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21.5K   Hungary
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First aircraft of Aerosucre to wear the airline's new livery. Nice to see these old birds still getting new liveries, that's something rare nowadays!!!!
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19   Trinidad and Tobago
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Originally named "Natalie" - this aircraft was donated by FedEx Express to the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority in August 2013 in the hope that aviation students would gain hands on experience. The TTCAA held several STEM aviation summer camps including a tour of Natalie while at Piarco. Today, she has been re-registered as 9Y-UTT and stationed at the Aviation Campus of the University of Trinidad and Tobago at Camden.
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Departing 22L for another event. Canon 7D Mark II 100-400 f4.5-5.6L IS II
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G Force One leaving FLL on a new mission with Blade Promo Stikers who are temporary.
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"G-Force One" on final for RWY 4R. ZERO-G and BLADE teamed up for a limited partnership offering a special helicopter ride from Manhattan to Newark Airport, take a weightless experience ride and returned to Manhattan in style. Note the temporary BLADE stickers just for this occassion. [Nikon D500 + Sigma 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM | S]
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Delivered to Braniff International Airways in September of 1978, today MSN 21489 sits alongside C-GGMP the prototype De Havilland Canada DHC-8-200 Dash 8.
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331   Washington, USA
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Zero-G roars overhead on final with that characteristic 722 smoke.
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1.4K   France
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From my collection
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2.4K   Washington, USA
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Old meets new. Competition at work as well. FedEx 727 is coming to PAE field as a donation for an aviation school.
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84   Florida, USA
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After hosting another adventurous flight yesterday, "G-Force One" will be resting on the Sanford tarmac until its next planned flight in April. This 727 was specially modified to perform parabolic arcs, to give its passengers the exciting experience of weightlessness in flight. I'm quite glad that my hometown airport is now one of the primary base locations for this classic tri-holer!