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26-March-2017
Look at that crowd! RWY 01 is still a very popular spotting location!
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-March-2017
spotting location RWY 01 with C-GHKX on short final
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-February-2017
Cessna, MD, Embraer and Airbus together
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22-September-2017
Moreton in the Marsh Fire Training Centre.
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-February-2017
Santa Barbara Airlines on short final
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-February-2017
with Azur A330 + Emirates 777 on the apron and jetBlue N346JB during take off
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16-September-2017
Overview Faro Airport with dark smoke of a bushfire in the background.
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14-July-2017
Aerial view of Wellesbourne airfield after departure
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5-July-2017
Aerial view of the former LEC Refrigeration airfield at Bognor which closed sometime in the 1990's but is being reopened and used for gliding
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14-July-2017
Aerial view of the former RAF Gaydon airfield which was once home to Valiant V Bombers. After it closed it is now owned by Jaguar Land Rover group and used for car testing on the runway as well as the home of the British Motor Museum. The control tower and signal square are still present.
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3-September-2017
Exactly the spot where the most fatal accident in civil aviation occurred in 1977 when two Jumbo Jets collided killing 583 people.
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26-June-2017
Looking down runway 08 clearly showing the extension that was added in 1998
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21-June-2017
RAF Manston History Museum. Aircraft visible - Shorts 360, Lightning, Jaguar, Tornado, Whirlwind, Jet Provost and a PZL Iskra