Aviation Photo #2278100: Airbus A320-216 - AirAsia


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  • Xu Zheng
    AirAsia
    Airbus A320-216
    Airbus A320
    Airbus A320
    Airbus
    3568
    9M-AHO
    Pulau Langkawi - International
    Malaysia
    March 29, 2013
  • 224

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#2278100
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June 26, 2013
Caption
big fog in cabin due to high humity
Width
1024px
Height
705px

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Comments (15)

Anonymous
3 years ago
FOG!! What Fog...:)
Anonymous
3 years ago
Wow... I had never seen anything like it, why it occurs inside the plane?
Anonymous
3 years ago
It's the ground-airconditioning. I had the same on route AMS-SXM-CUR. While we stopped at SXM I also had this cold breeze on me :)
Anonymous
3 years ago
Incredible inside view and I never seen this phenomena...I am interested by the reason of this "fog". If anyone has the answer...

Fabien.B
Anonymous
3 years ago
Exactly!
Anonymous
3 years ago
At first shot, looked a bit like smoke.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Nice photo example of cool air from the airconditioning meeting warm air which has come in from the outside of the plane. I remember noticing this in Cairns Australia on a turboprop aircraft years ago, but the condensation wasn't as dense as in this photo.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Awesome shot, and glimpse of a rare event.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Great photo...but this is the most idiotic event an airline could permit in an airborne jet. This would never happen in the USA as hundreds of attorneys of asthmatic passengers would sue beyond belief. Shame on the airline for allowing a jet to fly in this condition; this is insanely stupid.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Lovely shot and quite entertaining to read those ignorant comments below. Simply airconditioning on a humid day, typical in SE Asia!
Anonymous
3 years ago
I have seen the fog many times in the US. It is harmless.
Anonymous
3 years ago
I don't know why people are amazed with the fog in the photo, that is normal in countries with high humidity and once the plane takes off it disappears.
Anonymous
3 years ago
What an alarmist;
Anonymous
3 years ago
Cold air holds less moisture, so when the air conditioning air meets the warm air floating around in the cabin, some of the humidity is sucked out of the warm air and condensed into visible water vapour
Anonymous
3 years ago
I didn't notice the fog.