Hey! One of my friends in New Jersey just told me that he just got a tropical storm warning. That’s because Hurricane Isaias had just skimmed past Florida, and is now making it’s way up the east coast towards New York. With winds currently at 70 miles per hour. This will be interesting. I saw this as the perfect opportunity to fly into the storm. We will be hopping in JetBlue and Delta aircraft in Fort Lauderdale, flying up the coast, and then landing in New York via the infamous Canarsie Approach.
Date & Time: 2020-08-04T14:00:00Z ICAO: KFLL and KJFK
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Runway assignments will be given on the day of the event. (Tomorrow)
The Canarsie Approach
Often viewed as the most dangerous approaches into KJFK, this visual approach takes you along the Shore Parkway before banking you on a low-to-the-ground turn that many view as the “Kai Tak of New York”.