Aviation Photo #1298596 Airbus A319-112 - Virgin America

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Qantas 747-400 (VH-OEI) is seen going around, climbing past us in the A319. We were performing a parallel ("side-by") approach to Runway 28 in San Francisco (SFO) when apparently the heavy couldn't stay behind us and had to go around. It was the most spectacular thing I have ever seen from inside an airplane!
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Comments (244)

Anonymous
9 years ago
Great shot! The Jumbo looks very big in this photo
Anonymous
9 years ago
Fantastic - an air to air photo that we would all like to get credit for. Good job you weren't sitting on the other side of the aircraft!
Anonymous
9 years ago
I know that it's very difficult to estimate distances on a 2D-picture but this looks very close - too close to follow provisions. Spectacular shot, congrats!
Anonymous
9 years ago
5 stars because of the moment , really unusual
Anonymous
9 years ago
Thats one flight i wish i had been on- great lighting on the 747!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wicked shot, I bet this fot folks oohh'n and aaah'n in the aircraft
Anonymous
9 years ago
Awesome! 5 stars
Anonymous
9 years ago
A real "right time, right place" shot! Definitely something you don't see every day.
Anonymous
9 years ago
You are the luckiest photographer!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Lookin kinda close there!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow! I bet ever A.netter would have sold there grannies to be in a position to take such a picture, though i'm sure some of the pax were going a bit mad have a heavy that close at what appars to still be a resonable alt on approch, this has just become my new worktop
Anonymous
9 years ago
WOW! I thought it was a near miss! Just kidding!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow!!! You are very lucky to have seen this and have done a great job capturing this moment. Thanks for sharing
Anonymous
9 years ago
Woow - great pic 5 stars
Anonymous
9 years ago
Awesome shot
Anonymous
9 years ago
What a lucky "once in a lifetime shot"! Congrat's Ben,a 5-star from me.
Anonymous
9 years ago
BEN -

i wish i could've seen it myself! great capture!

Brandon - Las Vegas
Anonymous
9 years ago
This is the coolest air to air shot I have ever seen.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Looks scary but fantastic at the same time. 5 stars!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great moment - great picture!
Thanks for sharing this breathtaking situation
Anonymous
9 years ago
Awesome picture.......Flaps down,Power up!!!!!! Brilliant
Anonymous
9 years ago
Hard to believe that there is no comment yet on this outstanding and spectacular picture. What a great shot! One can almost feel the movement, isn't that so?
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow...very close
wel done !!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Talk about timing. Glad that you have your camera at the right place at the right time!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Amazing! Excellent capture of this moment. Feel the GEs roaring!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Dramatic shot..well done Ben
Anonymous
9 years ago
What better view could you possibly ask for out of an aeroplane window. Stunning.
Anonymous
9 years ago
How close it could be??
Anonymous
9 years ago
Fabulous !
Anonymous
9 years ago
Brilliant! Just amazing picture.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wonderful shot but very rare circumstnces. very well done
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow that is a great photo ! How did you like Virgin America ?
Anonymous
9 years ago
Amazing!!! must've been a heart stopping moment when you witnessed it
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow you were very lucky indeed!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Amazing coincidence, and on Virgin America to boot! 5*
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great pic, very rare moment captured
Anonymous
9 years ago
Sweet!! This shows that you can also overtake in the air. I like the B747's angle of approach w/ the landing gear all set. Maybe next time the A319 will move a little faster, right Ben?
Anonymous
9 years ago
Congratulations on the nice shot
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very very cool!
One of those "amazing" things...you got it!
Anonymous
9 years ago
What a spectacular shot. Truly a once in a lifetime event.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great moment - great shot!
Thanks for sharing this special situation in this gorgeous way...
Anonymous
9 years ago
Truly Amazing! I was really on that flight! Simply stunning.
It makes wonder who was in the wrong...
I don't think the Qantas employees were too happy about this!
Truly Amazing, I get on Airliners dot net, and sure enough, the picture is screaming at me at the home page! Quite the Adventure...
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very cool shot! Good use of the opportunity.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Amazing view
Anonymous
9 years ago
OMG.. That's like 400-450 ft. from your POV..
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very unique shot of an event most of us never see... good job, and definitely a bit of luck!
Anonymous
9 years ago
What a unique sighting! Truely amazing!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice picture considering how bright it is outside! I can just imagine what it looked like from inside the A319!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Whats the worst that can happen if the 747 gets in front? The airbus will just get tossed around, no biggie! ;) 5*
Anonymous
9 years ago
I can see that someone didn't have their portable electronics stored during landing!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great Shot. I hope so much that someone in the Qantas bird got a shot of the VirAm plane - though I would guess its not nearly as impressive. Keep shooting!
Anonymous
9 years ago
You said it: spectacular.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Probably this pic will become a classic at airliners.net...
Anonymous
9 years ago
Superb! Unique! Beautiful! 5 stars!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Thats an awesome picture!
Anonymous
9 years ago
What a great photo! perhaps a once in a lifetime shot! 5*
Anonymous
9 years ago
Was the jumbo direct behind you or parallel behind you?

