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  • 11234567abc

    Chasing the 777

    June 30, 2016 by 11234567abc

    In 2016, I chase lots of Boeing 777s, which is a big difference on taking lots of A330s in a year. My first 777 flight this year, CX257 from Hong Kong to London, was on 24/3. It was a -300ER which is 4 years old (B-KPZ), also the 26th of the type in CX. The second flight was also a -300ER, flight CX238 on the return to HK on my 2016 UK trip. This is the third of the type of CX(B-KPC). I vomited, but CX's SSFTH helped me. I will take two more 777s on the trip to Korea in August. The first one will be a -300ER again, as CX434 on the 19th. The second one is a -200, as CX419 3 days later. It will be something new to me on travelling on a refreshed -200. Although I took a -200 two years ago(it is CX of course), it was using the old seats.

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  • TheLegoCraftGuy

    This is for a possible purchase by the Philippines on new Fighters. The Contenders I have found are the Saab JAS-39 Gripen, Mcdonnell Douglas/Boeing F/A-18 Hornet and General Dynamics/Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon.

    Take Note this is just a rumor but may be possible since the new aircraft the PHAF Purchased are meant for Training purposes on Supersonic Aircraft.


    The JAS 39 is a Single-Engine fighter produced by Saab in Sweden. This was made to show the world that Sweden is virtually independent of either East or West for combat aircraft.

    The Gripen can go at Mach 2 at high altitude and was built so that it is easy to purchase, maintain and fly.


    The Hornet was a 2-engine multi-role carrier fighter produced by Mcdonnel Douglas, later Boein…



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  • Malaki2004

    WHAT IF?

    October 4, 2015 by Malaki2004

    What if in the future everyone has a helicopter?

    What if in the future passenger aircrafts are 300ft long?

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  • RAPTORZILLA22

    This article provides an analysis of the capabilities of the two aircraft. You have to remember that the PAK-FA is still a prototype, details and information on it are subject to change.


    Before I start comparing the stealth characteristics of the F-22 Raptor and the PAK-FA, it is important to know how stealth works and to know which different aspects make these aircraft stealthy. There are many different methods to prevent being detected in combat, the first and most important one is to hide from the enemy’s radar, the main sensor of a fighter. To achieve stealthiness against enemy radar, an aircraft has to feature paralleled edges in its design, called “planform alignment“, for example if the leading and the trailing edges of an aircraft’s…


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  • KLMJETWORK

    Shall I continue adding illustrations to pages, or should I stop?

    Please answer in the comments and also I would be very grateful if Raptorzilla said something too.

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  • KLMJETWORK

    ASCII

    March 18, 2014 by KLMJETWORK




       

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  • Venator22
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  • KLMJETWORK

    3D Warehouse

    March 14, 2014 by KLMJETWORK

    Visit me on the 3D Warehouse!

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  • Alduin1996

    UAV Attack Drones

    October 18, 2013 by Alduin1996

    Should they be used and why.

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  • RAPTORZILLA22

    I've decided to put all comparisons into blog posts, because I think its better as they are locked and no one else out of me edits them anyway so when these blogs have reached enough popularity, I'll delete the artices.

    CHECK OUT MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL!!:FightercraftProductions  and keep updated with videos such as comparisons, analysis and rankings on fighter aircraft !

    This is a detailed comparison between the two ATF competitors YF-22 and YF-23, because of many rumours claiming that the YF-23 was a far better fighter.


    The YF-23 has, no doubt, a stealthier shape than the YF-22. The special engine design with ventral exhaust troughs provides a great reduction of detectability by radar and Infrared Search and Track sensors and the diamond shaped …


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  • RAPTORZILLA22

    I've decided to put all comparisons into blog posts, because I think its better as they are locked and no one else out of me edits them anyway so when these blogs have reached enough popularity, I'll delete the artices.

    CHECK OUT MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL!!:FightercraftProductions  and keep updated with videos such as comparisons, analysis and rankings on fighter aircraft !

    This comparison is still incomplete.

    While the Su T-50 challenges the F-22 and overpowers the F-35, the F-35 challenges the Su-35BM. 


    The F-35 has an Low Observable shape with worst stealth on the aft sector because of an unstealthy nozzle design, the overall design only has limited stealth capabilities, which are similar to the PAK-FA stealth fighter. The Radar Cross section (RCS…


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  • SENIRAM

    Fictional flyers

    March 16, 2013 by SENIRAM

    Wouldn't it be interesting if someone built and flew an aircraft based on a design from a movie or a TV show?

