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Aerodrome / Aerodrome

#1 Dover Air Force Base

Dover Air Force Base or Dover AFB ( IATA : DOV , ICAO : KDOV , FAA LID : DOV ) is a United States Air Force base under the operational control of the Air Mobility Command (AMC), located 2 miles (3.2   km) southeast of the city of Dover, Delaware . 436th AW is the host wing and runs the busiest and l

#2 Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport ( IATA : BHX , ICAO : EGBB ) , formerly Birmingham International Airport , [6] is an international airport located 7 nautical miles (13   km; 8.1   mi) east-southeast of Birmingham city centre, 9.5 nautical miles (17.6   km; 10.9   mi) west-northwest of Coventry slightly north of

#3 Itanagar Airport

Itanagar Airport ( IATA : HGI , ICAO : VEHO ), also known as Hollongi Airport and Donyi Polo Airport (officially), is an under-construction greenfield airport , which will serve Itanagar , the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh , India . It is being constructed at Hollongi, situated 14 kilometres sou

#4 RAF Newton

Royal Air Force station Newton or more simply RAF Newton ( ICAO : EGXN ) is a former Royal Air Force station located 7 miles (11   km) east of Nottingham , Nottinghamshire and 10.7 miles (17.2   km) south west of Newark-on-Trent , Nottinghamshire, England. It was used briefly as a bomber base for sq

#5 International Airport Irkutsk

Irkutsk International Airport ( Russian : Международный Аэропорт Иркутск ) ( IATA : IKT , ICAO : UIII ) is an international airport on the outskirts of Irkutsk , Russia , at a distance of 60 kilometers (37 miles) from Lake Baikal. International airport in Irkutsk, Russia This article needs to be upd

#6 Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport

Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport ( IATA : SAB , ICAO : TNCS ) is an airport on the Dutch Caribbean island of Saba . Its runway is widely acknowledged as the shortest commercial runway in the world, with length of 400 metres (1,312 ft). [1] [2] Airport on the Caribbean island of Saba Juancho E. Yrausquin

#7 Paine Field

Paine Field ( IATA : PAE , ICAO : KPAE , FAA LID : PAE ) , also known as Snohomish County Airport , is a commercial and general aviation airport serving the Seattle metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Washington . It is located in unincorporated Snohomish County, Washington , between the cities o

#8 Davis Station

The Davis Station , commonly called Davis , is one of three permanent bases and research outposts in Antarctica managed by the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD). Davis is situated on the coast of Cooperation Sea in Princess Elizabeth Land , Ingrid Christensen Coast in the Australian Antarctic Terr

#9 Nouvion Airfield

Nouvion Airfield was a pre-war airport and World War II military airfield in Algeria , located about 5   km west of Camp Militaire d' El Ghomri in Mascara province; about 76   km east of Oran . Nouvion Airfield Part of Twelfth Air Force Coordinates 35°40′35.21″N 000°10′53.43″E Type Military airfield

#10 Zhuhai Jinwan Airport

Zhuhai Jinwan Airport ( IATA : ZUH , ICAO : ZGSD ) , also called Zhuhai Sanzao Airport ( Chinese : 珠海三灶机场 ) before January 10, 2013, [2] is the airport serving the city of Zhuhai in Guangdong province, China. It is located some 50 kilometres (31   mi) (road distance) southwest of the Zhuhai city cen

#11 Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport [5] ( Hungarian : Budapest Liszt Ferenc Nemzetközi Repülőtér ) ( IATA : BUD , ICAO : LHBP ) , formerly known as Budapest Ferihegy International Airport and still commonly called just Ferihegy , is the international airport serving the Hungarian capital cit

#12 Đức Phong Camp

Đức Phong Camp (also known as Đức Phong Special Forces Camp ) is a former U.S. Army and Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) base east of Sông Bé in southern Vietnam . Đức Phong Camp Coordinates 11.8°N 107.23°E  / 11.8; 107.23  ( Đức Phong Camp ) Type Army Base Site history Built 1966 In   use 1

#13 Wrangell Airport

Wrangell Airport ( IATA : WRG , ICAO : PAWG , FAA LID : WRG ) is a state-owned public-use airport located one   nautical mile (2   km ) northeast of the central business district of Wrangell , a city and borough in the U.S. state of Alaska which has no road access to the outside world. [1] Scheduled

#14 Svalbard Airport

Svalbard Airport ( Norwegian : Svalbard lufthavn ; IATA : LYR , ICAO : ENSB ) is the main airport serving Svalbard in Norway . It is 5   km (3.1   mi) northwest of Longyearbyen on the west coast, and is the northernmost airport in the world with scheduled public flights. The first airport near Longy

#15 Saint-Dizier – Robinson Air Base

Saint-Dizier-Robinson Air Base ( French : Base aérienne 113 Saint-Dizier ) ( ICAO : LFSI ) is a front-line French Air and Space Force (Armée de l'air et de l'espace) fighter aircraft base located approximately 4   km (2 nautical miles ) west of Saint-Dizier , in the Haute-Marne department of the Cha

#16 Curaçao International Airport

Curaçao International Airport ( IATA : CUR , ICAO : TNCC ) , ( Dutch : Hato Internationale luchthaven ) also known as Hato International Airport (formerly Dr. Albert Plesman International Airport), is the only airport for the island of Curaçao . The airport is located on the north coast of Curaçao,

