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#1 Ent Air Force Base

Ent Air Force Base was a United States Air Force base located in the Knob Hill neighborhood of Colorado Springs, Colorado . A tent city, established in 1943 during construction of the base, was initially commanded by Major General Uzal Girard Ent (1900–1948), for whom the base is named. [1] [2] The

#2 Akhiok Airport

Akhiok Airport ( IATA : AKK , ICAO : PAKH , FAA LID : AKK ) is a state-owned public-use airport located one   nautical mile (2   km ) southwest of the central business district of Akhiok , a city in the Kodiak Island Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska . [1] Airport Akhiok Airport IATA : AKK ICAO :

#3 Midland Army Airfield

Midland Army Airfield is a former World War II military airfield, located 8.4 miles west-southwest of Midland, Texas . It operated as a Bombardier training school for the United States Army Air Forces from 1942 until 1945. This article is about the World War II era military airfield. For the predece

#4 Georgia World War II Army Airfields

During World War II , the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) established numerous airfields in Georgia for antisubmarine defense in the Gulf of Mexico and for training pilots and aircrews of USAAF fighters and bombers. Georgia World War II Army Airfields Part of World War II Map of Major Georgia

#5 RAF Aboukir

Royal Air Force Aboukir or more simply RAF Aboukir is a former Royal Air Force base located 6.6 miles (10.6   km) northwest of Kafr El-Dawar and 7.2 miles (11.6   km) east of Alexandria , Egypt . Between 1916 and 1947 a number of units and squadrons were based there, including the central depot for

#6 Gregorio Luperón International Airport

Gregorio Luperón International Airport ( Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional Gregorio Luperón ) ( IATA : POP , ICAO : MDPP ) , also known as Puerto Plata Airport , is located in Puerto Plata , Dominican Republic. It is the Dominican Republic's fourth busiest airport by passenger traffic and aircraft m

#7 Strother Army Airfield

Strother Army Airfield was a World War II training base of the United States Army Air Forces Central Flying Training Command (CFTC), and later II Fighter Command . It is currently the city-owned Strother Field . WWII era US military installation Strother Army Airfield Strother Air Force Base     Par

#8 Changi Airport

Singapore Changi Airport , commonly known as Changi Airport ( IATA : SIN , ICAO : WSSS ) , is a major civilian international airport that serves Singapore , and is one of the largest transportation hubs in Asia . As one of the world's busiest airports by international passenger and cargo traffic, it

#9 RAF Lossiemouth

Royal Air Force Lossiemouth or more commonly RAF Lossiemouth or Lossie ( IATA : LMO , ICAO : EGQS ) is a military airfield located on the western edge of the town of Lossiemouth in Moray , north-east Scotland . Royal Air Force main operating base in Moray, Scotland RAF Lossiemouth Near Lossiemouth ,

#10 Dubai International Airport

Dubai International Airport ( IATA : DXB , ICAO : OMDB ) ( Arabic : مطار دبي الدولي ) is the primary international airport serving Dubai , United Arab Emirates, and is the world's busiest airport by international passenger traffic . [5] It is also the nineteenth-busiest airport in the world by passe

#11 Naval Base Milne Bay

Naval Base Milne Bay , also called Naval Advance Base Milne Bay , was new major United States Navy sea and airbase base built on Milne Bay in Milne Bay Province in south-eastern Papua New Guinea . By spring 1943, the build up of the US Navy to support the Pacific War had caused overcrowding at the p

#12 Munich-Riem Airport

Munich-Riem Airport ( German : Flughafen München-Riem ) was the international airport of Munich , the capital city of Bavaria and third-largest city of Germany. It was closed down on 16 May 1992, the day before the new Munich Airport commenced operations. It was located near the old village of Riem

#13 Hunter Army Airfield

Hunter Army Airfield ( IATA : SVN , ICAO : KSVN , FAA LID : SVN ) , located in Savannah, Georgia , United States, is a military airfield and subordinate installation to Fort Stewart located in Hinesville, Georgia . Military airfield near Hinesville, GA, US "Hunter Field" redirects here. For the base

#14 Hamilton Army Airfield

Hamilton Field ( Hamilton AFB ) was a United States Air Force base, which was inactivated in 1973, decommissioned in 1974, and put into a caretaker status with the Air Force Reserves until 1976. It was transferred to the United States Army in 1983 and was designated an Army Airfield until its BRAC c

#15 Kirtland Air Force Base

Kirtland Air Force Base ( IATA : ABQ , ICAO : KABQ ) is a United States Air Force base located in the southeast quadrant of the Albuquerque , New Mexico urban area, adjacent to the Albuquerque International Sunport . The base was named for the early Army aviator Col. Roy C. Kirtland . The military a

#16 Viracopos International Airport

Viracopos – Campinas International Airport ( IATA : VCP , ICAO : SBKP ) (sometimes referred to as São Paulo/Campinas or São Paulo/Viracopos ) is an international airport serving the municipality of Campinas , São Paulo State , Brazil . On 6 January 1987, the airport name was officially normalised to

#17 Casa Grande Municipal Airport

Casa Grande Municipal Airport ( IATA : CGZ , ICAO : KCGZ , FAA LID : CGZ ) is a city-owned public-use airport 6 miles (5.2   nmi ; 9.7   km ) north of Casa Grande in Pinal County , Arizona . [1] The FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2009–2013 categorizes it as a general aviation

#18 Abu Suweir Air Base

Abu Suweir Air Base is an Egyptian Air Force ( Arabic : القوات الجوية المصرية , El Qūwāt El Gawwīyä El Maṣrīyä ) base, located approximately 17.1 kilometres (10.6   mi) west of Ismaïlia and 116 kilometres (72   mi) northeast of Cairo . It is positioned for strategic defence of the Suez Canal waterwa

#19 Malmstrom Air Force Base

Malmstrom Air Force Base is a United States Air Force base and census-designated place (CDP) in Cascade County, Montana , United States, adjacent to the city of Great Falls . It was named in honor of World War II POW Colonel Einar Axel Malmstrom . It is the home of the 341st Missile Wing (341 MW) of

#20 Columbia Regional Airport

Columbia Regional Airport ( IATA : COU , ICAO : KCOU ) [2] is a commercial passenger airport serving Columbia, Missouri . Located about 12 miles (19 km) southeast of Columbia in Boone County, Missouri , it is the only commercial airport in Mid-Missouri and also serves the state capital of Jefferson

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#1 Canadair CF-5

The Canadair CF-5 (officially designated the CF-116 Freedom Fighter ) is the Canadair licensed-built version of the American Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter aircraft primarily for the Canadian Forces (as the CF-5) and the Royal Netherlands Air Force (as the NF-5). The CF-5 was upgraded periodically thr

