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China Southern Airlines Flight 2812


Turbomeca Oredon

The Turbomeca Oredon was a small French turbo-shaft / Auxiliary Power Unit engine produced by Turbomeca in the late 1940s. Developed as a turbo-shaft / APU derivative of the TR 011 turbojet, the Oredon drove an alternator and was used as an aircr ...



Berger-Helicopter was created by Hans Berger, a noted Swiss inventor, to develop a series of light helicopters of his own design. The BX-50 of 1961 and the BX-110 of 1974 were built as prototypes, with the BX-110 proving sound enough to earn a ce ...


Walter Uetz Flugzeugbau

The Walter Uetz Flugzeugbau was a Swiss aircraft manufacturer and design company. From the 1950s it built the CAB Minicab and Jodel D.11 which it sold in Switzerland and Austria. It later produced the U2V, a modified Jodel D.119 with a straight w ...


Jon Egging


El Tiro Gliderport

El Tiro Gliderport, formally Marana Auxiliary Army Airfield No. 5 is marked on the Phoenix sectional chart is a non-towered private use gliderport 23 mi northwest of Tucson, Arizona. The Airport property is leased from the Bureau of Land Manageme ...


Grapevine Airstrip

Grapevine Airstrip, is a non-towered general aviation recreational airstrip located on the Tonto Basin District of the Tonto National Forest, 43 mi east of Scottsdale, Arizona in Roosevelt a town in Gila County, Arizona, United States. The airstr ...


Marana Regional Airport

Marana Regional Airport, also known as Marana Northwest Regional Airport or Avra Valley Airport, is a non-towered, general aviation airport about 15 miles northwest of Tucson, Arizona in Marana a town in Pima County, Arizona, United States. In 19 ...


Picacho Stagefield ARNG Heliport

Picacho Army National Guard Heliport, also known as Picacho Stagefield Heliport formally Marana Auxiliary Army Airfield No. 1 is an Arizona Army National Guard towered training field 4 miles southeast of Picacho, Arizona. The Airport is owned and ...


Arkansas Aviation Historical Society

Arkansas Aviation Historical Society is a non-profit organization promoting aviation. It created the Arkansas Aviation Hall of Fame in 1980, and recently created college scholarships in hopes of encouraging young people to pursue aviation careers ...


Aviation in Alabama

10 July 1991: LExpress Airlines Flight 508 crashed at Birmingham Municipal Airport. 1931: Steadham Acker starts the National Air Carnival series of air shows at Birmingham Municipal Airport. 15 March 1910: Orville and Wilbur Wright establish the ...


Chicken Strip

Saline Valley Warm Springs Airfield, commonly known as the Chicken Strip is a non-towered dirt airstrip not depicted on an FAA Sectional chart. The airstrip provides general aviation fly-in access to the Saline Valley hot springs in Death Valley ...


Knoll Aircraft Company

The Knoll Aircraft Corporation received its state charter on October 10, 1928. Felix Knoll, formerly of The Rohrbach Metal Aeroplane Company Germany and later the Chief Engineer of the Heinkel Aircraft Company, immigrated to the United States fro ...


Yellow Air Cab Company

Yellow Air Cab Company was a short lived American aircraft manufacturer based in Kansas. The Yellow Air Cab Company was chartered on 27 May 1929. It was based in a hangar built from 1928-1929; previously occupied by the Knoll Aircraft Company in ...


Yunker Aircraft Company

Yunker Aircraft Company was an American aircraft manufacturer of the late 1920s George C. Yunker, was head of a tractor agency in Dodge City, Kansas. He founded the Yunker Aircraft company in Wichita, hiring W.E. Laird as production manager. The ...


Bellanca CD

The Bellanca CD was the first aircraft designed for the Maryland Pressed Steel Company, by the aircraft designer Giuseppe Mario Bellanca. The aircraft was also called the Bellanca C.D. or the "CD Tractor Biplane".


Bellanca CE

The Bellanca CE was the first aircraft designed for the Maryland Pressed Steel Company, by the aircraft designer Giuseppe Mario Bellanca. The aircraft was also called the Bellanca C.E. or the "CE Tractor Biplane".


Aviation in Pennsylvania

Aviation in Pennsylvania dates back over 100 years. Pennsylvania ranks 11th in the country in the number of public-use aviation facilities with 130 airports, heliports and seaplane bases. The 130 public-use facilities provide an annual economic i ...


