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Aerodrome / Aerodrome

#1 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

#2 Selfridge Air National Guard Base

Selfridge Air National Guard Base or Selfridge ANGB ( IATA : MTC , ICAO : KMTC , FAA LID : MTC ) is an Air National Guard installation located in Harrison Township, Michigan , near Mount Clemens . Selfridge Field was one of thirty-two Air Service training camps established after the United States en

#3 George M. Bryan Airport

George M. Bryan Airport [1] [2] ( ICAO : KSTF , FAA LID : STF ) is a public use airport in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi , United States. [1] It is owned by the City of Starkville and located three   nautical miles (6   km) southwest of its central business district. [1] This airport is included in

#4 Sansapor Airfield

Sansapor Airfield (also known as Mar Airfield ) is a former World War II airfield located in the village of Werur , in Tambrauw Regency , West Papua , Indonesia . The airfield was abandoned after the war and today is almost totally returned to its natural state. Sansapor Airfield Part of Fifth Air F

#5 List of people who have lived in airports

This is a list of people notable for living for periods of more than a week in airports . The reasons are usually protesting, asylum seeking or having holiday difficulties, or having difficulty with visas and passports. Mehran Karimi Nasseri's residency site in Terminal 1 of Charles de Gaulle Airpor

#6 Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport ( Scottish Gaelic : Port-adhair Inbhir Nis ) ( IATA : INV , ICAO : EGPE ) is an international airport situated at Dalcross , 7   NM (13   km; 8.1   mi) north-east of the city of Inverness , Scotland. It is owned by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL). The airport is the m

#7 Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport ( Irish : Aerfort Bhaile Átha Cliath ) ( IATA : DUB , ICAO : EIDW ) is an international airport serving Dublin , Ireland. It is operated by DAA (formerly Dublin Airport Authority). [5] The airport is located in Collinstown , 7   km (4.3   mi) north [2] of Dublin, and 3   km (1.9   mi)

#8 Ankara Esenboğa Airport

Ankara Esenboğa Airport ( IATA : ESB , ICAO : LTAC ) ( Turkish : Ankara Esenboğa Havalimanı ) is the international airport of Ankara , the capital city of Turkey . It has been operating since 1955. [ citation needed ] In 2017, the airport has served more than 15 million passengers in total, 13 milli

#9 Oslo Airport, Gardermoen

Oslo Airport ( Norwegian : Oslo lufthavn ; IATA : OSL , ICAO : ENGM ), alternatively referred to as Oslo Gardermoen Airport or simply Gardermoen , is the international airport serving Oslo , Norway , the capital and most populous city in the country. A hub for Flyr , Norse Atlantic Airways , Norwegi

#10 Ras Lanuf Airport

Ras Lanuf Oil Airport ( ICAO : HLNF ) is an airport in the Sirte District of Libya , located on the Mediterranean coast 227 kilometres (141   mi) south-southwest of Benghazi . Its primary use is the transportation of oilfield workers from production facilities in the area. Libyan airport on the Medi

#11 Quang Lang Air Base

Quang Lang Air Base is a former Vietnam People's Air Force (VPAF) (Không quân Nhân dân Việt Nam) military airfield located near the town of Duc Son, Nghệ An Province approximately 75   km (47   mi) northwest of Vinh . [1] Quang Lang Air Base Part of Vietnam People's Air Force Coordinates 18°58′27″N

#12 Supadio International Airport

Supadio International Airport ( Indonesian : Bandar Udara Internasional Supadio ) ( IATA : PNK , ICAO : WIOO ) , formerly known as Sei Durian Airport or Sungai Durian Airport , is an international airport located 17   km from Pontianak , West Kalimantan , Indonesia. The airport is managed by PT. Ang

#13 Zhoushan Putuoshan Airport

Zhoushan Putuoshan Airport ( IATA : HSN , ICAO : ZSZS ) is an airport situated on Zhujiajian Island in Zhoushan , Zhejiang , China. Construction originally started following an agreement signed January 19, 1994, in Zhoushan, between Zhoushan Civil Aviation Airport Construction and Zhejiang Province

#14 Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport ( IATA : DTW , ICAO : KDTW , FAA LID : DTW ) , usually called Detroit Metro Airport , Metro Airport , or simply DTW , is a major international airport in the United States covering 4,850 acres (1,960   ha) [2] [3] in Romulus, Michigan . It is the primary int

#15 United States Army Air Forces in the South Pacific Area

During World War II , the United States Army Air Forces engaged in combat against the Empire of Japan in the South Pacific Area . As defined by the War Department , this consisted of the Pacific Ocean areas which lay south of the Equator between longitude 159° East and 110° West. It included New Zea

#16 Lowell City Airport

Lowell City Airport ( FAA LID : 24C ) is a city-owned public-use airport located one mile (2 km) north of the central business district of Lowell , a city in Kent County , Michigan , United States . [1] Airport in Lowell, Michigan Lowell City Airport IATA : none ICAO : none FAA LID : 24C Summary Air

#17 Phnom Penh International Airport

Phnom Penh International Airport ( Khmer : អាកាសយានដ្ឋានអន្តរជាតិភ្នំពេញ ; French : Aéroport international de Phnom Penh ) ( IATA : PNH , ICAO : VDPP ) is the busiest and largest airport in Cambodia , occupying a land area of 386.5 hectares. It is located in the Pou Senchey District , [2] 10 kilomet

#18 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

#19 Fairchild Air Force Base

Fairchild Air Force Base ( AFB ) ( IATA : SKA , ICAO : KSKA , FAA LID : SKA ) is a United States Air Force base , located in the northwest United States in eastern Washington , approximately twelve miles (20   km) southwest of Spokane . US Air Force base near Spokane, Washington, United States Fairc

