Aviation Photo #0099895 Boeing 747-412 - Singapore Airlines

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Halfway during the climb (enroute Singapore - London on SQ318) this phenomenon happened. According to Brian Gore: It is fuel being jetisoned from the 747-400 spill over tank. This sometimes happens when the fuel tanks are topped off for a very long flight - especially in humid weather conditions. This is normal. There is a v-shaped fuel jettsion port underneath both wingtips - the fuel is cross fed out of the opposite wing's surge tanks. Photo 1 of 2
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    Søren Geertsen
    Singapore Airlines
    Boeing 747-412
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing
    27137
    990
    9V-SMT
    In Flight
    Malaysia
    July 14, 2000
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