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391 viewsAirline: NEPTUNE AVIATIONType: N/ARegistration: N/AAirport: LMTCity: KLAMATH FALLSState: OREGONCountry: USADate Taken: AUGUST 8, 2012Neptune has a rather appropriately decorated maitenance trailer located here at LMT while both Tanker 12 and 40 are temporarily based.
347 viewsAirline: AerogalType: Airbus A-320Registration: N872MXAirport: MIACity: MiamiState: FloridaCountry: USADate Taken: January 2011Rare temporary U.S. registration on this Airbus as it is being prepared for final inspection before being ferried to the new owner in Ecuador, South America. It is one of several A-320's Aerogal will use to replace its fleet of ageing 737-200's.
410 viewsAirline: Brooks Air FuelType: Douglas DC-4Registration: N96358Airport: N/ACity: Yukon-Koyukuk territory State: AlaskaCountry: USADate Taken: May 14, 2010Typical view from the left seat of the Skymaster's flight deck. Trucking along with 3,400 gallons of unleaded gasoline at 6,500 feet AGL as we pass mountain peaks of up to 5,000 feet. Temperature at our departure from Fairbanks was about 60 degrees Fahrenheit but our destination of Shungnak 1.5 hours Northwest was reading 43 degrees.
403 viewsAirline: Brooks Air FuelType: Douglas DC-4Registration: N96358Airport: FAICity: FairbanksState: AlaskaCountry: USADate Taken: May 14, 2010View showing the typical heating system used to warm up the radial engines before a flight. In colder temps the addition of engine inlet covers would be installed which closes the front except for the hose.
414 viewsAirline: Everts Air CargoType: Douglas DC-6Registration: N151Airport: ANCCity: AnchorageState: AlaskaCountry: USADate Taken: May 10, 2010Great angle of N151 as she banks slightly right with crosswinds as she departs Anchorage. Strangely enough the same registration was worn by another DC-6 as N151 but was written off while landing on a gravel strip in Alaska in minus 35 degree temperatures.
343 viewsAirline: TameType: Embraer 170Registration: N/AAirport: UIOCity: QuitoState: N/ACountry: EcuadorDate Taken: December 2009Quito's elevation of 9,186 feet makes for long rollouts and slow climbouts for the older jets. Most will bank right after takeoff on R35 to avoid the nearby Mirador mountain range. You can see how the clouds hang around the mountains making a clearing attempt dangerous.
306 viewsAirline: privateType: Yakovlev Yak-52TWRegistration: N207YK N552TW N122FS N418JB L-RAirport: LALCity: LakelandState: FloridaCountry: USADate Taken: April 2007Beautiful pack of Yaks in formation with our DC-3 during an early morning flight for a couple passes over Sun n' Fun with 4 Yaks, a DC-3, and 4 CJ's. We made a temporary cloud layer over the airfield with 8 aircraft and smoke on.
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