#2 Boeing Model 42

The Boeing Model 42 (also Boeing XCO-7 for Experimental Corps Observation Model 7) was an American biplane aircraft developed from the Airco DH.4 , taking advantage of the large number of aircraft left over after the end of World War I . American observation aircraft Model 42 Role observation Type o

#3 Dassault Rafale

The Dassault Rafale ( French pronunciation:   ​ [ʁafal] , literally meaning "gust of wind", [2] and "burst of fire" in a more military sense) [3] is a French twin-engine , canard delta wing , multirole fighter aircraft designed and built by Dassault Aviation . Equipped with a wide range of weapons,

#4 Airspeed Ambassador

The Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador is a British twin piston-engined airliner that was designed and produced by the British aircraft manufacturer Airspeed Ltd. It was one of the first postwar airliners to be produced. AS.57 Ambassador Dan-Air Ambassador at Bristol Airport in 1965 Role Airliner Type of air

#5 Piper PA-14 Family Cruiser

The Piper PA-14 Family Cruiser is an American -built small touring aircraft of the late 1940s. PA-14 experimental modification on amphibious floats Four-seat 1947 US light aircraft PA-14 Family Cruiser French-registered PA-14 Family Cruiser at Sherburn-in-Elmet Airfield , Yorkshire in 1950 Role Sing

#6 Grob G 110

The Grob G 110 was a single-engined two-seat light aircraft, made mainly of glassfibre , which was designed and built by the German manufacturer Grob Aircraft in the early 1980s. Two prototypes were built, with the first example making its maiden flight on 6 February 1982, but development was abando

#7 Macchi C.200 Saetta

The Macchi C.200 Saetta (Italian: "Lightning"), or MC.200, was a fighter aircraft developed and manufactured by Aeronautica Macchi in Italy . Various versions were flown by the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force) who used the type throughout the Second World War . 1937 Italian fighter aircraft fam

#8 Douglas C-133 Cargomaster

The Douglas C-133 Cargomaster is an American large turboprop cargo aircraft built between 1956 and 1961 by the Douglas Aircraft Company for use with the United States Air Force . The C-133 was the USAF's only production turboprop-powered strategic airlifter , entering service shortly after the Lockh

#9 Bombardier CRJ700 series

The Bombardier CRJ700 , CRJ900 , and CRJ1000 are a family of regional jet airliners that were designed and manufactured by Canadian transportation conglomerate Bombardier (formerly Canadair ) between 1999 and 2020. Their design was derived from the smaller CRJ100 and 200 airliners, the other members

#10 Rockwell B-1 Lancer

The Rockwell B-1 Lancer [N 1] is a supersonic variable-sweep wing , heavy bomber used by the United States Air Force . It is commonly called the "Bone" (from "B-One"). [1] It is one of three strategic bombers serving in the U.S. Air Force fleet along with the B-2 Spirit and the B-52 Stratofortress a

#11 Rendition aircraft

This page describes several aircraft that are alleged in media reports to have been used in the practice of extraordinary rendition , the extralegal transfer of prisoners from one country to another. This article is about specific aircraft alleged to have been used in rendition flights. For general

#12 Siebel Si 202 Hummel

The Siebel Si 202 Hummel ("Bumble-bee") was a German light sportsplane of the late 1930s. It was an angular low-wing monoplane, which could be powered by a variety of small engines. Si 202 Hummel Role sports and trainer Type of aircraft National origin Germany Manufacturer Siebel Flugzeugwerke Halle

#13 Sikorsky S-16

The Sikorsky S-16 , or RBVZ S-XVI (named after its manufacturer), was a Russian equi-span single-bay two-seat biplane designed by Igor Sikorsky in 1914-15. Conceived in response to demand for an escort fighter for the Ilya Muromets bombers, it was noteworthy in that it was one of the first aircraft

#14 Beechcraft Skipper

The Beechcraft Model 77 Skipper is a two-seat, fixed tricycle gear general aviation airplane , originally designed for flight training but also used for touring and personal flying. [1] [2] Two seat fixed gear general aviation aircraft Model 77 Skipper Role Light utility aircraft Type of aircraft Ma

#15 Douglas XP3D

The Douglas XP3D was a prototype American patrol flying boat of the 1930s. A twin-engined high-winged monoplane , the P3D was produced by the Douglas Aircraft Company to equip the US Navy 's Patrol squadrons, but despite meeting the Navy's requirements, the rival Consolidated PBY was preferred owing

#16 Lockheed Model 14 Super Electra

The Lockheed Model 14 Super Electra was an American civil passenger and cargo aircraft built by the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation during the late 1930s. An outgrowth of the earlier Model 10 Electra , the Model 14 was also developed into larger, more capable civil and military versions. 1930s America

#17 Fairchild C-123 Provider

The Fairchild C-123 Provider is an American military transport aircraft designed by Chase Aircraft and then built by Fairchild Aircraft for the U.S. Air Force . In addition to its USAF service, which included later service with the Air Force Reserve and the Air National Guard , it also went on to se

#18 Piper PA-25 Pawnee

The PA-25 Pawnee is an agricultural aircraft produced by Piper Aircraft between 1959 and 1981. It remains a widely used aircraft in agricultural spraying and is also used as a tow plane, or tug, for launching gliders or for towing banners. In 1988 the design rights and support responsibility were so

#19 Martin P4M Mercator

The Martin P4M Mercator was a maritime reconnaissance aircraft built by the Glenn L. Martin Company . The Mercator was an unsuccessful contender for a United States Navy requirement for a long-range maritime patrol bomber, with the Lockheed P2V Neptune chosen instead. It saw a limited life as a long

#20 Sud Aviation Caravelle

The Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle is a French jet airliner produced by Sud Aviation . It was developed by SNCASE in the early 1950s and made its maiden flight on 27 May 1955. It included some de Havilland designs and components developed for the de Havilland Comet . SNCASE merged into the larger Sud

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#1 Ise-class battleship

The Ise -class battleships ( 伊勢型戦艦 , Ise-gata senkan ) were a pair of dreadnought battleships built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War I . Both ships carried supplies for the survivors of the Great Kantō earthquake in 1923. They were modernized in 1934–1937 with improvements to th

#2 German aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin

The German aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin was the lead ship in a class of two carriers of the same name ordered by the Kriegsmarine of Nazi Germany . She was the only aircraft carrier launched by Germany and represented part of the Kriegsmarine ' s attempt to create a well-balanced oceangoing fleet,

#3 HMS Nairana (D05)

HMS Nairana ( / n aɪ ˈ r ɑː n ə / ) was the lead ship of the Royal Navy 's Nairana -class escort carriers that saw service in the Second World War . She was built at John Brown & Company shipyards in Clydebank , Scotland . When construction started in 1941 she was intended as a merchant ship , but w

#4 USS Langley (CVL-27)

USS Langley (CVL-27) was an Independence -class light aircraft carrier that served the United States Navy from 1943 to 1947, and French Navy as La Fayette from 1951 to 1963. Independence-class aircraft carrier of the US Navy in service 1943-1947 For other ships with the same name, see USS Langley .

