Out now, order your copy now JP airline fleets 2011/12
The latest edition provides full details of more than 60,000 aircraft and some 6,000 commercial and government operators worldwide. There is a wealth of data on each aircraft down to individual registration/serial number.
Also new for this year are Hexcodes for individual aircraft, this will replace the Selcal field.
Available in print, CD and print/CD combination.
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As well as the 800-page print directory, the information is also available as a PDF on CD or as a regular data feed for business users:
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When you take a closer look at them, many aircraft noses resemble animals and they can even show cartoon-like emotions. The nose of the DC-10 comes close to a dolphin, the nose of the Dornier 228 is very duck-like. Emotions are shown in images posted earlier to this EnoAeroPics gallery, with an angry looking Bombardier Challenger and a determined racing Dornier 228 (see links below). This is the nose of Dornier 228-212 c/n 8183 PH-CGC of the Dutch Coast Guard in front of the JetSupport hangar on the business aircraft platform of Schiphol Amsterdam airport in The Netherlands (EHAM) on 8 April 2011.
Related images in this EnoAeroPics media gallery:
Images of the second Battle of the noses
Images of the first Battle of the noses
Angry looking Bombardier Challenger
Determined racing Dornier 228
See more images of Dornier 228s
The history of Dornier 228 c/n 8183 on the RZjets website
See the most recent EnoAeroPics images on Flightglobal/AirSpace here
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