The distance is so close! Great action shot!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Woah TCAS must have been buzzing!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow, that is impressive!! Good job!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
It's unbelievable that this can happen during a usual flight. You're lucky! One of the greatest shots ever
Anonymous
9 years ago
AWESOME! Being a A319 Pilot myself I can only tell you... AWESOME!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Ome of the most interesting shots on a.net. Nice!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Epic photo! Truely one of the best on here!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Awesome!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great shot
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very interesting... I've done the same approach from inside a 744, with 752 on the other side... we couldn't slow down enough, and overtook on a 1 mile final, but neither of us were instructed to go around. Photos are on airliners. Cheers, Matt Lee
Anonymous
9 years ago
Five stars definitively! You gotta have to be there to feel it! Never seen something similar before.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Stunning shot ! 5 stars
Anonymous
9 years ago
Fantastic photo. Can't wait to see a photo of your A319 taken from Qantas' Boeing 747.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very cool pic taken at the perfect moment. Seeing a 747 come that close to you must have been freaky as it is not an everyday occurrence. - in LA
Anonymous
9 years ago
A very unique photo, Never seen anything like this before
Anonymous
9 years ago
Thats an amazing shot with the wing of the plane you are in and how the other plane just seems so magnificent, I love it :)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Well, personally I wouldn't qualify for sharper or colors, exposure or any photography concept, this is a "one in 10 millions" shot, right sit, on right flight, on right time. I hope to see one shot from the other plane soon as well :).
Excellent job Ben.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Amazing shot!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Awesome shot
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow! Amazing shot! Never seen one like that before.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow this would have been ausome to see! Great pic.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Beautiful picture!! Reminds me of the time when we,
in a Delta L-1011 approaching Orlando (1979) flew
beside, then turned in front of, an Air Force C-130.
The C-130 seem motionless in the sky (except for the
propellers). Your picture brings back wonderful
memories.
Anonymous
9 years ago
WOW! This is a very rare moment, and that is why it is important to always have your camera handy.
Anonymous
9 years ago
That's a great photo.
If you just had the Qantas airliner in there it would be great with the clouds etc. but having the perspective of the aircraft you're in is fantastic.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow!!! What timing!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Absolutely amazing. I have never experienced such a sight on any of my flights. I would be the first to take pictures, my parents would be scared to death however.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Awesome! I wish I was there!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Right place, right time... right skill. Congratulations on a unique shot! I wonder if there was anyone in the 747 taking a photo of your plane :)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Undoubtedly ......... Marvelous & Amazing
Anonymous
9 years ago
Hah one look at the captionless thumbnail and I knew ... SFO =P Spectacular!
Anonymous
9 years ago
This shot is totally awesome! Very lucky and what a view!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Excellant shot, excellent timing, well done. 5 Stars
Anonymous
9 years ago
Once in a lifetime shot!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very unique and a clean shot. The implied action makes me wish I was in that seat.
Anonymous
9 years ago
WOW!!! ATC were pretty nervous.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Absolutely amazing! Congrats!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Absolutely stunning!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
5 stars. A really What a Sight photo.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Oooopsz! very small distance..
Anonymous
9 years ago
Stunning!! I first thought it was an air show photo! Great picture!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
OH MY GOD!! I may never live to see a better shot. That is amazing. Thanks for sharing.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Aussom!Look at the distance between you and that 747-400.Great shot!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Too close for comfort?
Anonymous
9 years ago
Amazing!!! SFO rocks! Well done Ben!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great shot, and very meaningful to me as I just experienced my first go around this AM at TPE onboard CX 530, brand new A330-300.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Woww!!!really lucky moment.super-just super shot.thank you very much.five stars
Anonymous
9 years ago
Sometimes this only happens around SFO. What a shot. T.B.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Must have been quite a sight, nice pic!
Anonymous
9 years ago
So I'm just wondering... could you hear the 747 engines spooling up? great shot... I never comment on anything below five stars, so there ya go
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great Shot...all in a days work for ATC. Again, awesome shot!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Heavy!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Truly amazing sight. I wonder why the A319 didn't approach at a higher speed for the sake of enabling the 747 to land.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Oh my good! I seems like they will crash!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Absolutely outstanding! One of the best pics I have ever seen!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Simply awesome, well done !
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great Photo!!! I miss flying Qantas, brings back memories.
Anonymous
9 years ago
SFO at its' finest. Too bad there were no airliners.net fans on the QF flight reciprocating the feeling.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Perfect shot. 5*****
Anonymous
9 years ago
Simply fantastic
Anonymous
9 years ago
Only at SFO! Love it!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Good timing exelent moment
Anonymous
9 years ago
Never seen something like this! Wonderful shot!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great shot of a great aeroplane from a wonderful airline.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Somebody would think it's a montage! Perfect shot Ben!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Amazing shot! Almost like you were right beside the plane!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Incredible!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Super!
Anonymous
9 years ago
A incredible rare occurrence to witness and you had your camera ready!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great photo - though I think I might have paused for a moment looking out the window and seeing a 744 so close!
Anonymous
9 years ago
OMG!! What a Shot Mr. Ben Wang!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
WOO!! From that close-up, the TCAS must be ringing off the hook!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Outstanding...
Anonymous
9 years ago
Spectacular! All We Need Now Is A Picture From A Person Inside The Qantas Jet!
Anonymous
9 years ago
WOW - great photoG-)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Coolio!
This was an unexpected exciting event!
Anonymous
8 years ago
This picture doesnt get any better I wish I was on the VA plane to see that Qantas bird.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice one!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Excellent excellent photo, just goes to show the level of precision of flying required to fly into KSFO love it!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Too many comments for this Photo.....Which it really deserves.....Good Job buddy...
