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Female Pilots Flying Aircraft

Sabrina makes perfect Airbus landing  In the cockpit of the Air Arabia A320 for a flight from Peshawar Pakistan to Sharjah UAE. Inexperienced girl trying to land A320   It is Greta’s very first time sitting in the cockpit and she has no idea how to handle the plane. BAA …

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10 Most Expensive Presidential Planes In The World

10 Most Expensive Presidential Planes In The World

10 Most Expensive Presidential Planes In The World 10. Boeing 777-300ER, Bangladesh, $260 million You may not equate Bangladesh with a lavish lifestyle, but when it comes to the Boeing 777-300ER, you have got $260 million worth of excellence. This twin jet broke aviation headlines back in 2014 and features seating for …

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Boeing Phantom Eye

Boeing Phantom Eye Phantom Eye is a liquid hydrogen-fueled, high-altitude and long-endurance unmanned aircraft system for persistent intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and communications missions. The demonstrator aircraft is capable of maintaining its altitude for up to four days while carrying a 450-pound payload. Typical payloads include multiple sensor packages for …

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V 22 Osprey Tilt Rotor Aircraft

V 22 Osprey Tilt Rotor Aircraft Article originally  appeared on Air-force technology   The V-22 Osprey is a joint-service, medium-lift, multimission tilt-rotor aircraft developed by Boeing and Bell Helicopters. Boeing is responsible for the fuselage, landing gear, avionics, electrical and hydraulic systems, performance and flying qualities. Bell Helicopter Textron is …

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