#17 Gustavus Airport

Gustavus Airport ( IATA : GST , ICAO : PAGS , FAA LID : GST ) is a state-owned public-use airport located in Gustavus , [1] a city in the Hoonah-Angoon Census Area of the U.S. state of Alaska . Scheduled airline service is subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Airport Gustavus Airport IAT

#18 Dale Mabry Army Airfield

Dale Mabry Army Airfield , was a World War II United States Army Air Force located at the Dale Mabry Field airport in Tallahassee, Florida . The military airfield closed in 1946 and the airport was returned to civil use. For the civil airport that served Tallahassee (1928-1961), see Dale Mabry Field

#19 Sunshine Coast Airport

Sunshine Coast Airport (formerly Maroochydore Airport ) ( IATA : MCY , ICAO : YBSU ) is an Australian international airport located at the northern end of the Sunshine Coast and approximately 90   km (56   mi) north of centre of Brisbane , within South East Queensland agglomeration . It is the princ

#20 Manchester–Boston Regional Airport

Manchester–Boston Regional Airport ( IATA : MHT , ICAO : KMHT , FAA LID : MHT ) , commonly referred to as Manchester Airport , is a public use airport 3 miles (5   km) south of the central business district of Manchester, New Hampshire , United States [1] on the border of Hillsborough and Rockingham

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Aeroplane / Aeroplane

#1 Boeing 747

The Boeing 747 is a large, long-range wide-body airliner designed and manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes in the United States. After introducing the 707 in October 1958, Pan Am wanted a jet 2 + 1 ⁄ 2 times its size, to reduce its seat cost by 30% to democratize air travel. In 1965, Joe Sutt

#2 Consolidated PB2Y Coronado

The PB2Y Coronado is a large flying boat patrol bomber designed by Consolidated Aircraft , and used by the US Navy during World War II in bombing, antisubmarine, and transport roles. Obsolete by the end of the war, Coronados were quickly taken out of service. Only one known example remains, at the N

#3 Boeing E-3 Sentry

The Boeing E-3 Sentry is an American airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft developed by Boeing . E-3s are commonly known as AWACS (Airborne Warning and Control System). Derived from the Boeing 707 airliner, it provides all-weather surveillance, command, control, and communications, and

#4 De Havilland Mosquito operational history

The de Havilland Mosquito was a British light bomber that served in many roles during and after the Second World War . Mosquito-equipped squadrons performed medium bomber , reconnaissance , tactical strike , anti-submarine warfare and shipping attack and night fighter duties, both defensive and offe

#5 Raab-Katzenstein RK-26

Raab-Katzenstein RK-26 Tigerschwalbe , also known as the Fieseler F 1 Tigerschwalbe , was a German twin-seat biplane trainer aircraft designed by Gerhard Fieseler by the end of the 1920s. RK-26 Tigerschwalbe Role Training aircraft Type of aircraft Manufacturer Raab-Katzenstein ASJA Designer Gerhard

#6 Aviatik D.III

The Aviatik D.III was a German prototype single-seater fighter plane from the First World War, designed by Aviatik. It became the basis for the Aviatik D.IV and Aviatik D.V. In November 1917, the plane was first flown, using a 195   hp Benz Bz IIIbo gearless engine. It was of similar design to the A

#7 Airbus A320neo family

The Airbus A320neo family is a development of the A320 family of narrow-body airliners produced by Airbus . The A320neo family ( neo for "new engine option") is based on the previous A319, A320 and A321 ( enhanced variant ), which was then renamed A320ceo, for "current engine option". Airliner famil

#8 Boeing 727

The Boeing 727 is an American narrow-body airliner that was developed and produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes . After the heavy 707 quad-jet was introduced in 1958, Boeing addressed the demand for shorter flight lengths from smaller airports. On December 5, 1960, the 727 was launched with 40 ord

#9 Airbus A321

The Airbus A321 is a member of the Airbus A320 family of short to medium range, narrow-body , commercial passenger twin engine jet airliners ; [lower-alpha 2] it carries 185 to 236 passengers. It has a stretched fuselage which was the first derivative of the baseline A320 and entered service in 1994

#10 Dassault nEUROn

The Dassault nEUROn is an experimental unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) being developed with international cooperation, led by the French company Dassault Aviation . Countries involved in this project include France , Greece , Italy , Spain , Sweden and Switzerland . The design goal is to creat

#11 Antonov An-26

The Antonov An-26 ( NATO reporting name : Curl ) is a twin-engined turboprop civilian and military transport aircraft , designed and produced in the Soviet Union from 1969 to 1986. [2] Soviet military transport aircraft An-26 An-26 of the Serbian Air Force Role Transport aircraft Type of aircraft Na

#12 Fighter-bomber

A fighter-bomber is a fighter aircraft that has been modified, or used primarily, as a light bomber or attack aircraft . It differs from bomber and attack aircraft primarily in its origins, as a fighter that has been adapted into other roles, [1] whereas bombers and attack aircraft are developed spe

#13 CASA C-212 Aviocar

The CASA C-212 Aviocar is a turboprop -powered STOL medium cargo aircraft designed and built by the Spanish aircraft manufacturer Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA (CASA). It is designed for use by both civil and military operators. Turboprop-powered STOL medium transport aircraft This article may be e

#14 Stout 1-AS Air Sedan

The Stout 1-AS Air Sedan was an all-metal monoplane that was an early example in the Ford Trimotor lineage. Stout 1-AS Air Sedan Role Commercial monoplane Type of aircraft National origin United States Manufacturer Stout Engineering Company Designer William Bushnell Stout , George H. Prudden First f

