After our first cutaway collections on spacecraft and weapons, here comes a new one: Aircraft! You can see here a few really rare and special illustrations, some of them never published on the Internet before.

Breguet-905 “Fauvette”

Image: Aviation Magazine, May 15, 1958.


Jodel-S.A.N. D-140 “Mousquetaire”

Image: Aviation Magazine, May 15, 1958.


GAMD “Étendard” IV M

Image: Aviation Magazine, June 1, 1958.


Breguet Br-490 “Intégral”

Image: Aviation Magazine, May 1, 1958.


Boeing C-97A “Stratofreighter”

Image: Aero Digest, September, 1948


Douglas D-558 “Skystreak”

Image: Aero Digest, March, 1947


Curtiss-Wright electronic trainer for Pan American World Airways

Image: Aero Digest, May, 1947


Cancargo Loadmaster

Image: Aero Digest, March, 1949


Northrop B-49 flying wing jet bomber

Image: Aero Digest, July, 1949


Transport version of the Northrop B-49 flying wing jet bomber

Image: Aero Digest, March, 1949


Bell VX-15

Image: NASA


KC-135N A/RIA (Apollo/Range Instrumentation Aircraft)

Image: NASA


Douglas A3D-2Q (EA-3B) “Skywarrior”

Image: U.S. Navy


North American YF-93A.

Image: National Museum of the US Air Force


North American XB-45

Image: National Museum of the US Air Force


MiG-15

In: Nagyváradi Sándor: Hangsebesség felett. Műszaki Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1966.


Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II

Image: National Museum of the US Air Force


Spirit of St. Louis

Image: San Diego Air and Space Museum


Convair CV-240

Image: San Diego Air and Space Museum


Secret Drawing for the preliminary study of the World's First Atomic Engine Aicraft

Image: John W. Burgess/San Diego Air and Space Museum


North American X-15

Image: NASA/Wikimedia Commons


Airbus A300 ZERO-G by Novespace

Image: Novespace


Airbus A400M

Image: Airbus Military S.L.


Harrier Jump Jet

Image: Bonhams


Comet Airliner

Image: Laurence Dunn/Bonhams

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