Aviation Photo #0943177 Boeing 767-38E - Asiana Airlines

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    Tchavdar Kostov - BGspotters
    Asiana Airlines
    Boeing 767-38E
    Boeing 767-300
    Boeing 767-300
    Boeing
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    HL7515
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    China
    September 30, 2005
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Anonymous
12 years ago
Very nice shot! Nice and colorful and 1600px wide you can see all the details. Got it as my desktop background. Thanks!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Lot of details. Very nice job Mr.Kostov. This is one of the bests photos ive ever seen of a B767 detailed cockpit.
Anonymous
12 years ago
Love the photo! Great detail, I can clearly see everything I want to. 5 stars!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Great photo I could share with my grandchildren. Look kid's this is the airplane pa pa flew! Retired 5 years now and still wake up in the middle of the night over the north atlantic. a great privlage and honor to have flown these wonderful airplanes.
Captain jim van vranken
usairways
Anonymous
12 years ago
Great shot of this B767 cockpit!
Anonymous
12 years ago
I remember Mr Kostov was Captain of 767 at Asiana Airlines. Glad to see his picture here...^^;; Nice detail and Beautiful Sky... Thank you Mr Kostov.
Anonymous
12 years ago
So far I have had two Asiana 767 cockpit shots are my desktop wallpaper. This will be the third. Fantastic shot of a fantastic plane. Note that the throttle levers aren't even! I love it!
Anonymous
12 years ago
I felt like the captain for a moment!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Wow, I've never seen the cockpit of a 767-300ER lit up like that. What a terrific shot!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Extreme crazy shot
nice work
thanks for sharing
Anonymous
12 years ago
Very good picture that the related a fantastic crpuscular moment at 35.400ft or 35700 ft wich one it is correct of rvsm configuration thanks from morocco
Anonymous
12 years ago
Wow! Amazing!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Wow good shot! how close can u be???
Anonymous
12 years ago
So beautiful...
Anonymous
12 years ago
Thank you for this fantastic picture!
I like it when all the lights are on!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Love the cockpit picture of 763 especially at night,very colourful..!!

malaysian aviation supporter...
Anonymous
12 years ago
Great photo, just wondering why the plane has leveled off at 35400. Seems like a strange cruise altitude.
Anonymous
12 years ago
I must say i'm a big fan of the 767, and this type of photos are always welcome. Nice Shot
Anonymous
12 years ago
The shot was taken over North China - the flight levels in China are in meters, that is why we are level at 35400 feet or flight level 10800 meters.
Anonymous
12 years ago
I have no idea how you managed to take such a magnificent shot in such tight quarters, but it is by far the very best pilot's office photo I've seen while the AC was in flight. Thank you for sharing your awesome work. Take care BRO. MCY
Anonymous
12 years ago
Awesome photo, well done.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wonderfull angle, wonderfull shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Yes, it is a great shot! Very interesting details...why do the altimiters differ by 300 feet?
Anonymous
11 years ago
I presume they were flying at FL354 because they use the metric system in China, not the imperial system. And that must have been a huge headwind for the GS to be 367 KIAS! Great shot, very detailed!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Perfect shot, Tchavdar!

The view from the window and the iluminated cockpit is perfect combination!

We see on the Co-pilots display that you had a strong headwing. China Metric system flight.

Best regards from Bulgaria!
Anonymous
11 years ago
I may be biased because my favorite shots are night cockpit shots but the angle and amount of information shown in this single shot is impressive; it couldn't be a better shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
The altimeter reading 35400 is because china uses the metric system,and reads the same as the copilots altimeter.The standby altimeter most of the time reads a little different from the pilots and copilots altimeter(different static source)
Anonymous
11 years ago
35.9NM on the lower nav display is definitely not in Metric. And an altitute of 35400 meters is almost 35 km high in the sky, impossible............who made that story about metric......what do U say.......nice shot, good details and angle,nice blend into the outside light
Anonymous
11 years ago
Can someone please explain the meaning of the engine related gauges in the middle displays? What is 98% and what is 55? What about 68% and 93%.

Thank you!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Indeed, great photo!
Please note that the reading 35.6 NM on the lower nav screen is the horizontal distance to the next waypoint, and not altitude.

The engine gauges show the air pressure (in percent) of different turbine of the engine (right and left). N1 - forward turbine, EGT- Exhaust Gas Temperature, FF- Fuel Flow rate (5.5 and not 55).
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice view
Anonymous
11 years ago
A couple of comments to lower questions. Indeed center inststruments (in 767 it´s called EICAS) shows the primary parameters of the engines. The first gauge on top indicates N1. Means RPM in percent of the max RPM of the Fan or N1 rotor. Second value is the EGT or exhaust gas temp. Lower EICAS represents indications of N2 again percent of max RPM of the core rotor. Last but not least the Fuel Flow figure, in this case 5.5 tons per engine per hour. Secondary values of oil and vibration on the left side rounds that display excourse. Hope this helps.

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