A Series of Unexpected Flights - Part II - Air France A320

Welcome to A Series of Unexpected Flights, a set of reports where I fly real routes operated for… unexpected reasons!

Today’s flight is AF617 operated by Air France between Miami and the beautiful Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. Pointe-à-Pitre is an overseas territory of France and the national airline operates regional A320 flights to destinations such as Miami, Montreal or St. Maarten.

Flight Details

Origin: Miami International Airport (KMIA/MIA)
Destination: Pointe-à-Pitre (TFFR/PTP)
Aircraft: A320-200
Airline: Air France (AF)
Server: Expert
PAX load: 150Y
Flight time: 2h40’

1 - Holding short RWY12 while a BA A380 arrives from London Heathrow.

2 - Leaving Miami with a busy scenery

3 - The Air France livery is beautiful against the Caribbean islands

4 - PTP Airport does not have 3D scenery yet so I will end the report with another beautiful angle

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