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|It looks like a Robinson R44. |
The Robinson R44 is a four-place light helicopter produced by the Robinson Helicopter Company since 1992. Based on the company's two-place Robinson R22, the R44 features hydraulically-assisted flight controls. The R44 was first flown on 31 March 1990, and received FAA certification in December 1992, with the first delivery in February 1993.
|Robinson (Bangrak Branch)|
Robinson Department Store Public Company Limited
1522 New Road,
Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Tel. 02-2380052-61, 02-2673781-6
|A small Helicopter, that looks like a Robinson R-22.||03/02/2007||459|
|"A Robot has located a famed buried treasure on the island that inspired Robinson Crusoe. The treasure is said to contain 600 barrels of gold and silver looted from the Incan empire in the 16th century." |
The Juan FernŠndez is located 670 km off the coast of Chile, and is composed of the volcanic islands Robinson Crusoe, located closest to the mainland at ; the islet Sa...
|Defoe's real-life inspiration for Robinson Crusoe was probably a Scottish sailor named Alexander Selkirk, who was rescued in 1709 by Woodes Rogers' expedition after four years on the uninhabited island of Juan FernŠndez off the Chilean coast.||11/21/2005||453|
|6 Rescue helicopters in Germany.|
5 Helicopters on Ground
1 Helicopters flies over the runway.
|Skytech Helicopters, is a Belgian helicopter company operating heavy lift helicopters in different countries, the company is known for pioneering the commercial operations of the Mil MI 26T in Western Europe from 1992.||12/17/2009||2,568|
|Helicopters stationed next to a runway in Cairo.||02/07/2006||445|
|Found three helicopters near Chiayi.||02/12/2006||292|
|Robinson Club - Soma Bay - Egypt||07/31/2006||737|
|Eleven helicopters stationed in Darfur, El Fasher Airport.||06/06/2007||711|
|US Helicopters in Bagram, Afghanistan. |
10,000 foot runway. Check out the large transport plane and more interestingly all the wrecked aircraft to the right of the southern tip of the runway.