#5 USS Saratoga (CV-3)

USS Saratoga (CV-3) was a Lexington -class aircraft carrier built for the United States Navy during the 1920s. Originally designed as a battlecruiser , she was converted into one of the Navy's first aircraft carriers during construction to comply with the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922. The ship en

#6 USS Manila Bay

USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) was a Casablanca -class escort carrier of the United States Navy . Casablanca-class escort carrier of the US Navy USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) underway whilst operating as an attack carrier in the Pacific, circa 1944. History United States Name Manila Bay Namesake Battle of Manila

#7 Italian seaplane carrier Europa

Europa was a seaplane carrier of the Italian Regia Marina (Royal Navy). Originally laid down as the merchant ship Manila , she was renamed Salacia in 1898, and then sold to German and then Italian shipping companies in 1911 and 1913, respectively. She became Quarto in 1913, and in February 1915 she

#8 Timeline for aircraft carrier service

Aircraft carriers have their origins during the days of World War I . The earliest experiments consisted of fitting temporary "flying off" platforms to the gun turrets of the warships of several nations, notably the United States and the United Kingdom. The first ship to be modified with a permanent

#9 Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi

Akagi ( Japanese : 赤城, "red castle") was an aircraft carrier built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), named after Mount Akagi in present-day Gunma Prefecture . Though she was laid down as an Amagi -class battlecruiser , Akagi was converted to an aircraft carrier while still under construction to

#10 USS Lexington (CV-2)

USS Lexington (CV-2) , nicknamed "Lady Lex", [1] was the name ship of her class of two aircraft carriers built for the United States Navy during the 1920s. Originally designed as a battlecruiser , she was converted into one of the Navy's first aircraft carriers during construction to comply with the

#11 HMS Albion (L14)

HMS Albion is an amphibious transport dock of the Royal Navy , the first of the two-ship Albion class . Built by BAE Systems Marine in Barrow-in-Furness , Albion was launched in March 2001 by the Princess Royal . Her sister ship , Bulwark , was launched in November 2001, also from Barrow. Affiliated

#12 USS Wake Island

USS Wake Island (CVE-65) was a Casablanca -class escort carrier of the United States Navy . Casablanca-class escort carrier of the US Navy History United States Name USS Wake Island Namesake Battle of Wake Island Builder Kaiser Shipyards Laid down 6 February 1943 Launched 15 September 1943 Commissio

#13 Japanese battleship Ise

Ise ( Japanese : 伊勢 ) was the lead ship of her class of two dreadnought battleships built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during the 1910s. Although completed in 1917, she played no role in World War I . Ise supported Japanese forces in the early 1920s during the Siberian Intervention in the Ru

#14 USS Curtiss (AV-4)

USS Curtiss (AV-4) was the first purpose-built seaplane tender constructed for the United States Navy . She was named for Glenn Curtiss , an American naval aviation pioneer that designed the Curtiss NC-4 , the first aircraft to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. Tender of the United States Navy USS Curt

#15 USS Tripoli (LPH-10)

USS Tripoli (LPH-10) , an Iwo Jima -class amphibious assault ship , was laid down on 15 June 1964 at Pascagoula, Mississippi , by the Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation ; launched on 31 July 1965; sponsored by Jane Cates, the wife of General Clifton B. Cates , former Commandant of the Marine Corps ; a

#16 USS Essex (LHD-2)

USS Essex (LHD-2) is a Wasp -class Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) in service with the United States Navy . The amphibious assault ship was built at what is now Huntington Ingalls Industries in Pascagoula, Mississippi . She was launched 23 February 1991 and commissioned on 17 October 1992 while moored

#17 USS Marcus Island

USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) was the twenty-third of fifty Casablanca -class escort carriers built for the United States Navy during World War II . She was named after an engagement on 31 August 1943 over Minami-Tori-shima , known on American maps as Marcus Island. She was launched in December 1943, c

#18 HMS Activity (D94)

HMS Activity was an escort carrier that served with the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom during the Second World War . After the war, she was sold into merchant service as the MV Breconshire , serving for over 20 years until scrapped in 1967. For Empire Activity built 1919, see SS Belgian . HMS Acti

#19 Spanish aircraft carrier Príncipe de Asturias

Príncipe de Asturias , originally named Almirante Carrero Blanco , was a light aircraft carrier and former flagship of the Spanish Navy . She was built in Bazan's Shipyards and delivered to the Spanish Navy on 30 May 1988. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( August 2012 ) Pr

#20 Nairana-class escort carrier

The Nairana -class escort carrier ( / n aɪ ˈ r ɑː n ə / ) was a British-built class of three escort carriers . They were constructed one each in England , Scotland and Northern Ireland to the same basic design during the Second World War for service with the Royal Navy . British-built class of escor

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#1 GoJet Airlines

GoJet Airlines LLC is a regional airline headquartered in Bridgeton , Missouri , United States. Wholly owned by Trans States Holdings , it has 1,670 employees. [2] [3] It operates commuter feeder services under the United Express brand of United Airlines . United Express flights are currently operat

#2 Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus ( / ˌ ɛər ˈ l ɪ ŋ ɡ ə s / air LING -gəs ; an anglicisation of the Irish aerloingeas [ˌeːɾˠˈl̪ˠɪɲɟəsˠ] , meaning "air fleet") [lower-alpha 1] is the flag carrier of Ireland . Founded by the Irish Government, it was privatised between 2006 and 2015 and it is now a wholly owned subsidiary of

#3 Syrian Air

Syrian Airlines ( Arabic : السورية للطيران ), operating as SyrianAir ( Arabic : السورية ), is the flag carrier airline of Syria. [2] It operates scheduled international services to several destinations in Asia, Europe and North Africa , though the number of flights operated has seriously declined si

#4 CitationAir

CitationAir by Cessna , founded in 2000 as CitationShares , was a subsidiary of Cessna Aircraft Company that provided private aviation services. It offered services in fractional jet ownership, jet card membership, corporate solutions and whole aircraft management. CitationAir was one of the four ma

#5 Sita Air

Sita Air is an airline based in Kathmandu , Nepal , operating domestic services within Nepal. [3] The airline was established in 2003.The airline's main base is Tribhuvan International Airport with hubs at Pokhara Airport and Nepalgunj Airport . [4] Sita Air IATA ICAO Callsign ST STA [lower-alpha 1]

