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VT-TNZ New A320 on short final for Rwy 01R at NSCBIA as UK771 from Mumbai arrives in the morning. Vistara’s latest addition to its current fleet of 32 A320s was delivered on 6 Oct. 2020. (more of VT-TNZ)
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VT-JXB Arrival at CSMIA on a cloudy morning. (more of VT-JXB)
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G-LFVB The modern fire tender in the background is the most apparent giveaway seven decades later. City of Winnipeg comes in for a smooth landing at the end of Duxford Autumn Airshow 2013. Built in 1942, she has seven confirmed kills, making her one of the top scoring survivors. Six kills were scored with No. 501 (County of Gloucester) Sqn, after which the Spitfire joined No. 19 Sqn. and moved to No. 402 Sqn. RCAF in April 1944. (more of G-LFVB)
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F-AZYS Taxiing in after its display at Flying Legends 2011. This radar-equipped Corsair was delivered to Argentine Naval Aviation and equipped 2da Escuadrilla Aeronaval operating on board ARA Independencia. Bought by a French owner, it was formerly painted as an Aeronavale 14.F Flotilla F4U-7. The Corsair now wears the markings of VMF(N)-513 Flying Nightmares operating as night fighters from Pusan during the Korean War. (more of F-AZYS)
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N405KZ Morning arrival at Narita, ex JA05KZ. (more of N405KZ)
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VT-MXF Cardamom going nowhere for the moment. (more of VT-MXF)
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F-1160 On display at Museum Pusat TNI-AU Dirgantara Mandala. This aircraft was delivered to Skadron Udara 11 in 1961. During the 1960s, the squadron took part in Op. Trikora and Op. Dwikora. Most Soviet-origin aircraft were grounded in 1969 from a lack of spares due to the Soviet arms embargo and retired in 1970. (more of F-1160)
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G-CVIX Holding the nose high as the worlds last flying Sea Vixen touches down on the active at RNAS Yeovilton Air Day 2013. The raw power from the pair of 50 kN Avon RA.24R Mk.208 engines said it all. She was delivered in Dec. 1963 to 899 NAS, which carried the mailed fist emblem. A total of 150 Sea Vixens were built, and FAW.2 differed externally from FAW.1 by its enlarged tailbooms. (more of G-CVIX)
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TT-1015 On display at Museum Pusat TNI-AU Dirgantara Mandala. The emblems of Skadron Udara 3, 1 and 21 are visible under the cockpit. Thirteen Broncos operated from 1976-2007 and were used in COIN operations. These aircraft differed from the US versions by mounting 4 x 12.7mm MGs instead of 7.62mm guns. (more of TT-1015)
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VT-SZF Cassia turning onto Rwy 27 for departure in the morning. Newly delivered to SpiceJet on 26 June 2013, the aircraft stayed in service for a short period till 25 Dec. 2014, whence it returned to GECAS after lease and went on to become B-6991 with 9 Air in 2016. (more of VT-SZF)
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HL8061 Taxiing out for departure on picturesque Jeju island. (more of HL8061)
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2214 Flying over the sea near Pattaya. This helicopter belongs to 202 Sqn. Kaben based at Rayong U-Tapao. (more of 2214)
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V642 Bird of metal at Lucknow Zoo. Rajhans is one of two Tu-124K survivors. The other aircraft, Rajdoot is at IAF Museum Palam. The third aircraft, Pushpaka was lost with the cockpit crew in a landing accident at Jorhat on 4 Nov. 1977 that had the PM on board. The Tu-124K served with Air HQ Communication Sqn. from 1966-84. One could see them operate frequently at Palam. (more of V642)
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40204 On display at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum. Three of these aircraft served with 402 Sqn. RTAF from 1981-2015. (more of 40204)
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54-1626 Prototype Spectre gunship that was converted under Project Gunship II at Wright-Patterson AFB. It carried four 20mm cannon and four 7.62mm multi-barrel guns, used in a 30-degree left bank at night. This AC-130 was sent to Nha Trang AFB in Vietnam on Sept. 21, 1967 for a 90-day test. Other Spectres of 16th SOS based at Ubon flew interdiction missions along the Ho Chi Ming Trail from 1968 onward, destroying many trucks. (more of 54-1626)
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HL8314 Newly delivered aircraft turning off the active on pituresque Jeju Island. (more of HL8314)
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IN617 Wonderful gesture by the Indian Navy to mount the iconic Sea Harrier in a park facing the sea at Bandra. This Sea Harrier was flown by INAS 300 White Tigers. The Sea Harrier served the Indian Navy from 1983-2016. (more of IN617)
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NX910A On display in the Personal Courage Wing at the Museum of Flight. This replica was begun in 1971 and completed in 1988. It is in the markings of American ace Lt. George A. Vaughn, who served with No. 84 Sqn. RAF in May 1918. (more of NX910A)
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VT-TMT Youngest aircraft in Trujets ATR fleet at its home base in the afternoon at RGIA. Trujet currently serves 21 destinations from its hub. (more of VT-TMT)
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88-4606 Mowing the lawn at Hamamatsu during Air Festa 2019. (more of 88-4606)
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VT-IGS Taxiing out for a morning departure at IGIA T-1. (more of VT-IGS)
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PK-LFU Morning departure from Yogyakarta. (more of PK-LFU)
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59-4987 Prototype F-5A on display in the Great Gallery at the Museum of Flight. Northrop Chief Experimental Test Pilot Lewis A. Nelson took it supersonic on its first flight at Edwards AFB on 30 July 1959. The T-38 was a successful USAF supersonic trainer, but it took seven years to get a production order for the F-5A that ultimately became a successful lightweight, low cost fighter-bomber with its high thrust-to-weight ratio J85-GE-13 engines. (more of 59-4987)
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VT-IHM Summer evening arrival at NSCBIA for one of the older A320s in IndiGo’s fleet. (more of VT-IHM)
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N626BL On display at the Museum of Flight. Designed by Bill Lear, this prototype first flew on Dec. 32, 1980, as recorded officially so that British government funding expiring in 1980 could continue to be enjoyed. Only three aircraft were built and they are all on display in US museums. The Lear Fan was built of composite materials which revolutionized the field of aviation, had a Y-shaped empennage and the pusher propeller was powered by a pair of P&W Canada PT6B-35F turboshafts. (more of N626BL)