This website uses cookies. By using and further navigating this website, you accept this.
Dismiss
Did you know that FlightAware flight tracking is supported by advertising?
You can help us keep FlightAware free by allowing ads from FlightAware.com. We work hard to keep our advertising relevant and unobtrusive to create a great experience. It's quick and easy to whitelist ads on FlightAware or please consider our premium accounts.
Dismiss

Sort type: [chronological] [karma]

Next Page

Looks like this is a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ).

Written on 16/08/2018 by chalet

Type in MU2 for the aircraft type in the photo tags section.

Written on 16/08/2018 by cliff731

TRY MITSUBISHI MU-2

Written on 16/08/2018 by Jim Monaco

The pride of the Skunk Works and the ultimate brain child of Kelly Johnson. The Soviets claimed that a Mig-25 Foxbat could catch it, but that NEVER happened. Still the fastest jet powered aircraft ever (at least officially).

Written on 16/08/2018 by Tim Marks

Great shot

Written on 16/08/2018 by Don Ridgeway

terrific pic

Written on 16/08/2018 by ian mcdonell

great catch

Written on 16/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice pic!

Written on 16/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

danke!

Written on 16/08/2018 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Mike!

Written on 16/08/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Thank you Mr Alan

Written on 16/08/2018 by franklin fernandez

There is just always something fascinating about 'Redheads'! Nice Bird!

Written on 16/08/2018 by William Camp

Your ship's Indian name shall be 'Red Tip'. Nice!

Written on 16/08/2018 by William Camp

I always wondered what planes do when THEY have to go to the bathroom?

Written on 16/08/2018 by William Camp

Pretty bird - my wife got her hand trapped between the rails on the seat adjustment - OUCH!

Written on 15/08/2018 by William Camp

Appreciate the clarity of the Manufacturing frame type for aviation enthusiasts however if indeed your shot has the President on board than it is ALWAYS known only as 'Air Force One'. There are only two of these aircraft so regardless of name - it is a brilliant shot!

Written on 15/08/2018 by William Camp

1989 maybe. This scheme was gone by 1999.

Written on 15/08/2018 by lowenbrau915

nala2112-- The Ju 87 made its combat debut in 1937 with the Luftwaffe's Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War and served the Axis forces in World War II.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junkers_Ju_87

Written on 15/08/2018 by jobeard

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtiss_P-40_Warhawk

The Flying Tigers, known officially as the 1st American Volunteer Group (AVG), were a unit of the Chinese Air Force, recruited from U.S. aviators. From late 1941, the P-40B was used by the Flying Tigers. They were divided into three pursuit squadrons, the "Adam & Eves", the "Panda Bears" and the "Hell's Angels".

China received 27 P-40E in early 1943. These were assigned to squadrons of the 4th Air Group.

The P-40E was the variant that bore the brunt of air-to-air combat by the type in the key period of early to mid 1942, for example with the first US squadrons to replace the AVG in China (the AVG was already transitioning to this type from the P-40B/C), the type used by the Australians at Milne Bay, by the New Zealand squadrons during most of their air-to-air combat.

Written on 15/08/2018 by jobeard

thanks, Mike

Written on 15/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

danke

Written on 15/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

The AT 12 Guardian is not as static display.It's one of the many flying warbirds at POF.

Written on 15/08/2018 by Parker Sutton

Tail number 162 is "23 Skidoo"

Written on 15/08/2018 by Brian Lockett

The Ferrari of general aviation.

Written on 15/08/2018 by Michael McMurtrey

NOT EVEN CLOSE TO A KING AIR !!!

PIAGGIO AVANTI !!!!!

Written on 15/08/2018 by Jim Monaco

de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito - - that's all plywood too.

Written on 15/08/2018 by jobeard

Another Warhawk with China markings

Written on 15/08/2018 by jobeard

The wing marking is for China, marking this as a possible Charles Chennault Flying Tiger aircraft.

Written on 15/08/2018 by jobeard

Tail number 162 is "Skidoo"

Written on 15/08/2018 by jobeard

Thanks Alan & Dave!

Written on 15/08/2018 by Habujet

My dream garage - nice perspective.

Written on 15/08/2018 by William Camp

The correct registration of this NKS A319-132 is N507NK

Written on 15/08/2018 by Alan Macdonald

This gives me an idea for a PERFECT mailbox!

Written on 15/08/2018 by William Camp

Nice shot both of the ship and the hangar

Written on 15/08/2018 by William Camp

Congratulations! I have only seen two, but then again I have not been looking very hard for them.

Written on 15/08/2018 by Isaac Vogelzang

@Gilles Plourdeabout

this was not the worlds biggest airliner (the Tupolev Tu-114 was bigger), it was the biggest jet-airliner.

Written on 15/08/2018 by honza nl

This is the best photo I have seen all day!

Written on 15/08/2018 by peterjp5

Robert Myers - You are very welcome and thanks for sharing this photo and information regarding the Beagle Terrier with us!

Written on 15/08/2018 by cliff731

Thanks cliff731. :)

Also this aircraft (airframe) has a De Havilland Gypsy Major engine. Sadly not a lot of Beagle Terriers were built.

Written on 15/08/2018 by Robert Myers

Hi Viv Pike, thank you for your hint :-)

Written on 15/08/2018 by Lothar Röser

nice pic

Written on 15/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice catch

Written on 15/08/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Workhorse of the Soviet era but actually a product of Ukranian knowhow...but having flown the F-27 for 5 years I know which one I would stake my life on!

Written on 15/08/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Congrats to You, Gary... you have all of the Southwest "Shark Week" birds captured!!! :-)

Written on 15/08/2018 by cliff731

ALT stands for Approach and Landing Test. Despite what Wikipedia claims, there were only five ALT flights. They were preceded by ten captive flights that were not referred to as ALT flights.

Written on 15/08/2018 by Brian Lockett

What a fascinating aircraft!

Written on 14/08/2018 by Jose Lauzardo

My catch of N947WN with this "Bull Shark" design means I have now caught all five of the SWA Shark Week nose art aircraft; N470WN - "Great White," N705SW - "Hammerhead," N961WN - "Mako," N553WN - "Tiger," and this one. Southwest will be removing all five of the Shark Week designs in less than three weeks (at the end of this month), but it was rather fun tracking them in order to catch them all, and I'm wondering what new idea they will come up with next year.

** Special Note to R.J. >>> I don't know exactly HOW you made it happen, but I definitely know you caused that "very-far-in-advance notification" to appear on my computer the instant I ran that tracking check yesterday. Thank You very, VERY much, R.J. I am grateful beyond words. Please remember my offer - to you and to your lady. It is an open-ended offer -- no expiration date, my friend. Thank You again.

Written on 14/08/2018 by Gary Schenauer

jobeard - thanks for the kind words! Does not appear to be any of this type on the FAA civil registry, save possibly this one example...

http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=3675

Written on 14/08/2018 by cliff731

Good to know :)

Written on 14/08/2018 by jobeard

jobeard - yes, the identification on this one is correct... and the ICAO code type designator is AUS6.

It is properly named as a Beagle Terrier.

More on it here...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beagle_Terrier

And it can be traced back to this one...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taylorcraft_Auster

Written on 14/08/2018 by cliff731

Next Page

כניסה לאתר

עדיין אין לך חשבון? הירשם כעת (ללא תשלום) כדי ליהנות מתכונות מותאמות-אישית, מהתראות טיסה ועוד!