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More: Transavia Airlines
More: Boeing 737-8K2
More: Innsbruck - Kranebitten (INN / LOWI)
More: Austria, January 14, 2006
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PH-HZL (cn 30391/814) The ultimative photo to describe Innsbruck Airport! My all-time favourite.
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A visitor from - posted Sun January 15, 2012:
The plane is not banking to the right as it may seem. I agree that it is a disorienting photo. If you observe closely, the airlerons and leading edges of the flaps are plain level.

A visitor from - posted Sun June 26, 2011:
Bank angle! Bank angle!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun January 23, 2011:
It´s took a fiew seconds till I come down (vertigo!) :))) Great angle!

A visitor from - posted Thu July 8, 2010:
Classic Innsbruck photo. Very nice indeed. Thank you and greetings from Ireland.

A visitor from - posted Sun February 21, 2010:
The vertical 'horizon' and smooth contours of the aircraft in relation to the cliff face, make a very arresting photograph!

A visitor from Italy posted Fri November 6, 2009:
Good departure!

A visitor from - posted Sun October 18, 2009:
I thought this shot was at a crazy angle...and then it hit me...it's a cliff!! 5/5-Great shot.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon August 31, 2009:
Aaaah now i get it! i thought that the blue stuff was a sea! no it is the sky haha

A visitor from South Africa posted Mon March 3, 2008:
Very nice picture. reminds me of that popular phrase "thats not silver lining behind the cloud, its a mountain"

A visitor from Austria posted Wed October 25, 2006:
Simply stunning!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed September 27, 2006:
Fantastic shot, very confusing at first!

A visitor from Canada posted Thu August 17, 2006:
Absolutely stunning. Just amazing the detail and sense of adventure in this shot. Well done.

A visitor from Lebanon posted Sat July 1, 2006:
Oh crap, what is this, 1000 mm tele?

A visitor from India posted Tue April 18, 2006:
How did the hell did you take this picture??

A visitor from Denmark posted Mon April 17, 2006:
When i saw this picture at first time, i thought it was the earth beside instead for a cliff.
Very nice

A visitor from United States posted Tue April 11, 2006:
What a disorienting shot. At first I thought this joker was doing a barrel roll or something. Then I realized it was a cliff in the background. Silly me. 5 stars.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu March 23, 2006:
Superb picture!

A visitor from United States posted Mon March 13, 2006:
BANK ANGLE! BANK ANGLE! BANK ANGLE!
lol thats what i though when i first saw it! what is that stuff to the right of the plane? mountains?
nice shot!!

A visitor from Belgium posted Sun March 12, 2006:
Amazing combination of background and aircraft, nice angle to take photo.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat March 11, 2006:
Where else do you see a pecfect backdrop for airliners like this? I love Innsbruck

A visitor from United States posted Sun March 5, 2006:
Holy Cow. How did you do that?

A visitor from Canada posted Wed March 1, 2006:
So crisp and clear, excellent snap Florian! Kaz

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue February 28, 2006:
Great work. Well done. Tony W

A visitor from United States posted Tue February 28, 2006:
Incredible shot. well done.

A visitor from United States posted Sun February 26, 2006:
Looks like he's on a 90 degree roll, with a rocky landscape and a a body of water ahead! Makes me a bit air sick just looking at the picture too long!! Great picture!!!!!

A visitor from United States posted Sun February 26, 2006:
"Do NOT turn right on departure" .... Transavia's new livery looks good, doesn't it?

A visitor from United States posted Sun February 26, 2006:
Bloody marvelous!!

A visitor from Malta posted Sun February 26, 2006:
This shot really fooled me Florian as I thought the plane was doing a loop....nice shot

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Sun February 26, 2006:
I looked at the picture and thought "OMG, what a crazy pilot, what does he do to the passengers!" At first sight it really looks like the picture and the plane are inclined by 90° :)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun February 26, 2006:
Awesome shot Flo! Shame it wasnt as nice conditions that weekend i was out there!

Chris

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun February 26, 2006:
Lovely photo one of my all time favourites although it puzzels me alot!!!!

A visitor from Taiwan posted Sun February 26, 2006:
This is reallyu cool.

A visitor from Dominican Republic posted Sun February 26, 2006:
Nice view,I never saw something like that.

A visitor from United States posted Sun February 26, 2006:
I honestly thought this plane was pulling some really funky stunt turn. Shows just how ignorant I am of a really great shot! ^__^

A visitor from Austria posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Well done again!! It wouldn't be half as good if centered 'correctly' - sometimes you simply have to try ;-)
Digital GreetinX

A visitor from Belgium posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Wow! Amazing shot AND composition! I prefer these "photographers' view"-pictures instead of the "cropped/centered" ones with just showing the aircraft... Seeing this makes me really impatient to go to Innsbruck myself. Thanks for sharing, there can be no better way to describe Innsbruck!

A visitor from Poland posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Excellent. Pozdrawiam Mati

A visitor from Malaysia posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Superb..nice angle..how near is the hill anyway

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Heeeerrrrrrlllll... sorry, that view makes me air sick, but it is pretty cool.

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:
WOW! I think that picture is amazing. I actually thought it was going 90 degrees to the side!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Great image-at first I thaught it was edgo of land coming to sea :/ From flight sim the average stall speed at a 40 degree bank is around 120mph but may differ in real life!

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Very nice photo. Turn it clockwise and you can show a B737 on a 90 deg.roll!

A visitor from Argentina posted Sat February 25, 2006:
WOW !! Is it flying to the moon ? Perfect shot.
RL787 from Buenos Aires.

A visitor from Mexico posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Looks like the photo has been turned to the right 90 degrees and the 737 with an awesome turn. Fantastic. T.B.

A visitor from Germany posted Sat February 25, 2006:
I can't believe this photo. It's sooo great!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Very nice indeed

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Wonderful!Breathtaking! Makes me feel as if I am in the picture

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Wow. Beautiful shot. Does the mountain make departures and approaches as hard as it looks?

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Really nice, Florian. Congratulations.

A visitor from Germany posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Are there some of you guys thinking that this 737 is banking out of Innsbruck? The thing on the right is a slope from one of the mountains surrounding the city. She is actually climbing pretty straight out of INN. Banking isn't possible because you have to follow the Inn-valley to climb over the mountains.
Impressive shot!!

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Either he's turning like an F-18 or he's about to fly into a mountain!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat February 25, 2006:
I love the mountain in the background, makes it look like the plane is banking to the right when in fact its just climbing out

A visitor from Indonesia posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Very surprise, I thinks it is a dangerous manuvre

A visitor from United States posted Fri February 24, 2006:
Awesome view - screwed with my head when I first opened it...

A visitor from United States posted Fri February 24, 2006:
I feel like I need to lean in my chair when I look at this picture. It is wonderful! But what is the stall speed of a 737 at a 40 degree bank?

A visitor from Austria posted Fri February 24, 2006:
Wow! Sometimes you must break (almost) every rule to get a superb shot. This image is a case in point. Keep it rolling, mate! W.H.

A visitor from United States posted Fri February 24, 2006:
Best of the best - truly a breathtaking shot. Got my vote!

A visitor from Poland posted Fri February 24, 2006:
Sweet photo!

A visitor from Australia posted Fri February 24, 2006:
Wunderbar..... Impressive airport

A visitor from Australia posted Fri February 24, 2006:
Absolutely fantastic shot Flo! One of my favourites from your collection.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri February 24, 2006:
Hi Florian, I also like the shot. Gives a good feel of how it is at Innsbruck.

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