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DASAIRCARGO_707F_5X-JET_JFK_0396_JP_MAIN_small.jpgThis is a heavily cropped slide that is out of focus. The only reason I uploaded it to the web site was because it is a rare type that we will never see again in commercial service and a neat shot as the African 707 departs JFK's runway 4L bound for Entebbe Uganda
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ATLASAIR_747-8F_N855GT_MIA_0217_4_JP_small.jpgAtlas Air 747-8F departs Miami's runway 9 at 130AM (Photography started at 7AM the day before). The white marks below the cockpit windows is not the airplane crying- it's the moon shining bright
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_747-200_LV-MLR_JFK_0293_JP_small1.jpgAerolineas Argentinas pushed back at the IAB on an early February morning in preparation for the flight to Buenos Aires. Note the old tower in the background and the IBERIA push back tug

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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-CSF_MIA_1015_6_JP_small.jpgAerolineas Argentinas A340 headed to runway 8R for departure to Buenos Aires, Avianca A320 just arrived on runway 9 from Bogota, headed for Concourse J
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ATLASAIR_747-400_N409MC_JFK_0913C_JP_small.jpgAdditional titles: Operated by Atlas Air Inc. on behalf of Qantas Airways Ltd
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912ZX_COLLAGE_MAIN_small1.jpgCollage of arrival of NASA Space Shuttle Endeavour to LAX
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NASA_747_N950NA_JFK_0412G_JP_small1.jpgNASA 747 delivers Shuttle to NY to be transported from JFK to Manhattan via barge to be placed at the Intrepid Museum
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BAHAMASAIR_737-500_C6-BFE_MIA_0114M_JP_small.jpgBahamsair 737 about to touch down on runway 30 as LAN 767 is ready for takeoff roll on runway 27 now that Bahamsair has vacated its path
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VARIG_MD11_AEROLINEAS_A340_MIA_0105_JP_small1.jpgVarig MD11 and Aerolineas A340 resting at J Overflow at MIA until that night's departure to Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires, respectively
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DHL_767-200F_N656GT_MIA_0116_JP_small.jpgThis is an Atlas Air 762F operated by DHL with Rugby World 2015 decal applied, undergoing maintenance in Miami
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-CSF_MIA_1015_4_JP_small.jpgAerolineas Argentinas A340 headed to runway 8R for departure to Buenos Aires, Avianca A320 just arrived on runway 9 from Bogota, headed for Concourse J
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912Y_JP_small.jpgThe last minutes that a Shuttle would ever be airborne
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-CSE_MIA_1013C_JP_small.jpgAerolineas Argentinas a340 flares to land on runway 9 while American 737-800 is seen landing on the north complex runway 8R
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BAHAMASAIR_737-500_C6-BFC_MIA_1015_6_JP_small.jpgPushback crew walking back to work the next flight on this rainy Miami night
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VIASA_727-200_YV-128C_MIA_0193_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 Slide
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CONCOURSE-J_MIA_0115B_JP_small.jpgConcourse J bustling with activity on this January evening
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CENTURIAN_MD11F_N985AR_MIA_1013E_JP_small.jpgPhotographing at close range with the lens wide open (F2.8), it's almost impossible to get the airplane 100% in focus with this steep angle because you have very little depth of field ability at F2.8, but still worthy of sharing nontheless. Note the departing Aerolineas Argentinas A340 by the nose of the MD11
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CATHAYPACIFICCARGO_747-800_B-LJF_ANC_0813M_JP_small.jpgAnchorage is a great place to see the numerous 747-800F operators of the world
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-CSD_MIA_1013M_JP_small.jpgAerolineas Argentinas A340 RON's (rests overnight) a J overflow @ MIA
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-CSE_MIA_1013_JP_small.jpgPhotographed from the famous El Dorado Furniture store parking lot @ MIA
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BAHAMASAIR_737-500_C6-BFD_FLL_0113_JP_small.jpgNot the best quality but still worthy of sharing.
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MASAIR_DC8_CC-CAX_JFK_0399_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-CSD_MIA_0113K_JP_small.jpgSuch a beautiful color scheme...
