This page will be an experiment in many ways. Enjoy the adventure!
The Server: Casual Server
The Time: 2200Z
The Place: Resolute Bay Airport
The Story: Southwest Airlines was experimenting with new international flights on their 737s. Rather than going south to the Caribbean, they are going north to the Barrens. This was the story of one of those flights.
Southwest Airlines Flight 765 has just taken off from Resolute Bay for a six-hour flight south to Dallas-Love Field. They will never expect the craziness ahead of them.
As we leave the airport’s vicinity, we see a marvelous Northern Sunrise.
Kugaaruk Airport is an unexpected stopover after we realized we had to have more fuel than expected.
The passengers get a big slice of unrealism when we takeoff…we pushed backed right onto the runway and took off!
Welcome back to the lonely skies of the Barrens!
Our first officer unknowingly shifts the rudder over while making some adjustments to the controls. We are now in a dive straight for the trees of Southwestern Ontario and Southeastern Manitoba.
The incredulously powerful first officer is able to get our plane out of the dive, line us up with a 2000 ft turf runway, and even butter/grease the landing! All of this was done by hand too! (This airport was Northwest Angle Airport in MN)
That is the amount of runway left by the time we stopped. Even I was clapping from my side of the screen!
We arrive at the terminal and the looks on everybody’s faces say it all…we made a miracle.
So, how was the new setup? How were the pictures? Feel free to tell me in the comments!
Thanks for stopping by!