Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome on board Delta flight 1352 from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City. Today we are looking at about an hour flight time, and some pretty turbulent conditions up at our cruising altitude of 37,000 feet. Again, welcome on board.
Today @Kamryn and I decided to do a group flight from LAX-SLC Duh… Read the title..
Los Angeles serves as a major hub for many airlines, and its convenient pacific location makes it the idea departure for pacific bound flights. It also houses many domestic flights within the USA.
SLC is a hub for regional travel inside the United States. It serves as a hub for Delta Airlines. Salt Lake City is commonly referred to as “The Crossroads of the West”. Delta is most known for using SLC as a major A220 hub.
Time: Departure was 1:00 PST
Aircraft: Delta 738
Parked at the gate in the city of Angels.
Taxiing our way to runway 25R for takeoff.
Up up and away!
Climbing up and out of Los Angeles, about to encounter the San Gabriel mountains.
Cruising over southern Utah.
Descending into Salt Lake, we had some amazing views of the lake and it’s surrounding lakes.
Preparing to turn base into runway 16R.
Final onto 16R, while @Kamryn is on final to 16L.parallel approach!!
Short final while an A350 holds short.
Here at the gate in Salt Lake with @Kamryn and another Delta 737 in the background.
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