#20 Clinton National Airport

Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport ( IATA : LIT , ICAO : KLIT , FAA LID : LIT ) , also known as Adams Field , is a joint civil-military airport on the east side of Little Rock, Arkansas . [3] [4] It is operated by the Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission. [5] Airport in Little Rock, Arkan

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Aeroplane / Aeroplane

#1 Macchi M.B.308

The Macchi MB.308 , later Aermacchi MB-308 , was a light aircraft produced in Italy in the late 1940s, one of the most prolific Italian-built types of the following decade. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( May 2018 ) MB.308 Aermacchi MB-308 in flight at the Historical Air

#2 Flywhale Aircraft Flywhale

The Flywhale FW650 was a two-seat amphibious sports aircraft designed and built in Germany by Uniplanes GmbH . It is now owned and built by Dornier Seawings under the name DS-2C . Flywhale Role Sports amphibian National origin Germany Manufacturer Uniplanes GmbH First flight 13 September 2013 Number

#3 Nardi FN.305

The Nardi FN.305 was an Italian fighter trainer and liaison monoplane developed by the Fratelli Nardi company. Nardi FN.305 Two-seat FN.305 Role Fighter trainer and liaison monoplane Type of aircraft Manufacturer Fratelli Nardi First flight 19 February 1935 [1] Retired 1948 [2] Primary   users Itali

#4 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,

#5 Rockwell-MBB X-31

The Rockwell-Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm X-31 was an experimental jet fighter designed to test fighter thrust vectoring technology. X-31 The X-31 aircraft returns from a test flight for VECTOR. Role Experimental aircraft Type of aircraft National origin United States / Germany Manufacturer Rockwell /

#6 Junkers J 1

The Junkers J 1 , nicknamed the Blechesel ("Tin Donkey" or "Sheet Metal Donkey"), was an experimental monoplane aircraft developed by Junkers & Co . It was the world's first all-metal aircraft. This article is about the 1915 monoplane. For the 1917 IdFlieg J-class armored-fuselage ground attack sesq

#7 Kawasaki Ki-100

The Kawasaki Ki-100 ( キ100 ) is a single-seat single-engine monoplane fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service during World War II . The Japanese Army designation was " Type 5 Fighter " ( 五式戦闘機 , Go-shiki sentouki , or abbreviated as Goshikisen ) . It was not assigned an Allie

#8 Grumman C-1 Trader

The Grumman C-1 Trader is a carrier onboard delivery (COD) variant of the Grumman S-2 Tracker . It was replaced by a similar version of the Northrop Grumman E-2 Hawkeye , the Grumman C-2 Greyhound . United States Navy carrier on-board delivery (COD) transport aircraft C-1 Trader A C-1A Trader from N

#9 Grumman F2F

The Grumman F2F was a single-engine, biplane fighter aircraft with retractable undercarriage , serving as the standard fighter for the United States Navy between 1936 and 1940. It was designed for both carrier- and land-based operations. US Navy biplane F2F An F2F-1 of fighter squadron VF-2B , aboar

#10 Boeing KC-97 Stratofreighter

The Boeing KC-97 Stratofreighter is a four-engined, piston-powered United States strategic tanker aircraft based on the Boeing C-97 Stratofreighter . It replaced the KB-29 and was succeeded by the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker . 1951–1978 American strategic tanker aircraft KC-97 Stratofreighter KC-97L

#11 Armstrong Whitworth Wolf

The Armstrong Whitworth Wolf was a British two-seat reconnaissance aircraft ordered by the Royal Air Force in 1923. Wolf Role Trainer Type of aircraft Manufacturer Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft First flight 19 January 1923 Introduction 1923 Retired 1931 Primary   users Royal Air Force Royal Aircraft

#12 De Havilland Puss Moth

The de Havilland DH.80A Puss Moth is a British three-seater high-wing monoplane aeroplane designed and built by the de Havilland Aircraft Company between 1929 and 1933. It flew at a speed approaching 124   mph (200   km/h), making it one of the highest-performance private aircraft of its era. Light

#13 Bell X-1

The Bell X-1 ( Bell Model 44 ) is a rocket engine–powered aircraft , designated originally as the XS-1 , and was a joint National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics – U.S. Army Air Forces – U.S. Air Force supersonic research project built by Bell Aircraft . Conceived during 1944 and designed and bui

#14 Rogožarski IK-3

The Rogožarski IK-3 was a 1930s Yugoslav monoplane single-seat fighter , designed by Ljubomir Ilić, Kosta Sivčev and Slobodan Zrnić as a successor to the Ikarus IK-2 fighter. Its armament consisted of a hub -firing 20   mm (0.79   in) autocannon and two fuselage -mounted synchronised machine guns .

#15 Ford Trimotor

The Ford Trimotor (also called the "Tri-Motor", and nicknamed the "Tin Goose" ) is an American three-engined transport aircraft . Production started in 1925 by the companies of Henry Ford and ended on June 7, 1933, after 199 had been made. [1] It was designed for the civil aviation market, but also

#16 Fiat G.212

The Fiat G.212 was an Italian three-engine airliner of the 1940s. An enlarged development of Fiat 's earlier G.12 transport, it was used in small numbers in commercial service and by the Italian Air Force . Italian three-engine passenger and transport aircraft, 1947 G.212 Role Airliner Type of aircr

#17 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

#18 Beechcraft King Air

The Beechcraft King Air is a line of American utility aircraft produced by Beechcraft . The King Air line comprises a number of twin- turboprop models that have been divided into two families. The Model 90 and 100 series developed in the 1960s are known as King Airs, while the later T-tail Model 200

#19 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

#20 Ilyushin Il-114

The Ilyushin Il-114 ( Russian Илью́шин Ил-114) is a Russian twin-engine turboprop airliner, designed for local routes. Intended to replace the Antonov An-24 , it first flew in 1990. A total of 20 Il-114s have been built. [4] Russian regional airliner "Il-114" redirects here. For the road, see Illino

