The 2nd to last 727 ever built basking in the golden hour sun in León, Mexico.
Interjet loves their Russian regional jet, claiming 99% dispatch reliability.
Convair Prop Vapor
Thanks in part to a 10 hour wait for freight, for just a few minutes, IFL Group's entire fleet of 727's ended up together 1800 miles from home in León, Mexico.
Lit up Rocks
A Kalitta DC9 waiting for freight as the sun sets lighting up the Zapalinamé Mountains in Saltillo, Mexico
The second to last 727 ever built.
Taking a break from it all and enjoying the Mexican scenery.
Parts of an old Lone Star Convair sitting around the old Port Isabel Tower.
One Morning in Mexico
Watching a company 72 land from the door of its matching plane...together two, of the last three 727's built.
A Super27 breaking up monotony that is American Airlines MD-80's at Dallas/Fort Worth.
Built in1966, this JetStar is still going strong, with no plans of retirement.
After the Rain
Getting ready to leave on a late night flight, the rain holding off just long enough to snap this photo.
The Yankee Air Museum's B-25
Small Prop Plane
An old bird still flying daily.
Sunrise in León, Mexico
A Delta 757 leaving PTK after dropping off the Anaheim Angels.
The Ugliest Cool Plane
A Lufthansa A380 arriving at Miami from Frankfurt.
251 was turd in a fleet of Super27's; small engines, a hokey hush kit, and no GPS - but those winglets...
A Delta 757 leaving PTK after dropping off the Angels.
N251FL leaving Leon.
One of two jets the World Heritage Air Museum flew in.
Wing fold while taxi.
B25 + Girls
The plane drew a crowd, so did the girls.