Aviation Photo #1627919 Boeing 747-409 - China Airlines

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    Boeing 747-409
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
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    Los Angeles - International
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    December 4, 2009
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Anonymous
6 years ago
So, are we gonna see little baby jumbos? :-)
Anonymous
6 years ago
Almost looks like a giant piggyback ride! Nice catch!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Looks like they are mating
Anonymous
6 years ago
This photo should be rated R. :)
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wonder what you get when you mix China Airlines and Air New Zealand?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Well, the 747 has nice "headlights"! :D
Anonymous
6 years ago
Thats how you find a 747... look for the HUMPage
Anonymous
6 years ago
9 months later, the SP was born
Anonymous
6 years ago
And what comes out of this little get-together is now called "Jumbolino", more often reffered to as Avro RJ ;)
Anonymous
6 years ago
9 months later, she gave birth to 2 healthy 747-SP's!
Anonymous
6 years ago
5*'s Bram!
Splendid shot!!!

See you later.

Cheers
Daniel
Anonymous
6 years ago
When two 747s love each other very much...
Anonymous
6 years ago
I expect a "New Zealand Airlines" 747SP in about 9 months...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Awesome photo! At least we know how 747's do it - from behind! (~LAUGHING~)
Anonymous
6 years ago
Now I know where the 747SP comes from. No, no, just kiddin
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wedding Bells anyone?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Air New Zealand : "G'Day Mate!"

China Airlines: "Mate!"
Anonymous
6 years ago
Love is in the air!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Two Classics in one shot, comments below shows the matuirty level of some.
Anonymous
6 years ago
747s are the result of good breeding.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Naughty jumbos, get a hangar...:)
Anonymous
6 years ago
Uhhh, nice shot!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice shot, although the impact would be better if it was cropped tighter
Anonymous
6 years ago
Oh, come on, it's a suggestive picture and renders some good jokes. No immaturity here, just some light fun. Very well captured!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Awesome shot this would have to be a once in a lifetime shot. Being in the right place at the right time !!
Anonymous
6 years ago
I believe I was on-board the upper bird this year in July (to Anchorage and JFK).
Anonymous
6 years ago
What an eye-catching photo (even the thumbnail!!) Would be an interesting mix... taiwanese and kiwi hehehe :)
Anonymous
6 years ago
They are making the 747-800.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Sexy! Perfect shot, with lot of luck as well.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wonderful picture, Wonderful aircraft...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Could you keep me one baby ?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Awesome Pic....well taken
Anonymous
6 years ago
The boeing mating rituals.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wud have been more interesting if the lower a/c was Virgin Atlantic instead of Air NZ........
Anonymous
6 years ago
At the back of the School sheds ay?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Love LAX my home airport! Always amazing widebodies!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Now that's hot!

Nice shot dude
Anonymous
6 years ago
Two 744s with engines at full power - for different reasons! Great perspective.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Oh my! 9 months latter they will have a 737
Anonymous
6 years ago
Planes need some fun as well, its what they do when no one's watching (or so they think ) Great shot ;)
Anonymous
6 years ago
I'm pretty sure I saw something like this as SeaWorld.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Now that's capturing the moment...great shot!
Anonymous
6 years ago
And this is how 737s are made.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Down, boy!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Grat shot its funy too
Anonymous
6 years ago
Can't wait to see a couple of A300 Beluga doing the same thing.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Here we see the art of the 747 mating ritual... interesting shot. -Jason.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Now I thought that was only a problem with Cessnas. They're like stray cats that seem to multiply by the day.
Anonymous
6 years ago
5/5 for being in the right place and time. I think Boeing may be on to some new production methods. Hope it works out for them.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Guess this is how they produce new versions!;)
Anonymous
6 years ago
Do you think it isn't done in purpose that the new 747 is a 800?.. these two 400s getting together means a -800 coming out....
Anonymous
6 years ago
"It's a kind of magic..."
Anonymous
6 years ago
What airline would the lttle one be of... Perhaps a Philippino? And yeah, the lower one should have been Virgin.
Anonymous
6 years ago
They say baby's come from White Storks. So do 747SP's come from 747-400's? This sure is Singapore Airlines!
Anonymous
6 years ago
They don't really look like they're mating: Plus that's an impossible mating position! Where's the bottom 747's tailplane? lol. But anyway, expect an egg of a 747SP in a few months. lol!

Smexy photo.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Looks like some good action at LAX
Anonymous
6 years ago
A new airline is being created: "Air New China"

LOL!!!
Anonymous
5 years ago
For some reason, this photo is rather cute. but yea, doesn't look much like mating 2 me... Anyway, 5 stars. very rare to get a shot like this.
(posted on my wii)
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow! wonderful
Anonymous
5 years ago
Air New Zealand : Psst, don't tell Star Alliance!

China Airlines : Not if you don't tell SkyTeam!
Anonymous
5 years ago
And that, kids, is how CRJ's are made.
Anonymous
3 years ago
They need to join apu's
Anonymous
1 year ago
Expect to see some baby jumbos soon! XD

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