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Kingsford Smith Intl.

Sun Oct 08, 2000 12:41 am

Attn. all you Aussies: (Or those familiar with SYD.)
I am FINALLY going to Aussie this December. (Well, it's not definate yet, but I'm very hopeful.) Does anyone know what is the most common approach to SYD, and if there are views of downtown and the harbour, what side of the aircraft are they best viewed from. Not that it really makes any difference, but I'm arriving from LAX on NZ.
THANKS VERY MUCH!
Cheers Mates, and Happy Flying,
-Nikko
 
Mr.BA
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RE: Kingsford Smith Intl.

Sun Oct 08, 2000 8:13 am

Hello Nikko,

Try e-mailing fellow Craig Murray and Glenn Alderton. Sorry if I spelled your names wrongly, but I love your photos from Sydney.Keep it going!!!

Alvin
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rongotai
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RE: Kingsford Smith Intl.

Sun Oct 08, 2000 12:05 pm

Excellent views of the city and harbour from the left hand side when approaching from the north. However the view is from the right hand side on the downwind leg if the approach is over Botany Bay
 
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RE: Kingsford Smith Intl.

Sun Oct 08, 2000 12:36 pm

If you arrive on 16R (The winds must be southerly) then from the left hand side of the aircraft you get a view of Sydney Harbour and the bridge, etc.

Regards, Steve.

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RE: Kingsford Smith Intl.

Sun Oct 08, 2000 7:59 pm

isnt the correct term "Happy Landings"??? anyways have a good time 
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