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Photo ID: 2260997
Views: 35789
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Air Transport International - ATI
McDonnell Douglas DC-8-62CF
Lajes / Azores (AB4) (TER / LPLA)
Portugal, 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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Photo ID: 2270788
Views: 23594
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Portugal - Air Force
CASA C-295MPA Persuader
In Flight
Spain, February 2010
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16708 (cn S-052) It looks like someone just opened a window during the flight, isn't it? These observation bubbles are just amazing for photography. This aircraft has these bubbles installed due to the SAR missions for which it was developed.
Rui Alves - Madeira Spotters
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Photo ID: 2346559
Views: 18339
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KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
McDonnell Douglas MD-11
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, November 3, 2013
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PH-KCD / CD-004 (cn 48558/573) Enjoy the unique view from engine #3. The three-holers will definitely be missed!
Daan Krans
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Photo ID: 1888479
Views: 35264
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Travel Service Slovakia
Boeing 737-86N
Prague - Vaclav Havel (Ruzyne) (PRG / LKPR)
Czech Republic, March 15, 2011
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OM-TVA (cn 32243/869) Welcome to the world of tubes,wires,valves and other interesting things! B737NG main landing gear well.
Petr Volek
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Photo ID: 1847949
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Evergreen International Airlines
Boeing 747-212B(SF)
Lajes / Azores (AB4) (TER / LPLA)
Portugal, January 1, 2011
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N482EV (cn 20713/219) Such a great way to start my 2011! Look at the harmony and the finesse of the Queen's main gear while kissing the concrete for the very first time this year in Lajes Field! [Canon 50D]
Lino Borges - Azores Spotters
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Photo ID: 1941684
Views: 7317
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Travel Service
Boeing 737-8Q8
Prague - Vaclav Havel (Ruzyne) (PRG / LKPR)
Czech Republic, June 15, 2011
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OK-TVH (cn 35275/2604) What is under the floor? Electronic bay :) The space under forward entry door and galley contains most of electronic units,necessary for flight control,navigation and electrical systems control.This is its forward side - silver "box" behind of electronic rack is wheel well of nose landing gear (wheels are visible through the opened door).
Petr Volek
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Photo ID: 2198163
Views: 65263
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Tobolsk (TOX / USTO)
Russia, October 11, 2012
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Runway in Tobolsk, which can land and take off aircraft: An-2, An-24, An-26, Yak-40, Yak-52, Yak-18, L-410, and many helicopters
Poluyanov Igor
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Photo ID: 2191470
Views: 4952
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Transaero Airlines
Boeing 737-524
Moscow - Domodedovo (DME / UUDD)
Russia, June 2012
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VP-BYJ (cn 28923/3060) High detailed view of the MLG wheel well. Note main landing gear servicing chart on the wall.
Kirill Naumenko
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Photo ID: 2169635
Views: 70806
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USA - Air Force
Boeing B-52H Stratofortress
In Flight
USA - Louisiana, April 2008
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61-0021 / BD (cn 464448) 93rd BS B-52H callsign 'SCALP 94' photographed from B-52H 61-0017 callsign 'SCALP 93'.
Kevin Jackson
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Photo ID: 2024970
Views: 12149
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NASA
Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, June 2011
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Inside the engine compartment of the Space Shuttle "Discovery". The orange and green plastic cladding has been placed on the liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen fuel lines that feed the Space Shuttle Main Engines. This helps identify the lines and also protect them when workers are inside. Note the work platforms and lights placed inside. Prior to launch all of these items will be removed via the aft door (right side). In "Columbia", three workers suffocated here due to a Nitrogen build up.
Suresh A. Atapattu
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