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Thread: Zero G/G Force One 727 at LGA today!

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    Zero G/G Force One 727 at LGA today!

    i don't know how long it had been parked there, or how long it will be there. but i wasn't sure who owned that 727 parked next to trump's 757. after i got home and it's the cool g force one! i posted this same picture on nyca's facebook but after it finished uploading onto the page it dissapeared. the fb page only shows articles, posts, status updates from nyca but not anybody else.

    does anyone know when it leaves lga? like the exact date?

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    Uh, and there's an F-18 in the shot, too. Nice catch. Lucky bastid!
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    When did LGA become the bad-ass aviation parking lot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil D. View Post
    Uh, and there's an F-18 in the shot, too. Nice catch. Lucky bastid!
    I was about to say....an F/A-18 at LGA and next to Zero G is something you should note...

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    I flew out on Monday and the 727 and F-18 were both there, parked in the same place.

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    yea i knew the fa18 was there. i wanted all 3 planes in one shot. or else i would have zoomed closer and took a better one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANITIX87 View Post
    I flew out on Monday and the 727 and F-18 were both there, parked in the same place.

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    wow they've been there for about a week already? a flight on the zero g 727 cost 5 grand. it'll be nice if any spotters can catch it take off and get some better pics.

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    Or, or, I could fly to Phoenix in the summertime and hurl all I want during the heat-induced chop for the bargain basement price of a few hundred bucks! Spotting trip to PHX included.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megatop412 View Post
    Or, or, I could fly to Phoenix in the summertime and hurl all I want during the heat-induced chop for the bargain basement price of a few hundred bucks! Spotting trip to PHX included.
    Yikes, my trip to PHX is over today. Lets hope we do not get the "Zero G" flight!

    A rather eclectic collection of planes in the original shot!
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    Saw Zero G at FLL yesterday.

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    Zero-G is living at FLL at the moment - she has been in that spot at the old UPS most of the winter and since she got back from LGA..
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    Here's a lame shot of her at FLL on Wednesday.
    zerog-727-fll.jpg
    Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. We have a small problem.
    All four engines have stopped. We are doing our damnedest to get them under control.
    I trust you are not in too much distress. —Captain Eric Moody, British Airways Flight 9

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