You are at netAirspace : Home - Aviation News & Photos :: Discussions about Airlines & Airliners :: Spotting & Aircraft Photography

Featured aviation photo - by A345

 
German Air Force Transall C-160D (5040) at  Hamburg - Fuhlsbuettel (Helmut Schmidt), GermanyGerman Air Force Airbus A310-304(MRTT) (1027) at  Hamburg - Fuhlsbuettel (Helmut Schmidt), GermanyGerman Air Force Transall C-160D (5040) at  Hamburg - Fuhlsbuettel (Helmut Schmidt), GermanySwiftair Boeing 737-436(SF) (EC-NLS) at  Leipzig/Halle - Schkeuditz, GermanyNetJets Europe Embraer EMB-505 Phenom 300 (CS-PHL) at  Samedan - St. Moritz, Switzerland
 

Facebook

Facebook thumbs-up

Follow us on Facebook!

 

netAirspace Daily Aviation News - every weekday

 
  • ‘Out-of-control’ Chinese rocket is falling to Earth
  • IAI to build 777 freighter conversion facility in S. Korea
  • Airbus A321 freighter – synergy between costs and convenience
  • Allegiant loses $57.9 million in the first quarter
  • Air Malta launches its summer 2021 flight schedule
  • Emirates forecasts busy winter 2021, hints A380 return
Amazon Prime Air (ASL Airlines Ireland) Boeing 737-8AS(BCF) (EI-DAC) at  Barcelona - El Prat, Spain
 
 

Latest aviation photo uploads

More...  Upload your photos
Lisbon - Portela, PortugalHendon Museum, United KingdomHendon Museum, United KingdomCondor Airbus A321-211 (D-AIAC) at  Corfu - International, GreeceRyanair Boeing 737-8AS (EI-EBH) at  Corfu - International, GreeceHendon Museum, United KingdomCebu Pacific Airbus A321-271NX (D-AVZE) at  Hamburg - Finkenwerder, GermanyAzul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras Airbus A321-251NX (PR-YJD) at  Hamburg - Finkenwerder, Germany
 

Search for photos

 
 
 

A v B - Register, and you can earn netAirspace Miles for playing!

AvB Stats  AvB Hot 100
 
 
Which do you like more?
US Airways Airbus A320-214 (N119US) at  Los Angeles - International, United States
Seair Seaplanes de Havilland Canada DHC-2T Turbine Beaver III (C-FDHC) at  Vancouver International Seaplane Base, Canada
 
 
 

Amazon.com

AvB Stats  AvB Hot 100
 

Chicken Wings

Latest Chicken Wings

Now you can redeem your netAirspace Miles for discounts in the Chicken Wings shops!

 

On This Day

More...
1983: Eastern Airlines Flight 855, a Lockheed L-1011 Tristar (N334EA), avoids disaster after experiencing trouble on all three of its engines on a flight from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas. In a move that would later be pivotal to their survival, the crew shuts down the #2 engine after it receives a low oil pressure warning light while descending through 15,000ft. The crew decides to return to their Miami base on the remaining two engines, which should not be a problem until the same light illuminates for engines #1 and #3, both of which soon flame out five minutes apart. Since the #2 tail engine is the only one intentionally shut down as a precaution, it still has enough oil to restart as the aircraft glides toward the ocean through 4,000ft, preparing the ditch. Miraculously, the Tristar is able to make a one-engine landing at Miami, saving the lives of all 172 people aboard. The cause is attributed to mechanics who failed to install all the O-ring seals on the master chip detector assemblies, leading to the loss of lubrication on the engines. Read more...
 
 
Photo sitemap

LEFT

RIGHT
CONTENT