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| A visitor from - posted Wed August 7, 2013:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu March 28, 2013:|
Looks like a Northwest Airlink Bae146/Avro RJ poking its nose into the picture on the far left as well.
| A visitor from Ireland posted Tue October 30, 2012:|
Delta should've kept those 742's and the the 742F's. delta/northwest cargo would've looked amazing
| A visitor from - posted Sun December 4, 2011:|
There Is An Ex United Airlines Plane At The Very Top
| A visitor from India posted Fri June 17, 2011:|
I can count twentyone 747s, thirtyeight MD 80/90/DC9s,5 DC 10s, two 727s, one 737-200.
| A visitor from United States posted Thu June 2, 2011:|
The 747SP looks like an ex-Korean air
| A visitor from France posted Fri April 8, 2011:|
44 Northwest Airplanes
| A visitor from Australia posted Mon September 6, 2010:|
43 NWA planes in one shot, thats about there whole fleet lol..
| A visitor from - posted Mon April 19, 2010:|
How many 747s did NWA used to have?
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed April 7, 2010:|
I noticed that light blue one too. Unless I am mistaken, it looks like an SP to me.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat February 27, 2010:|
Why does it not suprise me to see nwa being the dominent carrier
| A visitor from Czech Republic posted Thu December 10, 2009:|
69 for me too. i wonder, do they not have some sort of arrangement to cluster all a/c of one carrier in the same spot? what is the ANA747 and the light blue 747 doing in between all these NWA's?
| A visitor from Netherlands Antilles posted Mon May 12, 2008:|
I got 72 a/c SCB!
| A visitor from Mexico posted Fri September 21, 2007:|
I´ve counted 69 aircraft in this awesome shot. T.B.
| A visitor from United States posted Thu September 20, 2007:|
I love the blue 747SP in the upper right-hand corner. 5*****!
| A visitor from Mauritius posted Thu September 20, 2007:|
Amazing. Its the first time i am seeing so much aircrafts together. Great Shot. 5*