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  1. Nachwort Inzwischen habe ich es auch endlich geschafft, meinen Reisebericht im Tagebuch zu vervollständigen, wobei meine Einträge zu den letzten Etappen (ab dem 24.02.2022) zugegebenermaßen sich im wesentlichen auf die nackten Flugdaten beschränken. Zum einen liegt das am zeitlichen Abstand zu den jeweiligen Flügen, aber auch daran, dass mir die Lust an Ausschmückungen jeglicher Art vergangen war. Diese Weltumrundung auf und neben den Spuren des Phileas Fogg gemeinsam mit so vielen Teilnehmern zu Ende gebracht zu haben, ist ein schönes Gefühl. Ich möchte mich bei allen Teilnehmern bedanken, die sich für meine Beiträge interessiert haben und auch ein positives Feedback gegeben haben. Und natürlich danke ich auch Aerosoft für die Organisation dieser Veranstaltung. English: epilogue In the meantime I've finally managed to complete my travel report in the diary, whereby my entries for the last stages (from February 24th, 2022) are essentially limited to the bare flight data. On the one hand, this is due to the distance to the respective flights, but also because I had lost interest in embellishments of any kind. This circumnavigation of the world on and next to the footsteps of Phileas Fogg It's a nice feeling to have finished it together with so many participants. I would like to present myself to all participants who were interested in my contributions and also gave positive feedback. And of course thanks to Aerosoft for organizing this event.
  2. Some facts of our tour round the world: We arrived on March 20th 2022 in the early afternoon at EGSS where we started on December 25th 2021. According to our flight plans of 27 flights we travelled 27, 649 nm in 63 h 30 m. The complete map view of our tour :
  3. Last not least the final flight: flight data of flight from EIDW (Dublin) to EGSS (London-Stansted) : Name Code Runways Wind Temp Altimeter Departure Airport Dublin, Ireland EIDW 16 150° / 15 kn 09° C 1025 hPa Arrival Airport London-Stansted EGSS 04 60° / 05 kn 10° C 1026 hPa F/P Distance 340 nm Date 2022-03-20 Block Time 12:33 – 13:56 Flight Time 12:47 – 13:46 Route PESIT DCT BAKUR N14 KENET UL9 CPT M183 SILVA TOW 71,4 t LDW 69,0 t route map : Screenshots: departing over Dublin. Over England during our descent to EGSS. The last landing during this tour at EGSS. Andf finally the aircraft that carried us around the world. Route Map of the last leg:
  4. Leg 8 : From New York to London Reaching JFK the end ot our tour round the world was near. In the light of the actual circumstances every crew member wanted to reach the final destination as quick as possible. So it was only a short discussion about the flight plans of the next and last leg. We excluded Cork and Liverpool as possible destinations. This last leg would only consist of two flights: First from KJFK (New York) to EIDW (Dublin, Ireland) and then from EIDW to EGSS (London-Stansted, UK) Flight data for flight from KJFK to EIDW : Name Code Runways Wind Temp Altimeter Departure Airport New York City, New York KJFK 13R 130° / 05 kn 09° C 1013 hPa Arrival Airport Dublin, Ireland EIDW 10R 98° / 17 kn 11° C 1030 hPa F/P Distance 2.907 nm Date 2022-03-19 Block Time 11:03 – 17:26 Flight Time 11:20 – 17:20 Route CANDR Q480 ENE J573 EBONY N325A ELSIR DCT 50N050W 53N040W/M080F350 54N030W 55N020W DCT RESNO DCT NETKI DCT CON DCT OLAPO TOW 88,8 t LDW 72,1 t Route Map: Screenshots: During out departure the visibility conditions were very poor. On our approach to EIDW we got an impression of Ireland. Beautiful weather at Dublin Airport at tea time.
