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Collection of real life aircraft photos and just photos releated to aviation in general.
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reusreus

Description
air 2000 load for return journey to dublin august 2002
Date Added
Feb 27 2004
Submitted By
jamliz
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2317
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3.33333/10
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435x295
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f-14f-14

Description
F-15 sawadee flight persian gulf he was grounded but worth it
Date Added
Jan 10 2004
Submitted By
arcangle
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5141
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8/10
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640x480
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PH-BQAPH-BQA

Description
The first 777 of Klm.
Date Added
Nov 02 2003
Submitted By
nlspot
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3249
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4.75/10
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1881x973
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Frecce TricoloriFrecce Tricolori

Description
Aermacchi MB339A of the Italian Air Force Acrobatic Team - "Frecce Tricolori".
Date Added
Nov 02 2003
Submitted By
uccio
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4216
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6/10
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1600x1200
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Red FlaresRed Flares

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F18 Hornet
Date Added
Oct 11 2003
Submitted By
sr71
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5325
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7.45/10
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800x600
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ReflectionsReflections

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U2 pilot at work.
Date Added
Oct 11 2003
Submitted By
sr71
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8347
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8.05/10
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1024x768
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You Too...You Too...

Description
Pilot and his pet...
Date Added
Oct 11 2003
Submitted By
sr71
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4879
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6.5/10
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1024x811
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USS NimitzUSS Nimitz

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USS Nimitz.
Date Added
Oct 11 2003
Submitted By
sr71
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26272
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8.325/10
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1024x768
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F15 SepiaF15 Sepia

Description
I use this as the wallpaper on my pc.
Date Added
Oct 11 2003
Submitted By
sr71
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4504
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7.33334/10
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1024x768
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Holding short on Runway 25 LeftHolding short on Runway 25 Left

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Holding short on Runway 25 Left, Jet Blue taxis by and shadows my little 152
Date Added
Oct 08 2003
Submitted By
yanuks
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3673
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8.13636/10
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2032x1354
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DeHavilland CometDeHavilland Comet

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This picture I took of, im assuming a replica of the comet, from the game at Moffett Airfield. You can obviously tell by the huge blimp hangar in the the background that makes this base famous.
Date Added
Sep 28 2003
Submitted By
AmericanAirlines
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3721
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4.4/10
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640x480
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SWA TAKEOFFSWA TAKEOFF

Description
SWA 732 leaving KDAL
Date Added
Jul 01 2003
Submitted By
Curt Braziel
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5436
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8.31818/10
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1600x1200
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CRJ200CRJ200

Description
this is a CRJ200 in delta airlines colors
Date Added
Jun 16 2003
Submitted By
onad
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2825
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5/10
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200x121
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malay747.jpgmalay747.jpg

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Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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2983
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8.2381/10
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856x570
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F-16 Pilot ViewF-16 Pilot View

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The General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon is a fixed wing, all-weather strike fighter designed to gain/maintain air superiority during daytime operations. The first F-16 rolled off of the production line in October of 1976; over 4,500 have been produced since then. The initial powerplant selected for the airframe was a single Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-200 afterburning turbofan capable of producing nearly 24,000 pound of thrust. Innovative designs such as the frameless bubble canopy, fly-by-wire flight control system and side mounted control stick are what truly made the aircraft popular and is the reason why over 26 countries, including the United States, have this airframe in their arsenal. Flown by the USAF, the aircraft proved itself to be reliable during its service in Operation Desert Storm. The USAF also utilized the airframe in Operations North Watch, South Watch, Enduring Freedom, and Iraqi Freedom. Furthermore, the F-16 Fighting Falcon is the plane of choice for the USAF aerial demonstration team, the Thunderbirds.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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8594
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8.775/10
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800x600
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Alitalia Boeing 747 SoaringAlitalia Boeing 747 Soaring

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Here we have a Alitalia Boeing 747 soaring through a patch of clouds. Alitalia is the flag carrier and main airline for Italy. This model of 747 is most likely an older 200 series, the most common and more current 747 is the 400 series. The name Alitalia literally translates to Wings Italy. Its home base is at the main airport in Italy, Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport. The plane pictured is part of the old Alitalia, the original company ceased on January 12 2009. It was re-branded and started back up shortly afterward with very little changes. This and the other 747 100's and 200's in its fleet ceased operation in 2004. In fact its current fleet of planes has no models of Boeing 747's. Boeing planes it currently operates are 777's and 767's, both 2 engine medium and long haul planes much like the 747, they can't carry as many people as a 747 however. They also own four Airbus types, three Embraer types, a McDonnell Douglas type and Bombardier type airplane.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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4863
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7.66667/10
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800x600
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Airscandic A310Airscandic A310

