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Excellent coverage Chris. Well done. Thank you for sharing !

Written on 05/07/2020 by John Marotta

Wow. That's so nice of you to say that.Thank you Gavin.

Written on 05/07/2020 by John Marotta

klasse!

Written on 05/07/2020 by Fabian Dirscherl

I don't remember my C152 being so roomy....

Written on 05/07/2020 by peter kucharski

Thanks John.

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Mike - acres (or that should be hectares) of it!

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks Tom - a belated happy 4th to you - there weren't any posts from you to give you a cheer. Stay safe.

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

A simply great photo.

It's an Extra EA-300/SC owned by Aerobatic Show sp, Warsaw, Poland, but am curious as to what the fittings are on the wingtips.

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Indeed - our news services keep us updated with US news plus we get to see some US TV on our free-to-air channels. We are so very lucky where I am and provided everyone behaves, we should stay that way. Stay safe.

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Wow!

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

To my mind, probably one of the more interesting shots of a plane in this livery - great pic John.

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

To each his own I suppose - some will, some won't. I like it because it's bright, colorful and snappy and shows up really well in good light and photos as good as this with a dark background do it justice. Well done Dan.

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

That's on every nice picture Daniel.

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Does anyone know what the object is on the windshield?

Written on 05/07/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Glad you like it adelma! And yes you should see. the back off the plane during VTOL... so many wires!

Written on 05/07/2020 by Joan Williams

My French is a little rusty these days Andre, but this sure looks like a classic Hughes to me too.

Written on 05/07/2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

Gulfstream 3 in the Azores. Looks like an RCAF C130 next to him.

Written on 05/07/2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

good find for rotorhead toenails.

Written on 04/07/2020 by scott j swanson

Salut Chris
Est tu d'accord avec moi que c'est pas un Beechcraft Super King Air. Moi je vois un 1969 Hughes 369H

Written on 04/07/2020 by andré belleau

Thanks Gavin. Keep safe down there. Not much of a holiday for us in TX with Covid running rampant.

Written on 04/07/2020 by robin guess

Thanks jesse! That's good to know.

Written on 04/07/2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

Chris, N7274Y Is reg to a 1999 Cessna 182S Skylane
FYI you can google "N", and MOST of the time will give a correct return

Written on 04/07/2020 by jesse kyzer

Some history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=26067

Written on 04/07/2020 by jesse kyzer

Is this a cloud seeder (hail suppression)
More info, please!

Written on 04/07/2020 by Murray Dale

Fabulous picture. Top 3 schemes in my book. All the extra tulips in the background just add to the shot.

Written on 04/07/2020 by BRETT JACOB

That's a lot of 'movable' hardware! Excellent picture!

Written on 04/07/2020 by adelma

I can practically hear the roar of that Bull Stearman! Or maybe that's her screaming?

Nice shot!

Written on 04/07/2020 by adelma

Now everybody stay right on the correct taxi line! Very interesting picture - such contrast!

Written on 04/07/2020 by adelma

Great photo! We have a TTX and have wondered how our dogs would do in it. Yours looks happy as a clam!

Written on 04/07/2020 by Jamie Barber

Beautiful! I might have flown it in Production Flight Test. Great to see it still looking so good!

Written on 04/07/2020 by adelma

Either a supervillain or UTR good guy. I wonder if there’s a minimum on how much contrast the N-number must have.

Written on 04/07/2020 by Matt Lacey

That paint job makes this P180 look fat. Nice colors, bad lines on one of my favorite aircraft.

Written on 04/07/2020 by Matt Lacey

A class on the physics of water vapor would make laughing at online commenters a lot less common.

Written on 04/07/2020 by Matt Lacey

Thanks John and love your pics as well!

Written on 04/07/2020 by Darryl Sarno

Nice sharp photo. Some don't like the Allegiant livery but I find it rather attractive.

Written on 04/07/2020 by Ray Lang

great angle OZ Gman. 5x*

Written on 04/07/2020 by Tom Vance

Thanks Men!

Written on 04/07/2020 by Tom Vance

Ray, cowls are available if some owners prefer that for aesthetics. But the open engine doesn't add much drag at these speeds, and cooling is not a problem. Easier for maintenance this way, too.

Written on 04/07/2020 by Philip Terpstra

Thanks for the comments. Bror, that's a great description. It is wonderful to have the freedom of flight, and then drop in for a landing, shut off the engine and coast to a stop while letting one hand rest in the water. Sublime, as Gavin put it.

Written on 04/07/2020 by Philip Terpstra

Four faces counting the two drivers

Written on 04/07/2020 by Gary Draper

No clue why it’s upside down :/

Written on 04/07/2020 by Austin Sirean

Gavin Hughes Thanks!

Written on 04/07/2020 by nicolas50

John Marotta Thanks!

Written on 04/07/2020 by nicolas50

Owned by 'Get me there, LLC'. I'm sure it does.

Written on 04/07/2020 by Robert Cowling

Thanks Gavin, the best of the old film edits I'm afraid.

Written on 04/07/2020 by Mark Thomas

Looks like a lot of Grass for a Runway Excursion-Nice Pic!

Written on 04/07/2020 by mike prendergast

Diana, yes the planes are in state Air National Guard units, but they belong to the Air Force. We couldn’t afford to keep all Fighter/Tanker/etc... units on Active Duty as it costs less to employ Guard/Reserve units than it does regular Active Air Force units. In event of an emergency or conflict like Desert Shield/Desert Storm, they can be “activated” for Federal duty overseas.

Many Guard/Reserve pilots are civilian airline pilots (who are probably happy to have flying opportunities (& a paycheck coming in) during the Covid pandemic...besides, if you’re a pilot you love to fly anything except a desk) & other Guard/Reserve members have civilian jobs on the outside

This country couldn’t respond to any crisis w/out the Guard/Reserve assets. After Vietnam, a lot of military assets/occupations were moved to the Guard/Reserve so any conflict after VN would have to involve the people of America.

There are enough things going on that even w/Guard/Reserve tankers, the military had to hire a civilian company, Omega Air Refueling; to provide air to air refueling assets w/707’s & DC-10’s.

http://www.omegaairrefueling.com/

Written on 04/07/2020 by James Simms

Totally photoshopped but very pretty.

Written on 03/07/2020 by Eric curry

Thank you Alan and Jesse for your information and comments. I appreciate it!

Written on 03/07/2020 by John Giambone

My favorite commercial aircraft.

Written on 03/07/2020 by Rick Hundley

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