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Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a nice history recreation of real world El Al 707 flight from LIRF Rome–Fiumicino International Airport located in Rome, Italy to LFML Marseille Provence Airport located 17 miles northwest of Marseille in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur région of France. Fully boarded and ready for pushback!! Dig nice tail!!! Sorry about peel weathering on some words. Blame on hot weather and cold weather!!! After pushback now starting engines with massive start up smoke Engines roaring with more smoke to start taxi from passenger apron to taxiway to short of runway 34R Entering into taxiway D to taxi to short of runway 34R Sorry cannot resist another view of the tail After holding short of the runway and after finally receiving take off clearance from the airport tower now revving up engines with more massive smokes to start taxi and enter into runway for take off Airborne now retracting landing gear on climb to Fl320 Making little left turn westward to start the route PODOX T246 MIRSA UL127 STP A3 RUBIT G7 LANKO leaving Italy to enter and cross waters of Tyrrhenian Sea Still on climb to fl320 now passing through clouds Now cruising at fl320 above lots of puffs of clouds Passing island of Pianosa known as prison island where there used to be penal colony housing of 800 prisoners during era of 1900s especially Mafia bosses until 1998 the date of closing of prison. Now it has only 10 residents Approaching to pass on right Elba island which was famous exile place for Napoleon under capture for years until he managed to escape to France Passing on left island of Corsica Passing LFKB Bastia – Poretta Airport located 11 miles south southeast of Bastia on the same island Descending from Fl320 to 5,000 ft on way to runway 32R At 5,000 ft above French countyside Making right turn on way to the runway passing stadium in wrong shape called Orange Velodrome which is home to soccer team ligue 1 and rugby team RC Toulon Passing famous church called Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde below behind the wings of the plane and nice port called Vieux Port below the plane nose On final runway to runway 32R with background view of high green hills of Parc Naturel Regina de la Sainte-Baume Because of regulations of the forums not permitting more than 20 screenshots per post, please be kind enough to go to this hyperlink below to view rest of exciting trip. Here is the hyperlink; http://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/9626/super-rare-el-livery-action Thank you for viewing and please stay tuned for next exciting flight!! Regards, Aharon
Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a nice typical Ansett airline operated TNT 707 cargo flight from YMML Melbourne Airport which is Australia's second busiest airport located 14 miles northwest of the city centre of Melbourne to YMLT Launceston located in the rural area of Western Junction nine miles from Launceston's city centre in Tasmania. Loading cargo goods on a rainy day There are lots of cargo bins to be loaded!! Tsk tsk tsk bad weather!! HEY you forgot one more cargo bin over there!! Thunderstorm's lighting brightened the plane that just finished its pushback (yeah must be tough to take screenshot at PRECISELY SAME SPLITTING SECOND TIME as lighting happens!) Taxiing to short of runway 16 Check out the airport's cargo hold apron ground! Leaving cargo apron Still taxiing to short of runway 16 Passing the airport terminal Leaving the airport terminal behind Crossing runway 09/27 to continue long taxi on taxiway A Holding short of runway 16 awaiting for take off clearance from airport tower controllers Engines after receiving take off clearance started to roar with thick black smokes while entering into runway 16 for immediate take off Airborne on climb to FL250 pass background view of building complexes of Qantas Maintenance and Jetstar Support Passing Melbourne suburb called Keilor East Making left turn with background view of railroad tracks called Sunshine Railway Line Linear Reserve seen in front of the plane's nose Because of regulations of the forums not allowing more than 20 screenshots per post, please be kind enough to go to this hyperlink below to view rest of the exciting flight. Here is the link: http://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/9556/typical-cargo-service-australia-tasmania Thank you for viewing and stay tuned for next exciitng flight! Regards, Aharon
Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting real world Braniff service from SKBO El Dorado International Airport located in the Fontibón district of Bogotá in Colombia to SEQU old Mariscal Sucre International Airport located in the northern part of the city in the Chaupicruz parish within 5 minutes of Quito's financial center Starting engines!! Dig beautiful color! Check out the cool needle on top of the tail! Starting long taxi to short of runway 13R Entering into taxiway S Entering into taxiway M yep very long taxi! Still taxiing Entering into runway 13R for take off Airborne on climb to FL340 although Google earth map show NO evidence of two lakes next to runway 31R Wing view of Fontibon suburb of the city Nose view of La Paz suburb of the city where you can see above the plane green park callled Abraham Lincoln!! Still on climb to FL340 Making little left turn adjustment to head to GIR and the destination Nice view of engines!! Passing SKME Lieutenant Colonel Luis Francisco Pinto Parra Air Base located in Melgar, Collombia Passing Sumapaz river that is considered one of the hundred natural wonders of the world Intercepting GIR and passing snow-capped peaks of Los Nevados National Park You can see Pacific ocean! You can tell that you are getting closer to the destination when ground begins to rise higher even though the plane is still at FL340 Because of regulations of the forums not allowing more than 20 screenshots per post, please be kind enough to go to this hyperlink to view rest of the exciting flight. Here is the link: http://calclassic.proboards.com/thread/9501/gold-braniff-service-quito Thank you for viewing. Stay tuned for next exciting flight Regards, Aharon