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20-January-2020
VT-RKJ Arriving at IGIA T-3 on a winter afternoon as 9I613 from Jammu. (more of VT-RKJ)
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19-October-2019
JA02AN Second oldest 737 in ANA's current fleet set for departure on a wet night at Chubu Centrair International Airport. (more of JA02AN)
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25-October-2019
53-122 On display at the Nature & Science Museum, Ueno with the Sakae 12 engine visible. This Zero was field-modified in Oct. 1944 into a reconnaissance two-seater that served with the 253rd Kokutai in Rabaul. It ran short of fuel and was ditched by its pilot Ensign Kentaro Miyagoshi near Cape Lambert on Jan. 18, 1945. Both pilot and observer survived. Recovered in 1972, it was brought to Japan in 1975. The 53-122 tailcode is fictitious. (more of 53-122)
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21-October-2019
9911 On display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. JMSDF's need for an ASW patrol aircraft led to the U.S. Navy providing a Grumman Albatross, which was remodelled into the UF-XS experimental aircraft at Shin Meiwa’s Konan plant. First flown in Dec. 1962, the UF-XS was tested till 1964, leading to the manufacture of the PS-1 flying boat. (more of 9911)
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21-October-2019
1001 Replica on display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. This was a licence-built version of the Salmson 2A.2 that became the Army Type Otsu 1, Japan’s first military aircraft used in the reconnaissance role. It first flew in 1922 from the village of Sohara, which later merged to form Kakamigahara. Kawasaki built around 300 of this type till 1927. (more of 1001)
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21-October-2019
29-5103 On display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. The T-2 was influenced by the design of the SEPECAT Jaguar, as can be seen from this rear view. It was also powered by two Adour turbofans, licence built by Ishikawajima-Harima as the TF40-IHI-801A. Unlike the Jaguar, the T-2 had single wheels. This is the experimental Control Configuration Vehicle (CCV) that has three canards. (more of 29-5103)
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21-October-2019
29-5103 On display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. The XT-2 was developed as a supersonic jet trainer, and became the first Japanese-designed aircraft to break the sound barrier. This is the experimental Control Configuration Vehicle (CCV) built from the third T-2 that featured three canards including the one under the fuselage. (more of 29-5103)
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19-October-2019
N787BA On display at Flight of Dreams at Chubu Centrair airport. This is the prototype 787-8 that was donated by Boeing to Nagoya after Japan’s aerospace industry played a large part in developing and financing the Dreamliner. Surrounded on two sides by a food court, it’s the perfect place to watch the light show around the aircraft. (more of N787BA)
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16-July-2019
VT-IJF Taxiing out for departure as 6E-5327 to Bangalore. (more of VT-IJF)
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17-October-2019
JA8978 Ready for departure as JL512 to Tokyo. (more of JA8978)
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17-October-2019
B-16333 The autumn evening light falls on BR115 as it rolls out for departure from Sapporo to Taipei. (more of B-16333)
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4-April-2019
A6-EOK EK701 from Dubai on short final at Plaisance on a cloudy summer morning. (more of A6-EOK)
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16-June-2016
N7001U On display at the Museum of Flight Airpark next to CF-TGE. This was the prototype Boeing 727 that was delivered to United Air Lines; Boeing did not retain it as a flight test aircraft. It remained with the airline for its entire 27-year career, having flown 64,495 hours, made 48,060 landings and carried around three million passengers. After making its last revenue flight in 1991, the 727 finally flew to the Museum in March 2016. (more of N7001U)
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16-June-2016
42-8205 On display at the Museum of Flight. This Thunderbolt was recovered from La Paz for restoration. “Big Stud” is painted in the markings of Col. Robert L. Baseler, CO of 325th FG from July 1943 to April 1944 in the Mediterranean Theater. The 325th FG wore the distinctive black and yellow checkertail on its P-40s, P-47s and P-51s. (more of 42-8205)
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17-October-2019
JA857A Arriving at Sapporo on a cold autumn afternoon as NH1225 from Sendai. (more of JA857A)
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16-June-2016
N213US Forward section on display at the Museum of Flight. This 737 was built in 1969 and flew as "Tar Heel Pacemaker" with Piedmont Airlines. That airline was integrated into US Airways, which donated the plane in 1995 to the Museum of Flight. This aircraft was equipped with a forward airstair. (more of N213US)
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17-October-2019
B-16227 Departing Sapporo for Taipei as BR165. (more of B-16227)
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17-October-2019
JA8984 Taxiing out for departure as JL510 to Tokyo. (more of JA8984)
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14-October-2019
JA623J Preparing for departure from Haneda as JL125 to Osaka. (more of JA623J)
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14-October-2019
JA111A Currently the oldest A321 in ANA's fleet, this aircraft is all set for departure as NH405 from Haneda to Akita. (more of JA111A)
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14-October-2019
JA135A Taxiing past JA131A and JA114A as it arrives at Haneda as NH656 from Okayama. (more of JA135A)
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15-October-2019
JA03XJ Taxiing out for departure from Haneda as JL315 to Fukuoka. (more of JA03XJ)
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14-October-2019
JA708A Taxiing out for departure as NH255 bound for Fukuoka on a wet day after Typhoon Hagibis. (more of JA708A)
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14-October-2019
JA833A Arriving at Haneda on a wet day after Typhoon Hagibis as NH584 from Matsuyama. (more of JA833A)