That aircraft looks pretty close to the ground in that shot, Moose. I expect
that there were no approaches in poor weather.
> On 1 Dec 2017, at 01:35, Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I think all four Cathay Pacific flights were 777s. We did get upgraded from
> premium economy to old style business class on the Bangkok to Hong Kong
> flight due to a change of equipment, but I think it was just a different seat
> layout. I've since received promos from them about new Airbus equipment on
> (some of?) those routes.
> Bangkok <=> Paro, Bhutan is DruckAir/Royal Bhutan Airlines, which flies a
> couple of A319s. from Wikipedia "Paro Airport is located deep in a valley
> 2,235 metres (7,333 ft) above sea level, and is surrounded by mountains as
> high as 4,900 metres (16,100 ft)."
> We arrived on the morning flight. Here is the afternoon flight coming in to
> land. Behind and below it is the famous Tiger's Nest, the cliff top monastery
> most often seen in anything about Bhutan.
> <https://photos.app.goo.gl/7PX0N0D15GR20T853>> Above are a couple of newer
> Der Fliegende Moose
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