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Your Perfect Flight/Trip

Tue May 30, 2006 11:17 am

After reading the dream route topic I had this idea, here is the scenario... Imagine you have won a trip that includes the following. Free air fare for four flights to three different cities for two people. Your free flights must be realisticly scheduled flights. But your 3 destinations can be based on a good friend you want to see, exotic vacation spot, flying the route just for the airline or aircraft. Ill use my trip as an example of what to go off of.
The Rules for Connecting flights are you are only allowed TWO connecting flight on the trip. Remember to save the last flight to get back home!

Ill start off my trip at ATL (close to where I live) with my girlfriend coming along with the second ticket given, and take Delta 130 on a 767-300ER to Munich to visit some old friends, ski the Alps and visit the historic city.

from Munich ill take Lufthansa 438 on an A340-300 (would have rather rode a 744 ill save my two connections) into Dallas/Fort Worth. In Dallas I will visit a good friend who lives there, maybe catch some Rangers baseball while im in town.

For my final destination ill take American Airlines 2058 from DFW to St. Maarten. Ill have to use my connection and pass through San Juan, Puerto Rico taking American Eagle 5170 on an ATR-72 into SXM. Ill use the final leg of my trip to spend some alone time with girlfriend, enjoy the sun and beach, and fantastic spotting!

Sadly the trip must come to an end so ill take Delta 2712 SXM to Newark (using my last connection in EWR) on a 737-300 and from there fly home on my favorite commercial aircraft in its best livery, a Delta 757-200 flight 1790.

All in all that would be my dream trip, seeing old friends and exotic places while riding on some of the classiest airliners.

I Hope you get the idea and I am interested in what your trip is going to be like! Have A Go
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