#15 De Havilland Mosquito

The de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito is a British twin-engined, shoulder-winged , multirole combat aircraft , introduced during the Second World War . Unusual in that its frame was constructed mostly of wood, it was nicknamed the "Wooden Wonder", [4] or "Mossie". [5] Lord Beaverbrook , Minister of Aircra

#16 PAC/CAC JF-17 Thunder

The PAC JF-17 Thunder ( Urdu : جے ایف-17 گرج ), or CAC FC-1 Xiaolong ( pinyin : Xiāo Lóng ; lit. 'Fierce Dragon' ), is a lightweight, single-engine, fourth-generation [3] [4] [5] multi-role combat aircraft developed jointly by the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) and the Chengdu Aircraft Corporat

#17 Skraba S.T.3

The Skraba S.T.3 was a two-seat Polish biplane built in 1928. It was the first all-metal aircraft designed in Poland; only one was completed. Skraba S.T.3 Role Two-seat sport and touring aircraft Type of aircraft National origin Poland Manufacturer C.W.L. ( Centralne Warsztaty Lotnicze - central avi

#18 Desoutter Mk.II

Desoutter is a British monoplane liaison aircraft manufactured by Desoutter Aircraft Company at Croydon Aerodrome , Surrey . Desoutter Desoutter Mk.I at the Shuttleworth Collection Role Liaison Type of aircraft Manufacturer Desoutter Aircraft Company / Koolhoven Designer Frederick Koolhoven First fl

#19 BAE Systems Hawk

The BAE Systems Hawk is a British single-engine, jet-powered advanced trainer aircraft. It was first flown at Dunsfold , Surrey, in 1974 as the Hawker Siddeley Hawk , and subsequently produced by its successor companies, British Aerospace and BAE Systems . It has been used in a training capacity and

#20 North American Sabreliner

The North American Sabreliner , later sold as the Rockwell Sabreliner , is an American mid-sized business jet developed by North American Aviation . It was offered to the United States Air Force (USAF) in response to its Utility Trainer Experimental (UTX) program. It was named "Sabreliner" due to th

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Aircraft carrier / Aircraft carrier

#1 List of aircraft carriers of the United States Navy

Aircraft carriers are warships that act as airbases for carrier-based aircraft . In the United States Navy , these consist of ships commissioned with hull classification symbols CV (aircraft carrier), CVA (attack aircraft carrier), CVB (large aircraft carrier), CVL (light aircraft carrier), CVN (air

#2 Saipan-class aircraft carrier

The Saipan -class aircraft carriers were a class of two light carriers Saipan   (CVL-48) and Wright   (CVL-49) built for the United States Navy during World War II . Like the nine Independence -class light carriers, they were based on cruiser hulls. However, they differed from the earlier light carr

#3 USS Wright (CVL-49)

USS Wright (CVL-49/AVT-7) was a Saipan -class light aircraft carrier of the U.S. Navy , later converted to the command ship CC-2 . It is the second ship named "Wright". The first Wright   (AV-1) was named for Orville Wright; the second honored both Wright brothers: Orville and Wilbur . [1] Saipan-cl

#4 USS Midway (CV-41)

USS Midway (CVB/CVA/CV-41) is an aircraft carrier , formerly of the United States Navy , the lead ship of her class . Commissioned 8 days after the end of World War II, Midway was the largest ship in the world until 1955, as well as the first U.S. aircraft carrier too big to transit the Panama Canal

#5 Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov

Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov ( Russian : Адмира́л фло́та Сове́тского Сою́за Кузнецо́в , romanized :   Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov or "Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Kuznetsov", originally the name of the fifth Kirov -class battlecruiser ) is an aircraft carrier (

#6 USS Bougainville (CVE-100)

USS Bougainville (CVE-100) was the forty-sixth of fifty Casablanca -class escort carrier built for the United States Navy during World War II . She was named after the Bougainville campaign , a prolonged action against Japanese forces entrenched in the island of Bougainville off Papua New Guinea . T

#7 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

#8 USS Solomons

USS Solomons (CVE-67) was the thirteenth of fifty Casablanca -class escort carriers built for the United States Navy during World War II . She was the first Navy vessel named after the Solomon Islands campaign , a lengthy operation that most famously included the Guadalcanal campaign , albeit she wa

#9 USS Hornet (CV-12)

USS Hornet (CV/CVA/CVS-12) is an Essex -class aircraft carrier built for the United States Navy (USN) during World War II . Completed in late 1943, the ship was assigned to the Fast Carrier Task Force (variously designated as Task Force 38 or 58) in the Pacific Ocean , the navy's primary offensive f

#10 USS Intrepid (CV-11)

USS Intrepid (CV/CVA/CVS-11) , also known as The Fighting "I" , is one of 24 Essex -class aircraft carriers built during World War II for the United States Navy . She is the fourth US Navy ship to bear the name. Commissioned in August 1943, Intrepid participated in several campaigns in the Pacific T

#11 SM U-12 (Germany)

SM U-12 was a German submarine, built in 1911 and sunk off Scotland in 1915. It was the first submarine to launch a plane at sea. U-12 was a Type U 9 U-boat built for the Imperial German Navy . Her construction was ordered on 15 July 1908 and her keel was laid down by Kaiserliche Werft in Danzig . S

#12 HMS Implacable (R86)

