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376. Phenom 300
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The Phenom 300 is a light jet aircraft developed by the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer. It can carry 8 or 9 occupants with a flying range of 1,800 nautical miles. Its price is estimated at US$ 6.65 million, with a production date of 2009. The plane has a flexible configuration for up to nine occupants, with a private rear lavatory, refreshment center and baggage area. At 41,000 feet, the Phenom 300 is pressurized to a cabin altitude of 6,000 feet. The jet features single-point refueling and an externally serviced lavatory. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4944 hits
377. Phenom 100
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The Phenom 100 is a Very Light Jet (VLJ) developed by Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer. It has a capacity for 4 passengers in its normal configuration, but it can carry up to 6 passengers if the lavatory is removed. It has a maximum flying range of 1,320 nautical miles. As of 11th May this year,[clarify] its price is estimated at US$ 2.98 million,[citation needed] with a production date of mid 2008. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2985 hits
378. GeeBee R1
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Granville Brothers Aircraft was an aircraft manufacturer in operation from 1929 until their bankruptcy in 1934. They were located at the Springfield Airport in Springfield, Massachusetts. The Granville Brothers, Zantford, Thomas, Robert, Mark and Edward are best known for the production of the three Gee Bee Super Sportster air racers, the Models Z, R1 and R2, which are synonymous with the golden age of air racing. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3567 hits
379. Airwolf
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The flying Airwolf helicopter was actually a Bell 222 (sometimes unofficially called a Bell 222A, serial number 47085).[2] During filming of the series the helicopter was owned by JetCopters Inc. in Van Nuys, CA.[3] The helicopter was eventually sold after the show ended and became an ambulance helicopter in Germany. The concept behind Airwolf was a supersonic and armed helicopter that could blend in by appearing to be civilian and non-military in origin – "a wolf in sheep's clothing". Airwolf's insignia patch (also designed by Probert) as worn by the flight-crew was a snarling wolf's head with gossamer wings that appears to be wearing a sheepskin complete with the head of lamb over the wolf's forehead; a direct play on "a wolf in sheep's clothing". [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 7235 hits
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According to Nazi mythology, the SS E-IV (Entwicklungsstelle 4) which was a development unit of the SS occult “Order of the Black Sun” was tasked with researching alternative energies to make the Third Reich independent of scarce fuel oil for war production. Their work included developing alternative energies and fuels. This group supposedly developed by 1939 a revolutionary electro-magnetic-gravitic engine which improved Hans Coler’s free energy machine into an energy Konverter coupled to a Van De Graaf band generator and Marconi vortex dynamo (a spherical tank of mercury) to create powerful rotating electromagnetic fields that affected gravity and reduced mass. It was designated the Thule Triebwerk (Thrustwork, a.ka. Tachyonator-7 drive) and was to be installed into a Thule designed disc. Since 1935 the Thule Gesellschaft (Society) had been scouting for a remote, inconspicuous, underdeveloped testing ground for such a craft. Thule found a location in Northwest Germany that was known as (or possibly designated as) Hauneburg. At the establishment of this testing ground and facilities the SS E-IV unit simply referred to the new Thule disc as a war product- the “H-Gerät” (Hauneburg Device). The existence of such a device is disputed by both physicists and historians and is widely regarded as a myth. [wikipedia]  
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 5710 hits | Read more
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A airplane model from Brazilian Air Force – Paper Models
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2919 hits
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Model from CREATIVE PARK - Canon. The Wright Flyer is the aircraft built by the Wright brothers, Wilbur Wright and his younger brother Orville. The main wings were of biplane configuration, and it featured a gasoline engine and two 2.6m diameter propellers which were powered by a chain drive. It was revolutionary in the fact that it could hold a pilot, and it had a horizontal stabilizer in the front and a vertical stabilizer in the rear. The pilot could control the wings via a wire, and lay on his stomach to fly the plane. The plane saw its first successful flight in 1903, at Kitty Hawk in America's North Carolina, and the Wright Flyer is generally considered to hold the title of the first powered, piloted aircraft in the world.
