Four Osprey aircraft took part on the US display at the Dubai Airshow 2013. The Osprey is produced by Bell and Boeing and is capable of transporting up to 32 soldiers.
Omega Air Tanker's DC-10 seen at the Dubai Airshow 2013, this aircraft is used to provide refuelling services to different air forces. This DC-10 was delivered to Japan Airlines in 1979.
The Air Force of Oman placed an order for 8 C295 in 2012 and took delivery of the first aircraft, the 100th C295 produced, in 2013. That same a/c is seen here at the Dubai Airshow 2013
Tecnam P2006 equipped with cameras and sensors for pipeline control, ready for delivery wearing a San Marino registration. Dubai Airshow 2013
Cockpit of the first Moscovia Airlines' Sukhoi Superjet at the Dubai Airshow 2013
Moscovia's first Superjet (out of an order for 3 units) shown at the Dubai Airshow 2013
The An-124 was developed in the 70s as an strategic airlifter for the USSR AF and at the time was the worlds biggest aircraft. This 1995-produced unit is being loaded with some Astrium container (... (more)
VLJ entering the platform at TLS in the evening, with the Pyrinees at the background.
Visual approach through the valley to the airport of La Seu (2600 ft) which was built in 1980 in the Pyrinees sorrounded by mountains as shown in this picture.
This FR172J "Reims Rocket" produced by Reims Aviation in France in 1969 equipped with a 6-cylinder Continental 210 hp engine and constant speed prop, seen at the platform at La Seu airport.
Climbing out of LESU after takeoff to LELL with a view over this spectacular airport in the Pyrinees built on top of a mountain.
BA's first 787 seen taxiing at Heathrow just after 3 months in service. This aircraft seats 214 pax.
Visual approach to Toulouse Blagnac rwy 32L after a flight from LECD. An AF A320 waits on rwy 32R for our landing before taking off.
Part of a fleet of 6 Do-328 jets based at Aarhus Denmark. Part of the fleet is dedicated to operate north european destinations for BA.
Front view of the #8 patrouille de France aircraft, with the support aircraft on the background. The Alpha Jet, was a jet trainer developed by France and Germany in the 70s.