Aviation Photo #0943917 British Aerospace BAe-146-300 - QantasLink (National Jet Systems)

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Crossing the fence on arrival from Ayers Rock/Uluru
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    Anthony Jackson
    QantasLink (National Jet Systems)
    British Aerospace BAe-146-300
    British Aerospace BAe-146/Avro RJ
    British Aerospace BAe-146/Avro RJ
    British Aerospace
    E3217
    VH-NJN
    Cairns
    Queensland
    Australia
    October 9, 2005
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Photo Added: October 21, 2005

Comments (35)

Anonymous
11 years ago
In combination with scenery this pic looks really great
Anonymous
11 years ago
Beatiful composition!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Love the aircraft, nice scenery as well.
Anonymous
11 years ago
What is the opening part at the APU?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Beautiful....just Beautiful
Anonymous
11 years ago
Reversers already out?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Very good!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Very great picture!
Very well done!
Anonymous
11 years ago
I have never seen one of these before. But it is surly cool looking aircraft.The tail is really cool with the kangaroo on it.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Excellent composition, you can even see the mist trail from the left aileron, yes it is interesting that she has the speed brakes starting to deploy in short final.
Good job!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Perfect Photo!! The thing open in the back are the spoilers.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Excellent shot. That's not a reverser, it's a speedbrake.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Very nice pic!!!
The Opening at the APU is the speedbrakes. The BAe aircraft does not have any reversers. Only that speedbrakes and spoilers that deploys on touch down.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow
i never seem one this close up befor
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice! With the speed brakes already engaged at the tail!
Anonymous
11 years ago
I just love those low approaches. Great image!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
THIS is what can be called a LOW approach!!!very nice shot...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great pic. That fence must be having
serious words.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice angle mate so close !
Anonymous
11 years ago
My favorite aircraft in a very nice angle & light.
Anonymous
11 years ago
The best 146 shot I have seen in a long time.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Fantastic shot, excellent clarity! The BAe 146's often deploy their rear speedbrakes shortly before touching down, I have seen it happen often.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Greatest Airline in the world. Great shot.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Someone said " Fantastic shot, excellent clarity! The BAe 146's often deploy their rear speedbrakes shortly before touching down, I have seen it happen often."

The BAe146 ALWAYS do this.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great shot! And for those that are saying the "speedbrakes are engaged..." I see , or used to see NW Avro's deploying the speed-bakes 3 miles final for appproach in OKC. It is perfectly normal.

Great shot and great timing!
Anonymous
11 years ago
How comes the flaps are in??
Anonymous
11 years ago
I realy like this photo...it's crazy... :)
Anonymous
11 years ago
Excelent photo - really caught beuty of final aproach
Anonymous
11 years ago
Speedbreaks are being deployed!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Very unusual nose down atitude for short final ...
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow! Awesome shot! It's so low, a crocodile could have jumped out of the river to snatch this bird!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Beautiful picture of this lovely little English aeroplane.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Haha, this one actually looks like a real kangaroo to me, that has just jumped over the river and the fence, maybe to snatch a drink (=fuel)!!! :)
Anonymous
7 years ago
It must be a difficult approach. We've got a forest and water on short final, so thermals guaranteed and take into account you're just a few feet above terrain. I love this shot. So much energy in it, like if I were there.
Anonymous
1 year ago
I have always had a love for these old work horses even since i was a little boy when ansett was flying them around all over the place. they are still as beautiful today as they were back in the 80's. they remind me of planes like the old 727's, nothing fancy, just a robust reliable airplane for all to enjoy. fantastic photo. well done

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