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Old 12-01-2014, 02:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Seen Qantas Flight 7 an A380 fly over Yuma 5 minutes ago, on its way to DFW from Sydney. Wow what a huge contrail!
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I live just south of Sydney by the beach, and often see QF A380s (As well as 777s/787s) en-route from MEL to LAX (or visa versa) crossing the coastline: the contrails sure are huge. Once they pass here, there's pretty much nothing but ocean until Southern California.

When I leave home on a clear morning I often look up think about the people on the south-bound flights gazing red-eyed out their windows and for many, catching their first glimpse of Australia (and land) after many long hours through the night as they break the coast and head inland for MEL.
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I live just south of Sydney by the beach, and often see QF A380s (As well as 777s/787s) en-route from MEL to LAX (or visa versa) crossing the coastline: the contrails sure are huge. Once they pass here, there's pretty much nothing but ocean until Southern California.

When I leave home on a clear morning I often look up think about the people on the south-bound flights gazing red-eyed out their windows and for many, catching their first glimpse of Australia (and land) after many long hours through the night as they break the coast and head inland for MEL.
I'll always remember that first glimpse of land, when I visited Australia for the first time. Came in to Sydney around 6:00 during sunrise and the approach was memorable. I remember my excitement when I spotted the Opera house & whole Quay on approach. That first Australia trip will always be one of my most memorable trips. What a great 2 & a half months it was ! Been back twice since then, and although they were both great trips, nothing compares to the first time.
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