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Aircraft carrier / Aircraft carrier

#1 Japanese aircraft carrier Chitose

Chitose ( 千歳 ) was a warship of the Imperial Japanese Navy that served from 1938 to 1944, seeing service as a seaplane carrier and later as a light aircraft carrier during World War II . In her initial guise as a seaplane carrier, she first saw service during the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1938, an

#2 USS Leyte (CV-32)

USS Leyte (CV/CVA/CVS-32, AVT-10) was one of 24 Essex -class aircraft carriers built during and shortly after World War II for the United States Navy . The ship was the third US Navy ship to bear the name. Leyte was commissioned in April 1946, too late to serve in World War II. She spent most of her

#3 HMS Battler (D18)

HMS Battler (D18) was an American-built escort carrier that served with the Royal Navy during the Second World War . Attacker-class escort carrier For other ships with the same name, see USS Altamaha and HMS Battler . HMS Battler (D18) History United States Name Mormacmail Altamaha Namesake Moore-Mc

#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 Barnes (CVE-20)

USS Barnes (AVG-20/ACV-20/CVE-20) was a Bogue -class escort carrier in the United States Navy . She was the second ship to carry the name. For other ships with the same name, see USS Barnes . USS Barnes transporting P-38s and P-47s, 1943 History United States Name USS Barnes Namesake Barnes Sound, F

#7 USS Mission Bay

USS Mission Bay (CVE-59) was a Casablanca -class escort carrier of the United States Navy . She was named after Mission Bay , located northwest of San Diego . Launched in May 1943, and commissioned in September, she served as a transport carrier, ferrying aircraft to bases in Europe, Africa, and Asi

#8 USS Forrestal

USS Forrestal (CV-59) (later CVA-59 , then AVT-59 ), was a supercarrier named after the first United States Secretary of Defense James Forrestal . Commissioned in 1955, she was the United States' first completed supercarrier, and was the lead ship of her class . The other carriers of her class were

#9 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

#10 USS Saginaw Bay

USS Saginaw Bay (CVE-82) was a Casablanca -class escort carrier of the United States Navy . It was named after Saginaw Bay, located within Kuiu Island . The bay was in turn named after USS   Saginaw , a U.S. Navy sloop-of-war that spent 1868 and 1869 charting and exploring the Alaskan coast. Launche

#11 USS Lunga Point

USS Lunga Point (CVE-94) , originally named Alazon Bay , was a Casablanca -class escort carrier of the United States Navy . It was named for Lunga Point on the northern coast of Guadalcanal , the site of a naval battle during World War II . The ship notably participated in support of the landings on

#12 Japanese aircraft carrier Un'yō

Un'yō ( 雲鷹 , Cloud Hawk ) was a Taiyō -class escort carrier originally built as Yawata Maru ( 八幡丸 ) , one of three Nitta Maru -class cargo liners built in Japan during the late 1930s. She was transferred to the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during the Pacific War , renamed, and was converted into an

#13 USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67)

USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) (formerly CVA-67 ), the only ship of her class, is an aircraft carrier , formerly of the United States Navy . Considered a supercarrier , [2] she is a variant of the Kitty Hawk -class , and the last conventionally powered carrier built for the Navy, [4] as all carriers si

#14 Italian aircraft carrier Cavour

Cavour ( Italian : portaerei Cavour ) is an Italian aircraft carrier launched in 2004. She is the flagship of the Italian Navy . Italian aircraft carrier Cavour History Italy Name Cavour [1] Namesake Camillo Benso, conte di Cavour Ordered 22 November 2000 Builder Fincantieri Cost € 1.39 billion (201

#15 USS Block Island (CVE-21)

USS Block Island (CVE-21/AVG-21/ACV-21) was a Bogue -class escort carrier for the United States Navy during World War II . She was the first of two escort carriers named after Block Island Sound off Rhode Island and was the only American carrier sunk in the Atlantic during the war. Aircraft carrier

#16 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

#17 USS Constellation (CV-64)

USS Constellation (CV-64) , a Kitty Hawk -class supercarrier , was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the "new constellation of stars" on the flag of the United States . One of the fastest ships in the Navy, as proven by her victory during a battlegroup race held in 198

#18 USS Princeton (CVL-23)

The fourth USS Princeton (CVL-23) was a United States Navy Independence -class light aircraft carrier active in the Pacific Ocean during World War II . She was launched in 1942 and lost at the Battle of Leyte Gulf in 1944. Independence-class light aircraft carrier of the US Navy For other ships with

#19 USS Chincoteague (AVP-24)

USS Chincoteague (AVP-24) was a United States Navy seaplane tender in commission from 1943 to 1946 that saw service in the Pacific during World War II . After the war, she was in commission in the United States Coast Guard as the cutter USCGC Chincoteague (WAVP-375) , later WHEC-375 , from 1949 to 1

#20 Unryū-class aircraft carrier

The Unryū -class aircraft carriers ( 雲龍型航空母艦 , Unryū-gata Kōkūbokan ) were World War II Japanese aircraft carriers . Sixteen ships of the class were planned under the Maru Kyū Programme (Ship #302 in 1941) and the Kai-Maru 5 Programme (#5001–5015 in 1942). However, only three of the Unryū -class car

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Airline / Airline

#1 South African Airways

South African Airways ( SAA ) is the flag carrier airline of South Africa . [4] Founded in 1934, the airline is headquartered in Airways Park at O. R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg and operated a hub-and-spoke network, serving ten destinations in Africa. [1] The carrier joined Star All

#2 Viva Air Perú

Viva Air Perú S.A.C. is a Peruvian low-cost carrier . [1] It was founded in 2016 and started its services on May 9, 2017. [2] Peruvian low-cost airline Viva Air Perú IATA ICAO Callsign VV VPE VIVA PERU Founded November 2016 Commenced operations May 9, 2017 Hubs Jorge Chávez International Airport Fle

