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Email Autor Correction ID #178555 / 226 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG View of the last economy section rows. It looks very comfortable for a 14 hour flight from EZE to MAD. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
Email Autor Correction ID #178554 / 292 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG Not a very common view of a 744. You can clearly see the water coming out from the air conditioning system. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
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1-February-2004
LV-OEP First Pic of OEP wearing the new scheme, being tow to the terminal, for his first EZE-MAD flight after a D-Check. (Olympus C-740) (more of LV-OEP)
Email Autor Correction ID #177743 / 71 Views
1-February-2004
LV-OEP Being tow to the terminal, for his first EZE-MAD flight after a D-Check. (Olympus C-740) (more of LV-OEP)
Email Autor Correction ID #177742 / 324 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG AR´s first 744 flight deck. Check out the Autopilot panel, showing a 203 kts, 005° HDG and FL100 set. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
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1-February-2004
N971PG There was only fuel in the N° 3 Main Fuel Tank. The rest of the things were off. Expect for the Pass Signs, which I turned them on. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
Email Autor Correction ID #177739 / 193 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG Overhead electrical and hydraulic panel of AR´s first 744. You can clearly see that we are relying on APU power, and the engine-driven pump are disengage. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
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1-February-2004
I-DISD “Cortina D´Ampezzo” being tow to the Terminal, for another long flight to MXP. (Olympus C-740) (more of I-DISD)
Email Autor Correction ID #177700 / 344 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG Close-up view of the nose gear shock strut of AR´s first 744 ever. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
Email Autor Correction ID #177699 / 446 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG We were very excited to see the latest incorporation of AR, that we had to wait more than 2 hours to get inside. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
Email Autor Correction ID #177698 / 375 Views
1-February-2004
LV-MLO Resting in peace, after serving AR mainly for more than 20 years, and also with Flying Tigers in the 80´s for a couple of years. (Olympus C-740) (more of LV-MLO)
Email Autor Correction ID #177697 / 72 Views
1-February-2004
LV-WSS c/n 1297. ex N420GA. This beautiful GIV, registered in Argentina (one of a few, if not the only one) taxying to the active runway. (Olympus C-740) (more of LV-WSS)
Email Autor Correction ID #177696 / 177 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG AR´s first 744 flight deck. Check out the Autopilot panel, showing a 203 kts, 005° HDG and FL100 set. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
Email Autor Correction ID #177695 / 69026 Views
1-February-2004
LV-ALJ Another Picture Perfect! Imagine having FO as good as this one. Hard to believe, but she is actually a stewardess. Although we have geriatric fleets, but who cares with these beauties onboard! (Olympus C-740) (more of LV-ALJ)
Email Autor Correction ID #177694 / 287 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG Overview of AR´s first 744 flight deck. The DOOR page of the MFD is selected. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
Email Autor Correction ID #177693 / 343 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG ND display of AR´s first 744. Check out that we are just 1.5 nm from EZE VOR, and also showing the departure pattern. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
Email Autor Correction ID #177692 / 202 Views
1-February-2004
N971PG EICAS view of AR first 744. Check out that still has the previous registration (C-FBCA). (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)
Email Autor Correction ID #177691 / 333 Views
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1-February-2004
N971PG The First two seats of the “Club Condor” class in the front section of AR´s first 744, just below the flight deck. (Olympus C-740) (more of N971PG)