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airliners 17
the sound bar 7
the luftwaffe 4
airliner jet 6
aircraft simulators 8
net century 9
the flying boat 3
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history of the flying boat
Finnair began using Junkers F-13 and Junkers Ju-24 floatplanes from 1926. Below is a Finnair F-13 floatplane. click here for more information ...
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Gemini space programme
Gemini space programme. Gemini/Titan-II launch vehicle lift-off at Cape Kennedy, Florida in a test flight. In May 1961, soon after the first Project Mercury ...
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the first Northrop flying wing
As Northrop progressed through the early design stages of his first true flying wing, he sought the advice and technical expertise of one of the world's ...
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Japanese aircraft of World War Two
the specifications and history of Japanese aircraft of World War 2.
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Russian launch vehicles
The Energia used a central core equipped with a variable number of strap-on boosters. These strap-on boosters were very similar to the Zenit launch vehicle. ...
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De Havilland Comet
By 1952, the de Havilland Comet, the world's first commercial jetliner went into service ... Imagine the surprise then, when the de Havilland Comet made its ...
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aviation timeline 1918
Manfred von Richthofen was the most successful fighter pilot of the First World War and at the time of his death, he had shot down 80 Allied aircraft in air ...
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Byrd and Bennett
Amundsen, a stoic, imperious-looking figure (hut by all accounts a man of great warmth and humour), irritated the excitable Nobile at every opportunity. ...
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skycranes
A piece of machinery dropped from the helicopter would likely crash ... An aircraft called the Heli-Stat was built in the 1980s to attempt this mission. ...
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the jet airliner
The British Overseas Aircraft Corporation (BOAC), the national British carrier, first introduced a commercial jet airliner into service. ...
 
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