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|The Transall C-160 (often C.160 or simply Transall) is a military transport aircraft developed by Transall, a consortium of French and German aircraft manufacturers. It was initially developed to meet the requirements for a modern cargo aircraft for the French and German Air Forces; export sales were also made to South Africa and to Turkey, as well as a small number to civilian operators.|
|The file shows an Aerospatiale C-160 Transall of the German Luftwaffe on departure from Manching Airport. Several other airplanes can be found at the site. The Eurofighter is also tested and produced at Manching Airport.||08/08/2005||418|
|A starting jet photographed three times. You can see that the jet accelerates because the distance between the positions grows.||06/11/2009||654|
|German Transall transport aircraft lined up on base at Wunstorf (LTG 62)||08/23/2006||379|
|Plane starting from Frankfurt Main Airport||09/20/2006||740|
|Starting Airplane in Luanda, Angola - Aeroporto 4 de Fevereiro Airport (LAD/FNLU)||11/09/2006||484|
|Starting aircraft at Franfurt airport||10/22/2005||474|
|A plane on the airport in Genf (Switzerland). Itīs in motion but I canīt say whether itīs starting or landing.||08/25/2005||495|
|A KLM 747 starting or landing at Cape Town International Airport||07/30/2005||1,675|
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These commercials can only be seen from the approaching or starting airplanes at Zurich airport.
|The Turkish Stars (Turkish: Türk Yıldızları) are the aerobatic demonstration team of the Turkish Air Force and the national aerobatics team of Turkey.|
The team was formed on November 7, 1992 and was named the Turkish Stars on January 11, 1993.
Turkish Stars fly with eight Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighters, making them one of the few national aerobatics t...
|You can see some starting and flying planes near the Munich airport||08/11/2005||6,125|