The Chicken Works: The Aviation Art of JP Santiago

  1. Short Final

    by , 02-09-2014 at 02:54 PM (The Chicken Works: The Aviation Art of JP Santiago)

    American Eagle ERJ-145 on short final for 17C on the east side of DFW....

    Location: SH114/Freeport Parkway
  2. Trojan heading out...

    by , 02-08-2014 at 10:16 PM (The Chicken Works: The Aviation Art of JP Santiago)

    The North American T-28 Trojan entered military service in 1950 as a primary trainer to replace North American's own T-6 Texan. Although the USAF phased out their T-28s in the early 1960s, the Navy remained an enthusiastic user with the last T-28 training flight taking place in 1984, the Beech T-34C Mentor replacing the Trojan.

    Location: Addison Airport (Warbirds Over Addison 2013)
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  3. And the Rest is History...

    by , 02-08-2014 at 02:59 PM (The Chicken Works: The Aviation Art of JP Santiago)

    With the clouds of war looming in Europe, the British turned to the United States for more fighter aircraft was British facilities were already tied up with Hurricane and Spitfire production. Only the P-39 Airacobra and the P-40 Warhawk were available to the British and the Warhawk was their preferred choice. Curtiss had no spare production capacity for a large British order, so they approached Dutch Kindleberger, ...
  4. Afternoon Push

    by , 02-05-2014 at 10:14 AM (The Chicken Works: The Aviation Art of JP Santiago)

    Mid-afternoon around 330pm at DFW the UPS ramp next to the spotting park springs to life....

    Location: DFW Founders' Plaza
    Tags: 757, 767, a300, airbus, boeing, ups Add / Edit Tags
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  5. Bits and Pieces....

    by , 02-04-2014 at 09:43 PM (The Chicken Works: The Aviation Art of JP Santiago)

    Looks like N728SK has got a few bits from United's final colors before the merger with Continental. This CRJ700 was delivered to Skywest in January 2005.

    Location: DFW Founders' Plaza
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