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NUC. New York Harbor, Looking Toward Manhattan from the Footpath on Brooklyn Bridge, October, 1946
This sea plane can carry up to 74 passengers. No need for an airport as such. Could it fly from the Liffey to the Thames?
The DC-3: the plane that changed the world - www.warhistoryonl...
DC-7, DC-6, DC-4, DC-3
"The Dragon Lady" - Lockheed U2 spy plane. This plane can fly at 70,000 ft, a.k.a. 13 MILES above the ground. Pilots have gotten the bends from flying it.
Queen's eye view
SU18 -Fly Tiger
Still the fastest plane on the planet!
The Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortress" Bomber is one of the most famous planes of World War II.
Supermarine Spitfire FRXIVe - 6 #flickr #plane #WW2