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Final video from my first visit of the year to Manchester Airport. This one starts after 1pm when Runway 23L reopens. We had already been here for a good 6 hours so wasn't planning to stay too much longer. We left around half 2-2:45 and caught a good variety of movements on this runway before heading home The weather had been a charm of fortune the entire time we were there, with very little or no clouds insight. At this point of the trip temperatures were hitting 27 degrees up in Manchester, which is quite warm for a May Bank holiday! I do love spotting in nice warm weather so all in all had a good time Video includes Virgin 747 & A330, Emirates A380, Lufthansa 747 (Divert), Qatar 787, TUI 757, Icelandair 757, Austrian E195, Ryanair 737's, Easyjet A319's and A320's, SAS A320 NEO and more! If you enjoyed this video, please like, comment, share and subscribe! Twitter: https://twitter.com/CPlanespotting Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Casey-Plane-Spotting-FB-1690534827843943/
Flight Number: IR815 Aircraft: Boeing 747-SP86 A/C Reg: EP-IAC Route: Kuala Lumpur KUL to Tehran Imam Khomeini Airport IKA Flight Time: 08h 24m (Block Time) Class: Homa
As a frequent flyer, there’s one question I’ve struggled with when it comes to regional flying: Who has the worst CRJ200? Is it Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, or United Airlines? Each of these airlines rely on CRJ200s Regional Jets to make short, thin routes profitable. And, on that account, the CRJ200 Regional Jet seems to work. By virtually any other measure, though, the CRJ200 is terrible, making Delta, American, and United experiences less pleasant. Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, and United Airlines all operate CRJ200 Regional Jet aircraft through their regional partners (Delta Connection, American Eagle, and United Express). Over the last couple of months, I’ve traveled onboard CRJ200s belonging to each airline. Spoiler Alert: It was TERRIBLE! In this video, I’ll share my experiences on each airline so that you can decide which one you think is the worst. Was it the: Delta CRJ200 American CRJ200 United CRJ200 (United CL65) I’ve also included some interesting facts about the history and current status of the CRJ200. Be sure to leave a comment to let me know which one you think is the worst! For more trip reports, please subscribe to my channel! https://www.youtube.com/jebbrooksflies Check me out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jebbrooks/ And don't forget to take a look at my travel blog: https://greenergrass.com/ Music: Knocking – Cushy Obey – Cushy Spaceships – Cushy
Hello and welcome to an overdue trip report! Been a bit quiet on the upload side of things with uni hand-ins, but here's the promised 747 video! Join me as I made another hop across the pond in late January onboard British Airways and their retrofitted Queen of the skies! Over-all I really enjoyed this flight and everything seemed to go smoothly. A big plus always comes up when the middle seat is free, and all my worries about the slightly tight leg room vanished when my neighbor on the aisle told me his wife wouldn't be joining the flight. As always at DFW, the departure was busy and the taxi took us past the evening rush. Due to the nature of this flight being flown 90% in the dark, I wasn't able to record much by way of the food served to us on the flight, but I must say its better than what I've come to expect with BA economy class. The main was served just over an hour outside of DFW, the choice was between pasta and chicken. My pasta was somewhat tasty and well heated in the middle, but with a lot of airline foods, the edges were a little crisp and tasteless from steaming. The meal was served with the usual suspects, salad, bread, cheese and a small cheesecake pudding. Midway through the flight, snacks were brought around which consisted of a small ice cream which was a nice refresher, but I feel they could have done a few more water runs through the cabin. An hour outside of London, I was surprised to be handed a little breakfast box containing a ham bagel served with a drink. This was a nice touch especially after previous flights which only offered breakfast bars and granola as 'breakfast'. The flight really breezed by, which is a sure sign that the airline is doing its job in terms of comfort. I'm not sure the story would have been the same if I was crammed against the window with someone in the middle, but I can only comment on what happened. After landing there was a mishap which must have screwed a few peoples connections over. After arriving on time, due to the cold temperatures in London, the two jetbridges at T5's remote terminal wouldn't budge leaving us stranded onboard. This fiasco ended up taking nearly an hour to resolve and was clearly a cause for a lot of embarrassment for the flight crew and stewards onboard who apologized profusely. It's unfair to blame BA for this issue, and the way they handled the problem was exemplary so I'll add it to their score which finished at 8/10. Hopefully, I'll get back to some more regular trip reports over the summer, be sure to stick around for the A380 Syd-Dfw report as well as a return trip to Iceland with Easyjet! Don't hesitate in leaving any comments, and feel free to subscribe!
Enjoy two spectacular takeoffs featuring the biggest aircraft operating now at Skiathos, the Thomson 757s, blasting the spotters behind! ATC communications are also available! ➤ Make sure to Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/theplanesnet?sub_confirmation=1 Watch 4 Thomson B757 LOW LANDINGS at Skiathos here: https://goo.gl/VjzAZ8 Watch an amazing compilation of Thomson heavies (B757, B767 and B787Dreamliner) in Rhodes here: https://goo.gl/UK8kRn Watch more planespotting videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmTkmvsYjdQfVAUNgdW-DG6FIWmPe5_4x Watch more planespotting videos from Skiathos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmTkmvsYjdQfehqanm3VEWyE61aVFh3M1 Watch AFW 2016 Airshow Videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmTkmvsYjdQdfetm5sGkHJjYJLtSBmnvB Watch In-Flight/Full Flight Videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmTkmvsYjdQeotkMWipY6HAvZeltfYw4b ➤My Google+ page here: https://plus.google.com/+theplanesnet/ *More about me: My name is Giannis, 18 years old student pilot from Rhodes, Greece. I love the aviation and I wanna be a pilot and Flight Instractor. I hope to have my PPL within 2016.I created this channel to share with you aviation moments I film.The only cost in my channel is to support me by watching/sharing my videos and if you like my channel you are kindly requested to Subscribe. Thanks for watching!
Welcome to another trip report! On May 10, I flew on an Ex-Northwest Airlines 757 from New York to Seattle.
The flight was over an hour delayed, causing me to miss my connecting flight. I was pretty impressed with the seat, as it reclined very far. The meal was very good, and the F/As were very respectful, unlike those people in 5C & 5D.
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Airline: Delta Airlines
Aircraft: Boeing 757-251 (N545US)
Seat: 5A (First Class)
Flight Number: DL805
Route: JFK to SEA
Flight Time: 6 hours, 16 minutes
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