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Picture of the Boeing 747-400 (simulator) aircraft

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Aircraft Taken at
More: KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
More: Boeing 747-400 (simulator)
More: Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
More: Netherlands, December 2006
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More: Roel Kroes
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A visitor from - posted Thu October 17, 2013:
I spent many years in the left seat of this type and it brings back good memories.

A visitor from South Africa posted Mon January 10, 2011:
I flew the Sim (left hand seat) twice in December last year at SAA Technical.. what a priviledge and a moment I'll never forget... Love the photo... does justice...

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed April 8, 2009:
That cockpit looks edible!

A visitor from United States posted Tue December 9, 2008:
I spent many hours in this cockpit and the picture does not do the airplane justice. This is the finest airplaneevery built in the world...bar none, and always will be. flies like a Piper Cub. JT

A visitor from Poland posted Sun May 18, 2008:
Microsoft Symulation flights ? yees

A visitor from Brazil posted Wed September 19, 2007:
Using flight freeze you can make beautiful shots!

A visitor from United States posted Wed September 19, 2007:
It is being autolanded -- just look at the MCP. 5*****

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 18, 2007:
Great image for low light. the bright spots aren't to hot and the dark spots still have detail. I will say, though, when I first saw the thumbnail for this image I thought, 'that 744 is on approach, and no one is in the left seat!' it didn't take long, though, to see it was a sim.

A visitor from Canada posted Tue September 18, 2007:
Wow I'd love to be there right now. :D Wonderful shot.

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