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Photo ID: 0909261
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USA - Air Force
McDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle
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Iceland, February 7, 1997
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82-0018 / FF (cn 831/C249) Taken from a tanker with the F-15C banking after taking on fuel.
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Photo ID: 0805101
Views: 234160
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USA - Air Force
Boeing E-3A Sentry (707-300)
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Iceland, May 3, 1979
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76-1605 (cn 21435/924) Taken atop a barrel roll of F-4E, 66-0323 above this formation of Boeing E-3A, 76-1605, F-4Es, 66-0330 and 66-0382. This photograph was a well kept secret for some years, as the pilot specifically asked that it not be shown to USAF officials, because one was not supposed to roll around the E-3A! The snow on the ground makes the airplanes difficult to spot, but it is something not likely to be done again.
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Photo ID: 0071709
Views: 227124
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Icelandair Cargo
Boeing 757-23APF
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Iceland, March 6, 2000
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TF-FIG (cn 24456/237) Boeing 757-200F, TF-FIG, photographed over slopes of Mount Hekla on March 6, 2000. The volcano erupted a week and a half before, but was now dormant. The new lava is still smoking and hot. This is the new all cargo 757. Pilot was Captain Páll Stefánsson.
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Photo ID: 1177752
Views: 184279
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Icelandair
Boeing 757-208
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Iceland, August 26, 2006
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TF-FIO (cn 29436/859) Taken during a photomission for Icelandair. Taken from Dornier 228, TF-CSF over Álftanes.
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Photo ID: 0951441
Views: 158599
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NASA
Martin/General Dynamics WB-57F
Keflavik (KEF / BIKF)
Iceland, October 23, 2005
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N928NA / 28 (cn 119) Seldom seen in the lower altutudes, but here seen doing a low fly by of runway 02 before continuing to Goose Bay, Labrador on the way home from England.
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Photo ID: 1179938
Views: 130377
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Air Atlanta Icelandic
Boeing 747-341
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Iceland, April 26, 2000
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TF-ATH (cn 24106/701) Taken over the mountains east of Reykjavík on a photomission for Air Atlanta.
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Photo ID: 1785516
Views: 122591
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All Nippon Airways - ANA
Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
Keflavik (KEF / BIKF)
Iceland, September 3, 2010
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N787EX (cn 40691/2) Dreamliner 002 doing crosswind testing at Keflavik this morning. The light was atrocious, but the winds were 25 gusting 30 knots, which is not as much as for the A380, when they were almost constantly blowing 45 knots. This shows the plane crabbing into runway 20 with the wind from the east. One can see the runway marker line like the aircraft is landing across it.
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Photo ID: 0012188
Views: 92204
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Flugfelag Islands - Air Iceland
Fokker 50
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Iceland, May 9, 1998
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TF-FIS (cn 20244) Photographed from a Piper Chieftain with the escape hatch removed. Note how the light reflected from the Myrdals glacier lights up the fuselage bottom.
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Photo ID: 1140951
Views: 90479
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Airbus A380-841
Keflavik (KEF / BIKF)
Iceland, November 10, 2006
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F-WWDD (cn 004) Airbus A380 F-WWDD comes to the famous crosswind field. The A380 did six landings in 40-50 knot 90? crosswinds, landing on runway 02, turning around on the other end and taking off on runway 20. This is the last landing taken from the south taxiway with the runway easily visible. Note the condensation from the engines.
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Photo ID: 1525192
Views: 88619
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Air Atlanta Icelandic
Boeing 747-341
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Iceland, April 26, 2000
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TF-ATH (cn 24106/701) Taken with the small town of Hveragerði in the background. Done by having the photoship do a climbing turn to the right while the 747 flies straight on.
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Photo ID: 1388951
Views: 86741
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Icelandair
Boeing 757-208
Reykjavik (RKV / BIRK)
Iceland, August 27, 2008
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TF-FIV (cn 30424/956) On the occasion of the Icelandic Silver Medalist Olympic team arriving in Iceland they were flown seperately from Keflavik to Reykjavík for a royal welcome celebration. TF-FIV was accompanied by two Coast Guard helicopters and DC-3, TF-NPK. The 757 captain got permission for a low approach to runway 19 and here is was must certainly be an Olympic record for low approaches by a 757 approximately 20 feet off the runway in this photo.
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Photo ID: 0073625
Views: 82971
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EH Industries
EHI EH-101
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Greenland, September 1999
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I-LIOI (cn 50009/PP9) Taken in September 1999 on a photographic mission to Kulusuk, Greenland, the weather and the icebergs cooperated in a superb way.
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Photo ID: 2107788
Views: 55750
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Icelandair
Boeing 757-208
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Iceland, September 20, 1990
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TF-FIH (cn 24739/273) Photographed over Reykjavík from a Cessna 402. Scanned from a negative.
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Photo ID: 1680139
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Cessna 172M Skyhawk II
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Iceland, March 30, 2010
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TF-UTA / 523 (cn 17265561) Taken close to the current eruption in southern Iceland, where molten lava has been coming up for a week. This is taken from CAP-10, TF-UFO through the plastic with a 28-70mm lens, as the closeness of the canopy does not allow a bigger lens. The lava fortunately came up between two glaciers, otherwise a major flood of melting glacier might have caused casualties and property damage. The eruption is at an altitude of 1100 meters and the temperature at the time of the photo was -15 degrees Centigrade. This has been a very big tourist attraction and many people have walked for over 5 hours from the south to the site and then back for another 5 hours. It took us 20 minutes from the airfield at Mosfellsbær.
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