the hong kong to guangzhou route is actually pretty common and has extremely high demand. if you want more information just dm @BP-Aviation he’s basically an expert in hong kong bay area aviation lol.
It’s carrying a satellite for SpaceX and some other stuff.
The Hong Kong to Guangzhou flight isn’t much of a suprise either for me. I’ve flown this route many times, and is actually super common if you ask me.
Ok. I just cross checked the registration HB-JNB on adsbexchange for Mar. 9th and according to the site, the 777 never flew that path. Also, judging by the extreme speed changes the ‘triple seven’ made on FR24 I don’t think the Boeing 777 actually flew this route. The data shows that the plane landed in Zürich and then the next flight departed out of somewhere in the western part of UK. I don’t think this is possible without the plane traveling there in the first place. I think a miscoded transponder is to blame.
angry climate activist noises
Bad weather in Orlando? What’s interesting is you have planes circling that are still 1 hour+ out from landing
A little off topic, I was just in the Orlando area and it is just thunderstorms for miles and heavy rain.
Yup, very bad weather I see
Hey that’s heading over to me!
Nice! I saw the actual departure, and it was a very clean looking plane! I also saw an American 737-800 landing, and it looked worse than Ryanair, if you can believe it.
my firend saw the 777X when it was over socal
Yeah I saw it too
According to this, there wasn’t anything being picked up by Fr24 between the time DL1563 crossed the runway and the time it took off.