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SAUDI-IRAN/MUSIC
RTS36I5A
March 18, 2020
Saudi youth plays musical instrument on board a plane during a flight to al-Ula, to attend the Tantura...
IN AIR, Saudi Arabia
Saudi youth plays musical instrument on board a plane during a flight to al-Ula, to attend the Tantura...
Saudi youth plays musical instrument on board a plane during a flight to al-Ula, to attend the Tantura Festival, Saudi Arabia March 6, 2020. Picture taken March 6, 2020. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri
AIRBUS- A330/
RTS24QUF
November 06, 2018
An Airbus A330-800 aircraft flies during a flight event presentation in Colomiers near Toulouse, France,...
COLOMIERS, France
An Airbus A330-800 aircraft flies during a flight event presentation in Colomiers near Toulouse
An Airbus A330-800 aircraft flies during a flight event presentation in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, November 6, 2018. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
BOEING-737MAX/
RTX1XRS4
December 08, 2015
The cockpit is pictured during a media tour of the Boeing 737 MAX at the Boeing plant in Renton, Washington...
Renton, UNITED STATES
The cockpit is pictured during a media tour of the Boeing 737 MAX at the Boeing plant in Renton, Washington...
The cockpit is pictured during a media tour of the Boeing 737 MAX at the Boeing plant in Renton, Washington December 7, 2015. Picture taken December 7, 2015. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
INDONESIA-PLANE/ICING C
RTR4KJ9G
January 08, 2015
- INDONESIA-PLANE/ICING ­ Diagram showing flight instruments that can be affected by icing when passing...
Indonesia
INDONESIA-PLANE/ICING C
- INDONESIA-PLANE/ICING ­ Diagram showing flight instruments that can be affected by icing when passing through storm clouds. (SIN01)
ALGERIA-FLIGHT/
RTR4IVD2
December 21, 2014
Lebanese Internal Security Forces play instruments as ambulances drive by carrying the bodies of Lebanese...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese Internal Security Forces play instruments as ambulances drive by carrying the bodies of Lebanese...
Lebanese Internal Security Forces play instruments as ambulances drive by carrying the bodies of Lebanese victims of the Air Algerie flight AH5017 crash, during an offical ceremony at the Beirut international airport December 21, 2014. The Air Algerie flight crashed in July en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers with 110 passengers on board, an Algerian aviation official said. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
SWITZERLAND-SCIENCE/
RTR4DG4V
November 09, 2014
The pilot seat is pictured in the sleep position in the cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2...
Payerne, Switzerland
The pilot seat is pictured in the sleep position in the cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2...
The pilot seat is pictured in the sleep position in the cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its base in Payerne November 8, 2014. From left to right instruments are : fuses, throttle, power management, autopilot, motor control, flying instruments and telecomunication. The aircraft, which was unveiled April 9, weighs 2.4 tons with a wingspan of 72 meters (236 ft.) and more than 17,000 solar cells. The attempt to fly around the world in stages using only solar energy will be made from March 2015 starting from Abu Dhabi. Picture taken with a fisheye lens. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SWITZERLAND-SCIENCE/
RTR4DG4U
November 09, 2014
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
Payerne, Switzerland
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its base in Payerne November 8, 2014. From left to right instruments are : fuses, throttle, power management, autopilot, motor control, flying instruments and telecomunication. The aircraft, which was unveiled April 9, weighs 2.4 tons with a wingspan of 72 meters (236 ft.) and more than 17,000 solar cells. The attempt to fly around the world in stages using only solar energy will be made from March 2015 starting from Abu Dhabi. Picture taken with a fisheye lens. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SWITZERLAND-SCIENCE/
RTR4DDRH
November 08, 2014
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
Payerne, Switzerland
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its base in Payerne November 8, 2014. From left to right instruments are : fuses, throttle, power management, autopilot, motor control, flying instruments and telecomunication. The aircraft, which was unveiled April 9, weighs 2.4 tons with a wingspan of 72 meters (236 ft.) and more than 17,000 solar cells. The attempt to fly around the world in stages using only solar energy will be made from March 2015 starting from Abu Dhabi. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SWITZERLAND-SCIENCE/
RTR4DDPY
November 08, 2014
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
Payerne, Switzerland
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its base in Payerne November 8, 2014. From left to right instruments are : fuses, throttle, power management, autopilot, motor control, flying instruments and telecomunication. The aircraft, which was unveiled April 9, weighs 2.4 tons with a wingspan of 72 meters (236 ft.) and more than 17,000 solar cells. The attempt to fly around the world in stages using only solar energy will be made from March 2015 starting from Abu Dhabi. Picture taken with a fisheye lens. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SWITZERLAND-SCIENCE/
RTR4DDPX
November 08, 2014
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
Payerne, Switzerland
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its base in Payerne November 8, 2014. From left to right instruments are : fuses, throttle, power management, autopilot, motor control, flying instruments and telecomunication. The aircraft, which was unveiled April 9, weighs 2.4 tons with a wingspan of 72 meters (236 ft.) and more than 17,000 solar cells. The attempt to fly around the world in stages using only solar energy will be made from March 2015 starting from Abu Dhabi. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SWITZERLAND-SCIENCE/
RTR4DDPT
November 08, 2014
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
Payerne, Switzerland
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its...
