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Email Autor Korrektur ID #1663081 / 36 Aufrufe
6-September-2021
IN325 P-8I of INAS 312 “Albatross” in the hands of LCdr Saurabh Kumar flies past Shri Ram Nath Kovind, President of India and Supreme Commander of the Indian Armed Forces at the President’s Colors to Naval Aviation ceremony. The grey monsoon skies of Goa is just another day for this LRMR/ASW unit that ranges far and wide. INAS 312 formerly flew the mighty Tu-142M from INS Rajali. (mehr von IN325)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1663067 / 32 Aufrufe
22-February-2019
KW3554 Netra (Sanskrit: Eyes) Airborne Early Warning and Control aircraft feature an array of indigenously designed systems by DRDO to detect, track and identify threats and carry out guidance and interception control. This extremely quiet aircraft was flown by Gp. Capt. Pranjal Singh and Gp. Capt. Pradeep Batra during the Aero India 2019 flying display. It is equipped with an air-to-air refuelling system. (mehr von KW3554)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1662103 / 16 Aufrufe
12-September-2021
VT-BKK Taxiing in at NSCBIA on a wet, post-monsoon day. This aircraft was built in May 2010. It was previously registered to IndiGo as VT-IKF and joined the AirAsia India fleet on 16 May 2019. (mehr von VT-BKK)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1661869 / 15 Aufrufe
-December-1994
G-SABR Enjoying a spot of sunshine on a winter afternoon at Duxford. (mehr von G-SABR)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1661867 / 23 Aufrufe
19-September-2018
VT-JBH On the turn for departure from CSMIA on an overcast morning. This aircraft joined Jet Airways as new on 25 Feb 2009 and served with the airline till 1 Feb 2019. In the same year, it went to AerCap, Ethiopian Airlines and Asky Airlines. (mehr von VT-JBH)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1661866 / 33 Aufrufe
19-June-2019
VT-ELX Geological Survey of India (GSI) Twin Otter equipped with a high sensitivity Cesium magnetometer and a multi-channel gamma ray spectrometer. Aircraft are conducting airborne surveys over the initial Obvious Geological Potential (OGP) areas of India comprising of 814,861 sq. km. These airborne surveys are part of the National Airborne Geophysical Mapping Programme to locate oil & gas, gold, minerals and diamonds. (mehr von VT-ELX)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1661719 / 1517 Aufrufe
8-October-2021
ZL4666 Incredible to think the first flight of the Chinook took place on 21 Sept 1961 and it is still going strong. Flying past on the 89th Air Force Day at Hindon AFS, this Chinook of 126 HF “Featherweights” easily carries an underslung M777A2 155mm Ultra-Light Howitzer (ULH) of the Indian Army that weighs 4200 kg and can fire the M982 Excalibur PGM artillery shell. Inducted on 25 March 2019 at Chandigarh, this heavy-lift, multi-mission helicopter has already proved its worth in India’s Himalayan regions. (mehr von ZL4666)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1658906 / 25 Aufrufe
12-September-2021
VT-SLG Taped up and standing on the apron at RGIA on a monsoon morning. This aircraft was built in 2006, serving previously with Ryanair and Nok Air. It joined the SpiceJet fleet in Jan. 2017. The aircraft at the rear is VT-SPU. (mehr von VT-SLG)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1658365 / 14 Aufrufe
28-February-2021
VT-TNF Taxiing out to Rwy 19L at NSCBIA for a morning departure. (mehr von VT-TNF)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1657890 / 8 Aufrufe
11-September-2021
VT-GMR Trainer belonging to Asia Pacific Flight Training Academy slowing down on the active at Begumpet in the evening. This all composite four seater comes equipped with a glass cockpit and a 135 hp diesel engine. (mehr von VT-GMR)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1657492 / 12 Aufrufe
8-October-2021
E1043 Centrepiece of the static lineup on Air Force Day 2021, this Gnat commemorates the Golden Anniversary of the 1971 Indo-Pak War. Fittingly, the aircraft carries the Regn. E257 as a tribute to Fg Off Nirmal Jit Singh Sekhon of No. 18 Sqn, the only airman to be posthumously awarded the Param Vir Chakra for valor. Sekhon was on ORP at Srinagar on 14 Dec. 1971 when the airfield was attacked by six PAF Sabres. He scrambled as bombs were falling and engaged them despite the odds, before falling to the escort. (mehr von E1043)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1656250 / 22 Aufrufe
6-October-2021
JS157 On static display on the 89th Air Force Day at Hindon AFS. Safe to say that the “Jag” is still a favorite sight for many, and the IAF is now the only operator in the world. Inducted in July 1979, the “Shamsher” initially equipped No. 14 Sqn. “Bulls” as a Deep Penetration Strike Aircraft (DPSA). It was used during IPKF ops in 1987 and Kargil in 1999. This DARIN III variant has been considerably upgraded with an Open System Architecture Mission Computer, EFIS, smart MFDs, radar, RWRs and other avionics. (mehr von JS157)

