Aviation Photo #1356122 Boeing 777-206/ER - KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines

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Those doors have more bolts than most vault doors I reckon.
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    Tim de Groot - AirTeamImages
    KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
    Boeing 777-206/ER
    Boeing 777-200
    Boeing 777-200
    Boeing
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    PH-BQC
    QC-003
    Amsterdam - Schiphol
    Netherlands
    2007
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Photo Added: May 18, 2008

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Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice angle.
Reason for bolts is that when the air pressure is set during the cruise to simulate 5000ft atomospheric pressure, it is considerably high in comparison to the outside air pressure. The doors are the weakest points and therefore need to be bolted solid to not let air escape. Some aircraft have larger doors that doorframes, and the are closed from the inside, so the pressure keeps them locked shut.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Cool perspective...chichen itza!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very nice ... very different ... creative angle! Kudos Tim!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great new angle and give a fresh view to the site. Chichen-Itza = snake feather.
Anonymous
9 years ago
You're right Britisher, the Boeing 737 is a fitting example. Goodday.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Another unique shot you don't always see! well done
Anonymous
9 years ago
The absolutely utterly greatest photo ever of an aircraft!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Why a mayan name for a KLM a/c?
Nice angle!
Anonymous
9 years ago
All KLM 777s are named after world heritage sites, except PH-BQA which is named after KLM's founder, Albert Plesman
Anonymous
9 years ago
For some reason aircraft doors( B737, 757, 777 ) just fascinate me! Great Photo!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Im from valladolid a few miles from chichen itza, grat photo, thanks
Anonymous
9 years ago
I don't know about you guys, but when I look at theese close-ups of the new KLM's airplanes... I just get desire to to fly somewhere!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Now that's a "Mind your step" situation at Schiphol. Great shot Tim.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Why does it say "chichen-itza"? chichen-itza is in mexico.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great angle and detail.

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