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Picture of the Airbus A340-642 aircraft

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More: Lufthansa
More: Airbus A340-642
More: Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / FRF / EDDF)
More: Germany, August 18, 2006
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D-AIHA (cn 482) My 1000th photo on Airliners.net and my first photo of longest aircraft A340-600.
More: Sokol Ymeri
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A visitor from Brazil posted Thu December 28, 2006:
Congrats for your unique achievement Sokol!
Reaching the 1000th photo posted at Airliners.Net is something where words are not able to express the meaning of such a conquest.
We always appreciate your great and special pictures from the, for us very, very far, Anchorage Airport in Alaska.
Keep your good job upright in 2007 and also, for many other years! Your brazilian fans...

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu December 28, 2006:
These things look like nightmares to taxi, nevertheless a beauty, congratulations on your 1000th

A visitor from Brazil posted Wed December 27, 2006:
Good way to celebrate the 1'000th photo!

A visitor from Norway posted Wed December 27, 2006:
This is the most beautiful bird in the skies!

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Wed December 27, 2006:
It is so long!

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