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    REVIEW - JustPlanes AeroMexico 777/737 Aviation Video


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    Review

    by Marlon Carter

    Publisher: JUST PLANES

    Description:  AEROMEXICO 777/737

    Format:
    Blu-Ray/Download

    Reviewed by: Marlon Carter

     

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    INTRODUCTION

     

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    Flight Information

    A/C

    Reg

    Flight

    Route

    Flt Time

    Destinations

    737-800

    XA-AMN

    AM 591

    MEX-CUN

    1h49

    MEX Mexico City, MEXICO

    CUN Cancun, MEXICO

    737-800

    XA-AMN

    AM 593

    CUN-MEX

    2h03

    CUN Cancun, MEXICO

    MEX Mexico City, MEXICO

    777-200

    N745AM

    AM 517

    MEX-MAD

    10h05

    MEX Mexico City, MEXICO

    MAD Madrid, SPAIN

    777-200

    N745AM

    AM 518

    MAD-MEX

    11h46

    MAD Madrid, SPAIN

    MEX Mexico City, MEXICO

     

     

    + Cockpit filming using up to multi cameras for great views on takeoff and landing!

    + Additional camera for wingviews on the Boeing 737

    + First flight on a Boeing 737 with new winglets!

    + Flight Preparations

    + Cockpit Set-up

    + Briefings & Checklists

    +Depature& Arrival Airport Charts

    + External Walkaround of Boeing 737

    + Cockpit Presentation of Boeing 777

    + Great scenery on departures & arrivals and en route

    + Great dusk departure & sunset arrival at Mexico City

    + Introducing Maria Fernanda, our Boeing 737 copilot

     

     

    HIGHLIGHTS

    This program was by far the best out of the AeroMexico series. Our first flight features a brand new 737-800 on a return flight from Mexico City to Cancun. We start off with a presentation on how flights are prepared on the ground as the Captain and First Officer review their dispatch documents. After this aspect of the preflight preparation was completed, we join our First Officer as she completes the cockpit setup which was very insightful. While the departure was slightly delayed due to a long line of aircraft preparing for take-off, our departure provided a scenic view of Mexico City which is always an amazing sight. During our flight to Cancun, the First Officer discusses a little about her history in aviation and her progression through AeroMexico which took 6 years. From this brief presentation, it seems like the life of a pilot at AeroMexico is very rewarding and exciting. Another highlight of this flight was the approach to Cancun where the pilots had to deviate from bad weather on the approach path. In addition to this, the landing by the Captain was perhaps one of the smoothest landings I have ever seen in a 737-800. The final highlight of this trip was the detailed walkaround of the 737 by the First Officer prior to our departure back to Mexico City.

    The final segment of this presentation features the 777-200 on a roundtrip flight from Mexico City to Madrid. While there were many highlights to this segment, the ones that stood out the most was the presentation on plotting charts, career background on the captain and an amazing cockpit presentation of the 777. In addition to the highlights mentioned, this program is packed with scenic views and creative video editing that makes it a joy to watch. From this video and the period videos that were releases, it’s clear to see that the operations of AeroMexico very professional. In addition to this, the people that work there seem to truly enjoy their job and working for such a great company. We certainly have to thank AeroMexico and JustPlanes for sharing such an amazing perspective on their daily operations. – Highly Recommended.

     

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    Video Preview

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9eluV_DqOw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrDjSKYDkLs

     



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