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I've been on this exact airplane. "What's old is Blue again"!

Written on 26/01/2020 by Alex Sullivnan

Beautiful shot! Great juxtaposition of the aircraft aloft with the concrete? factory grounded on earth in the background.

Written on 26/01/2020 by Nat Sam

Beautiful photo! 5*****'s

Written on 26/01/2020 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Cessna 60781 was the featured aircraft in a 1969 Cessna promotional brochure displaying it's original turquoise and orange colors. 60781 started it's life as a trainer for a flight school in the south, possible Alabama. It was then sold to a private pilot in southern Missouri who following a heart attack sold the aircraft to Les Erb of Airgo in Centralia, Illinois. When I acquired the aircraft in 1977 it had approximately 4000 hr TT. I sold 60781 in 1979 to Bill's Biplanes in Wisconsin.

Written on 26/01/2020 by Richard Sprehe

Agree 100% with Michael.

Beautiful Photo Andreas......

Written on 26/01/2020 by ken kemper

Thank you, Gavin

Written on 26/01/2020 by Fabian Dirscherl

I love all these OLD Pictures like that, nothing like seeing that Airplane going back into the sky.

Written on 26/01/2020 by Paul Miller

Many thanks.

Written on 26/01/2020 by goodluck747400

Thanks!

Written on 26/01/2020 by goodluck747400

OK ? so that's how the rich live, good luck. The rest of us DON'T have a nice Airplane & Car to use and simply join the other cattle using the "other" way to get from place to place !!!!

Written on 26/01/2020 by Paul Miller

Actually there were two of this aircraft type are in service; they are highly modified Boeing 747-200Bs, designated VC-25A and having tail numbers 28000 and 29000.

Written on 26/01/2020 by a mentor

Great shot man!

Written on 26/01/2020 by Nathan Cervantes

pas Cirus---Zenair CH750

Written on 26/01/2020 by andré belleau

Bravo jesse kyser good description

Written on 26/01/2020 by andré belleau

San Francisco 49ers jet to Florida from SJC today 1/26/2020!

Written on 26/01/2020 by Tom Vance

Location: Lapine, AL
Accident Number: ERA18LA073
Date & Time: 01/27/2018, 1140 CST
Registration: N900L
Aircraft: AERO COMMANDER 680 F
Aircraft Damage: Substantial
Defining Event: Loss of control on ground
Injuries: 1 None
Flight Conducted Under: Part 91: General Aviation - Personal

Written on 26/01/2020 by gretnabear

1974 Beech V35B Bonanza
GREAT looking A/C, NICE pic!
Over 46 yrs and lookin’ good!!

Written on 26/01/2020 by jesse kyzer

N2992V - 1947 Beech 35 Bonanza
Over 72 yrs and lookin’ good!!
SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who helps keep these Ol’ birds flying
GREAT looking A/C, NICE pic!

Written on 26/01/2020 by jesse kyzer


NICE!

Written on 26/01/2020 by jesse kyzer

N661BD, 1974 Scottish Aviation Bulldog T.1
not Cessna Skyhawk

Written on 26/01/2020 by jesse kyzer

another Sky King hit and won't say another
https://www.skyking.com/

Written on 26/01/2020 by jesse kyzer

SORRY if I was out of line
I've been in aviation since mid '60s, and have seen a lot of communities grow around airports, bring a lot of noise complaints

Written on 26/01/2020 by jesse kyzer

JOAN W.

At your age, I am jealous as to what you will see in the future. Beam me up Joan!

Clear Space ......

Written on 26/01/2020 by warmwynds

ROBERT C. :

Thank you for the comment. Most of my photos are of business jets and private pilot as the local airport is minutes away. I took three of this Lear as it passed and this particular one has done very well for an average to good photo at best.

Clear skies

Written on 26/01/2020 by warmwynds

I wish I could watch history! So cool you got the opportunity! I am jealous! 5*!

Written on 26/01/2020 by Joan Williams

Thanks Andre, much appreciated.

Written on 26/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

HOLLY sh**t nice shott mate!!

Written on 26/01/2020 by Rashyd Maduro

fantastic

Written on 25/01/2020 by Andre Blanchard

I second Gavin's comment

Written on 25/01/2020 by Andre Blanchard

10*

Written on 25/01/2020 by Andre Blanchard

Quite a spectacular livery and so well highlighted on a great looking plane in excellent light, plus the movement. Super shot Fabian.

Written on 25/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

People are still using these birds for practical purposes in quantities that justify a program dedicated to "performance" conversions? [scratches head]

Written on 25/01/2020 by john doe

I flew in one, once. Wow... But even a Beech 1900 is transportation. You get to know who you are flying with. I remember a flight out of MIA to NAS. The Beech 19 had a glitter ball like on the Millennium Falcon. Seriously. I laughed so hard... It was a young crew, and they were having fun that day. It was cloudless, and toasty warm. A beautiful day to fly.

But the Short I flew in? It was raining, and in the 40's. A 'FUGLY' day, made all the more FUGLY by the flight, the noise, the crowding, the primitive services, the turbulence. *sigh* I survived. I missed the return flight as we drove back. YIPPEE!!!

Written on 25/01/2020 by Robert Cowling

First flight even made the radio news service here in Adelaide, South Australia at 2230 GMT. Nice pic too by the way.

Written on 25/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Nice!

Written on 25/01/2020 by Robert Cowling

Nice catch! Look at that rubber burning!

Written on 25/01/2020 by Robert Cowling

Awesome shot!

Written on 25/01/2020 by Robert Cowling

That was actually a great plane. I flew into Antigua on one, and they banked over the west harbor, and I saw my boat. Such a fantastic sight. I wonder why Airbus dropped them...

Written on 25/01/2020 by Robert Cowling

Beautiful shot Andreas.

Written on 25/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Right place, right time with just that little bit of luck - great shot.

Written on 25/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

absolutely beautiful ohoto.

Written on 25/01/2020 by Andre Blanchard

At one time, my husband was the CEO of the Mooney Airplane Company here in Kerrville, Texas, and we have a soft spot in our hearts for Mooneys.

Written on 25/01/2020 by Mary Mathews

Great photo. Very clear!

Written on 25/01/2020 by Andre Blanchard

Great picture!

Written on 25/01/2020 by Andre Blanchard

Actually the airport was NOT there before the Naylor Ranch. And the flights are not over the airport, they are over my house, front yard, wildlife, and small ranch. I'm sure you support responsible, property-owners-considerate aviation, where everyone can enjoy and appreciate these biplanes. That's not what I am experiencing. In addition, I am a history professional and my family loves air shows and vintage aircraft. I have a photo of my son when he was 8,(now 30)taking a ride in a biplane over Boeing Field. For reasons I cannot state here,without fear of being sued,I am being harassed, and it's wrong.

Written on 25/01/2020 by Mary Mathews

Landing photo.

Written on 25/01/2020 by goodluck747400

Sky King 1ST A/C WAS 1943 Cessna T-50, N67832, Next, was a 1958 Cessna 310B, N5348A
originaly aired from 16 September 1951, series came to an end in 1959
other a/c were subd but same n's
https://www.thisdayinaviation.com/tag/sky-king/

Written on 25/01/2020 by jesse kyzer

1930 Waco RNF
SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who helps keep these Ol’ birds flying

Written on 25/01/2020 by jesse kyzer

1974 Pitts S-1C Special

Written on 25/01/2020 by jesse kyzer

What a beauty!

Written on 25/01/2020 by George Haven

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