Aviation Photo #0520237 Boeing 727-2A1/Adv(F) - Varig Log

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Something went wrong while loading this 727 at MIA on February 29, 2004. Nobody was hurt, and the plane was righted about 15 minutes after this shot was taken.
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    Boeing 727-2A1/Adv(F)
    Boeing 727-200 (C-22)
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    Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field)
    Florida
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    February 29, 2004
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Comments (9)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Looks like this plane got a little back heavy!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
A view and attitude you will rarely see of a 727, caused by improper loading.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Sweet tail dragger!
Anonymous
8 years ago
You can very well see how useful the little thing under the tail is; its original intention is preventing major damage in a tail strike at take-off, though.
Anonymous
7 years ago
That's that I don't like to fly in a 727
Anonymous
6 years ago
No wonder the plane leaned backwards... ah, this is what makes Boeing a very special aircraft manufacturer. :))
Anonymous
6 years ago
Agree with the last comment :]
Anonymous
6 years ago
Thats a dumb comment, any plane will go tail heavy if loaded wrong.....
Anonymous
4 years ago
Perfect timing, well captured !

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