Yesterday, me and @SWA1997 hosted an event where we flew from Baltimore/Washington International (KBWI) to Salt Lake City International (KSLC). Let me tell you, it was a blast! And I couldn’t help but take some photos and make this topic that you’re reading right now. So, enjoy the photos!
Sitting at the gate prepping for our flight. Here we have a wing view from @aircasa_88’s 737.
Upon departure from KBWI, @Aviation108 passes through 2,000ft as I pass through 10,000 (don’t worry, we were spaced out before reaching cruise).
Catching the strobes while passing over the Appalachian Mountains (A.K.A. the cooler mountains 😛).
The gateway to the west. Welcome to St. Louis, Missouri!
Goodbye Great Plains, hello Rocky Mountains! (A.K.A. the slightly-less cool but just as awesome mountains).
The shiniest engine you ever did see! Passing over the Rockies as we near our destination, KSLC.
Flying full manual as I guide my 737 down to the ground, KSLC in sight. I flew manually the rest of the flight after disengaging autopilot at 15,000ft AGL.
Mountains in the background as I’m on final approach cling in hot. I floated for a few feet, but the landing was smooth butter 😜.
On the ground at KSLC after a great flight. A majority of us used the Southwest 737’s, but @plane_guy12 used the Delta 737, so he’s extra-cool. 😎
Pictured here (left to right).
I’d like to thank everyone who attended this event by me and @SWA1997. It means a lot to us that so many people came.
Thanks for stopping by, have a great day IFC!