Aviation Photo #1301194 Boeing 737-8AS - Ryanair

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For those of you who never got to experience Ryanair ... passenger jet bridge? No, built-in stairs. Car for the ramp agent? No, not exactly ... see for yourself.
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    Ryanair
    Boeing 737-8AS
    Boeing 737-800 (BBJ2/C-40/P-8)
    Boeing 737-800 (BBJ2/C-40/P-8)
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    33607
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    EI-DPG
    Frankfurt - Hahn
    Germany
    October 28, 2007
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Comments (16)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow, great foto. This aircraft seems to be so clean and new. Really nice colours.
Anonymous
10 years ago
I thought it read Ryanair on that bike then I couldn't see any harp on it.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Do they still use the bike in the winter?
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great colors!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice juxtaposition of aircraft and bicycle (and built-in stairs). It helps to explain why Ryanair can be so inexpensive and popular with the travelling public (as opposed to the F/J/C junkies).
Anonymous
10 years ago
And just what did you expect for 1 Euro round trip?
Anonymous
10 years ago
Thats why ryanair rocks!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Gosh!!!
Excellent photo though
Anonymous
10 years ago
Had my first Ryanair experience a few weeks ago and it wasn't as bad as I expected. Looking forward to Qantas though. However love the 737-800 and love the photo
Anonymous
10 years ago
Going green...... like that
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice photo that explains the success of Ryanair. But it does not show all. You must see the push-back cart. ;-)
Anonymous
8 years ago
What you dont know is the bike belongs to the pilot hehe. Just kiddin
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice plane and the 'follow me' vehicle :)
Anonymous
6 years ago
By the way, why do they use this orange tape when they close the door and begin taxiing? I mean the one which you can see on top of the door window?
Anonymous
6 years ago
It's to indicate when the doors are 'secured' i.e when the girt bar has been connected from the door to the aircraft to arm the evacuation slide.
If the stripe is across the window it is a warning to ground personnel not to open the door!
Anonymous
6 years ago
To British poster: Thank you very much for explaining it! :-)
Still a great shot!

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