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#1 Advanced Landing Ground

Advanced Landing Grounds ( ALGs ) were temporary advance airfields constructed by the Allies during World War II during the liberation of Europe. They were built in the UK prior to the invasion and thereafter in northwest Europe from 6 June 1944 to V-E Day , 7 May 1945. It has been suggested that th

#2 Ie Shima Airfield

Ie Shima Auxiliary Airfield ( 伊江島補助飛行場 , Iejima Hojo Hikōjō ) is a training facility, managed by the United States Marine Corps and a former World War II airfield complex on Ie Shima , an island located off the northwest coast of Okinawa Island in the East China Sea . The airfield as such was inacti

#3 Naval Air Station Albany

Naval Air Station Albany (formerly Turner Air Force Base and Turner Field ) is a former United States Air Force and United States Navy military airfield located in Albany, Georgia . United States Navy military airfield in Albany, Georgia Naval Air Station Albany Turner Field Albany , Georgia in   th

#4 RCAF Station Jarvis

Royal Canadian Air Force Station Jarvis was a Second World War British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) station located near Jarvis, Ontario . The station was home to No. 1 Bombing and Gunnery School and is usually known by that name. [note 1] Bombing and Gunnery schools trained Air Gunners, W

#5 Saint Helena Airport

Saint Helena Airport ( IATA : HLE , ICAO : FHSH ) is an international airport on Saint Helena , a remote island in the south Atlantic Ocean , in the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha. Airport in the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena Saint Helena Air

#6 Hammerwood Park

Hammerwood Park is a country house in Hammerwood , near East Grinstead , in East Sussex , England . It is a Grade I listed building . One of the first houses in England to be built in the Greek Revival architectural style, it was built in 1792 as the first independent work of Benjamin Henry Latrobe

#7 Allegheny County Airport

Allegheny County Airport ( IATA : AGC , ICAO : KAGC , FAA LID : AGC ) is in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania , 7 miles (11   km) southeast of Pittsburgh . It is the fifth-busiest airport in Pennsylvania following Philadelphia , Pittsburgh , Allentown , and Harrisburg . The airport is owned by the Alleghen

#8 Portland International Airport

Portland International Airport ( IATA : PDX , ICAO : KPDX , FAA LID : PDX ) is a joint civil–military airport and the largest airport in the U.S. state of Oregon , accounting for 90% of the state's passenger air travel and more than 95% of its air cargo. [3] It is within Portland 's city limits just

#9 Midway International Airport

Chicago Midway International Airport ( IATA : MDW , ICAO : KMDW , FAA LID : MDW ) , typically referred to as Midway Airport , Chicago Midway , or simply Midway , is a major commercial airport on the Southwest side of Chicago , Illinois , located approximately 12 miles (19   km) from the Loop busines

#10 Lympne Airport

Lympne Airport / ˈ l ɪ m / , was a military and later civil airfield ( IATA : LYM , ICAO : EGMK ) , at Lympne , Kent , United Kingdom , which operated from 1916 to 1984. During the First World War RFC Lympne was originally an acceptance point for aircraft being delivered to, and returning from, Fran

#11 Georgia World War II Army Airfields

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

#12 Frank País Airport

Frank País Airport ( Spanish : Aeropuerto Frank País ) ( IATA : HOG , ICAO : MUHG ) is an airport serving Holguín , a city in the Cuban province of Holguín . It bears the name of Cuban revolutionary Frank País . The airport was built in 1962 initially only for military purposes before civilian air o

#13 Don Mueang International Airport

Don Mueang International Airport ( Thai : ท่าอากาศยานดอนเมือง , RTGS :   Tha-akatsayan Donmuang , pronounced [tʰâː.ʔāː.kàːt̚.sā.jāːn.dɔ̄ːn.mɯ̄âŋ] ( listen ) , or colloquially as สนามบินดอนเมือง , pronounced [sā.nǎːm.bīn.dɔ̄ːn.mɯ̄a̯ŋ] ) ( IATA : DMK , ICAO : VTBD ) is one of two international airport

#14 RAF Prestwick

Royal Air Force Prestwick otherwise known as RAF Prestwick , was a RAF unit based at the NATS air traffic control centre, adjacent to Glasgow Prestwick Airport , South Ayrshire , in south west Scotland . The unit was home to the Scottish Air Traffic Control Centre (Military) which provided an air tr

#15 Fenton Airfield

Fenton Airfield was a World War II military airfield in the Northern Territory of   Australia located at Tipperary Station in what is now the locality of Douglas-Daly and named after flight lieutenant Clyde Fenton . [1] This article needs additional citations for verification . ( April 2019 ) World

#16 List of Lufthansa destinations

As of March 2020, Lufthansa including Lufthansa Regional (but excluding all other Lufthansa Group members) operates flights to domestic destinations and international destinations in several countries across Africa, Americas, Asia, and Europe. Overall, Lufthansa serves 211 destinations in 74 countri

#17 Calzada Larga Airport

Calzada Larga Airport is a general aviation airport serving Caimitillo , a town in the Panamá Province of Panama . Airport Calzada Larga Airport IATA : none ICAO : none LID : MP23 Summary Airport type Public Serves Caimitillo , Panama Elevation   AMSL 394   ft / 120   m Coordinates 9°10′00″N 79°32′4

#18 Bandaranaike International Airport

Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) ( Sinhala : බණ්ඩාරනායක ජාත්‍යන්තර ගුවන්තොටුපළ , romanized:   Bandāranāyaka Jātyantara Guvantoṭupaḷa ; Tamil : பண்டாரநாயக்க சர்வதேச விமான நிலையம் , romanized:   Paṇṭāranāyakka Carvatēca Vimāṉa Nilaiyam ) (commonly known as Colombo International Airport , Colom

