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TYVM, Scot. This is a special event; I'm leaving now to pick up my media pass to be in the local media group on the ramp covering POTUS's arrival. The restrictions didn't say anything about removable lenses. I hope there isn't one because all my cameras have such lenses. Oh, well, I guess I'll know very soon. (lol) Thank you for the reply, Scot. I don't think "Camera Throw" is applicable to me but again, I guess I'll know soon. (Wave of Thanks)

Written on 23/08/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Chris I love the 65s. Always a treat to see. Saw one at osh and it was gorgeous.

Written on 23/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

ICAO code for the F-100 super sabre is SSAB

Written on 23/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

Thank you, Gary.

I have never heard of that term before. The only thing I could think of is the throw of a variable focused lens. My lenses do not get bigger or smaller no matter the focus I am using. Unless you have special access, I think you should be fine. The only restriction I have heard of is if you go to an event and they do not allow DSLR's or camera's that have removable lenses.

Written on 23/08/2017 by Scot Wattawa

What a beauty!!!

Written on 23/08/2017 by 96flstc

Flying above Brussels heading to Brussels Airport on 22-08-2017 - 18hrs

Written on 23/08/2017 by Marc SEGERS

Hi Jack - did you mean the Fokker 100 designation - if so the auto system read F100 as Fokker 100 not what you wanted

Bring the pic up and remove the designation completely - leave it blank and someone will tell you the correct one

Written on 23/08/2017 by ian mcdonell

Beautiful shot Sam! By the way, I checked to see how many Beech Queenairs are currently on the market. Only one! An A65 built in 1968, currently in Arkansas.

Written on 23/08/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Way COOL!! Nice contrast between the aircraft! Thank you Sam!

Written on 23/08/2017 by Michael Richardson

Uwe, I agree with Roland! Keep showing these fantastic A/Ps!

Written on 23/08/2017 by Michael Richardson

Such a GREAT airplane!!

Written on 23/08/2017 by Michael Richardson

Thank you Uwe! The queen looks like she is smiling!

Written on 23/08/2017 by Michael Richardson

122 Fighter Wing Fort Wayne Indiana USA

Written on 22/08/2017 by Jack Lahrman

Chris... it's a Ayres Thrush S-2R 1340, built in 1995. Ayres Corporation is now Thrush Aircraft, but this one was built back when Ayres owned the company.

Written on 22/08/2017 by cliff731

I agree with Dave and USAF ... it is a neat pic. But if you are the person who posted it and if you want it deleted, just click on the blue word "Report" (which is right below your comment) and ask them to delete it. Takes about ten seconds or so. If you posted it, they'll delete it no questions asked. If you aren't the person who posted it, you'll need to provide an explanation why you want it deleted. If you are claiming it is a stolen photo, you'll need to provide proof (ie: a link to the original post, etc.).

Written on 22/08/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Yea 747s are rare for me too. So I usually take as many as I can get while I have them over me. Usually cargolux stays east of me on their Dallas to Chicago flights. Must have been some weather some where to bring him right over this time.

Written on 22/08/2017 by Chris Collinsworth

anyone know what the aircraft type is for flightaware for this?

Written on 22/08/2017 by Chris Collinsworth

Isn't this plane the one used in Conair?

Written on 22/08/2017 by Chris Collinsworth

Fantastic Pic!

Written on 22/08/2017 by daniel sj

Excellent captures as always, Scot. And I'm wondering if you can answer a question I have. Do you know what the photographic term "Camera Throw" means? (As in when a media directive states "Camera Throw 80 feet.") I've looked everywhere but all I can find is a reference to a camera ball that is thrown up in the air. I only have about 11 hours to find out if the media instruction applies to me or not. I was hoping you might know. Those two Air Force aircraft that are currently in your town are coming here tomorrow and I'm on the media access squad to meet them, but I have no idea what the "Camera Throw" restriction means so I don't know if it applies to me using my Canon camera.

Written on 22/08/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Nice picture

Written on 22/08/2017 by usaf12367

That is a great shot Leland, well done!

Written on 22/08/2017 by Dave Sheehy

This is a awsome picture jack you should keep it

Written on 22/08/2017 by usaf12367

August 5th, 1989 was merger day- 28 years ago. Wonder who the photographer was...

Thanks for posting, Sam!

Written on 22/08/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Hi Jack, if you want to delete it you can send an email to Flight Aware support and ask;

support@flightaware.com

Its actually a pretty cool shot, I like it!

Written on 22/08/2017 by Dave Sheehy

Alitalia the best flight company In our days

Written on 22/08/2017 by Diana Zaidman

Crop duster

Written on 22/08/2017 by usaf12367

Nice I've seen c17s taxi and take off I've also got a tour of one they are really cool planes

Written on 22/08/2017 by usaf12367

It looks like the plane in the background is going for a piggyback ride on the 747

Written on 22/08/2017 by usaf12367

great shot gary

Written on 22/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

Hi Jack Lahrman would like to know who put that up there and how to get it down and i'm new at this need some help at this thanks

Written on 22/08/2017 by Jack Lahrman

Have fun looks like a cool plane

Written on 22/08/2017 by usaf12367

Nice picture and a cool plane

Written on 22/08/2017 by usaf12367

Yep

A 747 is a reare treat for me cargolux is the only airline that flies there 747s into Indianapolis

Written on 22/08/2017 by usaf12367

Hi Jack Lahrman yes it is a North American F100F do not no know who put that up ther

Written on 22/08/2017 by Jack Lahrman

If the eclipse had not been occurring, this shot would have been severely degraded for two reasons. Without the eclipse, the bright late morning sun would have created an intense reflection from the silver fuselage and it would also have generated high temps on the runway surface that would have resulted in heavy heat wave distortion. So from a photographic viewpoint, N905NN arrived here from DFW at the best possible time.

Written on 22/08/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Aah, that Turtle logo! The little things we soon forget about! Keep 'em comin' Sam. There's also people on here who have never seen a DC8 or a Tristar. These are little time capsules into a bygone era, fantastic!

Written on 22/08/2017 by Mark Thomas

Thanks Sam, wasn't quite sure what I was looking at there with the black smoke off on a tangent like that but it's the remnant of the ring.
Nice catch Hunter!

Written on 22/08/2017 by Mark Thomas

ICAO code is SSAB

Written on 22/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

Nice photo though.

Written on 22/08/2017 by Michael Carden

Looks more like a North American F-100F than a Fokker

Written on 22/08/2017 by Michael Carden

Thank you. Kind of a rare sight around these parts.

Written on 22/08/2017 by Chris Collinsworth

Nice photo Sam. I've refueled this beauty many times at KATL many times in the late 80's. Those were the days.

Written on 22/08/2017 by Louis Holder

corrected thanks

Written on 22/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

That brings back some memories.

Written on 22/08/2017 by Todd Baldwin

It's a 727-100, actually.

Written on 22/08/2017 by Phil Brooks

I've seen the video from madras OR, looked busier than Oshkosh for the taxi for takeoff

Written on 22/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

Thanks USAF, thought I uploaded em all. Found another few hundred.

Written on 22/08/2017 by sam kuminecz

Fantastic photo...well done

Written on 22/08/2017 by David Browett

Brilliant photos, good aperture on camera indeed

Written on 22/08/2017 by David Browett

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