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OE-LPD (cn 35960/607) The red tights leave no doubt which Airline we are flying with. They are part of the striking, all red Austrian female F/A's uniform. We are cruising at 12,000 ft on this sightseeing flight on the occasion of the inauguration and blessing of "Spirit Of Austria", Austrian's latest addition to its long-haul fleet (Canon EOS 350D, EF-S 10-22).
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue March 19, 2013:
Great 777 cockpit photo. Well exposed!

A visitor from - posted Tue February 12, 2013:
Great angle of view. Seems to be a roomy flightdeck.

A visitor from Switzerland posted Sat December 22, 2012:
Amazing picture of this great office!

A visitor from Hungary posted Sat October 27, 2012:
Great cockpit photo. the captain in the left hand seat definitely wears four bars on his shoulders.

A visitor from - posted Mon June 4, 2012:
The pilot in the left-hand seat also has three stripes on his shoulder board. Wonderful lighting makes this an extraordinary view of the T7 cockpit.

A visitor from - posted Sun May 15, 2011:
I agree with the visitors bellow, the FO does look young.
The T7's cockpit is absolutely the best office in the world, no doubt! I wish one day I could be in it, better during take off or landing :P
Long live the T7s !!!

A visitor from Hungary posted Mon November 1, 2010:
Thanks for this one - great shot!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu April 8, 2010:
Great picture !

A visitor from United States posted Mon August 10, 2009:
I wonder how old the FO is ?

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat May 23, 2009:
You gotta love the triple seven - excellent cockpit photo!

A visitor from - posted Sun November 2, 2008:
Well Done Ingo Lang

A visitor from Venezuela posted Mon October 6, 2008:
The best office in the world. no doubt

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri June 20, 2008:
The photo shows: a -probably- large plane and so little space to move for the pilots. They are -literally-surrounded by computors and other instruments ! Do the pilots realise themselfs that hundreds of people are fully depending on them and the instruments ?

A visitor from United States posted Tue January 29, 2008:
What amazes me in this picture is how young the FO looks. He looks 19, and FO on 777? Either he started flying when he was 6 or his father owns the airline. I love Austria now :)

A visitor from United States posted Wed August 22, 2007:
FL change is activated, and the throttles are idled to maintain the desired speed during the descent! Wonderful details in this picture, which is why I give it 5 stars!

A visitor from United States posted Tue July 17, 2007:
I have been a pilot since 1951,and am amazed at all the changes in the flight deck.Also there were very few ladies as commercial pilots when I started flying,and I am happy to see them makeing strong strides into commercial and military aviation.
The "glass" cockpits are awesome,especially linked with GPS for pinpoint navigation

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat June 30, 2007:
Nice shot of the T7 cockpit. the FO looks young

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat June 30, 2007:
Excellent photo, the 777 flightdeck looks nice and cosy! ;)

by the way FL are used in the UK I believe from about 6000ft when referring to a height using the local QNH.

A visitor from Germany posted Sat June 30, 2007:
In Europe TL is usually btw 4000-6000ft... just for info...
And the image is really nice!

A visitor from Brazil posted Sat June 30, 2007:
Nice!
Good lighting!

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 29, 2007:
Excellent angle and clarity

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri June 29, 2007:
Really good

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri June 29, 2007:
I think that the picture is really good because it shows you the controls of the plane

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 29, 2007:
Nice Shot! I love how the light shines though into the cockpit giving it a warm glow.

Btw, its 12,000 ft. Flightlevels only start at 18 and above.

DM

A visitor from Belgium posted Fri June 29, 2007:
This it the T7 deck at his best great shot Ingo, nice detail and almost all panel and overhead visible.

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