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|Registration: TC-JNE |
This A330 has its engine cowlings covered. Notice also the airline flag on the winglets.
|Registration: HL7746 |
This brand new A330 waits for delivery at the Airbus facility Toulouse.
|Air One A330 resting at BOS after a flight from FCO operate by Alitalia.Probably this aircraft is now operating under Alitalia´s colors||09/07/2010||615|
|The Airbus A330 is a large-capacity, wide-body, twin-engine, medium-to-long-range commercial passenger airliner. Built at Toulouse in France by Airbus, over 600 units have been delivered.|
First flown in 1992, the A330 was developed at the same time as the four-engined Airbus A340, and was designed with common fuselage and wing components. The first variant (series 300) was delive...
|An Aeroflot Airbus at Franfurt Airport - Hi Res||12/19/2007||369|
|BMI A330-200 with Star Alliance livery is seen at Heathrow T1.||03/13/2011||389|
|Registration: B-6127 |
Airplane awaiting the installation of the engines.
|The Yakovlev Yak-40 (NATO reporting name: Codling) is a small, three-engined airliner that is often called the first regional jet transport aircraft. It was introduced in September 1968 with Aeroflot.||02/05/2010||914|
|An Aeroflot Il-14 from the the Soviet Union that crashed in Molodyozhnaya, Antarctica on January 2, 1979. The engine experienced engine failure shortly after takeoff, killing four of the seven people on board.|
The crash site is well-preserved because of the cold, and the inability to remove the debris.
|One out of four Qatar Airways A340-600 west of Heathrow. This type will be stored in the late 2009 and replaced by Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A330-300.||06/05/2009||1,515|
TAM Airlines is Brazil's largest airline and the Southern Hemisphere's busiest airline. It is headquartered in the city of São Paulo, and operates scheduled services to destinations within Brazil, as well as international flights to Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, I...
The Tupolev Tu-104 (NATO reporting name: 'Camel') was a twin-engined medium-range turbojet-powered Soviet airliner and the world's first successful jet airliner. Although it was the fourth jet airliner to be launched (following, in order, the British de Havilland Comet, Canadian Avro Jetliner, and French Sud Caravelle), the Tu-104 was t...