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Show us the best photo you have ever taken from an airplane!

What is the best photo that you have ever taken from an airplane?

Also do share the story behind the photo, if any.  Looking forward to seeing some gorgeous shots and reading some exceptional stories!!


103 Answers

top answer by
Zach from Philadelphia

I was flying into Seattle and the city was covered in a morning fog. It looked really cool, this pic reminds me of the Jetsons


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Seattle (city)
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Jillian from Los Angeles

Love this question! I would have to say this picture I took when flying into Chicago as I love the cloud shadows on Lake Michigan.

And I have one more...Flying into Nice, here's a shot I took of the French Riviera.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Chicago (city)
  2. Nice (city)
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Debbie from San Francisco

No special stories behind these shots, except that they're of two of my favorite cities in the world :)

This is San Francisco.  Usually when I fly out of SFO, I don't actually see San Francisco on my usual routes, but flying out of Oakland, I actually do get to see the city from above.  You can make the Transamerica Tower, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Angel Island, Sausalito, and Tiburon here.And this is Hong Kong:


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. San Francisco (city)
  2. Hong Kong (city)
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Bridy from Vancouver (Washington)

Picture of Greenland on a flight out of Iceland.

Flew into Moline, IL behind a thunderstorm.  The sunset was spectacular!  The storm clouds to the left were full of lightening, but it's pretty hard capture from an airplane. :(

View flying into Portland, OR.   Mt Hood is on the left.  Mt Jefferson is in the background.  


Flying out of Portland, OR.  Another cloudy day with Mt Hood and Mt Adams.

From Kathmandu, Nepal, special Himalayan mountain view flights are available to view the tallest peaks in the world.  The first picture is Mount Everest (background) and Lhotse.  The second shows view is from the cockpit.  


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Greenland (country)
  2. Moline (city)
  3. Portland (city)
  4. Mt Hood (attraction)
  5. Mt Jefferson (attraction)
  6. Mt Adams (attraction)
  7. Kathmandu (city)
  8. Mount Everest (city)
  9. Lhotse (attraction)
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Jeremy from Atlanta

I thought this photo of Greenland out the window of our plane was pretty awesome on a flight from Vienna to New York City. Looks like an alien planet!



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Greenland (country)
  2. Vienna (city)
  3. New York City (city)
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answered by
Prasad from India

Here is a picture is taken from airplane above  Samui AirportKoh Samui Airport in Thailand


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Samui Airport (attraction)
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Ryan from Astoria

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Iceland (country)
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Joanna from Boston

This is one of my favorite photos taken from the air! This was taken on a flight from northern Tanzania to Nairobi, flying over Mount Kilimanjaro!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Nairobi (city)
  2. Mount Kilimanjaro (attraction)
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answered by
Ashley from Calgary

Eiffel Tower from the sky.... thought it was pretty neat putting the whole area into perspective.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Eiffel Tower (attraction)
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Kasia from Stavanger

Flight from Auxiliar Aiport in Maiquetia - Caracas to Los Roqueswith Jomicol Airline (May 2011).


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Los Roques (city)
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answered by
Jeff from Portland

I wish there was a better story to this outside of, I was simply traveling from Portland to San Francisco for a few days. It was on the first flight out at about 5:45am in the morning during the summer. It had rained the night before and the clouds were just starting to move on. This shows just how portland can be an amazing juxtaposition of beauty.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Portland (city)
  2. San Francisco (city)
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answered first by
Arti from Mumbai

Well my favorite shot from the Airplane came while I was on a return flight from Tokyo to Mumbai.

The landscape outside the plane was the usual mass of clouds beneath the Airplane but suddenly the clouds parted ever so slightly to provide me with this view

I just stared and stared, luckily I had the camera ready and hurriedly took a few shots (most were not clear as my hands were probably not steady as I was brimming with excitement!). The parting gift from Japan was a sight of Mt. Fuji which is still ingrained in my memory like it happened yesterday!

