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Boeing 737-800 (HL8052) - 18th August, 2019: Afternoon traffic jam at the departure runway with the pack being led by Easter Jet's Boeing 737-800 (HL8052) bound for Incheon.  How many planes can you see immediately behind it?
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Boeing 737-800 (HL8052)

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18th August, 2019: Afternoon traffic jam at the departure runway with the pack being led by Easter Jet's Boeing 737-800 (HL8052) bound for Incheon. How many planes can you see immediately behind it?

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Larry Toler
Five
angelo1velatta
Paul Holden
Seven
Michael Wulfsohn
Eight, if you include the 777 coming to get in line.
I think seven ..
Samuel Bixler
I think four; I see an A319 or 320 immediately behind, then three more 73s behind that. Horizontal tails confuse (double) the count.
Don Hines
Eight
Shabbir BasharPhoto Uploader
Thank you all for replying. Stress on the word "immediately" .. hence the correct answer is 5 as @Larry Toler pointed out :)
Frank DHooge
seven in line
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