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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
USA-MILITARY/
RTX2J5FP
July 01, 2016
United States Air Force Staff Sergeant John Loera adjusts instruments while flying a KC-10 refueling...
Atlantic Ocean, UNITED STATES
United States Air Force Staff Sergeant John Loera adjusts instruments while flying a KC-10 refueling...
United States Air Force Staff Sergeant John Loera adjusts instruments while flying a KC-10 refueling tanker on a mission to escort several F-35A fighters over the Atlantic Ocean, June 30, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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
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)
USA-GUITARS/
RTR48VID
October 03, 2014
Visitors explore the world's largest playable guitar, part of a new exhibition from the National Guitar...
Jersey City, UNITED STATES
Visitors explore the world's largest playable guitar, part of a new exhibition from the National Guitar...
Visitors explore the world's largest playable guitar, part of a new exhibition from the National Guitar Museum "Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked The World" on display at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey, October 3, 2014. The 45.5 foot (13.87 meters) long copy of a Gibson Flying V guitar was built by students at the Academy of Science & Technology in Houston, Texas in 2001. The exhibition, which runs from October 4 through January 4, 2015, explores facets of the world's most popular instrument from its history as an instrument of popular culture over the past 400 years to the science of creating sound with wood, steel and other materials runs from October 4 through January 4, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-GUITARS/
RTR48VIC
October 03, 2014
Visitors explore the world's largest playable guitar, part of a new exhibition from the National Guitar...
Jersey City, UNITED STATES
Visitors explore the world's largest playable guitar, part of a new exhibition from the National Guitar...
Visitors explore the world's largest playable guitar, part of a new exhibition from the National Guitar Museum "Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked The World" on display at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey, October 3, 2014. The 45.5 foot (13.87 meters) long 2,255-pound (1,023 kg) copy of a Gibson Flying V guitar was built by students at the Academy of Science & Technology in Houston, Texas in 2001. The exhibition, which runs from October 4 through January 4, 2015, explores facets of the world's most popular instrument from its history as an instrument of popular culture over the past 400 years to the science of creating sound with wood, steel and other materials. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-GUITARS/
RTR48VIB
October 03, 2014
A visitor explores the world's largest playable guitar, part of a new exhibition from the National Guitar...
Jersey City, UNITED STATES
A visitor explores the world's largest playable guitar, part of a new exhibition from the National Guitar...
A visitor explores the world's largest playable guitar, part of a new exhibition from the National Guitar Museum "Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked The World" on display at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey, October 3, 2014. The 45.5 foot (13.86 meters) long copy of a Gibson Flying V guitar was built by students at the Academy of Science & Technology in Houston, Texas in 2001. The exhibition, which runs from October 4 through January 4, 2015, explores facets of the world's most popular instrument from its history as an instrument of popular culture over the past 400 years to the science of creating sound with wood, steel and other materials. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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)
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)
BRITISHENERGY-EDF/
RTX8VI7
September 24, 2008
Flags fly in the breeze outside the British Energy Hunterston 'B' nuclear power station near Largs in...
Largs, United Kingdom
Flags fly in the breeze outside the British Energy Hunterston 'B' nuclear power station near Largs in...
Flags fly in the breeze outside the British Energy Hunterston 'B' nuclear power station near Largs in west Scotland September 24, 2008. French utility EDF launched a 12.5 billion pound agreed bid for nuclear operator British Energy, in a revamped offer to take control of Britain's nuclear power industry. EDF, the world's biggest maker of nuclear energy, said on Wednesday it was offering 774 pence per British Energy share. It also proposed an alternative of 700 pence in cash plus one nuclear power note, a financial instrument linked to BE's future performance. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
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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Oddly Enough
Scientists Control Flight of Pigeons - 28 Feb 2007
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HAMPTON
RTXLHY9
September 07, 2002
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for jazz great Lionel Hampton in New...
New York, USA
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for jazz great Lionel Hampton in New.....
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for jazz great Lionel Hampton in New York, September 7, 2002. Hampton, an American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late 1920s, died on August 31, aged 94.[ Hampton, who played with many of the leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians.]
HAMPTON
RTXLHY8
September 07, 2002
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on September...
New York, USA
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on Se.....
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on September 7, 2002. Hampton, an American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late 1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. [Hampton, who played with many of the leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. ]
PEOPLE HAMPTON FUNERAL
RTR9ZG8
September 07, 2002
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for
jazz great Lionel Hampton in New...
New York, United States of America
WYNTON MARSALIS LEADS FUNERAL PROCESSION FOR JAZZ GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON.
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for
jazz great Lionel Hampton in New York, September 7, 2002. Hampton, an
American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument
and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late
1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. Hampton, who played with many of the
leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie
Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz
standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was
also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. REUTERS/Chip East