The cockpit of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is pictured after a training flight at its base in Payerne November 8, 2014. From left to right instruments are : fuses, throttle, power management, autopilot, motor control, flying instruments and telecomunication. The aircraft, which was unveiled April 9, weighs 2.4 tons with a wingspan of 72 meters (236 ft.) and more than 17,000 solar cells. The attempt to fly around the world in stages using only solar energy will be made from March 2015 starting from Abu Dhabi. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-USA/SPACE
RTR3GKIN
March 11, 2014
Astronaut Michael Hopkins (front) of the U.S. holds a musical instrument during a news conference, while...
Karaganda, Kazakhstan
Astronaut Hopkins of the U.S. holds a musical instrument during a news conference in Karaganda
Astronaut Michael Hopkins (front) of the U.S. holds a musical instrument during a news conference, while wearing a traditional Kazakh hat and costume, in Karaganda, March 11, 2014. An American astronaut and two Russians who carried a Sochi Olympic torch into open space landed safely and on time on Tuesday in Kazakhstan, defying bad weather and ending their 166-day mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Inside the capsule were former ISS commander Oleg Kotov and flight engineers Sergei Ryazansky and Hopkins from NASA. The trio launched together into space on September 25. REUTERS/Vasily Maximov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: TRANSPORT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/
RTR3GJ6R
March 11, 2014
A reflection of military officer Duong Van Lanh is seen from instrument panels as he works onboard a...
THO CHU, Vietnam
A reflection of military officer Duong Van Lanh is seen from instrument panels during a mission to find...
A reflection of military officer Duong Van Lanh is seen from instrument panels as he works onboard a Vietnamese airforce AN-26 during a mission to find the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 off Tho Chu islands March 11, 2014. The so-far fruitless search for a missing Malaysian airliner entered its fourth day on Tuesday, as sources in Europe, the United States and Asia voiced growing scepticism that the flight lost with 239 people on board was the target of an attack. The massive search has drawn in navies, military aircraft, coastguard and civilian vessels from 10 nations, but failed to turn up any trace of the Boeing 777-200ER that vanished about an hour into a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing early on Saturday. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
SPACE-COMET/ROSETTA
RTX17N2K
January 20, 2014
A scale model of the Rosetta spacecraft is pictured at the European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) in...
Darmstadt, Germany
A scale model of the Rosetta spacecraft is pictured at the ESOC in Darmstadt
A scale model of the Rosetta spacecraft is pictured at the European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) in Darmstadt January 20, 2014. Comet-chasing spacecraft Rosetta woke from nearly three years of hibernation on Monday to complete a decade-long deep space mission that scientists hope will help unlock some of the secrets of the solar system. Rosetta, which was launched by the ESA in 2004, is due to rendezvous with comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko and land a probe on it this year in an unprecedented manoeuvre. The model, a working copy of the Rosetta spacecraft in orbit, serves as a training instrument for the flight control team. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
LAN-GE/PERU
RTR2YC0H
February 23, 2012
LAN Airlines Captain Jose Salazar-Calderon points to equipment at the cockpit as they prepare to take...
Cuzco, Peru
LAN Airlines Captain Salazar-Calderon points to equipment at the cockpit as they prepare to take off...
