Yesterday, I flew from Sacramento (SMF) back to Los Angeles (LAX) on a Southwest 737-700 (N455WN). On the way up to Sacramento, I flew on N932WN, it isn’t a special livery or anything but it isn’t the same plane that is in Infinite Flight as the Canyon Blue Livery. Here are some of the pictures from my flight back from Sacramento to LA, enjoy!
I also asked the pilot a few questions.
Q: What was your path to becoming a pilot?
A: I took the Air Force route. It is one of the best ways to go because it is free pilot training, and you just owe them 10 years.
Q: During takeoff, what pitch do you use?
A: We usually use 7-8 degrees on rollout, and from there, we raise the nose gradually.
Q: What is the work schedule like at Southwest?
A: Sometimes, we have 3-5 flights a day, but we fly usually for 3 days straight, and then we are able to rest.
If you want to see the landing and takeoff videos, look on my YouTube Channel @sbaviator, I already have the videos for LAX-SMF on there.