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Remarks: With only three airplanes left out of only eight built, the Canguro is one of the rarest planes on earth.
Remarks: Diving down with an impressive bank after dropping some skydivers. Look at the artificial horizon to see the plane´s attitude! The river that can be seen through the cockpit windows is the river Mur.
Remarks: In flight from Darwin to Singapore. A huge thunderstorm overhead Bathurst Island.
Remarks: Old meets young: A 321-200 D-AISW is taxiing by while round instruments still abound in this B 737. Look for the taxi chart of Frankfurt airport on the clip board.
Remarks: Two Beech 18 in one picture - quite rare these days.
Remarks: Aboard the last scheduled Antonov 2 service in Europe from Sylt to Föhr.
Remarks: Splash - back from another flight. You may spot a Goose just in front of the right hand float.
Remarks: Aboard the last scheduled Convair 580 service in the world.
Remarks: Minutes away from leaving to Napier and the Chatham Islands.
Remarks: After an incredible flight the Porter landed directly on the massive Franz Josef Glacier.
Remarks: The last airworthy Airtruk in Europe.
Remarks: Approach to the very narrow runway at Lake Tekapo.
Remarks: The last surviving Beech 18 on Vancouver Island. Note the many Geese in the foreground.
Remarks: Banking towards Vancouver shortly after getting airborne at Nanaimo.
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