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FS9-Departing Los Angeles at dusk...WestJet 737...for Toronto

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Final three shots....starting over the Desert....on our way to Toronto Pearson :) , and dusk giving way to night...

 

Goodnight, all!  Over and out from the flight deck on the Red Eye....

 

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Great looking FS9 shots!


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