#3 Air Stord

Air Stord A/S was an airline which operated between 1990 and 1999. Based at Stord Airport, Sørstokken , it operated a fleet of Beechcraft Super King Air and later Dornier 328 aircraft. Defunct Norwegian airline Air Stord IATA ICAO Callsign GO SOR Air Stord Founded January   1990   ( 1990-01 ) Ceased

#4 British United Airways

British United Airways ( BUA ) was a private, independent [nb 1] British airline formed as a result of the merger of Airwork Services and Hunting-Clan Air Transport in July 1960, making it the largest wholly private airline based in the United Kingdom at the time. British and Commonwealth Shipping (

#5 Hainan Airlines

Hainan Airlines Co., Ltd. ( HNA , Chinese : 海南航空公司 ; pinyin : Hǎinán Hángkōnggōngsī ; Hainanese : Hái-nâm Hang-khun-kông-si ) is an airline headquartered in Haikou , Hainan , People's Republic of China . The airline is rated as a 5-star airline by Skytrax . It is the largest civilian-run and majorit

#6 Indonesia AirAsia X

PT. Indonesia AirAsia Extra (operated as Indonesia AirAsia X [1] ) was a joint venture of Malaysian long haul low-fare airline AirAsia X and Indonesia AirAsia . The airline ceased all operations on 14 January 2019. [2] Long-haul low-cost airline of Indonesia; operated 2014–2019 Indonesia AirAsia X I

#7 Vietravel Airlines

Viet Nam Travel Airlines JSC ( Vietnamese : CTCP Hàng không Lữ hành Việt Nam ), [2] [3] operating as Vietravel Airlines , is a Vietnamese travel airline owned by the Vietravel Holdings, registered in Huế City , Thừa Thiên - Huế Province , Central Vietnam . [4] [5] The airline received its first Airb

#8 Aeroméxico

Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. [5] ( lit.   ' Airways of Mexico, Public Limited ' ) operating as Aeroméxico ( pronounced   [a.eɾoˈmexiko] ; stylized as A ERO M EXICO ), is the flag carrier [6] airline of Mexico , based in Mexico City . It operates scheduled services to more than 90 destinations [7

#9 Flyglobespan

Flyglobespan was a low-cost airline based in Edinburgh , Scotland. [1] It operated scheduled services from five airports across Scotland, England and Ireland to destinations in Europe, North America, North Africa and South Africa . Its main bases were Glasgow Airport , Edinburgh Airport and Aberdeen

#10 Cambrian Airways

Cambrian Airways was an airline based in the United Kingdom which ran operations from Cardiff Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport between 1935 and 1974. It was incorporated into British Airways when BOAC , BEA , Cambrian and Northeast merged on 1 April 1974. DH.114 Heron 2 of Cambrian at Manch

#11 Blue Air

Blue Air is a Romanian low-cost airline headquartered in Bucharest , [6] with its hub at Henri Coandă International Airport . It is the largest Romanian airline by scheduled passengers flown. [7] In 2017, Blue Air carried over 5 million passengers, a 40% increase over the 3.6 million passengers flow

#12 Pan American-Grace Airways

Pan American-Grace Airways , also known as Panagra , and dubbed "The World's Friendliest Airline" was an airline formed as a joint venture between Pan American World Airways and Grace Shipping Company . On September 13, 1928, a small single-engine Fairchild airliner flew from Lima, Peru, to Talara,

#13 Austin Airways

Austin Airways was a passenger airline and freight carrier based in Timmins , Ontario , and one of the oldest in Canada . Austin Airways IATA ICAO Callsign AAW AUSTIN Founded 1934 Ceased operations 1987 Fleet size See Aircraft used below Destinations See Destinations below Headquarters Timmins , Ont

#14 Global Africa Aviation

Global Africa Aviation was a cargo airline based in Harare , Zimbabwe . It operated both scheduled and chartered cargo services using three MD-11 Freighters. [1] [2] Cargo airline based in Harare, Zimbabwe Global Africa Aviation IATA ICAO Callsign Z5 GAA GLOBAL AFRICA Founded 2014 Ceased operations

#15 Lao Airlines

Lao Airlines State Enterprise [2] is the national airline of Laos , headquartered in Vientiane . It operates domestic and international services to countries such as Cambodia , China , Japan , South Korea , Thailand , and Vietnam . Its main operating base is Wattay International Airport in Vientiane

#16 Aero Zambia

Aero Zambia was an airline based in Zambia . Aero Zambia replaced the bankrupt Zambia Airways and was admitted as a full member of IATA ( International Air Transport Association )on 11 April 1996. The airline employed 300 staff and flew from Lusaka to destinations such as Johannesburg, Ndola, Nairob

#17 Mid Pacific Air

Mid Pacific Air was a low-cost regional airline which began operations with passenger services in Hawaii . Founded in 1981, initial routes connected the islands of Kauai , O'ahu , Maui and Hawaii (the Big Island). Its primary competitors were established air carriers Hawaiian Airlines and Aloha Airl

#18 Continental Express

Continental Express was the operating brand name used by a number of independently owned regional airlines providing commuter airliner and regional jet feeder service under agreement with Continental Airlines . In 2012 at the time of the merger between Continental and United Airlines, two carriers w

#19 Free Spirit Airlines

Free Spirit Airlines was a Melbourne-based airline that was founded in 2012 and commenced operations on 30 April 2015. [1] [2] The company is headquartered in Essendon Fields , Melbourne , Australia. [1] This article is an orphan , as no other articles link to it . Please introduce links to this pag

#20 Northern & Scottish Airways

Northern & Scottish Airways was a regional airline established in Glasgow in 1934. It was taken over in 1937, eventually becoming part of British European Airways . Defunct Scottish regional airline Not to be confused with Scottish Airways . Northern & Scottish Airways Ltd Founded 1 July 1934 Commen