#19 Eielson Air Force Base

Eielson Air Force Base ( IATA : EIL , ICAO : PAEI , FAA LID : EIL ) is a United States Air Force (USAF) base located approximately 26 miles (42   km) southeast of Fairbanks, Alaska and just southeast of Moose Creek, Alaska . It was established in 1943 as Mile 26 Satellite Field and redesignated Eiel

#20 Kempegowda International Airport

Kempegowda International Airport ( IATA : BLR , ICAO : VOBL ) is an international airport serving Bangalore , the capital of Karnataka , India . Spread over 4,000 acres (1,600   ha) , it is located about 30 kilometres (19   mi) north of the city near the suburb of Devanahalli . It is owned and opera


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#1 Supermarine Swan

The Supermarine Swan was a 1920s British experimental amphibian aircraft built by Supermarine at Woolston, Southampton . The single aircraft that was built was used for a passenger service between England and France. Not to be confused with the Supermarine Swan (1921) , a seven-seater amphibian flyi

#2 Antonov An-225 Mriya

The Antonov An-225 Mriya ( Ukrainian : Антонов Ан-225 Мрія , lit.   ' dream' or 'inspiration ' ; NATO reporting name : Cossack ) was a strategic airlift cargo aircraft designed in the 1980s by the Antonov Design Bureau in the Soviet Union . It was originally developed as an enlargement of the Antono

#3 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

#4 Lockheed XF-104 Starfighter

The Lockheed XF-104 Starfighter was a single-engine, high-performance, supersonic interceptor prototype for a United States Air Force (USAF) series of lightweight and simple fighters. Only two aircraft were built; one aircraft was used primarily for aerodynamic research and the other served as an ar

#5 Fiat G.91

The Fiat G.91 is an Italian jet fighter aircraft designed and built by Fiat Aviazione , which later merged into Aeritalia . The G.91 has its origins in the NATO -organised NBMR-1 competition in 1953, which sought a light fighter -bomber (officially, the competition was seeking a "Light Weight Strike

#6 Fokker F27 Friendship

The Fokker F27 Friendship is a turboprop airliner developed and manufactured by the Dutch aircraft manufacturer Fokker . It is the most numerous post-war aircraft manufactured in the Netherlands; the F27 was also one of the most successful European airliners of its era. Regional airliner by Fokker F

#7 Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor

The Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor is an American single-seat, twin-engine , all-weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft developed for the United States Air Force (USAF). As the result of the USAF's Advanced Tactical Fighter (ATF) program, the aircraft was designed as an air superiority fighter , but

#8 Fokker 100

The Fokker 100 is a regional jet produced by Fokker in the Netherlands. The Fokker 100 is based on the Fokker F28 with a fuselage stretched by 18.8   ft (5.7   m) to seat up to 109 passengers, up from 85. It is powered by two newer Rolls-Royce Tay turbofans, and it has an updated glass cockpit and a

#9 Hawker Siddeley P.1154

The Hawker Siddeley P.1154 was a planned supersonic vertical/short take-off and landing (V/STOL) fighter aircraft designed by Hawker Siddeley Aviation (HSA). Planned British V/STOL fighter aircraft P.1154 Role V/STOL combat aircraft Type of aircraft National origin United Kingdom Manufacturer Hawker

#10 Jagdgeschwader III

Jagdgeschwader III (Fighter Wing III, or JG III) was a fighter wing of the Imperial German Air Service during World War I. It was founded on 2 February 1918, as a permanent consolidation of four established jagdstaffeln (fighter squadrons)— 2 , 26 , 27 , and 36 . JG III was formed as a follow-on of

#11 Boeing 787 Dreamliner

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is an American wide-body jet airliner developed and manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes . After dropping its Sonic Cruiser project, Boeing announced the conventional 7E7 on January 29, 2003, focused on efficiency. The program was launched on April 26, 2004, with an

#12 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

#13 List of B-47 units of the United States Air Force

The Boeing B-47 Stratojet was operational with the United States Air Force Strategic Air Command beginning in May 1951 with the first operational B-47Bs to the 306th Bombardment Wing , Medium, based at MacDill AFB , Florida . Main article: B-47 Stratojet Boeing B-47B-20-BW Stratojet, AF Ser. No. 50-

#14 Messerschmitt Me 262

The Messerschmitt Me 262 , nicknamed Schwalbe (German: " Swallow ") in fighter versions, or Sturmvogel (German: " Storm Bird ") in fighter-bomber versions, is a German fighter aircraft and fighter-bomber that was the world's first operational jet-powered fighter aircraft. Design work started before

#15 Bernard H.V.120

The Bernard H.V.120 was a 1930s French racing seaplane designed and built by Bernard to compete in the Schneider Trophy race. Delays caused by engine problems and the crash of the second aircraft delayed entry and the aircraft did not race in the competition. 1930s French racing seaplane H.V.120 Rol

#16 Short Biplane No. 2

The Short No.2 was an early British aircraft built by Short Brothers for J.T.C. Moore-Brabazon . It was used by him to win the £1,000 prize offered by the Daily Mail newspaper for the first closed-circuit flight of over a mile (1.6   km) to be made in a British aircraft. Short Biplane No.2 Role Expe

