Aviation Photo #1286871 Boeing 767-338/ER - Qantas

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Operating QF787 to Canberra. Low weight + high power = lots of fun! Mind you, we were in a turn to the right, which gives the impression of a higher angle than normal.
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    Edward Terry
    Qantas
    Boeing 767-338/ER
    Boeing 767-300
    Boeing 767-300
    Boeing
    24407
    247
    VH-OGD
    Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (Mascot)
    New South Wales
    Australia
    October 28, 2007
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Anonymous
10 years ago
I did a doubletake when I saw your name - good to see you've started uploading again, and what a great shot to start with! :) G
Anonymous
10 years ago
Amazing!!! Never seen something like that before. What did the passengers think?
Anonymous
10 years ago
I didn't know the 767 had fighter capabilities. Incredible angle of attack.
Anonymous
10 years ago
What a climb! Amazing photo Edward
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great Shot. Amazing climb angle. Thanks for sharig.
Anonymous
10 years ago
I have never seen a 767-pic like that WELL DONE!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow he is almost vertical!!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I never knew the 763 had such a huge crit. AOA! 5*
Anonymous
10 years ago
You can't judge tha angle of attack from this photo because you can't tell which exact direction the aircraft is going. Fantastic photo, anyway...
Anonymous
10 years ago
I've never seen a 767 doing this! Definitely 5 stars!
Anonymous
10 years ago
This aircraft is in a turn to the right.
It is not in a straight ahead climb.
Great pic, though! You had me fooled for a half second.
Anonymous
10 years ago
This aircraft is in a steep turn (climb angle not too unusually steep).
Great pic!
Anonymous
10 years ago
One word...wow...
Anonymous
10 years ago
Speechless...! Unimaginable on any commercial airliner!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Holy moley! I've seen these takeoffs from the ground. But this is just unbelievable! That's amazing. It's almost 90 degrees! Well done taking this shot!
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is awesome! Keep up that good work, it really is amazing. 5 STARS.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Hello I am the photographer. I apologise for the ambiguity in my comment - we were NOT in a turn to the left and it was a silly mistake that I wrote a left turn instead of the RIGHT turn we were in. I have submitted this amendment to the screeners.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Pretty sharp turn since you can see the inward spoilers so as to reduce adverse yaw. In addition it forces the plane to pitch up whenever you bank so.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow...fooled me for two minutes
Anonymous
8 years ago
Really Fun!! I see this at KMSP a lot with the DC-9's. The first time I saw the DC-9 do one of those I thought something was wrong!
Anonymous
8 years ago
This shot gives me an idea of a xtreme vertigo and adrenalina shot feeling. Wish I were in that flight!
I once was flying on a SAAB 340 and could experiment a really high speed turn and feel the g-force in my body... It was just amazing.

Great picture!

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