A Busy Day in the Heart of Australia to Mountains of Kiwi Country

It looks similar to the runway in Firenze (from the dimension not the layout), which is always a challenge. Touchdown as close to the 1000 feet marker as possible and then full reverse and brakes (and a big smile)!

Must have been fun for the “passengers” (Me: Imagines himself glued to the window ;))

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Again lighting makes these so much better!!! I love seeing all the other aircraft at YSSY too.

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It was a fun touchdown, one of those that was like, I have to put this thing on the ground right away or throttle up and climb

And I definitely would be glued to the window, I want to fly into Queenstown next time I go to New Zealand

Which will probably be never because I’ve never been anywhere close to New Zealand 😂

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It was fun to see so many jumbos in Sydney! Busy airports are always fun

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I believe that is a Hawaiian 767

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The text is the wrong font. It looks almost like Calibri.

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Great photos! That’s a Hawaiian 767 tho!

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Read the spoiler

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Me neither, but what isn’t yet can be at some point, right?

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That one is my favorite! Absolutely stunning views!!

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@BadPlane and @Siddhansh read the spoiler!!! 😂

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It’s definitely one of the places in want to go to!

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Thanks!! The views were awesome, especially on the descent

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Lol sorry… didn’t see that!

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Incredible photos detailing the amazing flight and approach into Queenstown.


Visiting here is definitely worth the trip!

Auckland is a complete letdown but you didn’t hear that from me

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Absolutely without a doubt my favourite pictures from the lot, the editing is superb and the angle is just perfect, probably one of your best yet.

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Now those are some amazing photos, and some great scenery, keep up the great work!

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I want to go to New Zealand but I don’t exactly know if we have the money or the time, 24 hours of travel from the East Coast of the US 😂

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Thanks! It’s always fun to see other planes in the air when climbing out

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Thank you! New Zealand’s scenery never disappoints