Journey – Halifax to Paris
We flew via West Jet on a Boeing 737-800. Very nice craft. The highlight for me was that the pilot was a freind from many years ago – Kevin Dort. I’m quite sure that I’ve been in an aircraft when Kevin was PIC in the past – but it was a much different bird back in those days.
During the flight I watched a movie Love, Simon. Terrific movie – I laughed, I cried. So many truths! The other movie I watched was un-remarkable… so, no remarks!
It was odd to fly east – into the rising sun – morning comes on VERY quickly that way. As we flew over Ireland it was light enough to see western coast of that huge island. Then the east coast o England and for quite a few minutes the beautiful terrain of southern England. Some of which was much more rugged than I had imagined. One thing I noted in southern England there are many small airports – many, many in close proximity!
Then as we crossed the English Channel it was amazing to see the coasts of both England and France as I thought about the thousands of aircraft that made that crossing during the Second World War – never to return.
Northern France is beautiful. Just gorgeous from the air and as we were preparing to land we were low enough to see it well.
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