  5. Reaching JFK this leg was successully finished. The picture beloy depicts the route of this leg:
  6. flight data of llight KOMA (Omaha, Nebraska) to KJFK (New York City, New York): Name Code Runways Wind Temp Altimeter Departure Airport Omaha, Nebraska KOMA 14R 0° / 00 kn 00° C 1014 hPa Arrival Airport New York City, New York KJFK 22L 241° / 20 kn 01° C 1024 hPa F/P Distance 1.023 nm Date 2022-03-13 Block Time 15:49 – 18:23 Flight Time 16:00 – 18:13 Route OVR DCT DSM J10 IOW J146 GIJ J554 CRL J190 SLT/N0468F330 J584 FQM DCT LVZ TOW 74,5 t LDW 68,9 t route map: some screenshots: deparing Omaha, Nebraska Passing Chicago, Illinois.
  7. flight data for flight from Salt Lake City (KSLC) to Omaha (KOMA): Name Code Runways Wind Temp Altimeter Departure Airport Salt Lake City, Utah KSLC 34R 330° / 18 kn -01° C 1021 hPa Arrival Airport Omaha, Nebraska KOMA 32R 14° / 06 kn -01° C 1023 hPa F/P Distance 745 nm Date 2022-03-10 Block Time 19:45 – 21:50 Flight Time 20:00 – 21:43 Route TCH DCT OCS J94 BFF DCT OBH TOW 72,8 t LDW 68,7 t route map: Screenshots: fly over moutains east of Salt Lake City (1). fly over moutains east of Salt Lake City (2). impression of the vegetation near Scottsbluff (Nebraska) approaching Omaha and flying over the South Platte River.
  8. Screenshtos: down town of San Francisoc. an impression of the Golden Gate Bridge. green vegetation in California. fly over desert regions suburbs of Salt Lake City below us.
  9. Leg 7 : San Francisco to New York City According to the rout of Phileas Fogg on continental US following interpediate stops were planned: - Salt Lake City, Utah - Omaha, Nebraska Flight data for flight form San Francisco (KSFO) to Salt Lake City (KSLC) . Name Code Runways Wind Temp Altimeter Departure Airport San Francisco, California KSFO 28L 270° / 13 kn 15° C 1018 hPa Arrival Airport Salt Lake City, Utah KSLC 34L 310° / 15 kn 03° C 1011 hPa F/P Distance 549 nm Date 2022-03-09 Block Time 20:39 – 22:22 Flight Time 20:55 – 22:13 Route MOGEE Q122 MCORD Q124 BVL TOW 72,3 t LDW 68,6 t route map:
  10. Route map for comlete leg from Tokyo to San Francisco:
  11. Screenshots for flight from Honolulu to San Francisco: passing suburbs of Honolulu. coast of California ahead.
  12. Am liebsten wären wir für immer in Honolulu geblieben, aber mit dem Flug von Honolulu nach San Francisco würde wenigstens die sechsten Etappe abgeschlossen werden. Aber es half ja alles nichts, irgendwie mussten wir weiter ... Der Flug verlief weitgehend ereignislos. In den Morgenstunden von Honolulu starteten wir um am frühen Nachmittag von San Francisco ankommen zu können. Dort war es wie erwartet spürbar kälter als in Honolulu. English: We would have preferred to have stayed in Honolulu forever, but with the flight from Honolulu to San Francisco at least the sixth stage would be completed. But nothing helped, somehow we had to continue... The flight was largely uneventful. We left Honolulu in the morning hours to arrive from San Francisco in the early afternoon. As expected, it was noticeably colder there than in Honolulu. Flight Data : Name Code Runways Wind Temp Altimeter Departure Airport Honolulu PHNL 08L 050° / 09 kn 23° C 1019 hPa Arrival Airport San Francisco KSFO 28L 000° / 03 kn 07° C 1028 hPa F/P Distance 2.124 nm Date 2022-02-26 Block Time 17:26 – 22:22 Flight Time 17:41 – 22:16 Route CLUTS R465 CIVIT/N0468F350 R465 CINNY TOW 84,8 t LDW 72,8 t Route Map:
  13. Screenshots: Passing Honolulu Mauna Loa. Mauna Kea. Passing Maui. Finishing the Hawaii Tour. Route Map: Flight Data : Name Code Runways Wind Temp Altimeter Departure Airport Honolulu PHNL 08L 070° / 08 kn 26° C 1020 hPa Arrival Airport Honolulu PHNL 08L 070° / 08 kn 26° C 1020 hPa F/P Distance 550 nm Date 2022-02-24 Block Time 20:19 – 22:00 Flight Time 20:32 – 21:55 Route HAUNA DCT IKOA DCT TARDE DCT ITO DCT BARBY/N0468F360 DCT IOGG DCT RABBS TOW 69,5 t LDW 66,1 t
