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hmm; think that's a C-130

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by jobeard

This photo made my day! LMAO! It better than the Dogs Playing Poker painting. I can only imagine how those interior windows look after the flight! Awesome!

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Muszynski

Got some great pics on Flightaware, keep em coming. Thanks!

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by jessica james

Thank you Gary! Always appreciate your kind words.

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Darryl Sarno

Thank you Leon and Marylou!

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Isaac Vogelzang

Nice shot Cuong!

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Mark Thomas

VERY NICE mirror shot!

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by jobeard

Hi Andrew nice shut, a "TRIM" on acft type.

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Jose Barth

The F-4 (Wildcat) was from Grumann; the bird in BG is a Chance Vought F4U, very unique airframe.

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by jobeard

from the WiKi:
Transcontinental Air Transport (T-A-T) was an airline founded in 1928 by Clement Melville Keys that merged in 1930 with Western Air Express to form what became TWA. Keys enlisted the help of Charles Lindbergh to design a transcontinental network to get government airmail contracts. Lindbergh established numerous airports across the country in this effort.

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by jobeard

Clearly NOT a C-172; That appears to be a Boeing Model 75, PT 19

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by jobeard

Gary, That is funny and I have seen the same thing also. I guess some people think that one tower at an airport is a copy of all towers at an airport. Kudos to all of this one.

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Scot Wattawa

genau ein jahr her!!

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Uwe Zinke

habe ich schon ewig nicht mehr gesehen. Weist du wann das war?

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Fabian Dirscherl

danke. Ja gefällt mir von den Anflügen her deutlich besser als der Affenfelsen

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Fabian Dirscherl

wenn man von 7:45 bis 21:30 am airport steht kann man das ein oder andere erwarten :D

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Fabian Dirscherl

Nice Shot Anthony!

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by mike prendergast

She's a PA23 but still NOT an Apache. A very nice shot of a later E MODEL AZTEC PA23-250. One of the most solid and reliable piston twins ever built.

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by CHRIS ROBEY

Saw this plane land without landing gear in a Hangar 2 video on Facebook. Impressive!

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Optima Jim

Thanks for a great photo.
We live near an airport. Johannesburg International is about 35km away and we enjoy listening to and identifying the different flights arriving and departing. In the evenings we know that it is time to prepare to go to bed when Delta DL201 passes overhead. Early morning my wife and I know that it is time for our quiet time, before getting out of bed when the Abu Dhabi flight arrives.

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Leon Kay

Own me or lease me. Will IAG ever provide those Boeing 350s' ordered just before they bought Aer Lingus?

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Jim Costello

Thank you for a great photo and the interesting comment.

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Leon Kay

Thank you for a great photo and very informative comment.

Written on 2018年 07月 18日 by Leon Kay

Very nice picture

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Francisco Borges

Thanks, Jim... and You are very welcome. I do appreciate that information!!! :-)

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by cliff731

A standard land airport has a white...green beacon, and St Paul has one of those.
The white... white beacon was part of the old airway when Northwest Airways flew mail and passengers between St Paul and Chicago. They were spaced about 10 miles apart along the route.
So, in a sense, St Paul has two beacons.
Thanks for the nice complements guys.

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by jim gevay

Fauxtographer...it kinda has a ring to it :)

Well done to all! Thanks!

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Dave Sheehy

Nice composition Jim, thanks!

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Dave Sheehy

Jim - thanks for the information. There's an older airport terminal in my state's capitol city that never made that list. It's also a WPA built terminal as I recall, but has suffered from abandonment and neglect over the years. That "white-white" airport beacon flash... that's for an unlighted land airport?

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by cliff731

Cliff731, yes it is registered as historic. Also on the bluff across the Mississippi river from the airport is an old airways beacon that still operates every night and flashes white...white.

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by jim gevay

Jim - I hope that airport building is on the "Historical Register"... :-)

Thanks for sharing with us!!!

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by cliff731

Gary... *F*I*V*E* stars to YOU for this photo... well done, sir!!!

There's those "Evil Eyes" (née Genie eyes) again... :-)

Thanks to our men and women serving in uniform, I am able sleep well at night!

I enjoyed your earlier comments about those "borrowed" (stolen) aircraft photos. I too was glad to see FA step up to the plate and do the "right thing". Kudos to them also!!! :-)

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by cliff731

And there was most definitely an outstanding "parade" of military a/c that passed thru RNO over the weekend: a C-17, these two Ospreys, a C-40, an A-10, and ... an E-3 Sentry (AWACS). On any other occasion, I'd have said that being able to snap ramp pics of the AWACS or of the Hog was the highlight of the weekend, but not on THIS weekend. The highlight of this weekend was being on the ramp to get up-close photographs of the nighttime (10:15 PM) "hot refuel" of these Ospreys. I'll share just as soon as I can get a bit "caught up," - I was out the entire weekend.

