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| A visitor from - posted Thu December 11, 2008:|
By comparing the pics from B-18702, B-18705 and B-18707 at the same airport and presumably after the same Flight from China, it is interseting to note the differences in tidyness of the three cockpits.
I assume that comparing the three different approaches to Nashville with the cockpits one can draw conclusions.
| A visitor from Canada posted Thu June 5, 2008:|
| A visitor from Canada posted Mon November 6, 2006:|
| A visitor from Finland posted Sat June 3, 2006:|
Man..this photo is quality...this is how all shots should be at a-net, in terms of picture qual
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed May 10, 2006:|
I wish I could fly this type of steel bird.
Look at the plastic bags between the seets. It seems to me two chineese pilots were taking a Cargo B747 just for shopping in Nashville. Would like to have that money too :)
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat February 4, 2006:|
Bcause it shows the hole cockpitand very detailted
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri February 3, 2006:|
Wonder what the pilots got at duty free!!
| A visitor from Estonia posted Fri February 3, 2006:|
What a wonderful photo! Shows everything so well. Nice work!
| A visitor from Germany posted Fri February 3, 2006:|
What a small office, but it is the best one!
| A visitor from Romania posted Fri February 3, 2006:|
I wish I could assist to a flight in the cockpit of this type of steel bird, lol! Five stars from me!