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Photo ID: 2425626
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Pakistan International Airlines - PIA
Airbus A310-308
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, March 14, 2014
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AP-BEQ (cn 656) PIA787 inbound Karachi KHI what a great suprise an A310 which are very rare but still great to see with very few active now. Seen on finals for Rwy27L with an Aer Lingus A320 on the down wind just infront of engine no2, as the sun drops slowly beyond the horizon. First Flight July 1992 built for a LACSA as a A310-304 but not taken converted to a 308 and delivered to PIA 21st Dec 1993
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Photo ID: 2400787
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Grumman Martlet I (G-36)
Yeovilton (YEO / EGDY)
UK - England, October 24, 2013
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AL246 (cn 656) The Naval version of the Wildcat was known as the Martlett with the Royal Navy and this beautiful example is teh sole survivor of the type. It is displayed in the Fleet Air Arm Museum
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Photo ID: 2376419
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Grumman Martlet I (G-36)
Yeovilton (YEO / EGDY)
UK - England, December 27, 2013
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AL246 (cn 656) This beautifully restored Martlet is now on display in Hall 2 of the Fleet Air Arm Museum. This is the only surviving F4F-4 and was originally intended for French AF service but transferred to the RAF after the fall of France in 1940. She spent most of WWII stationed in Scotland and then as an instructional airframe before arriving at the museum in the late 1950s.
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