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PEOPLE HAMPTON FUNERAL
RTR9ZFQ
September 07, 2002
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for
jazz great Lionel Hampton in New...
New York, United States of America
WYNTON MARSALIS LEADS FUNERAL PROCESSION FOR JAZZ GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON.
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for
jazz great Lionel Hampton in New York, September 7, 2002. Hampton, an
American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument
and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late
1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. Hampton, who played with many of the
leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie
Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz
standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was
also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. REUTERS/Chip East

CME/ME
PEOPLE HAMPTON FUNERAL
RTR9ZF3
September 07, 2002
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on September...
New York, United States of America
ORCHESTRA PLAYS AT THE FUNERAL FOR JAZZ GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON.
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on September 7, 2002. Hampton, an American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late 1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. Hampton, who played with many of the leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. REUTERS/Chip East

CME/ME
PEOPLE HAMPTON FUNERAL
RTR9ZE2
September 07, 2002
Former U.S. President George Bush speaks at the funeral for jazz
musician Lionel Hampton in New York,...
New York
GEORGE H W BUSH SPEAKS AT THE FUNERAL FOR JAZZ GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON.
Former U.S. President George Bush speaks at the funeral for jazz
musician Lionel Hampton in New York, September 7, 2002. Hampton, an
American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument
and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late
1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. Hampton, who played with many of the
leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie
Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz
standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was
also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. REUTERS/Chip East

CME/GN
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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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRLT0C
February 11, 1999
Family members of the Dutch victims that were killed when a U.S. Marine jet cut the cables on a ski gondola...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS WALK TO COURT AT CAMP LEJUNE.
Family members of the Dutch victims that were killed when a U.S. Marine jet cut the cables on a ski gondola in Cavalese, Italy last year walk to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, February 11, for the court-martial of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby. A witness in the court-martial said, February 10, that the Marine jet that Ashby was flying had a faulty instrument but still was considered its squadron's most reliable plane.

RBD/JP/KM
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRLSYZ
February 11, 1999
Family members of the Belgian victims that were killed when a U.S. Marine jet cut the cables on a ski...
Jacksonville, USA
BELGIAN FAMILY MEMBERS WALK TO COURT ROOM AT CAMP LEJUNE.
Family members of the Belgian victims that were killed when a U.S. Marine jet cut the cables on a ski gondola in Cavalese, Italy last year, walk to the court room at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, February 11, for the court-martial of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby. A witness in the court-martial said, February 10, that the Marine jet that Ashby was flying had a faulty instrument but still was considered its squadron's most reliable plane.

RBD/JP/KM
RTR1Y7J
February 20, 1997
A Hong Kong government flying service Super King airplane taxis lands for the first time at the territory's...
Hong Kong
FIRST PLANE LANDS AT HONG KONG'S NEW AIRPORT
A Hong Kong government flying service Super King airplane taxis lands for the first time at the territory's Chek Lap Kok airport, scheduled to be completed in April 1998. The government aircraft carried officials onto the southern runway, and marked the preparation for future tests of the instrument landing system at the US$20.3 billion airport.

HONGKONG CHINA AIRPORT
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