/r/AirCraftPorn

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This subreddit is for any image that showcases mankind's ability to take to the air.

When posting:

  • Please help out the community by identifying the plane/helicopter via its nickname or NATO reporting name.

  • When possible, please give the image size.

Also, no need to limit this to only Military aircraft. There are plenty of other beautiful airplanes around that deserve just as much attention!

Enjoy. :)


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/r/AirCraftPorn

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I drew two Boeing 747 airplanes 😃 Cathay Pacific and Saudi Arabia

6 Comments
2023/01/31
16:02 UTC

210

Photographer Camden Thrasher captured this close up shot of a Navy fighter (F-18?) creating shockwaves as it approaches mach.

4 Comments
2023/01/28
23:54 UTC

69

Does anyone know the airline of this plane?

8 Comments
2023/01/28
08:40 UTC

35

Can you identify this jet?

11 Comments
2023/01/24
18:13 UTC

83

Mirage III CJ - Israeli Air Force

0 Comments
2023/01/22
08:07 UTC

313

Afterburners anyone?

15 Comments
2023/01/12
00:46 UTC

13

Blue Angels over San Francisco 1998

1 Comment
2023/01/11
19:24 UTC

53

Not sure if the Jet Biplane would work

7 Comments
2023/01/07
12:19 UTC

105

S-3 Viking inverted [400x400]

7 Comments
2023/01/07
12:16 UTC

55

Little pieces of aircraft made into keychains (and other cool stuff)

Some awesome pieces from www.tailfins.co.uk They've got cufflinks, keyrings, magnets, all sorts. Love the British Airways 747 one

0 Comments
2022/12/30
21:51 UTC

106

747-8 @ O’Hare Intl Airport

1 Comment
2022/12/12
03:52 UTC

149

A Lockheed 10B Electra at William P. Hobby Airport in Houston, Texas. March 1940. (Credit to DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University.)

2 Comments
2022/12/08
20:28 UTC

132

G-37 (Grohovsky G-37) - a 1933 Soviet twin-boom troop carrier. It supposed to carry up to 10 passengers and to drop a passenger pod from the underneath. Despite successful tests it never went to massive production stage.

6 Comments
2022/12/07
14:21 UTC

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