Photo Album: "Side-By-Side"

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“Pictures of planes that are (or appear to be) very close to eachother”

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Photo ID: 0652327
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Boeing 757-222
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, August 15, 2004
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N509UA (cn 24763/284) With LH 744 D-ABVE. The two planes appear to be touching! The 757 is on final for 28L while the 747 is for 28R. The runways are 750 ft apart, so there is still plenty of room between them. Incidentally, Lufthansa 455 is seen here returning to SFO due to an oil leak and eventual shutdown of the number 2 engine. Note rudder is deflected to the right compensating for the failed engine on the left side.
Ben Wang
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Photo ID: 1298596
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Virgin America
Airbus A319-112
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USA - California, November 11, 2007
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N524VA (cn 3204) 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!
Ben Wang
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Photo ID: 0818794
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United Shuttle
Boeing 737-322
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, December 23, 2004
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N370UA (cn 24539/1778) This is not FAKE!!!! What are the odds? One in a million??? Shot with 1200 mm, parallel landing of two United birds (B737 and A319 N823UA).
Vasco Garcia
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Photo ID: 0788845
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Singapore Airlines
Boeing 777-212/ER
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, February 21, 2005
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9V-SVI (cn 32316/412) Here's a another shot of runway 1R/19L. SQ B777 is seen here climbing out of Rwy 10L, having rotated just before the intersection with Rwy 1L/19R. Slightly above the horizon is AF A340 on final for 19L. Due to the wind condition today, SFO is using reverse configuration (19L/R for arrival and 10L/R for departure). It looked like a sunny day in the photo, but as the day progressed, the weather actually worsened. Later in the afternoon the rain moved in and they switched all landing and departure to 10L/R.
I. Gunawan
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Photo ID: 0977177
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United Airlines
Boeing 777-222/ER
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, December 9, 2005
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N219UA (cn 30551/318) This is something I've never seen before. Two UA 777's were instructed to position and hold on both 28L and 28R simultaneously. I was hoping they'd drag race down the runway :) But N219UA on 28L was cleared first and N206UA on 28R about 3 minutes later. I got an email from Keith, the ATC on duty at that time. He said that the basic rule at SFO is to never load both runways simultaneously. But both 777's were ready to go and there was no aircraft on final so he could load both runways.
I. Gunawan
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Photo ID: 0779790
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United Airlines
Boeing 757-222
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, February 6, 2005
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N584UA (cn 26706/559) Parallel landing in progress while UA 744 (N104UA) squeezes in between the two runways. Also under US A321 front landing gear is a DL 757 on approach for OAK. Want to see how this scene looks from a bird's eye perspective? Check out photo 777174 by Ben Wang.
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Photo ID: 0777174
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United Airlines
Boeing 757-222
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, February 6, 2005
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N584UA (cn 26706/559) Here is a different view of a parallel landing at SFO. An US A321 is over the numbers for 28R while an UA 752 is just beyond the numbers for 28L. An UA 744 (N104UA) is holding short of 28R. Note the hold bars between the two runways just barely fit the 747. To see a ground level view of this same landing, please see photo 779790 by I. Gunawan.
Ben Wang
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Photo ID: 0176899
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United Airlines
Boeing 747-422
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, June 19, 2001
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N178UA (cn 24385/820) Wing Shot - We were landing as UA931 from London. We were told to line up for 28L and allow a 757 (landing on 28R) to lead the way to the threshold, during the simultaneous approach. While on a 1-mile final we couldn't slow down enough, and overtook the 757 just seconds before touchdown. The runways are less than 1,000 ft apart at SFO, and this photo illustrates just how close we got. Imagine the wake turbulence behind this "parade".
Matthew Lee - Contrails Aviation Photography
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Photo ID: 1358118
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Hainan Airlines
Boeing 737-84P
Beijing - Capital (PEK / ZBAA)
China, May 14, 2008
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B-5371 (cn 35752/2556) Here, some times a 737 can really get bigger than a '47. Dependent parallel departure of Hainan Air and Asiana Air NCs on Rwy 01 and 36R.
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Photo ID: 0804098
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United Airlines
Boeing 777-222/ER
San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
USA - California, March 14, 2005
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N***UA Landing and taking off on 1R, a rare sight at SFO. This reminds me of the old Kai Tak photos. EOS 300D 75/300mm IS
Patrick Moran
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