Flying Mallard Duck (Illustration)
Digital image of a mallard, a wild, dabbling duck that is native to the Northern Hemisphere. This mallard duck is flying up out of the pond, surrounded by cat tails.
Unidentified Flying Object (Illustration)
Coloring page, depicting an alien spaceship, also called a UFO or Unidentified Flying Object. Many people claim to have seen these fanciful objects, but their actual existence has never been proven.
- Aviation Careers
This aviation school page comprises information about aviation careers in the United States of America plus a photo of an aviation school sign advertising flying lessons.
- Hobbies Directory
Browse this hobbies product and service directory for information about hobby products and services in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts flying an orange and yellow kite.
Executive Jet (Illustration)
This picture shows a an executive jet flying by a cityscape at night. Many people travel for business purposes every day, and air travel is one of the most efficient means of transportation, accounting for a large percentage of business travel.
Vintage Airplane (Photograph)
Flying small aircraft is a favorite recreational pursuit for many. Airports throughout the country host fly-ins and airshows to preserve our aviation heritage.
- Norwegian Stortinget Building (Digital Image)
A close-up of Stortinget, the Norwegian Parliament building in Oslo. The Norwegian flag sits at the center of the building, flying dramatically in a dark blue sky.
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- Airplane Flying Handbook. Washington, DC. U.S. DOT, FAA, Flight Standards. 2004.
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