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    JFK, 11-23-2014

    Nice afternoon spotting...Always a pleasure to meet/spot with Don, Sergio...It was nice meeting today Mateo...

    Some today's shots:









    British Airways "Poppy-seed"





    Our Hometown Heroes - JetBlue:



    I like more and more JetBlue - simply, because of names they give to their "babies"-planes - "Me & You & A Plane Named Blue" - doesn't sound it terrific?























    Thanks....
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    Nice shots, Gintaras. Sorry I missed you - I was out at Bayswater for a bit late morning/early afternoon.

    Jet Airways 777 operated by Etihad.



    An old TWA bird still flying.





    First B6 A320 I've caught with winglets...oops, sharklets. ;-)






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    I was out for a bit in the afternoon (at the mounds and everywhere else) with Chris from Rutgers, and Jose. Was hoping to catch the Ameristar 732, but she landed on 13R (oh well). I guess we all had the field pretty much surrounded. Here are a few for now.











    Air Dynamic - N254MY


    Must be some rich lawyer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zee71 View Post
    Must be some rich lawyer!
    I was at Bayswater when he landed, but the shot had too much heat haze to read the registration, and I didn't recognize the logo on the tail.
    http://www.ferrarolaw.com/

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    111FK is a very frequent HPN visitor. The logo is actually from the Las Vegas Gladiators, an old Arena League football team. The plane used to have Las Vegas Gladiators titles. Nice catch on the Dynamic - it'll be doing 3x weekly flights to Guyana, but the movements will all be in darkness up here. TAME had the 319 again - departed 22R around 1030.

    Did anyone take at least a record shot of the 732 for the registration? I was also burned by the 13R switch, and I couldn't get from my post at 5 over to 2 in time to catch it taxiing back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zee71 View Post
    I was out for a bit in the afternoon (at the mounds and everywhere else) with Chris from Rutgers, and Jose. Was hoping to catch the Ameristar 732, but she landed on 13R (oh well). I guess we all had the field pretty much surrounded. Here are a few for now.


    Air Dynamic - N254MY
    Mark, you nailed that one !

    And Emirates A380 Great landing!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zee71 View Post
    Was hoping to catch the Ameristar 732, but she landed on 13R (oh well).
    We saw that one from Bayswaters...
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    Nice shots everyone! Mark that EK 201 landing on 13L is outstanding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! A real churned butter shot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mateo View Post
    111FK is a very frequent HPN visitor. The logo is actually from the Las Vegas Gladiators, an old Arena League football team. The plane used to have Las Vegas Gladiators titles.
    And the Cleveland Gladiators after moving from Las Vegas - I shot this at FRG in 2011. Funny, they changed the titles, but left the logo on the tail


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    Mark it was nice meeting you and Chris yesterday at the mounds.
    Thanks for the exposure tips and for pointing out the British Poppy.











    This was from a few weeks ago
    Last edited by Max; 11-24-2014 at 10:20 AM.

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    Max .... Your welcome on the tip! Glad to have met you as well. Still have a few more to process.
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    Matthew it was Ameristar's B732 was N465TW 17:42:39UTC B732

    A5ADEC N465TW 0.00000 0.00000 0' 0.0 0.0kts 17:42:39UTC 6 a6 B732 0000 0 00 00

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    Quote Originally Posted by SengaB View Post
    Matthew it was Ameristar's B732 was N465TW 17:42:39UTC B732

    Senga
    A5ADEC N465TW 0.00000 0.00000 0' 0.0 0.0kts 17:42:39UTC 6 a6 B732 0000 0 00 00
    Damn that makes it even hotter.

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    Siiiiiiigh.....I thought I removed the excess......But yes it makes it that 737-200 that much more awesome :)
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    Awesome, thanks. Was pretty sure that was the one, so it's nice to have the confirmation. Other notables from yesterday were Aeromexico 738 XA-AMA with the Splits and Copa 738 HP-1827CMP with the 100 years Panama Canal scheme.

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