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Picture of the Boeing 767-322/ER aircraft

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Aircraft Taken at
More: United Airlines
More: Boeing 767-322/ER
More: San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
More: USA - California, March 28, 2010
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N666UA / 6766 (cn 29238/715) This is my first time seeing two heavies performing a parallel landing at SFO! With EVA 777-300ER B-16710.
More: Ben Wang
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A visitor from - posted Wed August 17, 2011:
Be careful, pilots- this 767 is cursed!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon November 1, 2010:
Size.Look at the mighty triple it is just awesome.Now you see why boeing must be quick with the 787.The ua 767 looks old.Keep them coming ben.thnx

A visitor from New Zealand posted Thu October 28, 2010:
Just check out the difference in the size of the engines amazing

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 3, 2010:
O no! its the devil 76!

A visitor from Singapore posted Sun October 3, 2010:
It really highlights the identical nose section. It also puts in perspective just how big the 773 is. Nice shot.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 2, 2010:
Wpw!!! Unbelievable!!! I can't believe that you got a great shots, huh?

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun August 1, 2010:
I can't believe the 777 is actually further away!

A visitor from Canada posted Mon July 26, 2010:
Wouldn't want to be the ATC in charge of one of them! Amazing picture though!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon July 26, 2010:
Is it me or are those 777-300ER's looking bigger each time i see against enother plane?
well it sure seems weird. but anyway, brilliant picture there! very clear and perfect timing!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon July 26, 2010:
Wow! This is Great, really great!
-Erik Grinsvall

A visitor from Spain posted Mon July 26, 2010:
The 767 is a big aircraft,but in this photo,you can actually realize the hughe size of the 777.

A visitor from Turkey posted Mon July 26, 2010:
Great shot...

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