Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • ivandalavia
    S7 - Siberia Airlines
    Airbus A320-233
    Airbus A320
    Airbus A320
    Airbus
    3490
    VP-BCS
    Saint Petersburg (Leningrad) - Pulkovo
    Russia
    April 2009
  • 204

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April 14, 2009
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Comments (16)

Anonymous
7 years ago
Whites on the papi....always nice to see:)
Anonymous
7 years ago
200!........100........50...40...30...20...

Great picture!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Cockpit shots,I love them.this is brilliant.Peter.
Anonymous
7 years ago
What is shown on the lwr EICAS? I only know the 747
Anonymous
7 years ago
S7-The Best.Thanx from OVB/UNNT
Anonymous
7 years ago
A spectacular shot with the city vista, the illuminated runway and the control panel.
Anonymous
7 years ago
That is an AUTOLAND, right?
Anonymous
7 years ago
Execellent coverage on the view of the cockpit. even, when it is taken from a third person point of view, the angle coverage of the shot allows you to be part of the photo, as though you are part of this particular flight.
Anonymous
7 years ago
It's not for an Autoland. The autopilots are disconnected. The Autoflight FMA is 1FD2 and CAT 1. So it's a manual landing.
Anonymous
7 years ago
It is an autopilot held ILS approach because it says LAND next to SPEED(right above the attitude indicator on the PFD)and for more detail look on the left of that it says CAT1.on the extreme left next to the baro pressure it says ILS and FD(flight director)both on so it is an autoland.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow... (almost) a standard day (QNH 1013), hope OAT is 15 Celcius too.
Anonymous
7 years ago
T is a manually flown approach with Autothrust. The Autopilots are off.

The Land Mode refers only to the Flight Director.



Anonymous
6 years ago
If it was an auto land both AP1 and AP2 would be on but neither of them are so it is manual
Anonymous
6 years ago
Lower EICAS shows Gear down status, three greens, autobrake setting, and brake temperature.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Director mode
Anonymous
4 years ago
So many things are good about this photo...the rumway in the back fround ,the colours....I can actually feel the coolness of the cockpit ! Wowww...