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an aircraft that has a fixed wing and is powered by propellers or jets; "the flight was delayed due to trouble with the airplane"
Airplane! is a 1980 American satirical comedy film directed and written by David Zucker, Jim Abrahams, and Jerry Zucker and released by Paramount Pictures.
A powered flying vehicle with fixed wings and a weight greater than that of the air it displaces
a formation of aircraft in flight
Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
shoot a bird in flight
(in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
Info+ is a digital terrestrial, 4-hour commercial-free channel by ERT, the Greek public broadcaster. It broadcasts a variety of news programmes from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. via the frequency of Sport+
information: a message received and understood
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Military Airplanes and Technology (1950s - 1990s) - 2 DVD Set
"Military Airplanes and Technology," showcases the advancement of military planes, particularly bombers and fighter jets. It includes weapon system designs and aircraft in action from WWII until present-highlighted planes are the F-84, B-50, F-84, T-33, B-57, F-86, F-15, F-16, and SR-71. Table of Contents: (1) In, "Airplanes Aviation Industry & Military Fighter Planes," showcases new developments in the manufacturing of military aircraft, such as the Republic F-84 Thunderstreak, a fighter bomber -14 Minutes (2) "Defend The Night," shows the ground sensors placed in southeast Asia, and how those sensors are employed by aircraft. Includes wonderful scenes of airplanes in fight during Vietnam SILENT -32 Minutes (3) "Fighter Operations," documents the 6th Air Force's mission during World War II. It shows German planes being shot down and dogfights in action SILENT -8 Minutes (4) "Partners in Freedom," is a silent tribute to the Japanese and United States armed forces that stand guard against communist aggression. Aircraft seen include the B-50, F-84, T-33, and B-57 SILENT -34 Minutes (5) "Technology for Tomorrow," discusses the changing technology of aeronautics spying, including the use of radar and mounted cameras throughout the years -28 Minutes (6) "F-15," is a silent tribute to the F-15. Flybys and aerial tricks are showcased -2 Minutes (7) "The F-16," is a silent aerial tribute to the F-16 -1 Minute (8) "The SR-71," is a dramatic aerial tribute to the SR-71 airplane SILENT -1 Minute (9) "The Last Bomb" silently shows bomb runs during WWII. The brave pilots, and the dramatic explosions, are a tribute to the aviation history of the military. SILENT -25 Minutes (10) "New Dimension in Weapon System Design," highlights the importance of easy maintenance, getting planes in the air quickly and the systems being designed for those purposes. Examples of new design techniques reinforce the weapon system strategic planning involved in creating military aircraft -29 Minutes
Finnair - OH-LTO - Airbus A330-302E
Finnair's flight AY 77 departuring from runway 22R at Helsinki Airport for a flight to Osaka Kansai International, Japan.
Codeshare flight with JAL as flight JL 7072.
Serial number: 1013
First flight date: 30.3.2009
Test registration: F-WWKD
Delivery date to Finnair: 15.5.2009
Taken at Helsinki Airport 16.4.2011.
Each seat back had a screen that told you where you were and the conditions outside.
airplane flight info
A reign of destruction falls upon a German plane assembly plant in precise targeting. "Eighth Air Force - Target for Today," explains the high flying bomb runs of World War II and why they are necessary to win the war, even though at times they seem to accomplish little. It is not one bombing, or two, that will shift the power to allied forces but continued, decisive, strikes against German towns, outposts, and factories. Actual footage from the Eighth Air Force and graphic scenes of bombs reigning down victory add a sense of tragedy with honor.