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Aircraft Taken at
More: SAHSA - Servicio Aereo de Honduras
More: Boeing 727-81
More: Tegucigalpa - Toncontin (Teniente Coronel Hernan Acosta Mejia) (TGU / MHTG)
More: Honduras, 1984
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HR-SHE (cn 18823/135) Flying over "El Infinito" as it approaches runway 01 at Toncontin Airport.
More: Scott Stache
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A visitor from Brazil posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Great photo, very demanding airport !

A visitor from - posted Mon January 12, 2009:
WOW! I was born 1984 and my grandfather (R.I.P.) used to take me to this place since i was 2 or so. I remember he had this little blue radio with a huge antenna, he was able to hear the air traffic controller speaking to the captain from sahsa, or other airlines. This picture brought a huge smile to my face, very nice pic, great memories. Thank you.

A visitor from United States posted Thu June 12, 2008:
This picture has waken up some great memories I have as a child going on saturday afternoon with my dad to live the unbeleivable and unique experience of watching sahsa's planes land!!

A visitor from Finland posted Sun February 25, 2007:
Hold your ears! Simply amazing!

A visitor from Honduras posted Wed September 20, 2006:

A visitor from United States posted Thu June 1, 2006:
I think that this is an extremelly dangerous manouver since the wing is to close the trees...

Great photo though!!

A visitor from Honduras posted Sat January 14, 2006:
It has to be, I used to go to this place too, usually on Saturdays. From three to five in the evening the place was packed with dreamers like me... Man, you felt as if you could touch the wings of those planes and the sound, the sound is impossible to explain...

A visitor from - posted Sun December 25, 2005:
Having spent many afternoons at the Infinito in the mid-80's, scanner in hand, it was always a unique experience to feel (really!) the wake turbulence from the 727s and 737s. Carside trays would fly up frequently, crashing dishes shortly thereafter. The place was shut down in the late 80's to improve safety. I had a series of very similar pictures I took, which I unfortunately lost. Brings back wonderful memories.

A visitor from Honduras posted Mon October 24, 2005:
Have to say an incredible shot,havent seen a sahsa plane with its original colors since i was just a kid and well then the airline went broke and havent seen a pic especially a 727 marvelous plane , have to say i remember this place, my mom used to take me there to see the planes land

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 5, 2005:
This is a really cool shot. From this angle, the wing appears to be seconds away from taking out that tree!!! Also, nice to see a 727 seeing as though I havent seen one in use in forever.

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