Gate guards, museum planes, etc.|
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|Douglas C-47A c/n 9414 on display at the Bangkok National Science Centre for Education. Originally Thai Airways then Royal Thai Army. It is displayed as 9414 in Royal Thai Air Force colours.||12/18/2007||387|
|This F-18 Hornet of the Blue Angels flight squad is used as gate guard at New Orleans NAS.||12/15/2007||613|
|In north western part of Wroclaw is Psie Pole and the "Lotnicze Zaklady Naukowe" technical school with some instructional aircafts on display.||12/14/2007||362|
|VAK 191 B on display at the Airbus Complex in Bremen||12/09/2007||410|
|VFW614 on the roof of Bremen Airport||12/09/2007||206|
|Sud Aviation Caravelle in Airbourne Express Colours.|
The first Caravelle painted in United Airlines markings is currently located at Port Columbus International Airport in Columbus, Ohio. This aircraft never operated with the airline, but flew at the Paris Airshow in 1957 with United Airline's markings to promote the sale of the Caravelle to the airline. This aircraft flew for many years...
On display at the Hans-Grade-Museum south west of Berlin. Hans Grade was a german flying pioneer.
|A Tupolev Tu 104 on display near Vnukovo International Airport||12/07/2007||279|
|Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 12 in a bad way at Rennes- Saint Jacques Airport||12/06/2007||464|
|Ilyushin IL-18 in old Interflug colour sceme now being used as a restaurant near Harbke, Germany||12/06/2007||372|
|Vickers Viscount now being used as the Restaurant Silbervogel||12/06/2007||355|
In 1999, the Skymonster was placed into storage, initially in the USA, but then she was flown to Bournemouth, where she was scheduled to be scrapped. In December 2006, the aircraft was registered in the Philippines, now she is being prepared for serivce.
|This one at Luke AFB Phoenix.||12/02/2007||388|
|Mirage III in a French parking lot.||11/30/2007||887|
|Beech 18 mounted on a pole at the Hawaiian Falls Miniature Golf Course||11/30/2007||305|
|Beech D18S on roof at scrapyard.||11/28/2007||238|
|Lockheed P-38G Lightning on display on Elmendorf AFB; recovered in 1991 from a 1 January 1945 training mission crash on Attu in the Aleutians||11/24/2007||622|
|Left: 3D-MRR (cn 46646/285) |
Middle: ZS-GAS (cn 47832/318)
Right: 3D-MRQ (cn 46983/252)
All three former Airtours/MyTravel DC-10-10s are stored here at Johannesburg Jan Smuts. The same aircrafts can also be seen at ex-RAF Kemble, UK.
|YK-ADA (cn 3101) |
This former Syrian Air aircraft is now on display in the "Magic World" amusement park in the suburbs of Aleppo and next to the main highway to Damascus. It was reported as being written off in a landing accident at Damascus Airport on 2 October 1964.
|7O-ACJ (cn 18737/377) |
On 26 January 1982, this Boeing 707 was flying a cargo of military supplies from Libya to Damascus when it was attacked by an Iraqi or Israeli fighter plane. The crippled freighter managed to land at Damascus, but was considered damaged beyond repair.
|Andover airplane used for traing at Moreton in Marsh fire service college.||10/31/2007||348|
|Ex Red Arrow Folland Gnat on Plinth in middle of housing estate in Hamble, site of old airfield||10/28/2007||284|
|Gate Guardians at USAF,RAF Croughton.Possibly a Sabre and a Voodo ,though I am not shaw.||10/27/2007||403|
|This B-1B stand at the Celbrity Row at AMARC.|
USAF No. 85-0062
Arrival Date: 21-08-02
Former Unit :
Dyess AFB, TX
|The B-1 history has been full of controversy since it's introduction in 1985. The B-1's original mission was the dropping of Nuclear weapons deep in the heart of the Soviet Union, however, in 1997 this role was dropped. Since then its supporters have been battling to redefine it's role but this has not been easy. Technical problems have plagued it's operational life, from faulty engines, system...||10/26/2007||1,058|