reno!
jim garrity
As always, another great shot! I haven't seen a bad one from you yet!! Makes me want to move to RNO, just to take pictures!!!
Robert Cowling
Someone told me UPS had the biggest airline in the world. I'm sure they do have it now. I'm thinking that passenger travel is lower than cargo right now. I thought it was cool that designed their own avionics systems.
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