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Flying The Gulfstream G650
Soyuz VS01 undergoes a test at the European Spaceport in French Guiana before launch on its first flight.
Photo Credit: Stephane Corvaja, Paris, France
A Stewart Headwind races the last rays of afternoon light into Apple Valley Airport, Calif. The small kit-built aircraft is designed to use a Volkwagon automobile engine.Photo Credit: Matt Shinavar, Victorville, Calif.
A Thai Airways Airbus A330 is on approach to Thailand's Phuket International Airport. Photo Credit: Marina Lystseva, Moscow
Banking An A380
Malaysia Airlines displayed its new Airbus A380 at this year's Farnborough International Airshow.Photo Credit: Marina Lystseva, Moscow
A commercial Antonov An-30 navigator and his view, high above Bulgaria.Photo Credit: Ognyan Stefanov, Sofia, Bulgaria
Three German Luftwaffe McDonnell Douglas F-4F Phantom IIs break dramatically for the camera over Wittmund, Germany. The German F-4s are due to be retired in June 2013.Photo Credit: Jamie Hunter, Surrey, U.K.
Going To Burner Over Switzerland
The bright afterburner thrust of a Swiss air force McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 is silhouetted against the deep blue late afternoon sky over snow-covered Switzerland.Photo Credit: Aldo Wicki, Kerzers, Switzerland
Thunderbird Mirror Pass
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds opposing solos perform a perfect Mirror Pass for an appreciative crowd at the 2010 Cocoa Beach (Fla.) Air Show.Photo Credit: Gary W. Jones, St. Cloud, Fla.
Arkia Airbus 321 on final approach to Sde Dov airportPhoto Credit: Doron Talmi/Herzliya, Israel
Big Lift For New York
Nothing shocks New Yorkers, but a large crowd was on hand to see the sight of 170,000-lb shuttle prototype Enterprise being lifted onto the deck of the USS Intrepid, its new home!Photo Credit: Ben Cooper Daytona Beach, Fla.
Lost In Smoke!
RAF XV(R) Tornado GR4 Squadron Role participates in a demonstration flight.
Photo Credit: Geoffrey Lee/Camberley, Surrey, U.K.
Preparing For First French Guyana Soyuz Launch
Soyuz VS01 first flight in French Guyana with IOV FM1 and 2 satellite, at launch pad during gantry roll back just 1 hour before launch.Photo Credit: Stephane Corjava/Paris, France
A de Havilland Canada Dash-7 of Air Tindi takes off in the perpetual winter twilight from Hope Bay, Nunavut, Canada.
Photo Credit: Jason Pineau/Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada
Reaper In Hawaii
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. Predator-B supporting a flight test for the Missile Defense Agency at the Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii.
Photo Credit: Doug Rietz/Gold River, Calif.
A woman races past the reflected forms of the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's Canso flying boat and the unique Rodgers LDR-1.
Photo Credit: Richard Mallory Allnutt/Fairfax Station, Va.
Flying Fortress Controls
A wide angle cockpit view of Collings Foundation B-17G Flying Fortress with view of Hanger One outside at Moffett Field, Calif.Photo Credit: Ben Wang
The Black Eagles Korean aerobatic team performs at Air Tattoo-2012, Fairford, U.K.Photo Credit: Marina Lystseva/Moscow, Russia
Bush Plane In Alaska
Classic de Havilland Beaver gleams in spring sunshine while waiting to take passengers on a flight seeing tour at the Lake Hood Seaplane Base, Anchorage, Alaska.Photo Credit: Joe G. Walker/Kent, Wash.
Cockpit view of the BuAF C-27J "Spartan" during final approach to Runway 09 at Sofia Airport.Photo Credit: Ognyan Stefanov/Sofia, Bulgaria
Last Mating For Discovery
Space Shuttle Discovery and its Shuttle Carrier Aircraft sit within the Mate-Demate Device at Kennedy Space Center. Two days later, Discovery was delivered to the National Air and Space Udvar-Hazy Center, near Washington D.C.Photo Credit: Jim Poppino/Titusville, Fla.
A U.S. Navy Boeing EA-18G Growler of the VX-31 “Dust Devils” test unit flies over China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station, Calif. Credit: JAMIE HUNTER WOKIN, ENGLAND
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