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  1. OK, in the next iteration of our Alaskan adventure, we are attempting to fly to the state capital of Alaska! A yellow bus brings the passengers to our yellow-engined airplane. Thank you, Jack! Anchorage is a lot cooler than Atlanta, isn't it? I'm not going to show here how I got lost while I was accidentally taxiing to runway 7R instead of 7L. Instead you are presented the climbout over the burbs of Anchorage. And left turn! Our departure was basically a full orbit all over the city and the Knik Arm. Eagle River and the Knik Arm. Heading to, you know... Turnagain Arm, Portage, and Port Wells. I love those glaciers. Carmen Lake, Glacier + Gletscherendmoräne. Surprise inlet in the upper right corner. Those mountains look as if they were hovering! They are not. Already descending towards, you know... Just a bit lower and those mountains could scrape our belly. To be honest, it's a really cloudy day today. It's doubful whether we can make it to the aerodrome with this weather underneath. Our aircraft is category D, we have to use Circling Minima... we should have a glimpse of the approach lights at 3640ft. To put it shortly, we didn't see anything, everything was barred by a giant white cloud, that's why we aborted our approach and are beholding some other awesome glaciers now! Canada isn't bad, either. The approach to CYXY is strange and the weather isn't that much better. "Negative, we have a touchdown." The hotel owners' guild of Whitehorse is happy for all the vouchers they'll be getting from Condor. The misteries of aviation: how do you get 264 passengers out of a 234 passenger plane? It's evening in Whitehorse. The mountains are ominously looming. Will our passengers and crew ever make it home to Frankfurt? To be continued!
  2. Just some tubeliner shots, so nothing to get too excited about. I do love the 777, and I should really fly her more. KLM 553 from Amsterdam to Cairo. Left EHAM under a steady rain and cloud cover up to about 9,000 and a solid deck until the Balkans, so not much to show until then. Hand flew it up through most of the SID. She's really smooth, but heavy even with a fairly light fuel load. Finally really cleared up on reaching Greece. I really love flying around Greece (usually in a prop-liner!). I'd make a great region for ORBX. Day starting to fade after reaching Turkey. Turing onto base over Cairo. Not much to see at the airport. Just your default scenery. Taxing in to gate. Fun way to spend a few hours on a still cold Mid-Atlantic March Sunday!
  3. Spent a morning at Melbourne YMML 17th April 2010(was it really that long ago) before heading off to Tyabb for the air show. Here are a quartet of shots of 2 aircraft from my favourite airline. 1. Traveled many times on SQ's 777-312s. Never been on an ER although I have seen them at YMML. Here landing on rwy 34. My first close up view of an Aibus A380. Up at the far end of 34 as most of the arrivals were landing on 27.
  4. I know it is an easy one! But I could not resist...The real trouble is not to land but to keep the machine stable.
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