On July 27th, I flew from my hometown of Jacksonville Florida to Salt Lake City. This is about our first flight which was to Denver.
We arrived at the airport at about 7:30 for our 8:45am flight. Security was a breeze as usual here and we were on our way. Our aircraft, unfortunately still in the old livery, was waiting for us at gate A1 which is actually Frontiers gate here at JAX. We boarded our A319 on time and we were off.
After a fun departure from JAX, we climbed above the clouds. We headed north for a bit before turning towards Denver.
Then it was time to eat!! A personal favorite of mine that is. I was expecting the snack bag United had for Covid but we got a full service. Each passenger got a choice of drink, a water bottle, pretzels, and my all time favorite airplane snack (sorry biscoff), a stroopwafel.
After what seemed like a very long 3 hours, we began our descent into Denver. It was very bumpy which is typical for the area as it is hot and at a high elevation (5000+ ft).
After a very smooth landing we were on the ground. We taxied around the entire C concourse passing by a whole bunch of planes, my favorite was this Evo Blue 772. We got to gate B25 and we were off to the next flight, after getting chick-fil-a of course.
And that’s it! Thanks for reading my little report here and I’ll have the other 3 flights up on here in the next few days.