31st March 2020
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McDonnell Douglas DC-10-40l

by on 11th February 2020 0
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-40l, Omega Aerial Refueling Services Inc., static display at Danish Air Show 2014, Karup AFB. McDonnell Douglas DC-10, a three-engine, wide-body airliner, performed its maiden flight on 29th August 1970. Despite the initial safety problems caused by the cargo door design, DC-10 has gained popularity and was operated by most of the... Read More

Douglas DC-6B

by on 28th January 2020 0
Douglas DC-6B, OE-LDM, from the Flying Bulls collection of Hangar 7 in Salzburg, just after its arrival to Pardubice, Czech Republic, for 2014 edition of Aviatická pouť (Aviation Fair) air show. DC-6 is the biggest, and perhaps also the most recognizable, aircraft from the Flying Bulls collection. This classic, piston-powered airliner, with a beautiful,... Read More

Potez Fouga CM.170 Magister

by on 4th May 2019 0
Potez Fouga CM.170 Magister – French manufactured jet trainer aircraft, used since 1956 by French, Israeli, German and Finnish air forces. Currently around 40 aircraft are still airworthy and operated by private owners. The pictured CM.170 no. 230 was delivered to French Air Force in 1959 and operated until 1996, then sold to the... Read More

´Tigers´ over the North Sea – NATO Tiger Meet 2014

by on 7th July 2014 0
The 2014 edition of the multinational, annual live-fly exercise and Tiger – squadron gathering took place between 16th and 26th June, at Fliegerhorst Schleswig/Jagel in Germany. The participating seventeen member squadrons from NATO Tiger Association and Partnership for Peace programme were hosted by Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader 51 ´Immelmann´. TaktLwG 51 ´I´, formerly – until September... Read More
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