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Discussion in 'BOS/MHT/PVD | Boston Area Airports' started by kansaskeith, Jul 4, 2012.
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NICE! Thanks for sharing, kansaskeith!
neat pic. Hope that poor little plane doesn't get run over.
It is always interesting when in line for takeoff to see those little Cessnas in line with the big planes, and especially the widebodies as seen there. They usually land on 33R (to the west on the 2500 foot runway) from what I see, but they normally takeoff with everyone else! I'd rather be ahead of that A340 in the Cessna than after it .
I flew with my dad into San Diego in a single engine Cessna 172. Very frightening to be looking up at all the giant planes on the taxiway.
You're not allowed to taxi underneath them, are you?
Did you have to pay a landing fee?
You'll have to ask him, but typically general aviation has its own fee schedule. He's landed at SFO, too, but someone else was flying.
Awesome proportions and image angle, excellent, thanks for sharing! The passion to fly and discover our planet knows no size restrictions!
That is a VERY cool photograph!!!
Though I bet with the maneuverability of that 402, it could taxi way faster than any of the jets around the tarmac.