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| A visitor from - posted Sat October 20, 2012:|
It looks sturdy.
| A visitor from United States posted Thu September 8, 2011:|
Inflatable slides? Ha, we don't need no stinki'n slides.
| A visitor from - posted Thu September 8, 2011:|
What a shot. But I wish more info about the moment could be given. The closed doors and absence of people or rescue equipment outside are clear evidences of a capture seconds after the aircraft came to a halt. But, at the same time, such a run off like that should bring a large cloud of dust or small debris caused by the contact of the fuselage with grass, even half a minute after the stop. Could the photographer clarify it better? 5 stars anyway!
| A visitor from Finland posted Sat October 16, 2010:|
This illustrates the deeper meaning of the phrase "going through localizer"...
| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Thu July 29, 2010:|
Very unusual position of an aircraft on ground! :^)
| A visitor from Australia posted Sun February 15, 2009:|
I worked as an aircraft maintenance technician at the Tashkent airport between 1984 and 1995. CCCP-85286 was part of the fleet based there, and I serviced it umpteen times. I never suspected it had had an incident of this kind. Thanks for the photo!
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed May 7, 2008:|
What an amazing photo, its to bad there are no pics of the aircraft evacuation or the event happening. I can't believe you caught the moment where everyone is still on the plane!
| A visitor from Romania posted Thu May 11, 2006:|
Very rapide airplane in success emergency landed.
| A visitor from United States posted Tue April 11, 2006:|
Are those passengers still inside the cabin? Did you take this picture the moment after the accident? Looks pretty crazy.