EGLL-KLAX and KLAX-EGLL. The two typical hubs and not-so-original destinations.
EPWA - EPGD? Really? 😮 I flew this route today and I was amazed how adorable the scenery to the south of EPGD looks like
yeah, idk, maybe that’s because I flew it so many times
Same reason nothing to see only the ocean 95% of the time
To be honest I would think that it’s any flight in the United States nothing about it is different or difficult.
McMurdo station to south pole airport
2D terrain and everything is white
If you fly to any of the frequently used hubs, you’re boring. Los Angeles, Heathrow, You’re boring.
Ngl flying in Poland do be boring
Honestly anything in Europe.
It’s a mess with every country doing it’s own thing.
Well to be fair I don’t mind long hauls into euroland, but short haul can be a pain with the amount of pedantic procedures and regulations.
However Japan has quickly become one of my favorite countries to fly to/in.
at least here in Europe we have different airports, not as in the US where everything looks the same lol
VHHH-RPLL. Because I have flown this route almost everyday when I first got my subscription.
Flying anything over water is pretty bland. And I haven’t really been impressed with Europe unless it’s over the Alps or something. 🤷🏻♂️
The Mid west and most of Europe are pretty boring to me, im also not a fan of The Beijing and Shanghai area.
i agree. I dont like flying into the east coast of the USA, the west coast has much better scenery.
East coast can be fun because it has some challenging airports like DCA but overall I prefer the west coast! And Florida is pretty good aswell!
DCA is fun, so is florida sometimes. I really like KSEA.
My favorite is KLAS (My home)
Has really nice scenery!
KLAS is cool aswell. I went there irl one time and went to hoover dam. The temperature in the parking garage was 118 degrees. Another time (this one on IF) i flew in at like 9pm and it was still 100 degrees with a 25kt crosswind.
Seattle is also amazing! I go up every year in irl and never disappoints!