Delhi to Newark (DEL-EWR)
Hello everyone! Today’s #screenshots-and-videos topic is from a recent flight from Delhi to Newark in the United B777-200ER. The title above must’ve been confusing, but here’s an elaboration:
Delhi is very famous for their masala tea along with dunked in oil, deep-fried snacks that we know we shouldn’t eat for health concerns, but consume anyways. Meanwhile, Newark is very famous by the name of Ironbound, related to when immigrants residing there opened up bakeries & restaurants.
I’d like to thank @NYFLFlyer22 for flying alongside. It was an awesome flight with a super cool somewhat-parallel takeoff :)
Airline & Aircraft: United B777-200ER
Passengers & cargo loaded for the flight, with a nice sunrise shine
Engines ready to roar while @NYFLFlyer22 pushes back. Taxiing to RWY 09.
An awesome parallel (Not really, welcome to angle tricks) takeoff from RWY 09 & 10.
Climbing out of Delhi on a clear morning of sorts.
And we’re flying past Amritsar, super famous for the Golden Temple & of course, the Amritsari kulcha accompanied with chole! Fast forward to…
Greenland! Looks so beautiful! Nice view with a cool skyline. @Pingu, how’s the welcoming ice for the penguin? :)
Fast-forward, we’re near New York & descending down for the approach. Passengers are buckling up, @Captain_JR is trying his best to not spill the Mango Juice he ordered for breakfast, while @ItsBlitz looks for his phone case that he dropped.
Gears down in Newark-Liberty International Airport, the 6th largest airport in the United States with more flights than JFK. Quite a feat when it’s only 40 percent of the land size of JFK.
Unloading the cargo below of Mango & Pineapple Juice that @Captain_JR took with him in cargo, @NoahM’s golf balls after he switched to Ran Airways as a Platinum member, @ItsBlitz’s phone cases, @Thunderbolt’s USB-C Apple charger, @Pingu’s miniature penguins, & I missed everyone else. Don’t be offended though… lol.
Well, that’s all I had in store for today. Which pictures would you like me to post?
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