Photos of the QF32 Cabin Crew
are at QF32 page 279
Photos of the QF32 Technical Crew
QF32 event occurred at about noon on Thursday 4th November 2010.
This photo was taken 24 hours later on the Friday.
I had to buy a fresh set of clothes (and a new phone charger) as soon as the shops opened as my luggage did not arrive to my room until 30 hours after the QF32 flight, and five minutes before I left the hotel to return home to Australia!
I discovered that of all my possessions, it was the mobile phone that became the most important asset in the hours and days after the event. And so the lack of a phone charger (because it was in my missing suit case) became a major issue when trying to maintain communications.
More photos of the pilots are at QF32 page 278
Michael von Reth
QF32 Afterparty – 1 April 2011
I am a keen amateur photographer. Here are two photos of models in 1940s period Qantas uniforms. It does not get more nostalgic than this.
The crew of the delivery flight of our fourth aircraft (VH-OQD) from Singapore to Sydney (August 2009). It’s in this type of photo that you gain the perspective of the Trent 900’s (72,000 pound thrust / 82,500 hp) enormous size.
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Richard believes it unfortunate that some versions of the QF32 book (translated into other languages) do not contain the excellent 63 photos that are published in the English version of QF32.