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Corsairfly is an airline based in Paris, France. It is currently the second largest French airline after Air France and operates international scheduled and charter services to 62 destinations in Europe, the French overseas territories, Africa and North America. Its main base is Orly Airport, Paris.
|Is this a double image or a formation flight of two Airbus A319-112 from Mexicana Airlines? ||09/16/2008||1,140|
|Here is a Airbus A319 over Orsay, France, photographed three times.||05/30/2007||2,805|
|Operator: US Airways|
Type: Airbus A319-112
Carolina Panthers: An Airbus A319 operated by US Airways, introduced in September 2007
This is the corporate jet version of the A319. It incorporates extra fuel tanks which are installed in the cargo compartment giving a range of 6,500 nautical miles (12,000 km). Upon resale the aircraft can be reconfigured as a standard A319 by removing its extra tanks, thus maximizing its resale value. It is also known as the ACJ, or Airbu...
|A highway leading to Orly Airport of Paris, France built in a way to resemble a CONCORDE; the pride of both Great Britain and France.||10/15/2005||431|
|Registration: F-GRMJ |
AOM French Airlines (previously Air Outre-Mer) was the second largest airline in France from 1990 to 2003.
|F-GSEA (cn 23032/603) |
At the terminal C16 Paris Orly.
|F-GPVC (cn 48265/345)|
At the terminal C15 Paris Orly.
|No. 2531-6. Consolidated 28-5A Canso A (C-FCRR c/n 21996)|
10/31/2008. Built by Boeing of Canada at Vancouver, it became RCAF Canso 9767 on March 4, 1943, and was allocated to Squadron 162, coded S, at Reykjavik, Iceland. In 1944, piloted by Flying Officers Thomas Charles Cooke and Eric Walter Wiskin, 9767 sank the German U-boat U-342 off the coast of Iceland on April 17. The amph...
|From Paris to Toronto, the Airbus A340 failed to stop and plunged into a nearby shallow ravine, coming to rest and bursting into flames approximately 300 metres past the end of the runway.||11/06/2008||704|
|Air France Flight 447 was a scheduled commercial flight from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Paris, that on 1 June 2009 crashed into the Atlantic Ocean, killing all 216 passengers and 12 crew members.|
The aircraft, an Air France Airbus A330-200 registered as F-GZCP, took off on 31 May 2009 at 19:03 local time (22:03 UTC). The last contact with the crew was a routine message to Brazili...