The aircraft used in the movie Out of Africa is a De Haviland DH60X Gipsy Moth, also known as the "Tiger Moth".
The book that the movie was based on, Roots by Alex Haley, was about his ancestors: how they were treated and how they came to American and lived after that.
An ejection seat is used to rescue the crew of an aircraft in the case of an emergency by clearing the aircraft and then letting out a parachute. The first ejection seat was released in the 1940's.
The aircraft used in the movie were the Hawker Siddley T1 Gnat two seat advanced trainer. Derived from the single seat fighter the Folland Gnat, the TI version was extensively used the Royal Air Force as an advance trainer replacing the Vampire. Most used by 4FTS RAF Valley, Anglesey in the sixties and seventies until replaced by the BAC Hawk. The T1 was also flown very successfully by the RAF's aerobatic team The Red Arrows based out of Little Rissington.
Moto Guzzi Eldorado police bikes. Later, at the end they used Triumph 500cc T100 Tiger motorcycles during the scenes on the aircraft carrier. These were preferred by the stunt riders as they're lighter and easier to handle than Moto Guzzis.
The plane that is used in both Expendables movies is a Modified Grumman Goose. A Grumman Goose is an amphibian aircraft meaning It can land on both land and water. The Grumman is modified because it has a Heavy Machine gun attached on the hood. Hope this answered your question :D
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A De Havilland Tiger Moth and a Boeing Stearman
It's the USS Abraham Lincoln (CNV-72).
Do you mean used? Please be a little more specific, for example, What engines are used in aircraft, What instruments are used in aircraft.
Nitrogen is used in many aircraft tires.
Aircraft today are mainly used to carry passengers and cargo. Military aircraft are used as fighters, bombers, patrol aircraft and electronic warfare aircraft.
Fighter aircraft are used to shoot down enemy aircraft.
No jet aircraft were used in WW1.
Steel is used to make aircraft springs.