On this new long-haul flight, I decided to give the A350-900 some love and show some SAS colors over the Northern Hemisphere. Flown by SAS’s new A359 is this 9 hour long haul flight from Copenhagen, Denmark to Chicago, USA. Unfortunately, it has been replaced by the A333 until COVID-19 dies down. It’s inaugural flight took place in January.
Lining up for runway 22L is the raccoon-masked A359 with clearance to get the show on the road!
A smooth high rate out of Copenhagen Kastrup with them quite engines
An hour later, we are flying over the Norwegian Fjords at FL360
After step-climbing over the Arctic Sea to FL380, we pass over Nuuk, Greenland.
The SAS tail showing it’s pride over the Hudson Bay in Canada
Passing by overhead of Lake Heron in the Great Lakes on the border of Canada and the U.S.
A bright full moon shines over the morning sun in Michigan on descent.
On short final for A359 as the GPWS says “Retard, Retard”