Previously with Mexicana as XA-UBQ.
This pink Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Delta four hundred, looks great, as it's pink belly is lighted up by the white roofed warehouse it's overflying!
Landing MIA RW 09.
Previously YV2157, now re-registered YV403T, is looking a bit worse for wear, with flat tire and the need for a paint job. Stored at Kendall-Tamiami Airport.
I hadn't seen this One World beauty again, since it first came out. It's like a mirror! Fleet number 5FN.
Stored at Tamiami. You noticed how no matter what the color scheme, An-26s always have military green hubs?
Landing MIA RW 12. Fleet number : 3116
These beauties are loooooong! Here, Soul Sister lands on MIA RW12. Air - born 2006
Getting beautifully lighted up from underneath as it overflies a white roofed wharehouse on short final to MIA RW12. This one I dedicate to my friend Steven Marquez.
Getting beautifully lighted up from underneath as it overflies a white roofed wharehouse on short final to MIA RW12.
This aircraft wore the VISA Card logo, now wears Ford-Harley pickup truck advertising, and is seen here landing at MIA RW9.
Passing through Opa Locka on it's way to Blythesville, AR to be disposed of.
Air Methods, the world's largest air ambulance operator, operates this MBB BK117 air ambulance for Tampa General Hospital.
First B767-200 for Rio Linhas Aereas. Stopped in FLL on it's delivery flight to Brazil. Thanks to Roberto and Luimer for the assistance!
This thing is big!!!