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27-August-2020
A part of terminal 1 seen while approaching RWY 25R.
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12-October-2020
Future Terminal 3 under construction
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12-October-2020
Stored aircraft around a concourse under construction for the future terminal 3
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16-June-2019
A nice bunch of airplanes was participated in 2019 Memorial Hans Gutmann Tourist Rally.
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13-November-2019
Delta time at Marana
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-October-2020
VH-SQR, OE-IQA, D-ABGK and some more are stored at CGN due to the Corona crisis (more of VH-SQR)
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12-October-2020
Brand-new D-ALFI with Cargo Human Care stickers
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12-October-2020
Parked longhaul aircraft at future T3 including the retro jumbo
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12-October-2020
Terminal 2 is also partly used for parked aircraft
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12-October-2020
A different angle on FRA's busy north side
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-May-2020
visitor terrace DUS Airport from another view point
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7-October-2020
Airport overview with eight British Airways B747-400's and another seven B747's, the most there has ever been present at one time at Kemble.
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4-July-2011
The 2521 m. runway of Erding airbase seen from above after departing MUC for BLQ on I-ADJN. Formerly a Luftwaffe training field prior to and during World War II, it was taken over by the USAF from 1945-1957, after which it was returned to the Luftwaffe. Fliegerhorst Erding ceased to be a front line fighter airbase and became home in 2002 to the 1st Air Force Maintenance Regiment (LwInsthRgt 1) providing technical and logistical support.
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2-September-2020
Terminal and tower of Hoga Kusten (high coast) airport. The name derives from the rise of the land after the retreat of the glaciers by about 300 meters (by about 8 mm every year), which is one of the fastest rising land masses on earth!