Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Joe Cummings 18h
floating over right now. No idea why, been there for over 10 mins, same place. Anyone know?
Reply Retweet Like
For The Ville Apparel Sep 14
That is the helicopter to end all helicopters. My God. How did he get up from that??? 😱😱😱
Reply Retweet Like
Matt Muldoon Sep 14
Can't u go a bit higher at least? Or do orbits. F*ing migraine here.
Reply Retweet Like
rohit@khush_13rk🖊 Sep 15
Never approch a helicopter from the side or from the back The tail rotor is nearly invisible when rotating....
Reply Retweet Like
Completely Hydraulic Sep 16
Check out this repair for a ramp.🚁🚧👷 👍
Reply Retweet Like
Profile Russia 7h
routine training, taking advantage of the good weather to do some practice. is on business
Reply Retweet Like
Silversurfer1000 9m
End of a beautiful day to fly. Unlimited visibility and warm. London looked great basking in the autumn sun.
Reply Retweet Like
Hintermeier Daily - English version 9h
The Bundeswehr is fighting another serious arms breakdown.
Reply Retweet Like
Menno Swart Sep 12
Reply Retweet Like
ShermanOaksHelicopter 14h
Im like supes low on my bad guy round up numbers. Can anyone help a Heli out and @ some criminals for me?
Reply Retweet Like
Aerial Recon Sep 11
🚁I want to fly high and touch the sky 😃 ⁠
Reply Retweet Like
Mogammad Sadegh E M Sep 11
It is the picture of a nation who wants to be the best
Reply Retweet Like
Dhwani Singal 15h
Replying to @imDhoni_fc
Reply Retweet Like
ExperienceFR ™ Sep 15
Skip the traffic during the Show and arrive with our transfer services!
Reply Retweet Like
Terrill T. 🧩 Sep 14
Mississippi State QB flies like a
Reply Retweet Like
Douglas 6h
Tucson police forced to land near UA mall
Reply Retweet Like
Fly Girl 6h
Reply Retweet Like
make contact 1h
Finished this. I love drawing robots Hi q not butchered by twitter compression
Reply Retweet Like
Edel Mullen Sep 16
Amazing day! The whole class had a great day. Thank you to the
Reply Retweet Like
Aerossurance Sep 16
A embarked on low altitude, low speed circling of powerline pylons on a snowy day. Both onboard died after an engine failure likely due to snow / ice ingestion.
Reply Retweet Like