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Not a fake. Wellknown story from the 10's
See the next images and the end of the story:
https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/sdut-canadian-jet-crashes-during-air-show-practice-2010jul24-story.html
or : https://macleans.ca/news/canada/lethbridge-airshow-pilot-recalls-crash/

Written on 02/23/2024 by Luc Barbier

flying billboard for a few, because to see it one has to be at an airport.

Written on 02/23/2024 by Carl-Otto Jaeschke

Why is this photo on the N123hg page??

Written on 02/22/2024 by John Muir

Well done. That's a very impressive shot.

Written on 02/22/2024 by Donald Geddes

To Lewis Ellwanger : Thank you !

Written on 02/22/2024 by Pavel Hon

That is an amazing shot!!!

Written on 02/22/2024 by Lewis Ellwanger

To Tom Heaverlo : Thank you very much !

Written on 02/22/2024 by Pavel Hon

Wow! What a great shot Pavel!

Written on 02/22/2024 by Tom Heaverlo

GRRRR8 pix of 747-400

Written on 02/22/2024 by Bob Hackney

A superb shot.

Written on 02/22/2024 by YetAnotherPlanespotter

Excellent capture of the background mountains and clouds. Lovely!

Written on 02/22/2024 by YetAnotherPlanespotter

Moody skies contrasted well with the white fuselage. Well done!

Written on 02/22/2024 by YetAnotherPlanespotter

Beautiful illumination.

Written on 02/22/2024 by YetAnotherPlanespotter

A nice shot that highlights the interior lights. Well done.

Written on 02/22/2024 by YetAnotherPlanespotter

I agree.

Written on 02/21/2024 by Marcelino Shabo

Steam Gauges may be old, but they remain most reliable and stable.

Written on 02/21/2024 by turbo6go

GEY - Summer of 1993

Written on 02/21/2024 by Mike Beckhoff

It's a B773 btw. Boeing 777-367ER ex Cathay Pacific B-KPJ

Written on 02/21/2024 by Alan Macdonald

Right place at the right time. Great shot.

Written on 02/21/2024 by mrvair

Great shot of a beautiful A340.

Written on 02/21/2024 by mrvair

From this photo, I can almost hear it

Written on 02/21/2024 by Peter Quintanilla

Great Shot thank you *****

Written on 02/21/2024 by Richard Schmidt

I used to fly that 172 when she lived in Maine a couple years ago.

Written on 02/21/2024 by lowflyingcessna

I used to fly that airplane when it lived in Maine many years ago. She was a good bird.

Written on 02/21/2024 by lowflyingcessna

nice shot

Written on 02/20/2024 by thurau99

Nice shot!

Written on 02/20/2024 by Tranell Mayes

The number on the tail of the helicopter is NOT AN "N" NUMBER!!! It is the USCG serial number for the helicopter.

Written on 02/20/2024 by Paul Wisgerhof

That's the strangest Cessna Citation I have ever seen!

Written on 02/20/2024 by Vaughn Blue Jr

Sadly lost in a collision with a B-17 at Redbird Dec 2022….. she’ll be missed RIP to all lost

Written on 02/20/2024 by Steve OBrien

Where is the sound????

Written on 02/20/2024 by Richard Schmidt

I saw these a/craft whilst visiting Christchurch during Feb 2009 and the airport was included in my visit there.

Written on 02/20/2024 by Richard Schmidt

Great picture!

Written on 02/19/2024 by Mike Connor

"SNB = Slow Navy Bomber!"

Written on 02/19/2024 by James Driskell

While employed by Hughes Helicopters I watched a film of the NOTAR backing into heavy brush. A great design.

Written on 02/19/2024 by Richard Whitmeyer

She looked so much nicer in the white paint scheme.

Written on 02/19/2024 by L Gregory Curtis

Awesome! Sick ride man

Written on 02/19/2024 by Jake Weede

Thank You Ken!

Written on 02/19/2024 by John Giambone

I like the graphic on the tail. My wife loved going to Charlotte, NC and our oldest daughter is named Charlotte. I'll tell her that's her plane as her name is on it.

Written on 02/19/2024 by Larry Toler

Nice looking Bird!
Now the Red and white Embraer from YBL has a buddy.

Written on 02/18/2024 by steve bell

Sucking it in hard!! Great shot.

Written on 02/18/2024 by adelma

Nice shot!

Any idea what that is sticking up above the engine cowl, in line with the exhaust?

Written on 02/18/2024 by adelma

This must be KLM so it must be landing at Sint Maarten

Written on 02/18/2024 by Jim Costello

On a wing and a 'purr'.

Written on 02/18/2024 by Jim Costello

In and out at warp speed

Written on 02/18/2024 by Jim Costello

Now thats what I call a real belly flop

Written on 02/18/2024 by Jim Costello

They have just been released from the Bermuda Triangle

Written on 02/18/2024 by Jim Costello

To Colin Seftel - corrected ;-) , thank you.

Written on 02/18/2024 by Pavel Hon

To ken kemper - Thank you very much !

Written on 02/18/2024 by Pavel Hon

Does that guy in the water want the drink or the doll? One now the other later!

Written on 02/18/2024 by Jim Costello

To terry kelsey - Yes ! Thank you !

Written on 02/18/2024 by Pavel Hon

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