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thefacebook vol 747 By Chris Bowes
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Continental Airlines By peter dancey
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Throughout its existence Continental has never been in a position to present a threat to its giant compatriots, Following a period of over ambitious rapid growth in the 1980's it lapsed into Chapter... More > 11 but having recovered now in the new millennium is enjoying better fortunes.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS: THE DEADLIEST SINGLE AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT IN AVIATION HISTORY The Crash of Japan Airlines Flight 123 By Hans Griffioen, editor
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On August 12, 1985, a Japan Airlines B-747 aircraft lost, shortly after take-off, part of its tail and crashed in the mountains northwest of Tokyo. Of the 524 persons on board 520 were killed, 4... More > survived the accident. The accident was caused by a rupture of the aft pressure bulkhead of the aircraft, and the subsequent ruptures of a part of the fuselage tail, vertical fin and hydraulic flight control systems. The rupture happened as the result of an improper repair after an accident with the aircraft in Osaka, in June 1978.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS: THE DEADLIEST SINGLE AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT IN AVIATION HISTORY The Crash of Japan Airlines Flight 123 By Hans Griffioen, editor
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On August 12, 1985, a Japan Airlines B-747 aircraft lost, shortly after take-off, part of its tail and crashed in the mountains northwest of Tokyo. Of the 524 persons on board 520 were killed, 4... More > survived the accident. The accident was caused by a rupture of the aft pressure bulkhead of the aircraft, and the subsequent ruptures of a part of the fuselage tail, vertical fin and hydraulic flight control systems. The rupture happened as the result of an improper repair after an accident with the aircraft in Osaka, in June 1978.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS, INFERNO IN AMSTERDAM The Crash of El Al Flight 1862 By George Cramoisi, editor
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On 4 October 1992, El Al Israel Airlines Flight 1862, a Boeing 747-200 Freighter, departed from Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, on its way to Tel Aviv, Israel. Seven minutes after take-off the plane... More > lost engine no. 3 and 4 and crashed in an apartment block just outside Amsterdam, killing 43 people. The investigation concluded that the design and certification of the B 747 pylon was inadequate to provide the required level of safety. Furthermore the system to ensure structural integrity by inspection failed.< Less
Air Crash Investigations - Inferno in Amsterdam - The Crash of El Al Flight 1862 By George Cramoisi, Editor
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On October 4, 1992, at 17:20 UTC, El Al Israel Airlines Flight 1862, a Boeing 747-200 Freighter, with three crewmembers and one non-revenue passenger on board, took off from runway 01L at Schiphol... More > Airport, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. At 17:27.30 UTC, with the aircraft at flight level 65, engine no. 3 and its pylon separated from the aircraft and damaged part of the leading edge of the right wing. The no. 3 engine then struck engine no. 4, causing this engine and its pylon to depart the wing. During an attempt to return to Schiphol Airport control was lost and at 17:36 UTC the aircraft crashed into a residential area in a suburb of Amsterdam, killing 43 people (4 on board, 39 on the ground). The investigation concluded that the design and certification of the B 747 pylon was found to be inadequate to provide the required level of safety.< Less
Air Crash Investigations - The Deadliest Single Aircraft Accident in Aviation History - The Crash of Japan Airlines Flight 123 By Hans Griffioen, Editor
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On August 12, 1985, a Japan Airlines B-747 aircraft, on its way from Tokyo to Osaka, lost shortly after take-off (around around 1825) from Tokyo part of its tail. At the time of the emergency the... More > aircraft was approaching the east coast of Southern lzu Peninsula, and after a continued flight of about 30 minutes the aircraft crashed among mountains in Ueno Village, Tano Gun, Gunma Prefecture at approximately 1856 hours. On board the aircraft were 509 passengers (including 12 infants) and a crew of 15; 524 persons in total, of which 520 persons (505 passengers and 15 crew-members) were killed, and 4 passengers seriously injured. The aircraft was destroyed and fire occurred. The accident was caused by an improper repair after an accident in Osaka in 1978.< Less
Boeing Testbeds, 2020 calendar By Brian Lockett
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A dozen photos of Boeing Testbeds. Aircraft pictured include: General Electric 727-63 Unducted Fan Testbed N32720, Mojave Airport, November 9, 1986, NT-43A Radar Test Bed 73-1155, Death Valley,... More > January 24, 2003, U. S. A. F. YAL-1A Airborne Laser 01-0001, Boron, California, March 29, 2005, U. S. Army 767-200 Airborne Surveillance Testbed N767BA, Victorville, California, June 17, 2005, Australian Air Force 737-7ES N378BC Wedgetail AEWC, Victorville, California, July 9, 2005, 757-200 F-22 Avionics Testbed N757A, Palmdale, California, February 13, 2006, Evergreen International 747-273C Supertanker N470EV, San Bernardino, May 31, 2006, NASA 747SP-21 N747NA SOFIA, Boron, California, May 31, 2007, GE 747-121 Engine Testbed N747GE, Victorville, California, August 5, 2007, Honeywell 720-051B Trent 1000 testbed N720H, Phoenix, December 27, 2007, Rolls Royce 747-257B Engine Testbed N787RR, Tucson, Arizona, March 4, 2018, Honeywell 757-225 engine testbed N757HW, Phoenix, April 19, 2018,< Less
Vintage and Veteran TWA Airliners, 2020calendar 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, and Lockheed 12A Junior Electra NC18137, Santa Maria, October 21, 2006.< Less
Boeing Prototypes, 2020 calendar By Brian Lockett
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A dozen photos of Boeing Prototypes. Aircraft pictured include: 367-80 Stratoliner N70700, MASDC, Arizona, November 12, 1973, #1 747-121 N1352B, Boeing Field, Washington, June 18, 1973, #2 EC-137D... More > AWACS 71-1408, Boeing Field, Washington, June 18, 1973, #1 757-200 F-22 Avionics Testbed N757A, Air Force Plant 42, Palmdale, California, February 13, 2006, #1 767-200 Airborne Surveillance Testbed N767BA, Victorville, California, June 17, 2005, #1 717-200 N717XB, Palmdale, California, September 24, 1999, #1 737-900 Prototype N737X, Edwards Air Force Base, California, November 2, 2000, #1 737-8EH Short Field N6067U, Santa Barbara, California, March 15, 2006, YAL-1A Airborne Laser 01-0001, Boron, California, March 29, 2005, #3 747-8F N50217, Mesa Gateway Airport, Arizona, June 21, 2010, #6 787-8 N787ZA, Mesa Gateway Airport, Arizona, November 11, 2011, #3 787-8 N787BX, Phoenix, Arizona, March 12, 2012, #4 737-8 Max N8704Q, Phoenix, Arizona, September 25, 2016.< Less

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