Here is a blog post I wrote on my Mt. Fuji Moment

Do share your captures and leave feedback about my capture!!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Tokyo (city)
  2. Mumbai (city)
  3. Mt. Fuji (attraction)
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answered by
Hanela from London

Flying into London - London Eye & The Big Ben


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. London (city)
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answered by
Peggy

Flying over The Rockies from Denver on my way to San Francisco!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Denver (city)
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Stephen "Sven" from Florida

The clouds were amazing flying into Bangkok Sukhumvit International Airport.Leaving McMurdo Station, Antartica


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Bangkok (city)
  2. McMurdo (city)
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answered by
Justin from Phoenix

Greenland ... look at the neon-blue meltwater!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Greenland (country)
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Billy from Chicago

I'm not sure this is the best one I've taken but this was from 2 nights ago flying into Chicago


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Chicago (city)
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Kristy from Overland Park, Kansas

This is a picture of The London Eye as I was circling the city waiting to land at Heathrow.  It was partly cloudy, but the sun was shining through the clouds, highlighting the Eye.  I was surprised how clear this picture taken with my phone was.  And I had a great, active, cultural weekend with friends.


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Natasha from Santa Monica

This was taken last week on a flight from my hometown, the lovely island of Penang, to Ho Chi Minh City. It was pretty magical  seeing the iconic Penang Bridge below, where my dad used to run marathons when I was growing up and bring us back the goody bags from the race. I tried getting another angle but seconds later we had already passed it and my window view became just clouds. I was leaving a wonderful family reunion where I reconnected with my massive extended family and a gorgeous wedding, it's true what they say that as you get older your family becomes the most important thing! 


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answered by
Todd from Cincinnati

Not the best in terms of overall picture quality, but one of the most interesting for me is the photo of the English coastline and the White Cliffs Of Dover taken on a flight from Paris to Cincinnati a few years ago.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. White Cliffs Of Dover (attraction)
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answered by
Curt

Why did we ever leave Bora Bora? Sigh! Guess we have to play the lottery more often.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Bora Bora (island)
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Ross from Sullivan (Missouri)

I already answered this, but I forgot about my last flight from Houston to St. Louis. There was a full moon out, and we were flying beside a thunderstorm. A little scary, but beautiful!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Houston (city)
  2. St. Louis (city)
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answered by
Supun from Carson (California)

Here's what flying into Port-au-Prince International Airport looks like on the decent.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Port-au-Prince International Airport (attraction)
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Theo from Esslingen

Last autumn I was flying from Stockholm to Gothenburg and was happy to get this picture from Lake Mälaren. (There was even WiFi onboard this NorwegianAir flight so I could share it immediately ;) )

https://instagram.com/p/thfHnvhPkz/


This photo was taken during a flight from Budapest to Barcelona, early in the morning.

https://instagram.com/p/x_e-BoBPlt/


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Stockholm (city)
  2. Gothenburg (city)
  3. Budapest (city)
  4. Barcelona (city)
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answered by
Rasto from Edmonton

Approaching Singapore - countless ships waiting in front of the port.

Flying over jungle of Central Borneo, Malaysia



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answered by
Evelyn from Carson (California)

Study abroad trip this summer from north island, Auckland to the south island, Queenstown 


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Auckland (city)
  2. Queenstown (city)
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Chris

This was over the Canadian Rockies, en route from Iceland to Seattle.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Iceland (country)
  2. Seattle (city)
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answered by
Mo from Houston

Clouds over Kashmir, India.


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answered by
Ross from Fort Collins

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Osa Peninsula (region)
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answered by
Kristina from Los Angeles

I have 3 favorites from up in the air! One shows a great sunset over Seattle

another shows the Redondo Beach Hermosa Beach and Rancho Palos Verdes coastline in Southern California

and the last shows some beautiful red rocks in Sedona


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Seattle (city)
  2. Redondo Beach (city)
  3. Hermosa Beach (city)
  4. Rancho Palos Verdes (city)
  5. Southern California (metro area)
  6. Sedona (city)
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answered by
Joe from Sacramento

My two sons, 14 and a little over a year, looking at the view going to Washington, DC. The older was 14 and we had an absolute blast in DC. Best trip to take someone his age with all the history and museums. Can't wait to take the younger one, who is 6 now, and now my third son who is three when they get older. 



