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Picture of the Airbus A340-541 aircraft

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More: Emirates
More: Airbus A340-541
More: Moscow - Domodedovo (DME / UUDD)
More: Russia, February 7, 2012
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A6-ERH (cn 611) [Canon EOS 7D EF600mm f/4L IS USM]
More: Denis Lyaskovskiy
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon February 20, 2012:
The A345 is really an amazing aircraft! maybe the main gear has already made the touchdown?

A visitor from - posted Mon February 20, 2012:
You can deploy the thrust reversers with out the nose wheel down as long as the mains are down. Fantastic shot, the detail is incredible

A visitor from - posted Mon February 20, 2012:
Nice capture! The reverse are engaged only after touch down of the main wheels, in this shot it does look like its still in the air but the main gears are actually on the ground n reverse kicked in before the nose wheel came down.

A visitor from - posted Mon February 20, 2012:
Reverse Thrusters CAN be engaged when the main landing gears are on the ground which is the case for this picture though you cannot see it. Other than that this picture is very detailed and stunning.

A visitor from - posted Mon February 20, 2012:
Perfect shot! Great details... Reverser can be activated after main landing gears have fully touched down (even though nose gear is still in the air)

A visitor from Venezuela posted Sun February 19, 2012:
Wonderful picture! It depicts a plane with a strong "personality". 5 stars

A visitor from New Zealand posted Sun February 19, 2012:
Amazing timing, great detail on the wake also..Is the reverse thrust activated before touchdown in this shot? Thought systems prevented that happening?

A visitor from - posted Sun February 19, 2012:
Reversors engaged prior to full touchdown? Why?

A visitor from - posted Sun February 19, 2012:
Stunning! Love the engine exhaust, it looks like a wall of glass.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat February 18, 2012:
Great catch! Detalization is amazing!

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