#17 Sukhoi Su-27

The Sukhoi Su-27 ( Russian : Сухой Су-27 ; NATO reporting name : Flanker ) is a Soviet -origin twin-engine supermaneuverable fighter aircraft designed by Sukhoi . It was intended as a direct competitor for fourth-generation fighters such as the Grumman F-14 Tomcat and McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle ,

#18 Eurodrone

The European Medium Altitude Long Endurance Remotely Piloted Aircraft System ( MALE RPAS ), or Eurodrone , is a twin-turboprop MALE UAV under development by Airbus , Dassault Aviation and Leonardo for Germany , France , Italy and Spain , with a first flight expected by mid-2027. European MALE RPAS R

#19 Alenia C-27J Spartan

The Alenia C-27J Spartan is a military transport aircraft developed and manufactured by Leonardo 's Aircraft Division (formerly Alenia Aermacchi until 2016). [3] It is an advanced derivative of Alenia Aeronautica 's earlier G.222 (C-27A Spartan in U.S. service), equipped with the engines and various

#20 Ilyushin Il-76

The Ilyushin Il-76 ( Russian : Илью́шин Ил-76 ; NATO reporting name : Candid ) is a multi-purpose, fixed-wing, four-engine turbofan strategic airlifter designed by the Soviet Union 's Ilyushin design bureau. It was first planned as a commercial freighter in 1967, as a replacement for the Antonov An-


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#1 USS Patoka (AO-9)

USS Patoka (AO–9/AV–6/AG–125) was a replenishment oiler made famous as a tender for the airships Shenandoah   (ZR-1) , Los Angeles   (ZR-3) and Akron   (ZRS-4) . It was also notable in that its height ( 177 feet (54   m) ) figured prominently in the design of the Rainbow Bridge in Texas (the bridge

#2 USS Fanshaw Bay

USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) was a Casablanca -class escort carrier of the United States Navy . She was named after Fanshaw Bay, located within Cape Fanshaw, of the Alexander Archipelago in the Territory of Alaska . The cape was given its name by Charles Mitchell Thomas , who was mapping the area, in 18

#3 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

#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 USS Williamson (DD-244)

USS Williamson (DD-244/AVP-15/AVD-2/APD-27) was a Clemson -class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II . She was named for Commander William Price Williamson . Tender of the United States Navy History United States Namesake William Price Williamson Builder New York Shipbuilding Lai

#6 Implacable-class aircraft carrier

The Implacable -class aircraft carrier consisted of two aircraft carriers built for the Royal Navy during World War II . Derived from the design of the Illustrious class , they were faster and carried more aircraft than the older ships. They were initially assigned to the Home Fleet when completed i

#7 HMS Ruler

HMS Ruler was a Ruler -class escort carrier of the British Royal Navy during World War II . She was built in the United States as the Bogue -class carrier St. Joseph (AVG/CVE/ACV-50) for Lend-Lease to the United Kingdom . For other ships with the same name, see USS St. Joseph . HMS Ruler in January

#8 USS Rudyerd Bay

USS Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81) was the twenty-seventh of fifty Casablanca -class escort carriers built for the United States Navy during World War II . She was named after Rudyerd Bay, within Ketcchikan Gateway Bourough , of the Territory of Alaska . Today, the bay lies within Misty Fjords National Monume

#9 USS Hoggatt Bay

USS Hoggatt Bay (CVE-75) was the twenty-first of fifty Casablanca -class escort carriers built for the United States Navy during World War II . She was named after Hoggatt Bay, which was named in 1895 by Lieutenant commander E. K. Moore after Wilford Bacon Hoggatt , an ensign serving in Moore's part

#10 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

#11 HMS Eagle (1918)

HMS Eagle was an early aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy . Ordered by Chile during the South American dreadnought race as the Almirante Latorre -class battleship Almirante Cochrane , she was laid down before World War I . In early 1918 she was purchased by Britain for conversion to an aircraft carr

#12 USS Makin Island (CVE-93)

USS Makin Island (CVE-93) was a Casablanca -class escort carrier of the United States Navy . It was named for the 1942 Makin raid , an early diversionary raid designed to distract from the Guadalcanal campaign and the Tulagi campaign . Launched in April 1944, and commissioned in May, she served in s

#13 List of aircraft carriers in service

This is a list of aircraft carriers which are currently in service, under maintenance or refit, in reserve, under construction, or being updated. An aircraft carrier is a warship with a full-length flight deck , hangar and facilities for arming, deploying, and recovering aircraft. [1] The list only

#14 HMAS Melbourne (R21)

HMAS Melbourne (R21) was a Majestic -class light aircraft carrier operated by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) from 1955 until 1982, and was the third and final conventional aircraft carrier [note 1] to serve in the RAN. Melbourne was the only Commonwealth naval vessel to sink two friendly warships i

#15 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

#16 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

#17 USS William B. Preston (DD-344)

USS William B. Preston (DD-344/AVP-20/AVD-7) was a Clemson -class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I . She was named for United States Secretary of the Navy and United States Senator William B. Preston . Clemson-class destroyer USS William B. Preston at Vancouver in   June   1

#18 Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi

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

#19 Shirane-class destroyer

The Shirane -class destroyers were a pair of Japanese destroyers originally built during the late 1970s. They are built around a large central hangar which houses up to three helicopters and they are the natural successor of the Haruna -class destroyer s. Kurama (DDH-144) at sea in 2011 Class overvi

#20 USS Iwo Jima (LHD-7)

USS Iwo Jima (LHD-7) is a Wasp -class amphibious assault ship of the United States Navy . The ship was named for the Battle of Iwo Jima of World War II. The ship was commissioned in 2001 and is in service. American Navy amphibious assault ship For other ships with the same name, see USS Iwo Jima . U


