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|Aircraft (British Airways Boeing 747-436), sadly now out of service. Here at heathrow in all its glory. ||08/27/2006||596|
|A British Airways Dash-8 Being towed at Manchester Airport, England||01/15/2007||286|
|British Airways created an executive flight service from London City to New York with a stop for refuiling at Shannon, using the Airbus A318. one of these airpalnes is seen at London city airport before starting another service.||03/13/2011||395|
|The two British Airways with the Oneworld Livery were caught side by side in BA's maintence hangars at heathrow||03/13/2011||282|
|Early indications are that US Airways Flight 1549 took a bird strike in each engine and the pilot safely "landed" the plane on the Hudson River.|
150 passengers, 5 crew - no fatalities or even serious injuries.
|ZS-SAJ (cn 23027/583)|
The name given to this aircraft is "Ndizani" which is a Zulu word meaning "We are flying"
This unusual airplane is in the special colors of South African Airways that the airline painted the plane that carried that country's Olympic athletes to the games 1996 in Atlanta.
|British European Airways Flight 548 was a Trident airliner (registration: G-ARPI) that crashed less than three minutes after departing from London Heathrow Airport, killing all 118 aboard. On Sunday, 18 June 1972, the British European Airways (BEA) Trident 1C departed from London, England for scheduled air service to Brussels, Belgium, but crashed near the town of Staines at 16:11 GMT. The find...||07/20/2009||978|
|The tail image looks like "Nalanji Dreaming". ||06/05/2007||3,782|
|"Delftblue Daybreak" at Gate 35 of Terminal 3, London Heathrow.||08/22/2006||369|
|The same location as
but here you can see that there is one original plane with three shadows. For the second shadow there is no photographed original, it seems to be vanished. Very strange...
|Stockport Air Disaster was the crash of a Canadair C-4 Argonaut aircraft owned by British Midland Airways, registration G-ALHG, near the centre of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England on Sunday 4 June 1967. 72 of the 84 aboard were killed in the accident. Of the 12 survivors, all were seriously injured. It currently stands as the fourth worst disaster in British aviation history.||05/25/2011||962|
|I found this ages ago, but never got around to uploading it:|
Aircraft G-BOAG, Number 214, British Airways Concord: