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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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