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Aviation Photo #0507147 Boeing 757-222 - United Airlines

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This United 757 was being pushed back from the gate covered with +4 inches of snow/ice. The deicer was spaying chemicals on the wing at the time.
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    Ross Paulson
    United Airlines
    Boeing 757-222
    Boeing 757-200 (C-32)
    Boeing 757-200 (C-32)
    Boeing
    Washington - Dulles International
    Virginia
    USA
    January 26, 2004
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Photo Added: February 09, 2004

Comments (12)

Anonymous
13 years ago
It looked like the plane was crying: "I don't wanna go, I don't wanna go..." Clever.
Anonymous
12 years ago
Just love those ice structures on the nose, LOOOOL
Anonymous
11 years ago
Got snow on your nose? hahahaha
Anonymous
11 years ago
Who let him out of the house with no hat & scarf on?
Anonymous
10 years ago
Amazing shot
Anonymous
10 years ago
It looks like hudson airbus after the dive...
Anonymous
10 years ago
My beauty My sweets whats a happened to you!!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Someone needs a hanky... looks like snot
Anonymous
9 years ago
United Stinks. GO DELTA!
Anonymous
8 years ago
It reminds me of Jetfire (SR-71) from the second Transformers movie.
Anonymous
8 years ago
The 757 has fangs!
Anonymous
7 years ago
How do you spay an airplane? And why would you want to do that in the first place?

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