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ATR 72-600
Madrid

This is the lates version of ATR 72, the 600 model with the lates EFIS. The picture was taken with a NIKON D700 with a NODAL NINJA panoramic tripod head.

Copyright: Jose maria ocana rizo
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Resolution: 11064x5532
Uploaded: 25/06/2012
Updated: 22/07/2014
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Tags: atr; 72; 600; aircraft; airplane; pilot; cockpit; cabina airport; madrid; barajas jmocanar
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