LAN Airlines Captain Jose Salazar-Calderon points to equipment at the cockpit as they prepare to take off from Cuzco to Lima, in the first Latin American flight using the Required Navigation Performance system, in Cuzco, February 23, 2012. Stung by higher fuel costs, LAN Airlines flew Latin America's first flight on Thursday using a navigational system from takeoff to landing that it says will save time and money and reduce pollution. LAN said the Required Navigation Performance system by General Electric will reduce carbon emissions from each flight on its popular Cuzco-Lima route, which takes tourists from the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in the treacherous Andes to the capital on the Pacific Coast. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo(PERU - Tags: TRANSPORT ENERGY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
LIBYA/
RTR2R35S
September 10, 2011
Members of a police band leave their instruments on the ground and wait on a runway for the National...
Tripoli, Libya
Members of a police band leave their instruments on the ground and wait on a runway for the NTC head...
Members of a police band leave their instruments on the ground and wait on a runway for the National Transitional Council (NTC) head Mustafa Abdul Jalil at Mitiga airport in Tripoli September 10, 2011 .REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2PCKV
July 27, 2011
A rescue helicopter pilot from the Swiss air rescue organisation REGA guides his helicopter as it makes...
Bern, Switzerland
A rescue helicopter pilot from the Swiss air rescue organisation REGA guides his helicopter as it makes...
A rescue helicopter pilot from the Swiss air rescue organisation REGA guides his helicopter as it makes its approach flight on the Inselspital hospital during a media presentation in Bern, July 27, 2011. Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation allowed hospital flights in complete Instrument flight rules conditions using GPS guidance. This new procedure will increase the possibility to operate more medical evacuation flights during bad weather conditions. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2PCKT
July 27, 2011
A rescue helicopter pilot from the Swiss air rescue organisation REGA guides his helicopter as it makes...
Bern, Switzerland
A rescue helicopter pilot from the Swiss air rescue organisation REGA guides his helicopter as it makes...
A rescue helicopter pilot from the Swiss air rescue organisation REGA guides his helicopter as it makes its approach flight on the Inselspital hospital during a media presentation in Bern, July 27, 2011. Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation allowed hospital flights in complete Instrument flight rules conditions using GPS guidance. This new procedure will increase the possibility to operate more medical evacuation flights during bad weather conditions. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT HEALTH)
ROMANIA/
RTXSFC4
September 19, 2010
A participant rides in a self-made flying craft during the annual Red Bull Flugtag (Flight Day) event...
Bucharest, Romania
A participant rides in a self-made flying craft during the annual Red Bull Flugtag (Flight Day) event...
A participant rides in a self-made flying craft during the annual Red Bull Flugtag (Flight Day) event in Bucharest September 19, 2010. Teams compete to build a craft capable of flying the furthest without the use of an engine. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ROMANIA
RTR2DQCC
May 11, 2010
Four military helicopters fly above a brass band performing during a farmer's protest demanding state...
Bucharest, Romania
Four military helicopters fly above a brass band performing during a farmer's protest in front of government's...
Four military helicopters fly above a brass band performing during a farmer's protest demanding state subsidies in front of government's headquarters in Bucharest, May 11, 2010. Romanian unions threatened a wave of strikes which could cripple hospitals, schools and public transport in protest against draconian wage and pension cuts after President Traian Basescu announced the cuts last week, saying they were needed to ensure continuation of a 20 billion euro aid package led by the International Monetary Fund and would prevent higher taxes and a run on the currency. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
INDIA/
RTXDFNX
March 31, 2009
Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, tries to play the tabla, an Indian percussion instrument during...
New Delhi, India
Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama tries to play the tabla in New Delhi
Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, tries to play the tabla, an Indian percussion instrument during his visit at Gandhi Smriti, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, in New Delhi March 31, 2009. China has kept Tibetan areas under lockdown this month, which is not only the anniversary of last year's riots but also marks 50 years since the failed uprising against Chinese rule and the Dalai Lama's flight into exile in India. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA SOCIETY RELIGION)
VIRGINBLUE/
RTR1YYZV
March 31, 2008
A man plays an Australian aboriginal musical instrument, as Virgin Group Founder and Chairman Richard...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A man plays an Australian aboriginal musical instrument after a news conference in Los Angeles
A man plays an Australian aboriginal musical instrument, as Virgin Group Founder and Chairman Richard Branson (C) and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa watch, after a news conference in Los Angeles, California, March 31, 2008. Australia's Virgin Blue Holdings Ltd said on Monday its new airline, V Australia, planned to start daily flights between Sydney and Los Angeles from December. REUTERS/Hector Mata (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1PZDI
May 23, 2007
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner Engineering flight deck simulator is shown during a media tour of Boeing Co....
