I presume that's Luke AFB
Some other extensive aircraft exhibitions in the USA (on the California/LAX side) that I can "strongly recommend" are .... the Chino and Yanks air museums (these are located almost side-by-side) at Riverside, and the exhibition at March Air Force Base also at/near Riverside.
Charl wrote:The wingletted 767 was surely the most surprising, and anachronistic.
cowpatz wrote:The addition of winglets was a very productive modification.
It seems the flying public can be very fickle when it comes to new stuff - I remember in the 1960s KLM introduced a new modern style livery with diagonal stripes on the tailfin, and then had to change it to horizontal stripes, after market surveys showed that the new style was making prospective passengers uneasy because it suggested instability
I noticed when Qantas introduced their indigenous liveries, the tails all had the flying kangaroo clearly displayed. I can understand the ATC folk having difficulties picking the BA aircraft
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