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| A visitor from - posted Fri December 7, 2012:|
Damn it, I love 747s since I was a little kid and I saw lots of shots like these with the Queen, but this blows them all away LOL!!! The DC-3 will never die, It can't die. It will outlast us all :D...
| A visitor from - posted Sat April 30, 2011:|
When I was flying to Haiti I saw this DC-3 lovely sound...!
| A visitor from - posted Tue October 12, 2010:|
| A visitor from Canada posted Mon January 18, 2010:|
The fact that it was coming much slower probably gave the impression that it was going to fall short of the runway! 5 stars!
| A visitor from - posted Sat October 17, 2009:|
Wow, imagine what it would look like if a 744 came this low!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri July 24, 2009:|
Old Dakota's never die. As a Convair Queen once said; 'When civilisation is at an end and jets are obsolete a Dakota will still be flying along at eleven thousand feet.'
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat September 20, 2008:|
Tell me all you want but I like this better then a Big Blue 744 landing here! Great shot!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri November 17, 2006:|
Colorful detailed pic of that old bird!
| A visitor from Greece posted Tue August 15, 2006:|
5 stars to you my friend for shooting on this bird!
He is low indeed, I think he is not looking for going for 3 spot landing right?
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue June 27, 2006:|
This shot is one of the best I've ever seen on A.net, I love TNCM airport, and I love the DC-3. What else could I wish for?
| A visitor from Sweden posted Wed March 22, 2006:|
The people on the beach ran away fo this DC-3 flying too low!! LOL
| A visitor from United States posted Sun March 19, 2006:|
What happened to all the people on the beach?