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#1 British Midland International

British Midland Airways Limited (trading at various times throughout its history as British Midland , bmi British Midland , bmi or British Midland International ) [1] was an airline with its head office in Donington Hall in Castle Donington , close to East Midlands Airport , in the United Kingdom. T

#2 Iberia (airline)

Iberia ( Spanish pronunciation:   [iˈβeɾja] ), legally incorporated as Iberia Líneas Aéreas de España, S.A. Operadora, Sociedad Unipersonal , is the flag carrier airline of Spain, [6] founded in 1927. Based in Madrid, it operates an international network of services from its main base of Madrid–Bara

#3 Maastricht Airlines

Maastricht Airlines was a Dutch airline which had announced plans to start operating routes from Maastricht Aachen Airport using two Fokker 50 aircraft leased from the Italian cargo airline MiniLiner . [1] The aircraft were to receive registrations PH-KVA and PH-KVB, since both aircraft once belonge

#4 Cebu Pacific

Cebu Pacific Air, Inc. , operating as Cebu Pacific ( PSE :   CEB ), is a Philippine low-cost airline based on the grounds of Mactan–Cebu International Airport (Terminal 2), Lapu-Lapu City, Metro Cebu , Philippines. Founded in 1988, [2] it is Asia's oldest low-cost airline. [6] It offers scheduled fl

#5 Aeroflot

PJSC Aeroflot   – Russian Airlines ( Russian : ПАО "Аэрофло́т — Росси́йские авиали́нии" , PAO Aeroflot — Rossiyskiye avialinii ), commonly known as Aeroflot ( English: / ˈ ɛər oʊ ˌ f l ɒ t / or / ˌ ɛər oʊ ˈ f l ɒ t / ( listen ) ; Russian : Аэрофлот , transl.   "air fleet" , pronounced   [ɐɛrɐˈfɫot]

#6 Vueling

Vueling S.A. is a Spanish low-cost airline based at El Prat de Llobregat in Greater Barcelona with hubs at Barcelona–El Prat Airport (main), Paris-Orly Airport in Paris , France and Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport in Rome , Italy (secondary). It is the largest airline in Spain, measured by fleet

#7 Aerosvit Airlines

AeroSvit Airlines private stock company ( Ukrainian : Приватне акціонерне товариство «Авіакомпанія АероСвіт» ), operating as AeroSvit   — Ukrainian Airlines / АероСвіт , was a Ukrainian private airline . Its head office was on the grounds of the Boryspil International Airport in Boryspil . [2] Forme

#8 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

#9 North Eastern Airways

North Eastern Airways (NEA) was a British airline which operated from 1935 until the outbreak of World War II in 1939. Based initially in Newcastle upon Tyne , it operated routes from Scotland to London in competition with the railways, retaining its independence to the end. Defunct 1930s British in

#10 Dniproavia

Dniproavia ( Ukrainian : Дніпроавіа ) was an airline headquartered at Dnipro International Airport in Dnipro , Ukraine , which operated scheduled and chartered passenger flights. [3] [4] Defunct Ukrainian airline Dniproavia Дніпроавіа IATA ICAO Callsign Z6 [1] UDN DNIEPRO Founded 1996 Ceased operati

#11 Malawi Airlines

Malawi Airlines ( Malawian Airlines until 2016) is the flag carrier airline of Malawi , based in Lilongwe and with its hub at Lilongwe International Airport . [2] It was established in 2012 after the liquidation of Air Malawi , the former national airline. Ethiopian Airlines operates it under a mana

#12 BA CityFlyer

BA CityFlyer is a British regional airline , and a wholly owned subsidiary of British Airways with its head office based in Didsbury , Manchester , England. [2] It operates a network of domestic and European services from its base at London City Airport . All services operate with BA's full colours,

#13 InterSky

InterSky , legally Intersky Luftfahrt GmbH , was an Austrian airline headquartered in Bregenz , which operated scheduled services from its base at Friedrichshafen Airport , Germany , to major cities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland , as well as seasonal holiday flights to the Mediterranean from o

#14 Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines Co. , typically referred to as Southwest , is one of the major airlines of the United States and the world's largest low-cost carrier . [3] It is headquartered in Dallas, Texas , and has scheduled service to 121 destinations in the United States and 10 additional countries. [4] As

#15 Braniff International Airways

Braniff Airways, Inc. , operating as Braniff International Airways from 1948 until 1965, and then Braniff International from 1965 until air operations ceased, is an American airline that once flew air carrier operations and conducted other travel related businesses from 1928 until 1982 and continues

#16 Germanwings

Germanwings GmbH was [1] a German low-cost airline wholly owned by Lufthansa [2] which operated under the Eurowings brand. It was based in Cologne with hubs at Cologne Bonn Airport , Stuttgart Airport , Hamburg Airport , Berlin Tegel Airport , Munich Airport and further bases at Hannover Airport and

#17 Estonian Air

Estonian Air was the flag carrier airline of Estonia between 1991 and 2015. Headquartered in Tallinn it operated scheduled services from Tallinn Airport . Prior to its closure, the airline flew from Tallinn to 11 destinations in Europe . Former airline in Estonia Estonian Air IATA ICAO Callsign OV E

#18 Air France

Air France ( French pronunciation:   ​ [ɛːʁ fʁɑ̃s] ; formally Société Air France, S.A. ), stylised as AIRFRANCE , is the flag carrier of France headquartered in Tremblay-en-France . It is a subsidiary of the Air France–KLM Group and a founding member of the SkyTeam global airline alliance. As of 201