Description
The A-300 is a medium range, widebody airliner power by jet propulsion. It was first launched in the 1970s as the first twin engine widebody. Produced by Airbus Industrie, current manufacturer of the largest commercial jetliner. The A-300 was first used by Air France in 1972. The A-300 reached the end of production in 2007. The A-300 pictured above is wearing Air Scandic Regalia. Air Scandic was an Airline headquartered in Jersey, and the Channel Islands which chartered flights to the United Kingdom, operating centrally out of Manchester Airport. In addition to the A-300, Air Scandic operated Boeing 757, MD-83 and Lockheed L-1011. As of 2010, A-300 have been involved in 54 accidents and incidents, causing a total of 1,434 fatalities. While A-300 were powered by a myriad of different Engines, the most common were those produced by General Electric and Pratt & Whitney. As of 1997, Air Scandic no longer operated jetliners.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3389
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4.25/10
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796x554
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Continental 777 In FlightContinental 777 In Flight

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Continental Airlines, merged with United Airlines on 2010, flies this Boeing Commercial Airplanes’ 777-200ER as its long range flagship. Continental first used this plane on 1998 for a non-stop flight to Tokyo from Houston and Newark and also from Newark to Tel-Aviv. And it was United who first used 777 in its commercial flights in 1995. The ‘triple seven’ is powered by twin largest-diameter turbofan engines, that gives her a range of 5200 until 9300 nautical miles (depending on the model), a wide-body, and also Boeing’s first fly-by-wire airliner. Typical cruising speed is Mach 0.84. 777-200ER is the most common variant used worldwide with Emirates as the largest triple seven costumer with 77 planes in its fleet. Until present, 1000 units of 777 have been produced (orders have reached the number of 1,242 in total), and still counting in spite of its US$240 - 280 million (depend on the variants) price tags.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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7186
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7.66667/10
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861x570
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Tornado SquadronTornado Squadron

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Here we see the German Air Force, a descendant from the famed Luftwaffe of World War II Germany, flying a formation of six Tornado jet fighters. One of the most beautiful fighters of all time, the tornado certainly does not get its beauty from swept lines. Its looks come, rather, from the powerful and hard edged lines and the sheer power that it possesses. It is reminiscent of the American F-4 Phantom, which was also an amazing plane but was not beautiful in the typical sense of the word. It, also, drew its aesthetic qualities from sheer power and aggression. It is interesting to note the usage of the Tornado jet fighter in the past. The jet was used commonly in Iraq to destroy runways so that enemy planes would be incapable of taking off. This severely hindered the Iraqi Air Force's ability to take off and mount any sort of resistance.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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4353
Rating
7.5/10
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800x600
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Rafale Fighter AircraftRafale Fighter Aircraft

Description
This looks like either a plane used BY THE Americans IN world war II, or a plane used by the guy who produced star ways (George Lucas) in the 1970s or early 1980s. The tropical climate looks very warm and I seriously doubt that this was sought in the U.S. The plane is military but it might just be part of a movie. The picture looks quite old. The highest likelihood is the Vietnam war. The picture looks to young to have been produced in the 1940s or 1950s it is Technicolor and it has the creepy late 20th century way lighting. I seriously doubt it was created fast 1985 as well someone can buy a phone for 10 bucks with no minutes and produce a picture that is of higher quality than this. The Most likely time frame is the late 1960s or early 1970s. I think this was shot as a news cast in the latter parts of the Vietnam war.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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5284
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7.21428/10
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800x600
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F-16 Fighter PilotF-16 Fighter Pilot

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This fighter pilot is craning his neck in order to gain an improved view of the situation around his aircraft. Fighter pilots must maintain excellent situational awareness at all times. This allows them to be fully cognisant of all of the conditions that may affect their aircraft or their mission. A pilot has a lot of high tech equipment to aid in extending the range of his situational awareness, such as RADAR and radio communications. Pilots must still rely on their primary senses, most notably sight. A pilot must constantly scan the airspace around his craft to gain a sense of his surroundings. When performing complex maneuvers, a pilot can quickly become disoriented. A pilot may not know which way is up or down. By maintaining exemplary situational awareness, a pilot can minimize his chances of becoming disoriented. This can give him the advantage in combat engagements, allowing him to survive a potentially deadly encounter.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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10298
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8.10811/10
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800x600
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Helios 737 on RunwayHelios 737 on Runway

