Aviation Photo #1507521: Airbus A330-223 - LTU - Lufttransport-Unternehmen


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Knut Raddatz
    LTU - Lufttransport-Unternehmen
    Airbus A330-223
    Airbus A330-200
    Airbus A330-200
    Airbus
    454
    D-ALPD
    Dusseldorf - International (Rhein-Ruhr / Lohausen)
    Germany
    October 14, 2007
  • 93

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#1507521
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April 03, 2009
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Comments (15)

Anonymous
7 years ago
This is bloody hard work!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice shot of someone who is usually in the background. Keep 'em safe.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow! haha now it looks like an a-10!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Need any help? I use to be a tire guy ;)
Anonymous
7 years ago
Poor passenger :D
Anonymous
7 years ago
What a clear shot!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Funny pitstop
Anonymous
7 years ago
I used to be an aircraft engineer untill my company was closed ,can i give u a hand ,need a job and i can do that with my eyes closed,make sure the retaining ring is on correct and the right amount of mobil 28 grease
Anonymous
7 years ago
Aircraft engineer: Darn, I wasn't even supposed to work today.. i'm way too nice..
*Suddenly feels something itch his wrist*
Bah, I bet it was just a fly or a mosquito passing by..
*Starts to feel worse and worse and looks in horror as where the right nose gear should have been is covered in blood, and slowly turns his eyes over to his wrist*
"Oh, darn"..

Nice picture. What is actually that red stuff?
Anonymous
7 years ago
That "red stuff" is High temperature grease.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Its like a surgery...
Anonymous
5 years ago
That is a very interesting job!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Are there no brakes on the front gear?
Anonymous
4 years ago
There are no brakes on the nose gear on every passenger a/c
Anonymous
4 years ago
Fantastic! Hard work, man...BTW, the front gear has not brakes usually but the solutions has been used in the past like on the B727.