HMS Implacable was the name ship of her class of two aircraft carriers built for the Royal Navy during World War II . Upon completion in 1944, she was initially assigned to the Home Fleet and attacked targets in Norway for the rest of the year. She was subsequently assigned to the British Pacific Fl

#13 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

#14 USS America (CV-66)

USS America (CVA/CV-66) was one of three Kitty Hawk -class supercarriers built for the United States Navy in the 1960s. Commissioned in 1965, she spent most of her career in the Atlantic and Mediterranean, but did make three Pacific deployments serving in the Vietnam War . She also served in the Per

#15 1942 Design Light Fleet Carrier

The 1942 Design Light Fleet Carrier , commonly referred to as the British Light Fleet Carrier , was a light aircraft carrier design created by the Royal Navy during the Second World War , and used by eight naval forces between 1944 and 2001. They were designed and constructed by civilian shipyards t

#16 List of aircraft carrier operations during World War II

Naval historians such as Evan Mawdsley , Richard Overy , and Craig Symonds concluded that World War II's decisive victories on land could not have been won without decisive victories at sea. [1] [2] [3] Naval battles to keep shipping lanes open for combatant's movement of troops, guns, ammunition, t

#17 USS Bataan (CVL-29)

USS Bataan (CVL-29/AVT-4) , originally planned as USS Buffalo (CL-99) and also classified as CV-29 , was an 11,000 ton Independence -class light aircraft carrier which was commissioned in the United States Navy during World War II on 17 November 1943. Serving in the Pacific Theatre for the entire wa

#18 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

#19 USS Nimitz

USS Nimitz (CVN-68) is an aircraft carrier of the United States Navy , and the lead ship of her class . One of the largest warships in the world, she was laid down, launched, and commissioned as CVAN-68, "aircraft carrier, attack, nuclear powered ", but she was later redesignated as CVN-68, "aircraf

#20 USS Chenango (CVE-28)

The second USS Chenango (CVE-28) (originally designated as T3 Tanker oiler AO-31 , after re-designation as an escort carrier , was first ACV-28 ) was launched on 1 April 1939 as Esso New Orleans by the Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company , in Chester, Pennsylvania , sponsored by Mrs. Rathbone; acq

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Airline / Airline

#1 TAAG Angola Airlines

TAAG Angola Airlines E.P. ( Portuguese : TAAG Linhas Aéreas de Angola E.P. ) is a state-owned airline and flag carrier of Angola . [2] Based in Luanda , the airline operates domestic services within Angola, medium-haul services in Africa and long-haul services to Brazil , Cuba , and Portugal . [3] [

#2 Zambian Airways

Zambian Airways was the flag carrier of Zambia, based in Lusaka , Zambia . Former Zambian airline (1948–2009) Not to be confused with Zambia Airways . Zambian Airways IATA ICAO Callsign Q3 MBN ZAMBIANA Founded 1948 Ceased operations 2009 Hubs Lusaka International Airport Fleet size 5 Destinations 6

#3 ViaAir

Via Airlines was a US domestic regional airline offering scheduled service across the United States. The airline originally focused on scheduled Essential Air Service from Raleigh County Memorial Airport in Beckley, West Virginia , Parkersburg/Marietta in Parkersburg, West Virginia to Charlotte Doug

#4 V Australia

V Australia [1] was a long-haul international airline owned by Virgin Australia Holdings that commenced operating on 27 February 2009. [2] As part of a rebranding of all of Virgin Australia Holdings' subsidiaries, on 7 December 2011 it was subsumed into Virgin Australia . [3] International airline o

#5 British Island Airways

British Island Airways (BIA) was the legal successor to British United Island Airways (BUIA). [1] [2] It commenced operations under that name in mid-1970. [3] Ten years later it merged with Air Anglia , Air Wales and Air Westward to form Air UK , at the time the United Kingdom 's biggest regional ai

#6 MidAtlantic Airways

MidAtlantic Airways was a regional airline based at Pittsburgh International Airport in Findlay Township , Pennsylvania , USA . [2] [3] It was a subsidiary of US Airways and operated the Embraer 170 medium-jet aircraft as a US Airways Express carrier. It ceased operations on May 27, 2006. [4] This a

#7 Peruvian International Airways

Peruvian International Airways ( PIA ) was the first international airline from Peru and operated from 1947 to 1949. Peruvian airline For the Pakistani flag carrier also known as PIA, see Pakistan International Airlines . Not to be confused with Aerolíneas Peruanas or Peruvian Airlines . Peruvian In

#8 LAM Mozambique Airlines

LAM - Mozambique Airlines, S. A. ( LAM - Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique, S. A. ) or Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique, Ltd. , [2] operating as LAM Mozambique Airlines ( Portuguese : LAM Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique ), is the flag carrier of Mozambique . [3] The airline was established by the Portuguese coloni

#9 Chicago and Southern Air Lines

Chicago and Southern Air Lines ( C&S ) was a United States airline that started life as Pacific Seaboard Air Lines in California and was organized on June 15, 1933. Following the move from California, the airline's headquarters were initially located in St. Louis, Missouri and were then moved to Mem

#10 Estafeta Carga Aérea

Estafeta Carga Aérea S.A. de C.V. is a cargo airline based in Mexico City , Mexico . It operates domestic cargo charters in Mexico and the United States and has over 25 interline agreements providing connecting services to the rest of the Americas , Europe and Asia . Its main base is Ponciano Arriag

#11 Citrus (airline)