    Maybe they should start with something relatively simple, like the flying wing from Raiders of the Lost Ark!

    SENIRAM (talk) 13:16, March 16, 2013 (UTC)

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  • AFCA-Terror Claw

    The discovery of the power of flight has given a huge change of how wars are fought. The statement "If you rule the skies, You rule the war," has indeed proved true as past wars became the evidence of the importance of air dominance. Nowadays, even with peace in our hands, countries are still striving to make the best combat aircrafts ever built and the latest ones, the 5th Generation Fighter Aircrafts.


    United States of America:

    1. F-22 Raptor












    2. F-35 Lightning II

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    Russia:

     1. SUKHOI PAK FA

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    China:

     1. Chengdu J-20

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     2. Shenyang J-31

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    3. J-18

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    Give me yours at the comments section!!!

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  • RAPTORZILLA22

    These are the top ten fighter aircraft of 2013 in my point of view (this video is from my own youtube channel).

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  • Northwestern4
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  • AFCA-Terror Claw

    Nations nowadays especially those considered as the superpowers, USA, Russia and maybe China have built their own 5th Generation Fighters to address the growing threats around them. Here's some representatives from those nations:

    • USA       -Lockheed/Boeing F-22 Raptor
    • RUSSIA  -Sukhoi PAK FA
    • CHINA     -Shenyang J-31 Gyrfalcon

    Haven't you noticed? These 5th Generation Fighters have very close and similar designs. These three fighters have almost similar airframes, shapes of its ailerons, flaps, elevators, air intakes, and wings (except for the J-31 which has wings similar to an F-35C). Would you consider it as a sort of copying or maybe hacking to achieve the stealth technology or consider it as a result of TV documentaries featuring the F22 Raptor…


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  • BEGEHWW

    Pages which need creating

    September 24, 2012 by BEGEHWW

    There are obviously many aircraft that dont have pages on the Wikia and that is because there are so many.

    But we need a list of Aircraft which dont have pages so they can be made and dealt with, so we can move on to the next project

    BEGEHWW (talk) 18:54, September 24, 2012 (UTC)

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  • Kilroyman

    Now it's all the users on this Wiki's turn to decide what is the most obsolete plane. Don't be afraid to speak your thoughts.

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  • Kilroyman

    Obsolete Airplanes of WW2

    September 22, 2012 by Kilroyman

    These are just my opinions. Other People might have different opinions about these planes.

    My list of obsolete planes of WW2:

    Douglas TBD-1 Devastator

    Bell YFM-1 Airacuda

    Grumman F4F-Wildcat

    Brewster F2a Buffalo

    Grumman F3F

    Nakajima Ki-27 Nate

    Aichi D3a1 Val

    B5n Kate

    Ki-43 Hayabusa

    F1M Pete

    G4M2 Betty

    And especially; the Blackburn Skua.

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  • TipTopShape

    editing

    August 25, 2012 by TipTopShape

    Many of these articles contain spelling or grammatical errors. Now, don't get me wrong, these are still excellent articles providing a good deal of information, but they would be even better if such mistakes were elimated.

    TipTopShape (talk) 00:00, August 25, 2012 (UTC)TipTopShape

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  • Awikicontributer

    Best plane

    July 30, 2012 by Awikicontributer

    What is the best plane in your opinion?

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  • Blahmarrow

    Old Users

    July 13, 2012 by Blahmarrow

    You guys ever wonder about what happened to old users? Why they went away and left the wiki they were at? Just wondering.

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  • Razgriz Ghost

    Military

    June 25, 2012 by Razgriz Ghost

    Hello. You are free to edit this blog post and make comments, just don't remove this message. And make sure what you say is relevant to the topic.

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  • RAPTORZILLA22

    What´s this ????

    June 19, 2012 by RAPTORZILLA22

    This is very scary, is this an UFO or an top secret USAF aircraft ? The radars of the two F-16 Fighting Falcon which should intercept it showed extreme accelaretion and impossible maneuverability. ( Real story happened in 1989 )

    ( Remember this blog does not means that I believe in aliens or other things like this is just an intersting topic I´ve found during some Google research )





    I´ve taken a picture from which it is said that it is not a fake ( I know this from a documentary ) ,because it can be seen that the three triangel lights are distorted it could mean that the aircraft is moving so that it might be not a fake ! But it´s only speculation.







