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Boeing 747-400 (N908AR)


This photo was taken on Sep.22, 2018. I have just heard that this airplane went off runway 14/32 this morning at Halifax, while this became one of my last photos of its new livery.


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John Giambone
Great photo Zhiren!
Zhiren ChenPhoto Uploader
Thanks, John.
Robert Miller
Left winglet looks at a strange angle compared to right winglet, surely not an optical illusion?
Breck Adams
Looks like they have hydraulic control of the winglets. This is the setting for cross wind landings. Look at the weeds! HA HA
Zhiren ChenPhoto Uploader
I guess it is because those winglets are tilted outwards rather than perfectly vertical, which makes them look strange from the back.
Zhiren ChenPhoto Uploader
Winglets do not have hydraulic controls. They are mounted firmly on wing tips. Look at the two rotatable planes on the vertical tail wing. They are turned to the right a few degrees to compensate the minor crosswind.
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