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Short Commuter Hop Within Provience of Alberta

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Shalom and greetings all my pals,

Presenting a nice short commuter flight hop within province of Alberta from CYYC Calgary International Airport 11 miles northeast of downtown Calgary to CYEG Edmonton International Airport located 14 nautical miles south southwest of downtown Edmonton.

On climb after take off with nice background view of city landscape of Calgary where you can see Bow River running across the screenshot, the airport of departure seen in front of nose, two red buildings below the plane called two Suncur Energy Center buildings, and two buildings located on left side of the red buildings which are International Hotel Calgary and Westin Calgary hotels. In case your FMC or instruments fail and you do not know way to CYEG,  have no fear.  Just follow highway route number 2 to north toward Edmonton as seen on upper right corner of screenshot!!  I unfortunately cannot identify four major office buildings below the engine.


Cruising at FL150 can be fun as you get to fly through many clouds


On final approach to runway 2



Seconds before touchdown


TOUCHDOWN spewing snow blowing splattering



Don't you love snow splattering caused by reverse thrust?


Slowing down on icy runway


Exiting from runway into taxiway toward gate




Thank you for viewing.  Stay tuned for next exciting flight!!



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Great shots!


Make it even more historical with a classic 737-200 flight from YYC to Edmonton City Centre!

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Thanks for your kind words.





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