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Great pic but I don't think that's a pigeon

Written on 07/20/2017 by Ian Parker

?

Written on 07/20/2017 by Guido Warnecke

Just saw it today at kthv

Written on 07/20/2017 by Eric Anstine

Every plane spotter would be too embarrassed to upload this.

Written on 07/20/2017 by Guido Warnecke

Brings back memories!

Written on 07/20/2017 by Candace Sherchan

A ride in an old Stearman, with my Godfather, 60 years ago, was responsible for my getting my ASEL 7 years later.
I'll never forget that flight. This brings up wonderful memories. Thanks for sharing your picture!

Written on 07/20/2017 by Candace Sherchan

Just as a note, the aircraft is an AN74-100. It went into service in 2011.

Written on 07/20/2017 by Alan Brown

Spectacular paint job on a beautiful classically styled plane. Thanks for sharing.

Written on 07/20/2017 by Candace Sherchan

Thanks for posting the picture. What a great duster!

Written on 07/20/2017 by Candace Sherchan

Allan... that's a pity... this aircraft should be preserved for future generations... just saying!

Written on 07/20/2017 by cliff731

Your right Cliff.... its days are NUMBERED...!!

Written on 07/20/2017 by Allan Hickman

Greetings...

Written on 07/20/2017 by Tomás Del Coro

Sorry... wrong aircraft. Aircraft pictured is 405LM not 450LM

Written on 07/20/2017 by SHAWNBBARON

RIP

Written on 07/20/2017 by gretnabear

Preciosa

Written on 07/20/2017 by Alvaro Molina

Linda foto del verano Curtiss

Written on 07/20/2017 by Alvaro Molina

???

Written on 07/20/2017 by Guido Warnecke

now we have another contributor who uploads tons of bad photos on to the flightaware site...

Written on 07/20/2017 by Guido Warnecke

danke Olli!!
das sind die Momente die ich liebe!!

Written on 07/20/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Airport code where this was taken was D52 not KGEE

Written on 07/20/2017 by sam kuminecz

Looks like riccardo van puttkammer's work from geneseo. What's the airport code KGEE for some of your photos? Not geneseo NY where this was taken

Written on 07/20/2017 by sam kuminecz

Klasse Uwe

Written on 07/20/2017 by Oliver Holzbauer

MAGNIFICENT!!!

Written on 07/20/2017 by kim2848

Thank you again, Sam.

Thank you, Gary for your sage advice and words.

Written on 07/20/2017 by Scot Wattawa

Alas, poor "Pinky" doesn't have too much longer to live... :-(

Written on 07/20/2017 by cliff731

" PINKY " to be scrapped at the end of JULY....

Written on 07/20/2017 by Allan Hickman

That's a BIG crosswind...116 knots!

Written on 07/20/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

A rare bird nowadays, even for the Greek AF. Thanks for the shot Allan!

Written on 07/20/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

YSWG is Wagga. ;) I think you meant YWOL.

Great shot though!

Written on 07/20/2017 by Robert Myers

Agreed Gary. Everyone has their own perspective on what's a 5 star photo. It's art remember. If YOU didn't like the shot you would have never posted it. I admire your work and keep it up.

Written on 07/20/2017 by sam kuminecz

Is that the emergency landing on the Long Island Motorway?
Quite an impressive landing!

Written on 07/20/2017 by Yusef Elnahas

Howdy again, Scot. As Sam has already said, the important stat is the number of Views. Every aviation agency I deal with is interested in just one stat ... how many Views the photos are getting. One airline agent told me, "Everyone in aviation marketing knows how photograph ratings on open-to-the-public websites can be manipulated by unscrupulous viewers." She said, "An angry spouse, a ten-year-old child, or, most often, a lousy photographer who is jealous of another photographer for any number of reasons can easily skew the rating." (NM, AP and LP do exactly that here in my area.) But then she told me, "Just remember, in order for a person to vote on a photo, the person MUST "view" it ... and every View adds to the View total ... and (she emphasized) THAT is what we are interested in." Your clicks are always *****, Scot. Your View totals are the proof. Thanx for sharing them and please keep 'em coming. (Tip of my spotter's cap to you.)

Written on 07/19/2017 by Gary Schenauer

I'll look into it. My friend is a FA for WL and claimed that was the bird from BUF- BWI

Written on 07/19/2017 by sam kuminecz

RIP

Written on 07/19/2017 by gretnabear

Do you know Matt Cochran?

Written on 07/19/2017 by Grant Bush

Later model Merlin 3C (SA226T). Huge range with 4300 pounds fuel capacity. 7PSI Pressurization Differential gives a very comfortable low Cabin Altitude in cruise.

Written on 07/19/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Hi, Sam. Michael is spot-on correct. You must have misread the reg number. N8535S entered revenue service on 29 June, but in its short flight history it has never been to Buffalo.

Written on 07/19/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Pulled over for speeding?

Written on 07/19/2017 by Torsten Hoff

A search of all history for N8535S back to Renton has no hits. This photo and the other are not of this aircraft.

Written on 07/19/2017 by Michael Wetmore

definitely a 5 star photo, crisp, unique angle, great lighting....keep up the good shots Scot

Written on 07/19/2017 by sam kuminecz

danke mathias, eben so!

Written on 07/19/2017 by Uwe Zinke

perfect!!

Written on 07/19/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Hi Gary!!
think is much hotter like here. today we have 35 degrees celsius.
absolute perfect pic!!

Written on 07/19/2017 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Mark!

Written on 07/19/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Nice catch Uwe!

Written on 07/19/2017 by Mark Thomas

Beautiful!

Written on 07/19/2017 by Dan Little

thank you Carlos!

Written on 07/19/2017 by Uwe Zinke

danke Mathias!

Written on 07/19/2017 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Gary!!

Written on 07/19/2017 by Uwe Zinke

This is a Citation S550 with Wide Clamshell Cabin Door

Written on 07/19/2017 by rvnawab

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