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EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg

EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg is an international airport 3.5 km northwest of the city of Basel, Switzerland, 20 km southeast of Mulhouse in France, and 46 km south-southwest of Freiburg im Breisgau in Germany. It is in France in Saint-Loui ...

                                               

Eurocopter AS-332 Super Puma

The Eurocopter AS-332 Super Puma is a civilian and military helicopter built by French and German company Eurocopter. It is an enlarged variant of the Aerospatiale SA-330 Puma. It is used principally for transport and search and rescue, but some ...

                                               

Eurocopter AS-532 Cougar

The Eurocopter AS-532 Cougar is the military variant of the AS-332 Super Puma helicopter. It is built by Eurocopter. It is used by countries such as Albania, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, France, Germany, Malawi, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, S ...

                                               

Euston Road

Euston Road is the main east/west road in the north central London. A number of railway stations are on the Euston Road including Marylebone station, Baker Street tube station, Great Portland Street tube station, Euston railway station, Euston tu ...

                                               

Excavator

An Excavator is a piece of heavy construction equipment. Excavators are used to dig in the ground or to move large objectsAt the base of the machine, it usually has two tracks to move it. Above the tracks is a platform that rotates. The operator ...

                                               

Exeter St Davids railway station

Exeter St Davids railway station is the main train station in Exeter, England. It is the second busiest station in Devon, with around 200.000 fewer customers each year than Plymouth. Passenger numbers increased by 30% between April 2002 and April ...

                                               

Far Eastern Air Transport Flight 103

Far East Air Transport Flight 103, a Boeing 737-200, registration B-2603, departed Taipei Songshan Airport for Kaohsiung on 22 August 1981. The aircraft suffered an explosive decompression fourteen minutes after takeoff and disintegrated.

                                               

Federal Aviation Administration

The Federal Aviation Administration is an agency of the United States Department of Transportation with authority to regulate and oversee all aspects of civil aviation in the U.S. The Federal Aviation Act of 1958 created the group under the name ...

                                               

Ferrari

Ferrari is an Italian automobile company that makes fast luxurious automobile. They are made in Italy and are very expensive. They usually cost 0.000 - Ferrari is an Italian automobile company that makes fast luxurious automobile. They are made i ...

                                               

Ferrari California

The Ferrari California is a sports car produced by the Italian manufacturer Ferrari. It is a two door "2+2" convertible with a folding metal top. The California is powered by a 4.3 L V8 engine. The California has a top speed of 310 km/h. Both its ...

                                               

Fiat

Fiat is a car company in Italy. It was founded in Turin in 1899. It also made some planes between 1920s and 1970s. Some of their cars by year: Fiat is currently owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles or F.C.A for short, the company was formed by merg ...

                                               

Fiat Doblo

1.9 JTD 8V 74 kW 101 hp 1.9 Multijet 8V 77 kW 105 hp and 88 kW 120 hp 1.3 Multijet 16V 51 kW 69 hp, 55 kW 75 hp and 62 kW 84 hp 1.9 D 8V 46 kW 63 hp

                                               

Fiat Ducato

The Fiat Ducato is a series of vans and minibuses made by Fiat. There have been three generations since 1981. It is built in cooperation with Citroen and Peugeot.

                                               

Fiat Marea

The Fiat Marea is a car produced by Fiat. It replaced both the Fiat Tempra and the Fiat Croma in 1996, and were replaced by the Fiat Stilo Multi Wagon in 2002.

                                               

Fiat Punto

1.9 TD 47 kW 63 hp and 51 kW 70 hp 1.7 D 42 kW 57 hp

                                               

Fiat Tipo

The Fiat Tipo is a car produced by Fiat. It replaced the Fiat Ritmo in 1988, and were replaced by the Fiat Bravo and Brava in 1995. The Tipo name returned in 2016 on an entirely new generation of small family cars.

                                               

Fiat Ulysse

The Fiat Ulysse was a large car with seven seats made by Fiat in two generations between 1994 and 2010. It is the only Eurovan in the PSA/Fiat joint vesture to have retained the same name in the second generation.

