Minneapolis to Anchorage
So this is week 2 (really 3 but we pretend that first one never happened) of my 757 awareness posts to try to get it reworked soon. As I’ve said before it is a beautiful and amazing Aircraft, but tough to fly in Infinite Flight. You can vote for the rework here. For today’s route, I flew Minneapolis to Anchorage, which was a route I’ve thought about for a long time, and @snoman gave me the idea last week. I used the Northwest livery, because I’m too cool take take suggestions (plz don’t take that seriously). I actually used it because for some reason whenever I see the Northwest livery, I think of the Northwest and mountains, I know, surprising. I also used it because I thought the Delta livery would be better suited for a flight in the future I might try, like Mexico City or San Diego to New York. Northwest merged with Delta in 2008 and it became the largest airline in the world, until the US Airways and American merger a few years later. Flight time was 5 hours and 25 minutes.
At 7:30 AM in Minnesota we lift off the runway, bound for the last frontier of Alaska
On the ground safely, but definitely not soundly in Anchorage!
As always please let me know your thoughts and your favorite photo!
Before Northwest merger with Delta in 2008, they carried the most amount of Passengers in the world, over what area
- The Pacific Ocean
- The North African Corridor
- The Atlantic Ocean
My last 757 post :)
And if you have any good 757 routes, let me know them!