Mason
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Is This Standard Practice?

Fri Dec 01, 2000 4:01 pm

Look at this!

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Photo © Luis Bastida


It appears that the rear stairway is supporting the aircraft. Are there passengers in this aircraft? What caused this (obviously a weight imbalance, but from what?) As always, thanks in advance for any comments!
 
Amir
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Joined: Thu Dec 30, 1999 8:56 pm

RE: Is This Standard Practice?

Fri Dec 01, 2000 4:10 pm

Hi

look down a bit further in the forum, same subject was in discussion two days a go.

Rgds
AMir

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