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Photo of RA-76352 Ilyushin IL-76TD by Prathamesh Kini Expand image
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It is 5:30 pm local time on a windy Saturday afternoon. Runway repair works on 09/27 have just ended and this monster's screech can be heard from a mile way. Waits on N3 for ages before its time to GO! And did he fly!!! The MIAL authorities would be thankful to him for clearing up the dust and the mess left behind by the repair works! Dedicated to Sanat Gaba, who loves these IL-76s!!


Fujifilm Finepix S2500HD

Fujinon f=5.0 - 90.0mm

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Posted by sanatgaba on March 08, 2011

Great pic! Thanks for dedicating this beautiful beast to me!

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