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    Quote Originally Posted by Mateo View Post
    Antonis, the An-158 was Cubana
    Duh, of course. I read "Antonov" and just assumed "old". I've been salivating over the Cubana planes all week and didn't put 2 and 2 together...

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    I LOVE the Japan 747 banking shot.
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    Oh, you thought UN Week was over?

    1535: E190 A6-KAH inbound LaGuardia.
    And via Ben on Twitter, the Burkina Faso 727 was at FRG this morning.
    1547: AUH6 (B788/A6-PFC) final 4L. Came out of SWF.
    Last edited by Mateo; 10-02-2015 at 02:50 PM.

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    Nice work everyone! It was great seeing all of you out. Here's some of my shots from JFK, ISP and SWF.
    RA-96018 KJFK 09-20-2015 2 by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr
    A6-HEH by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr
    Kuwait 737 by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr
    Italia by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr
    Air Force One by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr
    Belarus Departure-Recovered by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr
    Cubana IL96 2 by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr
    Both Cubanas by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr
    Overview 2 by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr
    Belarus by Stephen Spinelli, on Flickr

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    Nice shot of the two Cubana birds
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    "Iraq was B77L YI-APZ"

    Mateo , i searched and got not results with that reg for an Iraqi 777, not sure what's up. How come nobody has posted any pics of it?

    Cool air to ground shots on the above post. The legoland type shots form a helo perched above LAX and everywhere else I'm not a fan of, but these look nice at SWF photographed lower and closer.

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    Great shots all!!

    Quote Originally Posted by MarioFL View Post
    "Iraq was B77L YI-APZ"

    Not sure what's up. How come nobody has posted any pics of it?
    it's YI-AQZ iso APZ

    Aircraft arrived and departed JFK in early foggy morning of 28 September and arrived & departed again September 30th on a windy evening.. I'll post some pics when I get back home next week.

    one minor correction. UR-ABA did not fly directly out of SWF. It got back to JFK on 29 September and headed out the same eve.
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    AAAAAGGGGHHHH, the French/Togo Falcon was at Stewart when I was there, and would have been blocked behind the IL-76. I was able to see the lower half of the fuselage on the Honduras Legacy (read FAH-001 off of the nosewheel doors) and the tail of the G550 (671LE), and I must have at least seen a smidge of the F7X, but in the chaotic visual environment I don't think I pieced together that there was another aircraft hiding back there. Thanks for posting this image, Stephen; shows me where the blind spots are, and where I'll have to pay special attention whenever I go back.

    Whoops on the Iraqi. Only the Venezuelans went direct out of SWF that night, but I saw the 319 then returned the next night, too!

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    Great shots everyone! I was quite pleased this year with the amount of traffic I was able to catch, despite the Pope visit. As always, it was nice seeing familiar faces as well as meeting new people. I'll share my UN shots here, the rest of the shots from this trip can be seen on my Flickr page.


    Argentinian Air Force 757-200 T-01
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    US Air Force C-17
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Peruvian Air Force 737-500 356
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Government of Kazakhstan A330-200 UP-A3001
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Turkmenistan Airlines 777-200 EZ-A777
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Government of Ukrain A319 UR-ABA
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    State of Kuwait 737-900 9K-GCC
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    US Air Force VC-25 28000
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Qatar Amiri Flight A320 A7-HSJ
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    German Air Force A340-300 16-01
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Brazilian Air Force A319 2101
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Brazilian Air Force E-190 2591
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Qatar Amiri Flight A340-500 A7-HHH
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Government of Iran A340-300 EP-AJA
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Air China 747-400 B-2472
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    South African Air Force 737-700 ZS-RSA
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Cubana IL-96 CU-T1250
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    US Air Force VC-25 28000
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Russian Federation IL-96 RA-96018
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Italian Air Force A319 MM-62209
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Nigerian Government 737-700 5N-FGT
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Mauritania Airlines 5T-CLC
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr


    Cubana AN-158 CU-T1715
    by Ryan Schmelzer, on Flickr

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    That overview shot at Stewart is AWESOME!! Were you in a helo?

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    Saw Angola Falcon D2-ANT today at the executive ramp in Miami. Also Kazakhstan 757 UP-B5701 in maintenance at Miami (Opa Locka) apparently not UN related

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    Here's a shot I took of the Iraqi 77L on the ground at Stewart. Alas, I missed being able to get a good shot in the air by a few seconds and it ended up passing right over me, backlit.
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    Iraqi shot looks nice. Shame they didn't apply the much better old livery to these new Boeings. That 777 would've looked spectacular

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    Watched the Italian A319 depart HPN this week, and saw some of the other heavy iron at SWF up,close and personal earlier in the week, not a bad UN week for a working tour !!! : )
    The beehive hummm of the JT9D and GE CF680C2,the thunder of the JT8D-17,the rumble of the PW1830 and the high ,thin whine of the PW 545A are all music to my ears!

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    Wow, stunning shots and aircraft in here!!! Jealous....
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