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Airpower 19 with his replica of the Tummelisa from the 20ies despite adverse weather conditions.

Airpower 19 with his replica of the Tummelisa from the 20ies despite adverse weather conditions.

Warplanes
First of all: I am posting this photo only because nobody has been harmed! Mikael Carlson flew a great demonstration at Airpower 19 with his replica of the Tummelisa from the 20ies despite adverse weather conditions. During landing his aircraft was caught by a gust of wind and hit a taxiway sign during taxiing out and rolled over in succession. The rescue chain was triggered immediately and worked perfectly! The pilot remained unhurt! Considerable material damage was caused to the plane. Day 26 "Emergency Services" @kjdphoto1971 Source
The aircraft that shaped private jet travel

The aircraft that shaped private jet travel

Airplanes, Flight Technology
Business jets have created a world of opportunity for businesses and high wealth individuals around the world, allowing them the ability to fly themselves or send predominant staff to places that commercial flights can’t reach. They allowed these executives to attend imperative meetings and be home for dinner. The social status of owners increased as well, showcasing to others that they were long on financial resources and short on time. The following are four aircraft that changed the world in regards to time efficiency, business productivity, and social status.  What is most interesting is that all four originated from military contracts with the intent of being quicker and more efficient than predecessors. Lockheed JetStar – L329 Deliveries: 202 (1961-1980) Lockheed create...
NSFW A pervert’s guide to the 10 best-looking British aircraft

NSFW A pervert’s guide to the 10 best-looking British aircraft

Airplanes, Flight Technology
In 2020 we chose the 10 best looking aeroplanes from Britain.  In 2020 we handed over list to the most misanthropic man to be type-qualified on the Twin Otter, Geoff  G. Visser. Here in startling mordancy, is his assessment of our choices.  The following views may be considered offensive and should not be read by children or Air Chief Marshals. All complaints should be addressed to Mr Visser directly, and not this site. Over to Mr Visser: “Among all the high-altitude hypoxic autoerotic asphyxiation slash-fiction scribbled by those chosen few, not many words stick out as sharply as those written by the late John Gillespie Magee Jr, the writer of the poem High Flight.  It should come as no surprise that the delirious ecstasy of early flight was sexualised by the horny young ...