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DUBAI-ODDLY/
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December 09, 2015
Gyrocopters fly over Dubai during the World Air Games 2015, United Arab Emirates December 9, 2015. REUTERS/Karim...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Gyrocopters fly over Dubai during the World Air Games 2015
Gyrocopters fly over Dubai during the World Air Games 2015, United Arab Emirates December 9, 2015. REUTERS/Karim Sahib/Pool
GERMANY/
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July 18, 2010
A gyrocopter flies over the western German city of Duisburg to get a view of the 60 km (38 miles) long...
Duisburg, Germany
A gyrocopter flies over Duisburg to get a view of the "Still-Life A40/B1" as part of an event for the...
A gyrocopter flies over the western German city of Duisburg to get a view of the 60 km (38 miles) long A40/B1 motorway between the western German cities of Dortmund and Duisburg, which has been turned into the "Still-Leben A40/B1" (Still-Life A40/B1) as part of an event for the European Capital of Culture RUHR 2010, July 18, 2010. One of Germany's main motorways came to a total standstill for six hours on Sunday to become the world's longest banquet table, with some 20,000 tables spread over two lanes of the highway. The opposite lanes were reserved for riding with anything that has wheels but no engine. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: ODDLY ENTERTAINMENT)
IRISH/
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March 22, 2010
Norman Surplus smiles as he prepares to take off in his gyroplane from Sandy Bay on the north Antrim...
Larne, United Kingdom
Norman Surplus smiles as he prepares to take off in his gyroplane from Sandy Bay on the north Antrim...
Norman Surplus smiles as he prepares to take off in his gyroplane from Sandy Bay on the north Antrim coast, northern Ireland March 22, 2010. Surplus is aiming to become the first person to circumnavigate the globe by gyroplane on his 27000 mile (43 452.2 km) journey . REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
IRISH/
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March 22, 2010
Norman Surplus takes off in his gyroplane from Sandy Bay on the north Antrim coast, northern Ireland...
Larne, United Kingdom
Norman Surplus takes off in his gyroplane from Sandy Bay on the north Antrim coast, northern Ireland
Norman Surplus takes off in his gyroplane from Sandy Bay on the north Antrim coast, northern Ireland March 22, 2010. Surplus is aiming to become the first person to circumnavigate the globe by gyroplane on his 27000 mile (43 452.2 km) journey . REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
IRISH/
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March 22, 2010
Norman Surplus prepares to take off in his gyroplane from Sandy Bay on the north Antrim coast, northern...
Larne, United Kingdom
Norman Surplus prepares to take off in his gyroplane from Sandy Bay on the north Antrim coast, northern...
Norman Surplus prepares to take off in his gyroplane from Sandy Bay on the north Antrim coast, northern Ireland March 22, 2010. Surplus is aiming to become the first person to circumnavigate the globe by gyroplane on his 27000 mile (43 452.2 km) journey . REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
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August 20, 2007
German police test fly a gyrocopter 'MT-03' near Schoenhagen airfield, south of Berlin August 20, 2007....
Berlin, Germany
German police test fly a gyrocopter 'MT-03' near Schoenhagen airfield south of Berlin
German police test fly a gyrocopter 'MT-03' near Schoenhagen airfield, south of Berlin August 20, 2007. The gyrocopter, which will be used by police for traffic control and searches, is less expensive than a conventional helicopter. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
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August 20, 2007
German police test fly a gyrocopter 'MT-03' at Schoenhagen airfield, south of Berlin August 20, 2007....
Berlin, Germany
German police test fly a gyrocopter 'MT-03' at Schoenhagen airfield south of Berlin
German police test fly a gyrocopter 'MT-03' at Schoenhagen airfield, south of Berlin August 20, 2007. The gyrocopter, which will be used by police for traffic control and searches, is less expensive than a conventional helicopter. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
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August 19, 2007
A journalist (front) is flown alongside a German police gyrocopter 'MT-03' during a test flight near...
Berlin, Germany
A journalist is flown alongside a German police gyrocopter 'MT-03' during a test flight near Schoenhagen...
A journalist (front) is flown alongside a German police gyrocopter 'MT-03' during a test flight near Schoenhagen airfield, south of Berlin August 20, 2007. The gyrocopter, which will be used by police for traffic control and searches, is less expensive than a conventional helicopter. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
BRITAIN
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April 26, 2004
British Army helicopter pilot Barry Jones takes off for the start of Expedition Global Eagle, the world's...
Farnborough, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH ARMY HELICOPTER PILOT JONES TAKES OFF IN AN AROUND THE WORLD ATTEMPT IN A GYROPLANE NEAR FARNBOROUGH....
British Army helicopter pilot Barry Jones takes off for the start of Expedition Global Eagle, the world's first attempt to fly around the world in an gyroplane, from Middle Wallop Air Base in Hampshire April 26, 2004. REUTERS/Natasha-Marie Brown RUS/JV
BRITAIN
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April 26, 2004
British Army helicopter pilot Barry Jones takes off for the start of Expedition Global Eagle, the world's...
Farnborough, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH ARMY HELICOPTER PILOT JONES TAKES OFF IN AN AROUND THE WORLD ATTEMPT IN A GYROPLANE NEAR FARNBOROUGH....
British Army helicopter pilot Barry Jones takes off for the start of Expedition Global Eagle, the world's first attempt to fly around the world in a gyroplane, from Middle Wallop Air Base in Hampshire, England, April 26, 2004. He is expected to make the journey in four months which will take him across Europe, into Asia and crossing into the Americas over the Bearing Straight - in all covering 25 countries and a distance of over 25,000 miles. REUTERS/Chris Fletcher RUS
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