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One Boeing 707 landed at Northolt by mistake and a number of other pilots were en route there when warned off by air traffic control.
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One and Boeing
One day, Gunner accompanies Jim on a test flight of a new bomber ( an early Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress prototype ).
One of Continental Airlines ' Boeing 777-200ER aircraft ( registered N77014 ) sported a special livery designed by Max.
The Boeing 707 that served as Air Force One from the Nixon years through the George H. W. Bush administration ( SAM 27000 ) is on display in Simi Valley, California at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
An exception to Soviet-built planes was made in 1968, when TAROM bought the BAC One Eleven for European and Middle East destinations, and in 1974 when it acquired Boeing 707 aircraft to share its long-haul operations with the Il-62.
The main part is the airborne portion, the US Navy Strategic Communications Wing One based at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma which flies three Fleet Air Reconnaissance squadrons ( VQ-3, VQ-4 and VQ-7 ) equipped with Boeing IDS E-6B Mercury TACAMO aircraft.
One member of the US team was George S. Schairer, who was at that time working at the Boeing company.
One of these airlines was Pacific Air Transport ( PAT ), which Boeing had acquired because of PAT's west coast mail contract in January 1928.
Andrews is widely known for serving as the home base of two Boeing VC-25A aircraft with the call sign Air Force One that serve the President of the United States.
* May 23 – Shamu One, a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-300 painted like and named after a SeaWorld killer whale, begins flying for the airline.
However, while the airport has hosted Boeing 747s ( and notably, the U. S. President's Air Force One ), as of 2009, the largest aircraft to use the airport for regularly scheduled service are the Airbus A330-300s operated by Air Berlin on non stop flights to Düsseldorf.
In April 2010, President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama landed in Asheville aboard Air Force One ( Boeing C-32 ) for a weekend getaway.
In October 2011, President Obama landed in Asheville aboard the larger ( Boeing VC-25 ) Air Force One to kick off his North Carolina and Virginia bus tour to promote his Jobs Bill and gave a speech at the airport, and made a reference in his speech that cited potential enhancements at the airport as part of the jobs push.
One potential system for this use might be an airborne laser, being tested on the Boeing YAL-1 which later canceled.
The first jet-powered Air Force One ( 1959 – 62, SAM 970 ), a Boeing VC-137B, was flown to Boeing Field in 1996.
One of the contractors, Boeing, initially proposed utilizing the Space Shuttle Main Engines ( SSME ).
One big event Wead was involved with during 1924 – 25 was the planning for the San Francisco to Hawaii endurance and navigation tests to comprise two Naval Aircraft Factory PN-9 flying boats, and one Boeing PB-1 flying boat.
One and 707
One of the early settlements discovered in Bahrain suggests that Sennacherib, king of Assyria ( 707 – 681 BC ) attacked northeast Arabia and captured the Bahrain islands.
One day during the Jīng Lóng ( 景龍 ) period ( about 707 CE ), she ascended to Heaven in broad daylight, and became a Hsien ( Taoist Immortal ).
One of the early sites discovered in Bahrain suggests that Sennacherib, king of Assyria ( 707 – 681 BC ), attacked northeast Arabia and captured the Bahrainian islands.
A exhibit hangar serves as the setting for the permanent display of the Boeing 707 aircraft utilized as Air Force One during Reagan's administration.
Nixon's choice to fly commercial did not end up actually saving fuel, as the Boeing 707 then serving as Air Force One later flew empty from Washington to California to pick him up.
After the engagement, just prior to takeoff, the Boeing 707 acting as Air Force One got stuck in the mud, the taxiway not being designed for aircraft as wide as the Boeing 707.
One promotion had him bowling the highest ( altitude ) game ever in " Operation AstroBowl ," which took place on a Boeing 707 on January 7, 1964.
It spent a day " resting " and refuelling in New York before making its final flight on 5 November 2003 from New York JFK to Boeing Field, Seattle in an unusual supersonic flight ( which required special permission ) over the uninhabited part of northern Canada, to Seattle, where it is currently displayed at the Museum of Flight, alongside the first 707 that served as Air Force One and the prototype Boeing 747.
One and landed
One young man, exhilarated to the point of insanity by liquor and the excitement of the moment, performed a perfect swan dive out of the stands at the Yale Bowl during the Yale-Army football game, landed squarely on his head on the concrete ramp below, and died at once.
One factor in the social anatomy of these governments had been the retention of a very substantial share in political power by the landed elite, the Junkers, resulting from the absence of a revolutionary breakthrough by the peasants in combination with urban areas.
One, led by Bruce and his brother Edward landed at Turnberry Castle and began a guerrilla war in south-west Scotland.
One of the other competitors mentioned that auditions were being held for a production of South Pacific ; and Connery landed a small part.
One of the enemy's flaming arrows landed in the crib of the infant, Richard Mentor Johnson, but it was quickly doused by Johnson's sister Betsy.
Air Force One landed at Offutt shortly before 3: 00 p. m. At 3: 06, Bush passed through security to the US Strategic Command Underground Command Center () and was taken into an underground bunker designed to withstand a nuclear blast.
One night Colonial forces landed on the beach in nearby Crab Meadow, and moving down the beach overtook the fort.
One occasion demonstrates the variability: Hayata was atop a building during a mission where Alien Baltan was attacking, and the Beta Capsule fell out of his reach and landed on a ledge below.
One of Grattan's main grounds of opposition to the union had been his dread of seeing the political leadership in Ireland pass out of the hands of the landed gentry ; and he prophesied that the time would come when Ireland would send to the united parliament a hundred of the greatest rascals in the kingdom.
One of the B-25s landed in the Soviet Union at Vladivostok, where it was confiscated and its crew interned for more than a year.
In June 1996, the first Douglas DC-9-82 of Italian airline Air One Smart Carrier landed at 14: 14 for the inaugural charter flight.
One of the rockets landed next to a B-Hut in a camp located on the west side of the base killing a Bosnian national, who was working at Bagram as a contract firefighter.
On March 18, 2009 President Barack Obama's Air Force One landed at Long Beach Airport for the President's town hall meetings in Orange County and Los Angeles.
While it was active, all U. S. Presidents in the post-WWII era landed in Air Force One at this airfield.
* Air Force One landed at the airport two times during the 2004 United States Election for nearby rallies in support of George W. Bush ( Air Force One also visited the airport in 1974 when then President Richard M. Nixon made a speech at the airport and arrived to give endorsement to James Sparling, a Congressional candidate ).
One reconnaissance team in two helicopters landed on Takur Ghar, Ghar, a snowcapped, 10, 200-foot mountain where temperatures at the top reached 40 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and dropped to a negative five at night.