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|These two aircraft looks like F-18 fighter from the USAF.||03/09/2009||1,006|
|Flying over tsunami-stricken territory, probably military transports. Either 2 in formation, or a double ghost.||04/05/2011||645|
|Four planes flying in formation near the northern French coast. Looks like a training flight. ||09/12/2005||954|
|Here is a puzzler for you...|
5 jets take off from DFW. 3 jets and 5 shadows are visible...
Where are jets 4 and 5?
|Jets flying over Lake Bertha, North Dakota.||09/06/2006||1,116|
|The island is served by many major airlines that bring in large jets, including Boeing 747s and Airbus A340s, the 2nd largest current Airbus aircraft, carrying tourists from across the world on a daily basis. This fuels the island's largest revenue source, tourism. Princess Juliana International Airport -- which will open a major new terminal in mid-2006 -- is famous for its short landing strip...||06/24/2006||3,961|
|Some military fighter jets and stuff. I couldn't tell you what planes they are cause I have no idea. Bomber to the SE, and lots of other planes around the airport (duh?).||02/27/2006||464|
|There's a shadow, it's not there in previous imagery, and it's over a body of water, so I assume its flying. Hasn't been marked in the GEC or anywhere, so I can't be sure if it's military, but presumably with the camo it is. ||01/26/2012||1,586|
|Ten red jets lined up at Blackpool airbase. Looks like some sort of aerial team.||06/04/2007||737|
|6 jets ready to launch at Hill AFB||08/29/2008||479|
|They’re milestones of postwar aircraft development, gems that look as if they had yet to see their maiden flight. But the DC-6B and the Corsair in question have already logged several thousand flight hours. They had the good fortune to have been discovered by the airplane enthusiasts of the Flying Bulls, who are dedicated to preserving historic airplanes and allowing them to fly once more. This...||04/06/2007||800|
|Celebrating the 90th anniversary of its establishment, Canadian Forces Base Borden hosted an Open House and air show that included a variety of military, ex-military and civilian aircraft. Opened in 1916, the base was part of the Royal Flying Corps' training organization in North America during the First World War and has maintained a strong 'air force' connection since, providing at one time o...||04/29/2008||455|