#19 Loganair

Loganair is a Scottish regional airline based at Glasgow Airport near Paisley , Scotland . It is the largest regional airline in the UK by passenger numbers and fleet size. [8] Regional airline based near Glasgow, Scotland Loganair Limited IATA ICAO Callsign LM [1] LOG LOGAN Founded 1   February 196

#20 List of Boeing 737 operators

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


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#1 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

#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

#3 Zeppelin

A Zeppelin is a type of rigid airship named after the German inventor Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin ( German pronunciation: [ˈt͡sɛpəliːn] ) who pioneered rigid airship development at the beginning of the 20th century. Zeppelin's notions were first formulated in 1874 [1] and developed in detail in 189

#4 Goodyear RS-1

The Goodyear RS-1 was the first American semi-rigid airship which was designed by Goodyear chief aeronautical engineer and inventor, Herman Theodore Kraft with the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company for the United States Army Air Service in the late 1920s. Goodyear built only one airship of this type.


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#1 Jagdgeschwader 52

Jagdgeschwader 52 (JG 52) [lower-alpha 1] was a German World War II fighter Geschwader ( wing ) that exclusively used the Messerschmitt Bf 109 throughout the war. The unit originally formed near Munich in November 1938, then moved to a base near Stuttgart . JG 52 became the most successful fighter-

#2 330th Bombardment Group (VH)

The 330th Bombardment Group ("Empire Busters") was a bomber group of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II . It was formed on 1 July 1942 at Salt Lake City Army Air Base, Utah . Initially, the group was equipped with the Consolidated B-24 Liberator , and served as a training unit wit

#3 No. 75 Squadron RAAF

No.   75 Squadron is a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) fighter unit based at RAAF Base Tindal in the Northern Territory . The squadron was formed in 1942 and saw extensive action in the South West Pacific theatre of World War II , operating P-40 Kittyhawks . It was disbanded in 1948, but reformed

#4 436th Airlift Wing

The 436th Airlift Wing is an active United States Air Force unit. It is assigned to Air Mobility Command 's Eighteenth Air Force , and is based at Dover Air Force Base , Delaware. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( March 2012 ) 436th Airlift Wing 436th Airlift Wing C-5M Sup

#5 No. 83 Expeditionary Air Group

No. 83 Expeditionary Air Group is a group within the Royal Air Force , currently based at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar . Expeditionary group of the Royal Air Force No. 83 Expeditionary Air Group Group badge Active 1   April   1943   ( 1943-04-01 ) – 21   April   1946   ( 1946-04-21 ) 9   July   1952  

#6 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

#7 List of LTV A-7 Corsair II operators

The following is a list of operators of the LTV A-7 Corsair II attack aircraft.

#8 58th Special Operations Wing

The 58th Special Operations Wing (58 SOW) is a combat unit of the United States Air Force stationed at Kirtland Air Force Base , New Mexico . The 58 SOW is part of the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) Nineteenth Air Force . This article needs additional citations for verification . ( Januar

#9 460th Fighter-Interceptor Training Squadron

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

#10 148th Aero Squadron

The 148th Aero Squadron was a unit of the United States Army Air Service that fought on the Western Front during World War I . 148th Aero Squadron 148th Aero Squadron preparing for a daylight raid on German trenches and cities, Petite Synthe , France, 6 August 1918 Active 11 November 1917 – 24 March

#11 Second VA-55 (U.S. Navy)

VA-55 , nicknamed the Warhorses , was an Attack Squadron of the U.S. Navy . The squadron was established at NAS Oceana , Virginia, on 7 October 1983, and flew the A-6E and KA-6D variants of the Grumman A-6 Intruder . It was disestablished on 1 January 1991, having been based at NAS Oceana during its

#12 466th Fighter Squadron

The 466th Fighter Squadron is the 419th Fighter Wing 's operational flying squadron. It is located at Hill Air Force Base , Utah . 466th Fighter Squadron 466th Fighter Squadron F-16C Fighting Falcon over the Great Salt Lake [note 1] Active 1944–1945; 1952–1956; 1972–present Country   United States B

#13 457th Fighter Squadron

The 457th Fighter Squadron is a United States Air Force Reserve Command unit, assigned to the 301st Operations Group , 301st Fighter Wing at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth , Texas. The squadron flies the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon . If mobilized, the Wing is gained by the

#14 VA-55 (U.S. Navy)

VA-55 was an Attack Squadron of the U.S. Navy . It was established as Torpedo Squadron VT-5 on 15 February 1943, redesignated VA-6A on 15 November 1946, and finally designated VA-55 on 16 August 1948. The squadron was disestablished on 12 December 1975. It was the first squadron to be designated VA-

#15 No. 27 Squadron RAF

No. 27 Squadron of the Royal Air Force operates the Boeing Chinook from RAF Odiham . Flying squadron of the Royal Air Force No. 27 Squadron RAF Squadron badge Active 5 Nov 1915 – 22 Jan 1920 1 Apr 1920 – 18 Feb 1942 19 Sep1942 – 1 Feb 1946 1 Nov 1947 – 10 Nov 1950 15 Jun 1953 – 31 Dec 1957 1 Apr 196

#16 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

#17 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

#18 550th Fighter Squadron

The 550th Fighter Squadron is an active United States Air Force unit. Its current assignment is with 56th Operations Group , at Kingsley Field , Oregon. 550th Fighter Squadron 550th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron F-15E Strike Eagle [note 1] Active 1944–1946; 1970-1991; 1994-1995, 2017- Country  

