|Quoting Rdwootty (Reply 2):|
AS both a BUS and Air enthusiast I liked your pics and report....Coming from UK we do not book southwest as they need the traveller to be th card holder as well. So this precludes us making bookings for them.Glad you enjoyed your flight but I would have been very hungry with only a Turkey sandwich between FLL and LAX . did you get videoed by the TV programme I watch that on Cable here
|Quoting TACAA320 (Reply 3):|
One "technical" question. About your last picture from the airplane. Is their any possible way to avoid such looking of the lights in the ground?
|Quoting Thepilot (Reply 1):|
Thank you for sharing. Wonderful pictures!
|Quoting Continental (Reply 10):|
I just got back from southern California two days ago, and I absolutely love that place! BTW, I was in Anaheim at the East Shuttle area going down to Costa Mesa/Newport Beach, maybe I saw you!
|Quoting AirScoot (Reply 12):|
I did this run 10+ years ago.. Unfortunately at the time it was a multi-multi-multi stop itinerary.. and I was moving back east from having done my time in Los Angeles. It was amazing how many cities you could see for $89. Nice to see you can do it in only one stop now
|Quoting Glid4500 (Thread starter):|
and directly south of the Gulf coastline...and flew over the city of Naaaaaaleans !
|Quoting Tom in NO (Reply 15):|
Nice report.....did you take any pictures of our fair city (New Orleans) as you flew over that you can post?
Tom at MSY
|Quoting Glid4500 (Reply 16):|
heres a so-so pic of New Orleans from 40,000. the window was quite dirty
|Quoting Tom in NO (Reply 17):|
Thanks for posting that! As many airplanes as I've seen fly overhead going to/from Florida in my 19 years working at MSY, this is the first picture I've seen looking down at me!
MSY is just visible in the lower left section of the developed area just above the Mississippi River.
|Quoting Glid4500 (Reply 18):|
i thought this shot was pretty cool looking down, as i never been to new orleans before
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