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Airship / Airship

#1 LZ 61 (L 21)

The LZ 61 was a World War I German Navy airship, allocated the tactical numbering ' L 21' . It carried out a total of ten raids on England, and 17 reconnaissance missions. [1] World War I German Navy airship Silhouette of LZ 61 History German Empire Name LZ 61 Operator Imperial German Navy Builder L

#2 Rigid airship

A rigid airship is a type of airship (or dirigible) in which the envelope is supported by an internal framework rather than by being kept in shape by the pressure of the lifting gas within the envelope, as in blimps (also called pressure airships) and semi-rigid airships . [1] [2] Rigid airships are

#3 Luftschiffer

Luftschiffertruppe , a German word meaning "airshipmen's troop", was the designation [ citation needed ] of the German airship units. This article possibly contains original research . ( May 2011 ) This article does not cite any sources . ( March 2008 )

#4 Balloon propaganda campaigns in Korea

Balloon propaganda campaigns in Korea include both North and South Korean propaganda leaflet campaigns through the use of balloons as a distribution method since the Korean War . A variety of other contents have also been included with the balloons. Originally, these campaigns were organized by the

#5 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

#6 World View Enterprises

World View Enterprises, Inc. , doing business as World View , is a private American near space exploration and technology company headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, founded with the goal of increasing access to and the utilization of the stratosphere for scientific, commercial, and economic purposes.

#7 Zodiac Aerospace

Zodiac Aerospace was a French aerospace group founded in 1896 that supplied systems and equipment for aircraft. It had around 100 sites across the globe and employed nearly 35,000 people. In October 2018 it was acquired by French aerospace and defense company Safran . French aerospace group This art

#8 Zeppelin LZ 24

The Imperial German Navy Zeppelin LZ 24 (L 3) was a M-class World War I zeppelin. LZ 24 (L 3) LZ 24 (L 3) Role M-class reconnaissance-bomber rigid airship Type of aircraft National origin German Empire Manufacturer Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Designer Ludwig Dürr First flight 11 May 1914 Retired Last see

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Air Forces / Air Forces

#1 81st Training Wing

The 81st Training Wing is a wing of the United States Air Force and the host wing at Keesler Air Force Base , Mississippi. The 81st Training Wing has the Air Force's largest Technical Training Group and trains more than 40,000 students annually. Training includes weather, basic electronics, communic

#2 Jagdstaffel 30

Royal Prussian Jagdstaffel 30 , commonly abbreviated to Jasta 30 , 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 a minimum of 63 aerial victories during the war, at the expense of twelve kill

#3 71st Flying Training Wing

The 71st Flying Training Wing is a United States Air Force unit assigned to Air Education and Training Command . It is stationed at Vance Air Force Base , Oklahoma where has conducted pilot training for the Air Force and allied nations since 1972. It also is the host unit for Vance. Unit of the US A

#4 Marine Aircraft Group 24

Marine Aircraft Group 24 (MAG-24) is a United States Marine Corps aviation unit based at Marine Corps Air Facility Kaneohe Bay . MAG-24 is subordinate to the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing [2] and the III Marine Expeditionary Force (III MEF) . [3] Marine Aircraft Group 24 MAG-24 Insignia Active 1 March 19

#5 Jagdstaffel 54

Royal Saxon Jagdstaffel 54 , commonly abbreviated to Jasta 54 , 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 over 20 aerial victories during the war, including four observation balloons

#6 396th Bombardment Group

The 396th Bombardment Group is a former United States Army Air Forces unit. It was active during World War II as a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Operational Training Unit , training newly organized units, then as a Replacement Training Unit for aircrews. It was inactivated in 1944 in a general reorgan

#7 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

#8 Lafayette Escadrille

The La Fayette Escadrille ( French : Escadrille de La Fayette ) was the name of the French Air Force unit escadrille N 124 during the First World War (1914–1918). This escadrille of the Aéronautique Militaire was composed largely of American volunteer pilots flying fighters . It was named in honor o

#9 525th Fighter Squadron

The 525th Fighter Squadron is a United States Air Force unit. It is assigned to the 3d Operations Group at Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson , Alaska. The squadron was first activated as the 309th Bombardment Squadron in February 1942. After training in the United States, it deployed to the Mediterran

#10 Aircraft Research and Development Unit RAAF

The Royal Australian Air Force's Aircraft Research and Development Unit (ARDU) plans, conducts and analyses the results of ground and flight testing of existing and new Air Force aircraft. ARDU consists of three test and evaluation flights (TEFs) located at RAAF Bases Edinburgh, Amberley and William

#11 1st Fighter Wing

The 1st Fighter Wing (1 FW) is a United States Air Force unit assigned to the Air Combat Command Ninth Air Force . It is stationed at Langley Air Force Base , VA. where it is a tenant unit, being supported by the 633d Air Base Wing . United States Air Force flying unit 1st Fighter Wing Formation of

#12 90th Fighter Squadron

The 90th Fighter Squadron is a squadron of the United States Air Force . It is assigned to the 3d Operations Group , 3d Wing, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, Pacific Air Forces . The squadron is equipped with the F-22 Raptor fighter . [1] This article is about the post-1991 90th Fighter Squadron. For the 90t

#13 25th Fighter-Bomber Squadron

The 25th Fighter-Bomber Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. It was organized in February 1942 as the 25th Transport Squadron and served as a training unit for I Troop Carrier Command until disbanding in a general reorganization of Army Air Forces training units in 1944. The squadro

#14 53rd Fighter Wing

The 53d Fighter Wing (53 FW) is a disbanded unit of the United States Air Force , last stationed at Philadelphia International Airport , Pennsylvania. It was withdrawn from the Pennsylvania Air National Guard (PA ANG) and inactivated on 31 October 1950. 53d Fighter Wing Active 1942–1945; 1947-1950 C

