EGLL to YSSY

Hello,
today I did a flight from EGLL-YSSY (also named project sunrise)together with @Flying_Pencil and @Planespotterdca . Sadly both weren’t able to land but I decided to continue the flight alone. The flight was on the expert server and took me about 19:30h the departure was on the 26.11.19 21:00z and the landing was at the 27.11.19 at around 16:15z.
I hope you all enjoy the pictures I made on this beautiful flight!

Departure out of EGLL with an A380 in the background

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Turn out of EGLL

View of a beautiful sunset

After this the next highlight is the sunrise

A picture after my first approach with following go around because I was too fast

And touch down

I hope you enjoyed viewing these pictures
Greetings NJ24

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Didn’t Qantas just open this route yesterday?

Also nice pictures!

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Love the 4 picture but all of them is great👍

Thanks ,
no I don’t think so in the moment they are still testing the route and check if it’s profitable.

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Thanks I also like it;)

What flight level did you flew and how much fuel remaining?

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I’ve started at FL330 then climbed above Dubai to FL370 via IF-A and above the beginning of Australia I climbed to FL410
I took every Gramm of fuel and I had 40 minutes remaining so something around 4,500kg left.

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love the picture of sunrise!!! beautiful!!

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Nice photos bet it took a while to fly :)

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No, the non-stop was a one time only research flight (there has been a nonstop wit a B747 once about 30 years ago as well (I believe), but this isn’t a regular direct route.

The Qantas/BA flight LHR-SIN-SYD has been there for a while though.

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@NJ24 Great shots, especially the go-around in Sydney is a stunner! Thanks for sharing!

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As I said around 19:30h a night and a school day😂

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HAHA love it

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Thanks a lot

Thanks
Yes luckily I had to do it😂

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Always see the bright side of life! ;)

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That’s correct🙂

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Pretty cool flight. I have seen you taking off at EGLL after I landed :)

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No, and not anytime soon. Those were just test project sunrise flights by Qantas and they aren’t happy with the aircraft in stock currently.

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Amazing pics!

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Thanks a lot

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