Aviation Photo #2022807: Boeing 747-4HAF/ER/SCD - TNT


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  • András Mihalik
    TNT
    Boeing 747-4HAF/ER/SCD
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing
    35234
    1386
    OO-THB
    Liege (- Bierset)
    Belgium
    October 18, 2011
  • 139

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Photo ID
#2022807
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58,998
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TNT
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Accepted
November 28, 2011
Caption
'Quality 006' kicks up some spray while reversing thrust on 23L. Note some local aviation enhusiasts were also interested in the action.
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1536px
Height
1024px

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Comments (20)

Anonymous
4 years ago
Nice detail, the watching bird
Anonymous
4 years ago
Good thing those enthusiasts didn't get ingested. :-) Very nice photo!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Excellent shot, makes her look like even more of a beast than normal!
Anonymous
4 years ago
M O N S T E R !!! 5* and my vote !!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Amazing! Hats off! Great timing! Did your camera get wet?
Anonymous
4 years ago
Stunning shot. - Nishant Deshpande
Anonymous
4 years ago
Very nice, it looks like its landing on the grass.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Awesome. Love the "local aviation enthusiasts!" Thanks for the great shot!
Anonymous
4 years ago
SO MUCH POWER!
Anonymous
4 years ago
The power of Queen!
Magnificent!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Angry bird!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Aviation enthusiast with wings !
Anonymous
4 years ago
Absolutely great. The water spray on the reverse is amazing.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow!!! I've got a new desktop image :)
Anonymous
4 years ago
Excellent...well done!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Cool photo, power and beauty perfectly illustrated.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Powerful beauty ... and a very nice detail, the blackbird just watching the scene!.. I loved this picture! 5* ... [Mariovsk]
Anonymous
4 years ago
Nice show when spray is huge.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Great picture!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Maybe the birds think the jumbo is a monster bird...