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KL785 glides over gorgeous Maho Bay at 15:20 local time to end the long haul from Amsterdam

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Posted by n765mx on July 24, 2005


Posted by John Solis - EKCH Spotters on June 07, 2005

very nice. love that wing flex on every 747's<. Garry, just one Q= since its a daily flight, are those full every day ? just curious ! SoL

Posted by Garry Lewis - AirTeamImages on June 07, 2005

Hi all, The photo was taken from the roof of the Maho Beach Hotel. KLM service to SXM is only twice weekly (Tues and Sat) and continues on to Curucao before going back to AMS, I imagine loads are pretty good, otherwise I am sure KLM would use a smaller aircraft

Posted by António Manuel Silva on June 06, 2005

Garry, from where did you took this photo? From the hotel? If so, which hotel? I am asking you this, because I am planning to go to St Maarten. Best regards and congratulations for the photo, António Silva

Posted by Garry Lewis - AirTeamImages on June 03, 2005

Thank you all for your kind words. There really is nowhere on Earth comparable to St Maarten, its a magical place. I am flying home tomorrow and I hope I may have some more POTW candidates to follow

Posted by Anthony Jackson on June 01, 2005

Amazing Garry!

Posted by Denis F. McBriarty on June 01, 2005

WOW! WOW! WOW! Love everything about it! Congratulations for Photo of the Week.........BIGDEN

Posted by Chris Kilroy on May 31, 2005

Great shot, Garry!

Posted by Philip Preindl on May 31, 2005

Fantastic photo!!

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