#15 No. 71 Squadron RAF

No. 71 Squadron was a Royal Air Force aircraft squadron. The number has been used three times: once by the Royal Flying Corps for an Australian Flying Corps squadron; in the Second World War as the first of three Eagle Squadrons ; and post-war as a fighter-bomber unit under the command of Royal Air

#16 4th Fighter Squadron

The 4th Fighter Squadron , "Fighting Fuujins " is part of the 388th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base , Utah. It operates the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II aircraft, which replaced the unit's General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcons in August 2017. The 4th FS primarily conducts air superiority,

#17 303rd Fighter Squadron

The 303rd Fighter Squadron is assigned to the 442d Operations Group at Whiteman Air Force Base , Missouri, and flies the Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft conducting close air support missions. This article is about the 303d Fighter Squadron designated in 1992. For the 303d Fighter Squ

#18 438 Tactical Helicopter Squadron

438 "City of Montreal" Tactical Helicopter Squadron (French: 438 e Escadron tactique d'hélicoptères "Ville de Montréal" ) is a unit of the Royal Canadian Air Force . The squadron operates the CH-146 Griffon tactical helicopter from the Hartland de Montarville Molson Hangar of CFB St. Hubert in Quebe

#19 523d Fighter Squadron

The 523d Fighter Squadron is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was with the 27th Operations Group stationed at Cannon Air Force Base , New Mexico. This article includes a list of general references , but it lacks sufficient corresponding inline citations . ( November 2018

#20 No. 34 Squadron RAAF

No. 34 Squadron is a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) VIP transport squadron . It operates Boeing   737 Business Jets and Dassault Falcon 7Xs from Defence Establishment Fairbairn in Canberra . The squadron was formed in February 1942 for standard transport duties during World War   II, initially fl

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Design / Design

#1 Gaetano Crocco

Gaetano Arturo Crocco (26 October 1877 – 19 January 1968) was an Italian scientist and aeronautics pioneer, the founder of the Italian Rocket Society, and went on to become Italy 's leading space scientist. He was born in Naples . Italian scientist and aeronautics pioneer (1877–1968) This article ne

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Designer / Designer

#1 Ellis Wackett

Air Vice Marshal Ellis Charles Wackett , CB , CBE (13   August 1901   – 3   August 1984) was a senior commander in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). Its chief engineer from 1935 to 1959, he served on the RAAF's controlling body, the Air Board , for a record seventeen years, and has been credite

#2 List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1913

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

#3 Robert Lusser

Robert Lusser (19 April 1899 – 19 January 1969) was a German engineer, aircraft designer and aviator. He is remembered both for several well-known Messerschmitt and Heinkel designs during World War II , and after the war for his theoretical study of the reliability of complex systems. In the post-wa

#4 Harold Blackburn

Wing Commander Harold Blackburn , MC , AFC (19 January 1879 – 29 April 1959) was a British aviation pioneer. Blackburn was the first pilot to carry newspapers for commercial sale by air [1] and on 22 July 1914 piloted the first scheduled airline service in Great Britain. British aviation pioneer Har

#5 Theodore Pian

Theodore Hsueh-Huang Pian ( Chinese : 卞學鐄 ; 19 January 1919 – 20 June 2009) was a Chinese-born American engineer. American engineer A Shanghai native, born on 18 January 1919, Pian grew up in Tianjin , where he attended Nankai Middle School , and graduated from Tsinghua University in 1940. He began

#6 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

#7 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 .

#8 Paul Bikle

Paul F. Bikle (5 June 1916 – 19 January 1991) was director of the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Dryden Flight Research Facility from 1959 until 1971, and author of more than 40 technical publications. He was associated with major aeronautical research programs including t

#9 Paul W. Beck

Paul Ward Beck (1 December 1876   – 4 April 1922) was an officer in the United States Army , an aviation pioneer, and one of the first military pilots. Although a career Infantry officer, Beck twice was part of the first aviation services of the U.S. Army, as de facto head of the flying section of t

#10 Arthur Müller

Arthur Müller (born Aron Cohn: 23 October 1871 - 19 January 1935) was a German entrepreneur and inventor. He became known as the founder and director of the "Deutsche Flugplatz Gesellschaft" ( "German Airfield Company" ), which instigated, built and then operated the "Motorflugplatz Johannisthal-Adl

#11 Adrian Lombard

Adrian Albert "Lom" Lombard , CBE (19 January 1915 – 13 July 1967) was an English aeronautical engineer . Despite having no formal training in aerodynamics , [1] he became one of the world's foremost designers of jet engines. [2] He was involved with the Rolls-Royce company in a variety of roles for

#12 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

#13 Robert Lickley

Sir Robert Lang Lickley CBE FRSE FREng FRAeS FIEE (19 January 1912 – 7 July 1998) was a Scottish aeronautical engineer, and Chief Engineer at Fairey Aviation during whose tenure the Fairey Delta 2 became the first aircraft to exceed 1,000   mph. [1] Scottish aeronautical engineer Sir Robert Lickley

#14 Howard Hughes

Howard Robard Hughes Jr. (December 24, 1905 – April 5, 1976) was an American business magnate , record-setting pilot, engineer, [2] film producer, and philanthropist, known during his lifetime as one of the most influential and richest people in the world. He first became prominent as a film produce

#15 Maria Josep Colomer i Luque

Maria Josep Colomer i Luque (31 March 1913 – 24 May 2004), [1] better known as Mari Pepa Colomer , [2] [3] was one of the pioneers of Spanish aviation. She was the first female flight instructor in Spain and the first Catalan woman (third Spanish woman) to earn a pilot's license . Spanish aviator In