Description
The Boeing 737 is a midsize, short or medium range narrow airliner with twin engines. Originally developed as a shorter, lower-cost twin-engine airliner derived from Boeing's 707 and 727. The 737 developed into a family of nine passenger models. Depending on the model and configuration, the 737 can carry anywhere from 85 to 215 passengers. The first 737 flew in 1967, the first to enter service was in 1968. The initial assembly of the 737 was done adjacent to Boeing Field because the Boeing factory in Renton was at capacity building the 707 and 727. However, production was eventually moved to Renton. Helios Airways was established in 1998 and was the first privately owned and independent airline in Cyprus. In 2005 a Helios 737 crashed near Grammitiko, Greece when the crew lost oxygen due to a fail pressurization system which failed to pressurize the jet's cabin. Helios was eventually rebranded as αjet, but would eventually fail in late 2006.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3383
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6.375/10
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858x575
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A-10 Refuelling MissionA-10 Refuelling Mission

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This is an image of an in-flight refuelling operation. Aircraft have a range that is limited by the amount of fuel they carry, and the rate at which they burn that fuel. The longer the range of an aircraft, the more effective it is at a variety of tasks. For example, a civilian aircraft with a long range can deliver passengers across the Pacific Ocean without the need for refueling. Military aircraft tend to require mid-air refueling. Most military missions require long range aircraft, since the combat zone may be halfway around the world. However, military aircraft are very high performance machines, and therefore they burn their fuel very quickly. To extend the range of these aircraft, airborne fuel tankers are used to refuel a jet mid-flight. The fuel tanker lowers a boom arm to the other aircraft. Once they make contact, the boom arm pumps fuel into the aircraft fuel tanks. This can extend the range of the aircraft indefinitely.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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6125
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7.85185/10
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800x600
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Crossair EMBRAER ERJ 145Crossair EMBRAER ERJ 145

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The Crossair EMBRAER ERJ 145 LR smoothly gliding in the runway. Unlike light carriers, this big air craft is using a reduced power for takeoff. Where, in order to prolong engine life, less than full power is usually applied. This is also performed for the purpose of reducing maintenance costs and reducing the noise emissions from the aircraft. This sleek and bulky aircraft is in it's typical takeoff air speed which is in the 130–155 knot range (150–180 mph, 240–285 km/h). The Vr has been chosen by the Pilot after having considered several factors or parameters such as the Temperature of the air outside, the Runway Length Available, the air density, the Gross Weight of the Aircraft and the Presence or absence of any obstacle upon take off. There are many other factors to be considered depending on the actual take off situation. Some similar type of aircraft take off at a faster or slower speed depending on the wind.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3927
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5.11111/10
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847x532
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Air New Zealand 747Air New Zealand 747

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The image shown is the aircraft of New Zealand. It is the aircraft controlled by the Civil aviation authority of the New Zealand. This aircraft as shown in the image has almost landed. About 100-150 passengers could be accommodated in that.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3559
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7.46154/10
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900x638
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Virgin 747 at HeathrowVirgin 747 at Heathrow

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The Virgin Atlantic Airways Boeing 747-400 is getting ready for his take off after completely performing pre-take off checklist. Destination is from the Heathrow International Airport, across the Atlantic ocean and with its final arrival in the busy city of New York. The aircraft moves towards the runway and waits for clearance to take off. The air bus has to wait because of an air traffic control technique used to organize and expedite the flow of aircraft. This is especially common when crossing runways are being used like in every International Airports which are commonly very busy. The more number of airplanes that are trying to take off or land at the same time, the more accurate the air traffic controller needs to be so as to ensure that no undue delays are caused. Awaiting final "Go" from aircraft traffic control before take off .
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3982
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8.15789/10
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910x619
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F-14 Carrier LandingF-14 Carrier Landing

