Aharon

Pretty New Year Day Flight

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Shalom and greetings all my pals,

Presenting a darn pretty New Year Day flight from PAUN Unalakleet Airport located one nautical mile north of the central business district of Unalakleet, Alaska to PAOM Nome Airport located two nautical miles west of the central business district of Nome, Alaska.

Boarding the plane in sub zero freezing weather on New Year Day

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Sitting in captain seat doing pre-flight check list while cockpit window shows the view of truck belonging to Jim Tweto that a new rookie Era airline pilot accidentallly broke the driver door by opening it in powerful winds that damaged the door

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You can see Jim Tweto's private GA planes!!

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Taxiing to short of runway 32

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Holding short of runway 32 doing final checklist and making sure there are no polar bears on runway. You can see green Era airline terminal building and the famous car with damaged driver door

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Backtracking on runway 32 for take off

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Airborne on climb to 10,000 ft with background view of shore of Unalakleet

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Beautiful winter sun view with same background view of same shore and waters of Norton Sound

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Cruising at 10,000 ft across waters of Norton Sound

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Flying through clouds at 10,000 ft can be fun

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Descending through more clouds

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Check out my office

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More clouds to descend through

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Seconds before touchdown on runway 27

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TOUCHDOWN

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Braking down

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Backtracking is completed as the plane taxied toward gate

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Nice tail and winter sun

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Arrived at gate to unload cargo and satisfied passengers

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Thank you for viewing and HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF YOU.  Stay tuned for next flight!

Regards,

Aharon

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Interesting plane. A nice flight.

John

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Pugilist2 and John F,

Thanks for your kind words.

Regards,

Aharon

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