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The MiG-21F-13 was also built under licence in China as the Chengdu J-7 or F-7 for export, as well as in Czechoslovakia as the Aero S-106, though the S-106 designation was not used for long; subsequently, the Czech-built units were referred to as "MiG-21F-13" just like the Soviet-built aircraft.
The Aero 45 was a twin piston-engined civil utility aircraft produced in Czechoslovakia after World War II. It was the first product of the nation's post-war aviation industry and proved a great success, with many of the 590 produced exported.
The Aero L-29 Delfín (English: Dolphin, NATO reporting name: Maya) was a military jet trainer aircraft that became the standard jet trainer for the air forces of Warsaw Pact nations in the 1960s. It was Czechoslovakia's first locally designed and built jet aircraft.
|Aero Club Marcos Juarez, Provincia de Cordoba, Argentina||06/20/2006||331|
|Croft circuit is situated in North Yorkshire.|
Crift began it's life in the 1920's but it was not untill after the war that it really became a racing circuit like so many ex war bases and airfields. After World War II it was set to be an Aero club when the lease was aquired for it in 1947, but this venture didn't "take off".
After the Aero club closed down drivers would come onto t...
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This old DC 3/C-47 is preserved on the south side of Miami International airport at the 94th Aero Squadron restaurant.
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On display at the 2005 JSC open house at Ellington Airport, Texas.
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This Guppy sits on the tarmarc of Ellington Field.
|This is the location of the former Malmoe City AP Bulltofta.|
Today some buildings still remains us about the old aero-
|This is Rolls Royces marine and aero engine testing ground. Check out the exhausts.||01/31/2006||343|
|From 1996 until 2001 it was the biggest in the world. |
This plant stands for 30% of power and heating supply in Marstal.
You also find two more solar energy plants on the island Aero. In Aeroskobing and Store Rise.
|The USSR built around 12,000 MiG-15s in all variants. It was also built under license in Czechoslovakia (as the S-102 and S-103) and Poland (as the Lim-1 and Lim-2 and biplace SB Lim-1 and SB Lim-2).|
MiG-15 from 8th production batch of versions "bis". On 13th September 1956 was assigned to 9. slp (fighter air regiment) at Be...