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Email Autor Correction ID #1666837 / 12 Views
VT-CQQ This Super Chief was manufactured in 1948. It was de-registered on May 19, 2006, which means it probably flew for close to six decades in Indian skies. It’s even nicer to see this aircraft preserved inside a hangar alongside HUL-26 Pushpak VT-EHZ, which was de-registered on the same date. HAL’s Pushpak was a close copy of the Aeronca Super Chief, differing in the size of its tail and rudder. (more of VT-CQQ)
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VT-ELX Geological Survey of India (GSI) Twin Otter equipped with a high sensitivity Cesium magnetometer and a multi-channel gamma ray spectrometer. Aircraft are conducting airborne surveys over the initial Obvious Geological Potential (OGP) areas of India comprising of 814,861 sq. km. These airborne surveys are part of the National Airborne Geophysical Mapping Programme to locate oil & gas, gold, minerals and diamonds. (more of VT-ELX)
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VT-ULX Ultralight in derelict condition at Jakkur Aerodrome. These were built at Corman Air Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and powered with a 65 hp engine with a MTOW of 194 kg. (more of VT-ULX)