Brantly International

Brantly International Inc. is an American helicopter company with its engineering and administrative offices based Coppell, Texas, United States. Manufacturing of Brantly-designed helicopters is now carried out by Qingdao Haili Helicopters of China.


Enstrom Helicopter Corporation

The Enstrom Helicopter Corporation is a Chinese-owned design and manufacturing company, based at the Menominee–Marinette Twin County Airport in Michigan, United States. The company was founded in 1959 by mining engineer Rudolph J. "Rudy" Enstrom, ...


Piasecki Aircraft

The Piasecki Aircraft Corporation was founded by American vertical flight pioneer Frank Piasecki to develop compound helicopters and other advanced rotorcraft after he was ousted from the leadership of his first company, Piasecki Helicopter.


Robinson Helicopter Company

The Robinson Helicopter Company, based at Zamperini Field in Torrance, California, is a manufacturer of civil helicopters. Robinson produces three models – the two-seat R22, the four-seat R44, both of which use Lycoming piston engines, and the fi ...


Naval Air Station Anacostia


Naval Air Station Clinton


Naval Air Station Isla Grande


Naval Air Station Klamath Falls


Moffett Naval Air Station


Military airbases in Capitale-Nationale


Military airbases in Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean


Bach Super Transport

The Bach Aircraft Company was founded by L. Morton Bach in the early 1940s. Following in the footsteps of Fokker with the Fokker F.VII Trimotor, and the metal Ford Trimotor, the Bach Air Yacht was developed as a commercial trimotor transport. In ...


TFX Program

The Boeing 818 was the Boeings candidate for the U.S. militarys TFX fighter competition. The United States Air Force and Navy were both seeking new aircraft when Robert McNamara was appointed U.S. Secretary of Defense in January 1961. The aircraf ...


Convair Model 37


RB-36 Peacemaker


Focke-Wulf Fw 190 operational history

The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 Wurger was used by the Luftwaffe during the Second World War in a variety of roles. Like the Messerschmitt Bf 109, the Fw 190 was employed as a "workhorse", and proved suitable for a wide variety of roles, including air supe ...


26th Intelligence Group


67th Intelligence Group


373d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group

The United States Air Forces 373d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group is a Twenty-Fifth Air Force unit located at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.


659th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group

The United States Air Forces 659th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group is an intelligence unit located at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland.


694th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group

The mission of the 694th ISRG is to provide continuous armistice indications and warnings, as well as intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations in support of the Republic of Korea.


707th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group

The 707th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group is a unit of the United States Air Force 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing located at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland.


6950th Electronic Security Group


Air Intelligence Agency Intelligence Systems Group


Space and Missiles Analysis Group

The Space and Missiles Analysis Group is a unit of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center that develops space and counterspace threat assessments and assesses foreign land-based ballistic missile systems with ranges of 1.000 kilometers an ...


13th Reconnaissance Technical Squadron

The 13th Intelligence Squadron is part of the 548th Intelligence Group at Beale Air Force Base. It is one of the exploitation units for the Lockheed U-2, MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper and RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft conducting reconnaissan ...


18th Intelligence Squadron

The squadron provides intelligence for the planning, development, and execution of space control operations. The squadron consists of a headquarters element at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio and two geographically separated detachments: De ...


19th Tactical Intelligence Squadron


20th Intelligence Squadron

The 20th Intelligence Squadron is a United States Air Force unit, assigned to the National Air Intelligence Center, stationed at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska.


24th Intelligence Squadron

The 24th Intelligence Squadron plans, directs and conducts multi-source ISR tasking, processing, exploitation and dissemination TPED operations in support of USAFE, USEUCOM, USAFRICOM, USCENTCOM, NATO, and Joint/Combined Force Air Component Comma ...


43rd Intelligence Squadron

The United States Air Forces 43d Intelligence Squadron is an intelligence unit located at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico. It provides intelligence support to Air Force Special Operations Command.


139th Intelligence Squadron

The 139th Intelligence Squadron is the newest unit of the Georgia Air National Guard, focusing on intelligence operations. The commander of the 44-member intelligence squadron is Lt. Col. Kimberly Chatfield, and the detachment commander is Lt. Co ...

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