    Actually, I´m sure that this isn´t an alien craft, it was a secret US Air Force spy plane ( ente…











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  • Renegade Dalek

    These are my opinions on WWII. On both the Allied and Axis sides.

    Starting with the Grumman F4F Wildcat; why didn't they build it like the F6F Hellcat from the start? Hello!? Next; the F2A Buffalo: WTF? I don't know who came with the idea for that plane; it was a piece of shit! Looks like a fat Wildcat! Another piece of shit was that TBD-1 Devestator. It should of being called it "The Winged Shit"; is was a cuck aircraft! The Zero; no armour; no SSFT's (Self sealing fuel tanks); piece o' crap for sure. And the Hawker Hurricane; slow; outdated. What about the Nakajima Ki-27 Nate and Ki-43 Oscar; those were even crappier aircraft; worse than a Zero. Don't forget the Val; the Kate; the Judy; the Jill; the Betty Bomber; the Sally; and the Pete;…

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  • Renegade Dalek

    The Aircraft Wiki is definitelty a place for aircraft boffins such as myself to look at. The Wiki expands each day; and a whole lot of new pages and pictures show up. I recommend this to any aircraft enthusiast!

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  • Blahmarrow

    Naming Issues

    June 17, 2012 by Blahmarrow

    I've noticed that many articles have varying styles of names. Some have the company name in front, pthers just their designated name. We should decide on a single type of name for the aircraft. Instead of "Mikoyan MiG 29" and "MiG 25", we should name both articles "MiG-29" and "MiG-25". Yall following me with this? Would be easier for finding articles.

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  • Adamlenton1

    Question

    June 14, 2012 by Adamlenton1

    Do you guys do historic aircraft? Like the Spitfire? I was just wondering.

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  • DoomFangMan

    Blogs

    June 13, 2012 by DoomFangMan

    I think blogs are ODD

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  • DoomFangMan

    HTIF Admin

    June 12, 2012 by DoomFangMan

    I am HTIF Admin

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  • RAPTORZILLA22

    Blahmarrows massive collection of photos inspired me to that, those are only photos I´ve uploaded

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  • Raihan Aulia

    I said, i just testing.


    May 25th, 2012

    Phew, first official comeback after 1-Month-Long "estafeted" exam, and 2 weeks again, i'll faced it again. f***** education system.

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  • Blahmarrow

    The F-35 in Canada

    May 19, 2012 by Blahmarrow

    Well, I'll be frank with anyone reading this. I am not one for politics. I do not follow them, I see them all lying and putting others down. I read from several news sources on the same topic, and get my news that way, because if I don't, it'll be biased to no end. I read and I study often, and I won't support something unless I know all the info from both sides of the story. Well, onto my point with this blog.


    Canada's government, with the Conservative party, are planning to buy the F-35 to replace it's F-18 fleet. The Liberals, the opposing party, beg to differ in their plans. The Liberals want to completly deny any upgrading in the military. The Conservatives want to update Canada's fighter force.


    I can't speak for everyone in my country…


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  • RAPTORZILLA22

    Now all F-22 haters out of there, HERE´S THE PROOF THAT THE F-22 IS NOT CRAP AND IT STATES THAT Rachel Maddow is a worthless political shit talker:










    The Washington Post article http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/07/09/AR20090709030...

    response from the Air Force Association: http://www.f-16.net/news_article3622.html

    response from the US Air Force Department http://hatch.senate.gov/public/_files/USAFResponse.pdf

    The F-22 is now more needed than any other US Air Force aircraft, in a combat simulation by RAND where Australia had F-18´s and F-35´s vs Russian Su-35, the simulation was owned by the Russian fighters and Russia is developing the 5th Generation PAK-FA stealth fighter, the F-22 is the only airplane in the world able…










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  • Blahmarrow

    I am writing this blog for personal use with recording the various ideas I have with aircraft. Feel free to comment if you like.

    1. Canard additions to obsolete planes. What if the Tomcat, or an Eagle had canards? Would they be any better?
    2. Thrust vectoring to obsolete planes: What if the Dart or Tomcat had 3D TVS?
    3. "Over-The-Top-Wings": Sort of like a bi-plane, but the wings are much lower to the body of the plane. Take an F-22 for example, it has a blended wing and body design. What if a second wing were to be added on top of the normal wing? Not very high up, but close to the rest of the body, attached with poles, like on a biplane? Or the wing tips were attached to the outer wing of the normal wing, and there was a gap between both wings over …
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