Well, its a case of as soon as you are up, you are coming down again. BRS
-PLH a few weeks ago took 21 mins, quite a scenic route. From BRS
you head towards Western-Super-Mare, then bank left and fly over Hinkly Point, getting a good view of North Devon too
From there it usually heads south again and followed the M5 down towards Exeter, you should get a good view of EXT
airport as well, then a slight right hander and follow the A38 to Plymouth. landings are normally a bit bumpy, last time our stewardess stated "I don`t like landings, especially not at Plymouth" which gives you confidence!
There's no in flight service, and your not allowed to leave your seat due to the short flight time. I`d recommend that you ask for seat 2D
, lots of leg room by the emergency exit, but if you want to do any in flight photography bring a cloth as all the windows are smeared, well worth it, by being on the right hand side of the aircraft you get a spectacular sunset. By the way there are still a few safety cards left
I have got some pictures, but they are still being developed, thank god its only 3 more days till I get my 300D!
Not sure if I can make it to PLH on Thursday, have to work from 10:00-21:00 major ouch but I`ll see what I can do,
...love is just a camouflage for what resembles rage again...