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The world’s largest aircraft engine, the GE90-115B found on all Boeing 777-300ERs and 200LRs

I have always loved the General Electric GE90-115B engines which exclusively power all Boeing 777-200LRs and 777-300ERs. The super large size and low throated moan when operating just tickles me. The GE90 series are physically the largest engines in aviation today, the GE90-115B, has a fan diameter of 3.25 meter (10ft 8 in). The engine has a larger diameter than …

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Night spotting images: Air France Airbus A330 F-GZCD, Lufthansa Boeing 747-430 D-ABTL

I am travelling to Thailand and Malaysia this week. Some night time long exposure images for your enjoyment. Last week we had Air France’s Airbus A330-203 F-GZCM baking in the sun due to a flight delay , here we have it’s sister F-GZCD getting ready to depart Bangalore for Paris Charles De Gaulle at it’s regularly scheduled time around 01:30. …

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Images: Smokin Touchdowns – Kingfisher A320s

This edition of Smokin Touchdowns is all about Kingfisher Airline’s Airbus A320 fleet, featuring VT-KFC, VT-KFE, VT-KFX. To see more Smokin Touchdowns, click here. Today is Gandhi Jayanti, the birth anniversary of the father of India Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Across the nation it is a “dry day” i.e. all sales of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. As usual comments, bouquets or …

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