Qantas Virtual Flight QF1-B - Clouds everywhere

1) Background to the photos
QF1-B, the second leg of a flight that connects Sydney to London, took off from Darwin International Airport for its final destination London Heathrow. Early on in the 16-hour flight, Captain Charles B, retreated to his bunker for a scheduled rest during cruise, allowing IF-Assistant’s First Officer Jan to monitor the flight. The scheduled rest ended as QF1-B crossed India at sunrise and entered Pakistan. Flying past Islamabad, the captain reentered his cockpit and was greeted with never-before-seen views of the IF skies: clouds everywhere, and it was a sight to behold. Amazed by the views, mid-flight shots are taken from multiple angles during the Islamabad phase of the flight. Such views made the Darwin - London flight an unforgettable trip for the pilots and passengers.

2) Detailed Flight Information including servers, time, route
Expert server
16:07
YPDN - EGLL

3) Photos
Somewhere over Islamabad

Terrain visibility starting to improve

Tower barely able to see the aircraft through the low-lying clouds and fog.

Of course, QF1-B safely landed in Heathrow, and parked at its designated gate in Terminal 3

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Love the story. Great photos @Charles_B!

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Thank you!!