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Lockheed P-38 Lightning (N25Y) - Lockheed P-38 Lightning 06.29.2014 Cannes france
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Lockheed P-38 Lightning (N25Y)


Lockheed P-38 Lightning 06.29.2014 Cannes france


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Dave Blevins
Excellent aircraft that few of today's airline jocks could fly.
Patrick Lopez
Lockheed P-38 Lightning. Beautiful bird.
My favorite WWII fighter.......Gorgeous!!!!!
When we allowed to get under the pylons at the Reno Air Races, she would fly overhead by about 50' and at 385 MPH. The ground would shake as if an earthquake just hit. What a rush!
Too bad they invented jet engines so early. Prop a/c were really getting kool after WWII....
When I took pilot's training at Langley, B.C., my instructor was a former W.W. II pilot who flew this aircraft. He told how if you cut all power to one engine and full power to the other he could put it into a flat spin. Now that's exciting!
Dolf Brouwers
Antoine de saint Exupery (little prince) flew the P38 and died in it !
Richard Bong was the high score fighter pilot in WW2 in a P 38
john cook
This IS my favorite plane but I liked the white lighting paint better Ol lucky 013.
When she rounded pylon 6 at Reno she looked like a lawnmower ,sagebrush flying in her wake.
Blue-skys Lefty.
Marco Jansen
I love P38's they are the most sexiest planes ever :)
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
05-Apr-2024 UnknownSalzburg (W. A. Mozart) ()Salzburg (W. A. Mozart) () 07:02PM CEST 08:18PM CEST 1:15
05-Apr-2024 UnknownNear Karres, Tyrol, AustriaSalzburg (W. A. Mozart) () 04:44PM CEST 05:11PM CEST 0:26
05-Apr-2024 UnknownSalzburg (W. A. Mozart) ()Near Salzburg, Salzburg 04:05PM CEST Last seen 04:08PM CEST 0:02
05-Apr-2024 UnknownSalzburg (W. A. Mozart) ()Salzburg (W. A. Mozart) () 12:06PM CEST 12:28PM CEST 0:21
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