EAU is a fairly small airport with only 12 commercial flights per day on average.
"Rebecca", delivered August 1 1983.
This one was delivered 10/17/75 to TAP Air/Portugal, registered CS-TJD. Later to Pakistan Int'l as AP-AYW and retired in October 2005. Shown here in PIA's basic colors.
Built as Air Force# 44-74417, delivered to the RCAF as # 9586. This plane crashed, killing the pilot, while flying as part of EAA Airventure approx. 2 hours after this photo was taken.
Photo 2 of 2: the south pier of Concourse A with Concourse B in the upper right.
176th Fighter Squadron, Wisconsin Air National Guard. Delivered to the Air Force on 8/25/88.
ex-Coast Guard # 7226.
Flown by SwissAir (HB-IHB) 1973-1984; also flown by Spantax (EC-DUG) 1984-1986; Continental 1986-2000; withdrawn from use 7/1/00. Stored at Mohave before being brought here to be broken up.
An overview of Nashville's airport looking to the west from Eagle flight 263 enroute HSV-ORD. Runways are 2L, 2C, 2R, and 13/31.
Honda's first aircraft.
The old Hartsfield tower and famous "Fly Delta Jets" sign. This tower was built in 1975 and was replaced by a new one in 2006.
This was one of two prototypes built in the mid 1970s to compete for a bid to replace the C-130. The Air Force didn't buy it, but the basic design is what eventually became the C-17 Globemaster. ... (more)
Flight 620 from Chicago landing on 19R.
Operated by North Central/Republic/Northwest from May 9 1969 to September 11 2005.
Afternoon action at Concourse C - 17 aircraft visible!