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BOEING 767-300 (N350AN) - American 173 making a smoky crosswind landing at Raleigh-Durham International arriving from London Heathrow at 3:25 P.M.   This aircraft is one of only a few aircraft in the AAL 2013 livery to have the old livery Winglets.  Photo taken November 29, 2015.
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BOEING 767-300 (N350AN)

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American 173 making a smoky crosswind landing at Raleigh-Durham International arriving from London Heathrow at 3:25 P.M. This aircraft is one of only a few aircraft in the AAL 2013 livery to have the old livery Winglets. Photo taken November 29, 2015.

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Gary Schenauer
FANTASTIC timing, Dwight! Super snap and cap! Fill in all five stars for this excellent capture! Congrats!
Dwight HartjePhoto Uploader
Thank you very much, Gary! I was elated when I got American 173 landing before the building that blokes me from getting this kind of shot more often. There is an airport building that tends to bloke the touchdown area view, but every once in a wile an aircraft lands early.
Jordan Hartje
Best landing photo of a 767-300 at RDU.
Mark See
A very nice touchdown shot of the "Heavy" 767. Well done and a 5 star vote to you.
Dwight HartjePhoto Uploader
Thank you very much, Jordan!
Gary Schenauer
Dwight >> The TWA heritage livery will be heading to RDU in about an hour. It will stay overnight and depart tomorrow morning at 7:30 AM.
Dwight HartjePhoto Uploader
Thank you very much, Mark!
Dwight HartjePhoto Uploader
Thanks for the information, Gary! Unfortunately, I won't be able to see it.
Gary Schenauer
Dwight ... Sorry you weren't able to be there to click it, but I'm sure there WILL be a "next time." (2 Thumbs Up)
Nick Fenton
Amazing! PERFECT photo, and I give this 5 stars.
Dwight HartjePhoto Uploader
Thank you very much, FSXBoeing737Pilot! I think it's my best timed photo.
Nick Fenton
I agree! This is the only one now in new livery but old winglets, the two to originally have it were N350AN and N382AN, but N382AN is now stored.
Dwight HartjePhoto Uploader
Thank you, FGXVBoeing737Pilot, for the information!
Nick Fenton
You're welcome. I know 350 is their newest.
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