747-600ER, comes with two extra engines, 3 more sets of wheels and a secondary mini stabalizer
you must have been on the moon’s frequency
You mean a missstype
@NJ24 The question is who was here first
Ha! That’s hilarious! I’d call it an Illinois One American Southwest Airlines Airbus 7321-7800. Or something like that.
Yep, that’s definitely a good suggestion. It’s quite rare to see 3 planes stacked on top of each other though. It’s usually only 2.
South american 7321
how does one get to space?
Nah it’s American Southwest Boeing 737-800X with 3 engines 😉
sorry for the late reply but I had to
Well, this is the end. Thank you for all your service
Ladies and Gents we’ve now started our descent into Athens
“AF069 Cleared to descend via…uhhh… Is there any STAR allowing approach from 120000 feet?”