Aviation Photo #2026037 Boeing 777-35R/ER - Turkish Airlines

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I am very surprised at the sudden incident!
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    Turkish Airlines
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    Boeing 777-300
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    TC-JJB
    Tokyo - Narita International (New Tokyo)
    Japan
    March 21, 2010
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Anonymous
5 years ago
I bet the peeps on the plane weren't to comfy with it either...
Anonymous
5 years ago
Catching an 777 with engine flames so difficult!
Anonymous
5 years ago
An employee of the GE assembly line couldn't resist to mount the AB device of a F404 on this GE90. Just kidding, nicely done, excellent shot !
Anonymous
5 years ago
PERFECT! Great timing!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great timing, great shot!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Looks like a compressor stall to me..
Anonymous
5 years ago
Gonna miss those 744s of JAL. Hopefully they all find new homes!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Rare capture, but if nothing else has happaned, it's only an incident.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow, thats very impressive!
complete engine failure?
Anonymous
5 years ago
Birdstrike or a 'usual' compressor stall?
Anonymous
5 years ago
Compressor stall?
Anonymous
5 years ago
Caught in a moment. And I haven't heard about the accident.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow, amazing photo - really cool that you catched this moment! :D
Anonymous
5 years ago
So this is the 666th 777? Sounds suspicious...
Anonymous
5 years ago
Timing is everything. Amazing capture. Well done!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Oh my God!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice catch!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Engine surge or birdstrike? Whatever it is the pax with window seats on the right side behind the wing are all like "Thats it, next time Im just gonna stay home and Skype!"
Anonymous
5 years ago
Excellent timing
Anonymous
5 years ago
Is it just me or is there something wrong with the right engine? lol, great pic
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice timing! This must be the afterburner option for the GE-90! Must of been hit prematurely!!!!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Must have been a terrible experience for the passengers.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow!!!! I'd crap my pants if I was sitting on that side of the plane!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Looks like the afterburner didn't engage on one engine
Anonymous
5 years ago
Now that's a Kodak moment.
Anonymous
5 years ago
I love it, its my new home screen picture! Good shot, it should be like this all the time!
Anonymous
5 years ago
How come the afterburner is activated on only one of the engines of this cool 777-SST? LOL! Awesome picture and great timing!
Anonymous
5 years ago
The timing was just perfect. the waiting really pays off. thanks for this great shot.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Excellent picture, timing is perfect. I have actually been on this aircraft (TC-JJB) back around the time this was taken from IST-BKK. Thankfully I wasn't on this flight, and thankfully everyone was okay on-board. I can imagine they were all a bit shaken up after seeing flames out of the engine!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow.. Excellent shot, 5*
Anonymous
5 years ago
Excellent ! congratulations ! Petru Dimoff
Anonymous
5 years ago
Fouled plugs maybe or filled up with diesel by mistake? :) Pretty scary sight from any angle. Whatever the cause at full power it wouldn't be good for the health of the engine, pilots or passengers! Fantastic pciture all round.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice timing. It always amazes me how 700,000lbs can safely go around, powered by a single engine.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Amazing timing this is next to impossible to catch. I hope everything was O.K.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great coincidence.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Amazing catch - great exposure to get the flame and so forth. Scary.
Anonymous
5 years ago
A huge engine showing a huge display of excitement, well done capturing this amazing shot.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Amazing photo,unique
Anonymous
5 years ago
Just look at that wingflex as well, apart from the spectacular burning engine.
Anonymous
5 years ago
It was a compressor stall - actually common in engines, it's not much of a safety hazard, usually ends in a go around and landing.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Super photo
Anonymous
5 years ago
Indeed a scary sight! Really, normal or not, I would not run into this situation ... By the way, great catch!! 5* [Mrvsk]
Anonymous
5 years ago
Houston, we have a problem...
Anonymous
5 years ago
With those huge intakes it looks like it could've sucked in a Piper Cub...

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