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Amazing! Good job!

Written on 21/08/2019 by Daniel Hunt

jesse kyzer - the silver airplane with the yellow & black checkerboard tail? That one is not a Swift. It appears to be Van's RV-6 aircraft.

Written on 21/08/2019 by cliff731

Thanks Andrew!

Written on 21/08/2019 by Shabbir Bashar

hmm; never seen a 4-place :)

Written on 21/08/2019 by a mentor

"I love it"Beautiful"As well as formidable!!"

Written on 21/08/2019 by Jose Lauzardo

N2268F (1966 Cessna 310L)
Over 53 yrs and lookin’ good!!
(how about the swift in background?)

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

(41-30669) ''Tondelayo''(wHITE CARGO). -. 1944 - North American B-25H MITCHELL
Some history at: https://www.pacificwrecks.com/aircraft/b-25/41-30669.html
tHIS pic is a repaint owned by Collings Foundation

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

yes, Chris, maybe one of the mega aero companies will bring it back like LoPresti Swift Fury did with the swift

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

fuzz? what's fuzz

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

just what it is registered as, and
didn't list mods afterward

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

long ez 2 pl tandem
cozy 4 pl

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Amazing Photo!

Written on 21/08/2019 by Andrew Hathaway

Thanks for the update :)

Written on 21/08/2019 by a mentor

Constructed as a 1941?C-47-DL Serial: 41-38644by Douglas at Long Beach, California
Some history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=68883
Ex Reeve Aleutian Airways, Bob Reeve of Reeve Aleutian Airways picked this aircraft up surplus from the Army Air Corp in 1946. It flew with the company for 27 years before it was sold to Northern Air Cargo.
Haven't found any mil history yet

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Mike Prendergast is correct, this photo is an A-7 Corsair.
The A-7 has the refueling probe on the right side of the fuselage and even when it's retracted it's still semi-exposed or visible.
The A-7 Corsair does not have a variable-incidence wing for take offs and landings and is sub-sonic.

The Vought F-8 Crusader does have the variable-incidence wing, and the refueling probe is on the left side of the fuselage and is completely covered when not in use. It is also supersonic and is about 8' longer than the A-7.

Written on 21/08/2019 by jim gevay

N300TT (1980 Beech F33A Bonanza)

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

?

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Seems to me the uploader SHOULD know and post some numbers that are on subject

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

?

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Seems to me the uploader SHOULD know and post some numbers that are on subject

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

?

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

?

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

N9767 (1943 CONSOLIDATED VULTEE 28-5ACF) (PBY/OA-10 Catalina) owned by SOARING BY THE SEA LLC
Some history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=72884

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

N9767 (1943 CONSOLIDATED VULTEE 28-5ACF) (PBY/OA-10 Catalina) owned by SOARING BY THE SEA LLC
Some history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=72884

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

don't think so as it doesn't show the slot where the wing changes AOA for takeoff/landings

Written on 21/08/2019 by a mentor

Mike prendergast - it is neither a Canberra nor a MiG... it is an Ilyushin Il-28U.

Written on 21/08/2019 by cliff731

There appears to be an undelivered LOT 737MAX8 to the right edge of the pic.

Written on 21/08/2019 by AWspicious13

I departed out of PANC at 0705 on July 23rd, direct to KSEA with Alaska on a B739. From Row 29 as we taxiied I noticed that RWY 33 was closed due to WIP. We departed on 7L. Wish I had seen N963CE departing...

Written on 21/08/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

Canberra or Mig?

Written on 21/08/2019 by mike prendergast

A7 Corsair?

Written on 21/08/2019 by mike prendergast

Great photo. Fabulous lighting. Anyone know why they parked it with the flaps down?

Written on 21/08/2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

Well stated, Gary... it's always good to "go back home" for a "visit"... :-)

And my sincere and genuine thanks for your "20+ years of military service"...!!!

