Aviation Photo #2376490 Boeing 747-406M - KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines

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Amazing condensation and shadow patterns as this 747 departs Amsterdam. The 747 will always be the Queen of the Skies!
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    KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
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    Amsterdam - Schiphol
    Netherlands
    January 2, 2014
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Anonymous
5 years ago
It shows the essence of travel
Anonymous
5 years ago
Taken at the right moment! Amazing what light can do.
Queen of the skies is in the eyes of the beholder,the A340-500 beats the looks of the 747 with ease not to mention concorde.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Fabulous shot... I see this just every now and then... but whenever I do, it is a more than succesfull spotting day as far as I'm concerned... or better still... not even spotting, just business as usual, trodding about in the beloved capital Amsterdam, hearing the familiar sound, looking up, and just sometimes you get lucky... Small thing: surely you must know that BFP 'Paramaribo' is in service with KLM Asia?
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice Capture dear friend ;) One the best picture ;)


Iman Asgari - Iranian Spotters
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2 years ago
That makes A380 'King of the Skies?'

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