Jeddah : From a different perspective

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Approach to runway 34L, Jeddah

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Another good package of photos.

AirBlue Airbus A340 at Jeddah is a good catch.

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Amazing photographs and certainly a different perspective to what a normal passenger might see. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks Vaqar

Gyro-copters flying close to beach in Jeddah.. there's a small airstrip near corniche and one can see many gyros flying every evening around the coast line..


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Another beautiful photograph. Captures the sunset very well. Are the gyro copters privately owned or do they take fare paying passengers on sight seeing tours?
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x_man, very nice photography from your office

i have a question, is the catering self service or any specific crew serve on board during freighter flight?
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Thankyou all.

@ Vaqar : I have never visited the gyrocopter club but heard that they do take passengers on the joyrides around Jeddah but dont know how much they charge .

I was looking at the below website and found that they even run training courses for the gyros. Every evening one can see lot of gyros around Jeddah beach, I guess they are quite popular here.

http://en.west-sky.com/NewsDetails/GYRO ... AINING-284


@ Raihans : There is no specified crew who is responsible for serving the catering on freight flights . Many times we fly with cockpit crew only and sometimes additionally with a loadmaster or a ground engineer.

Typically everyone makes their own tea/coffee and warm their own food however as a courtesy one does offer to make tea/coffee for other crew members.
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