Aviation Photo #1261299 Boeing 767-323/ER - American Airlines

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At 2300LT of July 20th 2007 the Amazonic ACC had an electrical collapse due human failure and ALL frequencies got down. The planes couldn´t enter at flight information region and those in flight must land immediately at the first airport available. SBEG received 3 flights on that night: one of TAM en route to MIA and two AA, a Triple Seven to MIA and this 767 to DFW. Both American planes departed only at 0530AM LT. This is my 100th pic at A.net!
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    Frederico Cavalcante
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    Boeing 767-323/ER
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    Manaus - Eduardo Gomes
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    July 21, 2007
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Comments (4)

Anonymous
10 years ago
I was one of the people affected by this chaos, Guarulhos Airport in Sao Paulo was a madhouse that night. It happened again a few days later. Human error is a polite way of putting incompetence.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Cool, a sweaty 767
Anonymous
7 years ago
Perfect timing !
Anonymous
4 years ago
The glare shield is not a storage area. The inner windshield surface is sensitive to scratches. If you can catch your fingernail on an inner pane scratch, it's a windshield change. Just say NO.

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