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From Yakutat to Juneau Alaska

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Milviz 737-200 (Combi) Night Flight, from PAYA to PAJN, ORBX Southern Alaska/PAJN

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Nice one! The 737-200 is one of my favourite planes. I can still remember regularly flying in one from Frankfurt to Cologne/Bonn Airport. Not my first remembered flight - that was in a 707 to Johannesburg with a stop-over in Nairobi!


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Thanks!

The actual landings at Juneau (by real pilots...🙂) seem awfully difficult. If you may, please search in YouTube for "Juneau, Alaska GPS 8 approach". The first video under rainy/cloudy conditions seems like threading a needle! And, in the other wing-view landing of the 737-400, the wing seems to nearly scrape the low mountains!

 

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