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Photo ID: 1750697
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Boeing 737-7H4
Santa Ana - John Wayne / Orange County (SNA / KSNA)
USA - California, July 18, 2010
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N261WN (cn 32517/2133) Landing at 2:20 P.M. local time. [Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi/450D + Canon EF 70-200 f/4 L USM Lens]
Thomas Warloe
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Photo ID: 1395402
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Orlando - International (McCoy) (MCO / KMCO)
USA - Florida, September 6, 2008
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N261WN (cn 32517/2133) Good way to get back into the spotting season with some good old Southwest shots. [Nikon D80 80-400VR]
Jonathan Guidone
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Photo ID: 1342188
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Boeing 737-7H4
Windsor Locks (Hartford / Springfield) - Bradley International (BDL / KBDL)
USA - Connecticut, March 21, 2008
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N261WN (cn 32517/2133) When you've been a long-term photographer at your local airport, it's tempting to only venture out when the more exotic aircraft are in town. I find myself guilty of that sin, and offer this shot as a counterbalance. By my calculations, the Southwest Airlines 737 type is the most common single type of airliner serving Bradley. As such, this is not a difficult shot to get, but it is certainly more representative of the traffic serving BDL than an An-124 or 747.
John E. Jauchler - New England Airports
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