Photo Album: "Wild Stuff"

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“Close calls..unbelievable airmanship”

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Photo ID: 0312682
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Domodedovo Airlines
Ilyushin Il-96-300
Phuket (HKT / VTSP)
Thailand, January 19, 2003
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RA-96006 (cn 74393201003) Thrilling takeoff, as she used the whole runway, I thought at one second she won't make it! It was a thrill, she took off right at the end of runway marking! Woo! Also please see PhotoID 321482 for the lifted up scene. [Nikon D100]
Sam Chui
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Photo ID: 0402670
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EasyJet Airline
Boeing 737-33V
Geneva - International (Cointrin) (GVA / LSGG)
Switzerland, August 15, 2003
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HB-III (cn 29338/3114) Flight EZS 903 from Geneva to London Luton emergency return to Geneva due to serious damages by hail. Note that the two cockpit window cracked.
Kenji Satoh
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Photo ID: 1252724
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KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
Boeing 747-406
Philipsburg / St. Maarten - Princess Juliana (SXM / TNCM)
St. Maarten, July 2, 2006
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PH-BFG / FG-003 (cn 24517/782) Well I don’t think this really needs a comment. It speaks for itself. Truly SXM trademark at its best. If he were much lower he would have gotten the fence and these guys’ heads. Not very often you see grown men ducking down there. What an awesome weekend this was. Thanks guys!
Trent R Sellers
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Photo ID: 1585299
Views: 247686
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United Launch Alliance
Boeing Delta 4-Heavy
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, November 10, 2007
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Delta 4-Heavy roars into orbit with DSP-23, the final Defense Support Program missile-warning satellite, at 8:50pm EST from Launch Complex 37B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, November 10, 2007. Delta 4-Heavy, over 23 stories tall, is the world's largest rocket by height and most powerful unmanned booster.
Ben Cooper
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Photo ID: 1863826
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Untitled
Boeing 737-7BC BBJ
Samedan (St. Moritz) - Oberengadin (SMV / LSZS)
Switzerland, January 31, 2011
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VP-BRT (cn 32970/988) Photographers all over the globe have this private airliner high on their lists of jets they would like to capture the most, and rightfully so. Mr. Roustam Tariko's Boeing Business Jet is the center of attention as it sits on the main apron of LSZS in brilliant late-afternoon sunshine, waiting for its owner to arrive. The entire fuselage and even the wings and winglets are painted in the most-artistic way one could possibly imagine. A true piece of flying art.
Jet Visuals
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Photo ID: 2260997
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Air Transport International - ATI
McDonnell Douglas DC-8-62CF
Lajes (Terceira Island - Lajes) (BA4) (TER / LPLA)
Portugal - Azores, April 27, 2013
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N41CX (cn 46129/523) Have you ever seen such a thing? I believe it's a compressor stall and it's the second time I saw such an incredible (and loud) happening, the first being in a L1011 taking-off! After touch-down, this DC-8 started reversing and loud bangs were noticed! [Canon 7D + Sigma 120-400]
Paulo Santos
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