#16 Karl Otto Lange

Karl Otto Heinrich Lange , Dr.-Ing. (1903 – November 29, 1973) was a pioneer in aviation (soaring), atmospheric science , engineering education, and biomedical engineering (effects of gravity and vibration). Lange joined the meteorology faculty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1931. A

#17 Li Minhua

Li Minhua ( Chinese : 李敏华 ; 2 November 1917 – 19 January 2013), also known as Minghua Lee Wu , [1] [2] was a Chinese aerospace engineer and physicist who was an expert in solid mechanics . [3] The first woman to earn a PhD in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology , sh

#18 Vearne C. Babcock

Vearne Clifton Babcock (28 April 1887 - 15 February 1972) was an American aeronautical engineer and aircraft designer in the first half of the twentieth century. He was one of the 598 aviators who were members of the Early Birds of Aviation . This article uses bare URLs , which may be threatened by

#19 Valery Limarenko

Valery Igorevich Limarenko ( Russian : Валерий Игоревич Лимаренко : born October 19, 1960) is a Russian politician. He is the current Governor of Sakhalin Oblast , a federal subject of Russia from 2018. Russian politician Valery Igorevich Limarenko Валерий Игоревич Лимаренко Governor of Sakhalin Obl

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Engine / Engine

#1 Continental O-470

The Continental O-470 engine is a family of carbureted and fuel-injected six-cylinder, horizontally opposed , air-cooled aircraft engines that was developed especially for use in light aircraft by Continental Motors . Engines designated "IO" are fuel-injected. [1] [2] 6-cylinder air-cooled aircraft

#2 Aviadvigatel PD-14

The Aviadvigatel PD-14 (previously known as PS-12) is a high-bypass turbofan being developed by Aviadvigatel to power the Irkut MC-21 twin-jet airliner . It is a 14 tf (30,865 lbf) thrust powerplant. 2010s Russian turbofan aircraft engine PD-14 Side view Type Turbofan National origin Russia Manufact

#3 Progress D-27

The Progress D-27 is a three-shaft propfan engine developed by Ivchenko Progress. The gas generator was designed using experience from the Lotarev D-36 turbofan . [5] The D-27 engine was designed to power more-efficient passenger aircraft such as the abandoned Yakovlev Yak-46 project, and it was cho

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Event / Event

#1 2010 in aviation

This is a list of aviation-related events from 2010: Years in aviation : 2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   2013 Centuries : 20th century   ·   21st century   ·   22nd century Decades : 1980s   1990s   2000s   2010s   2020s   2030s   2040s Years : 2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   201

#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 Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier

Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier ( French pronunciation:   ​ [ʒɑ̃ fʁɑ̃swa pilɑtʁ də ʁozje] ) (30 March 1754   – 15 June 1785) was a French chemistry and physics teacher, and one of the first pioneers of aviation . He made the first manned free balloon flight with François Laurent d'Arlandes on 21 Nov

#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 Montreal Convention

The Montreal Convention (formally, the Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by Air ) is a multilateral treaty adopted by a diplomatic meeting of ICAO member states in 1999. It amended important provisions of the Warsaw Convention 's regime concerning compensatio

#8 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

#9 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

#10 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.

#11 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

#12 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

#13 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 )

#14 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

#15 List of accidents and incidents involving the Vickers Viscount

As World War II came to a close the British government realised that it was going to have to drastically change its air manufacturing industry to avoid becoming dependent on American aircraft companies. To address this issue the Brabazon Committee was formed in 1943 to investigate the future needs o

#16 List of accidents and incidents involving helicopters

This article is a list of accidents and incidents involving helicopters and which are notable enough to have an article on Wikipedia. It is grouped by the years in which the accidents and incidents occurred.

#17 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.

#18 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.

#19 1952 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1952: Years in aviation : 1949   1950   1951   1952   1953   1954   1955 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1920s   1930s   1940s   1950s   1960s   1970s   1980s Years : 1949   1950   1951   1952   1953   1954   19

#20 2006 in aviation

This is a list of aviation-related events from 2006: Years in aviation : 2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009 Centuries : 20th century   ·   21st century   ·   22nd century Decades : 1970s   1980s   1990s   2000s   2010s   2020s   2030s Years : 2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   200

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Glider / Glider

#1 Fouga CM.10

The Fouga CM.10 was an assault glider designed for the French Army shortly after World War II, capable of carrying 35 troops, later converted as a powered transport. [1] French Army assault glider CM.10 Role Airliner Type of aircraft Manufacturer Fouga Designer Robert Castello First flight 7 June 19

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Helicopter / Helicopter

#1 KAI KUH-1 Surion

The KAI KUH-1 Surion is a twin-engine, transport utility helicopter developed primarily by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), Agency for Defense Development (ADD) and Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) jointly with Eurocopter . In 2006, the research and development phase of the Korea Helicopte

#2 Westland WS-51 Dragonfly

The Westland WS-51 Dragonfly helicopter was built by Westland Aircraft and was an Anglicised licence-built version of the American Sikorsky S-51 . Helicopter built by Westland Aircraft WS-51 Dragonfly Dragonfly HR.3 of 705 Naval Air Squadron Royal Navy in 1955 Role Rescue or communications helicopte

#3 Sikorsky CH-53 Sea Stallion

The CH-53 Sea Stallion ( Sikorsky S-65 ) is an American family of heavy-lift transport helicopters designed and built by Sikorsky Aircraft . Originally developed for use by the United States Marine Corps , it is currently in service with Germany, Iran, and Israel. The United States Air Force operate

#4 AgustaWestland AW189

The AgustaWestland AW189 is a twin-engined, medium-lift helicopter manufactured by Leonardo S.p.A. (formerly AgustaWestland , merged into Leonardo-Finmeccanica since 2016). It is derived from the AW149 , and shares similarities with the AW139 and AW169 . Twin-engined, medium-lift helicopter manufact

