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  • LH-B744
    started a topic German Air Force

    German Air Force

    Well. I should be able to say only the best words here in this topic.

    But probably I am also one of only two jetphotos members who knows a little bit more than the average guy on the street. So. I think this topic must be discussed on a brilliant aviation platform like jetphotos. With honest words, no exaggerated politeness.

    Sometimes I like to say, well, why don't you call a B744, there is at least one in Germany. Mostly I've said something like that when a member of the
    German Government ordered a flight, but that flight was not able to take off.

    Now, as I am not the only person who wonders how you can be a member of the German Government and order a flight but not be able to take off,
    let's discuss it.

    Jetphotos indeed is a briliant platform, jetphotos like this included:
    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9032737 This is an Airbus A310-300, the series was built between 1982 and 1998. The a/c in the photo is ex re...
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    Last edited by LH-B744; 2019-04-27, 00:31. Reason: Buenos Aires.

  • Boeing Shanghai signs maintenance agreement with Aeroflot!

    Fabuluous, and great news for both parties. That said, I wonder how much longer Aeroflot plans to have the 767s in operation? I guess with the maintainance being preformed at PVG, it's not too far away from a home base to cause major inconveniences. BTW, how long has Aeroflot had their 767 fleet? Will many of them be coming up on C checks soon?...
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  • Theory of "Plane Crashes"

    I just came back from my Egypt trip, and I went through four flights. It was during these flights that I was reminded of the recent plane crashes. Here are the run-downs of the most recent crashes:

    June 30, 2009 - A Yemen Airways aircraft carrying a total of 153 people crashes in the waters of the Indian Ocean archipelago of Comoros.

    June 1, 2009 - An Air France Airbus A330-200 jetliner carrying 228 people crashes over the Atlantic. 51 bodies and 600 pieces of wreckage are recovered before the search for survivors is called off on June 26.

    May 20, 2009 - An Indonesian C130 military transport plane carrying 110 passengers and crew crashes and bursts into flames 6.5 km from the Iswahyudi air force base in East Java while preparing to land, killing 98 people including two on the ground.

    15 July, 2009 - Caspian Airlines is completely destroyed in the crash Jannatabad, Iran. All 153 passengers and 15 crew members were killed. Among...
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