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CONTINENTAL_MD80_N72829_EWR_0994B_JP__MAIN_small.jpgThis slide was in rough shape, revived it as best as I could

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CONTINENTAL_777-200_N78002_1002_JP_small1.jpgThis scan was extremely difficult to color correct, did the best I could
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CONTINENTAL_737-300_N14383_LGA_0396_MAIN_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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CONTINENTAL_737-700_EWR_0801_TAKE1_JP_small.jpgOne of the special photos in the collection. I am in the old EWR tower catwalk on a brilliant Sunday afternoon photographing, about 3 weeks before the attacks of 9/11.... Look at those beautiful towers standing tall and proud in this picture. God bless all the victims and families
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AIRFRANCE_777-200_F-GSPH_LAX_0704C_JP_small.jpgAir France 777-200 departs runway 25R as Continental 767-200 and Delta 767-300 arrive from Newark and Atlanta, respectively
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AMERICAWEST_757-200_N904AW_EWR_0797_MAIN_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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CONTINENTAL_737-700_N16701_UIO_1209B_JP_small.jpgLong departure for this Continental 737-700 out of Quito to Houston
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CONTINENTALEXPRESS_EMB145_N14972_EWR_0501_JP_small.jpgEvenings at Newark are always busy, as evidenced by this May 2001 photo showing 3 airplanes headed to runway 22R for departure, which the American 727 is performing

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CONTINENTAL_737-700_N16701_UIO_1209D_JP_small.jpgLong departure roll as the flight to Houston IAH begins..
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CONTINENTAL_767-400_EWR_0905B_JP_small.jpgContinental 767-400 rests on the tarmac with an army of de-icing trucks standing by for the upcoming winter months
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CONTINENTAL_737-500_N19638_EWR_0503B_JP_small.jpgFlaring to land on rwy 4R at EWR
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CRW_8537_JP.jpgBeautiful selection of aircraft; Alitalia 767, El Al 777, Continental 777, Hooters 737, Independence Air CRJ. All of these color schemes are now gone and Hooters & Independence Air are out of business
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UNITED_A319_N832UA_LAX_0210_JP.jpgLAX is definetely a big United hub. Now with the hookup with Continental, they are huge at LAX
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CONTINENTAL_767-400_FRA_0909B_JP.jpgContinental 767-400 departs rwy 7L on the way to EWR
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continental737N14231FLL0109.jpgIf you look at the right window, you'll see my friend Jeff DeVore holding up a friendly sign. I snapped the photo just before his 737-800 pushed back from the gate in preparation for departure to Houston IAH
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continental737-900_N75436_LAX_1109_JP_.jpgThis is my photographic salute to the old Continental Airlines that is now merged with United Airlines. Seen in this night photo at Continental maintenance is the retro 737-900 and regular colors 737-800
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co739n75436lax1109.jpgBeautiful Continental retrojet rests overnight at Continental maintenance
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UNITED757-A320LAX1110jp.jpgIf you look closely, you'll notice that the 757 is not Continental but United as both companies have merged and the United name has been retained, while the Continental color scheme has been retained as well. As the 757 lines up for rwy 25R, a United A320 follows
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CONTINENTAL_737-700_UIO_1209jp.jpgYou can't tell by looking at the photo but this Continental 737's takeoff roll was especially long. It is rotating where most heavies typically lift thier front gear!
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CONTINENTAL_737-900_n75436_LAX_1109.jpgNice work on this one Continental, very very nice!
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co737sEWR0503.jpgLooks like these 737s are headed for Toys R Us, but they are taxiing for takeoff on rwy 4L
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co735ewr1002N16618.jpgSeen in the background is the old Newark Tower which was demolished and is now CO ramp space
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indepcrjn685brewrjul05.jpgA beautiful selection of aircraft with two of them a part of history; Independence CRJ-200, Hooters 737-300, Continental 777-200 and El Al 777-200
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CO739N31412DEC06IAH.jpgHere you can compare the size of the 737-700 and 737-900
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ewr802.jpgEWR scene back in 2002. The tower is now gone as is the building 10 complex shown to the left of the tower. Now it's all Continental ramp space. Northwest A320 is landing on runway 22L as LH340 and CO772 make their way for a 22R departure
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n57016_ewr_oct2002.jpgThis one goes out to Jeff Devore, chief dispatcher at CO in Houston
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1994jpcolga.jpgThis photo was taken inside one of American Airlines' maintenance hangars in LaGuardia. The MD80 was brought in there for post-crash investigation and as is usually done after an accident, hide it from the passengers flying into and out of the airport. When I walked inside the airplane, about half way down the fuselage I felt a hump under my feet, that is where the fuselage buckled as the airplane ran off the end of the runway (I believe it was runway 31?), coming to rest on a dike. There were no fatalities luckily. For those that know me these days, obviously I don't wear my hair like that anymore haha
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co10hnl.jpgRotating back to the mainland from HNL's reef runway
     
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