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Why do aircraft 'hold' at London Heathrow Airport? There is a reason behind being 'held', this infographic provides you with more information.

Why do aircraft 'hold' at London Heathrow Airport? There is a reason behind being 'held', this infographic provides you with more information.

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Runway – In the air… on

Final Approach. Flying from Dubai straight home. Wonderful feeling. Proud to be and American. Nothing like touching the soil of Freedom.

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Most Difficult Aerobatic Maneuvers #aerobatics #su27 : The Russian Air Force has developed tactics for using Flankers to fight stealth fighters that concentrate on taking advantage of the plane’s remarkable maneuverability to survive the first missile attack. Moreover, the Flanker is heavy and fast enough to hit hard and then retreat to safety before any NATO fighters can catch it.

Most Difficult Aerobatic Maneuvers #aerobatics #su27 : The Russian Air Force has developed tactics for using Flankers to fight stealth fighters that concentrate on taking advantage of the plane’s remarkable maneuverability to survive the first missile attack. Moreover, the Flanker is heavy and fast enough to hit hard and then retreat to safety before any NATO fighters can catch it.

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Four Forces of Flight Sign. http://www.sportys.com/PilotShop/product/19220 - just replace FAA with EASA and it's spot on!

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Stunning, pin-sharp images of the final 55 airworthy Spitfires

Intense: Rolls Royce's own Spitfire PS853 - an unarmed, high-altitude photo reconnaissance aircraft, built at Supermarine, Southampton

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