Aviation Photo #1627283 Boeing 737-8K2 - Transavia Airlines

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Many thanks to G. who is one of the air traffic controllers at Groningen. The crew and G. made this experience for me reality and unforgetable. Thank you G. for the great time at Groningen, this one is for you!
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    Daan Krans
    Transavia Airlines
    Boeing 737-8K2
    Boeing 737-800 (BBJ2/C-40/P-8)
    Boeing 737-800 (BBJ2/C-40/P-8)
    Boeing
    29677
    2946
    PH-ZOM
    In Flight
    Netherlands
    December 12, 2009
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Comments (22)

Anonymous
7 years ago
Ethereal. 5*
Anonymous
7 years ago
Five stars for this incredible picture !
Anonymous
7 years ago
This is the most beautiful work...
Anonymous
7 years ago
The clarity of the instruments displays is amazing. Five star photo.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Ethereal indeed. You captured the journey of it all. *Banking right and towards heaven*
Anonymous
7 years ago
Arrrghh. Autobrakes at Maximum. Should have been an very interesting landing with some hard braking action...and by the way: amazing picture !!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Yes !!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Last turn on right for final approach :). 5* photo. thanks for sharing with us
Anonymous
7 years ago
Thank you for the comments. Indeed it was a really hard braking action with the Autobrakes at Max. We were turning finals for Rotterdam after a short flight from Groningen.
Anonymous
7 years ago
As a frequent flier passenger, never entered cockpit. and never had such view. Anyway, which indicator showing the maximum autobrake? :D
Anonymous
7 years ago
For the visitor from Indonesia...starting from the Captain's right hand (on the throttle levers), if you look upwards, above the LCD there's a knob with "AUTO BRAKE" written above it and it's set to the "MAX" position
Anonymous
7 years ago
What a stunning picture, 5*. By the way as the runway is 2200 meters long and the plane has a tailwind, this may explain the Max Autobrake. Then they maybe have a problem with speedbrakes or whatever.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great shot
Anonymous
7 years ago
Absolutely A Fanatastic Pic....And The Beautiful Sunset Just Lights Up The Cockpit... 5* EASILY
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very good photo - 4 STARS
Anonymous
6 years ago
Awesome!You have captured an unforgettable moment !
Anonymous
6 years ago
Flaps 15 moving, gear still going down!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great photo.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Transavia,or low cost airline.this pic doesnt look cheap.5stars for banking
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice Angle!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
My desktop now!5st easy
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice pic.

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