                                               

Fighter aircraft

Fighter aircraft are small military planes that are made to fight other airplanes. They are often fast, having aerodynamic shapes and very powerful engines for their size. They also usually are maneuverable. Fighters can carry many different kind ...

                                               

First officer

In commercial aviation, the first officer is the second pilot of an aircraft. The first officer is second-in-command of the aircraft, to the Captain who is the legal commander. In the event of incapacitation of the captain, the first officer will ...

                                               

First ScotRail

National Express operated the ScotRail franchise from March 1997 until October 2004. On July 28 2003 Transport Scotland announced Arriva, First and National Express had been chosen to bid for the new franchise. On June 11 2004 Transport Scotland ...

                                               

Fishplate

In rail terminology, a fishplate, splice bar or joint bar is a metal bar that is bolted to the ends of two rails to join them together in a track. The name is derived from fish, a wooden bar with a curved profile used to strengthen a ships mast. ...

                                               

Fixed-gear bicycle

A fixed-gear bicycle is a bicycle that has no freewheel mechanism. It is a dangerous bike to use in towns. This type of bicycle is becoming more and more popular around the world. Fixed-gear bicycles are very light. They are built without any unn ...

                                               

Flag of convenience

Flag of convenience is a word from shipping. Every ship needs to be registered in a port. The laws of the port are valid for the ships crew. In some countries the rules are not as strict as in others, or they are cheaper to use. Many owners of sh ...

                                               

Flagship

A flagship is the ship used by the officer who commanded a group of naval ships. The term comes from the custom of the commanding officer to fly a special flag to show he was present. Used in this way, "flagship" is normally a temporary name; the ...

                                               

Flatbed truck

A flatbed truck is a truck which can be either articulated or rigid. The back is a flat, level bed with no sides or roof.

                                               

Flight recorder

A flight recorder is a recorder placed in an aircraft to help with investigating an aircraft accident or incident. For this reason, they have to be capable of surviving extremely rough treatment. They are usually built to withstand an impact of 3 ...

                                               

Floridas Turnpike

Floridas Turnpike, designated as the Ronald Reagan Turnpike is a north–south toll road. It was originally called Sunshine State Parkway. The road runs 312.522 miles through 11 counties in the Florida peninsula. It starts from U.S. Route 1 in Flor ...

                                               

Flying ace

A flying ace or fighter ace is a military pilot who has shot down five or more enemy aircraft in air combat. Use of the term "ace" in military aviation began in World War I. French newspapers called Adolphe Pegoud, las after he became the first p ...

                                               

Ford Bronco

The Ford Bronco was a utility vehicle that was produced from 1966 to 1996. It had five distinct generations. All these vehicles are currently classified as sport utility vehicles. The Broncos can be divided into two categories: early Broncos and ...

                                               

Ford C-Max

Ford C-Max is a car produced by Ford Motor Company from 2003 to the present day. It was originally called the Focus C-Max before it had a facelift in 2007. It entered its 2nd generation in 2010 and is available in 5-seat and Grand 7-seat versions.

                                               

Ford Crown Victoria

The Ford Crown Victoria was a large, rear wheel powered car. It the last big, V-8, RWD sedan made by an American automobile company. In the 1980s, it was called the LTD Crown Victoria. Back then, it also came in a station wagon called the Country ...

                                               

Ford E-Series

The Ford E-Series -also known as the Ford Econoline -are a line of passenger or cargo vans which began in 1961. The E-Series vans can hold eight to 15 people per van as well as cargo versions. The vans have undergone many redesigns through the ye ...

                                               

Ford Escort (Europe)

For the North American Ford Escort, see Ford Escort. For the 1950s Ford Escort estate car, see Ford Squire. The European Ford Escort was a car made by Ford Motor Company from 1968 through 2002. In UK the Four-door saloon and the Three-door hatchb ...

