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Aviation Photo #0496922 Boeing 767-3... - Untitled

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After a "non parallel" downwind leg (45°), the Captain starts a SINGLE turn at 600 feet (600 !!!). While turning and descending, we remain at the perfect level ("2 white - 2 red level" at the papi lights, left side) and, here, almost on the rwy we still have a serious and unusual bank angle. WOW, great skills, Captain.
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Photo Added: January 26, 2004

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Anonymous
13 years ago
Wow, amazing... uhh is that standard approach?
Anonymous
13 years ago
Good skills, indeed! Very sharp photo. Though, I wish we had more info on the operator of that flight.
Anonymous
12 years ago
Why do you think he is landing with tailwind? The windsock on the left clearly indicates a headwind coming slightly from the right...
Nice pic!
Anonymous
9 years ago
The airline could propably be Condor, still operating 763 on their seasonal route to PUJ ex FRA.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Downwind??? Where do you people get this stuff?? Very cool shot of an unusual approach for a heavy.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow, pretty insane way to land a heavy, but that captain sure has the skills to meet his guts! Amazing capture. By the way, I believe the airline is a now defunct charter company that used to be based in BRU.

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