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Washington, DC (city)
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answered by
Marie-France from Toronto

The Andes mountains, on the way to Buenos Aires after a stopover in Santiago.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Buenos Aires (city)
  2. Santiago (city)
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Mark from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

We were about to take off from Nadi, Fiji when I spotted a bird perched on the end of the wing tip, very hard to make out in this picture - made me think of the old saying "Have wings, will fly". :-)



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Nadi (city)
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Austin from Capitol Hill Neighborhood

Took this photo of Mount Rainier National Park on a summer's day in 2013 on an Alaska Airlines flight out of Seattle.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Mount Rainier National Park (park)
  2. Seattle (city)
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answered by
Kate from Ohio

Flying out of Chicago you can see the Sears Tower peaking above the clouds.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Chicago (city)
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Connie from Washington, DC

The quality of this photo is not the best, but I was flying out of Lhasa.  When we got above the clouds, you could still see the tops of the mountains above the cloud line.  It really gave me a perspective of how tall those mountains actually were.  We traveled to Lhasa by train on the highest railway in the world.  At times we were above 15,000 feet.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Lhasa (city)
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Per

Sunset over somewhere over Scotland


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Scotland (country)
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Dawn from Redding

I was about to land in Baghdad in November 2011 with my friend Canon Andrew White (the vicar of Baghdad). My heart was delighted and effusively joyful to finally see the land I'd loved and prayed for over 15 years. :-)


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Baghdad (city)
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answered by
Tom from Philadelphia

The Dolomiti in Northern Italy


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Dolomiti (attraction)
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Perla from Alexandria (Virginia)

Lucky enough to capture the tip of Mount Kilimanjaro on the way to Dar es-Salaam, Tanzania


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Mount Kilimanjaro (attraction)
  2. Dar es-Salaam (city)
  3. Tanzania (country)
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Madeline from New Jersey

As we were taking off from San Francisco airport at 6:00 am one beautiful September morning, the sun was rising and the fog was rolling in, covering the city and its surroundings below with puffy white.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. San Francisco (city)
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Laura from Buenos Aires

The sunrise over Los Andes just before arriving to Ushuaia


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Ushuaia (city)
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Maria from Sydney

Sydney to Gold Coast flight


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Sydney (city)
  2. Gold Coast (city)
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Peter from Munich

This was taken Heathrow Airport. 2 Qantas A380 parked next to each other. This was taken from an airplane during taxiing to the gate.


Descent into Munich International Airport on the 14th of December 2012. I was so happy to have white christmas but only a couple days later it was all melted away :(


And because it was so much fun being stuck at an airport and getting rerouted through a third airport, I took this video from the flight from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Charles de Gaulle Airport Paris. It gets interesting after landing in Paris, taxiing along a lot of plans of Air France. Make sure you watch it in 4K!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2ApdG0fw4Y


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Heathrow Airport (attraction)
  2. Munich International Airport (attraction)
  3. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (attraction)
  4. Charles de Gaulle Airport (attraction)
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Rocio from Costa Rica

Amazing active Rincón de la Vieja Volcano taken while coming back from NYC after I spent a week with Sandy (this is the way I call my experience lived when the Hurricane Sandy hit Manhattan back in 2012). This volcano is located in the Province of  Guanacaste, Costa Rica.

PS - All pictures are incredible!! :)



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Rincón de la Vieja Volcano (attraction)
  2. Guanacaste (region)
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answered by
Erica from Kansas City (Missouri)

Flying into Key West! This was my first trip to Key West, and will not be the last. If you have the opportunity, stay in the Old Town! And catch a bike tour with Lloyd.. he's crazy! https://www.facebook.com/lloydsbiketour


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Key West (city)
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George from Ocean Grove

Leaving Abu Dhabi to United States after a month long trip to Nepal...


