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|This file shows a commercial aircraft coming in to land West of London Heathrow Airport.||09/24/2005||402|
|Registration: N915AW |
US Airways livery has varied both under the US Airways and USAir name. In general the Express and Shuttle divisions have had liveries that closely parallel the company-wide livery at the time.
Former logo planes
Teamwork Coast to Coast: A Boeing 757-200 operated by America West Airlines which symbolizes America...
|Just over 1/2 mile of light aircraft on Fairfax apron. Just to the west are some birthed float planes.|
|The most appropriate place to start with is the Machynlleth Loop which is usually referred to by aircrews as ‘The Loop’ although the USAF crews refer to it as ‘The Roundabout’. It is literally a roundabout of flowed valleys running counter-clockwise following the A470 north eastwards from Machynlleth in the south to Dinas Mawddwy then heading north west to join the A487 at the Cross Foxes Inn. ...||04/19/2008||1,563|
|With 36 planes at the aerodrome.|
The Great West Aerodrome, also known as Harmondsworth Aerodrome or Heathrow Aerodrome, was a grass airfield, operational between 1930 and 1944. It was on the southeast edge of the hamlet of Heathrow, in the parish of Harmondsworth. The Fairey Aviation Company owned and operated it, for assembly and flight testing of Fairey-manufactured aircraft. T...
|RAF Warmwell was a Royal Air Force station near Warmwell in Dorset, England from 1937 to 1946. During World War II it was used by the Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Force Ninth Air Force as USAAF station 454. |
Construction of No. 6 Armament Training Camp began in 1936 and upon completion in 1937 the 300 acres (1.2 km²) of former farmland was known as RAF Woodsford...
|72 aircraft - 29 Lancasters, 22 Halifaxes, 21 Stirlings - were dispatched on an interesting raid. All the aircraft were provided by No 8 Group and it was really a mass H2S trial. 33 of the aircraft carried markers or flares, the remaining aircraft acting as the bombing force, although the marker aircraft also bombed. The marking and bombing were very accurate and the whole raid lasted less than...||10/29/2005||727|
|You see a aircraft in flight to the Airort of Cologne.|
Left from the aircraft is the mill of Dipeschrath with a riding stable.
|More than 45 gliders and their supporting aircraft can be seen at this airfield on the Dunstable Downs in the Chiltern Hills.|
Two gliders can be seen circling above each other to the West of the field.
|Vertical aerial view of "Battleship Row", beside Ford Island, soon after USS Arizona was hit by bombs and her forward magazines exploded. Photographed from a Japanese aircraft.|
Ships seen are (from left to right): USS Nevada; USS Arizona (burning intensely) with USS Vestal moored outboard; USS Tennessee with USS West Virginia moored outboard; and USS Maryland with USS Oklahoma caps...
|The Shanghai Y-10 (Y - Yunshuji - transport) was a four engined commercial passenger jet aircraft developed in the 1970s by the Shanghai Aircraft Research Institute. Rumours of a reverse-engineered copy of the Boeing 707 were unfounded as the Y-10 bears only a superficial resemblance to the 707 with design/manufacture starting before the first 707 was imported to China. After a thaw in relation...||12/12/2009||396|
|Boulton Paul Aircraft Ltd was a British aircraft manufacturer that was incorporated in 1934, although its origins in aircraft manufacturing began earlier in 1914, and lasted until 1961. The company mainly built and modified aircraft under contract to other manufacturers, but had a few notable designs of its own, such as the Boulton Paul Defiant.|