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Picture of the Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 aircraft

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More: Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1
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More: International Airspace, June 9, 2006
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HS-AXE (cn 193C-1097) Panel overview of the great TriStar L1011 of Thai Sky Airlines enroute from Seoul Incheon to Bangkok International. Thanks a lat to the very friendly pilots for the great flight on the jumpseat.
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A visitor from New Zealand posted Mon July 10, 2006:
Nice pic, you dont see tri star pics from recently very often these days. Looks like that thing has a few hours under it tho, perhaps time for a fleet upgrade by this airline

A visitor from United States posted Thu June 29, 2006:
That must have been an amazing experience. How often do you get to jumpseat in a Tristar?

A visitor from Switzerland posted Thu June 29, 2006:
The speed is 280 KIAS and Mach .84 (looks like 340 from this angle :-)
I love these "real" cockpits so much !! Great shot !

A visitor from New Zealand posted Thu June 29, 2006:
Nice to see such a detailed photo of a copit in flight
as for the person comenting on the center engine power seting check the gauges all three read the same

A visitor from United States posted Thu June 29, 2006:
Excellent angle, super clear! Thanks for not using a watermark lol, photo is perfect. Looks like the #2 engine is running at the same EPR as the others, but the lever is just fwd..

A visitor from Sweden posted Thu June 29, 2006:
The airspeed is not 340kts, what you see is the machmeter which shows a speed of .840 mach. IAS is more around 300.

Brilliant picture of a dying breed!

A visitor from United States posted Wed June 28, 2006:
I love the detail in that cockpit. I can even tell that you're airspeed is 340 kts and altitude is 35,000 feet.

A visitor from Canada posted Wed June 28, 2006:
Great shot great detail. Why is the middle engine thrust significantly more engaged?

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