Aviation Photo #0991315: Boeing 737-2Y5/Adv - Star Peru


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Miguel Cano Alva
    Star Peru
    Boeing 737-2Y5/Adv
    Boeing 737-200 (T-43)
    Boeing 737-200 (T-43)
    Boeing
    23039
    954
    OB-1794P
    In Flight
    Peru
    January 2, 2006
  • 178

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#0991315
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January 19, 2006
Caption
Turning left for a visual approach for runway 19 at Chiclayo.
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768px

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Comments (23)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Excellent Shot! Did you crop the photo at an angle or were you able to position the camera parallel to the horizon?
Anonymous
10 years ago
Look at the attitude indicator! That's quite a turn! Excellent shot!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Good Shot quality.
To the US citizen - look at the deck better and you'll find the answer yourself!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Excellent photo Miguel, as always!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice bank! (from the comment below : Take a look at the Horizontal Indicator,sir.)
Anonymous
10 years ago
Look at the instruments and you will know that the plane is rolling to the left.
Anonymous
10 years ago
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!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
"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!
Anonymous
10 years ago
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 !!
Anonymous
10 years ago
WoW
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great to see a peruvian airline on the web. Buena Miguel!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Incredible! Bright and sharp as sharp can be.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Finally the shot I´ve been waiting for. Extreme banking !! JM
Anonymous
10 years ago
WooW! Nice Photo Miguel!!!
Is the Emergency Light switch off?
Anonymous
10 years ago
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
Anonymous
10 years ago
Those wipers are supposed to park in the horizontal position. Guess it does'nt matter when the FAAs not involved.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Amazing
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is awesome!
Anonymous
10 years ago
No fly by wire, no auto anything 73 classic just like a turbine powered curtiss
Anonymous
10 years ago
Clarity of the instrument panel is great! lighting is very good and the landscape on the ground shows up well. great work!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Man oh Man, what a shot, what an aircraft. In SA the 737 is nicknamed "Fluffy".
Anonymous
10 years ago
The landing gear lever is down, but I do not see the three greens on yet.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice shot! The upper panel reads Comp Ass :D