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HIFLY_A330-200_CS-TFZ_MIA-JFK_MAIN_JP_small.jpgThe difference between Miami and New York are literally night and day (no pun intended). HiFly (Portugal) A330-200 seen in New York Jan 2015 around 25 degrees (operating for Norwegian) and 10 months later in Miami in 75 degrees (operating for Santa Barbara Venezuela)
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TUIFLY_737-800_D-AHFT_DUS_0315B_JP_small.jpgDeparture out of Dusseldorf after major fog was still lifting
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PREFLIGHTCHECK_CFU_0814D_JP_small.jpgPre-flight inspection
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IFLCARGO_CONVAIR5800_N351FL_PHX_1114_JP_small.jpgUnder contract for DHL
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TUIFLY_737-800_D-ATUM_MUC_0214B_JP_small.jpgTUIfly's latest color scheme (February 2014)
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IFLGROUP_CONVAIR5800_N381FL_MIA_1013C_JP_small.jpgThe very rare Convair 5800
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IFLGROUP_CONVAIR440_N171FL_MIA_0510_JP_small.jpgN171FL had an unfortunate accident in Guatemala City (May 2012), which will probably forever ground this great old airplane. I believe the crew was not injured as the nose gear collapsed and the left propeller penetrated the fuselage
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CARGO-RAMP_MIA_0312_JP_small.jpgNorth side cargo ramp at MIA. Amazingly, this IFL Convair 440 was built in 1956!
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IFLCONVAIR_BWCOLOR_MIA0410.jpgI made a significant change to this photo; I left the airplanes in color but changed everything else in the photo to black and white. I chose to do this because here is a propeller airplane from the 1940's, and behind it is an ultra-modern propeller driven airplane from the 90's, so the contrast in airplanes begs for contrast with the airplanes and their environment in this photo. I know that some of you will really love this!
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IFLCONVAIR580N171FL_MIA0410.jpgIFL Cargo Convair 580 rests on the tarmac as MIA's tower is seen on the other side of the field
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