Navigating around thunderstorms during our approach into Amsterdam – Schiphol. You can see the tunderstorms on the weather radar. This was shot over Oudekerk aan de Amstel. Boeing 737-800 cockpit view.

25 Awesome In-Flight Photos Taken by Pilots from the Cockpit

Our "office", the cockpit of the Boeing 737-800 at night during our landing at Amsterdam - Schiphol.

Arke/Arkefly photo taken by Martijn Kort - Our office during a night landing in Amsterdam - Schiphol. "Cockpit view Boeing at night"

Boeing 737 Engine

Boeing 737 Engine by Martijn Kort on

A nice close-up of our new split scimitar winglets on the Boeing 737-800. This extra little fin, aiming downwards, safes us an other extra 1-2% of fuel on each flight. Meaning less costs and more important, it means less fuel consumption so we have a smaller footprint on nature.

A nice close-up of our new split scimitar winglets on the Boeing 737-800. This extra little fin, aiming downwards, safes us an other extra 1-2% of fuel on each flight. Meaning less costs and more important, it means less fuel consumption so we have a smaller footprint on nature.

Our little workspace….. The cockpit of a Boeing 737-800 (PH-TFD) en-route from Antalya to Amsterdam at 36.000 feet.

Starry night at feet - A view of the cockpit of a Boeing at feet, during a clear night. En-route back to Amsterdam somewhere over Greece.

During cruise we crossed a contrail of a preceding colleague in a Boeing 777-300. The moon was lighting it up beautifully!

During cruise we crossed a contrail of a preceding colleague in a Boeing The moon was lighting it up beautifully!

Arriving from Amsterdam after a 5 hrs flight we had a beautiful view of the Island of Fuerteventura

Arriving from Amsterdam after a 5 hrs flight we had a beautiful view of the Island of Fuerteventura

lower body and wings with split scimitar winglets of the Boeing 737-800.

lower body and wings with split scimitar winglets of the Boeing

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