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Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a famous after work business commuting flight to go home from CYVR Vancouver International Airport located 7.5 miles from downtown Vancouver to CYXD Edmonton City Centre Airport located within the city of Edmonton just north of the city centre. On airborne on climb to fl330 after take off with nice background view of entire city landscape of Vancouver Still climbing with background view of Vancouver suburb called Richmond seen below the plane wings and view of Westham island as well as Fraser River can be seen below two fins (whatever they are called) located on bottom of the plane Climbing through heavy clouds Still climbing Now at fl250 still on ascend to fl330 Now cruising at 33,000 ft past ground view of CYXX Abbotsford International Airport located 2.5 miles southwest of the city centre of Abbotsford Approaching mountains of Canadian Rockies of Glacier National Park of Canada Crossing Canadian Rockies can be fun Woo woo look how high the Canadian Rockies mountains are look at the very high mountain in background which is probably 13,000 ft high Mount Robson in Banff area Cruising at 33,000 ft On left side is no mountains and on right side is mountains Crossing MORE Canadian Rockies mountains in below four or five screenshots Background view of sun starting to descend which is typical for after work commuting flight on way home Starting descent to 10,000 ft Amazing view of sunset 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 the exciting trip. Here is the hyperlink: https://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/9746/beautiful-after-work-business-commuting Therefore concludes recreation of famous regular business commuting flight by Pacific Western airline from Vancouver to Edmonton. Thank you for viewing. Please stay tuned for next exciting flight. Regards, Aharon
Shalom and greetings all my pals, On May/June/July 2016, areas of Fort McMurray had worst forest fires in history that destroyed and burnt 1,500,000 acres and 3244 buildings. This flight report presents my second relief aid cargo flight that I made 4 years ago (I have backlog of millions of screenshots waiting for me to publish) which was from CYZF Yellowknife Airport located in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada to CYMM Fort McMurray International Airport located 7 nautical miles southeast of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Cruising at 33,000 ft carrying heavy loads of much needed relief aid supplies bound for Fort McMurray residents You can tell that the plane is getting near Fort McMurray when you see lots of smokes that are NOT clouds Starting to descend now entering heavy smokes Descending through smokes At 5,000 ft where you can see through haze of smokes the ground showing trees Deploying landing gear on way to runway 07 Oh darn smoke haze is getting thicker Seconds from touchdown TOUCHDOWN Front landing gear wheels gliding down in most graceful slow manner Front wheels making runway contact Exiting from runway 07 into taxiway D on way to gates Taxiing on taxiway D Entering cargo section apron while the other plane was dropping off firefighter volunteers Getting ready to unload relief aid while jetway was disconnecting from the other plane fully boarded with evacuees to be evacuated to safe areas. Thank you for viewing. Please stay tuned for next exciting flight Regards, Aharon
Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting Boeing 727 receiving loving maintenance attention at the maintenance hangar in EETN Tallinn Airport located 2.7 nautical miles southeast of the center of Tallinn on the eastern shore of Lake Ülemiste in Estonia Two technical crew finishing their maintenance work on the plane New engine replacement!! Nice view of the airport as seen from maintenance hangar Look at the TNT plane hiding behind some building!! If you look further from maintenance hanger, you can see vehicle traffic along highway route number 2 also known as Highway Talllinn-Tartu-Voru-Luhamaa especially you can see DHL truck hurrying to make to airport to load cargo on the same plane that is ready for flight after maintenance check Ready to be taxied out of the hangar into cargo hold parking spot Taxiing out of the hangar Arriving at cargo hold parking spot number 43 to wait for cargo loading from the DHL building seen in background Nice engine view of sunrise Thank you for viewing. Stay tuned for next exciting flight!! Regards, Aharon