Pudasjärvi airfield is home field for OIK @oulunilmailukerho as well PUIK (Pudasjärvi aviation club). From may to end of September there are continuous flying with planes like these. The rest of the year flying continues a bit lower efforts... @hirsikampus_ilmailu @hirsikampus @pudasjarvenlukio @pudasjarvenkaupunki #aviationlovers#avgeek#flying
One of our favorite weekends of the year is back! Today and tomorrow from 10am-3pm, Chicago will have their eyes on the sky for the Annual Air and Water Show! ✈️
This incredible 📸 was taken by @robbynichols at @360chicago!
What do you think of Embraer?
Plane: Embraer ERJ-190AR
Airline: American Airlines
A Delta (former NWA 5600-series) 757-200 blasts off from Little Rock, headed to Atlanta, after a diversion due to an ATL weather/ground stop. When originally being designed, the aircraft was dubbed 7N7, right alongside the 7X7, which was to become the 767. The 7N7 went through several changes and modifications during its design study. In 1978, the design was based off of the 727 cross-section, fitted with a new wing with a pair of engines slung under. The T-tail design remained, but with no rear engines or S-duct setup. Wind tests showed the T-Tail provided a fuel cost savings after taking away the S-duct, so it remained for a while. At that time, it was thought the engines might be CF6's or P&W JT8D's. The 757 could have looked more like the 727 then it does today, despite the similarities it still shares. Thankfully though, the design received a nose job, and a tail redesign in 1979, with the wing being improved still. This resulted in the ready for market, Boeing 757.
A year ago, TJ Hull took an intro flight at Aero Atlanta. Today he passed his Private Pilot checkride! Next week he continues his path to a bright aviation future at Middle Tenn State. Congrats!!! Another milestone on the flight was accomplished by Brant Robinson. TJs practical test was Brant's first checkride as an FAA DPE. #pilotlife#avgeek
Failed Ice Pilots spin off. “Buffalo Joe vs Godzilla”. This was the climax of the film when Buffalo Joe saves the town of Fort Providence by tricking Godzilla into getting himself stuck in the Deh Cho Bridge.