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| A visitor from United States posted Tue September 13, 2011:|
Looks magical... fairytale like!
| A visitor from Brazil posted Fri September 9, 2011:|
Even though winter is not cold here, as always ... but just looking at the picture already gives me a certain thrill ... ;-)) Cheers, gret shot.
| A visitor from Poland posted Sun July 17, 2011:|
| A visitor from - posted Sun July 10, 2011:|
This type of photo is rare. Who wants to work in a snow storm. These are the days that accidents and incidents accur.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon April 4, 2011:|
Wonderful picture. Shows aviation as a means of transportation that goes when you might decide otherwise
| A visitor from - posted Sun March 20, 2011:|
Looks like when someone trys to recall a faint dream!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri January 28, 2011:|
The kind of picture to look at on a very hot summer's day! Great shot
| A visitor from United States posted Tue July 27, 2010:|
He's taking off, not landing
| A visitor from United States posted Wed June 23, 2010:|
Good job autopilot for getting the aircraft, the passengers and the pilots on the ground safely!
| A visitor from Germany posted Tue November 10, 2009:|
Quite a bit snowy
| A visitor from United States posted Mon March 2, 2009:|
Oh man I love the snow!! This reminds me of a video on Youtube of this aircraft sucking up snow in its engines! Thanks
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue September 23, 2008:|
Come to Gardermoen in Norway when it's snowing. Magic.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri September 12, 2008:|
Anonymous, don't know why they fly in this weather? PICTURES LIE! This looks bad. but I know these pilots have a pretty good idea of what's going on. Awesome display of ruggedness, those CFM-56's look like they are eating a lottta crap!
| A visitor from United States posted Tue August 15, 2006:|
Didnt know it was safe to fly in this kind of weather
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu April 27, 2006:|
Anybody know the way to the runway??? I love this picture, its not always sunshine and blue skies
| A visitor from United States posted Thu April 27, 2006:|
Just magical !
| A visitor from Germany posted Thu April 27, 2006:|
Calm down everybody, this is not nec. a blizzard, its snowing, no mistaking here, but a Blizzard is defined by certain parameters which I am not very familiar with, but it is most certainly something of a severe nature, like zero visibilty, sub zero temperatures, winds of a magnitude above "storm" and precipitation so dense that the accumulation of snow can not be handeld any more with normal equipment.
| A visitor from France posted Wed April 26, 2006:|
Very nice on the snow
| A visitor from Australia posted Thu November 25, 2004:|
As I will be flying on a AA B737 on my first trip to USA (Boston precisely), it is exciting to see the snow and the planes together. VERY Excited.
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