детское автокресло от 0 до 13 кг
Air International 1980-09
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British Aerospace Harrier GR Mk 3 tactical fighters of No 1 Squadron from RAF Wittering on exercise.
The colourful Hunter F Mk 51 G-HUNT, which has recently made its debut on the UK air show scene. Originally serving with the Danish Air Force as E-418, it was marked G9-490 prior to its first flight in civil guise on 20 March 1980.
The Sea Fury G-BCOW, which continues to be flown at air shows by Spencer Flack.
C-101 the trainer
The new Boeing 234: the 44-passenger reason.
F-5G Newest member of F-5 family of tactical fighters and trainers. Designed to meet emerging worldwide needs for defense through the turn of the century. A single General Electric F-404 engine replaces twin J-85 engines of earlier F-5s. Result: 60 percent increase in available thrust. Mach 2 class.
F-5E Air-to-air combat superiority over anticipated threats. Air-to-ground capability fulfilling user needs. Easy maintenance. Rapid turnaround. All at affordable cost.
F-5F Fighter/trainer with two cockpits, dual controls for advanced pilot training. Retains full tactical capability.
RF-5E Dedicated reconnaissance version of F-5E. Retains air-to-air and air-to-ground capabilities.
F-5G Newest member of F-5 family of tactical fighters and trainers. Designed to meet emerging worldwide needs for defense through the turn of the century. A single General Electric F-404 engine replaces twin J-85 engines of earlier F-5s. Result: 60 percent increase in available thrust. Mach 2 class.
F-5E Air-to-air combat superiority over anticipated threats. Air-to-ground capability fulfilling user needs. Easy maintenance. Rapid turnaround. All at affordable cost.
F-5F Fighter/trainer with two cockpits, dual controls for advanced pilot training. Retains full tactical capability.
RF-5E Dedicated reconnaissance version of F-5E. Retains air-to-air and air-to-ground capabilities.
F-5G Newest member of F-5 family of tactical fighters and trainers. Designed to meet emerging worldwide needs for defense through the turn of the century. A single General Electric F-404 engine replaces twin J-85 engines of earlier F-5s. Result: 60 percent increase in available thrust. Mach 2 class.
F-5E Air-to-air combat superiority over anticipated threats. Air-to-ground capability fulfilling user needs. Easy maintenance. Rapid turnaround. All at affordable cost.
F-5F Fighter/trainer with two cockpits, dual controls for advanced pilot training. Retains full tactical capability.
RF-5E Dedicated reconnaissance version of F-5E. Retains air-to-air and air-to-ground capabilities.