Gate guards, museum planes, etc.|
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|The aircraft NZ4115 (c/n1552) was built for the RAF (SZ584) in1945, and in May 1946 was loaned to BOAC (G-AHJR). After be-ing returned to the RAF, the aircraft was refurbished prior to beingsold to the RNZAF. After being retired by the RNZAF, the aircraftwas donated to MOTAT in December 1966.||05/18/2007||670|
|It stand on a pile in front of a Toyota dealer, Meridian, Mississippi. ||05/16/2007||559|
|What looks like a plane (obviously), in a park in Daegu, South Korea.||05/10/2007||392|
|CP-2292 (cn 36004/398) is standing on the tarmac and waiting for a "new" life.||04/22/2007||348|
|N695S (cn G444) Ex USN 146426, built 1958. ||04/19/2007||547|
|This plane is on Final Approach! Well, actually mounted on top of the Final Approach Restaurant on Howell Ave. in Milwaukee, near the airport. ||04/17/2007||426|
|Serial: 44-85583 Withdrawn from service in 1968|
In 1951, Brazil was supplied with thirteen B-17s under the provisions of the 1947 Rio Pact. Six were transferred in 1951, five of which were SB-17Gs and the sixth was an RB-17G. Seven more were transferred in 1954-55. They were issued to the 1o and 2o Esquadraos of 6o Grupo de Aviacao based at Recife. All of these planes were used f...
|Australia equipped with Lockheed Neptune Maritime Patrol Aircraft between 1951 and 1962. They were all disposed of by 1977, most to scrap but a few survived. These are some.||03/14/2007||275|
|This Boeing 727 can be seen from the highway at Stilling. The company is an advertising called 727 Communication.|
|Spitfire sculpture at Eastleigh Airport, celebrating the original's maiden flight of May, 1936.||02/15/2007||346|
|What appears to be a random jet besides a road, not too far away from the airport, but neither in a storage area or on the runway. Did the plane crash? Is it a bombing target? OR what?||02/15/2007||705|
|If you look carefully you can see the cockpit Vulcan XH 537 here at Hurn Where the Bournemouth Air Museum is.
|Previously in low definition but now in high definition||01/28/2007||412|
|Vietnam B-52 Arc Light memorial, Andeson AFB Guam||01/27/2007||1,183|
|Iraqi SU-7 at Nellis AFB, Static display||01/27/2007||1,492|
|18 / CR (cn 18) stored at Nantes. ||01/20/2007||351|
|Located at Kamloops airport, Canada. ||01/18/2007||399|
|Gate Guardian at RAF St Mawgan. ||01/15/2007||328|
|N54608 (cn 11903) |
This old DC 3/C-47 is preserved on the south side of Miami International airport at the 94th Aero Squadron restaurant.
|This tilt-rotor aircraft was built in 1982 and first displayed at the Dayton Air and Trade Show, Dayton, Ohio, 1989. The Skycat has never flown, due to design modifications yet to be completed. The Skycat is a combination of a turbine gyroscopic power system and tilt-rotor aircraft design. The Skycat was designed to serve as a close ground support aircraft. |
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|One of the two remainig Skystreaks on display at the Carolinas Aviation Museum at Charlotte - Douglas International (CLT / KCLT)||01/11/2007||526|
|How and why is it here?||01/02/2007||434|
|56-4395 (cn 20279) |
This former 144th TAS Provider was preserved near the entrance of Kulis ANGB. This aircraft has also flown for the Alaska Department of the Interior for a while, under civilian registration N4393E.
|This one at Edinburgh Airport Turnhouse.||12/22/2006||459|
|MIRAGE 2000 in central park. Bus station side.|