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Sunrise from airplane window, approaching New Zealand.

Sunrise from airplane window, approaching New Zealand.

A series of airplanes approaching Copenhagen Airport. Almost like stars landing from the sky...

A series of airplanes approaching Copenhagen Airport. Almost like stars landing from the sky...

Paris Orly Airport in the late 40s or early 50s. The terminal bldg. was inaugurated in 1948.

Paris Orly Airport in the late 40s or early 50s. The terminal bldg. was inaugurated in 1948.

Guppys massive volume- swallows NASA aircraft whole.

Super Guppy swallows NASA aircraft whole (pictures) - Page 5

Guppys massive volume- swallows NASA aircraft whole.

Evergreen’s mammoth 747 Supertanker, developed at a cost approaching $50,000,000, can drop 26,000 gallons of retardant over an area 300 feet wide and almost five miles long. The big fire bomber can also make any number of “smart” tactical drops of any requested size utilizing its unique pressurized tanks and dispersal system.

Evergreen’s mammoth 747 Supertanker, developed at a cost approaching $50,000,000, can drop 26,000 gallons of retardant over an area 300 feet wide and almost five miles long. The big fire bomber can also make any number of “smart” tactical drops of any requested size utilizing its unique pressurized tanks and dispersal system.

A group of nine early production L-1011-1 TriStar airliners for Eastern Air Lines and TWA are prepped for delivery on the Lockheed flightline at Palmdale, California, circa 1972.

A group of nine early production L-1011-1 TriStar airliners for Eastern Air Lines and TWA are prepped for delivery on the Lockheed flightline at Palmdale, California, circa 1972.

This day in aviation history (May 17, 1942): Igor I. Sikorsky's XR-4, flown by Sikorsky and Les Morris, landed at Wright Field, Ohio, to complete delivery of the first Army Air Forces helicopter. It took more than 16 hours of flight time and 17 refueling stops to fly this fabric-covered, two-seat helicopter from Stratford, Connecticut to Riverside, Ohio

This day in aviation history (May 17, 1942): Igor I. Sikorsky's XR-4, flown by Sikorsky and Les Morris, landed at Wright Field, Ohio, to complete delivery of the first Army Air Forces helicopter. It took more than 16 hours of flight time and 17 refueling stops to fly this fabric-covered, two-seat helicopter from Stratford, Connecticut to Riverside, Ohio

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