Landing RWY 01R, thank you to Kike and Juan for this flight
This aircraft was restored to flying condition by a group of volunteers at Southend-on-Sea airport in the United Kingdom in 2006. The volunteers were part of QMF 707 preservation committee.
Russian time at TFS. After these, we recieved a VIM B752 and a Transaero B763. All of them except the An-124 went to Moscow DME. Dedicate to La Roche Spotters
To the delay of which the inspection of 15 years
Remains of the inside of this aircraft after its storage at La Muñoza
The first control tower Lanzarote airport built in 1951 above the passenger terminal, which looks were all that was needed in a tower at the time, now part of the Aeronautical Museum
Ex A-4M 159486