Today I would Like to share some of my flight deck photos that I have taken from my travels. These were taken with the permission of the flight crew and the airplanes were at the gate and all passengers were deboarded. Fill free to post your flight deck photos below but please make sure they follow all FAA and European Regulations! So no photos in critical phases of flight please! I’ll start below with mine to favorite photos of a company Airbus A320
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Nice shots! In my gallery:
A De Havilland Beaver, a seaplane landing at a natural glacier in British Columbia, Canada.
A Piper PA-28, G-EPYW, one I use in my flight training.
An Air Canada 777-300ER after a flight from EGLL-CYYZ.
A Air Canada (New livery, beautiful) after a flight from CYYC-EGLL.
My flying on Sunday (and my profile picture), a C152, G-BSTP a very old Cessna 😂
From last year, Royal Air Maroc crew let me see the cockpit of the 787-9 when we landed in Casablanca. Pics aren’t great, but it was a joy to see this absolutely beautiful flight deck!
I’m flying with Alaska Airlines next week. I wonder if I could go to the cockpit for a bit.
Just politely ask the flight attendants when you get on or when getting off. I think when people get off is the best time since there’s no one in the way. Just ask kindly and say you are an AvGeek and don’t worry if they say no :)
ask the flight attendants in flight and tell them if its possible to visit the cockpit after the flight. thats the best way that i know of and usually works
Well we have a Diamond 20 here, N223DC with what I believe is either a G500 or G750
We have an American Airlines 737
An American A330
Unfortunately this is all I have on my computer, I may be able to find more and transfer them to my computer, but we’ll see.
Here are two pictures of the A220/CSeries flight deck. I’ve got some more pictures but they’re all during critical phases of flight which unfortunately aren’t allowed in this thread.
What aren’t they allowed 🤣🤣🤣
Certain regulations prohibit pictures being taken during the critical phrases of flight.
Technically taxing is concerned a “critical phase of flight” so since you posted that you might as well post the others.
Good shots though! :)