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3572 hits
383. Haunebu II
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According to Nazi mythology, the SS E-IV (Entwicklungsstelle 4) which was a development unit of the SS occult “Order of the Black Sun” was tasked with researching alternative energies to make the Third Reich independent of scarce fuel oil for war production. Their work included developing alternative energies and fuels. This group supposedly developed by 1939 a revolutionary electro-magnetic-gravitic engine which improved Hans Coler’s free energy machine into an energy Konverter coupled to a Van De Graaf band generator and Marconi vortex dynamo (a spherical tank of mercury) to create powerful rotating electromagnetic fields that affected gravity and reduced mass. It was designated the Thule Triebwerk (Thrustwork, a.ka. Tachyonator-7 drive) and was to be installed into a Thule designed disc. Since 1935 the Thule Gesellschaft (Society) had been scouting for a remote, inconspicuous, underdeveloped testing ground for such a craft. Thule found a location in Northwest Germany that was known as (or possibly designated as) Hauneburg. At the establishment of this testing ground and facilities the SS E-IV unit simply referred to the new Thule disc as a war product- the “H-Gerät” (Hauneburg Device). The existence of such a device is disputed by both physicists and historians and is widely regarded as a myth. [wikipedia]  
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 5220 hits | Read more
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A airplane model from Brazilian Air Force – Paper Models. The Aerotec A-122 Uirapuru was a Brazilian military trainer aircraft. It was a low-wing monoplane with tricycle undercarriage that accommodated the pilot and instructor side-by-side. It first flew on 2 June 1965 In October 1967, the Brazilian Air Force ordered 30 aircraft to replace the obsolete Fokker S.11s and S.12s (T-21s and T-22s) that were operating in the Air Force Academy. Later, they ordered another 40, and then 30 more. These were designated T-23. The Bolivian Air Force ordered 36 examples in 1974, which flew until 1997, and in 1975 the Paraguay Air Force ordered 30 aircraft which were still flying as of 2007. Thirty others were sold in the civilian market. The T-23 suffered fatal accidents during spin training. The problem was resolved after a crash in which an instructor described his stricken aircraft's responses to his control inputs all the way to the end. Uirapurus then received a fin under the rear fuselage to correct the issue. In 1980 interest by the airforce in an improved version led to the development of the Uirapuru II [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3219 hits
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A airplane model from Brazilian Air Force – Paper Models. From the Brazilian Aviation Pioneer Alberto Santos-Dumont, this light monoplane can be considered the first ultralight aircraft: Structure made of bamboo cane; Surfaces covered with Chinese silk Its weight was only a 110 kg; Wing Span = 5,50 m; Lenght = 6,20 m; and Engine = 35 HP 2 cylinder. The plans were sold in England for 300 pounds, and in France for 7500 French francs. Many WW1 pilots learned to fly in this machine, even if they didn't like its flight characteristics.
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2983 hits
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A airplane model from Brazilian Air Force – Paper Models. The Fw 58 is a low-wing monoplane with two piston engines mounted in nacelles on the wing leading edges. The crew members sit in an enclosed canopy. Aft of the flight deck, the fuselage is open to form a moveable machine-gun station. The tailwheel undercarriage is retractable. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4400 hits
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A airplane model from Brazilian Air Force – Paper Models. Two-seat light attack version for the Brazilian Air Force. [wikipedia] Paper Model design by Alberto Alonso
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3396 hits
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A airplane model from Brazilian Air Force – Paper Models. P-40N (manufactured 1943-44), the final production model. The P-40N featured a stretched rear fuselage to counter the torque of the larger, late-war Allison engine, and the rear deck of the cockpit behind the pilot was cut down at a moderate slant to improve rearward visibility. A great deal of work was also done to try and eliminate excess weight to improve the Warhawk's climb rate. Early N production blocks dropped a .50 cal (12.7 mm) gun from each wing, bringing the total back to four; later production blocks reintroduced it after complaints from units in the field. Supplied to Commonwealth air forces as the Kittyhawk Mk IV. A total of 553 P-40Ns were acquired by the Royal Australian Air Force, making it the variant most commonly used by the RAAF. Subvariants of the P-40N ranged widely in specialization from stripped down four-gun "hot rods" which could reach the highest top speeds of any production variant of the P-40 (up to 380 mph), to overweight types with all the extras intended for fighter-bombing or even training missions. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 5426 hits
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A airplane model from Brazilian Air Force – Paper Models. Refinements of the Thunderbolt continued, leading to the definitive P-47D, of which 12,602 examples were built. The "D" model actually consisted of a series of evolving production blocks, the last of which were visibly different from the first. The first P-47Ds were actually the same as P-47Cs. Republic could not produce Thunderbolts fast enough at its Farmingdale plant on Long Island, so a new plant was built at Evansville, Indiana. The Evansville plant built a total of 110 P-47Ds, which were completely identical to P-47C-2s. Farmingdale aircraft were identified by the "-RE" suffix after the block number, while Evansville aircraft were given the "-RA" suffix. The P-47D-1 through P-47D-6, the P-47D-10, and the P-47D-11 successively incorporated changes such as the addition of more engine cooling flaps around the back of the cowl to reduce the engine overheating problems that had been seen in the field. Engines and engine subsystems saw refinement, as did the fuel, oil and hydraulic systems. Additional armor protection was also added for the pilot. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 6200 hits
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Model from CREATIVE PARK - Canon. This model is based on the "Vietnam Airlines AIRBUS320," a passenger aircraft manufactured by Airbus and operated by Vietnam Airlines. The AIRBUS320's flight path links 16 Vietnamese cities with 27 cities around the world. Passengers can enjoy everything from domestic flights within Vietnam, to sojourns to exotic Indochina locations such as the neighboring Cambodia, famous for the Angkor Wat temples, and the treasure trove of world heritage sites that is Laos, or even venture to other parts of South East Asia, Europe, Australia, etc. The airplane's body displays Vietnam Airlines' logo, the lotus flower. Onboard, passengers are greeted by flight attendants dressed in the traditional Vietnamese "Aozai" garment. The AIRBUS320 features an overall length of 37.57m and is 11.76m high, with a wingspan of 34.10m. With a maximum take-off weight of 77 tons and an economical cruising speed of 877 km/h (when at an altitude of 10668m), it can cover distances of up to 5,550 km.
