On the Hillside | Spotting @KEGE 2/29/20

Hello again!
On February 29th, after a magnificent morning flight lesson at the Eagle County Regional Airport, I decided to go spotting for a few minutes as it was such a warm and sunny day! Days like this don’t come around often, especially in the frigid winters of Colorado. As the busy winter ski traffic concludes with the changing seasons, I was eager to go spotting anyways. So when I had the time to take some photos, I didn’t hesitate. Here are some of them:

United Airlines Boeing 757 (N17133) from Newark:

American Airlines Boeing 757 (N189AN) from Philadelphia:

Embraer ERJ-135BJ (XA-VDF) from El Paso:

Cessna Citation Excel (N810JB) from Denver:

American Airlines Boeing 757 (N190AA) from Miami:

Hawker 1000 (N600MV) from Nashville:

Gulfstream IV (N236CA) from Dallas:

Bombardier Challenger 300 (N589FX) from Atlanta:

Cirrus Vision SF50 (N268JM) from Austin:

Not the best photo but still worth it!

Also, be sure to check out my Instagram! You can view all my photos from past spotting sessions as well. 👇

Thank you for viewing my photos. If you have any comments or suggestions, I would love to hear them. Also, comment your favorite below!

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Great shots! I’m out of likes tho, sorry :(

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Wait…

Where is the BIRB???

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@anon38496261, fix this individual

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I’m working on it. :-)

Ok. Thank you!

GET ME THE BIRB lol jk.

Great pictures!

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Lol I need a BIRB.

Awesome photos.

Just wondering, has American flown the E-175 to EGE before?

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Baby BIRBS!!!

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BIRB!!!

thank you :)))

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Are you willing to send one of those baby birbs to me? Or call me at 800-096-TONY

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Not that I know of. Only United sends the E-175s into EGE.

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YASSSS it’s beautiful, lol

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You mean +1 (800) 096-TONY, lol

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How did you know?

Where are the BIRBS?

Cause I created that number.

I wonder what would happen if you actually called it.

I’ll be right back.

My topic has been invaded by birb commercials…