#6 Birgenair

Birgenair was a Turkish charter airline company established in 1988 with headquarters in Istanbul , Turkey . [1] Defunct Turkish Airline This article needs additional citations for verification . ( July 2009 ) Birgenair IATA ICAO Callsign KT BHY BIRGENAIR Founded 1988 Ceased operations 1996 Hubs Ist

#7 Air Niugini

Air Niugini Limited is the national airline of Papua New Guinea , based in Air Niugini House on the property of Jacksons International Airport , Port Moresby . [2] It operates a domestic network from Port Moresby to 12 major airports while its subsidiary company, Link PNG, operates routes to minor a

#8 MacAir Airlines

MacAir Airlines Pty Ltd [1] was a regional airline based in Townsville , Queensland , Australia. It operated scheduled passenger services throughout Queensland from major regional locations, as well as regular and ad hoc charters for the minerals industry in Queensland. Its main operations base was

#9 List of Boeing 737 operators

The list of Boeing 737 operators and owners lists both former and current operators of the aircraft. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page . ( Learn how and when to remove these template messages ) This article needs attention from an exper

#10 Silver State Helicopters

Silver State Helicopters was a helicopter flight training, sight seeing tours and charter air operator. The company was founded in 1999 by Jerry Airola, flying Robinson R22 helicopters . [1] Silver State Helicopters expanded rapidly and reported revenues of US $40.7 million in 2005 and US$78.1 milli

#11 Skybus Airlines

Skybus Airlines Inc. was a privately held airline based in Columbus , Ohio , United States . [2] It operated as an ultra low-cost carrier modeled after the European airline Ryanair , and aimed to be the least expensive airline in the United States. The business model was heavily reliant on flying ro

#12 C.A.I. First

C.A.I. First S.p.A. was [2] an Italian airline operating flights for its parent company, Alitalia , to preserve slots at Linate Airport . For this reason Alitalia when merged with Air One didn't close C.A.I. First, which at that time still operated as Alitalia Express . It used to have bases at Leon

#13 Tunisair

Société Tunisienne de l'Air , or Tunisair ( Arabic : الخطوط التونسية ) is the national airline of Tunisia . [2] Formed in 1948, it operates scheduled international services to four continents. Its main base is Tunis–Carthage International Airport . The airline's head office is in Tunis , near Tunis

#14 LOT Polish Airlines

LOT Polish Airlines , legally incorporated as Polskie Linie Lotnicze LOT S.A. ( Polish pronunciation:   [lɔt] , flight ), is the flag carrier of Poland . [6] Established in 1928, LOT was a founding member of IATA and remains one of the world's oldest airlines in operation. [2] With a fleet of 75 air

#15 Invicta International Airlines

Invicta International Airlines Ltd was a charter airline based at Manston Airport in the United Kingdom. It operated non-scheduled passenger and freight services between 1965 and 1982. UK charter airline Invicta International Airlines IATA ICAO Callsign IM "India Mike" or "Invicta" Founded 1964 Comm

#16 Texas International Airlines

Texas International Airlines Inc. was an American airline, known from 1940 until 1947 as Aviation Enterprises , [1] until 1969 as Trans-Texas Airways ( TTa ), and as Texas International Airlines until 1982, when it merged with Continental Airlines . It was headquartered near William P. Hobby Airport

#17 British European Airways

British European Airways ( BEA ), formally British European Airways Corporation , was a British airline which existed from 1946 until 1974. Defunct airline of the United Kingdom (1946—1974) For the later airline briefly known as British European, see Flybe (1979–2020) . For the current-day successor

#18 Airlink (helicopter shuttle service)

Airlink was the brand name of a helicopter shuttle service which ran between London's two main airports, Gatwick and Heathrow , between 1978 and 1986. Operated jointly by British Caledonian Airways and British Airways Helicopters using a Sikorsky S-61 owned by the British Airports Authority , the "c

#19 Tigerair Australia

Tiger Airways Australia Pty Ltd , operating as Tigerair Australia , was an Australian low-cost airline . Founded by Tiger Airways Holdings , it commenced services in the domestic airline market on 23 November 2007 as Tiger Airways Australia . It later became a subsidiary of Virgin Australia Holdings

#20 Mahan Air

Mahan Airlines , operating under the name Mahan Air ( Persian : هواپیمایی ماهان , romanized :   Havâpeymâyi-ye Mâhân ), is a privately owned Iranian airline based in Tehran , Iran. [4] [5] It operates scheduled domestic services and international flights to the Far East, Middle East, Central Asia an

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#1 Solar balloon

A solar balloon is a balloon that gains buoyancy when the air inside is heated by solar radiation , usually with the help of black or dark balloon material. The heated air inside the solar balloon expands and has lower density than the surrounding air. As such, a solar balloon is similar to a hot ai


SSSR-V6 OSOAVIAKhIM ( Russian : СССР-В6 Осоавиахим ) was a semi-rigid airship designed by Italian engineer and airship designer Umberto Nobile and constructed as a part of the Soviet airship program. The airship was named after the Soviet organisation OSOAVIAKhIM . V6 was the largest airship built i

#3 Mobile Rocket Base

The Mobile Rocket Base ( German : Mobile Raketenbasis ), abbreviated MORABA , is a department of the DLR Space Operations and Astronaut Training in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich. Since the 1960s, the MORABA has performed scientific high altitude research missions with unmanned rockets and balloons, a

#4 Project Genetrix

Project Genetrix , also known as WS-119L , was a United States Air Force program designed to launch General Mills manufactured surveillance balloons [1] [2] over Communist China , Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union to take aerial photographs and collect intelligence . The Genetrix balloons reached

#5 List of Forlanini airships

This is a complete list of Forlanini airships designed and built by the Italian pioneer Enrico Forlanini from 1900 to 1931 (posthumously). [1] These, like the German Groß-Basenach semi-rigid airships , were the first to have the gondola attached to the envelope, to reduce air resistance. [ citation

#6 List of airship accidents

The following is a partial list of airship accidents . This list is incomplete ; you can help by adding missing items . ( July 2013 ) This transport-related list is incomplete ; you can help by adding missing items . ( October 2021 ) This article needs additional citations for verification . ( July

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#1 513th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron

The 513th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was with the 86th Air Division , based at Phalsbourg-Bourscheid Air Base , France, where it was inactivated on 8 January 1961. 513th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron 513th Fighter Interceptor Squadron

#2 179th Fighter Squadron

The 179th Fighter Squadron (179 FS) is a unit of the Minnesota Air National Guard 148th Fighter Wing located at Duluth Air National Guard Base , Minnesota. The 179th is equipped with the General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon . 179th Fighter Squadron 179th FS F-16CM 91-0420 taking off from Nellis AF