  14. Flight tour Hawaii 2022-02-24 Noch vor dem Abschluss des 5. Tour-Abschnittes wollten wir noch einen Rundflug über einige der Vulkaninseln der Hawaii-Inselgruppe unternehmen. Auf dem Programm stand vor allem die grösste Insel Hawaii mit den beiden Vulkanen Mauna Kea und Mauna Loa, sowie die Insel Maui mit dem Berg Red Hill. Es war schon fast Mittag in Honolulu auf der Insel Oahu als wir am 24.02. zu diesem Rundflug starteten und das Wetter sommerlich warm, wenngleich bewölkt. Honolulu war leider eingehüllt in einer nebligen Luft. Als wir Kurs in Richtung Hawaii waren konnten wir es kaum erwarten bis wir die beiden Vulkanberge zu Gesicht bekommen würden. Aufgrund der doch recht großen Ausdehnung der Inselgruppe mussten wir uns in Geduld üben. Und so kamen die betrüblichen Geschehnisse dieses Tages auf der anderen Seite der Welt wieder in Erinnerung. Und als dann endlich die Insel Hawaii erreicht war, konnten wir doch nicht so recht den Anblick genießen. Wir umrundeten den Vulkan Mauna Loa, der mit einer Höhe von 4170 m einer der größten aktive Vulkan der Erde ist. Sein letzter Ausbruch war 1984. Danach steuertem wir den schlafenden Mauna Kea an, der mit 4205 m Höhe der höchste Berg von Hawaii ist. Die wirkliche Größe der Vulkane ist aus der Luft nur schwer zu würdigen, da große Teile unter der Wasseroberfläche verborgen bis auf den Ozeanboden reichen. Leider wurden die Anblicke auch von einer recht dichten Wolkendecke auf der Ostseite der Insel erschwert. Und so machten wir uns dann nachdenklich zurück auf den Weg nach Honolulu und beendeten diesen Ausflug mit einer butterweichen Landung auf der doch recht welligen Runway 08L auf. Schon in wenigen Tagen würden wir in einem winterlichen San Francisco verweilen müssen... English: Before the end of the 5th tour section we wanted to do a sightseeing flight over some of the volcanic islands of the Hawaiian archipelago. On the program was above all the largest island of Hawaii with the two volcanoes Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa and the island of Maui with Red Hill. It was almost noon in Honolulu on the island of Oahu when we started this tour and the weather was summery warm on this February 24th, albeit cloudy. Unfortunately, Honolulu was shrouded in foggy air. As we were heading towards Hawaii we couldn't wait to see the two volcanic mountains. Due to the quite large extent of the archipelago, we had to be patient to reach Hawaii. And so the sad events of that day on the other side of the world were remembered. As we finally reached the island of Hawaii, we couldn't really enjoy it. We circled the volcano Mauna Loa, which is one of the largest active volcanoes on earth with a height of 4170 m. Its last eruption was in 1984. Then we headed for the sleeping Mauna Kea, which at 4205 m is the is Hawaii's tallest mountain. The real size of the volcanoes is difficult to appreciate from the air, since large parts are below the surface of the water hidden down to the ocean floor in approx 5.000m to 6.000m depth. Unfortunately, the sights were also made difficult by a fairly dense cloud cover on the east side of the island. And so, thoughtfully, we made our way back to Honolulu and ended the excursion with a buttery soft landing on the rather bumpy Runway 08L. In a few days we would have to be in a winterly San Francisco...
  15. Screenshots: sun rise on the way to Honolulu of which day ? 13.02. ?! Passing Pearl Harbor. touch down on rundway 08L. route map:
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