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Gary Schenauer

Scot ... Hi. I absolutely MUST relay this incident (from about 6 months ago) to you. I was poking thru another website, and suddenly I came across a photographer with 6 pics in his "folder." The first three - posted one month before the last three - looked like pure sh-t; tilted horizon, off-center a/c, fuzzy, etc. But then the next 3 (his newer posts) were superb! Stunning shots! One had a control tower in the background. According to the "photographer," he had snapped it at San Antonio. Except the tower looked identical to the tower at PHX. Then, his second post had been "taken" at Phoenix, except it sure looked a lot like Toronto. He claimed he had also taken the third one at Phoenix ... but it had a very distinct KBOS look to it. Yep, you guessed it. The "San Antonio" pic was one of yours, the first "PHX" pic was a Mark Thomas photo, and the next one was a Chris Ianno (KBOS) shot. I reported them all, but even as I was doing that, he posted another great shot - supposedly taken at Phoenix, that turned out to be one of RWB2112's pics (San Antonio). A day later, his entire folder was gone. But I'm certain he was scratching his head wondering, "How'd they know?" lol

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Gary Schenauer

Gary, I have seen the rash too. I now ghost my watermark into my pictures. They are hard to see if you do not know where you are looking, but they are there. The sad fact is that I have seen people's work on flickr and then it turns up on FA under a different person. I hope that this becomes a lesson for people that downright steal the work of others. Also, people need to realize that after a while we all develop our own style and when you see a really good picture from Germany that a person with four photo's just posted, I look into Uwe's portfolio and see if it is his.

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Scot Wattawa

That airplane used to be owned by my flight instructor. I flew it twice, I believe.

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by mboette

Hey, Viv, I never thought of that! Excellent point (HUGE grin). The Piper owner is a local. If I see him, I'll pass your info along. Maybe it will help ease the "sting" of his defeat in this "race" yesterday. And BTW, this is the Reno Tahoe International Airport's version of "Reno Air Races." One-sided for sure, but it helps feed our appetite for air racing between the end of one year's action til the start of the next year's event. (Friendly wave)

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Gary Schenauer

Brian & Scot -- Sincere kudos to both of you for your unrelenting efforts to slam the door on this thief. A tip of my cap and a salute to both of you.
Brian - As a sidenote of info - You are not the only victim of photo theft. Over the past 18 months, I have found photos on other sites that were originally snapped by FA contributors and posted here. There are many, but to name a few FA members whose pics have been swiped and reposted elsewhere: John Marotta (KBOS), Scot Wattawa (KPHX), Uwe Zinke (Germany), Mark Thomas (Toronto), Mike Prendergast (Aust), Tim Crippin (Medford), Daniel Jef (Antilles), Colin M. (Boise), Leland Schmidt (PAE), you, and there are others. I even found a couple of mine. In fact, one of mine was submitted as an entry in a local photo contest by an airline employee as HIS photo. I saw it, and since my name was on it - in two places (blended in to portions of the background), I instructed the contest sponsor to expand the photo to 250% size, look in 2 specific places on the photo, and then have the person who submitted it explain how my name came to be in the midst of the photo twice. The entry was disqualified. My point is that when we submit pics to a public forum, there are bound to be thefts. For me, FA is the only public gallery I post to. I do post to two other sites; both private and inaccessible to the general public. When I post to FA, I do so with the full expectation that the photos I am posting might be swiped. Actually, it is a (sort of) compliment. I can assure you that, in all my many years of viewing aviation pics on numerous sites, I've never come across even one stolen from the folder of - well, you know which contributor I am referring to. No one would have any desire to steal any of that person's photos and want to take credit for it. lol So once again, Congrats on putting "Indiresha" OOB. (Wave)

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Gary Schenauer

danke!

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Uwe Zinke

sehr schön, Holydayparking hat was!!!

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Uwe Zinke

so muss es funktionieren.
zum Fra kommen, snappen, fertig!!

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Uwe Zinke

A double FA watermark and originally posted by Uwe Zinke about a month ago.

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/1757011-63bc065744b2c35d019d3afbf41718ea8db0641b/airport/EDDF/sort/votes/page/1

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by jim gevay

unless it's "Skytypers"

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by jobeard

Obviously a demonstration team, T-6's #1,2,3,4,5,6. Too bad we don't have their name.

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by jobeard

schön

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Fabian Dirscherl

danke. Irgendwann bekommst du sie.

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Fabian Dirscherl

OK - so "Big Boy" won that race. Let them touch down at the same time, and we see who can come to a dead-stop first. Give the B737 a 2000' head start on touch down, I bet the baby Piper would still stop first. ;-)

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Viv Pike

The Cherokee, which was departing from 34R, had a 2000' "head start" but the Boeing, which began its "D" roll on 34L, quickly pulled even and as both aircraft rotated toward the sky, the SW moved ahead, easily winning the departure race.

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Gary Schenauer

ZM145 RAF F35B

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Cameron Tatchell

This is "the Movie Memphis Bell" which was used in the movie by the same name. It is now in Geneseo. NY. The original Memphis Bell has been restored and is now at the USAF Museum in Dayton, OH.

Written on 2018年 07月 17日 by Raymond Puff

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