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The F-14 Tomcat is a Navy multirole air superiority jet fighter. It has characteristic variable-sweep wings, which can alter their angle based on the needs of the aircraft. This aircraft was popularized in the movie Top Gun. The Tomcat is used on Navy aircraft carriers, which are ocean going air bases. This allows a military force to place their fighters closer to the combat zone. Since aircraft have limited fuel capacities, their effective range is limited by the location of their airbase. Aircraft carriers provide an extreme tactical advantage since they are highly mobile and can be positioned all around the world. The variable-sweep wings of the Tomcat allow the wings to adjust their angle to optimize the lift-to-drag ratio of the aircraft. This optimizes performance of the aircraft across a wide variety of velocities. The flight computer controls the angle of the wings, but the pilot can override this if necessary.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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4935
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5.85714/10
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800x600
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B12 Military AircraftB12 Military Aircraft

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It seems from the image that the aircraft is going through a turbulence. It seems that the aircraft is disturbed by thunderstorm or mountains. The turbulence is a state wherein it could shake any airplane, no matter how big and sturdy it is. It is is caused by high wind and hail forced controllers. At lower levels, thunderstorms can create eddies as winds flows around it. Winds disturbed by thunderstorms or mountains are just one the many causes of turbulence. From the image we could make out that it is going horizontally, faster the wind stronger the turbulence would be. When conditions are right, winds blowing across mountain ridges, the aircraft would loose its control. Turbulence in air is much stronger than in water. The wind shear caused by micro bursts would blast down from showers or thunderstorms and would cause the airline to crash. It is very clear from the image that the aircraft is touching almost high altitude from the ground and the aircraft is flying in turbulence.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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5487
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6/10
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800x600
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A10 in SunsetA10 in Sunset

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The A-10 Thunderbolt II (also known by its nickname, the Warthog), is a close air support jet aircraft. Close air support, or CAS, describe a type of mission where an aircraft assists ground units against nearby threats. For example, a Marine recon unit may discover a convoy of tanks between them and their target. They can call in a Warthog to help dispatch the tanks, so that they can carry on with their mission. The Warthog is exceptionally well equipped to handle ground assault tasks. The aircraft was literally designed around the GAU-8 Avenger cannon, which is a massive rotary machine gun capable of launching around 70 explosive shells per second. These 30mm shells devastate armoured ground targets, making the A-10 a fearsome adversary for ground units. The main disadvantage of the A-10 is that it is relatively slow for a jet aircraft, and it does not have the handling capabilities of enemy air superiority fighters that may be dispatched against it.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3630
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8.71429/10
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800x600
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Air China Short 747Air China Short 747

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Air China one among the leading provider of passenger service and cargo service in China. Air China is serving 60 million customers annually. Air China was established in the year of 1998. It has three main Air Crafts Boeing 747s, 767s and 707s.Boeing 767 -300 - ER(763) is one of the prestigious air craft for Air China. It offers 24 Executive first class seats and 187 Economic classes. All special features include Moveable Aisle Armrest, On board Wheel chair. It start its service from 1993. The manufacturer of this might plane is Boeing. The cruise speed is about 530 mph. Its physical dimension includes 55 meter in length 47.6 meter wing span and 15.8 meter ground to top height. The main attractions of the interior includes personal touch screen TV, lie flat Executive first Suite. Air China has network through out Asia, Middle East, Western Europe and north America. Air China recently Introduced A330-300 aircraft recently. In spite of customers it also hold cargo. It hold a load factor of 80%. It has a net profit of about 1.83 billion US dollars.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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4565
Rating
5.57143/10
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800x600
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Emirates A330 in FlightEmirates A330 in Flight

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We all have dreams whether we wanted to be astronauts, police officers, doctors or pilots but few of us are lucky enough to say that we accomplished out childhood dreams and now work in our perfect job. It is not that certain people are luckier than others it’s just that certain people want things more and are willing to sacrifice more as a result. Based in Dubai UAE, Emirates Airlines is one of the leading air travel companies serving both communal and executive class. The business class has become a trailblazer in the industry since they have tried to recreate on ground luxury on an airplane. For example, instead of sitting in a small space for longer flights-such as flights across oceans and continents-you can lie down in a pod, eat quality food, and use the internet, watch TV and more. Being a pilot for such an airline is difficult do to competition however it is not impossible.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3584
Rating
6.55555/10
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800x600
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Virgin VS11 Out of BostonVirgin VS11 Out of Boston

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Virgin Boeing 747 flight VS11 flying out of Boston.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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11375
Rating
6.94737/10
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640x480
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AirTours 757 DepartingAirTours 757 Departing

