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|Large Letters on a not used runway at Grey Butte AAF.||05/03/2007||375|
|A parachute jumper in trying to make a landing right on the landing spot.||10/02/2006||563|
|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...
|I'm not good with planes, but this looks like a Harrier (or F-16) coming in for a landing at Buckley AFB, Colorado.||07/03/2006||625|
|MD90 landing at Charles de Gaulle throwing a perfect shadow on the ground||06/13/2009||412|
|landing to the Baiyun Airport,Guangzhou,China||07/17/2009||302|
|ready for landing, Naha, Okinawa, Japan||11/22/2006||348|
|At 9 h 24 min 42 s a.m., after the execution of an orbital flight, went through the atmosphere on approximately 8000 km and with an advance of 1 s on the initial planning, the shuttle smoothly touches the landing strip and after a small race, it is immobilized at 9 h 25 min 24 s a.m. . The accompaniment plane passes overhead to also land on its landing strip. It is an extraordinary, precise and...||01/15/2007||564|
|A plane landing at Keahole airport, Hawaii. I'm pretty sure this plane is landing because it has already developed the blue "ghost" effect, which comes when an object is traveling very fast. If the plane were taking off, the blue effect wouldn't be there yet, because the plane couldn't accelerate in such a short distance from the end of the runway.||10/17/2006||669|
|A few hundred feet behind another landing plane, this one's just passing over a road. And the two planes are different planes (blue motors versus black motors). I'm not sure 3560 feet is enough distance between landing planes..||05/13/2008||715|
|Large airliner landing at Oliver Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa||12/09/2007||395|
|The embarkation point towards the top of the photo was designed for the embarkation of landing ships and tanks, that towards the bottom was for the embarkation of landing craft and troops. The circular structures towards the bottom left are fuel storage tanks. Many landing craft operated a shuttle service between England and Normandy taking on diesel from fuelling facilities at the hards.||12/08/2009||768|