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|A Boeing 747 used as a restaurant in Mokpo City, South Korea||12/12/2007||1,900|
|Used as a restaurant near the Breezes resort, Koraalspechtweg, Curacao. This time with open door and the stairs deployed as the temperture was sky-high. Picture taken in the afternoon while thinking about dinner. This plane is getting more and more covered with the plants surrounding it.|
This ex-Olympic Airlines Boeing served as a restaurant, until it was scrapped in 2004.
Type: Boeing 767-200
First Flight: 26. September 1981
The first 767 built and currently parked in the desert. Converted to Airborne Surveillance Testbed.
|7O-ACJ (cn 18737/377) |
On 26 January 1982, this Boeing 707 was flying a cargo of military supplies from Libya to Damascus when it was attacked by an Iraqi or Israeli fighter plane. The crippled freighter managed to land at Damascus, but was considered damaged beyond repair.
|The MS Wuerttemberg or also SD Wuerttemberg is a ship museum converted side wheel steamers in Magdeburg. |
The SD Wuerttemberg was built in the Rosslauer dockyard of brothers Sachsenberg 1908/1909. The ship was then on the Elbe for the Neue Deutsch-Boehmi Elbschiffahrt AG Dresden in use.
In World War II it was damaged by a low flier attack and a fire on the Dresden-Laubega...
|Type: Boeing 747SP-31|
Owner: Star Triple Seven
Ernest Angley (born August 9, 1921 in Gastonia, North Carolina) is an international Christian evangelist, based in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
Angley owns a huge complex in his home base of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, a complex formerly owned by another television evangelist, Rex...
|An famous exclusive restaurant close to the Reykiavik Airport.||05/29/2006||556|
|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.|
|roman specialities restaurant in the centre||12/14/2005||270|
|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.|
|This amazing restaurant, located in Eilat, Israel is 15 ft. below the surface of the Red Sea, with thick Plexiglas windows that give you an octopus-eye view of the surrounding fish, corals, and other creatures.||06/27/2006||664|