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|Aircraft Taking Off at Denham Aerodrome||01/18/2008||263|
|NW from the runway you can see an aircraft taking off from Congonhas Airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil||08/25/2005||397|
|A museum of aircraft located at the United States Hill Airforce Base in Roy, Utah. Specific details on the museum and the planes can be found at http://www.hill.af.mil/museum/. If you move to the S.E. you will find the base runways and various aircraft (specifically F-16's).||07/20/2005||1,001|
|A twin-jet passenger aircraft (maybe a Airbus A320) taking off from Shenzhen Airport, China.||03/05/2010||251|
|A twin-jet passenger aircraft (maybe a Airbus A320) taking off from Xiaoshan Airport, China.||03/05/2010||238|
|The B-52 crash at Fairchild Air Force Base was a fatal air crash that occurred on June 24, 1994, killing the four crew members of a United States Air Force (USAF) B-52 Stratofortress during a training flight. In the crash, Bud Holland, who was the command pilot of the aircraft based at Fairchild Air Force Base, call sign Czar 52, flew the aircraft beyond its operational parameters and lost cont...||09/17/2007||2,148|
|Didn't expect to see that sort of inscription at an air base !||05/22/2011||724|
|Family of aircraft, large and small. |
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (King Abdul Aziz International Airport ).
|Garbutt aerodrome was initially established as a lightly gravelled runway with a pavement 100 feet wide to carry service aircraft. |
When the RAAF base was established at Garbutt the runway was widened to 150 feet. In November 1941, the Commonwealth Works Department requested three runways to be extended to 5,000 feet by the Main Roads Commission (MRC). The Townsville City Council...
|With the re-establishment of the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) in 1935, locations for air bases were selected throughout the entire country. The Penzing area was selected for one of these bases because of the suitable geographical, navigational and other technical aspects. Land was procured in 1935 and by spring of 1936 the construction of Landsberg Air Base was well underway. A small detachment...||03/02/2007||712|
|The Y-5 (Yunshu-5, or Yun-5) is a Chinese copy of the Russian Antonov An-2 (NATO codename: Colt) light cargo biplane designed in the 1940s. First flying in December 1957, the Y-5 is still a common utility aircraft in both civil and military services in China today due to its excellent performance and low operating costs. The aircraft’s extraordinary slow-flight and STOL capabilities make it par...||11/21/2009||859|
|Here is an aircraft taking off from Edinburgh Airport. It looks like a KLM 737.||01/02/2007||807|