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Airbus A320 (N841VA) - 6th Dec., 2014 ... Another twin approach at San Francisco International Airport.
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Airbus A320 (N841VA)

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6th Dec., 2014 ... Another twin approach at San Francisco International Airport.

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that just looks so weird, two of the exact same planes on approach at the exact same time
Dwight Hartje
Love this shot and airline!
enjoyaviation
I'm seeing double! 4 Airbus'!
renato basso
Muito boa.
RAY LLOYD
fantastic shot
Kurt Matthies
Does SOP at Virgin include dual airliner right echelon (DARE) t/o and landing?
gordon peet
Aren't they too close?
Mark Thomas
Only looks that way Gordon, they are landing on parallel runways and are a considerable distance from each other. Great shot Shabbir!
Mark Thomas
Kurt, can you elaborate on DARE and explain why it would be a problem? Just curious.
Eduardo
Bella foto de los gemelos
what happened to aircraft spacing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fantastic timing and composition.
RandomX9
The double approaches are nothing out of the ordinary, but two of the same plane: great timing!
Robert Fleming
wow---twin Virgin Americas almost side by side....a TRUE TWIN LANDING!!! Very cool!
Bill Snowden
I just found this awesome photo this morning and one of these two aircraft flew over my home just now! Small world? Nice photo!
Jacques Heroux
ouf !!!
Floatonaboat
Nice!
Mark Harrop
Like it. Two for one. Nice capture
Dylan Kortman
Man. I never thought I'd see a plane full of people that play fortnite.
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