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|Used as a restaurant near the Breezes resort, Koraalspechtweg, Curacao. This time with open door and the stairs deployed as the temperture was sky-high. Picture taken in the afternoon while thinking about dinner. This plane is getting more and more covered with the plants surrounding it.|
|At Iliff Pre School in Denver the fuselage of a DC7 stand. It had the tailnumber N6321C.|
was originally delivered to United Airlines in 1954 and was promptly named Mainliner Detroit. This DC7 flew with United Airlines until 1960, when she was sold back to Douglas and then server with various companies.
Ronald Regan used this aircraft when he was running for governo...
|At Ahmad Al Jaber Airbase. Used for fire training, damaged during the 1991 Gulf War.|
The Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation is an American aircraft, a member of the Lockheed Constellation aircraft line. The L-1049 was Lockheed's response to the successful Douglas DC-6 airliner, first flying in 1950. The aircraft was also produced for both the United States Navy and Air Force as ...
|The Lockheed C-121J Super Constellation "Pegasus" crashed during landing at the McMurdo Station on Oct. 8. 1970.|
|Wrecked Ilyushin 18 at Karaganda airport in Kazakhstan||05/25/2011||721|
|Sign says - "Dedicated to all farmers and Ag related business folks that have lived thru the 'Agricultural Crash' of the 1980's." Put there by Merv & Phyllis Eastwold, owners of the nearby Norwegian Implement Company. A memento of the "Farm-Aid" era. ||06/02/2010||754|
|Originally identified in 1982 by US reconnaissance satellites as the 'Ram-M' single-seat high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft, and later codenamed 'Mystic' by NATO, the twin-boom straight-wing jet, currently publicised as a high-altitude research aircraft able to carry around 1500kg of sensors, is now known to exist in two versions. The first of two prototype aircraft, designated M-17 Stratosf...||04/28/2010||2,168|
|A crashed aircraft in Angola.||12/31/2009||1,519|
|The remains of an Avro York which crashed in 1956||12/30/2009||1,206|
Operator: Royal Air Force (No. 17 (Training) Group in Coastal Command / 302 Flying Training Unit)
Accident Date: 12 May 1944
Accident Site: Heishavel Beag
Aircraft Accident Details
On the morning of 12th May 1944 a Catalina JX273 (F) of Number 302 Flying Training Unit Oban took off Westward with 9 crew on board on a training flight....
Operator: Royal Air Force: (35 Squadron)
Accident Date: 22 Nov 1956
Accident Site: Carn an t-Sagairt Mòr (1,047m / 3,430ft)
Aircraft Accident Details
This particular Canberra was attached to No.35 Squadron RAF. (No.50 Squadron also had been equipped with Canberras, but theirs had been replaced with Avro Vulcan bombers 10 months pri...
|The aircraft was bought from the US Navy by Thomas W Kendall, a retired businessman who converted it to a luxury flying yacht.|
In the spring of 1960 Mr Kendall took a pleasure trip around the world with his wife and children together with his secretary and her son. A photographer joined the group to cover part of the trip for life magazine.
On the 22nd March 1960 t...
|Date: 17 January 2007|
First flight: 1945
C-54 N82FA departed Fairbanks, carrying 3000 gallons of heating fuel for the Nixon Fork Mine. En route the nr.2 engine started running rough. The pilot elected to shut it down and return to Fairbanks. During the shutdown procedure, the engine caught fire. The fire extinguishing sys...
Severely damaged and gutted nose section for use in restoration of B-29 44-69972 "Doc" recovered from China Lake. This aircraft took a direct hit from a weapons test.
|F-89D Scorpion (65-NO53-2584)|
A-4A Skyhawk (no number)
Peel Field is one of numerous satellite airfields built during WW2 for the use of Eglin AAF.
Peel currently serves as the home for a variety of civil engineering & services mobility training programs and appears to be the site where used target aircraft & armor get dumped after being expended in weapons tests on...
|During the 1972 Christmas air raids, Vietnamese soldiers in Hanoi shot down a B-52 bomber. The plane crashed in Hun Tiep Lake, where it has remained ever since. About the size of a backyard swimming pool, Hun Tiep is not much of a lake. Plastic bags, candy wrappers and other garbage drift about its murky green water. |
|More planes in the Antarctica||09/12/2009||1,256|
|Wreck part of Scandinavian Airlines Flight 751 that crashed at the village Gottröra on december 27th. 1991. Located at Västerås Airport.|
|The remains of Pam Am flight 103. The 747 which was destroyed by a terrrorist bomb over Lockerbe in Scotland||06/03/2009||1,034|
|Four of the many aircaft and vehicles used for target practice at RAF Spadeadam in England.||05/04/2009||619|
|There's a big one, and two little ones.||01/20/2009||932|
|An Aeroflot Il-14 from the the Soviet Union that crashed in Molodyozhnaya, Antarctica on January 2, 1979. The engine experienced engine failure shortly after takeoff, killing four of the seven people on board.|
The crash site is well-preserved because of the cold, and the inability to remove the debris.
|20 Nov, 1944, Wellington bomber MF509 crashed here.|
|this weird dark area looks like a plane or maybe a pond.|
also maybe a remains of crashed plane