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Shot from a 172 at 3500. Our in aircraft in question had to stay at 3000 till we were out of their way. On its way back to Manchester as MYT48. Shot over Orange City, about 10 miles north of Sanford
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    Marcus Fulton
    MyTravel Airways
    Boeing 767-31K/ER
    Boeing 767-300
    Boeing 767-300
    Boeing
    27205
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    G-SJMC
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    Florida
    USA
    May 22, 2006
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Comments (28)

Anonymous
11 years ago
Choice pic there mate.
Anonymous
11 years ago
What an unusual perspective! Nice.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great pic, but what about a vertical separation minimal out there? Is it possible 500 feet difference between a cessna and an airliner?
Anonymous
11 years ago
A 172! No way, that's a heavy 767! Seperation would hav e been much greater...Great photo though
Anonymous
11 years ago
WOW! I love it.My favourite on A.net!!!! Just taken off from SFB i suppose? Great! It would be a zillion stars if you could have that!
Anonymous
11 years ago
How often do we get to see a plane from this perspective?!? Nice shot!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Only one word! Awesome!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Intersting perspective of that plane.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Lucky you, not many get the chance to do a photo lile this. Very nice.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Veritcal separation ? or aerobatic crossover! nice pic. (just don't try this at home)
Anonymous
11 years ago
We had visual separation from him. The pilots were not all that happy from a strage vector we received from approach. Id hate to pay for that extra fuel that heavy had to burn to stay and deviate aroung a One Seventy Duce!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Amazing photo
Anonymous
11 years ago
Close encounters....woohooo!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Looks good
Anonymous
11 years ago
Pick me up a Whopper from the Burger King Fly-thru window!
Anonymous
11 years ago
You can see clearly the trails behind the engines. T.B.
Anonymous
11 years ago
I like how clearly the jet wash shows up. A little confused about how you state each aircraft's position and which is "our" aircraft. Are you in the 172 and that '67 was the plane you arrived in earlier? I just don't think that ATC would force a '67 to fly at 3000' on departure until it cleared under a 172 above that must have entered its airspace. Then again, maybe your remark wasn't worded properly and needed some proof reading before posting. ;)
Anonymous
11 years ago
I think that this photo deserves a four star beause it has a low altitude and it just appeals to me.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Best Angle. Thanks
Anonymous
11 years ago
2000ft is the standard departure altitude from SFB; it certainly pays to keep a good look-out. Just checking my log book to see if its me!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Fantastic shot. the timing had to be almost perfect to get that one.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Unusual shot, very different as well. wings flex well
Anonymous
11 years ago
One of the best in-flight close up i've seen.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Excelente toma
Anonymous
10 years ago
You are lucky enough to get this view to get a perfect angle photo, nice timing well done.
Anonymous
9 years ago
"Shot from a 172" > Means > picture was taken (shot) from a (Cessna) 172. Was clear to me right away, but when i read it again I understood the caption could cause confusion...\
Stunning air-to-air tho, love the colours and the jetwash........
Anonymous
9 years ago
Perfect timing, and an unusual situation: the 767 had to stay at fl 30 to avoid a Cessna 172 flying at fl 35 !
Anonymous
6 years ago
It's big pleasure to see this photo! Thanks!

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