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    THY8 (TC-JDN) - Washington to Istanbul - at 450knots/37000ft on 19/3/12 (data from fr24):






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    Excellent photo's guys.
    HWZ1 - Great to see the Airbus A300-600ST,not seen that yet.The Etihad A340 (F1 Colours)is a good catch. :-)

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    Kalitta Air CKS437 (N744CK) - Charleston to Liege - at 465knots/35000ft on 19/3/12 (data from fr24):









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    BAW24R (G-BNLV) - Chicago to London - at 460knots/37000ft on 19/3/12 (data from fr24):


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    2 from this morning
    SIA26 9V-SKJ A380 & CLX836 LX-VCD B748 both heading West to the States


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    The second Kalitta Air 747 seen on 19/3/12.

    CK329 (N745CK) - no airports data given - at 485knots/35000ft (data from fr24):



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    Just joined the Forum but have been impressed for months with contrail photographs. Excellent pictures Mike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiiff Neck View Post
    Just joined the Forum but have been impressed for months with contrail photographs. Excellent pictures Mike.
    Yes, it's good to have flightradar24 available to allow you to identify what's passing over above.
    The current spell of fine weather is not suitable for good long distance photos unfortunately.
    Here is another shot of RJA264 (JY-AIB) going over on 19/3/12:




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