Citrus is a planned Russian low-cost airline owned by S7 Airlines , with its headquarters in Moscow. The announcement from S7 to create a regional low-cost carrier was made in 2021. The airline's first flight was planned for July 2022, [1] however all plans have been stopped for the foreseeable futu

#12 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

#13 Aircalin

Société Aircalin , also known as Air Calédonie International , is the flag carrier of the French collectivity of New Caledonia , with its headquarters in Nouméa . [2] It operates scheduled services from its main base at La Tontouta International Airport to destinations across Oceania and Asia , such

#14 Air France–KLM

Air France–KLM S.A. , also known as Air France–KLM Group , is a Franco-Dutch airline holding company incorporated under French law with its headquarters at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Tremblay-en-France , near Paris. The group has offices in Montreuil , Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris, and in Amstelveen ,

#15 CargoLogicAir

CargoLogicAir, Ltd. (CLA) is a British cargo airline with its headquarters at London Heathrow Airport . [2] After the Global Supply Systems ' contract with British Airways World Cargo was terminated in January 2014, CLA effectively became the only British all-cargo airline, absorbing some of the Glo

#16 Jazz (airline)

Jazz Aviation LP , commonly shortened to Jazz , is a Canadian regional airline based at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Enfield , Halifax Regional Municipality , Nova Scotia , [4] and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Chorus Aviation . Jazz Aviation provides regional and charter airline ser

#17 Porter Airlines

Porter Airlines (stylized in all lowercase as porter ) is a regional airline headquartered at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport on the Toronto Islands in Toronto , Ontario , Canada. [5] Owned by Porter Aviation Holdings, formerly known as REGCO Holdings Inc., Porter operates regularly scheduled flig

#18 British Eagle

British Eagle International Airlines was a major British independent [nb 1] airline that operated from 1948 until it went into liquidation in 1968. It operated scheduled and charter services on a domestic, international and transatlantic basis over the years. For the British Eagle cycle brand, see B

#19 Bouraq Airlines

Bouraq Indonesia Airlines , often shortened to Bouraq Airlines or just Bouraq , was an airline headquartered in Jakarta , Indonesia, which operated mostly domestic passenger flights out of its bases at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Airport . Indonesian airline

#20 Pacific Island Aviation

Pacific Island Aviation ( PIA ) was a commuter airline headquartered on the second floor of the Cabrera Center in Garapan , Saipan , Northern Mariana Islands . [3] It operated passenger and cargo services. Its main base was Saipan International Airport . [2] PIA's last flight was February 9, 2005. [

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Airship / Airship

#1 Astra Clément-Bayard

Astra Clément-Bayard was a French manufacturer of dirigibles . Clément-Bayard Airship No 4, the "Adjudant Vincenot" circa 1910. Caption from Popular Mechanics magazine 1910 In 1908 the French industrialist Adolphe Clément-Bayard , who had already made a fortune manufacturing cars, motorcycles and bi

#2 List of Zeppelins

This is a complete list of Zeppelins constructed by the German Zeppelin companies from 1900 until 1938. Other rigid airships that are also sometimes referred to as zeppelins but not built by Zeppelin are not included. For other uses of "Zeppelin", see Zeppelin (disambiguation) . This article needs a

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Air Forces / Air Forces

#1 Jagdgeschwader 26

Jagdgeschwader 26 (JG   26) Schlageter was a German fighter - wing of World War II . It was named after Albert Leo Schlageter , a World War I veteran, Freikorps member, and posthumous Nazi martyr, arrested and executed by the French for sabotage in 1923. The wing fought predominantly against the Wes

#2 86th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron

The 86th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was with the 79th Fighter Group at Youngstown Air Force Base , Ohio, where it was inactivated on 1 March 1960. 86th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron Convair TF-102A Delta Dagger, AF Ser. No. 55-4052, o

#3 Jagdstaffel 56

Royal Prussian Jagdstaffel 56 , commonly abbreviated to Jasta 56 , was a "hunting group" (i.e., fighter squadron) of the Luftstreitkräfte , the air arm of the Imperial German Army during World War I . The squadron would score 63 aerial victories during the war. The unit's victories came at the expen

#4 80th Flying Training Wing

The 80th Flying Training Wing is a wing of the United States Air Force based out of Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls , Texas. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( November 2012 ) 80th Flying Training Wing T-6A Texan II (left) T-38C Talon (right) of 80th Flying Trainin

#5 List of Royal Flying Corps squadrons

A list of Royal Flying Corps squadrons with date and location of foundation. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( February 2016 ) The Royal Flying Corps (RFC) was the aviation arm of the British Army . Squadrons were the main form of flying unit from its foundation on 13 Apri

#6 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

#7 45th Fighter Squadron

The 45th Fighter Squadron is a United States Air Force Reserve unit. It is assigned to the Air Force Reserve Command 's (AFRC) 924th Fighter Group and stationed at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base , Arizona. The squadron currently flies the Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II . US Air Force Reserve u

#8 88th Fighter Training Squadron

The 88th Fighter Training Squadron is part of the 80th Flying Training Wing based at Sheppard Air Force Base , Texas. It operates Northrop T-38 Talon aircraft conducting flight training. 88th Fighter Training Squadron Squadron Northrop T-38 Talon Active 1942–1945; 1973-present Country   United State

#9 Jagdstaffel 43

Royal Prussian Jagdstaffel 43 , commonly abbreviated to Jasta 43 , was a "hunting group" (i.e., fighter squadron) of the Luftstreitkräfte , the air arm of the Imperial German Army during World War I . The unit would score over 35 aerial victories during the war, including two observation balloons do

