trijetsonly wrote:The placard above the FO speed indicator says N664UA, which makes it a 767-300ER.
On the very left of the Captains Main Panel is a placard with "763W", maybe for 767-300 Winglets?
But apart from that I don't know how to tell 757 and 767 apart from that perspective.
m007j wrote:Captain looks pretty calm too, considering all the EICAS messages he's got going on there
akiss20 wrote:m007j wrote:Captain looks pretty calm too, considering all the EICAS messages he's got going on there
And the fact that he is above the clouds with both engines shutoff!
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