#3 460th Fighter-Interceptor Training Squadron

The 460th Fighter-Interceptor Training Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was with Tactical Air Command 's 325th Fighter Weapons Wing at Tyndall Air Force Base , Florida, where it was inactivated on 15 October 1982. This article includes a list of general refer

#4 No. 60 Squadron RAAF

No. 60 Squadron was a Royal Australian Air Force fighter squadron of World War II . It was formed in January 1942 and disbanded three months later, without seeing combat. Royal Australian Air Force squadron No. 60 Squadron RAAF Wirraway aircraft near Wagga Wagga in July 1941. The aircraft closest to

#5 No. 23 Group RAF

No. 23 Group RAF was a group of the Royal Air Force , first established in 1918, and finally disbanded in 1975. Former Royal Air Force flying training group No. 23 Group RAF Active 1918 1926–1975 Country United Kingdom Branch Royal Air Force Role Flying training Part   of RAF Training Command , RAF

#6 No. 205 Group RAF

No. 205 (Heavy Bomber) Group was a long-range, heavy bomber group of the Royal Air Force (RAF) established on 23 October 1941 by boosting No. 257 Wing to Group status. [1]

#7 75th Fighter Squadron

The 75th Fighter Squadron (75 FS) is a United States Air Force unit. It is assigned to the 23d Fighter Group , Air Combat Command and stationed at Moody Air Force Base , Georgia . The squadron is equipped with the Fairchild Republic A-10C Thunderbolt II attack fighter. [1] This article needs additio

#8 20th Intelligence Squadron

The 20th Intelligence Squadron is a United States Air Force unit, assigned to the 363d Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group at Offutt Air Force Base , Nebraska. It has served at Offutt since June 1992, when it was activated as the 20th Air Intelligence Squadron . "20th Tactical Recon

#9 190th Fighter Squadron

The 190th Fighter Squadron is a unit of the Idaho Air National Guard 124th Fighter Wing located at Gowen Field Air National Guard Base , Boise, Idaho. The 190th is equipped with the A-10 Thunderbolt II . The 190th Fighter Squadron is known as the "Skull Bangers" 190th Fighter Squadron 190th FS A-10A

#10 58th Fighter Squadron

The 58th Fighter Squadron is part of the 33d Fighter Wing , a joint graduate flying and maintenance training wing for the F-35A, B, and C, organized under Air Education and Training Command 's 19th Air Force, at Eglin Air Force Base , Florida . Its mission is to train US Air Force operators and main

#11 434th Fighter Training Squadron

The 434th Flying Training Squadron is part of the 47th Flying Training Wing based at Laughlin Air Force Base , Texas. It operates Beechcraft T-6 Texan II aircraft conducting flight training. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( December 2012 ) 434th Flying Training Squadron 4

#12 23rd Fighter Group

The 23rd Fighter Group (23 FG) is a United States Air Force unit. It is assigned to the 23rd Wing and stationed at Moody Air Force Base , Georgia. For the "23rd Fighter Group" that existed from 1997 to 2006, see 23rd Wing . 23rd Fighter Group 23rd Fighter Group A-10C Thunderbolt II attached to the 3

#13 33rd Fighter Wing

The 33rd Fighter Wing , sometimes written 33d Fighter Wing , ( 33 FW ) is a United States Air Force unit assigned to Air Education and Training Command 's Nineteenth Air Force . It is stationed at Eglin Air Force Base , Florida where it is a tenant unit. United States Air Force unit This article nee

#14 94th Fighter Squadron

The 94th Fighter Squadron is a unit of the United States Air Force 1st Operations Group located at Joint Base Langley–Eustis , Virginia. The 94th is equipped with the F-22 Raptor . [1] Unit of the US Air Force Air Combat Command 94th Fighter Squadron SPAD XIII at the United States Air Force Museum s

#15 List of wings of the Royal Air Force

Wings within the Royal Air Force have both administrative and tactical applications. Over the years, the structure and role of wings has changed to meet the demands placed on the RAF. Many of the RAF's numbered wings were originally Royal Flying Corps (RFC) or Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) units. W

#16 No. 111 Squadron RAF

Number 111 (Fighter) Squadron , also known as No. CXI (F) Squadron and nicknamed Treble One , was a squadron of the Royal Air Force . It was formed in 1917 in the Middle East as No. 111 Squadron of the Royal Flying Corps during the reorganisation of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force after General Edm

#17 318th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron

The 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was with 25th Air Division based at McChord AFB , Washington. The squadron was inactivated on 7 December 1989. 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron F-15 Eagle of the 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadr

#18 325th Fighter Wing

The 325th Fighter Wing ( 325 FW ) is a wing of the United States Air Force based in Tyndall Air Force Base , Florida . This article needs additional citations for verification . ( December 2012 ) 325th Fighter Wing An F-22 Raptor and two F-15 Eagles from Tyndall Air Force Base refuel from a KC-135 S

#19 113th Wing

The 113th Wing , known as the "Capital Guardians", is a unit of the District of Columbia Air National Guard , stationed at Joint Base Andrews , Maryland. If activated to federal service, the fighter portion of the Wing is gained by the United States Air Force 's Air Combat Command , while the airlif

#20 115th Fighter Wing

The 115th Fighter Wing is a unit of the Wisconsin Air National Guard , which is stationed at Truax Field Air National Guard Base , Madison, Wisconsin. If activated to federal service, the Wing is gained by the United States Air Force Air Combat Command . 115th Fighter Wing F-16s from the 176th FS on

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#1 Aviation Partners

Aviation Partners Inc. ( API ) is a Seattle -based private corporation that specializes in performance-enhancing winglet systems. The corporation was founded in 1991 and is owned by The Washington Companies . Company in Seattle, Washington Hawker 800SP with API winglets

#2 Stanisław Rogalski

Stanisław Rogalski (25 May 1904 – 6 February 1976) was a Polish aircraft designer, born in Olomouc , best known as one of the founding trio of the inter-war period RWD airplane factory in Warsaw. [1] He obtained his degree at Warsaw University of Technology . [2] During World War II he became techni

#3 GlobalEye

GlobalEye is a multi-role airborne early warning & control (AEW&C) platform from Swedish defence and security company Saab . GlobalEye consists of a suite of sensors using Saab's Erieye ER (Extended Range) radar and mission system, installed in the Bombardier Global 6000/6500 long-range business jet

#4 List of unmanned aerial vehicle applications

Unmanned aerial vehicles are used across the world for civilian, commercial, as well as military applications. In fact, Drone Industry Insights (a commercial drone market consultancy in Germany) has identified "237 ways that drones revolutionize business" [1] and released a 151-page report consistin

#5 H2S (radar)

H2S was the first airborne , ground scanning radar system . It was developed for the Royal Air Force 's Bomber Command during World War II to identify targets on the ground for night and all-weather bombing. This allowed attacks outside the range of the various radio navigation aids like Gee or Oboe

