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Photo of TF-AMA Boeing 747-412 by Vidal Méndez-Atlantic Aviation Photography Expand image
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Aircraft: Boeing 747-412

Airline: Iberia

Serial #: 24063



Comments (3)
Posted by J.M.Carballo on February 15, 2005

Congratulations for the magnificent photo.Keep on producing more!!.Your are really creating wonderful pictures.Best regards.Jose M. Carballo.

Posted by Soren Madsen - CPH Aviation on February 12, 2005

Very cool shot Vidal :-) Keep up the good work and I'm looking forward to seing some more shots from you in the future!

Posted by on February 08, 2005

fantastic photo to show the power of the 747, very impressive

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