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|One out of 83 Airbus A320 from the TAM fleet in flight over Curitiba.|
It could be the Airbus with:
Type: Airbus A320-232
|The Airbus final assembly line project in Tianjin will assemble and deliver 26 A320 aircraft in 2010, more than double the number in 2009. |
The production capacity of the Airbus final assembly line project in Tianjin is increasing continuously. Airbus China recently said that the Airbus final assembly line project in Tianjin successfully finished the task of assembling and delive...
|Nice shot of an Airbus A320-232 from JetBlue Airways, seconds before touchdown at runway six. ||04/27/2007||1,188|
|Type: Airbus A320-231|
My Way Airlines S.r.l., operated as MyAir.com, was a low-cost airline based in Torri di Quartesolo, Vicenza, Italy.
On 2 February 2010, Vicenza court set company to bankrupt.
|Looks like as an Airbus A320-200 from United Airlines, approaching Vancouver International Airport. United has a fleet of 42 A320's.||06/06/2008||787|
|The new fair in Stuttgart Germany beside of the Airport in Leinfelden-Echterdingen. It was opened this year and is one of the biggest fair areas in Germany. ||06/16/2007||565|
|The plane heading east-south-east over a mining area.||09/26/2007||648|
|461 Lancasters and 153 Halifaxes to Stuttgart. 17 Lancasters and 4 Halifaxes lost, 4.6 per cent of the force. This was the first of 3 heavy raids on Stuttgart in 5 nights and the only report available is a composite one for the 3 raids. The 3 raids caused the most serious damage of the war in the central districts of Stuttgart which, being situated in a series of narrow valleys, had eluded Bomb...||02/11/2007||742|
|After the state gallery, the second art museum in Stuttgart is the art museum of the town Stuttgart. It was opened in March 2005. Important is one of the biggest collections from art of Otto Dix.||07/01/2007||610|
|Registration: D-ALTB |
Borussia Moenchengladbach german soccer team color scheme.
|At the Northern Station (Nordbahnhof) of Stuttgart this memorial: „Zeichen der Erinnerung“ (Marks of Remembrance) is located. It commemorates the more than 2000 Jewish inhabitants of Stuttgart and Württemberg who were deportated between 1941 and 1945. Almost none of them survived the concentration- and extermination camps.|
|A twin-jet passenger aircraft (maybe a Airbus A320) taking off from Xiaoshan Airport, China.||03/05/2010||241|