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OB-1794P (cn 23039/954) Turning left for a visual approach for runway 19 at Chiclayo.
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A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed August 12, 2009:
Nice shot! The upper panel reads Comp Ass :D

A visitor from South Africa posted Thu March 16, 2006:
The landing gear lever is down, but I do not see the three greens on yet.

A visitor from South Africa posted Thu March 16, 2006:
Man oh Man, what a shot, what an aircraft. In SA the 737 is nicknamed "Fluffy".

A visitor from United States posted Fri February 24, 2006:
Clarity of the instrument panel is great! lighting is very good and the landscape on the ground shows up well. great work!

A visitor from Qatar posted Tue February 14, 2006:
No fly by wire, no auto anything 73 classic just like a turbine powered curtiss

A visitor from United States posted Tue February 7, 2006:
This is awesome!

A visitor from Peru posted Thu February 2, 2006:
Amazing

A visitor from United States posted Tue January 24, 2006:
Those wipers are supposed to park in the horizontal position. Guess it does'nt matter when the FAAs not involved.

A visitor from Sweden posted Mon January 23, 2006:
Just great shot from "the office". I've flown nightflights with Falcon Airs 737 in Sweden (thousands of thanks, Anders!), and just love it. It's pilot said: "If there's a hurricane, thunderstorm, hard winds, torrential rains...the 737 is the plane to be in...it's a real workhorse!" This picture gets me into the smell and sounds within the cockpit during landing. Great shot with the feel of the turn, and all instrument sharp! /Jozzi in Sweden

A visitor from Uruguay posted Mon January 23, 2006:
WooW! Nice Photo Miguel!!!
Is the Emergency Light switch off?

A visitor from Peru posted Sun January 22, 2006:
Finally the shot I´ve been waiting for. Extreme banking !! JM

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat January 21, 2006:
Incredible! Bright and sharp as sharp can be.

A visitor from Peru posted Sat January 21, 2006:
Great to see a peruvian airline on the web. Buena Miguel!!

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Sat January 21, 2006:
WoW

A visitor from Malta posted Sat January 21, 2006:
Its nice to see again ex AirMalta B737-200s especially this particular aircraft,i have travelled in this 737 two times when with AirMalta as 9H-ABB in 1984 and as ZK-NAH in 1996.Wonderful picture !!

A visitor from United States posted Fri January 20, 2006:
"Please take care when opening the overhead lockers as bags may have shifted in flight". You can see why they say that. Fantastic detail; you can read all the instruments. First class, Miguel!

A visitor from Germany posted Fri January 20, 2006:
Very nice shot indeed. Almost impossible to get a view like this in Germany. First no front office access, second all classic 737 are gone. Very nice!!

A visitor from Singapore posted Fri January 20, 2006:
Look at the instruments and you will know that the plane is rolling to the left.

A visitor from Thailand posted Fri January 20, 2006:
Nice bank! (from the comment below : Take a look at the Horizontal Indicator,sir.)

A visitor from Peru posted Fri January 20, 2006:
Excellent photo Miguel, as always!

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri January 20, 2006:
Good Shot quality.
To the US citizen - look at the deck better and you'll find the answer yourself!

A visitor from United States posted Fri January 20, 2006:
Look at the attitude indicator! That's quite a turn! Excellent shot!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu January 19, 2006:
Excellent Shot! Did you crop the photo at an angle or were you able to position the camera parallel to the horizon?

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