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Photo ID: 1103592
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Braniff International Airlines
Boeing 727-225/Adv
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, August 24, 1992
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N8859E / 410 (cn 20621/904) The sign message is almost appropriate for this scenario. Ex-Eastern and Pan Am. This photo was taken several hours after Hurricane Andrew devastated the southern part of Dade County. High winds at MIA blew this bird into the canal and it never flew again. It was scrapped in 1996 at MIA.
Sunbird Photos by Don Boyd
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Photo ID: 1423392
Views: 81326
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Cologne / Bonn (- Konrad Adenauer / Wahn) (CGN / EDDK)
Germany, September 2008
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Not the ordinary office ... what would you give for a view like that? All important screens in one picture (left to right): pushback tug schedule, arrivals/departures with parking positions, weather information, ground radar, flight status information, lots of camera views, ATC radar + airport lighting control. Plus lots of buttons, phones and microphones. Outside you can see a small part of the full cargo apron with 6 of the 17 widebodies (A300F, B762F, B763F + MD-11F). The passenger terminal area can be seen on the upper left side.
EDDL Photography
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Photo ID: 0637494
Views: 323985
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Delta Air Lines
Boeing 777-232/ER
Dublin (- Collinstown) (DUB / EIDW)
Ireland, July 30, 2004
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N860DA (cn 29951/202) Wow...! I have really never seen such a huge condensation before! It almost covers the whole plane!
Robert Budde
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Photo ID: 0652327
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United Airlines
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: 1428066
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Singapore Airlines
Airbus A380-841
Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (Mascot) (SYD / YSSY)
Australia - New South Wales, November 16, 2008
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9V-SKD (cn 008) The cosy and private Economy Class cabin on the upper deck of an SIA A380. Sitting at the gate prior to departure for Singapore. All pax are onboard, and we're almost ready to go.
Tango3 - Team Ninervictor
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Photo ID: 0597076
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Polet Airlines
Antonov An-124-100 Ruslan
Breda - Gilze-Rijen (GLZ / EHGR)
Netherlands, June 6, 2004
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RA-82075 (cn 9773053459147) It's not St.-Maarten (you don't get Ruslans over there) but the approach is coming close: only a few meters over the fence... first time i used a fisheye on the 10D to take an approach shot.
Sven De Bevere
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Photo ID: 1426912
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UK - Air Force
Vickers VC10 C1K
Brize Norton (BZZ / EGVN)
UK - England, November 18, 2008
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XV101 / S (cn 831) Sitting on a very wet dispersal, XV101/S has been readied for its next refuelling sortie.
Duncan Monk - Vortex Photography
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Photo ID: 0528889
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Corsair
Boeing 747-312
Philipsburg / St. Maarten - Princess Juliana (SXM / TNCM)
St. Maarten, March 4, 2004
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F-GSEX (cn 23028/584) "Sandy" spotters and Sunset Beach Bar patrons greet the "sexy" FGSEX as she lands in the rain.
Mark Garfinkel
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Photo ID: 0211543
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Air France
Boeing 747-228BM
Philipsburg / St. Maarten - Princess Juliana (SXM / TNCM)
St. Maarten, October 28, 2001
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F-BPVY (cn 21745/370) Yeah, he is REAL low! If Air France had names for their aircraft like Pan Am did, we could call this one "Clipper of the Fence".
Justin Cederholm
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