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Picture of the Antonov An-124-100 Ruslan aircraft

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More: Polet Airlines
More: Antonov An-124-100 Ruslan
More: Brize Norton (BZZ / EGVN)
More: UK - England, August 10, 2007
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed February 23, 2011:
Yeah! Every time came to a.net - I see one more place in world, where fly An-124 ;)

A visitor from Mauritius posted Sun June 28, 2009:
Great shot, good plane

A visitor from India posted Sat June 6, 2009:
Roadsign->Insanely big things (compared to what you are driving) going insanely fast (compared to what you should be going at) making stunning landings

A visitor from India posted Mon February 23, 2009:
Dunno if you really need those red traffic lights..find me someone who is not gonna pull over and watch!!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat May 3, 2008:
Wow - great shot. I've been to brize and saw several c-17 and vc-10 landing from the ATC tower, why is and An-124 landing at brize though??

A visitor from Latvia posted Fri August 31, 2007:
Great shot!

A visitor from United States posted Wed August 22, 2007:
Perfect framing, of a beautiful bird. Congratulations. Domingos

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue August 21, 2007:
Awesome shot there Neil. I never get bored watching the AN-124's coming to Brize. have to say that's the first time i've seen one that low coming in to land.

Next time i'm at Brize i hope i can catch one coming in that low on runway 26!

Mark

A visitor from Spain posted Tue August 21, 2007:
Spectacular bird

A visitor from Germany posted Tue August 21, 2007:
Great shot because its soo low--

A visitor from Canada posted Tue August 21, 2007:
Wow you can literally reach up and touch that plane, it looks like the road sign is scrapping the bottom of the aircraft, the red lights stopping traffic is cool to

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Tue August 21, 2007:
Wow.....it looks too heavy to fly up there.....

A visitor from United States posted Tue August 21, 2007:
Nice low shot! I did not know that planes can go that low over a road.

A visitor from United States posted Tue August 21, 2007:
It's just hanging there!

A visitor from Germany posted Mon August 20, 2007:
The train in passing!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun August 19, 2007:
Awesome photo


Lee

A visitor from Finland posted Sun August 19, 2007:
Who needs St. Maartens if you can have low approaches PLUS the SOUND which comes from An-124!! Marvellous!

A visitor from Germany posted Sun August 19, 2007:
Thats a nice plane, and a nice photo !!

A visitor from Germany posted Sun August 19, 2007:
It's a great photo, because it shows a scene which you can't see anytime. It's shot exactly in the right moment!

A visitor from United States posted Sun August 19, 2007:
Very, very nice Neil...I remember once or twice sitting at that very crash gate trying to see whatever comes. Unfortunately for me, I never got much. Smashing photo mate, low and large!! Jaysen - Wichita, KS

A visitor from Portugal posted Sun August 19, 2007:
WUOOOU!!! I know that brize Norton is an inportant air base, but I didn't knew that it was so easy to spotte and that you could get that close to landing aircrafts.

Rui Miguel

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