Aviation Photo #1231380: Boeing 767-323/ER - American Airlines


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Andrés Contador - AirTeamImages
    American Airlines
    Boeing 767-323/ER
    Boeing 767-300
    Boeing 767-300
    Boeing
    25197
    425
    N370AA
    Santiago - Arturo Merino Benitez (Pudahuel)
    Chile
    February 18, 2007
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#1231380
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July 04, 2007
Caption
AA had 3 flights/day during the summer time from DFW and MIA to SCL, all arriving early morning. These aircraft are parked during the day, waiting for the flights back at night. In the background you can see the eastern part of the main terminal, dedicated to domestic flights, and further back the cargo ramp and Rwy 17L [Canon Rebel XT + EF 17-40 f/4L USM].
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Comments (13)

Anonymous
9 years ago
Great detail!
Anonymous
9 years ago
That's alot of parked steel! Most cost a fair bob for AA.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Doesn't seem terribly efficient utilisation of equipment, having them sitting around all day doing nothing.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice detail on SCL airport.

Five stars.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice picture
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice picture of a great airport, congratulations Andrés!
Anonymous
9 years ago
It was an amazing shot! three 767 in stand by! just great!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow.. really nice! The aluminium reflexing the sky is special.. great shot
Anonymous
7 years ago
Why they take out the airplanes doors? i've also saw that on Delta's b767..
Anonymous
6 years ago
They're not taken out, they just open to the inside of the aircraft. Nice picture Andrés!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Any particular reason those planes are opened up on what looks like a taxiway, instead of near the terminals?
Anonymous
4 years ago
It's more like 9/11 grounded shot.
Anonymous
2 years ago
I saw a similar scenario a month ago, but with two of the three AA flights with the new AA livery