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Brussels Belgium 🇧🇪😍✔️✈️🗺♥️ #travel 📸 snowflakesfairy

9 1 Aug 21, 2017

The danish F-16 at Roskilde Airshow. Did you know that it is actually 37 years old, so from 1980😍 --------------------------------- #pilot #avpic #avgeek #avpics #avgeeks #aviation #crew #cockpit #flight #flying #instapilot #instaviation #jet #justaviation #plane #planes #spotter #airplane #crewlife #pilotlife #pilotview #instagramaviation #aircrew #airlines #aircraftmaintenance #aircraft #airline #airport #boeing #airbus --------------------------------- In partnership with: dkaviation marco_aviation aviationdenmark ams.spotting

5 1 Aug 21, 2017

【Memories of Hokkaido】 札幌にて飲みのあとまだ時間も早かったので川上さんにラーメン餃子&ビールをご馳走になりました(^∇^) #札幌ラーメン #餃子 #ビール #bier #サッポロクラシック #ホッピー #hoppy #大衆酒場 #川上つよし #吉田類 #酒場放浪記 #お盆休み #墓参り #墓マイラー #tspo #tokyoskaparadiseorchestra #スカパラ #RSR17 #ANA #雲海 #北海道 #札幌 #sapporo #hokkaido #東京 #tokyo #jet #airplane #飛行機

6 0 Aug 21, 2017

Happy birthday to my eldest baby. You're still an antisocial ass, but you've decided to add needy and/or clingy to your list of attributes over this fifth year of life. Thanks. #catbirthday #happybirthday #jet #tabby #catsofinstagram #instacats #love

5 0 Aug 21, 2017

Like private beach 🐳🏝💖 So much fun ٩(๑˃̵ᴗ˂̵๑)۶ #sea #beach #loveit #sobeautiful #wakayama #shirahama #somuchfun #funfunfun #enjoy #jet #swimming #20Aug2017 プライベートビーチみたいでめっちゃよかったぁ🐳🏝💖 親鶏おいしすぎ😋😋😋 最後は流血😭 ほんとどんくさい、、、 大事にしてくれる男性がいいな💓とあらためておもったきのうこのごろごろ❤️ めーーーっちゃたのしかった٩(๑˃̵ᴗ˂̵๑)۶ #白浜

5 0 Aug 21, 2017

Emirates Sky Cargo Boeing 777-F1H [A6-EFD] on final approach for runway 03 after a flight for Dubai (DWC) --------------------------------------------- Time: 17:26 ISO: 200 Zoom: 185mm Shutter speed: 1/800 f/7.1 --------------------------------------------- #aviationlife #plane #planelovers #planespotting #perthairport #ypph #perthisok #planespotter #aviationphotographer #sydneyairport #Sydney #YSSY #planespotter #planesarecool #jet #aviationlovers #aviationphotography #aircraft #airport #airportlife #instaplane #airplanes #perthairportspotter #rydgessydneyairport

30 3 Aug 21, 2017

The Boeing 717-200 twinjet was specifically designed for the short-haul, high-frequency 100-passenger airline market. The program was launched by an order from AirTran Airways in 1995, and the airplane quickly became renowned by customers for its excellent economics, performance and reliability. Final assembly of the 717 took place the Long Beach, Calif., facility opened by Douglas Aircraft Co. in 1941 as part of President Roosevelt’s Arsenal of Democracy — a request to the nation’s industries to halt civilian production and assist in making wartime equipment. The facility produced almost 10,000 airplanes for World War II before transitioning to commercial airplane production after the war. Douglas merged with the McDonnell Aircraft Co. in 1967, forming the McDonnell Douglas Corp. Based on the Douglas DC-9 and launched as the McDonnell Douglas MD-95, the 100-seater was renamed the Boeing 717 after McDonnell Douglas and Boeing merged in 1997. It entered a rigorous flight-test program in September 1998 and received joint certification a year later. It was the first commercial airplane to receive a Concurrent and Cooperative Certification from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Europe’s Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). The FAA and JAA jointly certified the 717’s first major upgrade to the airplane’s flight control computer and flight management system in October 2000. The launch customer, AirTran Airways of Orlando, Fla., took delivery of the first 717 in September 1999. Final assembly of the 717 took place at the Boeing plant in Long Beach. Boeing built a total of 156 717s until production ended. On May 23, 2006, Boeing delivered the final two 717s to Midwest Airlines and AirTran Airways in a ceremony before thousands of employees, retirees and dignitaries in Long Beach. The deliveries concluded commercial airplane production in Southern California that began in the 1920s with the Douglas Aircraft Co. More than 15,000 airplanes had been produced in the Long Beach factory. #boeing #boeing717 #B717 #B717200 #aircraft #airplane #airplanes #flight #pilot #jet #takeoff #landing

3 0 Aug 21, 2017

The Boeing 717-200 twinjet was specifically designed for the short-haul, high-frequency 100-passenger airline market. The program was launched by an order from AirTran Airways in 1995, and the airplane quickly became renowned by customers for its excellent economics, performance and reliability. Final assembly of the 717 took place the Long Beach, Calif., facility opened by Douglas Aircraft Co. in 1941 as part of President Roosevelt’s Arsenal of Democracy — a request to the nation’s industries to halt civilian production and assist in making wartime equipment. The facility produced almost 10,000 airplanes for World War II before transitioning to commercial airplane production after the war. Douglas merged with the McDonnell Aircraft Co. in 1967, forming the McDonnell Douglas Corp. Based on the Douglas DC-9 and launched as the McDonnell Douglas MD-95, the 100-seater was renamed the Boeing 717 after McDonnell Douglas and Boeing merged in 1997. It entered a rigorous flight-test program in September 1998 and received joint certification a year later. It was the first commercial airplane to receive a Concurrent and Cooperative Certification from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Europe’s Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). The FAA and JAA jointly certified the 717’s first major upgrade to the airplane’s flight control computer and flight management system in October 2000. The launch customer, AirTran Airways of Orlando, Fla., took delivery of the first 717 in September 1999. Final assembly of the 717 took place at the Boeing plant in Long Beach. Boeing built a total of 156 717s until production ended. On May 23, 2006, Boeing delivered the final two 717s to Midwest Airlines and AirTran Airways in a ceremony before thousands of employees, retirees and dignitaries in Long Beach. The deliveries concluded commercial airplane production in Southern California that began in the 1920s with the Douglas Aircraft Co. More than 15,000 airplanes had been produced in the Long Beach factory. #boeing #boeing717 #B717 #B717200 #aircraft #airplane #airplanes #flight #pilot #jet #takeoff #landing

3 0 Aug 21, 2017
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