Photo Album: "Fly Delta Jets"

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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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Delta Air Lines
Boeing 767-332
Tampa - International (TPA / KTPA)
USA - Florida, January 5, 2006
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N130DL (cn 24080/216) Taking off 36L just after sunrise, plenty of condensation over the wings. [Nikon D70 + 80-400VR]
Maciek Majewski
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Delta Air Lines
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-31
New York - La Guardia (LGA / KLGA)
USA - New York, August 1973
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N980NE / 227 (cn 47134/215) This DC-9 was delivered to Northeast 12.67 and merged into Delta 8.72. To Ozark (N988Z) 4.74 and taken over by TWA 10.86. Ferried to Roswell 11.01 with TT 81,010 and pwfu; scrapped by early 2004. The DC-10 framed by its smaller brother is N605DA, a United aircraft which was leased from new in 2.73 to 5.75, then becoming N1837U
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