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KLM 747 on final approach to SXM Intl - This could be alarming to someone who doesn't realise there's a runway right behind them

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Posted by manoj nair on December 08, 2006

that is faboulous thats a good combination of air & water

Posted by Billy Burton on October 20, 2006

I've seen similar videos of this approach...Mr. Addante captured a spectacular shot amazes me that such a large aircraft can land at this particular airport. I'd love to be on the beach at that time!

Posted by Kyle Guilbeau on December 29, 2005

This is a great shot, looks like you are standing in the water. Good Job.

Posted by Ivan De Picker on May 18, 2003

No nonsense, very beautiful shoot!!!!

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