|Jan 30, 2009, 04:21 PM|
Very nice vid. Nice and steady. When the sun darkened the ground a bit one could almost imagine you were at flight level five zero (fifty thousand feet) instead of at a couple hundred feet AGL. Smooth flying too.
Note: Runways are numbered in two digets only and the number indicates the heading required to land on it in 10's of degrees. The L or R is optional and indicates Right or Left if parallel runways exist. e.g. 18R means the right runway running due South.
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