Nice I gotta try them soon!
Nice routes! I honestly wouldn’t have flown these if Misha didn’t post it.
MaxSez: Interesting rotogravure. Unfortunately the failure to provide at least recommended “Flight Plans” (as previously noted) for the top 5 destinations leaves a lot to be desired. The common links provided are well know & utilizes by most members and only useful for some Fledgling.
The travelogue & photo’s where slick, almost Travel and Leisure Magazine like, but edited down for myopic IF membership consumption.
Hopefully, future editions of this recurring feature will include extract-able Flight Plans for each destination/route featured rather than common links.
Some of us prefer the KISS method or a simple cut & paste.
Thank you for your hard work
I like it when you guys update the 777 200er but, can you guys update the 777 300er, and update the Airbus a350 1000 it would be appreciated thanks.
Hey Cyril! Welcome to the forum. Good news on the B777-300ER! That is being reworked at this time. You can follow all development progress and news via Development Timeline | Infinite Flight and on Infinite Flights official social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Their tag is @Infiniteflight on those social media outlets. As for the -1000 variant on the A350, they are unfortunately not looking into making that variant. You can find more as to why below. Hopefully this helped!
Great routes I would love to fly!
This painting of the airlines of Angola is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the 772. I believe that behind Varig only. This painting really made history, because it is beautiful, it is magnificent.
Undoubtedly, the IF development body got it right when developing this painting for aircraft.
Already tried 3 of these amazing
What B777 is it? I sit the b777-200? Or the B777-300?
In the title it says these routes are for the B772.
But, there’s no beoing planes that’s named b772.
I think it’s a typo
The Boeing 777-200ER is the B772.
The Boeing 777-200LR is the B77L
The Boeing 777-200F is the B77F
The Boeing 777-300ER is the B77W
ok I got it! Thanks @BennyBoy_Alpha
thats the sound Ryanair Boeing 737s make when landing lol.
yes the math behind ryanair landings is very interesting.
I was referring to the routes, but alrighty.
oh sorry bout that.