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Taken from the US Air Force site is this cracking picture of too many aircraft all trying to occupy the same space. It was shot at the 2012 Kaneohe Bay Air Show on Marine Corps Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii last month and shows a US Air Force Lockheed Martin C-130, a pair of Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallions, a Bell AH-1 Cobra and a Bell UH-1. Phew, did I forget anything?
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Nice shot here from user flyer1 on our AirSpace gallery of the US Navy Boeing F/A-18F at the Farnborough air show. To see our high-definition footage of fighters at the show, produced in conjunction with FLIR Systems, click here.
Credit: flyer1 gallery on Flightglobal.com/AirSpace
Jackie Chan's executive jet has arrived in Singapore, the first Legacy 650 to be displayed at the Singapore Airshow.
Unfortunately Jackie isn't present, but the aircraft, which has a distinctive 'Dragon' livery, will certainly pull in the crowds during the show.
To get the latest news and views from this year's Singapore Airshow, visit our dedicated show page
The Boeing 787 landed at Singapore today in anticipation of this week's Singapore Airshow. The Dreamliner is in the midst of a six-month "Dream Tour" taking it around the world and will be on static display between 14-17 February .
Also, check out how Boeing branded the sky during a recent test flight.
Here, from Flightglobal's AirSpace gallery, is a lovely image from last week's Bahrain air show of a (repetitively named) Bahrain Air Airbus A320 doing its stuff with the tail of a Sukhoi Su-27 of the Russian Knights display team in the foreground.here.
Pictured over the Dubai desert is a joint display from the Al Fursan and Patrouille de France teams. Al Fursan - The Knights - is the UAE's aerobatic team, flying Alenia Aermacchi MB-339As. Video highlights can be found here.
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