Where are you traveling in 2018?


For me nothing much.
I’m flying Southwest for the first time traveling to KDEN from KSDF to see ELO
Click on my youtube link to see it (the trip is in early August)


I’m going to Tokyo with


Ooohhhh, you are in luck!
ANA is great, here’s a video on them (Simply Aviation)

And credit that photo


Already seen that and it is one of the best liveries ever


Trust me, premier gold is not that great. The only thing it gets you is pre-booking of EconomyPlus seats, which is nice on small planes. It also gets you priority boarding, but it doesn’t get you much else.


Eh. Still nice. Also, I get more miles per dollar spent.


Two weeks from now:
Minneapolis-Houston: Delta CRJ 700
Houston-Minneapolis: Delta CRJ 900

Minneapolis-Delhi: Delta 767-300, Virgin Atlantic 787-9
Delhi-London: Virgin Atlantic 787-9
London-Houston Hobby: Virgin Atlantic A340-600, Delta 717

Minneapolis-St. Louis: Delta MD90
St. Louis-Minneapolis: Delta 717

Minneapolis-Tokyo Hadena: Delta 777-200ER
Tokyo Hadena-Minneapolis: Delta 777-200ER, Delta 757-300

Minneapolis-Ushuaia: Delta 717, Aerolíneas Argentinas A330-200, Aerolíneas Argentinas 737-800
Ushuaia-Buenos Aires: Aerolíneas Argentinas 737-800
Buenos Aires-Bariloche: Aerolíneas Argentinas 737-800
Bariloche-Minneapolis: Aerolíneas Argentinas 737-800, Aerolíneas Argentinas A330-200, Delta A319

December/January 2019:
Minneapolis-Catania: Delta 767-300, Alitalia A321, Alitalia A321
Catania-Minneapolis: Alitalia A321, Alitalia A330-200, Delta A319


Going to MSP I see, what do you plan on doing? If going for business, work, if for pleasure (which is rare for MSP), there’s the U.S. Bank stadium, the Guthrie Theatre, the Mill City Museum… (we have more stuff than people think). Also if you’re outdoorsy, the Boundary Waters are beautiful.


Star Alliance Lounge Access, 2 bags at 70lbs each. It’s definitely worth it. Do you speak from experience?


Yes, never heard of the Star alliance lounge, and you can’t get in the United lounge. The free bags are nice though.


I’m visiting Orlando, Chicago, Madrid, Telluride, New York, and Washington D.C. for school.


I will be flying on British Airways from Austin the London Heathrow round trip on a 747-400 on May 23-June 3


Right now, I have 2 places going on plan.
•Aeromexico to Los Cabos From Vegas
•Hawaiian Airlines to Honolulu from Vegas


NZWN-NZQN on March the 30th as NZ605 then April the 1st NZQN-NZWN as NZ606 both in A320 and also doing NZWN-NZQN and back for a day trip sometime in April on a ATR72-600 don’t know the details yet


The UA lounges would be so overcrowded if that was the case. This is why no legacies offer lounge access to their own lounges, ie. DL Skyclub.


Going to Malaga in the summer


IAD-NRT ANA 777-300. Configuration: 2-4-3
NRT-KLIA ANA 787-9. Configuration: 3-3-3
NRT-HND ANA 787-8. Configuration: 3-3-3
Transit from HND-NRT by train. (15 hours layover)
NRT-IAD United 777-200er. Configuration 3-3-3


My dad has a student, whose parents have a house and a cabin on a beautiful lake and they said we can go there anytime to relax and go fishing. Similar situations with Denver and Budapest. Getting outside and enjoying nature and fresh air is one of the main reasons my interest in aviation has significantly gone down. Anyway, I don’t know if we plan on visiting local landmarks but the trip is a bit overdue and we’d like to go there this summer.


LSLC (Switzerland (LS), Living Room (L), Couch (C )) and LSBB (Switzerland (LS), Bedroom (B), Bed (B)).

I have to save some money because I moved in an own apartment a few weeks ago, so I probably won’t be able to travel a lot this year. Rent, insurances, etc aren’t cheap in Switzerland. Last year, I visited Canada on my own for around 10 days. So I really don’t complain. Staying at home isn’t that bad. Still, it’s more relaxing then going to work.


Had my first two already, in a Embraer 120

!sneak pic of the cockpit