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Can someone explain to me how it's possible to leave baggage card in front of plane??
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    Gdansk - Lech Walesa (Rebiechowo)
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    December 22, 2005
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Anonymous
11 years ago
Awesome picture! I really love those kind of night shots and you did it well ;)
Anonymous
11 years ago
Looks like he is planning to do a little reverse power reversing instead of a foreward turn, so the baggage carts are of little importance.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Well you get the baggage cart, hold on are you with me so far? And you need to push it allllll the way in front of the plane. In some cases, with jets, you might get sucked up so you better be carefull. You will also want to take into account winds and adhere to a suitable speed for your trolley-pushing.

That is how to put a baggage cart in front of an airplane.
Anonymous
11 years ago
These baggage cards are far away from the plane - at least 10-15 meters.
Anonymous
11 years ago
I think that what Kamil meant in his remark was how did this baggage trolley get all the way to the apron, when it should be left in the terminal before boarding.
Anonymous
11 years ago
It is quite common for baggage carts to be left in front of planes when they are parked up at the stand. Obviously, when the time comes for the plane to depart the ground crew moves the cart well away from the plane. I know I this because I see it all the time! ;)
Anonymous
10 years ago
Real nice photo. It must have been cold waiting to get it though. Oh, that's my baggage cart, sorry.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Static movement... Good lighting and the blurred lighting behind. Of course the crispness of the subject helps to contrast against the lumpy snow. Pilots in focus and the hubs of the propellors crisp. One of those shots that has been cropped for detail... but lost the whole plane.. excellent
Anonymous
6 years ago
Excellent!

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