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Taking Off from Shenzhen Airport

Taking Off from Shenzhen Airport

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Taking Off from Xiaoshan Airport

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A twin-jet passenger aircraft (maybe a Airbus A320) taking off from Xiaoshan Airport, China.
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1994 Fairchild Air Force Base B-52 crash

1994 Fairchild Air Force Base B-52 crash

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Small Dicks writing at Cazaux Air Base

Small Dicks writing at Cazaux Air Base

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Family of aircraft, large and small

Family of aircraft, large and small

Family of aircraft, large and small.
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Aerial view of Garbutt airfield in 1943, Townsville

Aerial view of Garbutt airfield in 1943, Townsville

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Airfield Penzing after an air raid in spring 1945

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Harbin Airfield with many Antonov An-2 in the Air

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Aircraft taking off from Edinburgh Airport

Aircraft taking off from Edinburgh Airport

Here is an aircraft taking off from Edinburgh Airport. It looks like a KLM 737.
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