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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAZZZZF_JP_small1.jpgThis was the maintenance crew that helped move the 757 from the airport ramp across the street to the museum (also moved the DC9 that day)
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DELTA_A350-900_N501DN_ATL_0817_52_JP_small.jpgInaugural Delta A350 flight to Atlanta
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DELTA_A350-900_N501DN_ATL_0817_13_JP_small.jpgFirst ever arrival of U.S. registered A350-900 on U.S. soil. The A350 came straight from the factory in Toulouse France for the delivery flight. Arrival was at 130AM
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ATLASAIR_747-8F_N855GT_MIA_0217_4_JP_small.jpgAtlas Air 747-8F departs Miami's runway 9 at 130AM (Photography started at 7AM the day before). The white marks below the cockpit windows is not the airplane crying- it's the moon shining bright
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DELTA_737-900_N848DN_ATL_1115_8_JP_small1.jpgHaving just arrived from Seattle, this brand new 737-900 is being prepped for line service in addition to having scimitar winglets installed
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ASIANACARGO_747-400BCF_ATL_1013_JP_small3.jpgPhotographed from a mile away, cropped heavily- did the best I could
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ATLASAIR_747-400_N409MC_JFK_0913C_JP_small.jpgAdditional titles: Operated by Atlas Air Inc. on behalf of Qantas Airways Ltd
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DELTA_737-900_ATL_0416_JP_small.jpgBrand new delivery from Boeing
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DELTA_777-200_N863DA_ATL_1105_JP_small2.jpgSorry about the placement of the automatically added watermark on this photo
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAZZZJ_JP_BWMAIN_small1.jpgThis photo is very special. The 757 makes one final stop at Woolman Place (note the green sign. C.E. Woolman was the founder of Delta) before proceeding to rest for its remaining years in the museum. Seen on the left is the DC9-50, which has already made the street crossing
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414ZI_JP_small1~0.jpgMy favorite shot of the 757/DC9 move to the museum photo shoot is this one as the sun was coming up early in the morning, the light conditions were just perfect and the FLY DELTA JETS sign and tower were still very much standing out
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DELTA_747-400_N661US_ATL_0416_136_JP_small.jpgSorry about the watermark it's automatically applied to every photo
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DELTA_747-400_N661US_ATL_0416_25_JP_small.jpgN661US is finally home at the Delta Museum where she will be loved by many for years to come
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DELTA_747-400_N661US_ATL_0416__17_JP_small.jpgThis is a very special 747. It is the first 747-400 off the production line, delivered to Northwest Airlines April 29, 1988. April 29th 2016 is the last night the airplane would ever spend on an airport ramp, the next morning it was moved over to the museum across the street

Sorry about the watermark it is automatically applied to every photo in that spot
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAZZZT_JP_small.jpgYou won't see a large commercial airliner on a city street very often
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DELTA_DC9-50_N675MC_ATL_414D_JP_small.jpgThis photograph was taken the evening before the following day's move of these two beauties to the museum across the street
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DELTA_A330-300_N825NW_ATL_1115_23_JP_small.jpgCargo hold of new Delta A330-300IGW after delivery from Airbus
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DHL_767-200F_N656GT_MIA_0116_JP_small.jpgThis is an Atlas Air 762F operated by DHL with Rugby World 2015 decal applied, undergoing maintenance in Miami
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAN_JP_small.jpgThe Delta 757 which sits in front of the museum in Atlanta atl is seen here on the North side of ATL the day before being moved over to the museum for permanent display
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DELTA_737-900_N827DN_ATL_1114V_JP_small.jpgThis is the front nose section of the 737-900 photographed with 15mm fisheye lens
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FEDEX_MD11_N574FE_ATL_1013C_jP_small.jpgVery little light so results are not as hoped for but passes the bar for uploading
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RUNWAY27R_ATL_0315D_JP_small.jpgLine up and wait runway 27R. ATL-MUC
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DELTA_MD11_ATL_0899_JP_small_UPLOADED.jpgWhile the DC10 is missing in this photo as that type departed Delta's fleet several decades ago, the other two "heavy" tri-engined workhorses are shown: The Lockheed L1011 Tristar and the MD11
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DELTA_737-900_N827DN_ATL_1114_JP_small.jpg1st Delta jet to feature the Delta logo and name under the fuselage (the entire fleet will eventually have the same thing)
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CORENDON_737-800_CS-TQU_CFU_0814B_JP_small.jpgLeased from Euroatlantic Portugal
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DELTA_757-200_N629DL_ATL_0899_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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DELTA_777LR_ATL_0414_JP_small.jpgBeautiful large oil painting located in Delta's world headquarters executive building in Atlanta. The bottom reads:

Presented to Delta Air Lines
In celebration of your second 777-200LR delivery on March 2008 from the Boeing Company
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DELTA_DC9-50_N675MC_ATL_414ZZB_JP_HDR_small.jpgThe DC9 is about to go over the pedestrian curb as the 757 awaits its turn to do the same
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AMERICAN_737-800_N887NN_ATL_414N_AVART_JP_small.jpgDelta 757 and DC9 share the ramp at Landmark Aviation on the North side of Atlanta Hartsfield Int'l Airport on the final night that the two Delta jets are going to be on airport grounds (in the morning they were both towed over to the Delta museum)
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAZZM_JP_smallCR2.jpgYou won't see a 757 going over a pedestrian curb too often, that I can assure you.
