|Rating||Date Added||Downloads|| |
|I found these Migs at Reno ||10/14/2005||686|
|Stowed away on the Graf Ignatievo Airport.||05/02/2006||627|
|Timisoara Giarmata International Airport (LRTR)|
This airport also used to be the home of a Romanian Air Force airbase now closed. Some MiGs still can be seen stored here.
|10 helicopters at their landing place and 5 MIGs parked behind bushes at Zagreb Airport.||02/12/2006||1,168|
|Beautifull graveyard full of MIGs and other jets in the military section of Odessa Airport. I hope someone can add some info - I didn't find anything about it...||06/16/2006||961|
|An assortment of (older) fighter planes (MIGs?) and some large helicopters at this provincial airport in Poland.||10/08/2005||713|
|Kucova in Albania is known for the oil depositions. It has been exploited since before the WWII. There are several oil wells which now are oldfashioned.||05/20/2006||941|
|I don't know if these are or not, but they don't look like U.S. fighters.||09/13/2006||640|
|Two Mig Fighters at the Airbus plant in North Wales||06/17/2009||308|
|On this air base you can see some planes that looks like migs 23 of mig 25, chopper, or F 18 from the libyan army.||12/01/2005||1,113|
|I found the place in Zaporozhye/Ukraine. It includes over 60 airplanes like migs and other military airplanes.||08/17/2006||590|
|The airport is named for the historic city of Carthage, located just north of the airport.|
IATA Airport Code TUN.