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This takeoff departure shows a shallow departure while the gear is in transition.
Noted that the flight was 13:04 hours.
Great show of the wheels and gear doors.

Written on 13/12/2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

No wonder the departure angel of attach is so steep; the below show mostly short-legs for this heavy, long-hauler.

Written on 13/12/2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

thank you!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Michael!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Uwe Zinke

Always amazes me that "we" get these engineering marvels off the ground-go some place-return to the ground safely all with a few knobs, levers, switches, etc.

Hats off to the dreamers, the engineers, the implementers and all the craftsmen men who make it happen.

Written on 13/12/2019 by William Monti

"Steep climb out", my thought exactly. Perhaps a relocation flight, hence passenger-less?

Written on 13/12/2019 by john doe

What a beautiful, LONG, flying tube! I love the looks and flying on 757s. Took a ride on a United/Continental 737-300 long John from SFO to Maui a few years back. One of my favorite aircraft.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

This is not N918WN. N918WN is Illinois One and the flag on this one is not the state flag of Illinois. This looks like Missouri One.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Gary Schenauer

what a shot!! I love it.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Micky ch

Nice pic! I love head shots.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

VERY cool pic. Very cool plane. Very cool livery!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

I like this one! I always loved the MD-80s, oops! I mean 717.they could have called it BD-80 ("Bad Dog 80"). 717 is almost an insult for craft type. If its a duck, then call it a duck. Good example is DC-10 to MD-11.That shows some respect, and rolls off the tongue, unlike "717."
BTW, isn't that climb out a bit steep! Some serious thrust, huh?

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice pic!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Last plane to leave the airfield before the zombies catch up? All the other planes got a head start?

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice pic! The lens creates an intriguing optical illusion.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice pic, Gary! Dean, how did you obtain a driver's license at age 12? Haha! Pretty good writing, grammar and expression for an adolescent! I'd guess the 1st digit of your real age is a "3" or higher?

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Another beautiful pic! Thanks for sharing all of these great photos with us!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Yet another beautiful, artistic shot! I love the contrast of all the bright multicolored lights against the dark background, plus the wet tarmac reflections.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Really nice pic! I really like the feeling of movement, with the props spinning visibly, and the background just a blur from the planes's takeoff speed.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Thank you Ken & Robert

Written on 13/12/2019 by John Giambone

Great angle for your pic. Really nice shot. Beautiful bird!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

What a great shot! Fascinating perspective, and quite artistic. Very cool. Reminds me of seeing 747s pull up to the gate at MIA when I was about 12 years old, and park about 15 feet from the windows at the gate. I could see the pilots' faces, and sometimes get a wave. It was a unique thrill to see how gargantuan they were (are). Thanks for the photo and memories.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Nice pic of one of the ugliest aircraft ever to (hopefully) leave the ground. It looks like the wing struts were glued onto the fuselage. I wouldn't get on that plane unless it was an emergency. It doesn't even look aerodynamic, more like a cattle trailer.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Michael Wulfsohn

Most of issues were related to pilots not understanding the flight controls and how to handle EO situations properly. There were no changes made to the aircraft, but pilots had to have special training. It's got to do with the MU using spoilers for roll control, not ailerons.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Stefan Sobol

According to the US Energy Information Administration burning coal to generate electricity releases approximately 50% more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere per unit of energy than burning gasoline.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Dan Marotta

thank you Ken!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Uwe Zinke

As a lifelong resident of No KY (yes I even know where Limaburg Rd is), I like any pics from CVG but this is a great capture John, THX

Written on 13/12/2019 by Robert Dickey

Nice photo Mr. FSX Boeing.

I appreciate your kind comments on my FDX Airbus Deicing Photo from Appleton, WI.

Written on 13/12/2019 by ken kemper

Cool Photo Uwe...........

Written on 13/12/2019 by ken kemper

John

As a former Cincinnatian I do like the spot on the end of runway 27......

Great place to watch planes & a great photo.

Written on 13/12/2019 by ken kemper

Always impressed with your photos and with indicating registration numbers on every photos!

Written on 13/12/2019 by goodluck747400

Always nice to see the Salmon-Thirty-Salmon. Thanks to AS for keeping the story going.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Dan Chiasson

Cool photo! I've read that these planes have safety issues.(??)

Written on 13/12/2019 by David Halligan

Nice shot of a tough old girl earning her keep!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Dan Chiasson

I can't tell. Is there a safety person on the brakes in the cockpit?

Written on 13/12/2019 by Joe Wood

I worked in Avionics and Electrical Engineering at Mitsubishi Aircraft International July 79 through the company's closure in March 1986. The MU-2 (both long and short models) were a fun project to work on. And the Japanese professionals brought over from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Nagoya, Japan were wonderful wot work with - extremely interested in their "American experience".
If they were still here, I might probably still be with them.

Written on 13/12/2019 by jebariou

More great work

Written on 13/12/2019 by Chris Collinsworth

great shot! Are the wingtips different on the other a350? I;m pretty sure they are.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Sundar Carey

Buena fotografía ✈️

Written on 13/12/2019 by Cesar Diaz

Thank you guys. But Luke not around there parts it isnt rare.

Written on 13/12/2019 by Chris Collinsworth

Nice.

Written on 13/12/2019 by jthyland

We used to fuel with 115-145. Now 100LL.

Written on 13/12/2019 by jthyland

thank you Tom!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Tom, will do my best!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Uwe Zinke

Jesus that flap angle! Look like its at 90 degrees lol!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Dylan Kortman

Very nice!

Written on 13/12/2019 by nicolas50

Now there's a rare sight! Nice one!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Luke Bettis

December 12 2019.. this plane was landed hard on I-5 near CRQ after report of smoke in the cockpit. Nose gear collapsed, prop trashed. Everyone ok.

Written on 13/12/2019 by QuickBurn

Wow, looks like Godzilla!

Written on 13/12/2019 by Alex Georgescu

Nice!

Written on 12/12/2019 by jim garrity

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