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CSZ104

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ZH104

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Doug Fitzsimmons
Great capture! Love this picture.
Yaşar Yavuz
are there any one who knows this plane engines ?
Peter Goldfinch
To Yasar:

The a/c looks like a Boeing E-3D Sentry operated by the RAF which makes the engines CFM 56 2A-3 Turbofans. (CFM is a consortium of SNECMA & GE).
Yaşar Yavuz
to Peter Goldfınch thanks for ınfo of engınes ofCSZ 104
JENNIFER JORDAN
Twin pod engines on wing exist only on the USAF B52 as RAF VC-10's have all been retired and sadly scrapped. Or an I in error?
cliff731
Jennifer Jordan - the visual perspective in the photo causes those starboard wing engine pods to appear as one - i.e. - a twin-pod engine aircraft (if that is indeed what your question is in regards of).

There remain some Lockheed Jetstar aircraft flying, which use the same rear fuselage mounting of twin-pod jet engines as the VC-10.
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