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Airbus A340-600 (EC-JCY)
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Airbus A340-600 (EC-JCY)

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John Giambone
Great Shot Brian!
Dick Nieuwendyk
WOW! Super shot! Beautiful sleek bird
mike prendergast
Nice Shot Brian!
Brian WilkesPhoto Uploader
Thanks guys.
Geoffrey PEARSON
Well positioned, Brian.
The nose is still in full flare, all the main wheels are on the ground but the tyre smoke hasn't passed under the tail yet.
And the thrust reversers are deployed already.
You got it all.
ken kemper
Beautiful Photo and my favorite Airbus
Stephen Graham
Some photos just have an immediately recognizable quality. I get the weekly digest email and the Flightaware page loads a bunch of thumbnail pictures. I always do a quick scan to decide which photo I want to look at first. This photo grabbed my attention out of all the fighter jets, commercial airliners and oddballs.
serge LOTH
Real pro picture Brian!! well seen.
Robert Mott
Impressive shot, great timing and position, thanks Brian.
art tomaszewski
Seems like a high flare to me? Is that normal? Belly almost touching.
Aidan Murphy
Nice picture
RAY LLOYD
Brillliant picture/
CLARENCE HELLER
Picture was damn good, but the PILOT was better. Come on, gives us a break...
Robert Petrasek
I agree it is a great picture. However, this Captain would have failed his Line Check. Never, Never should the reversers be deployed with the nose wheel off of the ground! If an outboard reverser fails to deploy when reverse thrust is applied the airplane will be in the grass within 3 seconds. This is old aerodynamic braking that stopped when airplanes were equipped with thrust reversers.
adelma
Robert Petrasek wins the prize!
Scott Porter
Brilliant shot Brian!
Looks to me by the position of the aircraft that it was possibly taken from the Rennaisance Hotel? Through the window? No?
ROBERT MILLS JR
Regarding Robert Pretrasek's below comment, I feel that deployment of the reversers upon touchdown is authorized by the manufacturer based on my experience flying as a passenger, and, having experienced the pilot's advancing the throttles almost all the time prior to nosewheel touchdown.
Furthermore, my private pilot and USAF training re mechanical braking was a minimum 60% of slowing the aircraft over the 40% thrust reversers.
Petrasek wrote:
I agree it is a great picture. However, this Captain would have failed his Line Check. Never, Never should the reversers be deployed with the nose wheel off of the ground! If an outboard reverser fails to deploy when reverse thrust is applied the airplane will be in the grass within 3 seconds. This is old aerodynamic braking that stopped when airplanes were equipped with thrust reversers.
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