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Photo ID: 1428734
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Raytheon 1900D
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Nepal, November 2008
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9N-AEW (cn UE-328) On board BHA-201, Buddha Air's "Everest Experience" mountain flight. We are flying at 25000 ft as you can see, and approaching Mt. Everest, or Sagarmatha as it is known in Nepal.
Vivek Manvi
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Photo ID: 1426158
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Buddha Air
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Nepal, November 2008
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9N-AEW (cn UE-328) Enjoying the view of snow-capped Himalayan peaks from a height of 25000 ft! Cozy little passenger cabin on this Beech 1900D.
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Photo ID: 1337371
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Buddha Air
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Nepal, February 27, 2008
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9N-AEW (cn UE-328) A mountainflight is a definite must for a Nepal-visitor! In this photo three of the five highest summits in the world shine in the morning sun! From left to right: Mt.Everest at 8.848m, Lhotse at 8.516m and Makalu at 8.485m. [Canon EOS 40D with Canon EF 24-105L IS f/4]
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Photo ID: 1337370
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Nepal, February 27, 2008
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9N-AEW (cn UE-328) Impressive sights of the Himalayas during a one-hour mountainflight from Kathmandu. [Canon EOS 40D with Canon EF 24-105L IS f/4]
Michael Fritz
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9N-AEW (cn UE-328) Every passengers is studying the mountain-panoramachart during this one-hour mountainflight from Kathmandu into the Himalayas[Canon EOS 40D with Canon EF-S 10-22 f/3.5-4.5]
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Photo ID: 0489278
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Nepal, November 6, 2003
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9N-AEW (cn UE-328) There it goes!! The top of the world at its glory. In the very middle: Mt Everest (left) & Lhotse (right). The only chance to fly 24.000 feet and still look UP towards the peaks of the mountains. Splendid!
Michal Buciak
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Photo ID: 0489277
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Buddha Air
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Kathmandu - Tribhuvan International (KTM / VNKT)
Nepal, November 6, 2003
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9N-AEW (cn UE-328) Probably the only airline in the world, where you are invited into the cockpit. Photo taken during scenic mountain flight around highest Himalayas, shortly before landing at KTM. Note that the captain's vertical speed indicator shows descent of 500 ft per minute, while on the F/O side it is twice more - 1000 fpm. Strange... Thanks to Paul for this note.
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