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Bombardier Aerospace media at ILA 200047 viewsDHC-8-401 400Q
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Bombardier Aerospace media at ILA 200050 viewsA DHC-8-401 Q400
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F-BVPZ Sud-Est SE.210 VI-N Caravelle57 viewsc/n 218 ex-YU-AHF Since preserved at Athis-Mons (Orly) without titles, but future of Delta Museum seems uncertain.
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Canadair Challenger 601-3A (N611CL)48 viewsText reads: The first completed Challenger 601-3A business jet features a spacious cabin, 3,430 n.mi. range and quiet, fuel efficient General Electric CF-34-3A turbofan engines which permit the aircraft to operate during airport curfew hours. c/n 5002
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Canadair Challenger 601-3A in flight54 viewsText reads: First production Canadair Challenger 601-3A lifts off from Dorval International Airport, Montréal, to fly Canadair representatives non-stop to the Paris International Air Show. (1987)
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Canadair Challenger 601-1A C-GCFI50 viewsc/n 3020 built 1984 for Nav Canada. A modified version including winglets to reduce drag and more powerful G E CF-34 engines. Certfied for gravel runways.
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Canadair Challenger 601 C-GDBX44 viewsc/n 3046 built Nov 85, to China as B-4005, USA as N601HJ, N601TJ, Luxembourg as LX-AEN, USA again N46R, N228PK, N600GA and still active.
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Canadair Challenger CL-601 N778XX51 viewsc/n 3017 Displayed in Le Bourget 1985 along with N611CL and N601TG. In colours of TAG Air Ambulance. Its founder, Saudi businessman Akram Ojjeh, set his store on the Challenger and placed early orders for the aircraft. His sons, Mansour ans Karim took over, and also owned TAG-Maclaren Racing.
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Canadair CL-21545 viewsText reads: A Canadair CL-215 amphibian airbrushed in the colours of France's Sécurité Civile to illustrate the turboprop version which will have Pratt and Whitney PW123AF engines. First flight of the CL-215T prototype is scheduled for September 1988, and first deliveries are expected in early 1990. (C-FAWQ shown at Paris in 1991)
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Fairchild A-1048 views'A-10 at Davis-Monthan -- The USAF/Fairchild A-10 ground attack aircraft, the new anti-armor attack plane, is being delivered to the 355th Tactical Fighter Wing at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, for training purposes. Above are the aircraft at the air base in various flight and ground configurations. Altogether, Davis-Monthan is scheduled to receive 100 A-10s, with final delivery in December 1981. The A-10 is manufactured by Fairchild Industries, Inc., of Germantown, Maryland'
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ZA101/G-HAWK47 viewsBritish Aerospace Hawk Mk.50/100 demonstrator c/n 41H-4020010 f/f 17/05/1976, last flight 03/02/2005, stored Warton
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Lockheed C-5A 436 MAW52 viewsOfficial Air Force photo by MSGT Don C. Sutherland, DET3, 1361AVS (AAVS) Rhein-Main AB, Germany
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