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Aharon

Year 1975 Era Kodak Photography Of 727-200 Flight

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Shalom and greetings all my pals,

Here is year 1975 flight from KMIA Miami International airport Miami International Airport eight miles northwest of downtown Miami to MBPV Providenciales International Airport located on the island of Providenciales of the Turks and Caicos Islands flown by Air Florida 727-200 shown in faded away year 1975 Kodak photographs

Air Florida was famous for hottest stewardesses.

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Remember this Kodak camera that was used for this flight??

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Taxiing on taxiway P to short of runway 12

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Entering into runway 12 for take off via SKIPS1 departure

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Airborne on climb to FL330 past Miami cruise ship port making little left turn to execute SKIPS1 departure heading to SKIPS on way to ZQA

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On climb to FL330 to SKIPS

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Intercepting SKIPS and heading to ZQA while still on climb to FL330

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Making evasive turn to avoid flock of birds with background view of North Cat Cay which is privately owned island run as a private members club by the Cat Cay Yacht Club where you can go for fishing to catch Mahi Mahi, Blue and White Marlin, Whaoo, Snapper and Grouper

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Now cruising at FL330 heading to ZQA

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Intercepting ZQA above city of Nassau, Bahamas and its some unknown local airport that I cannot find in present day maps

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Cruising past city of Nassau, its cruise ship port, and Paradise Island

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Finishing interception of ZQA by leaving Nassau and its island to start route A555 all the way to Turks and Cacios

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Cruising along A555 above deep sea blue waters of Caribbean

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Rich turquoise water color indicates that the plane is getting close to Turks and Cacios which signals time for descent from FL330 to 10,000 ft

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Now at 10,000 ft on way to MBPV runway 10

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Nice clouds

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Because of regulations not allowing more than 20 screenshots per post,  please be kind enough to go to this hyperlink to view rest of the flight.

 

Here is the link:  http://vatil.org.il/forum/index.php/topic/40179-year-1975-era-kodak-photography-of-727-200-flight/

Thank you for viewing in 1975 era Kodak photography style screenshots. Stay tuned for next exciting flight.

Regards,

Aharon


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Outstanding nostalgia ... I've flown into Miami during that time period ... faked a severe fear of flying to get extra attention from the stews (who were indeed, hot)


Dennis Trawick

 

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I always enjoy your screenshots, Aharon! תודה לך


Joel Murray @ CYVR (actually, somewhere between CYNJ and CZBB, but quite close to CSK8) 

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Excellent post as always Aharon!

I've seen those girls lately.

Unfortunately they are all 50-60 years old now and fly for AA and Delta and usually in a surly mood.. <_<

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ha ha ha ha ha on funny comments on stewardesses!!

 

Thanks to Jetsflier, IFR7700, JRMurray (thanks for nice Hebrew words), and Skully for kind words.

 

Regards,

 

Aharon


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Great shots and story Aharon!

My have times have changed in the commercial aviation world.  No longer called "Stews"...and you're in big trouble if you call them that...they take GREAT offense to it!

 

My last 727 flight was a United (tri-color) from KATL to KDEN.

 

Oh, I love the paintjob too.  :biggrin:

 

Regards,

Steve Dra


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Steve Dra

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Steve,

 

Good to hear from you!!!  Thanks for your kind words!!!!!  Welcome back to Avsim forums!!!

 

I am sending you PM.

 

Regards,

 

Aharon


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Dang. You covered the whole thing! From the girls to the bird herself. Seems like all you need is...

 

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Then it'd really be circa 1975  B)

 

Great work.


Connor Levens

 

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Though this has nothing to do with Air Florida but it was an airline from the same area and era. Macky International was who my mom was a flight attendant for back in the 70s.

Nice shots by the way.


David Womacks CFI,CFII,MEI

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Fawkes and Z06z33,

 

Ha ha ha  thanks for kind words.

Regards,

 

Aharon


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