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Abu Dhabi (city)
  2. United States (country)
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answered by
Will from On The Road

This is an atoll in French Polynesia, circa 2005.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. French Polynesia (country)
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answered by
Billy from Chicago

Here's another one of a stadium and a bull fighting arena flying out of Mexico City.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Mexico City (city)
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answered by
Ross from Sullivan (Missouri)

Mt McKinley sticking above the clouds on a flight out of Seattle!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Mt McKinley (attraction)
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answered by
Brett from Long Beach

Hard to pick one, but I guess I'd go with this.  It was taken at Long Beach Airport (LGB)as I boarded my flight on JetBlue.  The cloud reflecting on the airplane is what gets me.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Long Beach Airport (LGB) (attraction)
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answered by
Jeffrey from Los Angeles

Because what else are you doing when the plane is landing?  Took this landing in Los Angeles International Airport



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Los Angeles International Airport (attraction)
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answered by
Stephanie from Camarillo

Flying out of Nashville, Tennessee.  So green and lush!


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answered by
Veronica from Malibu

Flying into New York City. The best part about landing at LaGuardia Airport is this exceptional view of Manhattan!



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. New York City (city)
  2. LaGuardia Airport (attraction)
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answered by
jelena from Pretoria

On our way to Beijing ...


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Beijing (city)
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Mark from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Flying out of Heathrow Airport, UK. Destination - Nice, France. What you see in this photo are the White Cliffs of Dover.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Heathrow Airport (attraction)
  2. Nice (city)
  3. France (country)
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answered by
Brad from Pittsburgh

Flying over Western Pennsylvania on a beautiful fall day.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Pennsylvania (state)
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Bethany

My first time flying into Port-au-Prince, Haiti, was not only my first visit to the third-world, but it was my first time leaving America. I didn't know what to expect, but whatever expectations I had were blown away. Tent cities and tin roofs were my first pictures of this country, you could literally see the destitution from the sky. And from that moment, my heart belonged to the place I had yet to walk.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Port-au-Prince (city)
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Cristina from Brussels

Landing in the Seychelles
Heavy water traffic in Istanbul.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Seychelles (island)
  2. Istanbul (city)
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answered by
Tony from Minneapolis

I took this just before landing in Seattle last year. Beautiful world!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Seattle (city)
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answered by
Richard from Costa Rica

Stormy flight over Costa RicaDrake BayRemote areas of Costa Ricas Pacific coastline harbor small settlements of subsistence farmers that can serve as environmentalist headquarters and activities for the travel hardy and luxury traveler alike.

45 minute flights on Nature Air can be a great way to and from the zone but be wary that the schedule can change at any moment so visit this part of Costa Rica with time enough to be flexible with rising rivers or storm clouds.

The areas nature variety is formidable however with the most biodiverse regions on earth for your camera lens, but be very careful, hospitals are a long way from home.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Drake Bay (city)
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Mel from Columbia

Isla MujeresWe love to travel to Playa del Carmen. This photo was taken on October 1, 2016 flying on Spirit Airlines from Fort Lauderdale to Cancun. The shot shows an aerial view of Isla Mujeres. After this, it's just minutes to touchdown in Cancun.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Isla Mujeres (attraction)
  2. Playa del Carmen (city)
  3. Fort Lauderdale (city)
  4. Cancun (city)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Mount Everest fly-by on the Nepalese side in a Beech 1900 aircraft.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Mount Everest (city)


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Olav from Asker

Contrail skies above Brussels, on decent toward Amsterdam Schipol Airport from Jomo Kenyatta Airport, Nairobi.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Brussels (city)
  2. Nairobi (city)


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Olav from Asker

The early morning small aircraft run for Jomsom, Nepal, from Pokhara, through the world's deepest gorge, Kali Gandaki Corridor. Several Dornier 228s, Twin Otters and unmentionable Chinese make aircraft fly a short distance after one another. The planes need to get in and out early in the morning before the gusty winds pick up.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Jomsom (city)
  2. Pokhara (city)
  3. Kali Gandaki Corridor (attraction)


answered by
Olav from Asker

In holding pattern for landing at Ilulissat airport. An absolutely spectacular place.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Ilulissat (city)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Flying across the Ilulissat Icefjord, West Greenland. The icebergs drifting in the icefjord are up to 800 meters high and a square kilometer big. Only 10 % of them are visible above the surface.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Ilulissat Icefjord (attraction)


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Olav from Asker

Sunrise over Kanyakumari, the southern tip of India, flying Arlanda- Katunayake, Sri Lanka.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Kanyakumari (city)
  2. Arlanda (attraction)
  3. Katunayake (city)


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Olav from Asker

The Transsylvanian Alps, Romania, flying Istanbul-Oslo.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Romania (country)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Transsylvanian Alps, Romania.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Romania (country)


answered by
Olav from Asker

The Trans-Siberian Railway, somewehere east of Novosibirsk. I took the photo from an SAS flight from Beijing to Copenhagen.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Novosibirsk (city)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Low-flying over Maracanã football stadium, Rio de Janeiro in 2009 (before the changes for the Rio Olympics).