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Designer / Designer

#1 Anastase Dragomir

Anastase Dragomir (1896–1966) was a distinguished Romanian inventor, most famous for his "catapultable cockpit" patent (with Tănase Dobrescu) as an early form of ejection seat , although preceded by Everard Calthrop 's 1916 compressed air ejection seat, and others. This article needs additional cita

#2 Maurice Brennan

Maurice Joseph Brennan BSC, MIMechE, FRAes (April 1913 – 18 January 1986) [1] was a British aerospace engineer. His career encompassed the design and development of flying boats before the Second World War to rocket powered fighters after. He had a significant role in Britain's first indigenous rock

#3 Edgar Mitchell

Edgar Dean Mitchell (September 17, 1930   – February 4, 2016) was a United States Navy officer and aviator , test pilot , aeronautical engineer , ufologist and NASA astronaut . As the Lunar Module Pilot of Apollo 14 in 1971 he spent nine hours working on the lunar surface in the Fra Mauro Highlands

#4 Princess Anne of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg

Princess Anne of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg ( German: Anne Prinzessin zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg ; née Lady Anne Savile ; 25 May 1864 – 31 August 1927) was an English socialite and aviation patron and enthusiast . [1] [2] [3] Anne was the second woman both to attempt [4] [5] [6] [7] and

#5 Dmitry Pavlovich Grigorovich

Dmitry Pavlovich Grigorovich ( Ukrainian : Дмитро Павлович Григорович , Russian : Дмитрий Павлович Григорович ) (born in Kyiv , Russian Empire , now Ukraine , 25 January (6 February) 1883, died 26 July 1938 in Moscow ) was a Ukrainian, Russian, and Soviet aircraft designer of a number of planes unde

#6 Robert H. Starr

Robert H. Starr (February 6, 1924 – June 15, 2009) [1] was the designer, builder and pilot of The World's Smallest Piloted Biplane Airplane, the Starr Bumble Bee II . [2]   The Guinness Book of Records awarded The Bumble Bee the official world record title in 1985 and with the flight of the Bumble B

#7 Louis Pailhas

Louis Pailhas (2 March 1926 – 6 February 2021) was a French public servant . From December 1967 to 1982, he was the director-general of the École nationale de l'aviation civile (French civil aviation university). French public servant (1926–2021) Louis Pailhas Born 2 March 1926   ( 1926-03-02 ) (age

#8 Hermann Dorner

Hermann Dorner (May 23, 1882 – February 6, 1963) was a German pioneer of aviation . During the First World War he designed two-seat combat aircraft for Hannoversche Waggonfabrik , most notably the Hannover CL.II through Hannover CL.IV designs. German aviator This article needs additional citations f

#9 Luis Farell

Luis Farell Cubillas (September 27, 1902 – July 17, 1977) was a Mexican Air Force combat pilot during the Revolution of the 1920s. He fought against Adolfo de la Huerta , the Yaqui rebels, General Arnulfo R. Gomez, against the Cristeros and accomplished several bombing and strafing missions against

#10 List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1912

The Royal Aero Club issued Aviators Certificates from 1910. These were internationally recognised under the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale .

#11 Tadija Sondermajer

Tadija R. Sondermajer (Serbian Cyrillic: Тадија Сондермајер; 19 February 1892 – 10 October 1967) was a Serbian aviator, aeronautical engineer and a pioneer of Yugoslav aviation. Serbian and Yugoslav fighter pilot Tadija Sondermajer Тадија Сондермајер Sondermajer c. 1923 Born ( 1892-02-19 ) 19 Februa

#12 Luca Parmitano

Colonel Luca Parmitano (born 27 September 1976 in Paternò , Sicily ) is an Italian astronaut in the European Astronaut Corps for the European Space Agency (ESA). He was selected as an ESA astronaut in May 2009. Parmitano is also a Colonel and test pilot for the Italian Air Force . [2] Italian engine

#13 Glynn Lunney

Glynn Stephen Lunney (November 27, 1936 – March 19, 2021) was an American NASA engineer . An employee of NASA since its creation in 1958, Lunney was a flight director during the Gemini and Apollo programs, and was on duty during historic events such as the Apollo 11 lunar ascent and the pivotal hour

#14 Norman Schwarzkopf Jr.

Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. ( / ˈ ʃ w ɔːr t s k ɒ f / ; August 22, 1934   – December 27, 2012) was a United States Army general . While serving as the commander of United States Central Command , he led all coalition forces in the Gulf War . United States Army general (1934–2012) "Norman Schwarzk

#15 Gwynne Shotwell

Gwynne Shotwell ( née Rowley ; born November 23, 1963) is an American businesswoman and engineer. She is the president and chief operating officer of SpaceX , an American space transportation company, where she is responsible for day-to-day operations and company growth. [1] American business execut

#16 Arthur Samberg

Arthur Jay Samberg (February 6, 1941 – July 14, 2020) was an American businessman and philanthropist. He founded Pequot Capital Management and served as the chief executive officer, president and chairman of the company. Samberg's flagship Pequot fund, started in 1986, netted 17.8   percent over the

#17 Early Birds of Aviation

Organization devoted to the history of early pilots 39 aviators who died between 1908 and 1912 38 more aviators who died between 1908 and 1912 1936 signatures of Early Birds in recognition of the contribution of Earl Ovington to the First Regular Air Mail service, formally presented to his wife afte

#18 Janice E. Voss

Janice Elaine Voss (October 8, 1956 – February 6, 2012) was an American engineer and a NASA astronaut . Voss received her B.S. in engineering science from Purdue University , her M.S. in electrical engineering from MIT , and her PhD in aeronautics and astronautics from MIT . [1] She flew in space fi

#19 Henry C. Mustin (1874–1923)

Henry Croskey Mustin (6 February 1874 – 23 August 1923) was a pioneering naval aviator who undertook the task of establishing the first Naval Aeronautic Station (now Naval Air Station Pensacola ) on the site of the abandoned Navy Yard at Warrington , Florida in 1914. He was designated Navy Air Pilot

#20 Gustave Maurice Heckscher

Gustave Maurice Heckscher (May 15, 1884 – June 11, 1967), was a pioneer aviator with seaplanes . [1] [2] and later a real estate developer in California. Gustave Maurice Heckscher Born ( 1884-05-15 ) May 15, 1884 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , U.S. Died June 11, 1967 (1967-06-11) (aged   83) Palm Beac

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Engine / Engine

#1 General Electric/Rolls-Royce F136

The General Electric/Rolls-Royce F136 was an advanced turbofan engine being developed by General Electric and Rolls-Royce plc for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II . The two companies stopped work on the project in December 2011 after failing to gather Pentagon support for further development. N

