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More: Brazil, December 21, 2007
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PT-IHI (cn 34-7250334) Inflight from SBSM to SBPK, inbound PTS radiobeacon descending from FL110 to 3.000 feet to NDB Rwy 06 procedure. Dedicated to my friend Garcia who was at the controls! [Canon Eos-300D / Digital Rebel]
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A visitor from - posted Sat April 12, 2008:
No Friend....I was the pilot, the right fuel indicator was just intermitent...sometimes had no indication, but I was using the better Fuel Indicator ever made : the pen and the paper! :P
Stephan: another great shot in your album! Thanks for register this very special flight with special friends! Now I have this moment in my eyes, head, and in my heart...Thanks again!!

A visitor from Austria posted Tue December 25, 2007:
Right fuel tank does not show a whole lot of fuel left... or is it just the indication?

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