This morning I decided to fly to Innsbruck Airport; a dangerous, alpine airport in Western Austria synonymous with go-arounds, diversions, and technically difficult approaches. My route took me from the small British airport of Bristol across the country, over the British Channel, and over the European nations of Belgium and Germany, before descending into this alpine haven.
Airline: TUI Airways UK
Aircraft: Boeing 737-800
🇬🇧 Bristol Airport (EGGD)- 🇦🇹 Innsbruck Airport (LOWI)
Flight Time: 1:30 hours
Cruising Altitude: 35,000 feet
Blasting out of a windy overcast day in Bristol
Putting flaps up as we fly over the Bristol Channel
Reaching cruising altitude of 35,000 feet over the city of London
Crossing the British Channel with the Thames Estuary in sight)
Preparing for descent as we fly over the Black Forest in Germany
Approaching the Austrian Alps as we continue our descent
Turning onto final in the Innsbruck Valley
Buttering the landing into Innsbruck Airport
Special thanks to @NoahM for giving me inspiration and I hoped you enjoyed this!