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Trip Report: RTW FRA-DEN

Sun Jul 04, 2004 8:13 pm

as mentioned last week (http://www.airliners.net/discussions/aviation_hobby/read.main/51900/), I continued my INN-F R A trip on a 7E7 (LH Livery this time) from F R A to DEN.

so I got ready for take off...

pushed back...

and queued at the runway

line up

and (ok, not according to the official procedures  Smile ), a right turn over F R A

getting on course (I did a direct GPS routing)

and leaving europe near AMS

crossing the UK

and for another 3 hours just water...

greenland - I love it!

north american airspace...

entering colorado - preparing for approach

leaving our crusing altitude

turning towards the outer marker through the clouds - unusual bad weather in DEN today...

final approach

and done

taxiing to the gate (short hold because of traffic on the runway)

and finaly, engines off

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