It is an ATR in Cape Air colors. The photo is dated Jan 25, 2010. As far as I know the ATR's in Guam are all in Continental Connection colors. Is this picture a photo shop or are they putting some of the ATR's in Cape Air colors
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That photo certainly looks genuine to me. Doing a search on jetphotos.net also shows several results of that reg in Cape Air colors.
Could it not be that they used PS just to resize the photo and other such tasks? I use PS to crop, resize, and color correct my pictures, yet each of them is genuine. And yes, PS does show up in my EXIF data.
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ACKattack From United States of America, joined Apr 2009, 62 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (4 years 4 weeks 14 hours ago) and read 2761 times:
Being a Cape resident, I don't ever remember the Cape Air ATRs flying around, especially in those colors, but then of course I don't remember PBA either :'(
Also, Cape Air is way too reputable of a company to photoshop their own imagines. Plus they have painted a few of their aircraft into some great special liveries
They both have different registrations and I think 9K only has 2 ATRs. So it would appear they are not painted in Cape Air colors. Plus if you look at the Cape livery, it is oddly similar to CO Connection. Grey bottom and dark blue tail.
jgarrido From Guam, joined Mar 2007, 338 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (4 years 3 weeks 6 days 16 hours ago) and read 2306 times:
I agree it looks like a scan which would explain the date being fairly recent, but I can tell you almost for sure that plane is in COA colors right now. I knew one of the KAP pilots out here a few years ago. I noticed he had a post card with an ATR in KAP livery on his refrigerator. He seemed to think it was only painted that way for a short time to do some photo ops and then was repainted in COA livery shortly before coming to Guam. It seems to me his picture was of the plane on the ground, but I'm not positive and it very well could have been the same shot.