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|Small twin engined plane over the water just off Montagu Bay.||08/08/2005||440|
|Flying over runway 27.||04/21/2007||607|
|This single piston engine plane departure from West Houston Lakeside airport.||09/26/2007||356|
|A high flying twin propeller plane flying over the Hudson river.||02/04/2008||632|
|Mid-sized 2-engine passenger plane.|
Lined up quite correctly.
|American Airlines Boeing 767 N330AA flew as flight AA201 from New York-JFK (JFK) to Los Angeles (LAX). During a step climb from FL 360 to FL 380 en route to LAX, the pilots noted that the No. 1 engine was lagging the right engine by about 2 percent. The flight landed at LAX at 09:37. After the passengers had disembarked, the plane was towed to hangar nr.2 and was parked outside. Maintenance per...||01/27/2008||2,013|
|Here you can see a small plane flying over Rinteln (Lower Saxony). South of Rinteln you´ll find a small airfield. Perhaps this plane will go to there / has started there||07/16/2007||561|
|A small plane about to takeoff from Liepaja East in Latvia. Come to think of it, it doesn't actually look like its taking off, the angle of the front of the plane is wrong. But anyways, a little plane in Latvia.||01/12/2007||461|
|A small plane flying over some railroad tracks. The resolution is pretty clear.||10/06/2007||803|
|small plane flying over the "Wahner Heide"||08/14/2005||361|
|Small plane (Cessna?) over water. Just took off at Kansas City Downtown Airport. Shadow is trailing by 555 feet.||03/20/2006||408|
|A twin-engine airliner arrival at 21L of Bankok International Airport.||04/24/2008||583|
|An Aeroflot Il-14 from the the Soviet Union that crashed in Molodyozhnaya, Antarctica on January 2, 1979. The engine experienced engine failure shortly after takeoff, killing four of the seven people on board.|
The crash site is well-preserved because of the cold, and the inability to remove the debris.