/r/aviationSomething a little obscure, the XF-108
/r/aviationTIL that the B2 shares an uncanny similarity to a hawk
/r/aviationAn outtake with pilot, Jeffrey Rust in the Lewis Air Legends CF-5D Freedom Fighter. If you zoom in you can see the reflection of the B-25 in his visor, which I’m shooting from.
/r/aviationLockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II
/r/aviationOf course a phone camera doesn’t do it justice. I work next to lambert airport and Boeing. Constant take off and test flights weather permitting. Neat to see them bank over the building to land and near vertical takeoffs. Deafening at times
/r/aviationBonanza under the Eiffel Tower
/r/aviationTwo Lufthansa Jumbos in the evening sun at Frankfurt airport yesterday ☀️
/r/aviationPOV of the blue angels
/r/aviationHes got a burnt out head light, we call it fetty crop
/r/aviationThe A-10AA. [720×946]
/r/aviationQatar Airways Boeing 787 vector art I made.
/r/aviationAnyone ID this insane stunt plane!
/r/aviationOne of the last KLM Boeing 747 flights, this one my mom was on returning passengers home from Paramaribo. Sad to see such a beautiful aircraft go
/r/aviationSunrise from a KLM 772 somewhere over Russia
/r/aviationF-117 feeling a little waves
/r/aviationSR-71 refueling mid-air...
/r/aviationThe Bristol Brabazon, a failed project by the Bristol Aeroplane Company. It started as a proposed bomber design, but evolved into a long-range airliner. It had two decks and could carry 100 pax. It never got any orders and the only prototype was scrapped in 1957.
/r/aviationHawks in the climb and break, a photo in a series currently on display at RAF museum Hendon. Courtesy of Cpl Paul Clifford.
/r/aviationF-15E Inverts Into The Abyss at Full Afterburner
/r/aviationVapor wave F-35
/r/aviationBritish Airways BOAC spotted at Boston Logan Airport, March 20
/r/aviationBoeing Globemaster C-17
/r/aviationA rare treat of both AN-124 and IL-76 at PANC. Closest I could get, unfortunately.
/r/aviationMy first and probably last ride on a 747-Landing into Sydney with Qantas (December 2019)
/r/aviation2 different kinds of aviators
/r/aviationLoad shift leads to a tragic stall.