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| A visitor from Sweden posted Wed January 12, 2011:|
The winglets are too big no harmony, thats disturbs!
| A visitor from United States posted Tue March 16, 2010:|
Great angle and shot! This one caught my eye. I know the crew and the story behind the reason why they diverted to Lajes.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue March 16, 2010:|
I like it! Although it still looks odd to me with winglets! I know they make it more efficient but it looks...funny on a 757.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon March 15, 2010:|
Looks like it's being towed through waves of water!
| A visitor from Italy posted Mon March 15, 2010:|
Not too bad
| A visitor from Brazil posted Mon March 15, 2010:|
Well captured !
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