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DREAMLIFTER_747_N747BC_MIA_0611O_JP_small.jpgDreamlifter is a modified Atlas Air 747-200 Boeing contracts to ship oversized airplane parts (primarily 787 fuselage pieces)
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-BMT_MIA_0113F_JP_small.jpgIf I could only send out a signal.... -Moments after the Aerolineas Argentinas A340 touched down and proceeded to its gate between H and J concourses, it struck the Air France 777-300 (the A340 took west taxi-lane instead of center, which is the required taxi-lane to avoid a collision). I wasn't even fully aware of what happened until I noticed that the airplane was not moving behind the Air France 777 and all the flashing lights were around
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_747-200_LV-_JFK_1000_JP_small.jpgAerolineas Argentinas in line for takeoff on runway 31L. Note the WTC Towers below the 747's tail....

Kodachrome 64 slide
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-BMT_MIA_0113BA_JP_small.jpgThis A340 left winglet touched the Air France 777-300 right rear horizontal stabilizer at MIA and shows the temporary repair where the winglet resided
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-CSD_MIA_0113ZA_JP_small.jpgMy vote for finest color scheme of 2012. Iberia- take notice...
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AEROLINEASARGENTINAS_A340-300_LV-BMT_MIA_0113B_JP_small.jpgAerolineas Argentinas A340 on final approach to runway 30 at MIA. Seen in the distance is Virgin 747-400 setting up for the final approach to runway 27L
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ATLASAIR_747-200_N540MC_MIA_1009_JP_small.jpgJacked up for landing gear work
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ATLASAIR_747-400F_N459MC_MIA_1012B_JP_small.jpgBecause this photo was taken at night (it looks the way it does because I adjusted the lighting on the computer) you can see the lights from not only the departing traffic (right side of pic above the 747), but also the previous traffic to that one, which departed from the same runway 9L (just to the right of the 747 tail)
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912_JP_small.jpgAirport employees watch as the shuttle comes from West to East as it prepares for the first fly by over runway 24R
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912D_JP_small.jpgFirst fly by over runway 24R, accompanied by two NASA F/A 18 Hornet jets
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912L_JP_small.jpgPassing over runway 24R at about 500 feet
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912T_JP_small.jpgPassing runway 24R and about to commence the next fly by on the South side of the field over runway 25R
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912ZA_JP_small.jpgJust about over runway 25R as second fly by begins
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912ZB_JP_small.jpgClassic LAX shot as the 747 and Shuttle Endeavour fly over runway 25R at around 500 feet
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912ZE_JP_small.jpgPassing by me during fly by over runway 25R
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912ZG_JP_small.jpgZoom shot as the 747 and Shuttle Endeavour perform the fly by over runway 25R
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912ZK_JP_small.jpgCompleted the fly by over runway 25R and preparing for final touchdown on 25R moments ahead...
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912ZX_JP_small.jpgFinal time the Shuttle Endeavor will be in the air as the 747 touches down on runway 25R
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912ZZC_JP_small.jpgBeautiful sight as the 747 is about to plant the front gear down on runway 25R, the last time a shuttle will ever be in the air.... -history is made!
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SHUTTLE_LAX_0912ZZF_JP_small.jpgThe 747 and Shuttle Endeavor park at United maintenance as the world's media looks on and the ceremony is about to begin
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ATLASAIAR_747-400F_N493MC_JFK_0612_JP_small.jpgNice rainbow over the wings as Atlas Air 747-400F departs runway 4L
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VARIG_MD11_PP-VTK_MIA_0105_JP_small.jpgVarig MD11, Aerolineas Argentinas A340 and Falcon Air 727 are parked at J Concourse while it was still under construction
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NASA_747_N950NA_JFK_0412G_COLLAGE_MAIN_FOR_COSTCO__joepriesavnet_small.jpgThis is a collage photo I made for my friends at JFK to enjoy..
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IMG_0820_1.jpgJust pulled out of the hangar and ready for the transition over to the crane where it will be prepared for the move on to the barge
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IMG_0823_MAIN_2.jpgThe move begins, escorted by the Port Authority airport operations' finest...
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IMG_0825_MAIN_3.jpgHere is what the caravan looks like. That lift contraption you see was specially made for this move
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IMG_0828_4.jpgThe shuttle and crane moving right along...
