Last night (or this morning) I flew an overnight flight from Paris Orly to Cayenne. I flew this route because Cayenne was one of the featured IFATC airports, but like always, I seemed to find the one featured airport that didn’t have active ATC. I haven’t flown many overnighters recently, but this one was a really nice flight. I used the Air Caraïbes A350 which is used in real life. Cayenne is a Coast City in the country of French Guinea on the Northeast Coast of South America. The Air Caraïbes A350 is one of my favorite A350 liveries along with the FrenchBee A350. I took off in the early hours of Paris, flew southwest past the coast of Portugal and then on to Cayenne. We cruised M0.83 and 35,000 feet until I climbed to 41,000 feet late in the flight. My flight time was 8 hours 48 minutes. This post is pretty similar to this post I made when the A350 was just realized, but the flights were very different The Turquoise Blue A350 to the Crystal Blue Waters of the Caribbean
ORY-CAY • LFPO-SOCA
Paris Orly to Cayenne
French West 643
8 Hours 48 Minutes
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