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Thread: Typical Cargo Service from Australia To Tasmania

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    Shalom and greetings all my pals,

    Presenting a nice typical Ansett airline operated TNT 707 cargo flight from YMML Melbourne Airport which is Australia's second busiest airport located 14 miles northwest of the city centre of Melbourne to YMLT Launceston located in the rural area of Western Junction nine miles from Launceston's city centre in Tasmania.

    Loading cargo goods on a rainy day



    There are lots of cargo bins to be loaded!!



    Tsk tsk tsk bad weather!!



    HEY you forgot one more cargo bin over there!!



    Thunderstorm's lighting brightened the plane that just finished its pushback (yeah must be tough to take screenshot at PRECISELY SAME SPLITTING SECOND TIME as lighting happens!)



    Taxiing to short of runway 16



    Check out the airport's cargo hold apron ground!





    Leaving cargo apron



    Still taxiing to short of runway 16



    Because of regulations of the forums not allowing more than 10 screenshots per post, please be kind enough to go to this hyperlink below to view rest of the exciting flight.

    Here is the link: http://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/th...ralia-tasmania

    Thank you for viewing and stay tuned for next exciitng flight!

    Regards,

    Aharon

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    Really nice looking set! I like the old TNT livery on the 707.
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    Nice shots, funny they used the initials TNT as it is also an abbreviation for dynamite (trinitrotoluene).

    Col.

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    Definitely nice work again!

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    Lively one! Always wonder how you can land in those down under lands
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    Beautiful work as usual Aharon!
    Larry

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    Thanks all for very kind words.

    Regards,

    Aharon

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    Shalom Aharon, another of your high quality posts. Very beautiful.

    Best wishes.

    Khalid
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    Kalizzi,

    Thanks for your kind words. My apologies for late reply.

    Regards,

    Aharon

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