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Aircraft: Airbus A320-211

Airline: Lufthansa

Serial #: 111




Even if you are in lack of landing and departing aircraft at LOWL...there is always something to see at FL350+ ;)


Canon EOS 350 D

Canon EF 135mm f/2L USM

Comments (5)
Posted by Karol Niespodzianski on August 25, 2008

Julian, you have right. It's A300 LH. But it's amazing shot!

Posted by Sean D'Silva on June 20, 2008

What a fantastic shot! Amazing capture and creativity considering the distance between photographer and airplanes ! Just unbelievable! WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Julian Schreier on January 19, 2008

Well Well Well. This is not for sure an A320 from lufthansa! If you are sure this plane belongs to LH it is an A300, or an A310 if ot belongs to another airline! Great shot anyway, perfect eyebrow!

Posted by Kevin L. on August 02, 2006

Nice shot ;) WOW, they're very near together.

Posted by Derin on August 02, 2006

A great shot...and it's taken on my birthday :P Congrats on the screener's choice Askin.

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