                                               

Ford Expedition Max

The Ford Expedition Max is a extended length SUV built by the Ford Motor Company. The vehicle is a sister to the standard size Ford Expedition and successor to the Ford Excursion, which was built from 2000 to 2006. The vehicle was introduced in 2 ...

                                               

Ford Explorer

The Ford Explorer is a mid-sized SUV that is built by Ford Motor Company. The Explorer has been built for five generations, the first generation was a 2-door and 4-door SUV and was produced from 1991 to 1994, the second generation was a 2-door, 4 ...

                                               

Ford F-Series

Ford F-Series is a series of pickup trucks produced by Ford Motor Company since 1948. It is currently in its Thirteenth Generation. The most popular variant of the F-Series is the F-150. It was the best-selling vehicle of its time, the most popul ...

                                               

Ford Fiesta

Ford Fiesta is a subcompact car made by Ford Motor Company from 1976 to the present day. Until 1986 it was the smallest Ford vehicle until the arrival of the Festiva. The first generation was made from 1976 to 1983, the second generation was made ...

                                               

Ford Focus

Ford created the first generation Focus in late 1998 with 3 and 5-door hatchbacks, saloon and estate versions. The older Escort was produced alongside it until 2000. In 2001, the model was improved at the front and inside, It had new front lights ...

                                               

Ford Freestar

The Ford Freestar was a minivan produced by Ford Motor Company from 2004 through 2007. Ford claimed it was "all-new", but it was just a modern version of the Ford Windstar minivan. The name changed because Ford wanted to start every car name with ...

                                               

Ford Fusion (Americas)

For the Ford Fusion sold in Europe, see Ford Fusion Europe. The American Ford Fusion is a car produced by Ford Motor Company since 2005 starting with the 2006 model year. It is sold in the Americas. The first generation model was produced from th ...

                                               

Ford Granada

Ford Granada was a car produced by Ford Motor Company from 1972 through 1985. The Third Generation Granada was only sold as a Granada in UK; it was essentially a badge-engineered version of the First Generation Ford Scorpio. The first generation ...

                                               

Ford Ka

The Ford Ka is a car made by the Ford Motor Company in Spain, Poland and Brazil. It has three doors and was first made in 1996. The Ka is very popular in Europe, about 1.5 million cars have been sold. A new model has been released in Brazil in 20 ...

                                               

Ford Mondeo

The Ford Mondeo is a line of large family luxury compact vehicles produced by The Ford Motor Company since 1992. There have so far been five generations of the Mondeo.

                                               

Ford Transit

The fourth-generation Transit was launched in January 2013 at the 2013 North American Detroit International Auto Show. In 2020, the model was improved. It had a new grille and the engine was improved.

                                               

Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport

Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport is an international commercial airport in unincorporated Broward County, Florida, It is southwest of Fort Lauderdale. It is also located near the city of Hollywood. The airport is 21 miles north o ...

                                               

Forth Rail Bridge

For the nearby road bridge, see Forth Road Bridge. The Forth Rail Bridge is more correctly called the Forth Bridge, but the title is to distinguish it from the nearby Forth Road Bridge). It is a railway bridge across the Firth of Forth in Scotlan ...

                                               

Forth Road Bridge

For the nearby rail bridge, see Forth Rail Bridge. The Forth Road Bridge is a suspension bridge crossing the Firth of Forth in Scotland. It connects the city of Edinburgh to Fife. The bridge carries cars and pedestrians across the Firth. It was b ...

                                               

Frame (vehicle)

A vehicle frame, is the main structural element of a motor vehicle. All other components are connected to the frame. Another term for this design is body-on-frame construction. A vehicles frame is part of the chassis. The first motor vehicles wer ...

                                               

Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt Airport is the biggest airport in Germany and the third largest in Europe, it is in Frankfurt. In 2005, 52 million passengers flew from Frankfurt and 1.89 million tonnes of cargo. The airport has two train stations, the terminal for the ...

                                               

Freightliner Trucks

Freightliner Trucks is a truck brand of Daimler AG, which owns the premium automobile brand of Mercedes Benz. Freightliners are manufactured in the United States, in Canada and Mexico applications.

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