Aharon

Approach To Godzone's NZDN Runway 03

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Shalom and greetings all my pals,

Presenting a nice runway 03 approach and anding to Godzone's NZDN Dunedin international airport located adjacent to the village of Momona on the Taieri Plains approximately 20 miles south west of Dunedin in the South Island of New Zealand

On final runway 03 approach passing background view of Lake Waipori

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Passing background view of waters of Waipori river going through hills to Taieri Mouth behind the hills

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Passing many rows of trees that you would find perfect match in Google Earth or satellitte maps

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Passing hills of Berwick forest

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More real world realistic rows of trees

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Seconds before touchdown

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TOUCHDOWN


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Engaging reverse thrusters with background view of NZDN terminal

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Passing background view of hangar of Mainland Air which is Professional Flight Training & Executive Air Charter company

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Backtracking!!!

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Taxiing back on the runway toward the terminal

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Exiting from runway into taxiway. If you want to know how long the runway is on left or right side, just read the sign below the nose

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Taxiing toward gate three

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Approaching gate three

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Arrived at gate 3 to drop off passengers

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Finished with pushback and now starting engines for return trip to Auckland

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Checking to be sure there is no late passenger in the terminal

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View of newstand where passengers pick up newspapers, magazines, overrpriced snacks, and overpriced drinks

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Reading the flightboard information

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

Regards,

Aharon

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Nice! Lots of local detail. And I"ve never seen that livery before!

John

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Great pics and a nice livery I have never seen before!

John

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Sloppysmusic, John F, and John Cillis, 

Thanks for kind words.

Regards,

Aharon

 

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