Anonymous
8 years ago
Right place + Right time = Perfection!
What a lucky shot!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Lucky shot indeed and a very good one too. i wish i could be in your place. keep up the good work Ben
Anonymous
8 years ago
Now this is a peice of art ha ha ha ha ha
Anonymous
8 years ago
Incredible shot, ben! i love it!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Simply too close for its size :),great capture!
Anonymous
8 years ago
I was the F/O on the 319, we were on an approx 3 mile final, we at 125kts fully configured to land, qantas at approximately 140kts, I guess, fully configured. Qantas instructed to stay in trail as per required for a visual paired approach to SFO 28L and 28R, but eventually called to ATC unable. We offered to speed up but at that point Qantas called going around. He climbed away to 3000ft uneventfully, the picture must have been taken just at the point he started the pitch up. Spectacular as he was nearly level with us at the point of go around initiation. Shame some people think this is a fake picture. Actually go arounds on a paired approach are unusual, the spacing and speed differential just didn't work out this time. Great shot though.
Anonymous
8 years ago
This picture is one of the best at airliners.net
Anonymous
8 years ago
Indeed, an amazing moment. Looking out of the window and seeing this giant flying next to you. Thrilling. Great picture, Ben. Thanks for sharing it with us. It every time gives me the idea I'm sitting in the A319 myself.
Anonymous
8 years ago
There are quite a few extremely awesome one-in-a-million shots on A.net. However, this is one of those one-in-a-billion shots. 5 stars and thanks for sharing this one.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow, amazing to see such a large aircraft that close to another. Pilots have the greatest jobs on earth!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wang, you have done it, AGAIN!
Anonymous
8 years ago
One of the best shots I have ever seen
Anonymous
8 years ago
Outstanding picture!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Absolutely awsome
Anonymous
8 years ago
Greaaaaaat pic
Anonymous
8 years ago
Greeeeeeaaaaat!!!!!!!:o
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow! Amazing shot!
Anonymous
8 years ago
You have to be at the right moment in the right place. 5 stars is a conservative qualification for this shot. Congratulations!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Amazing! Glad you had your camera with you.
Anonymous
8 years ago
The Qantas looks so great.
Greetings and congratulations for the photographer.
You see this kind of photos once in a thousand years.
My God I beleive the pilots of the 2 planes even said hi to each other
Anonymous
8 years ago
Five Stars! This is the BEST photo I have EVER seen!! Thanks alot Ben :)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Best photo... ever
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow! This is a very unusual angle of the most beautiful plane that is flying around! And I love the Qantas colourscheme!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great photo. Five stars! Thanks for sharing.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wonderful picture!!! Qantas is my favorite airline!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
this is amazing american and european design right next to each other in air a extremly rare site
Anonymous
8 years ago
It's so awesome & cute photo 4ever :)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Fantastic shot! Once in a lifetime opportunity!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
I live above and have spotted sfo for 33 years. one of the most incredible shots i've seen.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Incredible shot indeed...
This is typical for SFO...
Anonymous
7 years ago
Awesome shot! This is best shot ever i seen in airliners.net.
I must approach it should get 7 stars as same to one of Dubai's luxuary hotel!
Well done again!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow, this is an amazing sight, I would be stunned if I saw something like this.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very neat to be that close to a heavy in midair. Great shot!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow that is one amazing photo, The 747 is by far the most amazing plane, even above the A380. This is a once in 1000 lifetimes photo. Awsome shot!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
This really is one in a million photo..
Anonymous
7 years ago
I have had the opportunity to witness a 767 or 757 next to my plane when flying back into SFO and it was amazing, just not as amazing as this though!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Whow.... Wish I could make a shot like this!
5* definitely!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow! That is awesome. It had to go around cause the little A319 was too slow! lol jk.
Anonymous
7 years ago
This can be experienced only in some of the busiest US airports. I wonder even LHR has this kind of a traffic.
Anonymous
7 years ago
A very rare chance to experience such encounter.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Pilot to other pilot over the radio - "Get outta the way , old man !!!! yaaahhoooooo !!!"
Anonymous
7 years ago
The QF747 is climbing, hence the difference in the attack angle between the A319. Fantastic capture!
Frank frm BUE E01
Anonymous
7 years ago
Could this not be a metaphor for the strong US-Oz alliance?
Anonymous
7 years ago
Magical, makes me cry..
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great shot! :)
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very nice.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing shot Ben :)
Anonymous
7 years ago
Am Sure the TCAS is crying !
Anonymous
7 years ago
Probably the last 3 letters of the registration of the 747 had to deal with this situation.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Why couldn't the 'roo just put the 319 in its pouch and then it wouldn't have to go around?
Anonymous
7 years ago
Shot of a lifetime!!Congrats!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Bet that 74 burned more fuel on the go around than the 319 used for their entire trip
Anonymous
7 years ago
Fantastic !
Anonymous
7 years ago
Expectacular Pic! this is a very rare Shot Congrats!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
It's a wrong thing if i don't give you a five *.nice work .
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow! Brilliant shot. Talk about your once in a lifetime opportunities.
Anonymous
6 years ago
One of the best action shots an airliners! The timing here was amazing, well done to you Ben.
Anonymous
6 years ago
One of the best shots I have ever seen!
Anonymous
6 years ago
That's so awesome
Anonymous
6 years ago
The best shot i have ever seen!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Fantastic I was onboard the Qantats 747 great flight and a go round at the end even after a 13hur was fantastic that surge of power and the moment of O MY GOD before the calm voice of the 2nd officer telling us there was another aircraft i our way and we were doing a go round and add is a lovely clear day and a great day for seeing enjoy and sorry about the delay to our arrival .
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice Shot!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Awesome
Anonymous
6 years ago
The tcas must have been goin crazy
Anonymous
6 years ago
Amazing!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Most amazing picture of all time! The lighting on the back of the Quantas is stunning!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Full dirty configuration... the noise must have been spectacular!! I'm jealous!! Congratulations on an amazing shot!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Lucky!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Amazing i wish i had a photo like that
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great catch! TCAS wouldn't be going crazy though, they have it set to TA (traffic advisory) only during approach for reasons very effectively illustrated by this great photo :)
Anonymous
6 years ago
For a second I thought the 744 was flaring for landing :X. Ni e to see some one caring about go-arounds -_-
Anonymous
6 years ago
Surely hope they did not do "Flaps down, Power up" :).

