Remarks: That day I saw a VX A320 with some kind of logo on it from my house, drove down to intl term A to get a shot of it, and somehow it ended up being probably the most popular shot I've ever taken. The decals were only on the aircraft for a very short time. This was my first shot to get into a magazine, it headlined the news for an issue of Airliners. Vigin America now uses the recently opened terminal 2.
Remarks: After shooting Tupac, this Kentucky man cashed in and supercharged his Malibu at Bateson Bucket Interprises in Boeing field. Rumor has it his aircraft can accelerate so quickly it can squash a bug on the interior carpet.
Remarks: This is the only commercial service Seirra Vista sees anymore. AMF1857/1858 to Phoenix arrives in the early morning and departs in the evening. The last airline service Sierra Vista had seen was to Phoenix on Mesa B1900Ds opperated on Behalf of America West, but that service ended in the 90s, forcing travelers to make the hour-long drive to Tuscon if they want to fly somewhere. This surprises me as Sierra Vista is larger than many cities with airline service in Arizona. My first time seeing Ameriflight or a B1900C in person, and this is the first shot in the database from KFHU.
Remarks: Hush Kits? NIMBYs are nothing but Chameleon, lemon headed, coward, terrorist rouge helicopter flying John Walsh look-alikes. I remember the good old days when a 727 would take off and my house in the hills above SFO would be shakin'...and it was SHAKIN'...and IT WAS SHAKIN'! Charter probably here to pick up some horses. This one is for David Thompson in CLT.
Remarks: An impressive sight that, sadly, we can no longer see in Louisville. A UPS 747-100 gently banks away in a shallow climb after departure from 35L. This particular bird started life with Pan Am in 1970.