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Photo ID: 1572508
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Antonov Design Bureau
Antonov An-70
Ramenskoye (Zhukovsky) (UUBW)
Russia, August 18, 2009
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UR-NTK (cn 770102) The mighty Progress D-27 propfans of the An-70 displayed at MAKS Air Show 2009.
Michael Lagemann
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Photo ID: 1696593
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Airbus
Airbus A380-861
Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / FRF / EDDF)
Germany, April 7, 2010
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F-WWDD (cn 004) The first ever visit of an A380 to Lufthansa Technik`s hangar 7 in Frankfurt. The day after, MSN004 carried out ground servicing and docking fit-checks prior to the arrival of Lufthansa`s first own A380 in May. The size of the hangar dwarfs even the biggest aircraft.
Michael Lagemann
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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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