Rare in-flight Wedgetail spotted in the wild

There I was this afternoon on the patio outside the Museum of Flight just off the ramp at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington. Then comes a Boeing 737 Wedgetail for the Royal Australian Air Force in for a landing. I managed to power on my camera and capture the touchdown and taxi. Stay tuned for follow-up news story based on a briefing today with Boeing’s Wedgetail guy in Seattle.



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3 Responses to Rare in-flight Wedgetail spotted in the wild

  1. Matt 18 May, 2009 at 7:59 pm #

    Hopefully this followup includes some details of the recent demonstration exercises in AUS.

  2. momento 18 May, 2009 at 10:47 pm #

    Nice “find”.

    I wonder how that bird would behave during strong side-winds…

  3. RSF 23 May, 2009 at 10:26 pm #

    There has also been a wedge tail for the Turkish Airforce parked on the flight line adjacent to the Museum of Flight.

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