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More: USA - Nevada, November 14, 2010
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N640AW (cn 448) Roaring out from runway 01R, this PHX-bound A320 gets dwarfed by the New York-New York hotel and casinos behind. I really love the effect of the jetblast on the hotel background.
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A visitor from Russian Federation posted Wed August 1, 2012:
Great Shot! Although the phrase, "Please open the window shades for take-off" has been ignored by 50% of the passengers in the Foxtrot seats :/

A visitor from China posted Mon September 12, 2011:
Great shot.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed August 17, 2011:
One of A.net's most beautiful photo's, no matter how many times I've seen it...

A visitor from United States posted Mon January 24, 2011:
I totally agree with the last commenter; the A320 is a nice looking a/c from tail to front door; forward of the door, it looks like they "spliced on" a nose from an old salvaged DC-3!
(Still a fabulous photo though!)

A visitor from United States posted Fri January 7, 2011:
Well, that does it.....7 for 7, all five stars!
I completely agree about the background.....where else but Vegas can you get take-off shots with NYC skyline for a background? Hey, look at that guy go.......he must be in a hurry to get to PHX!

But nah, the 320 is a lot different looking than the
737-200....much different nose, much fatter engines, different vertical stab, etc, etc etc ! ( see what looking at A.net photos day-in, day-out does for you?)
Makes you an "armchair-airliner X-pert!) ( LOL!)

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri December 31, 2010:
Incredible background !

A visitor from - posted Fri December 31, 2010:
Nice jetblast effect...
Dont know why but at first sight, I thought it was a B737-200...

A visitor from - posted Thu December 30, 2010:
Fantastic photo! Love the background.

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