 


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Maracanã (attraction)
  2. Rio de Janeiro (city)


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Olav from Asker

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Santos Dumont Airport (attraction)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Tundra lakes on the Northwest Territories south of Bathurst Inlet


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Bathurst Inlet (city)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Ice flow near  Pietermanns Bjerg, Christian X Land, Greenland


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Greenland (country)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Heading home from Longyearbyen, passing Bjørndalen and Fuglefjella, Spitsbergen


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Spitsbergen (attraction)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Pack ice north of Ittoqqortoormiit, en route by German Lufthansa to Vancouver.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Ittoqqortoormiit (region)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Landing at LYR, Longyearbyen, world's most northerly airport with sheduled flights. Very interesting place, but you do wonder where the airport is when you approach the glaciated islands far north of Norway.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Longyearbyen (city)


answered by
Olav from Asker

Mjøsa lake, southern Norway, photo taken from a domestic flight Trondheim-Oslo.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Mjøsa (attraction)


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Olav from Asker

Annapurna IV, 7525 meters high, in the Nepal Himalaya, a very impressive granite-walled peak . I hired a small plane to see what was in the cwm behind Machhapuchchhre mountain, a place not reachable by foot. 


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Machhapuchchhre (city)


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Bernie from Amsterdam

Helicopter flight over Singapore




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Jacqui from London

I love all of these photos! 

This photo was taken as I flew above Iran from Australia to the UK. I've always wanted to visit Iran and this flight, the first one I've ever done by myself, made me want to go even more! 





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Jennifer from Arnhem

Awesome question! 
These three photos were all made during the same 2 hour flight from Alghero to Eindhoven. We first flew over a part of Sardinia (photo 2), then the Alps (photo 1), and eventually arrived in Eindhoven, where the sun was just sinking (photo 3)! 




Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alghero (city)
  2. Eindhoven (city)


answered by
Tonya Russ from Charlotte

On the way to Chicago for Halloween 2010!




answered by
Ron from Vancouver

Sorry, I couldn't resist! :-D (Twilight Zone: The Movie)




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Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing views from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing views from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.




Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing views from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.




Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing views from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.




Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I love flying over the Alps, and the amazing views from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.




Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing view from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing view from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing view from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing view from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing view from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Mark from California

I always love flying over the Alps, and the amazing view from the window. Here is a a shot from a flight from Amsterdam to Rome earlier this year.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Alps (attraction)
  2. Amsterdam (city)
  3. Rome (city)


answered by
Rasto from Edmonton

Southern Greenland from window seat of my summer flight from Munich to Houston. Was lucky enough to get an awesome weather as never before on this route.





answered by
Leonard from Minneapolis

Sunset and new moon over the Pacific






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Mark from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Circling around Monaco, France in a helicopter. The light is really unusual as half of Nice is covered by cloud. The effect is half the image in vivid colour the other half almost monotone.

On the way Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia 2009 Broken Hill The sun is about to set hence the long contrasting shadows. Amazing country!


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  1. Monaco (country)
  2. Broken Hill (city)


answered by
Lin from Chaoyang

My best picture ever taken in an airplane is on my way from BJ to San Francisco


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  1. San Francisco (city)


answered by
Bruno from Sorocaba, Brazil

Porto Seguro , 2013.


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  1. Porto Seguro (metro area)


answered by
Billy from Chicago

This just came up on my timehop app from last year today. Flight from Cusco to Lima.


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  1. Cusco (metro area)
  2. Lima (attraction)


answered by
Samia from Bangladesh

While returning from Azerbaijan, over the Caucasus region. 


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  1. Azerbaijan (country)




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