Aviation Photo #1026146 Boeing 747-2D7B(SF) - Atlas Air

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Engineers were working on fully extended flaps, hence the piece of paper on the lever. I just love the Stars and Stripes on the engineer's panel!
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    Tim de Groot - AirTeamImages
    Atlas Air
    Boeing 747-2D7B(SF)
    Boeing 747-200 (C-25/E-4)
    Boeing 747-200 (C-25/E-4)
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    Amsterdam - Schiphol
    Netherlands
    March 2006
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Comments (18)

Anonymous
11 years ago
Encompasses all those dials and panels!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice resolution and depth of image
Anonymous
11 years ago
Pretty cool office!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great picture... im just love the old machines... its amazing with all that botton... try to thing the pilots know what all that botton is too
Anonymous
11 years ago
Waaaaaaaaw nice
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice Tim. Wonderful ambiance in there. -Carlos B
Anonymous
11 years ago
Awesone !
This picture is so beautiful !!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Oh, you cannot imagine how I miss good old flightdecks light this one here! It is very sad, that cockpits look all like one another nowadays.
Here, pilots fly the plane. Good old 742...
Anonymous
11 years ago
What an amazing machine! So many individual critical parts and pieces... I wouldn't know what I was doing. I too like the US flag on here :) It's a nice touch. Great shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Always an US flag, uh...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Ooo, looks like some new avionics/dials there.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great wide angle view of the brains of this workhorse
Anonymous
11 years ago
This aircraft,a player on a world stage. This photo provoked deep though in me. I looked at it for some time. It stayed with me all day and into the night. When I awoke the next day it was one of the first images that flashed through my mind.
First off, it's of a "classic" 747. This airplane has seen more of the earth than some of us will ever see.
The exposure and the lighting are warm and enveloping. Almost countless little glowing bulbs drawing the eye.
The shot also makes me think about an industry that never sleeps. Looking through the windshield at a small sample of all the activity that takes place just to get this graceful giant into the air is almost mind boggling. Think for a moment. The mechanics working on the bird, the fuelers, rampers, caterers, flight crews, loaders, warehouse workers, customers, company office workers, the list goes on and on and on.
Thanks Tim. A simple shot of an empty cockpit filled my mind for hours.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Good lights in a beautiful cockpit
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great shot
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great detail, outside view emphasises the size of the 747 and a good wide angle
Anonymous
9 years ago
2 LCDs in 747-200? Interesting...

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