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Yeah, he is REAL low! If Air France had names for their aircraft like Pan Am did, we could call this one "Clipper of the Fence".
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Crazy landing as you can see spoilers and the tire track clearly. Full frame and taken from Beacon Hill with 800 mm lens.
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Abnormal approach on HKG Rwy 13 as the pilot pitches down the nose for a quick descend to match the PAPI.
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550   Germany
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The most spectacular I have experienced in Europe so far! Very late 90 degree right turn ending right at the threshold of the runway. Dangerous downwinds from the hills make it even more difficult.
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17.4K   Singapore
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The cockpit of the A380....my first ever upload of a cockpit picture and the first pic of the A380 cockpit. No idea what everything means, but it is certainly impressive! You can see the location of the aircraft by looking at the GPS on the EICAS and also a view of the aircraft from the tail camera view [Nikon D70]
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Well I don’t think this really needs a comment. It speaks for itself. Truly SXM trademark at its best. If he were much lower he would have gotten the fence and these guys’ heads. Not very often you see grown men ducking down there. What an awesome weekend this was. Thanks guys!
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KLM Flight 9165 from Amsterdam to Dubai, cruising at FL350, seen from 1000 ft above. Maybe the largest trails I've ever seen... This B747, named 'Wilbur Wright', will be replaced December this year by a 747-400ER freighter
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2.4K   China
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Oh, it's exciting, fly lower than 1m
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1.2K   Germany
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Nothing comes close to a 747 coming directly in your direction just a few hundred feet below you! This was really amazing. It's a real air-to-air picture, no discussions please!
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Too low!!!! I was shooting a/c on Rwy 20 when I realised that this 320 was approaching way too low and turned the camera to capture it. Fortunately the truck driver hit the brakes before passing below! As you can see, you can get really close to the action here. (As of mid-June 2001 this road section has been closed and deviated) Aircraft was re-registred EC-HUL in July 2001. <a href=https://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?id=246659,163613>See a normal approach</a>
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7K   California, USA
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With LH 744 D-ABVE. The two planes appear to be touching! The 757 is on final for 28L while the 747 is for 28R. The runways are 750 ft apart, so there is still plenty of room between them. Incidentally, Lufthansa 455 is seen here returning to SFO due to an oil leak and eventual shutdown of the number 2 engine. Note rudder is deflected to the right compensating for the failed engine on the left side.
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Northern light over north of Canada! That is a magic scene to watch for real!!!(Canon D60,Canon 15mm Fisheye, 15sec)
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High over Boston, this 747-400 crosses a cold late afternoon Boston Winter moon. (<a href="/search/photo.search?id=132340,132339">Shot one of two</a>)
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This one was MUCH lower than anything else that came in while we were here. The person in the white shirt just under the nose wheel is Chris Weldy. See it from <a href=https://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?id=199562>his angle</a>
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No more runway left = Must rotate! Look at where the 1000 ft marker sign and where the plane is! One heart-stopping takeoff! The front gear of the plane actually got up before the '1' marker but the body remains heavy. I think the pilots know exactly where to rotate. The Ilyushin also kicked up a large sandstorm on the beach and it was barely above it after finally airborne. IL86 is such a beast! [Nikon D2x, High speed crop mode]
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1   Spain
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An Airbus A340-600 due to be delivered to Etihad Airways jumped its chocks during an engine test at Toulouse on 15th November. The nose went up and through a blast fence.
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Well this is what we don't get to see that much in ZRH. What a lucky pic I made there.
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About 10 seconds after liftoff from runway 19R something happens with the left engine. Alot of smoke and fragments of metal and other material falls down on the runway. At first the pilots don't get any indications in the cockpit and plan to go on to Kuala Lumpur. Then we decide to call Arlanda duty officer to make sure that they have noticed the pieces from the engine on the runway. Shortly after that the pilots requests fueldump and return to ARN safely. [Nikon D70, Nikkor 80-200 f2.8]
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554   United Arab Emirates
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So mesmerised by this sight that I almost forgot to take a photograph. Four aircraft in all dominated by the A330 in front and its huge contrail.
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154   China
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Look! I have dreamt for months to spot this gorgeous scene that a Virgin Airbus with a rainbow contrail. Photo was taking while descending from 9000m to 8100m when she was climbing to 9600m on opposite direction & nearing route point PIMOL. Many thanks to A.net Photographer Zhangzongli for his help.
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Alfred Hitchcock would love this shot... Almost a serious birdstrike... Fortunately neither the plane nor the birds have been hurt in this incident.
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It's all about priorities in life...
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KLM 785 from Amsterdam sends the fence huggers to their knees as it makes an extremely low pass over Maho Beach just before a very early touchdown on runway 09.
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1.7K   Hong Kong, China
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On final approach and try to correct the heading to line up the runway (<a href="https://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?id=34374,34373,34372,34371">Shot 3 of 4</a>)
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Headon from the AA ramp tower ... this photo was used (stolen) and put in a <a href="/graphics/wtc_hoax_tourist.jpg" target=_blank>hoax picture</a> supposedly taken from the WTC just before 'impact'.
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554   United Arab Emirates
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On final approach with Beiruts beautiful coastline on the left and Runway visible on the far right.
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Welcome to Singapore... who will be the first airport to fly the A380 and on this occasion was the first to host the aircraft on its inaugural intercontinental flight and first sortie outside of Europe. Looking majestic wearing Singapore Airlines' titles as she crosses the South Cross taxiway. I could not have pulled off this shot with the help of Kok Chwee, thanks buddy! [Nikon D70]
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A USAF B1B makes a high speed pass very near the sound barrier at the Pensacola Beach airshow. From the 127th BS/184th BW, Kansas ANG
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1.8K   Portugal
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This month of November had been really good for us spotters, with so many different things coming by!! Not being a different A/C, this one deserved some attention... These pilots were caught in some wind shear, and it was really close to total disaster, since the wing almost touched the ground! You can also see the stress in main landing gear... At that time, there were gusts up to 44 knots of crosswind, and heavy turbulence was reported! I'm glad that everything ended up well.. [Canon 40D + Sigma 120-400
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Frecce Tricolori. I tried to follow the group from left to the right. When the oposite group came in view I took the picture and this is what it became. The solo pilot tried to avoid a crash against the control tower by pulling over the two groups. Instead he crashed into them.
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This picture was taken by Capt. Grieder (Delta, B727), when he and his crew performed a go-around during this dreadful day in Cincinnati. The AirCanada DC9 (on fire) landed only a few seconds before this picture was taken. The DC9 performed an emergency landing on 27L (today 27), when Capt. Grieder's B727 was on short final for runway 18 (today 18R) and was then advised to go around. Photo scanned by Jan Von Wuthenau.
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JetBlue 292 BUR-JFK makes its emergency landing at LAX. The front gear was turned perpendicular to the runway causing the sparks and smoke.
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Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour from Pad 39B on mission STS-97. This is a five minute exposure taken from the Causeway (about 7 miles away from the pad). Taken with a borrowed all-manual Nikomat camera, 24 mm lens, f/16, Kodak Royal Gold 100 film. When the exposure was stopped in this shot, the shuttle was approximately 229 statute miles downrange.