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En Route to Tokyo
En Route to Tokyo
The captain's seat on a Boeing 777
Concorde Cockpit
Concorde Cockpit
Getting an inflight tour of Concorde
Flying a B-17
Flying a B-17
Flying Magazine article on flying this World War II four engine bomber
Getting the 777 ready
Getting the 777 ready
Finishing the preflight with (the late) Captain H. James Poel before departing Chicago for Tokyo, Japan
Aeroflot B767
Aeroflot B767
Getting en route stick time on an Aeroflot Boeing
777 Center Display
777 Center Display
Boeing 777 center display, en route to Tokyo, Japan
IL-62
IL-62
An Aeroflot Ilyushin-62 on a scheduled flight - Eastern Siberia to Moscow
Flying The Line
Flying The Line
Artwork for the FLYING Magazine monthly column
Moscow Ramp
Moscow Ramp
Wandering around the maintenance ramp at Moscow
DC-7B
DC-7B
Unloading cargo in the Carribean
Siberia Chart
Siberia Chart
The navigator points to our location: Western Siberia
DC-7B panel
DC-7B panel
A busy instrument panel for a hard working freighter
Moscow Dispatch
Moscow Dispatch
A tour of Aeroflot Dispatch, with an electronic status map in the background
DC-7B view
DC-7B view
The view from the Captain's seat
Moscow Simulator Flight
Moscow Simulator Flight
Taking a turn at the controls of an Ilyushin IL-86 four engine widebody airliner
Captain H. James Poel
Captain H. James Poel
Writing about a very long-haul flight, with our very close friend, (the late) Captain H. James Poel in command
DC-7B left seat
DC-7B left seat
Getting comfortable in the captain's seat
Concorde Preflight
Concorde Preflight
Doing the Concorde preflight inspection with the Flight Engineer
Moscow Simulator Staff
Moscow Simulator Staff
The Russian interpreter on the far left, and the retired Aeroflot captains who were the simulator instructors for the tour
Moscow Simulator
Moscow Simulator
Getting a demonstration of an Aeroflot simulator
DC-7B en route stop
DC-7B en route stop
Sticking the fuel tanks before departure