Amazing picture, reminds me of the time when I was a student pilot and had to get out of the way of a 777 coming. Was already pushing my approach speed at 120 kts, but they told me g/a.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great get, shame about the glare of Skippy..
Anonymous
6 years ago
Fantastic and scary !!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
The ability to seize the moment with a clarity that captures the drama of the flyby is what separates this from all the rest.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Your seat on the A319, the timing of your flight and your attention to other traffic is phenomenal.
Anonymous
5 years ago
> Why couldn't the 'roo just put the 319 in its pouch and then it wouldn't have to go around?

hahaha :) AWESOME picture & for sure a "once in a lifetime" moment - congratulations!
Anonymous
5 years ago
You r damn lucky to get a chance like that! Good timing of the shot buddy!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Once in a lifetime...simply AWESOME!!!!!!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Awesome ..........wow!
Anonymous
5 years ago
It's Very amazing!it looks like friendship.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Absolutely amazing shot, and a very rare sight I'm sure. It blows my mind just how close the 747 is to your wing.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Enough has been said already so all I can say is Awsome.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Awesome !
Anonymous
5 years ago
Stunning
Anonymous
5 years ago
I've only just discovered this photo, Ben Wang is awesome!!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great photography is a bit like great comedy - it's all in the timing. This is phenomenal.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Simply awesome! at first i thought it was a Photoshop special, but reading 2 comments from the pilot of the 319 and a pax on the 744, i can only say well done on a simply awesome photo!
Anonymous
5 years ago
This is a one in a million shot... nice job!!
Anonymous
5 years ago
This is without a doubt one of the absolute best pictures on this site! However, I'd be worried if I was on either plane here- I'm pretty sure you're not allowed to fly this close.
Anonymous
5 years ago
I think this shot..is comparable to man first stepping on the moon.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Ure a lucky guy. rare opportunity

