FRIDAY PHOTOS: Fantastic Photos from the NYCAviation Photo Hangar

There have been many fantastic photos uploaded to the NYCAviation Photo Hangar recently. Here are some of our favorites:


An assortment of jets on the Boeing Field ramp: 2 Canadair T-33s, A Bombardier Challenger 600, and a Lockheed Martin F-16. Photo by KaiserJP.


A Biman Bangladesh DC-10, sans a few important parts, sits on the ramp in Dhaka. Photo by Jeremy Dwyer Lindgren.


It’s a snowy night on the ramp for this Delta MD-90. Photo by Colin Moeser.


One example of every jet in the Boeing 7 series sits in a line at Boeing Field in Seattle. Photo by Colin Moeser.


In this photo from 2006, an Air India 747-400 on short final for John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. Photo by Conor Clancy.


This little Fokker touches down at Schiphol. Photo by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren.


A United Express E-175 just prior to touchdown in Fort Lauderdale, while a Spirit A321 big yellow bus taxis in the background. Photo by Mark Lawrence.


The oversized engine of the Boeing 737 MAX 8, as seen onboard the first Norwegian Air International delivery flight. Photo by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren.


A filthy China Airlines 747-400 departing Los Angeles International Airport. Photo by Conor Clancy.


‘Flagship Liberty’, the sole remaining plane in the American Airlines yellow ribbon special livery, on the ground in Nashville. How much longer will it wear this special livery for? Photo by Midexjet.


Here’s a special livery that as already disappeared. The US Airways ‘Carolina Panthers’ A319 was repainted shortly after the merger closed. Photo by Conor Clancy.


A former Northwest Airlines 747-200F sits engineless in Oscoda as a parts donor for the Kalitta Airlines fleet. Photo by Andrew Poure.


Golden light hits this Virgin Atlantic A340-300 as it arrives in Los Angeles. Photo by Conor Clancy.


The deeply colored Alaska Airlines ‘More To Love’ 737-900ER, marking the airline’s merger with Virgin America, departs Seattle early in the morning. Photo by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren.


With snowcapped peaks in the background, this FedEx MD-11F departs Anchorage on a chilly late spring day. Photo by Andrew Poure.


Smaug is on the loose at LAX, as this Air New Zealand 777-300ER rolls out. Photo by Conor Clancy.


A view from the inside as the Historic Flight Foundation’s B-25 Mitchell makes a banking turn. Photo by Jeremy Dwyer Lindgren.


Another airline-aircraft combination that no longer exists. This Singapore Airlines 747-400 sits on the ramp outside JFK’s Terminal 4 between flights back in 2011. Photo by Conor Clancy.

That’s it for this week. Want your photos considered for next week’s Photo Friday? Upload them to the NYCAviation Photo Hangar!

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