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|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...
|Registration: F-GRMJ |
AOM French Airlines (previously Air Outre-Mer) was the second largest airline in France from 1990 to 2003.
|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||388|
|In France few big hangars had been built, because with the “Spies” there was only one attempt to built a rigid airship. Nevertheless at the end of the First World War an airship station for rigid airships was built in Cuers-Pierrefeu by adding the parts of smaller hangars to two big ones. |
At the airport at Paris-Orly two concrete hangars (demolished in 1942) were built between 1...
|Three Concord Airplanes in France. Concord 1 is at Paris Orly Airport. Concord 2 is at Toulouse. It looks like a testing airport of some kind due to the strange assortment of planes kind of helter skelter all over the place.||07/09/2005||2,716|
|On 25 June the Group returned to Paris and again lost one to the vicious flak over that city. The B-24 (44-40129) flown by 1st Lt. Marvin W. Butler of the 855th took a direct burst in the bomb bay and broke in two just aft of the wing. "The tail section floated down slow and easy like a big box kite," but nobody saw any chutes. |
8th USAAF Strategic Operations from 25 Ju...
|The Boeing KC-97 Stratotanker was a United States strategic tanker aircraft based on the Boeing C-97 Stratofreighter. It was succeeded by the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker.|
|The Boeing 747 Dreamlifter (formerly Large Cargo Freighter or LCF) is a wide-body cargo aircraft. Cargo is placed in the aircraft by the world's longest cargo loader. It is an extensively modified Boeing 747-400 and is used exclusively for transporting 787 aircraft parts to Boeing's assembly plants from suppliers around the world.|
|Notre Dame de Paris (French for "Our Lady of Paris," meaning the church in Paris dedicated to Mary, the mother of Jesus), often known simply as Notre Dame in English, is a gothic cathedral on the eastern half of the Île de la Cité in Paris, France, with its main entrance to the west. While a major tourist destination, it is still used as a Roman Catholic cathedral (archbishopric of Pa...||07/15/2005||3,758|
|At Taranto Grottaglie Airport, Boeing plant.|
The Boeing 747 Dreamlifter (formerly Large Cargo Freighter or LCF) is a wide-body cargo aircraft. Cargo is placed in the aircraft by the world's longest cargo loader. It is an extensively modified Boeing 747-400 and is used exclusively for transporting 787 aircraft parts to Boeing's assembly plants from suppliers around the world.