Aviation Photo #0188156 Boeing 757-222 - United Airlines

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Unfortunately this aircraft was lost as flight 93 a few days later. My condolences to all who have lost loved ones in this disaster. (delivered 1996)
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    Felix Sieder
    United Airlines
    Boeing 757-222
    Boeing 757-200 (C-32)
    Boeing 757-200 (C-32)
    Boeing
    28142
    718
    N591UA
    Newark - Liberty International (Metropolitan)
    New Jersey
    USA
    September 8, 2001
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Photo Added: September 13, 2001

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Anonymous
11 years ago
Really good quality, and nice closeup. good colours and sharp
Anonymous
10 years ago
The reson why i think this is great shot is because you got every detail from the landing gear to the wings. this is an excellent shot.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Five star air plane
Anonymous
8 years ago
This is an amazing photograph of United flight 93. To see this photo, it makes my heart hurt even more than 6 full years later.
Anonymous
6 years ago
GREAT PIx by the way but this picture is really sad only 4 days later people heroes died saving america from futher tragedy and destroying the captiol go ewr and God Bless America
Anonymous
6 years ago
Scary how they have pictures of the exact aircraft in good quality from, like, one month to one day before 9/11.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The picture gives you a good idle as to the size of aircraft that is to have supposelly created the hole in the ground. There is no way a plane this size and with that much fuel on board could crash and not leave some evidence it was there.

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