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thefacebook vol 727 By Chris Bowes
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Choral "Herzlich tut mich verlangen" (bwv727) - Trompette et Orgue / Trumpet & Organ By Johann Sebastian BACH
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Choral "Herzlich tut mich verlangen" (bwv727) pour Trompette en Ut ou en Sib & Grand Orgue.8 pages.*** Choral "Herzlich tut mich verlangen" (bwv727) for C or Bb Trumpet &... More > Pipe Organ.8 pages.< Less
Choral "Herzlich tut mich verlangen" (bwv727) - Trompette et Orgue / Trumpet & Organ By Johann Sebastian BACH
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Choral "Herzlich tut mich verlangen" (bwv727) pour Trompette en Ut ou en Sib & Grand Orgue.8 pages.*** Choral "Herzlich tut mich verlangen" (bwv727) for C or Bb Trumpet &... More > Pipe Organ.8 pages.< Less
The Randall M. Rueff Comic Strip # 9,727 - 9,740 By Randall M. Rueff
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The Randall M. Rueff Comic Strip # 9,727 - 9,740 3-17-2014 A.D.
3-view drawing - Plan 3 vues - Boeing 727-100 By Elodie ROUX
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When you purchase this aircraft 3-view drawing, you download a pdf file at vector format. It can be used with vectorial drawing software such as CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape, ... Thus,... More > the Edition Elodie Roux logo can be easily removed. _________________________________ Lorsque vous achetez ce plan 3 vues d'avion, vous téléchargez un fichier pdf au format vectoriel. Ce fichier peut être utilisé à l'aide de logiciels de dessin vectoriel tels que CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape... Cela vous permettra de retirer facilement le logo des Éditions Élodie Roux.< Less
3-view drawing - Plan 3 vues - Boeing 727-200 By Elodie ROUX
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When you purchase this aircraft 3-view drawing, you download a pdf file at vector format. It can be used with vectorial drawing software such as CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape, ... Thus,... More > the Edition Elodie Roux logo can be easily removed. _________________________________ Lorsque vous achetez ce plan 3 vues d'avion, vous téléchargez un fichier pdf au format vectoriel. Ce fichier peut être utilisé à l'aide de logiciels de dessin vectoriel tels que CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape... Cela vous permettra de retirer facilement le logo des Éditions Élodie Roux.< Less
Vintage and Veteran TWA Airliners, 2012 calendar By Brian Lockett
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Six photos of veteran airliners restored in TWA livery and six vintage photos of TWA jetliners from the 1970s: Boeing 707-131 N749TW, Los Angeles, July 11, 1972 Lockheed L-1011-1 N31014, Phoenix,... More > November 10, 1973 Lockheed L-1011-1 N31008, San Francisco, August 6, 1974 Boeing 747-131 N93113, Los Angeles, December 29, 1974 Boeing 727-131 N852TW, Phoenix, February 8, 1975 Boeing 707-131B N86741, Los Angeles, March 28, 1975 Douglas DC-2 NC1934D, MCAS el Toro, April 29, 1989 Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation N6937C, Van Nuys May 13, 2005 Douglas DC-2 NC1934D, Santa Maria, October 6, 2006 Lockheed 12A Junior Electra NC18137, Santa Maria, October 21, 2006< Less
Vintage and Veteran TWA Airliners, 2013 calendar By Brian Lockett
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Six photos of veteran airliners restored in TWA livery and six vintage photos of TWA jetliners from the 1970s: Boeing 707-131 N749TW, Los Angeles, July 11, 1972 Lockheed L-1011-1 N31014, Phoenix,... More > November 10, 1973 Lockheed L-1011-1 N31008, San Francisco, August 6, 1974 Boeing 747-131 N93113, Los Angeles, December 29, 1974 Boeing 727-131 N852TW, Phoenix, February 8, 1975 Boeing 707-131B N86741, Los Angeles, March 28, 1975 Douglas DC-2 NC1934D, MCAS el Toro, April 29, 1989 Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation N6937C, Van Nuys May 13, 2005 Douglas DC-2 NC1934D, Santa Maria, October 6, 2006 Lockheed 12A Junior Electra NC18137, Santa Maria, October 21, 2006< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS, MISJUDGMENT IN THE VIRGIN ISLANDS The Crash of American Airlines Flight 625 By Hans Griffioen
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On April 27, 1976, American Airlines, Flight 625, a Boeing 727-95, operated as a scheduled passenger flight from Providence, Rhode Island, to Harry S Truman Airport, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas,... More > Virgin Islands, with a stop at John F. Kennedy -International Airport, New York. The flight departed JFK at 1200 with 88 persons, including 7 crewmembers, aboard. At about 1510, during landing at the Harry S Truman Airport, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, flight 625 overran the departure end of runway 9, struck the ILS antenna, crashed through a fence, and came to rest against a building located 1,040 feet beyond the end of the runway. The aircraft was destroyed, 35 passengers and 2 flight attendants were killed. The National Transportation Safety Board determines that the probable cause of the accident was the captain's actions and his misjudgment in initiating a go-around maneuver with insufficient runway remaining after a long touchdown.< Less
Air Crash Investigations - Misjudgment in the Virgin Islands - The Crash of American Airlines Flight 625 By Hans Griffioen, Editor
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On April 27, 1976, American Airlines, Flight 625, a Boeing 727-95, operated as a scheduled passenger flight from Providence, Rhode Island, to Harry S Truman Airport, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas,... More > Virgin Islands, with a stop at John F. Kennedy -International Airport, New York. The flight departed JFK at 1200 with 88 persons, including 7 crewmembers, aboard. At about 1510, during landing at the Harry S Truman Airport, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, flight 625 overran the departure end of runway 9, struck the ILS antenna, crashed through a fence, and came to rest against a building located 1,040 feet beyond the end of the runway. The aircraft was destroyed, 35 passengers and 2 flight attendants were killed. The National Transportation Safety Board determines that the probable cause of the accident was the captain's actions and his misjudgment in initiating a go-around maneuver with insufficient runway remaining after a long touchdown.< Less