Yesterday, I flew French bee from Paris Orly (LFPO) to Newark (KEWR) which French bee will start operating from the 18th of December this year. French Bee is an airline I haven’t flown yet until now and it has a nice livery so I thought I might as well fly to Newark as it was on the ATC schedule. The flight was really just a normal transatlantic crossing besides the STRONG winds battering the plane about.
Server – Expert
Route – LFPO>KEWR
Flight time – 8h40 Approx
Aircraft – FrenchBee A350-900
Callsign – F-HREU
Average Cruise – FL410 then FL350 because of wind at Mach 0.85
Boarding passengers at terminal 4.
Lining up RWY24, Cleared for takeoff.
Positive rate, Gear up! What a nice view!
We’ve descended though the STAR and are now on short final on RWY04R at Newark.
50… 40… 30… 20… 10… SMOOTH as butter. Welcome ladies and gentleman to the U.S.A!
Vacated the RWY, cleaned the wings crossed RWY04L and taxiing to the gate.
Viewing ourselves from terminal C deboarding passengers and offloading cargo at terminal B.
Hope you’ve enjoyed these shots. Its a simple flight but worth trying.
please feel free to comment below what you thought about this flight or post.
Until next-time, See ya