Gate guards, museum planes, etc.|
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|At the Snohomish County Paine Field / Boeing assembly plant.||09/30/2014||450|
|Former GP Hamish MacLeod had the model delivered in sections to his house in Moffat, in Dumfries and Galloway.||09/08/2014||338|
|Here you can see where the remaining 19 of 20 Concorde planes are on display at museums or airports with links.|
One Concorde (F-BTSC, Air France Flight 4590) crashed shortly after take off from Paris CDG July 25. 2000. This site also showed.
|In this file you can see the the survived 7 Russian Tupolev TU-144 (Konkordski) visible in GE with a link showing the plane.|
Two planes are maybe stored in a hangar at the VASO plant in Voronezh where it was built. A total of 16 were built.
The Tupolev Tu-144 (NATO name: "Charger'") was the first commercial supersonic transport aircraft (SST). It was one of only tw...
|EC-121T, AF Serial No. 52-3418 (N4257U), c/n 4336, final registration N4257U|
The Lockheed EC-121 Warning Star was a United States Navy and United States Air Force airborne early warning radar surveillance aircraft. A military version of the Lockheed Constellation, it was designed to serve as an airborne early warning system to supplement the Distant Early Warning Line, using two ...
|EC-121T, AF Serial No. 52-3417 (N4257L)|
The Lockheed EC-121 Warning Star was a United States Navy and United States Air Force airborne early warning radar surveillance aircraft. A military version of the Lockheed Constellation, it was designed to serve as an airborne early warning system to supplement the Distant Early Warning Line, using two large radomes, a vertical dome above ...
|EC-121T, AF Serial No. 52-3425|
The Lockheed EC-121 Warning Star was a United States Navy and United States Air Force airborne early warning radar surveillance aircraft. A military version of the Lockheed Constellation, it was designed to serve as an airborne early warning system to supplement the Distant Early Warning Line, using two large radomes, a vertical dome above and a hor...
|Remnants of the Mozambique Air Force in Beira||05/22/2011||602|
|I found this odd looking plane on the deck of the USS Lincoln aircraft carrier, CVN-72 while under refit at Everett, WA. I think it is a F/A-18, but the wings are folded or removed and there are no tail planes. Any ideas?||09/28/2010||1,019|
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The DC-6 was known as the C-118 Liftmaster in United States Air Force service and as the R6D in United States Navy service prior to 1962 after which all U.S. Navy variants were also designated as the C-118.
|The four remaining airframes were put up for auction by Sotheby’s and made available for viewing at Waddington - the auction took place on 3 July 1991, and the Shackleton Preservation Trust secured two airframes, WL790 and WR963, which were flown to Coventry on 10 July.|
WR963 has been maintained in ground-running condition and has also been partly restored to look like an MR2, while Air ...
|Over the past (wet) summer Lockheed F-16A Fighting Falcon FA-27 was rather silently put on display as a gate guardian at the Sabca Gosselies plant. FA-27 was a real survivor, being one of the last non MLU upgraded F-16s to be retired from service and having served as a test-bed for the Carapace ECM suite. After this test period the aircraft was withdrawn from use at Weelde airbase for the first...||08/08/2010||1,176|
Registration: 82 red
An-12B fitted with the two extra underfloor tanks of the An-12P, equipped with a NAS-1B1-28 (Navigatsionnaya Avtonomnaya Sistema - self-contained navigation system) and RSKM-2 (Rahdiolokatsionnaya Sistema Kontrolya Mesta - radio co-ordinate monitoring system). Later-production An-12BPs were built with a wider cargo door and revised cabi...
|The Lisunov Li-2, originally designated PS-84 (NATO reporting name Cab), was a license-built version of the Douglas DC-3. It was produced by the GAZ-84 works near Moscow, and subsequently at GAZ-34 in Tashkent. The project was directed by aeronautical engineer Boris Pavlovich Lisunov. ||07/20/2010||931|
|The Saab 35 Draken (Swedish: "kite" or "dragon") is a fighter aircraft manufactured by Saab between 1955 and 1974. The Draken was built to replace the Saab J 29 Tunnan and, later, the fighter variant (J 32B) of the Saab 32 Lansen. The indigenous J 35 was an effective supersonic Cold War fighter that was also successful as an export product. ||06/22/2010||634|
|The F-22 Avionics testbed has the nose of an F-22 mounted on its forward fuselage. A sensor wing is mounted above the cockpit. F-22 electronic warfare (EW) and communication, navigation and identification (CNI) sensors are mounted on the sensor wing. A simulated F-22 cockpit is installed in the cabin. ||06/20/2010||814|
|Type: Boeing NKC-135E Stratotanker (717-100A)|
Registration: 53-8350 (left) & 55-3123 (right)
A suite of electronic equipment has been outfitted in a modified NKC-135 aircraft, now called the "Big Crow" EW Flying Laboratory, with the capability of generating electronic warfare (EW) threat environments and performing realtime data analysis on DoD materiel. The Big Crow NKC-1...
|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...||05/03/2010||1,030|
|The Mielec M-15 was a jet agricultural aircraft, manufactured by PZL Mielec in Poland for the USSR agricultural aviation. It was the only jet biplane and only jet agricultural plane in the world. For its strange looks and noisy engine it was nicknamed Belphegor after the noisy demon. |
The aircraft was designed in Poland in response to a Soviet requirement for a new agricultural p...
|The Myasishchev VM-T Atlant (Мясищев ВМ-Т «Атлант») is a variant of Myasishchev's M-4 'Molot' bomber designed as a strategic airlift airplane. The VM-T was modified to carry rocket boosters and the Soviet space shuttles of the Buran program. It is also known as the 3M-T. |
The design wa...
|Un avion en el patio de una casa(An airplane in the backyard ||02/18/2010||1,070|
This airfraft was the first delivered Yak-40 for CSA - Ceskoslovenske Aerolinie in 1974 and registered as OK-EEA. In 1984 was sold to VZLU (Czech aviation research institute), modified as flying laboratory for tests of new engines Walter M-601/V-510 and chiefly new propellers. Yak flown by VZLU 316 hours and performed 339 flights. U...
|The Chinese company Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation (HAMC) was formed in 1952. It started to produce a number of aircraft, initially under license from Russia, later they reverse engineered their own copies of Russian aircraft from 1966. One of these was the Harbin H-5 which was based on the Ilyushin Il-28 'Beagle' a light bomber. The Romanian Air Force received at least 23 of these a...||02/02/2010||754|
|Type: Douglas DC-7C|
Delivered new to Swissair as HB-IBP for CHF 9'935'000. It was the last DC-7C built! Sold to SAS on January 6th, 1962 as SE-CCH. Afterwards it flew with JAL-Japan Air Lines as JA6306 and then Spantax as EC-BBT. It is now stored next to the Aeroclub San Augustin in El Berriel, Spain
|Type: MiG-15UTI (NATO: Midget)|
Registration: Red 501
Two-seat dual-control jet trainer
The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 (Russian: Микоян и Гуревич МиГ-15) was a jet fighter developed for the USSR by Artem Mikoyan and Mikhail Gurevich. The...