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Photo of N177DZ Boeing 767-332(ER) by Mario Aurich Expand image
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This is Delta 48 on the way to Frankfurt. Right in this moment they are passing the city of London/UK. Well, you just have to believe me as the clouds are too thick...

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Posted by joe schomer on January 05, 2008

Human flight is STILL a calculated risk and an act of courage. Shots like this are evocative of the mystery and poetry of modern aviation. Sublime. Angelic. Tiny silver dots in the stratosphere.

Posted by Captairbus-ErcanKarakas on November 12, 2006

Fantastic shot. Congrats..

Posted by Derin on October 27, 2006

Awesome air to air capture of the 767!

Posted by Neil McDonald - The Hong Kong Spotters on October 26, 2006

Brilliant capture!!

Posted by STEVE SPEARS on October 25, 2006

Super shot of this Delta airliner!! This Seven-six wouldn't be "out running" you, by chance, would it?? As for London, I believe you!! Thanks for sharing!!

Posted by Tomás Cubero Maingot - SJO Spotter on October 25, 2006

Thanks to the wonders of ACARS, this one is N177DZ: 30th September 2006 N177DZ logged @ 08:25 GMT **4(73) Awesome shot Mario!

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