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|A plane without the right wing and engines, at Philadelphia Intl. Airport.|
Crash or dismantling?
Probably a Beechcraft King Air 90 (See overlay).
|There's an airplane on someone house frontyard.||12/10/2006||482|
|a plane taxing to the off shore runway honolulu hawaii||12/02/2006||283|
|A wrecked plane, (you can see the tail has fallen off), laying in an airport in Darfur, Sudan.||12/02/2006||509|
|Have no idea when this tragedy happened.|
----Adis Abeba, Ethiopia
|T-33 is a training aircraft in Taiwan||11/26/2006||330|
|What can I say...it's a little red plane on takeoff from Key West.||11/25/2006||315|
|Emirates Boeing 777 (300?) in Dusseldorf airport.||11/24/2006||335|
|An old Canberra T17 now junked at Filton (airbase). Pictures, info, and link inside.||11/23/2006||404|
|If you follow the contrail back to its start, you can see that the plane flew directly over the airport. Also, the "ghost" of the plane has a "ghost" contrail, resulting in a sort of double contrail.||11/22/2006||1,097|
|a plane ready to take off from New Chitose Airport||11/22/2006||291|
|A camouflaged plane landing at the Beijing Capital airport. The plane seems to be taking off because|
A. If you look at the runway to the east, ~8 planes are waiting for takeoff. Therefore, that runway must be the takeoff runway, designating the other (this one) as the landing runway.
But, a counterargument:
A. This is a long runway and a small plane, so shouldn't...
|A weird looking plane on one of the Marshall Islands. The wings have a red/white striped pattern.||11/05/2006||521|
|its very high!!!!||11/05/2006||663|
|This is a very-very small plane!||11/05/2006||389|
|This is a very high aircraft!||11/05/2006||308|
|Waiting for their "interception" order at runway 29R.||11/04/2006||456|
|XU-600 (cn 193A-1043) |
Moved from Pima to Tucson for scrap.
|Does anyone recognize these strange planes only 12 meters long in central Shanghai city?||11/04/2006||450|
|A beech craft starship at beech field in Witchita Kansas||10/25/2006||571|
|On a test platform at Madrid -Getafe.||10/24/2006||1,277|
|The Airbus A300-600ST (Super Transporter) or Beluga is a version of the standard Airbus A300 wide-body airliner, modified to carry aircraft parts and over-sized or awkward cargo. It was officially called the Super Transporter at first, but the name Beluga became popular and has now been adopted as official.||10/24/2006||463|
|You don't have enough C5's yet||10/23/2006||253|
|USMC area North end of runway DaNang RVN.|
Some A-4 Skyhawks and F-4 Phantom II's