Anonymous
5 years ago
I can imagine the emotional excitement I'd feel experiencing this!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Well done Ben, you've captured this rare and tricky-to-photograph event very well.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Just breathtaking
Anonymous
4 years ago
Go arounds are fairly routine but a chore after a long flight from Sydney. TCAS algorithm won't say anything until aircraft paths encroach, you could fly formation as long as no turns are made into each other. Do it all the time on parallel runways like SFO
Anonymous
4 years ago
Great action pic, and excellent details given by the photographer. The photographer included the winglet, plainly showing it to be Virgin America, and included the Qantas 747.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Stunning
Anonymous
4 years ago
This shot is excellent actually. i'm wondering if such a position between the two planes is allowed... anyway tcas should be disabled ;) congrats for the shot anyway
Anonymous
4 years ago
Niceeeeee
Anonymous
4 years ago
Back in my flying days with Northwest, I had to go around at SFO once. This is an exceptional (great) photo Ben...

Capt. Dan
Northwest Airlines (Retired)
Anonymous
4 years ago
"Gloriously soaring above you... BECAUSE I CAN."
Anonymous
4 years ago
Simply Sensational!!! On final, full flaps, no-go, full power climb for a go-round AIR-TO-AIR: WOW!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Very impressive!!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
You don't often see two planes in this proximity in flight. Great!
Anonymous
4 years ago
The Qantas has an almost 'smug' look on its face! Beautiful shot of the most beautiful bird in the skies.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Fantastic shot! Sadly, VS does not fly to SFO!

Montague
Virgin Atlantic Airways
Anonymous
2 years ago
Not common to see us this close on parallel approaches in SFO.

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