plane spotter


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plane spotter

n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) a person who observes, photographs, and catalogues aircraft as a hobby
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A thrilling video recorded by a German plane spotter shows how aircrafts battled strong winds during landing at the airport with about 20 planes aborting the landing at the last minute.
AN author claims to have solved the 70-year mystery of band leader Glenn Miller's death using the diary of a teenage plane spotter.
The footage - taken by Wirral-based plane spotter Matthew Jones - shows the huge aircraft abandon the landing, going into a climb and retracting its landing gear.
Devesh Agarwal, an aviation enthusiast, plane spotter and blogger, who newly came across the development, said: "Air India should explain as to why it's cannibalizing such a new aircraft.
Asked how long she'd been a plane spotter, she quickly corrected me - apparently there is a vast difference between a 'plane spotter' and an 'aviation enthusiast' - Karis was most definitely the latter.
com) and saw your article "Busy with the Blitz-Proofing" from the October 2005 issue ["Home Front," by managing editor Carl Zebrowski], I enjoyed the article thoroughly, but near the end you said, "No plane spotter ever saw an enemy plane.
If terrorists have targeted a plane and you are on it there is nothing a plane spotter can do to help you.
Plane Spotter ($8; available at airports or from www.
Huntley had a secret ``quiet area'' where he went plane-spotting at Lakenheath,near the ditch where the girls were found,fellow plane spotter Benjamin Hickling told the jury.
THE father of a Midland plane spotter charged with spying in Greece has revealed that the discovery of a vital letter could help clear his son's name.
A PLANE spotter exposed himself to three young girls among sand dunes at a caravan park.