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Airport Photo Pack

Airport Photo Pack

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A set of 14 photographs featuring a variety of different images associated with airports and aeroplanes. This photo pack includes images of several different types of plane as well as photos typically associated with airports, such as check-in desks, air stewards and departure lounges. These photographs are ideal to use as part of an aeroplane theme and would be a particularly useful addition to your Vehicles topic. You may also be interested in our vehicles book list and vehicles photo pack .

The photos used are not the copyright of Early Learning HQ and are shared under the creative commons license. The document contains attribution to the original authors.

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