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  • Ctibor Kocman
  • 2021-12-22
  • Delivered to Portuguese Arma Aeronàutica in 1938 as a night bomber. Transformed into a transport version in the 1950s. After an unsuccessful attempt of restoration into flying conditions, this Ju 52/3mg3e was obtained by the Royal Army Museum in Brussels in 2001 end exhibited in a neutral silver Junkers livery without any registration.
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  • Aviatic
  • 2021-12-31
  • Airbus is testing electric powered A380 developed with major czech machinery corporation Skoda. The main advantage is absence of batteries so there is no additional weight in the plane. There are minor issues like challenging piloting at the low level and eventual collision with poles to be addressed.
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  • Peter Pšenica
  • 2021-07-16
  • Im my childhood a common sight on summer charters to Romania, you may not see it flying today anymore. Romanian MRO provider ROMAERO restored this BAC-1-11, manufactured in 1978, which was left with unpaid debts by Tombouctou Aviation (TZ-BSC), to remember the biggest airliner built by the local aircraft industry (under licence).
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