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Old school action!


Due to the use of a 300mm lens, it would appear that this Beech Baron is about to to become 747 'roadkill'

Photographer: Thomas Millard
Gulfstream on approach


This Gulfstream was on finals to 26R when it pulled up and turned for the 15's.

Photographer: Andrew Broadfoot
Speedbird!


Speedbird lifts off runway 15R, with downtown Houston in the background.

Photographer: Andrew Broadfoot
Head on of the Learjet!


This Lear just greased a landing on 35 at Hobby and is heading back to Million Air.

Photographer: Max Tribolet
European Duel!


LH 441 on her way to 15L while BA 203 prepares to enter the terminal D ramp via taxiway November-Kilo.

Photographer: Daniel Santamaria
First Solo!


PJ Gustafson, and his AOPA Project Pilot mentor, Jeffery Weiss, stand in front of N1629E. PJ completed his first solo on Friday June 22, 2007.

All of us at HoustonSpotters extend a big congratulations to PJ. He is well on his way to becoming a pilot!

Photographer: Jeffrey C. Weiss
Weather!


With a summer downpour in the area, a Cessna Citation lands at Hobby Airport. This shot was featured on a Fox 26 weather segment in June 2007.

Photographer: Michael Bludworth
Barrington Irving's visit to Houston!


At 23 years old, Barrington Irving is the youngest african-american pilot to fly around the world in a single engine, general aviation airplane. His aircraft, N731EA, named "Inspiration" has taken him around the globe in a few short months. After one more stop in Mobile, he will complete his journey where he started in Miami.

Track his trip and get more information at his website: www.ExperienceAviation.org

Standing: Blair, Rikki, Fred, Bernard, Drew, Barrington, John, PJ, Joanne
Kneeling: Francisco, Dee, Sandy, Gene

Photographer: Blair McFarlain
DC-6 nose parked in front of the museum


This DC-6 nose will become a permanent attraction to the 1940 Air Terminal Museum in the future. For the moment, it sits in front of the museum, waiting for its transformation.

Photographer: Michael Bludworth
Larson hangar cleaning


08-JUN-2007 Volunteers of the 1940 Air Terminal Museum gathered to help clean up the Larson hangar where the Lockheed Lodestar is kept, along with other equipment. In addition to being cleaned, the St. Louis helicopter was also moved into the hangar.

Left to right: Francisco Guiterrez, Joanne Roemer, Dee Rosen, Josh Teter, Blair McFarlain, Rikki Stafford, Bernard Morris.

Photographer: Michael Bludworth

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