|Quoting Pogo (Reply 7):|
I do not see why there should be a problem as long as you are taking a photo from where you are boarding. I can understand them having a problem if you were to start wandering around the tarmac.
|Quoting PDXtriple7 (Reply 9):|
should I ask a flight attendent for permission
|Quoting ACDC8 (Reply 12):|
Can someone please explain to me why someone could think that taking pics of an aviation, especially from inside an airport is deemed "suspicious and a security threat"?
|Quoting AR1300 (Reply 16):|
So my guess is that as long as you snap while you leave the ac even if it takes you half on hour, is ok
|Quoting Speedbird2155 (Reply 17):|
the tarmac can be a dangerous place and unless passengers are boarding or deboarding an aircraft, which means just a brief period on the tarmac, then they should not be out there.
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