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|This crop circle appeared on the evening of Wednesday, 5 July, 2006 in a field between Blofield and North Burlingham next to the A47. ||11/10/2010||829|
|I noticed this airliner over The Chicago Museum of science and industry when doing research on a visit. It almost looked like an exhibit until I noticed how large it would be.||11/02/2010||817|
|The first Airbus A380, this one is from Emirates Airlines, appeared in GE. With the new update from October 5, 2010, you can see one of these BIG BIRDS in the sky near Dubai International Airport.||10/06/2010||2,457|
|Football Federation Australia today announced Australia’s first FIFA World Cup™ bid partnership with the world's most experienced airline, Qantas. |
To mark the occasion a Qantas Boeing 747 aircraft painted with the words ‘Come Play!’ was unveiled, sending a clear message around the globe from now until December 2010 of Australia’s aspiration to host the 2018 or 2022 FIFA World Cu...
|USNS Washington Chambers (T-AKE-11) is a Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ship of the United States Navy, named in honor of Captain Washington Chambers (1856–1934), a pioneer in US naval aviation. The contract to build Washington Chambers was awarded to National Steel and Shipbuilding Company on 12 December 2008. Her keel was laid down on 25 August 2009. |
Washington Chambers was l...
|USNS William McLean (T-AKE-12) is a Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ship of the United States Navy, named in honor of William McLean. The contract to build William McLean was awarded to National Steel and Shipbuilding Company on 12 December 2008.||09/27/2010||474|
|USNS Charles Drew (T-AKE-10) is a Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ship of the United States Navy, named in honor of Dr. Charles R. Drew (1904–1950), who developed improved techniques for blood storage, and applied his expert knowledge in developing large-scale blood banks early in World War II, saving thousands of Allied lives. |
The contract to build Charles Drew was awarded to N...
|USNS Matthew Perry (T-AKE-9) is a Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ship of the United States Navy, named in honor of Commodore Matthew C. Perry (1794–1858), who led the effort to open Japan to trade with the West. |
The contract to build Matthew Perry was awarded to National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) of San Diego, California, on 30 January 2006. Her keel was laid down...
|one plane in Air with "radar" shaddow, close to Tour, France||09/17/2010||618|
|Indian Air Force decided to purchase 50 Su-30 aircraft in 1996 and acquired the licence from Sukhoi and Russia to manufacture an additional 140 Su-30MKI aircraft. The Indian Air Force has received 105 Su-30MKIs of the 230 on contract as of October 2009. India is near completing an order for another 42 Su-30s in June 2010.||09/04/2010||1,396|
|The Sukhoi Su-27 (NATO codename: Flanker) is the twin-engine front-line fighter aircraft designed by the Russian Sukhoi Design Bureau in the late 1970s as a counter to the U.S. third-generation air-superiority fighters such as F-14 and F-15. The PLA Air Force (PLAAF) has acquired three batches totalling 76 Su-27 fighters from Russia since 1992. Two variant are currently serving with the PLAAF: ...||09/03/2010||1,643|
|Could be a Do 228 from the Coast Guard. |
MARINE AIR SQUADRON
The MAS with the present strength of two aircraft Dornier and Defender is entrusted with the responsibility of maritime reconnaissance, Search and Rescue, coastal surveillance, transportation of stores and equipment to outer islands, casualty evacuation and training of pilots and technicians
|Arik Air´s A340-500 at JFK;||08/26/2010||468|
|An Aeroflot´s A330-200 at JFK.||08/26/2010||455|
|One of the American Airlines OneWorld Logojets, it´s seen at Terminal 8, at JFK.||08/26/2010||435|
|Civil plane approaching to Arlanda Airport||08/26/2010||638|
|is this a ancient city near chichen itza?|
|Alma College caught fire on May 28 2008. The fire was suspicious in nature. The smoke could be seen as far away as downtown London, Ontario. Shortly after the fire began the main building was completely engulfed. A significant amount of video coverage of the fire is available due to a rally by Arthur Voaden Secondary School to save the building which took place shortly before the fire. After th...||07/29/2010||702|
|The ROCAF ordered twelve Beech 1900C in October 1987 to fulfill its administrative transport needs. Deliveries commenced in 1988. Two were subsequently converted for Navaids calibration purposes. They can be easily distinguished from the "regular" Beech 1990 by their red paint above the cheatline. |
After they were delivered, the Beech 1900C were assigned to the Special Transport ...
|Sergey Rakhmanin, one of the most decorated aerobatic pilots of his generation, has been gradually moving up the pack since joining the Red Bull Air Race World Championship in 2007. The soft-spoken Russian ace has one of the most elegant flying styles in the field and has steadily improved his low-altitude flying skills each year. |
Rakhmanin switched from an Edge 540 to an MXS-R ...
El Al Israel Airlines Ltd (TASE: ELAL), trading as El Al is the flag carrier of the State of Israel. It operates scheduled international passenger and cargo flights between its hub at Ben Gurion International Airport, serving Tel Aviv, and destinations in Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, and North America, as well as domestic con...
TAM Airlines is Brazil's largest airline and the Southern Hemisphere's busiest airline. It is headquartered in the city of São Paulo, and operates scheduled services to destinations within Brazil, as well as international flights to Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, I...
LAN Airlines S.A. is an airline based in Santiago, Chile. As the principal Chilean airline, it is also Chile's flag carrier. LAN is one of the largest airlines in Latin America, with flights to Latin America, United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Oceania, and Europe. It is a member of the Oneworld airline alliance.
|Shackleton 1716 was re-furbished to flying condition for the SAAF Museum, but had the unfortunate experience to crash land in the Sahara desert near the border with Mauritania on 13 July 1994 whilst on a flight to Great Britain to take part in a number of air shows. It suffered a number of engine failures and was forced to land in the dark, without any loss of life to the 19 crew on board. ||07/18/2010||2,631|
|Six Times a Stratotanker in the Air|
The Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker is an aerial refueling military aircraft. It was the US Air Force's first jet powered refueling tanker and replaced the KC-97 Stratotanker. Similar in design to the later and enlarged Boeing 707 airliner, it was initially tasked to refuel strategic bombers, but was used extensively in the Vietnam war and later con...