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|On the western tip of Russia.||05/07/2008||564|
|The Swamp Ghost is a Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress piloted by Captain Frederick 'Fred' C. Eaton, Jr, that crashed in Papua New Guinea during the Second World War in 1942. The plane was rediscovered in 1972 in Agaiambo swamp, Oro Province. It was salvaged in 2006 and moved to Lae wharf where it lies waiting for permission to be transferred to the United States.||03/19/2008||4,395|
|This ex-Air New Zealand Boeing 767 was stripped off all useable parts and moved here for fire fighting training. |
Last Registration: ZK-NBJ
|English Electric Lightning (F2A XN728) abandoned and vandalised at the side of the A1 near Newark, England||02/03/2008||566|
Operator: Air Transat
TriStar C-FTNA took off from Lyon at 19:00 for a flight to Berlin. While climbing through FL190 the aircraft encountered severe hailshowers. Some instruments failed as a result, forcing the crew to return to Lyon, where the flight landed at 13:35.
|USAF place of training during cold war, these planes are old ones just to be shooted from the air in bombing practices||01/20/2008||560|
|A crashed aircraft near a in the Californian Desert||12/30/2007||687|
|B-47 Stratojet wreck in Californian desert ||12/27/2007||795|
|A crashed Beech 18 outside a brothel near Beatty, Nevada||12/09/2007||618|
|Row of 707 tails at a aircraft boneyard in Arizona||12/08/2007||621|
|A Crashed De Haviland Dove in a lake in Florida||12/06/2007||731|
Built in 1977 and delivered to British Airways on 16th June 1978; G-BDXG was named “City of Oxford”. Wearing the Swedish art from the late 90’s, she was retired after the tragic events of 9/11 and stored. She took the skies once more, being delivered to European on 7th February 2002. Retired from use in 2004, she await...
|A Crashed Sabena DC-4 at St Martins in the Woods outside Gander.||12/02/2007||658|
|Date: 1993 |
Type: Antonov 26
Operator: Força Aérea Populular de Libertação de Moçambique
During final approach, the Antonov 26 missed the runway and landed in the grass next to the runway, killing at least 1 person, who squatted there (next to the runway, many displaced people were located at that time).
|Old Wrecked Jet Fighters at Russian airbase||11/30/2007||620|
|Date: 5 January 2001 |
Type: Boeing 727-46F
Operator: Air Gemini Cargo
The cargo plane approached Dundo in favourable weather conditions. The airplane touched down just short of the runway. The right main landing gear collapsed after striking the raised lip of the runway. The Boeing 727 continued onto the runwa...
|Date: 6 December 1994 |
Type: Antonov AN-8
Operator: Von Haaf Air
The pilot had some difficulties maintaining directional control during the take-off. At about VR (190km/h) the aircraft veered right onto rough ground, became airborne and struck power lines.
|Date: 28 December 1999 |
Type: Lockheed L-100-30 Hercules
The aircraft could not be brought to a halt before the end of the 3000 feet runway. The Hercules overran the dirt runway and went into a 40 feet ravine. The aircraft was reportedly transporting diesel fuel in an internal mounted tank.
|Date: 04 FEB 1999 |
Type: Antonov 26
Operator: Air-Angol Sociedad Aeronautica
C/n / msn: 13906
The Antonov overshot the runway on landing and burned out.
While approaching the airport of Varandey the crew allowed the airspeed to decay and the nose to rise until the airplane stalled. It contacted a small hill, crashed and burned.
Possible errors in the indications of the airspeed and angle-of-attack could have hindered th...
|For Israeli aircraft that have been decommissioned, here at Ovda Airbase.||09/22/2007||1,010|
|A broken and jumbled Canberra Bomber at Barkston Heath, England.||09/15/2007||4,176|
|Written off at Rumbek’s unpaved airstrip in South Sudan in March 2003, apparently after engine failure. No fatalities. First flew July 1966 for RAF (XS602). Went to RNZAF (New Zealand air force) November 1976 (NZ7622), which later modified it for VIP configuration. Sold to 748 Air Services (Kenya) October 1998, and used in ferrying relief supplies into South Sudan. ||08/08/2007||1,094|
|What looks like a military junkyard, possibly a storage area, at North Island NAS Halsey Field.||02/01/2007||881|
|Small plane in middle of Island appears to be crashed.||12/19/2006||1,519|