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The 757-200 is a narrow body jet manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes of the United States. It has twin turbofan engines, glass cockpit, conventional tail and a wing designed to reduce the aerodynamic drag. It is mainly used for short to medium airline distances with the maximum distance being 7200 kilometers. The seating capacity is a maximum of 289 persons. The twin engines are designed for reduced fuel consumption and efficient take off performance. The first flight was on February 19, 1982. The first commercial service flight was on the New Years Day of the year 1983, operated by Eastern Airlines. It was mainly operated on the transatlantic and domestic routes with mainline carriers from US like Delta Airlines, United Airlines, American Airlines and UPS Airlines being the largest operators. It was also operated on the transatlantic routes. A major plus point of the aircraft was that it could be used for different purposes like commercial, freight, defense and private applications. A total of 1050 were manufactured and production was stopped in 2004. This was mainly because of the airline industry focusing on smaller aircrafts. It is still in active service and Delta Airlines maintains and operates 185 aircraft. The picture beautifully captures to 757-200 in the clear blue sky on its Majestic Take-off.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3661
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5.33333/10
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819x509
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Panavia TornadoPanavia Tornado

Description
The Royal Air Force's Panavia Tornado, developed by Panavia Aircraft, is a twin-engine, variable-sweep wing fighter jet which was designed for day or night, all-weather operations. The aircraft has three separate configurations: 1) the Tornado IDS fighter/bomber, 2) the Tornado ECR used for recon and 3) the Tornado ADV interceptor. It is powered by two Rolls-Royce turbofan engines each producing 16,000 pounds of thrust and is capable of low-level supersonic flight and high subsonic cruising speeds due to its variable-sweep wing design. The Tornado first flew in August of 1974 and was put into service under the Royal Air Force in 1979. In 1991, the Tornado saw is first combat operations in the Gulf War; it conducted multiple low altitude bombing missions on structures and enemy artillery. As far as armaments, the Tornado is cleared to carry a large majority of NATO approved air-launched weapons which include, but not limited to, laser-guided bombs, anti-ship and anti-radiation missiles to specialized weapons such as anti-personnel mines and anti-runway munitions. Over the years, the Tornado has continuously proved itself in combat, but the airframe is now becoming outdated and obsolete. The tornado fleet that was once approaching more than a thousand has now dwindled to double digits.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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4292
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7.64285/10
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800x600
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Hemus Tupolev Tu-154Hemus Tupolev Tu-154

Description
The Tupolev Tu-154 is a triple-engine, medium range, narrow fuselage airliner. The airframe first went into production during the early 1960s and is manufactured by Tupolev. The 154 is capable of cruising speeds of 600 mph and is considered one of the fastest civilian airliners in operation. Powering the aircraft are three Kuznetsov NK-8-2U turbofan engines capable of producing 20,000 pounds of thrust each. Surprisingly, Tupolev Tu-154 is a very versatile aircraft. It is capable of taking off from and landing on unpaved surfaces whether it is dirt, gravel, or frozen tundra; widely used by Russia because it could withstand the harsh Arctic conditions. The airframe’s service life is due to expire in the year 2016. Since its beginning, there have been a total of 39 fatal incidents involving this aircraft although most of them were due to the extensive use in extreme operating conditions. Currently, over eighty civilian airlines have at least one of the ten different variants of the Tupolev Tu-154 in use in their fleet.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3310
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2.85714/10
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796x532
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Airtours A330 in FlightAirtours A330 in Flight

Description
The A330 is a wide-body twin-engine jet airliner made by Airbus, an aircraft manufacturing subsidiary of EADS, a European aerospace company. Based in Blagnac, France, a suburb of Toulouse. Airbus has significant activity across Europe and produces more than half of the world's jet airliners. The A330 originated in the 1970s as one of several possible derivatives of Airbus's first airliner, the A300, a short- to medium-range widebody jet airliner. The first A330 took its maiden flight in 1992 and began as a commercial passenger airliner in 1994. Airtours International Airways was a charter airline based out of the United Kingdom with its head office in Parkway Three in the Parkway Business Centre in Manchester, United Kingdom. Airtours Launched in March 1991 with just five MD83 series aircraft, Airtours International Airways was to be the in-house airline of Airtours Holidays. By 1993, Airtours bought Aspro Holidays of Ireland including Aspro's Inter-European Airways subsidiary. This acted to further strengthen the process of vertical integration among Airtours and its subsidiaries.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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8207
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7/10
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800x600
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F-22A Raptor ArtF-22A Raptor Art

