The new PilotsEYE flight route leads over the Atlantic Ocean, Greenland, and the north of Canada, to the pacific coast. It casts a glance at the Boeing factory and wraps up with a visit to the world-famous Museum of Flight.
A trip with PilotsEYE.tv to Seattle and the Boeing factory. The flight leaves from Frankfort over the North Sea. The plane continues across Greenland over the most northern alternate airport Thule. The route travels over the fascinating ice landscapes of the Canadian Archipelago, and on to Cambridge Bay, south of Victoria Island. The weather allows for an extensive view of the Canadian North-West territories, as well as its capital Yellowknife. Sunlight glances off the snow and glacier of Mount Robson, the highest mountain of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. After passing by Whistler Mountain, the former volcano Mount Garibaldi Vancouver appears. Written by