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These were good times.

Written on 03/06/2020 by gtmotorsports

Love this.

Written on 03/06/2020 by gtmotorsports

Really nice shot.
I never realized how much of a cantilever the DC-6 had.

Written on 03/06/2020 by Chris Bryant

Beautiful. What airline.

Written on 03/06/2020 by chalet

Nice close up of the B727 - my favorite airplane

Written on 03/06/2020 by Darryl Sarno

Great photo and history! Thank you for sharing!

Written on 03/06/2020 by Darryl Sarno

Thank you for this photo. It isn't often that you get to see the end of an era in aircraft flight and have a photo of it also.

Written on 03/06/2020 by Alan Brown

Owned by Textron. Corporate troubleshooter?

Written on 03/06/2020 by Robert Cowling

Generally, on landing, the flaps and slats are more fully deployed.

Written on 03/06/2020 by Robert Cowling

Robert Cowling, why are you so retarded?

Written on 03/06/2020 by Rich Boddy

I like that look. Colorful, clean. Great shot!

Written on 03/06/2020 by Robert Cowling

At least no passenger complaints. Although containers can get unruly if they aren't tied down well.

Written on 03/06/2020 by Robert Cowling

The DC-6B went out of production in 1958 with 286 built. This may have been one of the last.

Written on 03/06/2020 by Paul Wisgerhof

thank you, Gavin

Written on 03/06/2020 by Fabian Dirscherl

Ready for takeoff and a fun day of soaring at Warner Springs

Written on 03/06/2020 by william palmer

Thanks Gavin, OK where I'm at...Thank you.

Written on 03/06/2020 by Tom Vance

It is the EMS helicopter based out of Susanville CA since early 2016. It is one of the first AS-350 B3e models purchased by PHI and set up for air medical by Metro. The AS-350B3e is now designated H-125 by Airbus

Written on 03/06/2020 by pwilliams4550

Gavin,Thanks for the detailed information about Avianca. In any case, I'd be happy if they take this opportunity to launch a new service to NRT as the new Avianca. The major airlines have moved to HND since the summer schedule, so it's a lonely NRT.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Yoshihiro Oshita

Hi Yoshihiro, it has entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but from my limited understanding of US financial law, it doesn't necessarily mean the end.

In Australia we have businesses that go into what's called administration which means an administrator operates the business and tries to get that business either successfully trading again, or looks to sell the business, exactly what's happening now with Virgin Australia.

I believe Chapter 11 bankruptcy is similar so Avianca MAY (stress may) come back either as Avianca or perhaps as a new identity. Perhaps also, there may not be a way out and they will disappear. It's a matter of wait and see. Hope this hasn't been too much information!

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Hi Gavin. Yes, the long ramp is a testament to the sheer size of the A319.
By the way, more photos of LX-GVV on my blog, sorakara-gon's blog: https://sorakara-gon.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/
If you are interested, please check it out. Also, I'm uploading the movie though it's out of focus for the whole movie.(^^;)

Written on 02/06/2020 by Yoshihiro Oshita

Thanks rwb.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Very nice shot Brian, not easy, but really well executed and even better with beautiful light.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

I have to ask myself...how the heck did I miss this. Fantastic shot Brian.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Well Chris, that will be arranged.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

So glad to hear your situation is ok Sandi. Pity the 747s are disappearing, not just Virgin, but overall as the old ones go out of service and very few new ones are made and sold. Thank you for the compliment too, but like most of us, I'm just an enthusiastic amateur.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great pic, and well, you can't have everything.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great motion shot Brian and super kudos for all your other treats in this group.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Terrific photo Brian and agree, well done to be on it then get it departing.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great shot Ken.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Awesome.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Makes an A319 look absolutely huge. Very interesting aspect.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

And we're on the ground! Great pic.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gavin Hughes

What camera?

Written on 02/06/2020 by Gafin Vod

1942 Piper J3C-65 (NC51500)

Written on 02/06/2020 by Jim Metzger

Appreciate it. No, no night shots, unfortunately.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Falcon05

Wow, that little guy has gotten around since 1995.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Robert Cowling

Quel bel oiseau!

Written on 02/06/2020 by MARC AVILES

Beautiful!

Written on 02/06/2020 by Philip Bradshaw

Thanks Gavin. Comments from such a pro are appreciated. Yes we have seen the same reports on TV, but OK here. As for airliners, it appears that the VIR 747's will never return, after years of 3 to 5 of them a day.

Written on 02/06/2020 by Sandi Jones

Most excellent speed photo! Wow!

Written on 02/06/2020 by BigAlOutWest

Nice job Steve! Love it! 5***

Written on 02/06/2020 by Dave Sheehy

Thanks Gavin. I actually don't have a photo of MMO. I'll look forward to seeing that taxiing out shot and the one in the later livery from '85!

Written on 02/06/2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

An all around exceptional shot! Sunrise reflection on the building and a SWA next in line.

Written on 02/06/2020 by rwb2112

Really nice work with the slow shutter!

Written on 02/06/2020 by rwb2112

Greatness!

Written on 02/06/2020 by rwb2112

Very nice, are you holding out on some sweet night shots of this beauty?

Written on 02/06/2020 by rwb2112

That's too awesome, fly home on it and then get shots of the last departure from SA. Bravo!

Written on 02/06/2020 by rwb2112

Another Epic blast from the past!

Gavin, We got this!

Written on 01/06/2020 by rwb2112

I thought the Mooney Aircoupe had just one vertical fin?

Written on 01/06/2020 by fholbert

a sound like no other! sweet mother singing.

Written on 01/06/2020 by Cole Neill

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