#19 318th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron

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

#20 325th Fighter Wing

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


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Design / Design


#1 Traffic collision avoidance system

A traffic collision avoidance system ( TCAS , pronounced / t iː k æ s / ; TEE-kas ), also known as a traffic alert and collision avoidance system , is an aircraft collision avoidance system designed to reduce the incidence of mid-air collision (MAC) between aircraft. It monitors the airspace around

#2 List of UAV-related incidents

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, have frequently been involved in military operations. Non-military UAVs have often been reported as causing hazards to aircraft, or to people or property on the ground. Safety concerns have been raised due to the potential for an ingested drone to rapidly


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Designer / Designer


#1 Anthony Fokker

Anton Herman Gerard " Anthony " Fokker (6 April 1890 – 23 December 1939) was a Dutch aviation pioneer, aviation entrepreneur , aircraft designer , and aircraft manufacturer . He produced fighter aircraft in Germany during the First World War such as the Eindecker monoplanes, the Dr.1 triplane and th

#2 Carl Richard Nyberg

Carl Richard Nyberg (28 May 1858 – 25 March 1939) was a Swedish inventor and industrialist. Nyberg was a pioneer in mechanical engineering. He received a patent for a blow lamp and was an aviation pioneer. [1] Carl Richard Nyberg Born ( 1858-05-28 ) 28 May 1858 Arboga , Sweden Died 25 March 1939 (19

#3 David Keith-Lucas

David Keith-Lucas CBE FRAeS (25 March 1911 – 6 April 1997) was a British aeronautical engineer. British aeronautical engineer David Keith-Lucas CBE, FRAeS Born 25 March 1911 Died 6 April 1997   ( 1997-04-07 ) (aged   86) Education Gresham's School, Holt Spouse Dorothy de Bauduy Robertson Parent Keit

#4 Roger A. Broucke

Roger A. Broucke (March 25, 1932 – June 21, 2005) was an aerospace engineer known for his solutions to the three-body problem . After working on practical orbital mechanics at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory , he became a professor at the University of Texas at Austin . [1] Belgian aerospace engineer

#5 Ferdinand von Zeppelin

Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin ( German : Ferdinand Adolf Heinrich August Graf von   Zeppelin ; [1] 8 July 1838 – 8 March 1917) was a German general and later inventor of the Zeppelin rigid airships. His name soon became synonymous with airships and dominated long-distance flight until the 1930s. He f

#6 Lindsay Everard

Sir William Lindsay Everard (13 March 1891 – 11 March 1949) was a brewer, politician, and philanthropist from Leicestershire , United Kingdom. As the founder and supporter of the Ratcliffe Aerodrome , Sir Lindsay was a pioneer aviator, knighted for his crucial efforts in World War II with the Air Tr

#7 Clinton H. Havill

Clinton Hunter Havill (November 25, 1892 – March 25, 1953) was an early aeronautical engineer who worked in the areas of aerodynamic drag [1] and airships . [2]

#8 Vecihi Hürkuş

Vecihi Hürkuş (6 January 1896 – 16 July 1969) was a Turkish aviation engineer and aviation pioneer. He built Turkey's first aircraft, the Vecihi K-VI . Turkish aviator (1896–1969) Vecihi Hürkuş Hürkuş in the 1930s Born ( 1896-01-06 ) 6 January 1896 Arnavutköy , Istanbul Died 16 July 1969 (1969-07-16

#9 Luis Farell

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

#10 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

#11 Dava Newman

Dava J. Newman (born 1964) is the director of the MIT Media Lab [1] [2] and a former deputy administrator of NASA . [3] Newman earned her PhD in aerospace biomedical engineering, and Master of Science degrees in aerospace engineering and technology and policy all from MIT, and her Bachelor of Scienc

#12 Sophie Blanchard

Sophie Blanchard (25 March 1778 – 6 July 1819 [1] ), commonly referred to as Madame Blanchard and is also known by many combinations of her maiden and married names, including Madeleine-Sophie Blanchard , Marie Madeleine-Sophie Blanchard , Marie Sophie Armant and Madeleine-Sophie Armant Blanchard ,

#13 Jean-Marie Le Bris

Jean Marie Le Bris (25 March 1817 – 17 February 1872) was a French aviator , born in Concarneau , Brittany , who accomplished a glider flight in December 1856. This article includes a list of general references , but it lacks sufficient corresponding inline citations . ( May 2010 ) Jean Marie Le Bri

#14 Shi Ping

Shi Ping ( Chinese : 石屏 ; pinyin : Shí Píng ; 25 March 1934 – 10 May 2016) was a Chinese aircraft designer , who is responsible for the development of the two-seat intermediate jet trainer Hongdu JL-8 . [1] He was a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering . [2] Chinese aircraft designer (1934–2

#15 Rustom Damania

Rustom B. Damania (died 25 March 2001) was a professor at the Indian Institute of Science and Technology. He is credited with the development of NAL's Light Canard Research Aircraft , which later became DRDO Rustom . [1] [2] [3] [4] This article needs additional citations for verification . ( June 2

#16 List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1914

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

#17 Erich Bachem

Erich Bachem (12 August 1906, in Mülheim an der Ruhr – 25 March 1960) was a German engineer. German engineer Erich Bachem Erich Bachem and Hanna Reitsch in 1938 Born 12 August 1906   Mülheim   Died 25 March 1960   (aged 53) Mülheim   Political party Nazi Party   In the 1930s Erich Bachem designed th