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4345 hits
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Model from CREATIVE PARK - Canon. This model is based on the STARFLYER AIRBUS A320, a passenger aircraft manufactured by Airbus and operated by Star Flyer Inc., and covers the route between Tokyo's Haneda Airport and Kitakyushu. This beautifully refined black aircraft was designed with the image of "21st century chic". Seat numbers have been reduced to 144 from the standard 170, allowing 12cm extra legroom for each seat. All seats are covered in leather, and equipped with power outlets for laptop computers, and plasma screen personal TV sets. The AIRBUS A320 features an overall length of 37.57m and is 11.76m high, with a wingspan of 34.10m. With a maximum take-off weight of 77 tons and an economical cruising speed of 840 km/h, it can cover distances of up to 5,500 km.
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3955 hits
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Model from CREATIVE PARK - Canon. Since it was founded twenty-three years ago, Virgin Atlantic Airways has become Britain's second largest airline serving the world's major cities.The Airbus A340-600 is the longest-range aircraft in the world, at 75.3 m. It also has a modified wing with an increased span of 63.4 m.The new A340-600 entered service with launch customer Virgin Atlantic in July 2002. The A340-600 is configured with 308 seats in the Virgin Atlantic three class layout. The AIRBUS A340-600 features an overall length of 75.30m and is 17.3m high, with a wingspan of 63.45m. With a maximum take-off weight of 365 tons, it can cover distances of up to 13,900 km.
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4624 hits
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Very simple Model from www.landrum-brown.com 747-400 The 747-400 is an improved version of the 747-300 with increased wingspan, winglets, revised engines and a glass cockpit that removed the need for a flight engineer. The 747-400 passenger version features a stretched upper deck (SUD) like the 747-300 as a standard feature. In 1989, a Qantas 747-400 flew non-stop from London to Sydney, a distance of 9,720 nmi (11,190 mi, 18,000 km) in 20 hours and 9 minutes, although this was a delivery flight with no passengers or freight aboard.[4] Production of the 747-400 passenger version officially ceased on March 15, 2007.[1] The last four -400s on order were canceled by Philippine Airlines (which switched to the 777-300ER). The last to order the -400 was China Airlines in November 2002, with the last passenger 747-400 constructed in 2005 and delivered in April of that year.[1] It was the 1358th 747 (MSN33737/B-18215). After 40 years, the final 737-200 aircraft in the United States flying scheduled passenger service were phased out on 31 March 2008 with the last flights of Aloha Airlines (Aloha continues to fly its interisland cargo flights). The aircraft had been eliminated from regular service in the continental United States in 2006, when Delta Air Lines withdrew the type. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 6810 hits
394. Airbus 380
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Very simple Model from www.landrum-brown.com The Airbus A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine airliner manufactured by the European corporation Airbus, an EADS subsidiary. The largest passenger airliner in the world, the A380 made its maiden flight on 27 April 2005 from Toulouse, France,[2] and made its first commercial flight on 25 October 2007 from Singapore to Sydney with Singapore Airlines. The aircraft was known as the Airbus A3XX during much of its development phase, but the nickname Superjumbo has since become associated with it. The A380's upper deck extends along almost the entire length of the fuselage, and its width is equivalent to that of a widebody aircraft. This allows for a cabin with 50% more floor space than the next-largest airliner, the Boeing 747-400,[3] and provides seating for 525 people in standard three-class configuration[4][5] or up to 853 people in all economy class configuration.[6] The A380 is offered in passenger and freighter versions. The A380-800, the passenger model, is the largest passenger airliner in the world, but has a shorter fuselage than the Airbus A340-600 which is Airbus' next biggest passenger aeroplane. The A380-800F, the freighter model, is offered as one of the largest freight aircraft, with a listed payload capacity exceeded only by the Antonov An-225.[7] The A380-800 has a design range of 15,200 kilometres (8,200 nmi), sufficient to fly from New York to Hong Kong for example, and a cruising speed of Mach 0.85 (about 900 km/h or 560 mph at cruising altitude). [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 6717 hits
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Model from CREATIVE PARK - Canon. The Spirit of St. Louis (also known as the Ryan NYP-1) is a single-engine plane that was successfully flown by Charles Lindbergh as a solo non-stop transatlantic flight. The main external features of the craft were its lack of front windshield, and its wings, which were extremely long compared to its body. The aircraft took off from New York's Long Island and flew 5,810km to Paris. The journey took 33 hours, 29 minutes and 29.8 seconds, which was regarded as quite fast at the time. It was the first solo, non-stop flight to travel this route. This papercraft Spirit of St. Louis is about one twenty eighth the size of the real Spirit of St. Louis.
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3250 hits

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