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Boeing 747LCF first test fly success.



Nikkor AF VR Zoom ED 80~400mm F4.5~5.6D

Comments (8)
Posted by Sean D Silva on September 16, 2008

An absolute beast of a beauty! Those fuel guzzling powerplants add to the misery of its appeal! A fantastic shot indeed!

Posted by jkang on September 10, 2006

I saw this photo on CARNOC!

Posted by P1 Brad C on September 10, 2006

Looks like a Twinkie.

Posted by Vik Hathiramani on September 10, 2006

747 with a tumor. Almost makes the A380 look good.

Posted by Dickson Ching - HKAEC on September 09, 2006

Very good to see the B747-400LCF can fly in sky, Staryuan, GREAT JOB!!!

Posted by B64EVA on September 09, 2006

If the A380 can fly why not this? Nice Shot

Posted by Derin on September 08, 2006

Very cool to see it flying :)

Posted by Daryl Chapman - The Hong Kong Spotters on September 08, 2006

Look at the crap from those engines.... almost getting to the 707 stage!!. You can also see the future 3rd 744LCF in your pic.

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