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Aircraft: Airbus A330-343

Airline: Swiss

Serial #: 1403

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Comments (10)
Posted by JeffinMass on October 02, 2016

WOW!


Posted by Air flight on November 18, 2015

What beautiful picture mate!


Posted by captain_flynn on September 15, 2015

Incredible image. Love the vortices in this shot.


Posted by Ted S on March 10, 2015

Great capture along with the fantastic colors


Posted by Mirko Bleuer on January 18, 2015

Congrats Roland on the PotW! Only realising now that this kind of shots is possible in ZRH...


Posted by Saurabh Patel on January 14, 2015

Wow that is gorgeous!!


Posted by Dave Henderson on January 13, 2015

Stunning image, great catch. The sort of image we can all only hope to catch.


Posted by JAMES BABINSKI on January 13, 2015

One of the most beautiful photos i've seen in a long time.


Posted by Hans Grubb on January 13, 2015

Very nice Roland74!


Posted by nazimk on January 13, 2015

Nice click mate...love the wingtip vortices. My PC vote for the pic!


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