Brave airmen, soldiers, sailors, and marines, such as you did, continue to keep us safe at night in our peaceful and restful slumber.

Tipping my hat here to ya!!! :-)

Just saying.

Written on 21/08/2019 by cliff731

Thank you, Joan. I appreciate your comment. (Wave)

Written on 20/08/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Oh, man, I am SERIOUSLY going to miss seeing Mad Dogs in the skies. The sight, and the sound, of a Mad Dog pax jet taking off is, for me, the last remaining reminder of all the great large tail-mounted jetliners (Tridents, B727s, VC-10s, TU-154s, Sud Caravelles, BAC-111s, Ilyushin 62s, etc., etc.). True, there are tail-mounts flying today, but none create the memory jog of the old liners that the Mad Dog does. Definitely going to miss them. It was a thrill capturing this old Delta Dog hammering past and then making this hard climb into the sky over western New York.

Written on 20/08/2019 by Gary Schenauer

very good shot!

Written on 20/08/2019 by Joan Williams

Id love to hear those turbo jets. Amazing there are still people out there willing to pay for the fuel and maintenance to keep those running.

Written on 20/08/2019 by Ryan Hodges

sure looks like Rutan's LongEZ
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rutan_Long-EZ#/media/File:NOAA-Long-EZ.jpg

Written on 20/08/2019 by a mentor

Bokaro General Airport, India ??

Written on 20/08/2019 by Daniel Rytz

please provide informations, where, why, who, when, how....

Written on 20/08/2019 by Daniel Rytz

Wow, what a Frankenstein.
Thanks for the pic! Truly an unusual aircraft.

Written on 20/08/2019 by Chris Bryant

N142LE (2003 Co-Z Cozy Mark IV C/N 01)

Written on 20/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

N51KB - 1944? P-51D-25-NA Mustang "Ain't Misbehavin" Serial #: 44-74009
Some history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=26487

Written on 20/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

C-FDTD (1944 Douglas DC3C C/N 12253)
Some history at: https://www.skiesmag.com/news/plane-savers-d-day-douglas-dc-3-flies-again/
Over 75 yrs and lookin’ good!!

Written on 20/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

N6033X (1979 BEECH 95-B55 (T42A)
Over 40 yrs and lookin’ good!!

Written on 20/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

My most grateful Thanks to the many people who arranged for me to have fabulous access to my birthplace airport. I left Buffalo in 1968 at age 18 to begin my 20+ years of military service and the airport that existed back then is long gone and has been replaced by this superb facility. My many film prints of the former Greater Buffalo International have now been enhanced by the hundreds of digital shots I took while airside, on the grounds, and from the twelve excellent perimeter spotting locations. Once again, Thank You to all at KBUF.

Written on 20/08/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Jesse is mostly correct, but it's SCAN-30, not a Grumman Widgeon.
While they look the same there are significant differences, not many parts can be switched from one to another without modification or alteration.
This one is one of 7 Magnum conversions, 350hp Lycoming GTSIO-540s and props off a Piper Navajo Chieftain (flat rated to 300hp).
N.B. I know the owner of this airplane and what they had to do to restore it, it's one of the most beautiful SCANs / Widgeons out there, inside and out.
I do agree though, Great photo.

Written on 20/08/2019 by Bill Bailey

Chris; it was cool and unexpected we were on the beach about 5pm waiting on the sunset and got a bonus airshow!

Written on 20/08/2019 by michael totty

Tom Reilly and his very talented craftsman recently, substantially finished the project (approximate 10 year restoration). True artisans. It is an incredible airplane. Currently, the only flying example of its kind. Search the web and you will find some impressive videos and stories regarding the P82’s history and this ac’s unique history. Truly an icon of North American Aviaition.

Written on 20/08/2019 by Muszynski

Must be short of cash Mark-travelling on that bird?Nice pic though!

Written on 20/08/2019 by mike prendergast

thanks, it's my pleasure.

Written on 20/08/2019 by brasov123

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