Making Tough British Manuever To Runway To Avoid Noise Pollution

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Making Tough British Manuever To Runway To Avoid Noise Pollution

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Shalom and greetings all my pals,

Presenting a nice British Caledenian A310 charter flight from EGKK Gatwick Airport 29.5 miles south of Central London to LFMN Nice Côte d'Azur Airport 3.7 miles southwest of Nice in the Alpes-Maritimes départment of France carrying movie celebrities and motion picture industry bigwigs to Nice to attend Cannes film festival that requires tight maneuver stunt to the airport to observe noise pollution ordinance

Airborne on climb to F350 passing background view of suburbs of London

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Nice wing view of suburbs of London

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Climbing climbing climbing to start the route: MID UN615 XAMAB UL612 RESMI UM728 OBEPA UM133 LERGA UY30 LATAM UY22 NISAR (Sorry if I did not clean dirt around passenger doors )

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Intercepting MID waypoint above green countyside of West Sussex where you can see in front of nose Ebernoe Common Nature Reserve and turning left to head eastward toward France

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You can see River Adur below the plane

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Passing city or town of Worthing where you can see motorway A27 behind the tail of the plane

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Crossing waters of famous English Channel

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Cruising at F350 across English Channel with view of France looming ahead

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Intercepting VEUlE while approaching and passing French shore where French nuclear reactor called CNPE De Paluel is located in front of nose

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Passing entire city landscape of Paris and its Seine river on way to intercept RESMI

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Wing view of Paris and its LFPO Paris Orly Airport located partially in Orly and partially in Villeneuve-le-Roi seven miles south of Paris

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Cruising across French countyside

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Forgot the name of those high hills

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You can see Swiss Alps in background

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On descent from Fl350 to 10,000 ft

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At 10,000 ft above forests of Parc Naturel Regional Des Prealpes D Azur

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Wing view of same area

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Now starting very difficult maneuver on way to runway 04left that requires the plane to fly along few miles off the shore and make sharp right turn to runway when the runway comes into visual as wealthy people of Nice do not want noise pollution by planes over the city and beach shores

You can see in the successive screenshots the plane keeping its REQUIRED distance away from the French shore for sake of noise pollution while at 3,000 ft

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Wing view showing required distance between the plane and the French shore

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Making left turn few miles off the shore of the area of de la Garoupe to get ready for difficult approach

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Deploying landing gear

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Wing view of city port of Antibes which is famous resort place located between Cannes and Nice

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Passing Antibes city landscape

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Runway 04left is now in visual and time for sharp 90 degree right turn

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Starting sharp right turn while keeping distance away from the French shore for sake of noise pollution

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Positioning to approach to the runway 04left

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Seconds before touchdown

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TOUCHDOWN

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Braking down

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Exiting from runway to taxiway on way to gate with background view of mountains of Bezaudun-les-Alpes

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Thank you for viewing!! Stay tuned for next exciting trip!!

Regards,

Aharon

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Nice shots Aharon, I always liked British Caledonian :thumbsup:
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THanks Aharon, one of my favourite colour schemes - it looks good on the A310 and stunning on the VC-10 and DC-10.

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Lovely pics .. a slight nitpick , but isn't that an A300B4 ? I cannot recall any A310 ever being on the British Register, nor indeed operated by a british Airline

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Hi Chris,

BCal had these... http://www.british-caledonian.com/A310.html Not sure if it was leased or how long it was on the register for though.
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Well I'm blowed . I take it all back ( except that Aharon's aeroplane is an A300 ! ) . Incidentally I only ever once travelled on an A310 and it was horrible, porpoising and yawing continuously . Whether it was the pilot or autopilot malfunctioning we shall never know

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Re: Making Tough British Manuever To Runway To Avoid Noise Pollution

Post by Aharon »

TSR2, Kevin, and Cstorey,

Thanks for your kind words. :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:
TSR2 wrote:
15 Dec 2019, 18:59
BCal had these... http://www.british-caledonian.com/A310.html Not sure if it was leased or how long it was on the register for though.
Actually, BCAl bought 3 units of A310 but only two were delivered and in BCAl service for one year flying different routes from Gatwick to North African destinations and one route to Geneva.
cstorey wrote:
15 Dec 2019, 18:09
I cannot recall any A310 ever being on the British Register, nor indeed operated by a british Airline
The answer is above.

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Aharon

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