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I'm working on a project regarding the hydraulics system of the A320 airbus. I can't seem to find a clear Hi-resolution image of a grounded A320 with the RAT extended out. Anyone know where I can find one? Or if you have one and don't mind me using it for my project, I'd be much obliged!! Thank you!

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Airliners.net is the photo directory of aircraft on the internet, a quick search turns up this beauty :) You can also diversify your search to A318, A319 and A321 since it's in principle the same equipment.

Aidyn Iskakov - Almaty Spotting Club



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Looks good! Thank you! – Christina Jul 14 '14 at 20:42
@Christina: I'm not sure what type of project you're doing, but photos from airliners.net do have usage restrictions, see airliners.net/usephotos for more details. – Qantas 94 Heavy Jul 15 '14 at 4:21

Why do you bother looking elsewhere?

AIRBUS has its own Photo gallery!

If you are not lucky enough and can't find there what you have been looking, ask them kindly (Contacts).

Nothing beats first hand resources!

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