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16 People Who Make Flights Miserable
Gingerina
10 mar 2016 13:18

Airline passengers you don't want to be stuck next to.

Airline passengers you don't want to be stuck next to.

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Gingerina
09 mar 2016 10:32

Peacocks do have over 200 colorful elongated feathers that attract not just their potential partners, but many people’s attention and cameras, too. Few people get a chance to see these birds off a ground, but they can, indeed, fly. Though usually peacocks do that in case of danger, rather than pleasure. When predators appear, birds start running and flutter into the air.

Peacocks do have over 200 colorful elongated feathers that attract not just their potential partners, but many people’s attention and cameras, too.

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92-Year-Old WWII Female Pilot Flies One Last Time
Gingerina
13 may 2015 12:47

Last week, as we remembered those who secured victory in Europe 70 years ago, 92-year-old veteran Joy Lofthouse was in the skies one last time.

Last week, as we remembered those who secured victory in Europe 70 years ago, 92-year-old veteran Joy Lofthouse was in the skies one last time.

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Love at first flight
Katarina
12 aug 2014 10:07

The two strangers felt an immediate spark, but they were separated after their flight before they could exchange phone numbers or email addresses.

The two strangers felt an immediate spark, but they were separated after their flight before they could exchange phone numbers or email addresses.

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Norwegian Truck Driver Builds a Hyper-Realistic Boeing 737 Cockpit
Helen
07 sep 2013 13:55

32-year-old Kjetil Mathisen, from Norway loves flying machines so much that he has taken his passion to new heights. About two years ago, Kejtil and his friend Stian Alexander Hoddevik decided to build their own replica Boeing 737 cockpit from scratch. The cockpit is nearly identical to the original and it is even connected to Microsoft flight simulator software that allows them to engage in virtual flights. Nice job!

32-year-old Kjetil Mathisen, from Norway loves flying machines so much that he has taken his passion to new heights.