#10 355th Wing

The 355th Wing ( 355 WG ) is a United States Air Force unit assigned to the Air Combat Command 's Fifteenth Air Force . It is stationed at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson , Arizona , where it operates the A-10 Thunderbolt II . The wing's mission is to provide close air support (CAS), air inte

#11 318th Fighter Group

The 318th Fighter Group was a World War II United States Army Air Forces combat organization. [1] It served primarily in the Pacific Ocean theater of World War II . 318th Fighter Group 318th Fighter Group Insignia Active 1942–1946 Country United States Branch United States Army Air Forces Role Fight

#12 194th Fighter Squadron

The 194th Fighter Squadron (194 FS) is a unit of the California Air National Guard 's 144th Fighter Wing (144 FW) at Fresno Air National Guard Base , California. The 194th is equipped with the F-15 Eagle and like its parent wing, the 144th Griffins, is operationally-gained within the active U.S. Air

#13 119th Fighter Squadron

The 119th Fighter Squadron is a unit of the New Jersey Air National Guard 177th Fighter Wing located at Atlantic City Air National Guard Base , New Jersey. The 119th is equipped with the F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft and is the oldest active flying fighter squadron in the Air National Guard. 119th F

#14 Escadrille 73

Escadrille 73 of the French Air Force originated at Corcieux on 23 May 1915 as Detachment N 49 during the World War I. Escadrille N 73 - SPA 73 Spad aircraft Country   France Branch   French Air Service Type Reconnaissance/Fighter Engagements World War I Military unit

#15 133rd Airlift Wing

The 133rd Airlift Wing ( 133 AW ) is a unit of the Minnesota Air National Guard , stationed at Minneapolis–Saint Paul Joint Air Reserve Station , Minnesota. If activated to federal service, the Wing is gained by the United States Air Force Air Mobility Command . 133rd Airlift Wing In the orange ligh

#16 No. 194 Squadron RAF

194 Squadron RAF , though formed as a training unit in Egypt and ended as a casualty evacuation unit in Malaya , was for most of its active service life a RAF transport squadron that flew in South East Asia . Defunct flying squadron of the Royal Air Force No. 194 Squadron RAF Active 9 Aug 1917 – 21

#17 553d Fighter-Bomber Squadron

The 553d Fighter-Bomber Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. It was last assigned to the 386th Fighter-Bomber Group at Bunker Hill Air Force Base , Indiana, where it was inactivated on 8 July 1957. 553d Fighter-Bomber Squadron F-86 Sabre as flown by the squadron Active 1942-1945; 19

#18 128th Air Refueling Wing

The 128th Air Refueling Wing (128 ARW) is a unit of the Wisconsin Air National Guard , stationed at General Mitchell Air National Guard Base , Milwaukee, Wisconsin. If activated to federal service in the United States Air Force , the wing is operationally gained by the Air Mobility Command (AMC). 12

#19 47th Fighter Squadron

The 47th Fighter Squadron is an Air Force Reserve Command unit based at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base , Arizona, where it flies Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft and is assigned to the 442d Operations Group . 47th Fighter Squadron 47th Fighter Squadron A-10 Thunderbolt II at Hawgsmoke 2

#20 27th Intelligence Squadron

The 27th Intelligence Squadron is an active squadron of the United States Air Force , stationed at Langley Air Force Base , part of Joint Base Langley-Eustis , near Hampton, Virginia . It is assigned to the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing . 27th Intelligence Squadron 27 Inte

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Design / Design

#1 Krueger flap

Krueger flaps , or Krüger flaps , are lift enhancement devices that may be fitted to the leading edge of an aircraft wing . Unlike slats or droop flaps , the main wing upper surface and its nose is not changed. Instead, a portion of the lower wing is rotated out in front of the main wing leading edg

#2 Thrust reversal

Thrust reversal , also called reverse thrust , is the temporary diversion of an aircraft engine 's thrust for it to act against the forward travel of the aircraft, providing deceleration . Thrust reverser systems are featured on many jet aircraft to help slow down just after touch-down, reducing wea

#3 Autogyro

An autogyro (from Greek αὐτός and γύρος , "self-turning"), also known as a gyroplane , is a type of rotorcraft that uses an unpowered rotor in free autorotation to develop lift . Forward thrust is provided independently, by an engine-driven propeller . While similar to a helicopter rotor in appearan

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Designer / Designer

#1 Hiram Maxim

Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim (5 February 1840 – 24 November 1916) was an American - British inventor best known as the creator of the first automatic machine gun , the Maxim gun . [1] Maxim held patents on numerous mechanical devices such as hair-curling irons , a mousetrap , and steam pumps . Maxim laid

#2 Slonnie Sloniger

Eyer L. "Slonnie" Sloniger was the first chief pilot and holder of pilot seniority #1 at American Airlines . He later became chief pilot and director of flight operations at Matson Airlines. American aviation pioneer (1896–1969) Eyer L. Sloniger Sloniger during WWI Born ( 1896-07-28 ) July 28, 1896

#3 Marthe Richard

Marthe Richard , [3] née Betenfeld [1] (15 August 1889, in Blâmont [2] – 9 February 1982, [2] ) was a French politician and spy . [1] She worked towards the closing of brothels in France in 1946. [4] French politician, prostitute and spy Marthe Richard Marthe Richard in 1915 Born Marthe Betenfeld [1

#4 List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Aéro-Club de France in 1911

