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Old 04-13-2019, 04:49 PM
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Just when I thought the 747 was gonna be the biggest plane I'll ever see, this decided to drop by...
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Edit: it's Australian, so the image orientation seems appropriate.
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I have yet to see A380 but I'm told they fly pretty often from YYZ.

The odd plane I have seen today was AN-2 biplane in some dark colors flying along lake Ontario towards Island Airport.When you see one you can easily spot it from a distance.I don't think there was ever any plane designed even remotely similar to AN-2.
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I dunno if the C-17 is bigger than I thought it was, or if the KC-135 is smaller than I thought it was...
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I dunno if the C-17 is bigger than I thought it was, or if the KC-135 is smaller than I thought it was...
KC-135 / 707 is smaller nowadays.
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C-17 is B707 on fast food diet.It is big,I've seen one in Trenton.B707 looks like a spots car compared to it.
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Hee hee... Back in the day I always thought the C-130 Hercybirds were big. When I made up Bruno's 1:300 C-15 Galaxy, I thought he'd got his scales mixed up somewhat, but then I found this picture on Google ...



We used to get a couple of Hercybirds flying over us here several times a week, but it would appear that they are being phased out by a Galaxy. That only comes over once a month, but at low level, we know all about it's passing. It helps to dry the washing I guess. Still see the Herkybirds occasionally though, and the pilots still wave. Yep, they are low enough for us to see them wave.
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The odd plane I have seen today was AN-2 biplane in some dark colors flying along lake Ontario towards Island Airport.When you see one you can easily spot it from a distance.I don't think there was ever any plane designed even remotely similar to AN-2.
Maybe this one?


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The job dictates the size of the plane.

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Very well could be.Too far to tell.
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Guess what season it is here...
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