#18 Friedrich Karl von Koenig-Warthausen

Friedrich Karl Richard Paul August Freiherr [1] Koenig von und zu Warthausen [2] (2 April 1906 – 15 December 1986) was a German aviator who made the first solo flight around the world in 1928–1929. [3] His flight took him eastwards from Berlin to Moscow , then to the Persian Gulf , across northern I

#19 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

#20 Genrikh Novozhilov

Genrikh Vasilevich Novozhilov ( Russian : Ге́нрих Васи́льевич Новожи́лов ; 27 October 1925 – 28 April 2019) was a Soviet and Russian aircraft designer . He was a key designer of multiple Ilyushin passenger aircraft including the Il-18 , Il-62 , Il-76 , and Il-96 . Soviet and Russian aircraft designe


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Engine / Engine


#1 General Electric GE36

The General Electric GE36 was an experimental aircraft engine , a hybrid between a turbofan and a turboprop , known as an unducted fan (UDF) or propfan . The GE36 was developed by General Electric Aircraft Engines , [3] with its CFM International equal partner Snecma taking a 35 percent share of dev

#2 Scramjet programs

Scramjet programs refers to research and testing programs for the development of supersonic combustion ramjets , known as scramjets . This list provides a short overview of national and international collaborations, and civilian and military programs. The USA, Russia, India, and China (2014), have s

#3 Rolls-Royce Avon

The Rolls-Royce Avon was the first axial flow jet engine designed and produced by Rolls-Royce . Introduced in 1950, the engine went on to become one of their most successful post- World War II engine designs. It was used in a wide variety of aircraft, both military and civilian, as well as versions


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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 Aeroflot accidents and incidents in the 1980s

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

#3 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

#4 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

#5 1999 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1999: Years in aviation : 1996   1997   1998   1999   2000   2001   2002 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1960s   1970s   1980s   1990s   2000s   2010s   2020s Years : 1996   1997   1998   1999   2000   2001   20

#6 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

#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 Flash Airlines Flight 604

Flash Airlines Flight 604 was a charter flight provided by Egyptian private charter company Flash Airlines . On 3 January 2004, the Boeing 737-300 that was operating the route crashed into the Red Sea shortly after takeoff from Sharm El Sheikh International Airport , killing all 135 passengers, most

#9 Air route authority between the United States and China

There are bilateral treaties that govern aviation rights between the United States and China, which cover both passenger services and cargo services. The United States has liberal aviation agreements with many countries but not China, Japan, South Africa, and some South American countries. [1] Howev

#10 1918 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1918: Years in aviation : 1915   1916   1917   1918   1919   1920   1921 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1880s   1890s   1900s   1910s   1920s   1930s   1940s Years : 1915   1916   1917   1918   1919   1920   19

#11 Bond Offshore Helicopters Flight 85N

Just before 2:00   pm on 1 April 2009, Bond Offshore Helicopters Flight 85N crashed 11 nautical miles (20   km) north-east of Peterhead , Scotland in the North Sea while returning from a BP oil platform in the Miller oilfield , 240   km (150   mi) north-east of Peterhead. [2] The crash killed all si

#12 1979 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1979: Years in aviation : 1976   1977   1978   1979   1980   1981   1982 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1940s   1950s   1960s   1970s   1980s   1990s   2000s Years : 1976   1977   1978   1979   1980   1981   19

#13 Julian Nott (balloonist)

Julian Nott (22 June 1944 – 26 March 2019) was a British balloonist who later lived in Santa Barbara, California . He was known for his record-setting achievements. Nott set 79 world ballooning records and 96 British aviation records. He developed balloons for flights to Solar System destinations, p

#14 List of Trans World Airlines accidents and incidents

This is a list of accidents and incidents involving American airlines Trans World Airlines and Transcontinental & Western Air. The airlines suffered a combined total of 106 accidents. [1] [2]

#15 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.

#16 Aviastar-TU Flight 1906

Aviastar-TU Flight 1906 was a Tupolev Tu-204 that crash-landed while attempting to land at Domodedovo airport, Moscow, Russia, in heavy fog on 22 March 2010. The aircraft of Aviastar-TU Airlines was on a ferry flight from Hurghada International Airport , Egypt to Domodedovo. There were no passengers

#17 Germanwings Flight 9525

Germanwings Flight 9525 [1] was a scheduled international passenger flight from Barcelona–El Prat Airport in Spain to Düsseldorf Airport in Germany. The flight was operated by Germanwings , a low-cost carrier owned by the German airline Lufthansa . On 24 March 2015, the aircraft, an Airbus A320-211

#18 Adam Air Flight 574

Adam Air Flight 574 ( KI574 or DHI574 ) was a scheduled domestic passenger flight operated by Adam Air between the Indonesian cities of Surabaya and Manado [3] that crashed into the Makassar Strait near Polewali in Sulawesi on 1 January 2007. [4] All 102 people on board died, making it the deadliest

#19 1986 Indian Air Force An-32 disappearance

On 25 March 1986, an Antonov An-32 twin engine turboprop transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force disappeared while flying over the Arabian Sea. [2] The aircraft was on a three-aircraft ferry flight [2] from the Soviet Union en route to India from Muscat-Seeb Airport , Oman, to Jamnagar , Gujarat,

#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 Wassmer Javelot

The Wassmer WA 20 Javelot ( English: Javelin ) and its very similar successors the WA 21 Javelot II and WA 22 Super Javelot are single seat gliders built in France in the 1950s and 1960s. Well over a hundred were sold as club aircraft and over fifty remain on the French civil register in 2010. Frenc


