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|I haven´t found information about this Gothic church who looks like hundreds of them in Europe. |
It seems to be unusual, or, even, looks like a "mistake".
If you know the place, please post me a message. Thanks!
|Paragliding sites [take-offs] in NorthWest and Middle to North Wales. [Updated file, new locations added]||07/22/2014||302|
|Huge Sign on top of the hangar. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport.||09/20/2005||421|
|A twin-engine airliner approaching Shenzhen airport from the nortwest.||09/30/2009||441|
|Approximate flight path of Flash Airlines flight 604 that crashed off Sharm el Sheikh on January 3, 2004. The flight path has been compiled based on ATC radar return coordinates, matched with FDR and CVR data.||02/22/2006||1,919|
|Here is the wingman, perhaps the flight leader, of the northern B-1B Lancer (1.260m NNW). |
|Air Inter Flight 148 was a scheduled airline flight on 20 January 1992 that crashed in the Vosges Mountains, near Mont Sainte-Odile, while circling to land at Strasbourg Airport. 87 of the 96 onboard were killed.||05/25/2011||1,286|
|Air New Zealand Flight 901 (TE901) was a scheduled Antarctic sightseeing flight from Auckland Airport in New Zealand. The Antarctic sightseeing flights were operated with McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 aircraft and began in February 1977. On 28 November 1979 the 14th flight crashed into Mount Erebus, killing all 237 passengers and 20 crewmembers aboard.|
|Air India Flight 101 was a scheduled Air India passenger flight that crashed into Mont Blanc in France on the morning of 24 January 1966||05/25/2011||1,578|
|Dan-Air Flight 1008 was a Boeing 727-46 (registration G-BDAN) that crashed on the 25 April 1980 while on approach to Tenerife North Airport, Canary Islands, Spain, at the end of a charter flight from Manchester. The aircraft flew into high terrain when it turned the wrong way in a holding pattern. The aircraft was destroyed and all 146 occupants killed. Dan-Air Flight 1008 marked the greatest l...||07/20/2009||1,654|
|1942 May 15 - First powered flight of BI-1 rocketplane. - Crew: Bakhchivangi.|
First glide flight was on 10 September 1941, but the factory had to be evacuated to Sverdlovsk. Accidents in ground runs of the rocket engine further delayed the first powered flight. First flight performance was: First flight BI-1. Maximum Speed - 400 kph. Maximum Altitude - 840 m. Flight Time - 189 sec.