Nope, no help.
Check for yourself: SFO RUNWAY SEPARATION.
Take the tour:
And then compare Air Trump One with Air Force One.
And then watch as this quite narrow narrow-body airliner bounces from one bankrupt airline to another.
That’s not too baller, huh?
And Donald, Rolls Royce jet engines have NOTHING to do with luxury cars. I’ve never heard anybody ever make this connection, AAMOF. RR engines are no more or less “luxurious” than anything from GE or Pratt & Whitney or anywhere else.
Basically, what this long since out of production 757 is is a super Boeing 737. That means that it has a narrow width (which comes from a decision made in the 1950’s with the ancient 707) by today’s standards. Donald could have gone with a used 767 widebody, as other billionaires do. Of course, there’d be some downsides with this decision, but it would have been the ballier choice, one that would have been made by a baller. (And if you wanted to go fishing in some small out of the way place, you could have a small, regular corporate jet.)
And oh yes, you’ll never ever be President, Donald Trump, despite what people say.
Play us out, actual baller jet:
Well, here you go:
Mysterious triangles in the sky might be a Doritos ad – Tomikka Anderson
And here’s the start of it:
And then all the triangles blew off to the southwest over Sutro Tower:
Precision flying. GPS-assisted? IDK:
One leg and then the other and then you have a perfect equilateral triangle, or a Dorito I s’pose:
A 60-degree angle, every time:
In closing, Chemtrails!
Whucka, whucka, whucka, whucka…
This National Nuclear Security Administration bird is shaking the building I’m in right now, oh well. This is what is looks like:
And here’s a shot from Frisco – yesterday, closer to the Financh
Bell 412, baby!
Stay frosty, people!
Whucka, whucka, whucka, whucka…
(SAN JOSE and SAN FRANCISCO, California) – A helicopter may be seen flying at low altitudes over portions of the San Francisco Bay Area from January 29 through February 6, 2016. The purpose of the flyovers is to measure naturally occurring background radiation.
Officials from the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) announced that the radiation assessment will cover a collection of areas spanning approximately 22 square miles. A twin-engine Bell 412 helicopter, operated by the Remote Sensing Laboratory Aerial Measuring System from Nellis Air Force Base, will be equipped with radiation sensing technology. The helicopter will fly in a grid pattern over the areas at 150 feet (or higher) above the ground surface at a speed of approximately 80 miles per hour. Flyovers will occur only during daylight hours and are estimated to take about three hours to complete per area.
The measurement of naturally occurring radiation to establish baseline levels is a normal part of security and emergency preparedness. NNSA is making the public aware of the upcoming flights so that citizens who see the low-flying aircraft are not alarmed.
Established by Congress in 2000, NNSA is a semi-autonomous agency within the U.S. Department of Energy responsible for enhancing national security through the military application of nuclear science. NNSA maintains and enhances the safety, security, and effectiveness of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile without nuclear explosive testing; works to reduce the global danger from weapons of mass destruction; provides the U.S. Navy with safe and effective nuclear propulsion; and responds to nuclear and radiological emergencies in the U.S. and abroad. Visit www.nnsa.energy.gov for more information.
These are some of the Lockheed C-130 military airplanes I’ve seen over town over the years, but this here Lynden Air Cargo Lockheed L-100 is the first civilian version I’ve ever spotted.
As seen looking south on Laguna:
Or contrails, as I call them…
Still, I can’t help but wonder what’s exactly under that giant X, somewhere, over the rainbow…
The track of this airplane high over SF yesterday would look something like this
I don’t know who else would be doing this kind of thing, is what I’m saying.
We can hear you Feds, the constant whine that doesn’t go away, that you can easily hear if there’s no traffic going by you.
As seen above the 94117 – it reminded me of seeing this C-2A Greyhound flying about the Golden Gate Bridge one time.
Everybody flies these C-130 birds – the Blue Angels, the Air Force, the Coast Guard. Even my dad drove them around, many years ago. But I guess we have too many?
I think we have too many, too many old ones, anyway.