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Helicopter / Helicopter


#1 Eurocopter UH-72 Lakota

The Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopters ) UH-72 Lakota is a twin-engine helicopter with a single, four-bladed main rotor. The UH-72 is a militarized version of the Eurocopter EC145 , built by American Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopters, Inc. ), a division of Airbus Group, Inc. Light utility multipurp

#2 Sikorsky S-60

The Sikorsky S-60 helicopter , a prototype " flying crane ", was derived from the S-56 in 1958. Proving to be underpowered, the development of the S-60 led to the larger, turbine-engined Sikorsky CH-54 Tarhe military transport helicopter, and its civil S-64 Skycrane variant, which were already on th

#3 Sikorsky Raider X

The Sikorsky Raider X (stylized in all-caps as RAIDER X ) is a compound helicopter concept with two coaxial rotors and a single pusher propeller , designed by the Sikorsky Aircraft division of Lockheed Martin for the United States Army Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) program. The Raider

#4 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

#5 Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft

The Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft ( FARA ) program was initiated by the United States Army in 2018 to develop a successor to the Bell OH-58 Kiowa scout helicopter as part of the Future Vertical Lift program. The OH-58 was retired in 2014; three prior programs for a successor were cancelled p

#6 Meger Heli-Star

The Meger Heli-Star is a homebuilt helicopter developed in 1969. Heli-Star Role Homebuilt aircraft Type of aircraft National origin United States Designer Mike Meger First flight 25 March 1971 Number built 1


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Manufacturer / Manufacturer


#1 OKB Chyetverikov

OKB Chyetverikov was a Soviet aircraft design bureau headed by designer Igor Vyacheslavovich Chyetverikov at the TsAGI ( Tsentrahl'nyy Aerodinamicheskiy i Ghidrodinamicheskiy Institoot - central aerodynamics and hydrodynamics institute) Menzhinskii factory in 1931 in order to produce flying boat des

#2 General Motors

The General Motors Company [2] ( GM ) is an American multinational automotive manufacturing company headquartered in Detroit , Michigan , United States. [3] It is the largest automaker in the United States and was the largest in the world for 77 years before losing the top spot to Toyota in 2008. [4

#3 Reims Aviation

Reims Aviation Industries was a French aircraft manufacturer located in the city of Reims , most recently producing the F406 Caravan II . Reims Aviation was a wholly owned subsidiary of GECI Aviation . [1] Aircraft manufacturer in France Reims Aviation Industries Predecessor Avions Max Holste Defunc

#4 United Aircraft Corporation

The PJSC United Aircraft Corporation ( UAC ) ( Russian : Объединённая авиастроительная корпорация , tr. Obyedinyonnaya Aviastroitelnaya Korporatsiya (OAK) ) is a Russian aerospace and defense corporation . With a majority stake belonging to the Russian government , it consolidates Russian private an

#5 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


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Museum / Museum


#1 Imperial War Museum Duxford

Imperial War Museum Duxford is a branch of the Imperial War Museum near Duxford in Cambridgeshire , England. Britain's largest aviation museum , [2] Duxford houses the museum's large exhibits, including nearly 200 aircraft , military vehicles, artillery and minor naval vessels in seven main exhibiti


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Weapon / Weapon


#1 Iron Dome

Iron Dome ( Hebrew : כִּפַּת בַּרְזֶל , romanized :   Kippat Barzel ) is a mobile all-weather air defense system [8] developed by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems and Israel Aerospace Industries . [7] The system is designed to intercept and destroy short-range rockets and artillery shells fired from

#2 MIM-104 Patriot

The MIM-104 Patriot is a surface-to-air missile (SAM) system, the primary of its kind used by the United States Army and several allied states. It is manufactured by the U.S. defence contractor Raytheon and derives its name from the radar component of the weapon system. The AN/MPQ-53 at the heart of

#3 QF 3-inch 20 cwt

The QF 3   inch 20 cwt anti-aircraft gun became the standard anti-aircraft gun used in the home defence of the United Kingdom against German airships and bombers and on the Western Front in World War I . It was also common on British warships in World War I and submarines in World War II . 20 cwt re

#4 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]

#5 25 mm automatic air defense gun M1940 (72-K)

25   mm automatic air defense gun M1940 (72-K) ( Russian : 25-мм автоматическая зенитная пушка образца 1940 года (72-К) ) was a Soviet 25   mm caliber anti-aircraft gun used during the Great Patriotic War . The gun was developed from the end of 1939 to the beginning of 1940 at 8th Kalinin Artillery

#6 76 mm air-defense gun M1914/15

The 76-mm air-defense gun M1914/15 ( Russian : Зенитная пушка обр. 1914/1915 года ) was the first Russian purpose-built anti-aircraft gun . Adopted during World War I , the gun remained in production until 1934. [1] Anti-aircraft gun 76-mm air-defense gun M1914/15 Type Anti-aircraft gun Railway arti

#7 Sentinel program

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

#8 AGM-114 Hellfire

The AGM-114 Hellfire is an air-to-ground missile (AGM) first developed for anti-armor use, [6] later developed for precision [7] drone strikes against other target types, especially high-value targets . [8] It was originally developed under the name Heliborne laser, fire-and-forget missile , which l

#9 Multi-Mission Launcher

The Multi-Mission Launcher ( MML ) is an open-systems architecture multi-role missile launching system created by the United States Army 's Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center . United States Army missile launching system Multi-Mission Launcher Type short range air def


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