Aviation Photo #2007535: Boeing 777-3B5/ER - Korean Air


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  • Jason Wood
    Korean Air
    Boeing 777-3B5/ER
    Boeing 777-300
    Boeing 777-300
    Boeing
    37647
    933
    HL8216
    Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB)
    Germany
    June 3, 2011
  • 154

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November 02, 2011
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Perspective is everything in life..... (Nikon D3)
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Comments (30)

Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow - very impressive! 5* and my choice today!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow, impressive noise generator!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Somebody please post the same scenario with a ground tech peering into a Williams FJ-44! :D
Anonymous
4 years ago
Beautiful fan blades!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Man says, "Hello!". Engine says, "Roarrrrrr!".
Anonymous
4 years ago
A prayer for a GE90.
Anonymous
4 years ago
"I'm bigger than you and I'm higher up on the food chain. Get in my belly!"
Anonymous
4 years ago
Now that's a donk!
Anonymous
4 years ago
What a great juxtaposition of man and machine. I wonder how old is the aircraft.
Anonymous
4 years ago
That's one heck of a hairdrier!.... :-)
Anonymous
4 years ago
Great shot!!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Hallo..Sum1 in There? Hallo :))))) Nice Pix-doubleC Mw
Anonymous
4 years ago
Well done Jason. The Williams FJ-44 is too "big"! I'd like to see a tech next to a Pratt & Whitney Canada PW600!! :)
Anonymous
4 years ago
I wonder why the chevron is on the left side of the engine.
Anonymous
4 years ago
I actually find the GE90's size less impressive from this angle than from others I've seen.
Anonymous
4 years ago
If you really look at it? What a piece of engineering.Think of the design tech that created these blades. WOW
Anonymous
4 years ago
Agree me
Anonymous
4 years ago
The piece of metal on the side of the engine is a vortex generator which is used to re-energize the boundary layer over the wing.
Anonymous
4 years ago
So clean.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Inspection?
Or admiration?
Anonymous
4 years ago
God wants, human dreams, the work appear
Anonymous
4 years ago
It must be the most beautiful picture I've ever seen...
Anonymous
4 years ago
I want this on my Honda! :)
Anonymous
4 years ago
Ye ye, big engine for a king)
Anonymous
3 years ago
I would say... music generator.
Anonymous
3 years ago
So clean! very impressive!
Anonymous
2 years ago
Excellent!
Anonymous
2 years ago
Man, that must be a religious experience standing in front of one of the most powerful man-made objects!

glad to see that he was wearing proper hearing protection, as long as the pilots don't accidentally start the engines!
Anonymous
2 years ago
One of the wonders of the world. A engineering masterpiece from Americas heartland, Evendale Ohio.
Anonymous
1 year ago
Contrast small man to great machine