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Aviation Photo #1021083 Boeing 757-232 - Delta Air Lines

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Sunset from FL360. Note the crossing traffic 1000 feet above in the right front window.
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    Darrin Glenday
    Delta Air Lines
    Boeing 757-232
    Boeing 757-200 (C-32)
    Boeing 757-200 (C-32)
    Boeing
    26958
    518
    N682DA
    In Flight
    Nebraska
    USA
    March 5, 2006
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Anonymous
13 years ago
Beautiful shot
Anonymous
13 years ago
I like how the captain's feet in on the instrument panel hahaha
Anonymous
13 years ago
Cool shot from the best office in the world... Anyone know if it is common practice to have the right autopilot in command as opposed to the left? (left=captain's)
Anonymous
13 years ago
Quite a life for an airline flight crew! You get to take shots where there are a wide variety of colors and sights (like this one). You get to use some of the most sophisticated equipment out there, and, in spare moments in flight, you can kick your feet up and relax (just like the captain is doing here - haha I got him)! Keep up the good shooting Darrin!!
Anonymous
13 years ago
Very nice shot. The captain looks comfortable with his feet on the panel, haha! Don't hit a wrong button.
Anonymous
13 years ago
Just resting his feet
Anonymous
13 years ago
Wow - simply amazing shot.

Got to be a contender for 'best picture ever' on Airliners.net

Stunning.
Anonymous
13 years ago
You guys have the best office in the world... what a view!
Anonymous
13 years ago
Photos like this, sunset and sunrise as seen from the cockpit, always look beautiful. Great job.
Anonymous
13 years ago
The best view!!!!!! is the horizon, in the flightdeck
Anonymous
13 years ago
1000 feet above? If you are at FL360 as altimeter indicates. For altitudes above FL290 vertical separation must be maintained at a minimum of 2000 feet following IFR as ICAO says.
Anonymous
13 years ago
I thought that the sun was rising from the sea instead of the clouds!
GREAT SHOT!
Anonymous
13 years ago
A superb photo, what flying is about for me
Anonymous
13 years ago
An answer to the american: I think right autopilot is engaged because first officier is the pilot in command.
An answer to the spanish: When flying on RVSM space (reduced vertical separation minimum), the separation is only 1000 ft, even over FL 290. Anyway I don't know if Nebraska is RVSM...
Great picture!
Anonymous
13 years ago
Captain as PF = Left autopilot, First Officer as PF = Right autopilot.
In RVSM airspace, vertical seperation is 1000ft above FL290
Anonymous
13 years ago
Fantastic colours. In reply to a previous comment about miniumum separation...RSVM.
Anonymous
13 years ago
It looks like the speedometer says 799???!!! That is one fast way to get across Nebraska!
Anonymous
13 years ago
This view looks like my panel of opensky B757-200 in FS9. It´s exactly the same. Nice shot...
Anonymous
13 years ago
Answer for the american: If you look carefully, you will see a dot before 799. This indicates the mach number, in this case 0.799.
Anonymous
13 years ago
Love this photo
Anonymous
12 years ago
Answer to the american:pilot only resting his feet.Nice shot of the sunset!!

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