two boeings
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two boeings

The view: TwoBoeings nose to nose but decades apart.

The pilot: ChrisSchaich

The airplane: Boeing IB75A (450 Stearman) and Boeing 737 (BBJ)

The mission: Flying weekend rides in the museum Stearman.

The memory: I had been flying local ride flights from the FBO ramp with a Boeing 737 BBJ parked close by.  During a break between rides, I was admiring the two aircraft from the same manufacturer. Their vast differences in design and function, yet commonality of mission and operation at a basic level.  The BBJ a symbol of wealth and style owned by an unknown owner aside this humble Stearman that was once owned by a well-known hotel brand Barron.

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  1. Dale Hill
    Dale Hill says:

    Very creative! But I had to look at it twice to see the BBJ and then realized it was indeed a GREAT picture binging the two Boeings together!


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