Turning at altitude

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    An old picture from last year that I never uploaded.

    Matt Granz Photography, fdesmet, and 11 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Matt Granz Photography 63 months ago | reply

      an oldie but goodie!

    2. wjis21 63 months ago | reply

      Wow . . . these guys are good!

    3. Skyhawk4Life 63 months ago | reply

      Great Shot!
      If you don't mind, dose AAL fly 757-200 and 767-200/300 on this route only?

    4. Fly For Fun 63 months ago | reply

      I think we were coming back from a Caribbean turn on that day. So it would be a 757. Occasionally we fly the 767 to SDQ though.

      Atlantic flight out of Boston are either 757 or 767. Lately we've been doing 757 to Paris and at least one London will see the 757 this summer.

    5. Skyhawk4Life 63 months ago | reply

      Really? So you can get there in a day?

    6. caribb 63 months ago | reply

      Cool shot!

    7. Skyhawk4Life 63 months ago | reply

      So is the 757/6 ETOPS aircraft?

    8. BobButcher 63 months ago | reply

      What determines the use of the 757 over the 767, Kent? Availability?

    9. Fly For Fun 63 months ago | reply

      Some are ETOPS. They don't substitute back and forth with the planes though. They just put the 757 on the markets (or time of day) that has less traffic.

      Occasionally you'll fly a trip down to the Caribbean or domestically where you'll see both types of aircraft.

    10. totonicone 60 months ago | reply

      wow.. nice blue. flight simulator???

    11. Fly For Fun 60 months ago | reply

      No, it's the real thing that day.

    12. ozdenugu 59 months ago | reply

      Great Shot...

    13. HAWK21M 59 months ago | reply

      Nice Lighting

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