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The Beriev A-50 Shmel (Russian: Шмель 'bumble bee'), (NATO reporting name: 'Mainstay') is a Russian airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft based on the Ilyushin Il-76 transport. Developed to replace the Tupolev Tu-126 'Moss', the A-50 first flew in 1978. It entered service in 1984, with about 40 produced by 1992.
|Type: Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1|
Operator: North East Airlines
Operated Hajj flights some years back, and never paid the landing fees.
Northeast Airlines is an international airline based in Miami, Florida, USA, serving more than 240 cities world-wide. It operates passenger and cargo charters for trav...
|Loch Lomond Seaplanes is an airline based in Scotland. After receiving approval from the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority and Clydeport to launch services from Glasgow Seaplane Terminal, by Glasgow's Science Centre on the River Clyde in Glasgow city centre it's maiden scheduled service from Glasgow to Oban began in August 2007, making it Europe's first city centre seaplane service. It is...||11/12/2009||529|
|Under sunny skies but unseasonably cool temperatures, the 3rd annual Wings N Wheels Military, Air, and Vehicle Show took place during the weekend of 25-26 Match 2006. Under the coordination and operational services of David Schultz Airshows LLC, the event took on a new flavor this year with numerous new displays, military demonstrations, pyrotechnics, and an expanded static display. ||11/11/2009||485|
|Operator: US Airways|
Type: Airbus A319-112
Carolina Panthers: An Airbus A319 operated by US Airways, introduced in September 2007
|Operator: Alaska Airlines|
Type: Boeing 737-4Q8
Two aircraft, the "Spirit of Disneyland" and the "Magic of Disneyland," feature well-known Disney characters in tribute to the airline's long-term partnership with Disneyland® Resort.
|The Mil Mi-14 (NATO reporting name "Haze") is a Soviet anti-submarine helicopter which is derived from the earlier Mi-8.|
Amphibious firebuster version of Mi-14BT. Conversion price about USD1M.
The Mil Mi-14 is built in antisubmarine, mine countermeasures, and search and rescue versions. Its features include two Klimov TV3-117MT turboshaft engines, ...
|The Lockheed Martin P-3 AEW Orion was developed using ex-Royal Australian Air Force and US Navy P-3B airframes, combined with the APS-125 Radar and Mission System (later retrofitted with an APS-138 system) from the United States Navy E-2 Hawkeye carrier-borne AEW&C aircraft. The United States Customs Service, which is at this time the sole user of the P-3 AEW, took delivery of the first one in ...||11/08/2009||558|
|Looks like an Antonov An-8.|
|The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CDF, or CAL FIRE) is the State of California's agency responsible for fire protection in State Responsibility Areas of California as well as the administration of the state's private and public forests. It is often referred to as The California Department of Forestry, which was the name of the department before the 1990s. In the 1970s a...||11/06/2009||387|
|Date: October 2007 |
Type: Ilyushin 76TD
Operator: Jamahiriya Air Transport
First flight: 1984
Sustained serious damage to the forward fuselage section after the nose gear collapsed.
|Conversions of Tu-134B airliners (NATO 'Crusty') for training pilots and navigators of RFAS strategic aviation.|
The Tupolev Tu-134 (NATO codename: 'Crusty') is a Soviet twin-engined airliner, similar to the American Douglas DC-9. One of the most widely used aircraft in the former Warsaw Pact countries, its number in active service is decreasing because of noise restrictions. The ...
|Type: Cessna 525B CitationJet CJ3|
The Cessna CitationJet/CJ series (Model 525) are American turbofan-powered light corporate jets built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. The Citation brand of business jets encompasses six distinct "families" of aircraft. The Model 525 CitationJet was the basis for one of these fam...
|Type: Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign|
The Cessna Citation Sovereign (Cessna Model 680 Sovereign) is an American mid-size business jet developed by Cessna. It is currently the second largest member of the Citation product line, with only the Citation X being larger. The Sovereign is considered a transcontinental aircraft and is used...
|This helicopter looks like a rare Mil Mi-6 from the Algerian air force.||10/30/2009||705|
|Type: Junkers Ju-52/3mg8e|
The Junkers Ju 52 (nicknamed Tante Ju - "Auntie Ju" - and "Iron Annie") was a German transport aircraft manufactured from 1932 to 1945. It saw both civilian and military service during the 1930s and 1940s. In a civilian role, it flew with over 12 air carriers including Swissair and Lufthansa as an airline...
|Type: Antonov An-2|
|A military jet fighter at a small town in Kentucky||10/06/2009||722|
|Two aircraft standing an RWY 01, ready for take-off. They could belong to the 46th Test Wing, based here on Eglin AFB.||10/03/2009||500|
|Type: McDonnell Douglas DC-10-40I|
Converted to tanker configuration by FRA at Bournemouth.
|The 43d Fighter Squadron (43 FS) is part of the 325th Fighter Wing at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.|
The 43d Fighter Squadron is responsible for providing air dominance training for the F-22 Raptor.
|Type: Boeing KC-767A (767-2EY/ER) |
The KC-767 wears a flat gray paint, leading to the expectation that she will be delivered to the Aeronautica Militare Italiana (Italian Air Force), though military insignia have yet to be applied, and is therefore still a Boeing-owned aircraft.
|For nearly 40 years, the airframe for the Boeing 737 has been assembled in Wichita, loaded on trains, and hauled to the Pacific Northwest to get its wings, tail and engines. Boeing sold the plant in 2005 to a Canadian firm, which still does that work in Wichita under contract.||09/30/2009||794|
|Historical Layer: 8 March 1997|
The first operational aircraft, christened Spirit of Missouri, was delivered to Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, where the fleet is based, on 17 December 1993. The B-2 reached initial operational capability (IOC) on 1 January 1997.
|Historical Layer: 28 May 1994|
Neither of these aircraft were flyable, instead serving as static test articles. The two aircraft are the B-2 static test airframes, referred to as "iron birds". In 2004, one of the test articles (s/n AT-1000) built without engines or instruments for static testing was placed on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force near Dayto...