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Email Autor Korrektur ID #1656119 / 16 Aufrufe
6-October-2021
LA-5017 On static display on the 89th Air Force Day at Hindon AFS. In keeping with the theme of ‘self-reliant and capable’, this Final Operational Clearance (FOC) standard Tejas of No. 18 Sqn. “Flying Bullets” with an aerial refuelling probe comes loaded with 1200L droptanks, LGBs, R-73E missiles and a Litening III pod. Fg Offr Nirmal Jit Singh Sekhon of No. 18 Sqn. “Flying Bullets” was awarded the IAF’s only Param Vir Chakra posthumously, India’s highest military award, after his defence of Srinagar in 1971. (mehr von LA-5017)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1652440 / 10 Aufrufe
11-September-2021
VT-IZR Morning departure in front of RGIA’s 75m. ATC tower as 6E269 bound for Vadodara. (mehr von VT-IZR)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1650551 / 23 Aufrufe
6-February-2016
IN431 Flying off Ramakrishna Beach. Alouette IIIs were ordered by the Indian Navy in 1962 but were requisitioned by the IAF during the Sino-Indian War. The Navy received its Alouette IIIs in 1964 and these formed a flight aboard INS Vikrant. Later, INAS 321 Angels was formed in 1969 and its Chetaks have been detached for SAR and liaison duties to ships and stations as required. A Chetak flight also served in Antarctica. At the time of this photo, the type had completed nearly 52 years in naval service. (mehr von IN431)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1648914 / 13 Aufrufe
28-June-2021
C1174 On display at Yashwant Place at Chanakyapuri. Licence built by HAL, the FL was an improved version of the PF and similar to the PFM. The FL served the IAF well during the 1971 war and was succeeded by the M, MF and MiG-21bis versions. (mehr von C1174)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1647336 / 6 Aufrufe
22-February-2021
VT-IVO On short final for Rwy 01R at NSCBIA on a winter morning as 6E6323 from Hyderabad. The aircraft was delivered as new to IndiGo on 23 July 2018. (mehr von VT-IVO)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1647045 / 31 Aufrufe
15-December-2015
A6-EEA EK701 from Dubai on short final for Rwy 14 at Plaisance on a cloudy summer morning. (mehr von A6-EEA)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1646520 / 8 Aufrufe
5-June-2016
NX37061 On display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, NASM. Designed by Frank N. Piasecki, the PV-2 was the second helicopter to be flown successfully in the USA. Weighing 454 kg, it was powered by a Franklin 90 hp engine. Piasecki was testing PV-2’s systems on April 11, 1943 when the tether broke and the helicopter became airborne. He had 14 hours of flying time in a Piper Cub, and so became his own helicopter test pilot. Piasecki was the first person in the US to qualify for a helicopter pilot’s license. (mehr von NX37061)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1645683 / 34 Aufrufe
27-June-2021
VT-IUJ Parked at Gate D62 at IGIA T-3 in the afternoon, preparing for departure as 6E6186 to Mumbai. This aircraft was delivered as new to Indigo in Dec. 2019. (mehr von VT-IUJ)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1645455 / 26 Aufrufe
23-February-2019
92-3883 (WW) BOURBON 1 rocketing off the runway as Capt. Jake Primo Impellizzeri starts his scintillating display in the afternoon at Aero India 2019. This PACAF Demo Team F-16 has been drawn from the 13th FS Panther Pack based at Misawa, Japan. (mehr von 92-3883)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1645454 / 7 Aufrufe
29-June-2021
W1745 Hemmed in by lampposts, trees and hedges at Shaheed Smarak Park, Noida, this Iskra should be effectively camouflaged in a few years. The Iskra was inducted in the IAF in Oct. 1975 and served as a stage two trainer for many years for pilots selected for MiG squadrons. The Iskra jet training fleet was decommissioned from the IAF in 2004. (mehr von W1745)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1643350 / 21 Aufrufe
31-May-2015
B888 Enjoying summer morning sunshine at IAF Museum Palam after exhibits inside the main hangar have been relocated. The length of the aircraft can be better appreciated outdoors. Six IAF squadrons flew the Su-7 in the ground-attack role from 1968 to 1986. (mehr von B888)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1640465 / 223 Aufrufe
21-October-2019
JQ8501 On display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. Japan’s National Aerospace Laboratory converted a C-1 for STOL tests and to reduce the noise footprint. Four newly-built FJR710/600S turbofans were mounted on top and ahead of the wings to generate lift using the Coandă effect by upper surface blowing (USB) through vortex generators onto the flaps. The sole Asuka or ‘flying bird’ was retired in March 1989 after 97 flights and 167 flight hours, achieving 509m for takeoff and 449m for landing. (mehr von JQ8501)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1638676 / 40 Aufrufe
4-February-2021
KC-3812 Super Hercules from No. 87 Sqn. Raiding Raptors on static display on a hot day at Aero India 2021. (mehr von KC-3812)