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Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by norberto hugo pacho

@Micky I mentioned both of them

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Will F

Thanks everyone!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Will F

Superb Sight & Pic David

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ken kemper

Love this livery.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Allan Jones

Shot is crisp even tho it was clicked from inside the terminal, but there are a couple of minor reflections from the concourse foot traffic behind me. I'll say this, tho. The KBUF terminal janitorial / maintenance employees sure do keep the windows clean. Have to have been the cleanest, smudge-free, dirt-free airport terminal windows, inside and outside, that I've ever seen. Superb.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks John!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Darryl Sarno

Love these aircraft, this is a great one.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Allan Jones

What a beautiful plane. Lovely image.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Allan Jones

flaps and airbrakes. The pitch isnt evident at this angle but he must be going pretty slow.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Ryan Hodges

Dad is getting ready to show Junior how to fly, and look good doing it. Graceful aesthetics (Boeing) vs. basic, Russian tractor look (Airbus).

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice perspective angle and beautiful pic!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Michael Wulfsohn

I feel sorry for it... Its been forced into cruel servitude and involuntary obesity! Its not a very "happy"looking 747 (100 or 200?).

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Michael Wulfsohn

Beautiful, very artistic pic! It should be framed in an art museum.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Michael Wulfsohn

On the 4,500 statue mile trip, the Ercoupe burned 226 US gallons of 100LL. 2.2qts of oil used.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by James Good

Nice pic!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Michael Wulfsohn

@all: I am glad that you like it!
@Claude: you do not need a plane, but a really big lens. (500mm FX, means 750mm with my Nikon D7500 DX, without tripod)
The rock behind the formation is like a wall and the formation makes a tight left turn not far away...

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Daniel Rytz

Not many 727-100s still flying. Nice pic!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Michael Wulfsohn

Beautiful pic! I watched several Lufthansa and China Airlines 747-800s take off and land at SFO a few years ago. The new wings make it look like a REAL bird swooping gracefully up into flight. Watching then take off is truly an expressive art form. The A380s look unattractive, porky, and nothing at all graceful. A380s are just used-to-be cattle car busses, that apparently didn't bring good investment returns for airlines that bought them. They should've stayed with the "Queen of the skies!"

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Michael Wulfsohn

I feel that just as Boing 747-8 was mentioned, so the jetblue Airbus A321-231 should also be given credit

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Micky ch

That looks like a -30 or -50 series. Its not stretched long enough to be a "Super 60/70”.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Michael Wulfsohn

Wish they'd fit all of our hvy transports with fire fighting upgrades.
Sure would be nice when fire season hits S.Cali....

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Cade foster

First comment writer Gary: I would've considered exchanging her for my daughter.
Love of flying and aviation is something that comes from deep inside.
Still crushed my daughter would have nothing to do with it.
However, my good friend JV has a daughter that loves flying, and, she just got upgraded to Captain on the Caravan flying the islands of Hawaii.
At least I get to live somewhat vicariously, and, I'll take it!!!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Thanks CHRIS ROBEY. I had realized after uploading that when you put in 727-200, it calls it 721. I had to enter 722.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Michael McGrath

Excellent.
Incredible engineering masterpiece!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Agree on the FIVE STAR of any DC-8, and, such a superb photograph!
However, I don't understand why this re-engined DC-8-30 is categorized as a "Series 70", because, it was a DC-8-30 (short versus stretch version) before the engine upgrade.

I don't understand why it not possibly a DC-8-50, the stretch versions being DC-60/70s.
Even if the engines are greatly de-rated, this DC-8 must have one heck of a climb rate.

National airlines "Beverly" was my first flight on a commercial jet when I was 14, having paid for the flight with my lawn mowing money.
Little brother got to go for free thanks to the parents.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Note cutaway of nose gear doors to allow this deflector to go flush to the fuselage.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Dennis Bisson

Excellent photograph.
Surprised there wasn't any damage to the leading edges and first stage engine blades while supersonic - even though just barely supersonic at Mach 1.1.
But that is Douglas - built like tanks!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Beatiful airplane!!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by RICARDO SHADID

Great pic. Love it

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ron lefrancois

C.W.

N892UP came by yesterday. Picked up that blue and white helo as the King Air was heading for departure. One other of N892UP is on my home page. Did good yesterday with 7 picks.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by warmwynds

Thank you for your comment, Steve!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Yoshihiro Oshita

Peter...a perfect shot !!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ken kemper

Great action shot !!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ken kemper

Neat Photo Lonnie !!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ken kemper

Hey thank you Lonnie...........

I appreciate your kind comments..........

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by ken kemper

Fantastic snap and great runway view!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Dwight Hartje

Fantastic shot of this unique aircraft!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Dwight Hartje

Fantastic shot of this dieing breed! I have enjoyed spotting these beauties and hope to get a couple of more snaps before they are all gone.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Dwight Hartje

Mike .... TY for the compli.
Mike, RRiver, and David H. .... Thanx to each of you for your comments. Mike, I know there are environmental concerns, but I actually miss seeing all that smoke. If I do not include the B-52s and KC-135s I watched belching black smoke during MITO launches, the smokiest jet I ever saw was the Convair 990. When a CV 990 was approaching, they always looked like they were on fire because of the black smoke trailing from them. When taking off, if it was departing away and I was behind it, it was really hard to see the plane thru all that black smoke. Pollution? You bet, but it sure looked awesome. But these black smoke trails behind this MD-88 are one of the reasons it won't be around much longer. It's a gas guzzler compared to today's new commercial paxjets, it's loud, and it pollutes. So its days are numbered. RRiver ... I envy you, sir. I've been a pax on several MDogs and every trip except one was super. (That one time I was in the last row of seats. Saw nothing out the window the entire flight but the engine housing a few feet away. lol) David ..... I just recently learned from Dave S that the last AAL Dogs will be wfu next month. Do you have any type of guess or estimate as to how long Delta will keep their MDog fleetbirds?

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Gary Schenauer

"Haiden" remained in Buffalo all day until 10:20 PM when it departed for a short 30 minute flight to KSYR (Syracuse Hancock).

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Gary Schenauer

ANY picture of a Diesel Eight still flying automatically deserves *****!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by David Seider

2015 Cub Crafters CCX-1865 (N18FX)

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Jim Metzger

Nice pic.!!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Luiz Vieira

Not sure why this doesnt get a full 5*. Superb photo, Ken

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Lonnie Penner

So the 747 just wasn't Big enough??? LoL! Gotta love it.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Temple Brown

Well, AFIK, the MD-88s will be around longer then the older Mad Dogs, like the MD-83. That definitely goes for the MD-90, and the Boeing 717, which was originally the MD-95.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by David Halligan

The airplane is operated by NASA out of Armstrong Flight Research Center/Edwards Air Force Base. When I was at NASA Ames between 1988 and 1998, it was operated out of Moffett Airfield, Mountain View, CA with the tail number of N717NA.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Rick Simmons

I flew the Mad Dog for 18 years.... gonna miss it.

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by RainbowRiver

These aircraft are terrific-----and beautiful too!!

Written on 2019年 08月 23日 by Wincelaus Podbielski

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