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| A visitor from United States posted Sun February 19, 2012:|
I remember seeing a poster of this exact picture at work in my teens through 20s. I saw it nearly everyday I worked there, and this photo beckoned at me... I always looked at it and said in my mind "one day, one day". That day is rapidly approaching :) .
| A visitor from United States posted Sun October 30, 2011:|
Great shot of my favorite cockpit
| A visitor from - posted Sun October 30, 2011:|
You can see everything in action.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon February 28, 2011:|
Md11 banking!look at these big windows and the lay out.Man i will miss the md11.Grtz from a douglas fan.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun August 1, 2010:|
| A visitor from - posted Sun January 3, 2010:|
FEEL.........PART OF THE COCKPIT
| A visitor from Turkey posted Thu September 17, 2009:|
Makes me feel as if I'm in that cockpit, a good shot!
| A visitor from Ireland posted Fri June 12, 2009:|
I can nearly feel the strain of a seatbelt holding me in
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu May 7, 2009:|
Great picture! and note the Twix on the floor! behind the F/O's seat.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed January 14, 2009:|
The turn is evident and the fact that it is an MD-11.
| A visitor from Australia posted Wed September 19, 2007:|
Awesome, just awesome.
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed July 25, 2007:|
Good action shot. And to the other poster, this would be more than a 1G maneuver. For instance, a 60 degree bank angle at constant altitude and coordinated controls yields a 2G force. Any coordinated constant altitude turn would have to be more than 1G.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed July 11, 2007:|
You can feel the balanced 1G turn in progress.. WOW!
| A visitor from Finland posted Wed May 23, 2007:|
Because the view is so great
| A visitor from United States posted Sat March 24, 2007:|
Great action photo with the "office tilted" - turning into the sun with the shades down - you can see the attitude indicator over the captain's shoulder - the first officer is in control with his hand on the throttles. The captain looks relaxed, but alert. The photo lets you feel the experience.
| A visitor from New Zealand posted Thu March 8, 2007:|
A first class photo it makes you feel if you are in the check seat.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat March 3, 2007:|
Those Soumi pilots seem to have a lot of fun!
| A visitor from Portugal posted Wed February 28, 2007:|
Is there a sweet on the floor? (in the lower right corner).
Keep shooting. :)
| A visitor from Hong Kong posted Wed February 28, 2007:|
Nice different angle!
| A visitor from Canada posted Tue February 27, 2007:|
Brilliant shot. The view outside is amazing.
| A visitor from Australia posted Mon February 26, 2007:|
Five ***** for clarity and position. It is nice to see a different angle up front - Thanks Peter.
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