Aviation Photo #1847158: Boeing 727-286/Adv - Iran Air


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Shahram Sharifi - Iranian Spotters
    Iran Air
    Boeing 727-286/Adv
    Boeing 727-200 (C-22)
    Boeing 727-200 (C-22)
    Boeing
    20947
    1070
    EP-IRS
    Tehran - Mehrabad International
    Iran
    January 2, 2011
  • 192

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#1847158
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January 09, 2011
Caption
Clear weather of Tehran :-) We were surprised!
Width
1200px
Height
800px

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Comments (12)

Anonymous
5 years ago
Thanks good
you're alive yet.I'm really sorry for your sister & passenger on-board.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Beautiful aircraft
Anonymous
5 years ago
So sad a 727 Of Iran Air crashed just 8 miles of its final destination a few hours ago...
May all Rest In Peace.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Sorry about the accident. With love from Canada.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Very nice photo of 727;

Very sorry for your loss.......Charley in U.S.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice picture of this beauty with a great background view.
Anonymous
5 years ago
If you were a real man, you would have been spotting with another person there.
Anonymous
5 years ago
From IRAN with love
thanks for lovely emothional comments
best wishes
Anonymous
5 years ago
Evocative Photograph. Whilst I'm sure many envy the fact you chaps are surronded by such classics, it's truly a tragedy that your talents aren't exposed to modern metal more regularly, and, of course, that your people aren't afforded safer air transport. Keep up the good work.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Those mountains in the background really dwarf the buildings. T.B.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Just now noticed the 727's stunning similarity to the 737..!
Anonymous
3 years ago
No surprise... 727 and 737 share the same nose and fuselage cross section... both inherited from the venerable 707 ;-)
The engines too are the same low-bypass turbofan P&W JT8D for both 727s and classic 737-100/200, and nowaday proposed as a re-engining for certain 707-based military aircrafts (e.g. E-8C Joint STARS).
Nice shot anyway.