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| A visitor from United States posted Thu April 28, 2011:|
Truely a great photographer gets this cockpit shots like this! Awesome job!
| A visitor from India posted Thu November 11, 2010:|
That's amazing!!!! i always like cockpit pictures.i really salute the captons who make final approach to run way...this shows the pilots responsibility for flying.excellent work by the photographer too!!!
| A visitor from - posted Fri January 22, 2010:|
I never saw this photo until I viewed your previous one. To go from the intense hard right turn to such a relaxing mood, it is simply great photography! The captain on the right hasn't even changed his composure.... true professionals at work, great job. -Jason
| A visitor from Germany posted Thu October 1, 2009:|
Nice to see the throttle levers on idle...i can truly imagine, how the cpt took more speed to turn safely and how he decreased the speed now on final...great details!
| A visitor from Gibraltar posted Wed September 30, 2009:|
Very rare to see 2 captains on the same flight! They must have run out of F/O's hehehe. Because of the rarity of the photo, I have rated 5*
| A visitor from Mexico posted Thu November 27, 2008:|
This photograph is great!
The other photo was better nevertheless.
Those pilots don't look worried at all after that 90 degree turn, how I want to become a pilot
| A visitor from Mexico posted Thu May 15, 2008:|
If someone pays enough attention you can notice since the last photo the runway!
As far as I know Madeira's Airport approach is one of the most dangerous and most difficult.
Just look how far is the airport from the seashore!
| A visitor from Zambia posted Fri November 2, 2007:|
Nice shot,shows calmness and level of pilot experience.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat May 12, 2007:|
Excellent use of angles! Showing the bank to intercept the localizer really brings the photo alive!
| A visitor from Ireland posted Sat March 11, 2006:|
GOOD PHOTO GOOD DETAIL OF THE APPROACH