#5 Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma

The Airbus Helicopters H215 (formerly Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma ) is a four-bladed, twin-engine, medium-size utility helicopter developed and initially produced by the French aerospace company Aérospatiale . It has been subsequently manufactured by the successor companies Eurocopter and Airbus Hel

#6 List of helicopter prison escapes

There have been multiple prison escapes where an inmate escapes by means of a helicopter . One of the earliest instances was the escape of Joel David Kaplan, nicknamed "Man Fan", on August 19, 1971, from the Santa Martha Acatitla in Mexico. [3] Kaplan was a New York businessman who not only escaped

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Manufacturer / Manufacturer

#1 Enstrom Helicopter Corporation

The Enstrom Helicopter Corporation is an American helicopter aerospace manufacturer , based at the Menominee–Marinette Twin County Airport in Michigan , United States. American helicopter manufacturing company Enstrom Helicopter Corporation Type Manufacturer Industry Aerospace Founded 22 December 19

#2 Miles Aircraft

Miles was the name used between 1943 and 1947 to market the aircraft of British engineer Frederick George Miles , who, with his wife – aviator and draughtswoman Maxine "Blossom" Miles (née Forbes-Robertson) – and his brother George Herbert Miles , designed numerous light civil and military aircraft

#3 Airbus Defence and Space

Airbus Defence and Space is the division of Airbus SE responsible for the development and manufacturing of the corporation's defence and space products, while also providing related services. The division was formed in January 2014 during the corporate restructuring of European Aeronautic Defence an

#4 Fowler Airplane Corporation

The Fowler Airplane Corporation was an aircraft manufacturing company that operated in San Francisco , California, from 1918 into the 1920s. It was founded by Robert G. Fowler , the first person to make a west-to-east transcontinental flight in stages.

#5 SSVOBB "Lambach Aircraft"

SSVOBB is the acronym for Stichting Studenten Vliegtuigontwikkeling, -bouw en -beheer which is Dutch for Foundation for Students in Airplane development, manufacturing and management .

#6 ATR (aircraft manufacturer)

ATR ( French : Avions de transport régional ; Italian : Aerei da Trasporto Regionale ; or "Regional Transport Airplanes" in English) is a Franco - Italian aircraft manufacturer headquartered in Blagnac , France, a suburb of Toulouse . [3] Aircraft manufacturer This article may rely excessively on so

#7 BAE Systems

BAE Systems plc ( BAE ) is a British multinational arms , security , and aerospace company based in London , England. [5] [6] It is the largest defence contractor in Europe , [7] and ranked the seventh-largest in the world based on applicable 2021 revenues. [8] As of 2017, it is the biggest manufact

#8 Nash & Thompson

Nash & Thompson was a British engineering firm that developed and produced hydraulically operated gun turrets for aircraft. As part of Parnall Aircraft it was also an important manufacturer of hydraulic-powered radar scanners used on radar systems such as H2S and AI Mark VIII . British engineering f

#9 Cirrus Aircraft

The Cirrus Design Corporation , doing business as Cirrus Aircraft (formally Cirrus Design ), is an aircraft manufacturer that was founded in 1984 by Alan and Dale Klapmeier to produce the VK-30 kit aircraft. The company is owned by a subsidiary of the Chinese government-owned AVIC , and is headquart

#10 Competition between Airbus and Boeing

The competition between Airbus and Boeing has been characterised as a duopoly in the large jet airliner market since the 1990s. [1] This resulted from a series of mergers within the global aerospace industry , with Airbus beginning as a pan-European consortium while the American Boeing absorbed its

#11 Marconi Electronic Systems

Marconi Electronic Systems ( MES ), or GEC-Marconi as it was until 1998, was the defence arm of General Electric Company (GEC). It was demerged from GEC and bought by British Aerospace (BAe) on 30 November 1999 to form BAE Systems . GEC then renamed itself Marconi plc . Defence arm of the defunct Ge

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Weapon / Weapon

#1 Hatf-VIII (Ra'ad)

The Ra'ad ( Urdu : رعد , "Thunder") is an air-launched cruise missile (ALCM) . The missile was first tested in August 2007. [3] [4] This article is about the Pakistani air-launched cruise missile. For Iran's Ghaznavi missile, see RAAD (anti-tank guided missile) . For Iran's anti-ship missile, see Ra

#2 R-60 (missile)

The Molniya (now Vympel ) R-60 ( NATO reporting name : AA-8 "Aphid" ) is a short-range lightweight infrared homing air-to-air missile designed for use by Soviet fighter aircraft . It has been widely exported , and remains in service with the CIS and many other nations. This article includes a list o

#3 S-125 Neva/Pechora

The S-125 Neva/Pechora ( Russian : С-125 "Нева"/"Печора" , NATO reporting name SA-3 Goa ) is a Soviet surface-to-air missile system that was designed by Aleksei Isaev to complement the S-25 and S-75 . It has a shorter effective range and lower engagement altitude than either of its predecessors and

#4 2K12 Kub

The 2K12 "Kub" ( Russian : 2К12 "Куб" ; English: cube ) ( NATO reporting name : SA-6 "Gainful" ) mobile surface-to-air missile system is a Soviet low to medium-level air defence system designed to protect ground forces from air attack. "2К12" is the GRAU designation of the system. "SA-6" redirects h

#5 Nike Zeus

Nike Zeus was an anti-ballistic missile (ABM) system developed by the US Army during the late 1950s and early 1960s that was designed to destroy incoming Soviet intercontinental ballistic missile warheads before they could hit their targets. It was designed by Bell Labs' Nike team, and was initially

#6 Roland (missile)

The Roland is a Franco-German mobile short-range surface-to-air missile (SAM) system. The Roland was also purchased by the U.S. Army as one of very few foreign SAM systems. Surface-to-air missile Roland Type Surface-to-air missile Service history In   service 1977–present Production history Designed

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