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Event / Event

#1 Manx2 Flight 7100

Manx2 Flight 7100 was a scheduled commercial flight from Belfast , Northern Ireland, to Cork , Republic of Ireland. On 10 February 2011, the Fairchild Metro III aircraft flying the route with ten passengers and two crew on board crashed on its third attempt to land at Cork Airport in foggy condition

#2 Aeroflot accidents and incidents in the 1980s

Following is a list of accidents and incidents experienced by Aeroflot during the 1980s. The deadliest accident the carrier experienced in this decade occurred in July   1985   ( 1985-07 ) , when Flight 7425 , a Tupolev Tu-154B-2 , stalled en route and crashed near Uchkuduk , then located in the Uzb

#3 List of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft (1955–1959)

This is a list of notable accidents and incidents involving military aircraft grouped by the year in which the accident or incident occurred. Not all of the aircraft were in operation at the time. Combat losses are not included except for a very few cases denoted by singular circumstances. This tran

#4 Aeroflot accidents and incidents in the 1970s

Aeroflot , the Soviet Union 's national carrier , experienced a number of serious accidents and incidents during the 1970s. The airline's worst accident during the decade took place in August   1979   ( 1979-08 ) , when two Tupolev Tu-134s were involved in a mid-air collision over the Ukrainian city

#5 List of Soviet aircraft losses during the Soviet–Afghan War

The following is a partial and unofficial list of helicopter and airplane crashes, accidents and shotdowns that occurred during the Soviet–Afghan War of 1979–89. In total, at least 333 helicopters and 118 Soviet jets were reported lost during the war. [1] This transport-related list is incomplete ;

#6 List of accidents and incidents involving the Ilyushin Il-18

Accidents and incidents involving the Ilyushin Il-18 Data from: Aviation Safety Network Il-18 [1]

#7 Accidents and incidents involving the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

This is a partial list of accidents and incidents involving the Boeing-designed B-17 Flying Fortress . Combat losses are not included except for a very few cases denoted by singular circumstances. A few documented drone attrition cases are also included. Main article: Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Air

#8 List of accidents and incidents involving the Douglas DC-4

The Douglas DC-4 is a piston-engine airliner and transport aircraft built by the Douglas Aircraft Company from 1942 to 1947. The type was originally designed as a commercial airliner, but until the end of World War II , all were built as military transports . After the war, many of these military ai

#9 List of accidents and incidents involving airliners by airline (A–C)

This list of accidents and incidents involving airliners by airline summarizes airline accidents and all kinds of minor incidents by airline company with flight number, location, date, aircraft type, and cause. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( June 2012 ) JetBlue Flight 2

#10 Aeroflot Flight U-45

Aeroflot Flight U-45 was a passenger flight operated by an Ilyushin Il-18 that crashed during the approach to Samarkand on Friday, 6 February 1970, resulting in the death of 92 of the 106 people on board. An investigation revealed the aircraft went below the minimum obstacle clearance altitude (MOCA

#11 1991 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1991: Aviation-related events from 1991 Years in aviation : 1988   1989   1990   1991   1992   1993   1994 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1960s   1970s   1980s   1990s   2000s   2010s   2020s Years : 1988   198

#12 List of air rage incidents

This is a list of air rage incidents in commercial air travel that have been covered in the media. Air rage occurs when air travelers or airline personnel act violently, abusively or disruptively towards others in the course of their travel. When these incidents have occurred in flight, they have of

#13 List of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft (1950–1954)

This is a list of notable accidents and incidents involving military aircraft grouped by the year in which the accident or incident occurred. Not all of the aircraft were in operation at the time. Combat losses are not included except for a very few cases denoted by singular circumstances. This tran

#14 American Airlines Flight 320

American Airlines Flight 320 was a scheduled flight between Chicago Midway International Airport and New York City 's LaGuardia Airport . On February 3, 1959, the Lockheed L-188 Electra performing the flight crashed into the East River during its descent, killing 65 of the 73 people on board. Poor w

#15 List of accidents and incidents involving the Antonov An-24

The Antonov An-24 has suffered 159 accidents with a total of 2,134 fatalities.

#16 Singapore Airshow

The Singapore Airshow is a biennial aerospace event held in Singapore , debuted in 2008. It hosts high-level government and military delegations, as well as senior corporate executives around the world, while serving as a global event for leading aerospace companies and budding players (including st

#17 Birgenair Flight 301

Birgenair Flight 301 was a flight chartered by Turkish-managed Birgenair partner Alas Nacionales from Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic to Frankfurt , Germany, via Gander , Canada, and Berlin , Germany. On 6 February 1996, the 757-200 operating the route crashed shortly after take-off from Puer

#18 1997 Israeli helicopter disaster

The 1997 Israeli helicopter disaster ( Hebrew : אסון המסוקים : Ason HaMasokim , lit. Disaster of the Helicopters ) occurred on February 4, 1997, when two Israeli Air Force transport helicopters ferrying Israeli soldiers into Israel's security zone in southern Lebanon collided in mid-air, killing all

#19 List of accidents and incidents involving the Douglas DC-6

The Douglas DC-6 is a piston-powered airliner and transport aircraft built by the Douglas Aircraft Company from 1946 to 1958. Originally intended as a military transport near the end of World War II , it was reworked after the war to compete with the Lockheed Constellation in the long-range commerci

#20 El Al Flight 1862

On 4 October 1992, El Al Flight 1862 , a Boeing 747 cargo aircraft of the then state-owned Israeli airline El Al , crashed into the Groeneveen and Klein-Kruitberg flats in the Bijlmermeer (colloquially "Bijlmer") neighbourhood (part of Amsterdam-Zuidoost ) of Amsterdam , the Netherlands. The crash i

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Glider / Glider

#1 Castel-Mauboussin CM.7

The Castel-Mauboussin CM.7 was a high performance sailplane built in France in 1948 and used to establish a large number of altitude and duration records into the early 1950s. Conceived of by designer Robert Castello at his home in 1942, it was not until after the war that he had the opportunity to

#2 Peterson J-4 Javelin

The Peterson J-4 Javelin is an American , single seat, mid-wing glider that was designed by Max A. Peterson in the late 1960s and produced by the Peterson Sailplane Corporation in small numbers. The glider was type certified and put into production in 1973. [1] [2] [3] American glider J-4 Javelin Ro

#3 ASSET (spacecraft)

ASSET , or Aerothermodynamic Elastic Structural Systems Environmental Tests was an experimental US space project involving the testing of an uncrewed sub-scale reentry vehicle . ASSET ( Aerothermodynamic Elastic Structural Systems Environmental Tests ) Preserved ASSET vehicle at USAF Museum, Dayton,

