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  • China Southern 777-200 PVG-CAN

    I decided to do this China Southern Flight 75 from Shanghai Pudong to Guangzhou Baiyun (old). Hope you guys like it.

    Parked at Pudong's Gate 23 in the early morning. Check out the beautiful terminal architecture and the plethora of widebodies!




    Taxiing to Runway 35 with the breathtaking terminal in the background.




    Holding short for Runway 35, waiting for a company sistership to vacate the Runway.


    Lined up and ready to go on 35.


    Rotation from two angles.



    Climbing after departure, with the terminal in the background.



    Turning over the East China Sea.


    Cruising along at FL340.



    Turning during descent.


    On very short final for old Baiyun's Runway 3.

    Almost there...

    Two angles of this perfect landing!



    Everything deployed to slow this big beast down.


    And finally, parked among friends.


    Hope you enjoyed the screens.
    Will F.
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  • #2
    Nice Screenshots man!
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    • #3
      Are you the same Will that complains about his crap graphics card? Awesome shots there.
      Sam Rudge
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      • #4
        Great shots, excellent!
        James_2005

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        • #5
          Awesome clear screenies. Especially love the PVG terminal.

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          • #6
            Thanks a lot everyone.

            And Sam, yes this is the same Will, and that is the same graphics card.
            Will F.
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            • #7
              so once again you amazed us with cool pictures of yours .. very awesome !

              btw gotta love that Trip 7 with da GE's ,, ya'll !!
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              • #8
                As always, Nice screenshots...where did you get the scenery for pudong?
                oh, and a next flight..I would like to see an A32X
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                • #9
                  holy [email protected] I absolutely the Pudong scenery!

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                  • #10
                    Thanks again everyone.

                    The Pudong scenery is from the AI-China website.
                    Will F.
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                    • #11
                      Nice job. The air-to-air above PVG is awesome.
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                      • #12
                        you have taken some lifelike photos, i cant almost tell if they were real or not .. will you upload some more ???
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                        • #13
                          Well thank you very much.
                          Sure I'll do some more once I get the time.
                          Will F.
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                          • #14
                            Superb shots! They are so nice! Want more


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