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Judging by spotters sites, flying almost invariably takes place in bright sunlight with a clear blue sky. Reality, as we all know, is different. Most low level flying on regular services is carried out in clouds. Or mist. Or rain. Or snow. This is Boeing 737-8K2 (or 737-800) c/n 28377 PH-HZE flying into clouds at about 2300 ft while about to catch the glideslope of runway 27-09 at Schiphol Amsterdam airport in The Netherlands (EHAM) on 31 July 2012, finalising flight HV542 from Kos. The aircraft first flew on 5 May 1999 as N1786B and was delivered to Transavia on 24 May 1999. Since then the aircraft was leased to various airlines during the winter periods (Futura International, Sun Country airlines, Sunwing airlines and Aeromexico).
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