The Aéro-Club de France issued Aviators Certificates from 1909. [1] These were internationally recognised under the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale . French aviators' licences were issued from 1 January 1910, but by this time many aviation pioneers, e.g. Louis Blériot and the Wright brothers

#5 Émile Allegret

Émile Allegret (24 April 1907 [1] – 22 November 1990) was a French soldier and member of the French Resistance during World War II . Émile Allegret Born ( 1907-04-24 ) 24 April 1907 Dijon , France Died 22 November 1990 (1990-11-22) (aged   83) Vaux-sur-Mer , France Nationality French Education Aeron

#6 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

#7 Rex Pierson

Reginald Kirshaw "Rex" Pierson CBE (9 February 1891 – 10 January 1948) was an English aircraft designer and chief designer at Vickers Limited later Vickers-Armstrongs Aircraft Ltd. [1] He was responsible for the Vickers Vimy , a heavy bomber designed during World War 1 and the first aircraft to cros

#8 Yuri Shargin

Yuri Georgiyevich Shargin ( Russian : Юрий Георгиевич Шаргин ) is a retired cosmonaut of the Russian Space Forces . Russian cosmonaut This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification . ( March 2010 ) Yuri Georgiyevich Shargin Born ( 1960-03-20 ) March 20, 1960 (age   62)

#9 Orville A. Wheelon

Orville Albert Wheelon (June 12, 1906 – February 9, 1966) was an aeronautical engineer who invented the Verson -Wheelon process for aircraft sheet-metal forming [1] and who was one of the first to use titanium in modern aircraft construction. [2] The latter work earned him the Wright Brothers Medal

#10 Alan H. Epstein

Alan H. Epstein (born February 9, 1949) is a distinguished aeronautical engineer. He received his S.B. , S.M. and Ph.D. degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1971, 1972 and 1975 respectively. At M.I.T. he was the R.C. Maclaurin Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics and the Direct

#11 Sergey Ilyushin

Sergey Vladimirovich Ilyushin ( Russian : Серге́й Владимирович Илью́шин ; 30 March   [ O.S. 18 March ]   1894 – 9 February 1977) was a Soviet aircraft designer who founded the Ilyushin aircraft design bureau. He designed the Il-2 Shturmovik , which made its maiden flight in 1939. It is the most prod

#12 List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Aéro-Club de France in 1910

The Aéro-Club de France issued Aviators Certificates from 1909. These were internationally recognised under the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale .

#13 Donald Beatty

Donald Croom Beatty (April 11, 1900 – July 12, 1980) was an American aviator, explorer, and inventor. American aviator, explorer, and inventor For the American judge, see Donald W. Beatty . Beatty was the son of Isaac Beatty, Jr and Hughie Duffee Beatty of Birmingham, Alabama (United States). He beg

#14 Werner Krüger

Werner Krüger (November 23, 1910 – October 21, 2003) was a German engineer who invented the Krueger flap in 1943. He evaluated Krueger (Krüger) flaps in the wind tunnels of Göttingen Aerodynamische Versuchsanstalt, AVA in 1944. Krueger flaps are aircraft lift enhancement devices fitted under the lea

#15 Stuart Roosa

Stuart Allen Roosa (August 16, 1933 – December 12, 1994) was an American aeronautical engineer , smokejumper , United States Air Force pilot , test pilot , and NASA astronaut , who was the Command Module Pilot for the Apollo 14 mission. The mission lasted from January 31 to February 9, 1971, and was

#16 Charles Kingsford Smith

Sir Charles Edward Kingsford Smith MC , AFC (9 February 1897   – 8 November 1935), nicknamed Smithy , was an Australian aviation pioneer. He piloted the first transpacific flight and the first flight between Australia and New Zealand. Australian aviator (1897–1935) This British surname is barrelled

#17 Rostislav Alexeyev

Rostislav Evgenievich Alexeyev ( Russian : Ростисла́в Евге́ньевич Алексе́ев ; December 18, 1916 – February 9, 1980) was a Russian Soviet Director & Chief of Design known for his pioneering work on hydrofoil ships and ground effect vehicles . Alexeyev was an accomplished designer of hydrofoil ships,

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Engine / Engine

#1 Rolls-Royce Trent 500

The Rolls-Royce Trent 500 is a high-bypass turbofan produced by Rolls-Royce to power the larger A340-500/600 variants. It was selected in June 1997, first ran in May 1999, first flew in June 2000, and achieved certification on 15 December 2000. It entered service in July 2002 and 524 engines were de

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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 1969 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1969: Years in aviation : 1966   1967   1968   1969   1970   1971   1972 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1930s   1940s   1950s   1960s   1970s   1980s   1990s Years : 1966   1967   1968   1969   1970   1971   19

#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 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

#6 Cubana de Aviación accidents and incidents

Cubana de Aviación , the national carrier of Cuba , [1] has been involved in 51 incidents and accidents between 1934 and 2018, 27 of which had 1 fatality or more, with 708 fatalities. Included are ground and collision fatalities and hijackings.

