Re: airspace boundaries

Message posted by JimK on May 14, 2006 at 7:49:06 PST:

If you have money to burn, try flying Albuquerque to San Francisco (or vice versa) and get a window seat on the north side of the airplane. It flies over Las Vegas high enough to see well into the ranges. You won't see any real detail but things like Dogbone Lake are very obvious. Night flights are interesting too because there are some lights out there where nothing appears on the map. The smaller airplanes are better because they generally fly lower. Of course you would want a clear day.

Denver to San Francisco usually takes you on a line between Delta, Utah, and Lake Mono, California, and goes directly over Tonopah, NV, so a south facing seat will let you see into the ranges.

In Reply to: Re: airspace boundaries posted by lone wolf on May 13, 2006 at 9:34:04 PST:


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