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Closest thing to a Northrop F5 showroom. Take your pick.
swiped from http://www.airliners.net/photo/Iran---Air/Northrop-F-5F-Tiger/1584967/L/
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It's called Saeqeh,it mostly uses the F_5 fuselage,but it has a twin tail at it's end.
Also those classic at background,an Iranair A300,a retired TU_145 (however,they use them for cargo)and a Fokker 100.
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Cheating with Casper? OMG
A woman who alleges to have had sex with a ghost on several occasions confessed the experience was in fact pleasurable. Natasha Blasick told This Morning hosts Christine Bleakley and Phillip Schofield...
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Lool, Cheating with Casper is genius! LMAO!
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If I was the boss of these pilots, I would personally go and hand them their paychecks. A few rightful go arounds, at least two rejected landings at FL 0,0001, and a few that looked like controlled crashes.
Dash8´s somehow always look like a handful.
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It takes a certain amount of skill to pilot an aircraft, especially when taking off and landing.  Most people probably don't realize just how challenging that can be until they watch an aircraft attempting to do either during challenging weather.
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Most jokes have a large component of truth.
 
You have to ask these things, you know.

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h/t +A.V. Flox 
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We all have a little of Sheldon within ourselves, my fault, Mr J.
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This is my challenge for today: TAXIWAY GRIDLOCK.
So, dear members: Hit the net and post a better shot than mine.
Taken from: http://www.autogoer.com/auto-news/airport-gps-because-pilots-get-lost-too
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Just missing the 787.
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The Irony, the Irony.
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Deportees being flown back to Honduras dont have a say on the pilots carrying them.
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Agree with you, +Mark Slatter . I also think he was overspeeding when he made the turn at the end, which incidentally is the same maneuver the St Barts dude tried to pull.
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Most jets over 6 seats cannot operate in 3500 ft runways,  many piston twins cannot operate at this lenght on hot days (airport is about 3000 ft high), Even my favorite, the Piaggio Avanti, cannot fly in these conditions. Watch one of the largest business jets, the 3 engine Falcon 7 land with room to spare.
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+Toby Wheadon : Only way to do that is by returning to the gate. Fuel consumed during the wait is insignificant and does not compromise the range. Furthermore, the engines produce the electricity and air conditioning required by the passengers/crew, and last but not the least, turbines do not like at all to be restarted hot, and require something like 20 min of cooldown time. I am not too sure, but I think most airliners are started while connected to ground power, to save the batteries for more important chores and emergencies.
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So G+ is not ghost town anymore :)
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lol yeah it is. This is going to go for reshares and done.  Quick depressing project for the class lol.
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An ocean of knowledge, about an inch deep
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Very few posts, but a pro raider of other peoples interesting posts.
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1) Very witty when drunk 2) I never get drunk
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