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Written on 04/21/2024 by Matt Du

This is my tail number now.

Written on 04/20/2024 by Dain Wyman

Shanaya Ronin Pushkarna (SRP)

Written on 04/20/2024 by Heemanshu Pushkarna

Keep on "Windin" Baby

Written on 04/20/2024 by Kent Hallman

Thank you Tyler.

Written on 04/20/2024 by Steve Vit

Not a Cherokee! It’s a Tri- Pacer.

Written on 04/20/2024 by James V Jackson

Nice pic. Bet that sounded sweet.

Written on 04/20/2024 by David Calder

Great shot! My son is a Captain for Avelo, now home-based out of KMCO. He was one of the first Captains hired before their launch.

Written on 04/20/2024 by James Davis

"I believe that the money spent on that was not utilized in the best possible way. Perhaps, there are other ways that could have provided more value for the investment."

Written on 04/20/2024 by Dennis Miller

C-GTVV - Eurocopter AS-365N3 Dauphin
C-GTVV - Aerospatiale AS-365N-3 Dauphin 2
C-GTVV - M20P - Mooney M20J 201

Written on 04/20/2024 by jesse kyzer

2016 SOCATA TBM 700

Written on 04/20/2024 by jesse kyzer

(and shadow of antenna)

Written on 04/20/2024 by jesse kyzer

https://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=1476
(this one's been through a lot)

Written on 04/20/2024 by jesse kyzer

The roundel on the fuselage would be perfect if Corsica had an Air Force.

Written on 04/20/2024 by Al Miller

I was surprised by the difference in size, but the A-10 is approx 20 ft longer than the P-51.

Written on 04/20/2024 by Al Miller

This is a Tri-Pacer

Written on 04/20/2024 by Gordon Ballay

Amazing Paint Job.....

RF-5 should be loaned out for Cincinnati Bengals Home football games.

Written on 04/20/2024 by ken kemper

Great Shot......

I was too young to remember but my home city of Cincinnati would be treated to the sonic booms from Bunker Hill AFB (now Grissom) Convair B-58s. This was like summer of 1963-1964 roughly. The newspapers would publish the approximate times so the population wouldn't freak out.

Written on 04/20/2024 by ken kemper

John.........

Great Shot / That's an early air Show for the Midwest.
Hope you enjoyed the Total solar Eclipse in Indy or thereabouts. I got a superb view from North of Dayton.

Written on 04/20/2024 by ken kemper

My daughter is with the SCANG, and I have had the opportunity to meet some of the pilots who fly these Vipers. It is comforting to see the dedication and professionalism these folks have. Every generation has 'em and this group is no exception.

Written on 04/20/2024 by Tom Fox

Just think of the bomber air crews in WWII and ground troups in Iraq that owe their lives to these 2 planes/pilots!

Written on 04/20/2024 by Tom Fox

747-400F Note big top.

Written on 04/20/2024 by Bob Harrington

Beautiful shot!

Written on 04/20/2024 by Rick Riper

Two of my favorite aircraft! LOL, that P-51 driver is wondering if he should put in a notch of flaps to stay behind that A-10, LOL. But if I was a ground pounder, give me that Warthog!!

Written on 04/20/2024 by Keith Brown

Agree with Joel. it's a 'standard' Tripacer. The Colt didn't have flaps - the photo clearly shows flaps extended. The Colt also didn't have the window behind the rear doorpost.

Written on 04/20/2024 by adelma

@Jose R Gonzalez Interesting! Boeing never should have quit production, it's my favorite airliner, one of the last of their greats (I'll give a nod at the B777 I guess, then it was all downhill...). They would do 340 KIAS and could land on fairly short runways, and just an elegant look with that tall landing gear and winglets. Sigh... The Lockheed Constellation of the 80s...

Written on 04/20/2024 by Keith Brown

Beautiful! 76 years young! The plane that really started the 'modern' post-WWII generation.

Written on 04/20/2024 by adelma

Air National Guard, they take great pride and very good care of their aircraft. I worked with ANG units quite a bit back in the day and their aircraft made our active duty birds look like dump trucks. Really some outstanding airmen and support staff in those units.

Written on 04/20/2024 by Keith Brown

Very nice! Those are some serous flaps!

Written on 04/20/2024 by adelma

Is that a 400 or a 200? Wingtips??

Written on 04/20/2024 by adelma

Besides maybe the F-104, The T-38/F-5/F-20 platform was one of the sexiest planes ever created (can I say that here?). But with those razor thin wings, from what I've heard, you better pay attention to that airspeed in the pattern, plenty of stall/spin accidents on record. I had a friend's brother who was an IP that bought the farm while instructing, the accident investigation board blamed it on wake turbulence, but... I wonder... Still...I'd like to have one.

Written on 04/20/2024 by Keith Brown

That is a LOT of speed brake! Great shot!

Written on 04/20/2024 by adelma

Fill 'er up!!

Excellent!!

Written on 04/20/2024 by adelma

Awesome!

Written on 04/20/2024 by adelma

A good to study aerodynamics in real-time.

Written on 04/19/2024 by skylab72

I belive it is a PA22-108 Colt. I soloed in one of these at Elmendorf AFB in 1962. Had 2 in the flying club at the base. $8.00 an hour wet. How about those days.

Written on 04/19/2024 by Paul Hohman

Great Aircraft. Both are winners.

Written on 04/19/2024 by Paul Hohman

very nice...congratulations

Written on 04/19/2024 by agustin melano

Very nice. Great light!

Written on 04/19/2024 by John Giambone

I owned a 1957 Tri-Pacer. It is a 4 place 150hp aircraft covered in cotton fabric. It was named the Tri-Pacer since this was Piper's first nosewheel airplane having three wheels. The nosewheel was a hit and outsold the Pacer 6 to 1. The Tri-Pacer has the nick-name as "the flying milk stool".

Written on 04/19/2024 by flyinokie

Dig that crazy paint job!!

Written on 04/19/2024 by Steven H Wilcox

The Colt was a two seat TriPacer without flaps and did not have a window behind the door.
Built in the 1961-62 era as a stop gap trainer until the Cherokee production got sorted out.

Written on 04/19/2024 by JOEL MCCOY

In another significant news of the glorious Boeing 757, after four years of hibernation in Victorville (VCV, since March 25, 2020) Deltas's N709TW finally departed last wednesday April 17, 2024 from VCV due to QRO (Queretaro, Mexico) for maintenance and probably return to service. Have not read of another commercial airliner that was this long in COVID hibernation so until I am corrected, N709TW holds the "Commercial Airliner COVID Hibernation Record".

Written on 04/19/2024 by Jose R Gonzalez

Long live the warthog and the 757. Best of the bets.

Written on 04/19/2024 by Jose R Gonzalez

Correct tail number for this aircraft is N168GC, not N68GC

Written on 04/19/2024 by Brad Smith

N619TA

Written on 04/19/2024 by Aaron Headly

Burner selected, (note the 1st 2 stages) speed brakes deployed or in transition. Interesting.

Written on 04/19/2024 by Joe Wood

Nice, @Gerald Koerner
👍

Written on 04/19/2024 by hal pushpak

It's a TBM-700, type code TBM7 (see activity log below)

Written on 04/19/2024 by Samuel Bixler

The consensus of other sources is that HZ-AK25 is a 777-300ER, making the correct type code B77W

Written on 04/19/2024 by Samuel Bixler

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