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414small.jpgThe 757 is displayed in front of the two museum hangars for the one and only time ever before being positioned at the entrance to the museum across the parking lot
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DELTA_757-200_N608DL_ATL_414_AA_JP_small.jpgC.E. Woolman was the founder of Delta Air Lines. The Delta 757 passes Woolman Pl. on the way to its retirement in the Delta Museum
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414ZB_JP_small.jpgThe 757 and DC9 are displayed on the North side of Atlanta Hartsfield Int'l Airport in the early morning hours before their final move across the street to the Delta Museum
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414M_JP_small.jpgFinal night on airport ramp for this Delta 757-200. Seen in the distance are the Fly Delta Jets sign over Tech Ops Center and the lit up FAA control tower
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DELTA_DC9-50_N675MC_ATL_414A_JP_small.jpgPhotographed during the last night this DC9 will ever spend on an airport ramp. In the morning, it will be moved to the Delta museum where it will be placed on 3 concrete pads in the grass as an exhibit
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DELTA_717_N935AT_ATL_1013c_JP_small.jpgSetting up the elevated photo, the airplanes are towed to their respective positions before the lift goes up
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DELTA_717_N935AT_ATL_1013ZZA_JP_small.jpgDelta 717 goes out on a test flight just days before entering revenue service
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CFM56-7_ATL_1111E_JP_small.jpgTest cell where engines are spooled up to maximum power for testing/trouble-shooting
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CATHAYPACIFICCARGO_747-800_B-LJF_ANC_0813M_JP_small.jpgAnchorage is a great place to see the numerous 747-800F operators of the world
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DELTA_717_N935AT_ATL_1013ZH_JP_small.jpgI am pleased to share with you this once in a lifetime photo showcasing Delta's entire McDonnell Douglas narrow-body fleet, which includes: 717 (MD95), DC9-50, MD88, MD90. A tremendous amount of logistics and manpower went into making this photo a reality, in addition to the fact that the minute the photo shoot ended, 3 of the 4 airplanes were immediately towed to the terminal for their next flight assignments. I was honored to be invited to photograph this event, thank you Delta Air Lines!
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DELTA_737-900_N804DN_ATL_1013E_JP_small.jpgAs the lift was going up to photograph the 4 MD narrow bodies, I couldn't resist a grab shot of this yet-to-be-delivered 737-900 sitting in front of the berm at Tech Ops Center
DELTA_717_N935AT_ATL_1013ZF_JP_small.jpg
DELTA_717_N935AT_ATL_1013ZF_JP_small.jpgI am pleased to share with you this once in a lifetime photo showcasing Delta's entire McDonnell Douglas narrow-body fleet, which includes: 717 (MD95), DC9-50, MD88, MD90. A tremendous amount of logistics and manpower went into making this photo a reality, in addition to the fact that the minute the photo shoot ended, 3 of the 4 airplanes were immediately towed to the terminal for their next flight assignments. I was honored to be invited to photograph this event, thank you Delta Air Lines!
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DELTA_737-900_ATL_1013_JP_small.jpgOne happy aviation enthusiast is standing in front of the recently delivered beautiful Delta 737-900, which is not yet in service (will enter service 5 days after this photo was taken)
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DELTA_767-300_N176DZ_ATL_0899_TAKE1_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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DELTA_ATL_1112G_JP_small.jpg747-400, MD88 and DC9-50 in the bay for maintenance
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ATLASAIR_747-400F_N419MC_MIA_0113_JP_small.jpg
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DREAMLIFTER_747_N747BC_MIA_0611O_JP_small.jpgDreamlifter is a modified Atlas Air 747-200 Boeing contracts to ship oversized airplane parts (primarily 787 fuselage pieces)
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MRO_ATL_1112B_JP_small.jpg737-800 undergoing heavy maintenance
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DELTACONNECTION_CRJ700_N717EV_ATL_1208_JP_small.jpgPhotographed through the terminal glass in Atlanta while waiting for connecting flight. Not the best quality as it was taken with my previous camera that is not nearly as good as my current one, but still worthy of sharing...
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WORLDATLANTIC_MD80_N804WA_MIA_0113_JP_small.jpgAlways nice to have a bright airplane against a dark sky/background, even better when the American flag is present!
