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|A Vickers Viscount near the runway a Montevideo Airport||11/03/2009||466|
|This is one of two B-747s which were used by Pratt & Whitney Canada for engine tests.||12/12/2005||815|
|Vickers Viscount now being used as the Restaurant Silbervogel||12/06/2007||423|
|The Faucett F-19 was a 1940s Peruvian eight-seat transport monoplane built by the airline Faucett for its own use.|
To meet its own requirement for an eight-seat transport the airline's engineering department designed and built the Faucett F-19. The design was based on the Stinson SM-1 Detroiter with improvements to meet the requirements. The F-19 was a high-wing braced monoplane ...
|French firefighters aircrafts based at Marignane, South of France|
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A second fleet of CL-415 Waterbombers in Marignane, France.
Some stats on the planes:
Role: amphibious water bomber
Crew: 2 pilots
Length: 65 ft 1 in
Height: 29 ft 6 in
Wingspan: 93 ...
|Two H.S.Tridents and a Panavia Tornado at the Teeside Fire Training Centre. There is also the fusealage from a Vickers Viscount 813||05/04/2009||310|
|Stored and used for apprentice training since 1972. In July 1989 the plane was painted into Lufthansa's new colors. It is still preserved at the LH maintenance area, Frankfurt Airport.||08/22/2006||467|
|In this house Whitney lived as a child.|
|The Liberty Belle is a restored B-17 Flying Fortress that is flown at air shows by the Liberty Foundation.|
The B-17G (SN 44-85734) did not see combat in World War II, and was originally sold on June 25, 1947 as scrap to Esperado Mining Co. of Altus, OK, it sold again later that year to Pratt & Whitney for $2,700. Pratt & Whitney operated the B-17 from November 19, 1947 to 1967 as...
|Mount Whitney, the highest peak in California and the contiguous 48 states.||07/11/2005||2,057|
|Vickers VC-10 troop carrier in the Falkland islands||02/18/2007||581|
|USS Mount Whitney (LCC/JCC 20), a Blue Ridge class command ship, is the flagship of the United States Navy's 6th Fleet. She is also the command and control ship for Commander Joint Command Lisbon and Commander Striking Force NATO. She had previously served for years as 2nd Fleet's command ship. |
Originally authorized as AGC-20, was reclassified LCC-20 on 1 January 1969, and laid ...