April 29, 2017

Flying across the Atlantic, with a cockpit view of the Milky Way


From SkyProduction on Vimeo: “Flying through the night, while the world beneath us is at sleep, is a pretty common thing as a longhaul pilot. Late evening departures lead to far distant destinations like Singapore, Hong Kong, Sao Paolo or J’burg. Depending on the direction of the flight the crew and the passengers either have a short night up ahead if flying eastbound or almost eternal darkness if headed westwards. Read the full article on: beyondclouds.ch/2017/04/05/vuelo-nocturno-the-magic-of-flying-at-night/.”

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