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    JFK - 12/19/2014

    With the weather forecasted to be sunny it was anything but that during the morning hours which actually worked out better for these morning departures. A few surprises to say the least as well, especially the former Jade Cargo 747 which now operates under CAL (Cargo Air Line). Enjoy (now to work on the afternoon images).















    Departing off RWY 31L just around sunrise.
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    Nice to see an old-school three-holer again at JFK (the IFL 727).

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    Nice Mark,

    here are two of mine from the afternoon.



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    Thanks John!
    Eric .... glad you made it to get the TNT!
    A few from the afternoon outing.





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    Whats the story with the Omni with Avianca on it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire28 View Post
    Whats the story with the Omni with Avianca on it??
    I assume it's to get some extra lift for Christmas. The Caribbean airlines (and even Caribbean Airlines!) are notorious for throwing on extra sections, upgauging flights, chartering planes, and doing whatever they need to do in order to satisfy the nearly unlimited demand to get back to that part of the world for Christmas.

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