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Engineering flight deck simulator is shown during a media tour of Boeing Co. engineering...
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner Engineering flight deck simulator is shown during a media tour of Boeing Co. engineering labs in Seattle, Washington, May 22, 2007. REUTERS/Robert Sorbo (UNITED STATES)
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IRAQ
RTR1IB2M
October 14, 2006
Iraqi Air Force ground personnel check the instrument panel of a Russian-made MI-17 helicopter before...
Baghdad, Iraq
Iraqi Air Force ground personnel check the instrument panel of a Russian-made MI-17 helicopter before...
Iraqi Air Force ground personnel check the instrument panel of a Russian-made MI-17 helicopter before a flight mission in Baghdad, October 12, 2006. Picture taken October 12, 2006. REUTERS/Namir Noor-Eldeen (IRAQ)
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRVTTC
May 26, 2002
Brazilian midfielder Emerson plays a "Cavaquinho", an traditional
Brazilian instrument, during the squad's...
Pusan, Korea - Democratic peoples Republic of
BRAZILIAN MIDFIELDER EMERSON PLAYS A CAVAQUINHO DURING HIS FLIGHT TO
SOUTH KOREA.
Brazilian midfielder Emerson plays a "Cavaquinho", an traditional
Brazilian instrument, during the squad's flight to South Korea May 26,
2002. Brazil will face Turkey, China and Costa Rica in Group C of the
World Cup Finals starting May 31. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

PW/CP
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRDHKN
April 17, 2002
Manzoor Ansari, an Indian Muslim flute seller, plays one of his wares
to attract buyers in Bombay, April...
Bombay, Republic of India
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Manzoor Ansari, an Indian Muslim flute seller, plays one of his wares
to attract buyers in Bombay, April 18, 2002. Ansar, who sells the
wooden flutes at five Rupees (a little more than 10 cents) each, earns
around R50 (around $1) a day. There are about 312 million people in
India who fall below the povertly line in India, earning less then $1 a
day, according to World Bank estimates. REUTERS/Arko Datta

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AVIATION
RTXH4ET
November 20, 1997
United States Air Force KC135 tanker pilot Captain Steve McQuirk (L) adjusts instruments in preparation...
United States Air Force KC135 tanker pilot Captain Steve McQuirk (L) adjusts instruments in preparat.....
United States Air Force KC135 tanker pilot Captain Steve McQuirk (L) adjusts instruments in preparation for airborne refueling of US planes bound for the Persian Gulf as co-pilot Captain Jim Pompano (R) checks order documents as they approach a mid-air refueling rendezvous over the Atlantic Ocean 700 miles off of Bangor, Maine and 300 miles off the coast of Nova Scotia, November 20. The plane was meeting several KC-10 aerial tankers and eight F117 stealth fighters who are in the midst of a fifteen hour nonstop flight to Kuwait from Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. The US military continues to build its forces in the Gulf region despite indications of a diplomatic resolution to the Iraq crisis.
RTR8TR0
November 20, 1997
United States Air Force KC135 tanker pilot Captain Steve McQuirk (L) adjusts instruments in preparation...
UNITED STATES
US AIR FORCE PILOTS PREPARE FOR AIRBORNE REFUELING
United States Air Force KC135 tanker pilot Captain Steve McQuirk (L) adjusts instruments in preparation for airborne refueling of US planes bound for the Persian Gulf as co-pilot Captain Jim Pompano (R) checks order documents as they approach a mid-air refueling rendezvous over the Atlantic Ocean 700 miles off of Bangor, Maine and 300 miles off the coast of Nova Scotia, November 20. The plane was meeting several KC-10 aerial tankers and eight F117 stealth fighters who are in the midst of a fifteen hour nonstop flight to Kuwait from Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. The US military continues to build its forces in the Gulf region despite indications of a diplomatic resolution to the Iraq crisis.

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