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Helicopter / Helicopter

#1 Enstrom TH180

The Enstrom TH180 is a single piston-engined two-place training helicopter manufactured by Enstrom in the United States . American two-place helicopter TH180 Role Helicopter Type of aircraft Manufacturer Enstrom Helicopter Corporation First flight 6 February 2015 [1] Status Cancelled Developed from

#2 Eurocopter EC130

The Eurocopter EC130 (now Airbus Helicopters H130 ) is a single engine light utility helicopter developed from the earlier Eurocopter AS350 Écureuil , one of the primary changes from which was the adoption of a Fenestron anti-torque device in place of a conventional tail rotor. It was launched and p

#3 Kamov Ka-50

The Kamov Ka-50 "Black Shark" ( Russian : Чёрная акула , romanized :   Chyornaya akula , English: kitefin shark , NATO reporting name : Hokum A ) is a Soviet/Russian single-seat attack helicopter with the distinctive coaxial rotor system of the Kamov design bureau. It was designed in the 1980s and a

#4 Eurocopter AS350 Écureuil

The Eurocopter AS350 Écureuil (or Squirrel ), now Airbus Helicopters H125 , is a single-engine light utility helicopter originally designed and manufactured in France by Aérospatiale and Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopters). In North America, the AS350 is marketed as the AStar . The AS355 Ecureuil 2

#5 Hafner A.R.III Gyroplane

The Hafner A.R.III Gyroplane was a British 1930s experimental autogyro designed by Austrian Raoul Hafner , and built by the A.R.III Construction Company at Denham, Buckinghamshire . [1] [2] A.R.III Gyroplane Hafner AR.III at Heston, 1935 Role Experimental autogyro Type of aircraft National origin Un

#6 Sikorsky S-61

The Sikorsky S-61L and S-61N are civil variants of the SH-3 Sea King military helicopter . It was developed and produced by the American helicopter manufacturer Sikorsky Aircraft . Series of civil transport helicopters This article is about the civil versions of the Sikorsky S-61 models. For the mil

#7 Armed helicopter

An armed helicopter is a military helicopter equipped with aircraft ordnance . [1] Most commonly, it is used for attacking targets on the ground. Such a helicopter could be either purposely designed for a ground-attack mission —in which case it would be more specifically categorized as an attack hel

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Manufacturer / Manufacturer

#1 Satair

Satair is an aircraft component and service company based in Copenhagen , Denmark . Founded in 1957, Satair services range from parts supply and distribution to tailor-made services. [1] The company became a wholly owned subsidiary of Airbus in 2011. This article contains content that is written lik

#2 Aerojet

Aerojet was an American rocket and missile propulsion manufacturer based primarily in Rancho Cordova, California , with divisions in Redmond, Washington , Orange and Gainesville in Virginia, and Camden, Arkansas . Aerojet was owned by GenCorp . In 2013, Aerojet was merged by GenCorp with the former

#3 Avia

Avia Motors s.r.o. is a Czech automotive manufacturer. It was founded in 1919 as an aircraft maker, and diversified into trucks after 1945. As an aircraft maker it was notable for producing biplane fighter aircraft , especially the B-534 . Avia ceased aircraft production in 1963. Czech vehicle manuf

#4 Pfalz Flugzeugwerke

Pfalz Flugzeugwerke was a World War I German aircraft manufacturer, located at the Speyer airfield in the Palatinate (German: Pfalz). They are best known for their series of fighters, notably the Pfalz D.III and Pfalz D.XII . The company went bankrupt after the Armistice, when the French occupation

#5 Plessey

The Plessey Company plc was a British electronics, defence and telecommunications company. It originated in 1917, growing and diversifying into electronics. It expanded after World War II by acquisition of companies and formed overseas companies. British electronics, defence and telecommunications c

#6 Tashkent Mechanical Plant

Tashkent Mechanical Plant ( TMZ ) ( Uzbek : Toshkent Mexanika Zavodi ), formerly Tashkent Aviation Production Association named after V. P. Chkalov ( TAPO or TAPOiCh ) ( Uzbek : V.P.Chkalov nomli Toshkent aviatsiya ishlab chiqarish birlashmasi ) is a leading high-technology company of Uzbekistan , w

#7 De Havilland

The de Havilland Aircraft Company Limited ( / d ə ˈ h æ v ɪ l ən d / ) was a British aviation manufacturer established in late 1920 by Geoffrey de Havilland at Stag Lane Aerodrome Edgware on the outskirts of north London. Operations were later moved to Hatfield in Hertfordshire. 1920–1963 aircraft m

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Weapon / Weapon

#1 Rheintochter

Rheintochter was a German surface-to-air missile developed by Rheinmetall-Borsig [1] during World War II . Its name comes from the mythical Rheintöchter ( Rhinemaidens ) of Richard Wagner 's opera series Der Ring des Nibelungen . This article includes a list of general references , but it lacks suff

#2 BrahMos

The BrahMos (also designated as PJ-10 ) [15] is a medium-range stealth [10] ramjet supersonic cruise missile that can be launched from submarine, ships, aircraft or land, notably being the fastest supersonic cruise missile in the world. [16] It is a joint-venture between the Indian Defence Research

#3 Henschel Hs 117

The Henschel Hs 117 Schmetterling (German for Butterfly ) was a radio-guided German surface-to-air missile project developed during World War II . There was also an air-to-air version, the Hs 117H. [2] Surface-to-air (SAM) / Air-to-air (AAM) missile Hs 117 Schmetterling A Schmetterling missile on di

#4 Sentinel program

Sentinel was a proposed US Army anti-ballistic missile (ABM) system designed to provide a light layer of protection over the entire United States, able to defend against small ICBM strikes like those expected from China, or accidental launches from the USSR or other states. The system would have sev

#5 Bomb

A bomb is an explosive weapon that uses the exothermic reaction of an explosive material to provide an extremely sudden and violent release of energy . Detonations inflict damage principally through ground- and atmosphere-transmitted mechanical stress , the impact and penetration of pressure-driven

#6 Misagh-3

The Misagh-3 ( Persian : موشک دوش‌پرتاب میثاق-۳ ) is an Iranian shoulder-fired missile, [1] [2] which was unveiled in 2017. Portable air-defense system Misagh-3 The Misagh-3 mock-up MANPAD and missile unveiled in 2017. Type MANPADS Place   of   origin Iran Service history In   service 2017-Present P

#7 Skink anti-aircraft tank

Tank AA, 20   mm Quad, Skink was a Canadian self-propelled anti-aircraft gun , developed in 1943–44, in response to a requirement from the First Canadian Army . Due to a lack of threat from the German Luftwaffe , the Skink was cancelled in 1944 after only 3 were built from Grizzly I cruisers . Canad

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