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|Registration: B-6127 |
Airplane awaiting the installation of the engines.
|When you look around at Blanac, you find 4 out of 5 Belugas.||06/03/2007||315|
|This is a nice painted Dornier aircraft from Welcome Air. ||06/03/2007||1,652|
|Four F-16CJ Wild Weasels belonging to the United States Air Force in Kunsan Air Base, SK.||05/20/2007||1,135|
|Parked at Islamabad International, in Pakistan.||05/16/2007||546|
|An aeroplane parked next to a runway strip in Akrotiri, Cyprus||05/14/2007||600|
|The Soko J-22 Orao is a twin-engined, subsonic, close support, ground attack and tactical reconnaissance aircraft, with secondary capability as low level interceptor. It was built as single-seat main attack version or as a combat capable two-seat version for advanced flying and weapon training. It was developed as a joint Yugoslav-Romanian project in the 1970s for the air forces of both nations.||05/10/2007||582|
|Nine JAS39 GRIPEN Fighter jets parked by the runway at F7 Såtenäs Airforce base.|
At the right of these there are also two C130 (TP84) Hercules parked together with a smaller plane.
|The Lockheed C-130H Hercules,(number) 1623, from the Royal Saudi Air Force, stationed at RAF Warton, home of the British Aerospace Aviation division. ||05/01/2007||330|
|They belong to the USCG (United States Coast Guard).||04/27/2007||365|
|Starfighters are the only fully operational, civilian owned Supersonic Jet Team on the U.S. Airshow Circuit. |
Rick Svetkoff began his search for an F-104 Starfighter in the fall of 1988. Talks of F-104s being shipped to the U.S. gave him hope, however, it was not until early 1995 that he purchased his first F-104.
In 1997, in its first season, Starfighters took th...
|OB-1401 (cn 18921/440)|
Stored at Jorge Chavez International, Lima
|To the first right is N133CA (cn 18844/171) and to the left the first one is N134CA (cn 18744/86) ex Americana de Aviación at Jorge Chavez International, Lima ||04/22/2007||351|
|The Red Checkers are the aerobatic/precision flying Team of the Royal New Zealand Air Force. The Checkers fly the Pacific Aerospace CT-4E Airtrainer. Previous aircraft used were the CT4B and North American Harvard (T-6). Until the year 2000 the Checkers were based at Wigram. Aircraft used by the team traditionally had a nose painted in red and white checkered pattern, but this has now been redu...||04/21/2007||484|
|These planes, and for that matter, the entire airport, are blurred. Its just Niagara Falls International Airport. This is the only US airport I've seen that looks intentionally blurred.||04/21/2007||503|
|A square of really tightly packed planes at Memorial Field, Arkansas.||04/03/2007||550|
|At Adams Field in Little Rock, Arkansas, you can see the exact same plane twice at this runway. ||04/01/2007||1,129|
|N941NA (cn 004) |
On display at the 2005 JSC open house at Ellington Airport, Texas.
|This plane taxiing at Zurich International Airport looks really strange (look behind the cockpit area).||03/21/2007||977|
|This is an MH-53J Air Force Special Operations helicopter. ||03/09/2007||402|
|Another cool plane glitch at Geneva airport. This time its red/blue ghosts.||03/06/2007||994|
|A plane parked at the Zurich internatinal airport, painted in many colors in different shapes.||03/03/2007||446|
|This plane at Geneva Airport has a rainbow tip!||03/03/2007||320|
|This glitch looks awesome..LOOK at the colors..||03/02/2007||1,075|
|This plane doesn't look like it's taking off (no shadow), nor does it look like it's taxiing (no place to taxi to..its a deadend). But the plane is facing NW, in the opposite direction the arrows are facing (SE). What IS this plane doing?||02/11/2007||584|