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IMG_0829_5.jpgView of the shuttle and the moving platform
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IMG_0831_6.jpgSlow, but moving right along..
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IMG_0833_7.jpgThe obligatory side shot with favorable sun angle and perfect foreground and background for the side shot
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IMG_0837_8.jpgGulfstream IV taking off on runway 31L as the taxi to the barge area continues..
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IMG_0841_9.jpgHere is the entire rig with the truck, trailer and the payload
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IMG_0856_10.jpgCloseup of the front end of the Shuttle Enterprise as it is moved over to the barge area
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IMG_0858_11.jpgThe trailer has been reversed and is now being backed up into the crane area
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IMG_0861_12.jpgSlowly moving back to meet with the crane
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IMG_0862_13.jpgPositioning the first of 4 points of contact for the crane
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IMG_0887_15.jpgCrane fully attached, waiting for test lift
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IMG_0890_16.jpgFront view of the shuttle with crane attached, waiting for test lift
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IMG_0893_17.jpgTest lift achieved...
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IMG_0895_18.jpgCloseup of test lift as crew looks on
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IMG_0900_19.jpgTest lift completed
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IMG_0903_20.jpgTest lifting completed, crane removed until next day for actual lift unto barge
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IMG_0724small~0.jpgNot a great shot but still worthy of sharing as the 747 with shuttle pass by the Empire State Building as seen from JFK
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IMG_0736small.jpgHere is what it looked like performing the 1000 foot fly-by over runway 31L
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NASA_747_N950NA_JFK_0412Bsmall.jpgMain gear down, about to touch down with the nose gear on runway 31L
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DREAMLIFTER_747_N747BC_MIA_0611P_JP_small.jpgThe Dreamlifter is an Atlas Air airplane that was converted by Boeing (hence the -BC registration, Boeing Company) in order to transport 787 parts from one plant to the other
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ATI_VARIG_MEXICANA_ATLAS_MIA_1211_JP_small.jpgWhat a gorgeous selection of airplanes and color schemes. First we have an ATI DC8, followed by a Varig 767-200, a Mexicana 767-300 and finally with only the tail showing is an Atlas Air 747F
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IMG_3348.jpgI was very fortunate to get this Dreamlifter (converted Atlas Air 747 used to transport 787 fuselages) while I was in Miami for the day to photograph the first ever Lufthansa A380 arrival
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atlas7440510mia.jpgNasty gash caused by flap track that came off wing and smacked into the rear fuselage on about 12 mile final to rwy 9
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masair767N314LAUIO0211.jpgBeacons fully lit as MASAir 767F makes final approach to rwy 35
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aerolineas340LV-ZPJ0203jfk.jpgMassive snow storm underway. The loader on the left side was stuck there as were numerous other ground equipment that night. I was the only one at the airport enjoying this weather, everyone else was not very happy, it was really tough to operate in this environment
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ATLASAIR_747-400F_MIA_0410n429mc.jpgThis Atlas Air 747-400F (I believe Philippine Airlines was the previous operator) sits at the run-up pad at MIA as the mechanics run up the engines for testing. Please note my friends that this photo was taken at night time, but with photoshop I was able to brighten it up to where the sky is brighter, but you can see all the beautiful stars as seen only at night (isn't technology lovely?)
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ATLASAIR_747-400F_MIA_0410Bn498mc.jpgThat lovely streak you see on the left side of the screen is an Arrow Air DC10 taxiing by
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dasaircargodc105X-ROYams0802.jpgSome interesting cargo operators in this photo. Martinair (Holland) 747-200, DAS Air Cargo (Uganda) DC10-30F, Polet Flight (Russia) Antonov 124
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argen340_lvzpk_jfk_7_02.jpgArgentina A340 under tow at terminal 4. The construction behind the airplane is on taxiway Hotel. It is not easy to distinguish an A340-200 from a -300, the -200 fuselage is a bit shorter than the -300
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bahamasair_opalocka.jpgBahamasair 737-200 is slowly cannibalized until all useful parts are removed and it is prepared to be chopped up for scrap metal
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ATLAS-AIR_747-400F_MIA_0109B.jpgI spoke to an Atlas mechanic at JFK who advised me that this is an ex-Philippine Airlines machine
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