Description
F-22A Raptor under light with pilot entering aircraft.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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10430
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8.30233/10
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800x600
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BMI Lifting OffBMI Lifting Off

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A plane taking flight. It is a medium sized white, blue, and red commercial jet liner. On it's way up into the wide open air where it will transport passengers safely to their destinations. The landing gear is still down so you can tell that the plane has recently taken flight. The angle of the plane in the sky also tells that the plane is still gaining altitude. It looks graceful in the sky, almost as if it were supposed to be there.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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3164
Rating
8.05883/10
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906x670
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MD F-15 Eagle With Afterburners LitMD F-15 Eagle With Afterburners Lit

Description
MD F-15 Eagle With Afterburners Lit
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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9562
Rating
8.32692/10
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800x600
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Airbus A340-600 Rolling Down RunwayAirbus A340-600 Rolling Down Runway

Description
An Airbus A340-600 is a commercial passenger airliner powered by jet propulsion. Originally developed by Airbus Industrie, a aerospace companies in Europe. Depending on the model, the A340-600 has a range up to 9 thousand nautical miles. The design is similar to the A330, manufactured in 4 fuselage lengths and originally measured nearly 200 feet in length. In particular, the A340-600 was designed as a Boeing 747 replacement since it is capable of carrying nearly 400 passengers and has more cargo room, and is powered by Rolls Royce engines.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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4400
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8.37037/10
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819x505
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B2 Stealth BomberB2 Stealth Bomber

Description
B2 Stealth Bomber flying over ocean.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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8283
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8.25/10
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800x600
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F-18 on CarrierF-18 on Carrier

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Modification of a preproduction twin jet engine fighter F-18 built by McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Corporation, (St. Louis, Missouri). The aircraft has clean fixed wings, wingtip folds for aircraft carrier storage, wingtip instrumentation pods augmented with sensing devices in place of missile launcher rails, outboard ailerons, inboard trailing-edge flaps, and inboard and outboard leading-edge flaps. All actuators have hydroelectric servovalves and are dual tandem powered. The leading-edge flap is the only rotary mechanical system. Twin vertical tails angle outward 20° from the vertical, horizontal stabilators are attached to the aft fuselage, and leading-edge extensions are attached from each wing root junction along the fuselage to the canopy station.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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9587
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8.4/10
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800x600
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BMI A330 LandingBMI A330 Landing

Description
British Midland International flies two Airbus A330-200 from its operational base in London Heathrow Airports. BMI operates around 2000 flights per week on its 27 aircraft fleet to Europe, Middle East, Central Asia and Africa. Airbus A330 is a wide-body jet airliner with twin turbofan engine from Airbus, a subsidiary of EADS (European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company N.V.). It is the first Airbus model that offers three engine choices: General Electric CF6, Pratt & Whitney PW4000, and Rolls-Royce Trent 700. A330 incorporates fly-by-wire flight control. The A330-200 is a shorter body but longer range variant from the original A330-300. It entered service in 1988. As of December 2011, 572 of the -200 had been ordered, 444 of which had been delivered, with 440 aircraft in operation. These facts reveal that it is the more popular model from the original -300. It is directly in opposition with Boeing’s 767-300ER, and soon 787 Dreamliner.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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5170
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7.25/10
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819x540
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Mi-24 (Hind) Close-UpMi-24 (Hind) Close-Up

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Mi-24 (Hind) military helicopter Close-Up.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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6149
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6.65217/10
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800x600
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Monarch A330 in old PaintMonarch A330 in old Paint

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Monarch A330 in old Paint on taxiway.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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4651
Rating
6.375/10
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B1 Lancer Lifting Off RunwayB1 Lancer Lifting Off Runway

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B1 Lancer Lifting Off Runway
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Feb 21 2003
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Pakistan International Airlines 747 on RunwayPakistan International Airlines 747 on Runway

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Pakistan International Airlines 747 on Runway.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
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flyaway
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Airbus A340-600 House Colors Take-OffAirbus A340-600 House Colors Take-Off

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An Airbus A340-600 in House Colors livery Taking-off from runway.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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Air 2000 Boeing 757 TaxiingAir 2000 Boeing 757 Taxiing

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Air 2000 Boeing 757 Taxiing
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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Singapore Airlines 747 at Zurich AirportSingapore Airlines 747 at Zurich Airport

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Singapore Airlines 747 at gate at Zurich Airport.
Date Added
Feb 21 2003
Submitted By
flyaway
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4036
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