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ATLASAIR_747-200_N523MC_MIA_1210_JP_small.jpg
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DELTA_767-300_N127DL_ATL_1108_JP_small.jpgShown in this photo are the brand new leather wrapped seats that are about to be installed in this 767-300 as the fleet-wide interior upgrade program is fully underway
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ATLASAIR_747-200_N540MC_MIA_1009_JP_small.jpgJacked up for landing gear work
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ATLASAIR_747-400F_N459MC_MIA_1012B_JP_small.jpgBecause this photo was taken at night (it looks the way it does because I adjusted the lighting on the computer) you can see the lights from not only the departing traffic (right side of pic above the 747), but also the previous traffic to that one, which departed from the same runway 9L (just to the right of the 747 tail)
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ATLASAIAR_747-400F_N493MC_JFK_0612_JP_small.jpgNice rainbow over the wings as Atlas Air 747-400F departs runway 4L
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DELTA_757-200_N546US_ATL_1111B_JP_small.jpgBusy afternoon at Delta HQ in Atlanta..
DREAMLIFTER_747_N747BC_MIA_0611P_JP_small.jpg
DREAMLIFTER_747_N747BC_MIA_0611P_JP_small.jpgThe Dreamlifter is an Atlas Air airplane that was converted by Boeing (hence the -BC registration, Boeing Company) in order to transport 787 parts from one plant to the other
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ATI_VARIG_MEXICANA_ATLAS_MIA_1211_JP_small.jpgWhat a gorgeous selection of airplanes and color schemes. First we have an ATI DC8, followed by a Varig 767-200, a Mexicana 767-300 and finally with only the tail showing is an Atlas Air 747F
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DELTA_737-800_ATL_1105D_JP.jpgDelta Shuttle 737-800 undergoing heavy maintenance at Delta Tech Ops
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BRIANGUSTAFSON_ATL_1105_JP.jpgNot an "aviation" photo, but it is for me. I shot this photo of my friend Brian Gustafson back on November 2005 from the Renaissance Hotel balcony on the 7th floor as Brian circled around before parking. Brian passed in 2010 and he will be forever missed by myself and my Delta friends in Atlanta. Rest in peace Brian!
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DELTA_767-300_1106_JP.jpgView out of the window of Delta 767-300 somewhere over Germany, routing was ATL-FRA
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DELTA_767-200_N102DA_ATL_0309_JP.jpg767-200 N102DA "Spirit of Delta" is proudly displayed at the Delta museum in ATL
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IMG_3348.jpgI was very fortunate to get this Dreamlifter (converted Atlas Air 747 used to transport 787 fuselages) while I was in Miami for the day to photograph the first ever Lufthansa A380 arrival
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delta757n610dl_atl1105.jpgDelta's 757 in Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer awareness color scheme undergoes heavy maintenance at ATL Delta TechOps. Note the rear portion of the vertical stabilizer on top left...
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atlas7440510mia.jpgNasty gash caused by flap track that came off wing and smacked into the rear fuselage on about 12 mile final to rwy 9
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euroatlantic767CS-TLZMIA111.jpgThis EuroAtlantic 767F operates out of MIA for LAN
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dalmd80N947DLatl1108.jpgPretty neat seeing this MD80 with its front gear in the air inside the hangar
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delta762n113daATLnov05.jpgDelta's 767-200's are no longer part of the fleet. Most went to Airborne Express after freighter conversion
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delta757N656DLatl1108.jpgN656DL undergoes routine maintenance as sister ships watch and await their turn in the maintenance bay
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ATLASAIR_747-400F_MIA_0410n429mc.jpgThis Atlas Air 747-400F (I believe Philippine Airlines was the previous operator) sits at the run-up pad at MIA as the mechanics run up the engines for testing. Please note my friends that this photo was taken at night time, but with photoshop I was able to brighten it up to where the sky is brighter, but you can see all the beautiful stars as seen only at night (isn't technology lovely?)
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ATLASAIR_747-400F_MIA_0410Bn498mc.jpgThat lovely streak you see on the left side of the screen is an Arrow Air DC10 taxiing by
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dal737wingletatl2008.jpgThis is what a winglet looks like before being installed on wing edge of the 737
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deltaATL_march09.jpgN131DN is a domestic 767-300 which has since been retired to the desert
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airatl742_tfatd_jfk_5_02.jpgThis Air Atlanta 747-200 was flying for Nigeria Airlines for a short while out of Terminal 4
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dal757gearmainnov05.jpgThis is what a brand new Boeing 757 main gear assembly looks like, an amazing piece of engineering
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dalatl1105rennaisance.jpgFoggy morning on the north side of ATL as seen from the 11th floor of the Renaissance Hotel
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song757n610dlnov05escapechute.jpgThis is what the escape chute looks like when opened and before it is inflated
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dal757n750at1106atl.jpgN750AT is an ex-American Trans Air 757, seen landing here parallel to another Delta 757 in ATL
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maintenance_delta_ATL.jpgSome of the finest men and women in the industry work in Delta's TOC (Tech Ops Center)
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N610DLATLJP.jpgThis beautiful 757 is undergoing heavy maintenance. Note the rear rudder near the nose. This 757 is painted in breast cancer awareness colors and has since been repainted with a new breast cancer color scheme. Hopefully a cure can be found soon!
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atldeltamar06.jpgTypical afternoon in ATL, busy busy busy
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