Photo Album: "Crashed planes"

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“This is small and BIG crashes.”

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Photo ID: 0955534
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Horizon Air
Bombardier DHC-8-401 Q400
Edmonton - International (YEG / CYEG)
Canada - Alberta, February 4, 2005
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N409QX (cn 4051) A horribly cold morning. As depicted in the photo, lots of de-icing/anti-icing applications on this outbound flight to Seattle, Washington.
Richard Barsby - Aviation Photographer
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Photo ID: 1514820
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Horizon Air
Bombardier DHC-8-401 Q400
Wenatchee - Pangborn Memorial (EAT / KEAT)
USA - Washington, April 2009
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N409QX (cn 4051) On the same week I shot the first 777-300ER for Air Austral, the first 777 for LAN, and the first new colors Air France, I shot this - and I can tell you that this was more of a challenge then all those others, combined. I always thought the Q400 looks a little bit like a Pterodactyl from this angle.
Royal S King
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Photo ID: 0306164
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Chang An Airlines
Bombardier DHC-8-402 Q400
Luqa - Malta International (MLA / LMML)
Malta, December 1, 2002
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B-3567 (cn 4005) Call sign 'DHC14'. Over night stopped at Malta Int'l Apt for a technical stop, enroute to China via Alexandria (Egypt) on 30 Nov 2002 after maintenance at Exeter. Dep 01 Dec 2002/AM using Rwy 32 via 'C'. Whilst performing high-power engine runs on the apron it jumped out of the chocks and collided with an airbridge. The roof of the cockpit and cabin was ripped off back as far as the wings, both propellers hit the airbridge and destroyed the engines and one wingtip sliced into the terminal building.
Roberto Benetti
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Photo ID: 0273377
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USA - Air Force
General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (401)
Cleveland - Burke Lakefront (BKL / KBKL)
USA - Ohio, August 31, 2002
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87-0327 / 6 (cn 5C-588) The Thunderbirds. Performing at the Cleveland Airshow. The angle and compression make it look like the aircraft are about to collide.
Kenneth Turley
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Photo ID: 0426846
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USA - Air Force
General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (401)
Mountain Home AFB (MUO / KMUO)
USA - Idaho, September 14, 2003
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87-0327 (cn 5C-588) Approximately 2 minutes after USAF Thunderbird 6 crashed. Shows how close to the tower it came to rest. The pilot ejected safely and waved to the crowd moments after the crash.
Kevin Pearl
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USA - Air Force
General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (401)
Schenectady - County (SCH / KSCH)
USA - New York, August 24, 2003
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87-0327 (cn 5C-588) This Thunderbirds plane crashed three weeks later.Capt. Chris R. Stricklin, 31, the so-called "opposing solo" pilot ejected safely shortly after take off Sunday during the "Gunfighter Skies 2003 Air Show" at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. He narrowly escaped before the $23 million jet exploded in a fireball before 85,000 spectators.Canon 10D camera, Canon 100-400mm lens, 1/1500sec, f/5.6
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