#7 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

#8 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

#9 1974 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1974: Years in aviation : 1971   1972   1973   1974   1975   1976   1977 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1940s   1950s   1960s   1970s   1980s   1990s   2000s Years : 1971   1972   1973   1974   1975   1976   19

#10 Federal Airport Act of 1946

Federal Airport Act of 1946 is United States statute establishing a federal program for the development of civil aviation airports within the continental United States . The Act of Congress authorized federal grants to progressively evolve civil aviation bases. The public law mandates a national air

#11 British Airways Flight 38

British Airways Flight 38 was a scheduled international passenger flight from Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing , China, to London Heathrow Airport in London , United Kingdom, an 8,100-kilometre (4,400   nmi; 5,000   mi) trip. On 17 January 2008, the Boeing 777-200ER aircraft operatin

#12 List of mid-air collisions and incidents in the United Kingdom

A number of mid-air collisions and incidents have taken place in the United Kingdom. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( July 2013 )

#13 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

#14 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.

#15 2003 in aviation

This is a list of aviation-related events from 2003: Years in aviation : 2000   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006 Centuries : 20th century   ·   21st century   ·   22nd century Decades : 1970s   1980s   1990s   2000s   2010s   2020s   2030s Years : 2000   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   200

#16 List of Pan Am accidents and incidents

This is a list of accidents and incidents involving American airline Pan Am . The airline suffered a total of 95 incidents.

#17 2020 Calabasas helicopter crash

On January 26, 2020, a Sikorsky S-76B helicopter crashed in the city of Calabasas, California , around 30   mi (48   km) northwest of Downtown Los Angeles , while en route from John Wayne Airport to Camarillo Airport . [1] All nine people on board were killed: retired professional basketball player

#18 Lester Apartments

The Lester Apartments was a building in the west side of Beacon Hill , Seattle , Washington , United States. It was constructed in 1910–1911, originally intended to be the world's largest brothel . After scandal (and women's suffrage [2] ) forced Seattle mayor Hiram Gill from office, the building wa

#19 2021 in aviation

Many aviation-related events took place in 2021 . The aviation industry was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic . Aviation-related events during the year 2021 Years in aviation : 2018   2019   2020   2021   2022   2023   2024 Centuries : 20th century   ·   21st century   ·   22nd century Decades : 199

#20 Aeroflot accidents and incidents in the 1990s

After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in December   1991   ( 1991-12 ) , its former republics started establishing their own carriers from the corresponding directorates Aeroflot had at these countries, causing the airline to shrink drastically. [1] [2] [3] The fleet reduced from several thousan

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Helicopter / Helicopter

#1 Focke-Wulf Fw 61

The Focke-Wulf Fw 61 is often considered the first practical, functional helicopter , first flown in 1936. [1] It was also known as the Fa 61 , as Focke began a new company— Focke-Achgelis —in 1937. [ citation needed ] First practical, functional helicopter, first flown in 1936 This article needs ad

#2 Bell 407

The Bell 407 is a four-blade, single-engine, civil utility helicopter. A derivative of the Bell 206L-4 LongRanger , the 407 uses the four-blade, soft-in-plane design rotor with composite hub developed for the United States Army 's OH-58D Kiowa Warrior instead of the two-blade, semi-rigid, teetering

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Manufacturer / Manufacturer

#1 Clément-Bayard

Clément-Bayard , Bayard-Clément , [1] was a French manufacturer of automobiles, aeroplanes and airships founded in 1903 by entrepreneur Gustave Adolphe Clément . [2] [3] Clément obtained consent from the Conseil d'Etat to change his name to that of his business in 1909. The extra name celebrated the

#2 JA Prestwich Industries

JA Prestwich Industries , was a British engineering equipment manufacturing company named after founder John Alfred Prestwich , which was formed in 1951 by the amalgamation of J.A.Prestwich and Company Limited and Pencils Ltd. English company JA Prestwich Industries Limited Industry Engineering and

#3 Gnome et Rhône

Gnome et Rhône was a major French aircraft engine manufacturer. Between 1914 and 1918 they produced 25,000 of their 9-cylinder Delta and Le Rhône 110   hp (81   kW) rotary designs, while another 75,000 were produced by various licensees. These engines powered the majority of aircraft in the first ha

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Museum / Museum

#1 Museum of Flight

The Museum of Flight is a private non-profit air and space museum in the Seattle metropolitan area . It is located at the southern end of King County International Airport (Boeing Field) in the city of Tukwila , immediately south of Seattle . [5] It was established in 1965 and is fully accredited by

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Weapon / Weapon

#1 List of Syrian civil war barrel bomb attacks

A barrel bomb is a type of improvised explosive device used extensively by the Syrian Air Force during the Syrian civil war . They are typically made from a barrel that has been filled with High Explosives , along with shrapnel and/or oil . In Syria they are typically dropped from a helicopter . [1]

#2 ShVAK cannon

The ShVAK ( Russian : ШВАК: Шпитальный-Владимиров Авиационный Крупнокалиберный, Shpitalnyi-Vladimirov Aviatsionnyi Krupnokalibernyi , "Shpitalny-Vladimirov large-calibre for aircraft") was a 20 mm autocannon used by the Soviet Union during World War II . It was designed by Boris Shpitalniy and Semyo

#3 Stabilized Automatic Bomb Sight

The Stabilized Automatic Bomb Sight , or SABS , was a Royal Air Force bombsight used in small numbers during World War II . The system worked along similar tachometric principles as the more famous Norden bombsight , but was somewhat simpler, lacking the Norden's autopilot feature. Royal Air Force b

#4 358 missile

The "358" missile is a loitering, surface to air missile, allegedly developed by Iran . The majority of "358" missiles were captured in seizures of illegal arms shipments to the Houthi forces as part of the UNSC arms embargo (UNSC Security Resolution 2216) imposed on Yemen since 2015. [1] The "358"

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