• BIRTHDAY ONBOARD SilkAir Boeing 737-800! | MI151 Yogyakarta to Singapore
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    BIRTHDAY ONBOARD SilkAir Boeing 737-800! | MI151 Yogyakarta to Singapore

    Hello Guys, welcome back to My Channel I’m currently at Adisutjipto Airport Terminal B in Yogyakarta I’ll fly with Silk Air from Yogyakarta to Singapore And I’m gonna be on their Boeing 737-800 This is my first time on their B738 And let see how’s the flight experience with SilkAir on flight MI151, from Yogyakarta to Singapore I’ll fly with SilkAir Boeing 737-800 with registration 9V-MGB This aircraft has 12 Business Class Seats and 150 Economy Class Seats I was seated at seat number 14F At the emergency exit row Legroom was great! Every seat also equipped with USB Port and Universal Power Outlet After boarding completed Wet Towel distributed…

  • The Vanishing of Flight 370 Mystery!
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    The Vanishing of Flight 370 Mystery!

    From its takeoff, to the mysteries behind it, and more, join me as we explore the vanishing of Flight 370 and its mystery. This particular flight was in route to Beijing, China and was going over the Indian Ocean when it suddenly and inexplicably altered course from its targeted path. Not long after, it vanished from all radars with no word or reason as to why. The plane had 239 passengers on it, plus the crew. Springing into action, a search for the missing plane began based on the last known coordinates of the craft. But no matter how far they searched, whether it was above the water or below,…

  • S. Korea’s third chartered flight to Wuhan brings back 147 S. Koreans, their Chinese families
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    S. Korea’s third chartered flight to Wuhan brings back 147 S. Koreans, their Chinese families

    we start with our continuing coverage of the corona virus outbreak a third chartered flight from the virus stricken Chinese city of Wuhan landed this morning at Seoul’s Gimpo International Airport for latest we have Aram Jian on the line for us Jian we here this flight arrived back a few hours ago yes mark the plane landed at around 6:20 a.m. Korea time it brought back 147 people and for the first time it includes around 60 Chinese nationals who are the immediate family members of the South Koreans among those there are reportedly five people that show symptoms of the virus those people were moved to the National…

  • Surviving a Turbulent Crash Landing on the SFO Runway
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    Surviving a Turbulent Crash Landing on the SFO Runway

    [MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: Asiana Flight 214 was nearing the end of an overnight flight from Seoul, Korea, to San Francisco. Ben Levy is a frequent flyer returning home. I fly pretty often for business or visiting my family. I’m already from France, and so I fly long distance a lot. I fly in and out of SFO a lot, so I know the airport very well. NARRATOR: Many of the other 291 passengers are Chinese, including a group of teenagers on their way to summer camp in the United States. Asiana 214. Heavy, runway 2-8 left, cleared to land. Landing checklist complete. Clear to land. On glide path. NARRATOR: The…

  • How to earn on flight tickets – Flight affiliate programs
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    How to earn on flight tickets – Flight affiliate programs

    Flight affiliate programs are the way to start earning online for selling flight tickets You would earn up to three percent of the ticket price The first step to making money is to choose the flight affiliate program Travelpayouts unites three flight affiliate programs – JetRadar, Kayak and Kiwi.com To choose the best option, check the details in the dashboard, then join the program for free and get the affiliate tools Affiliate tools promotion is the second step Travelpayouts provides a wide range of tools, including links, banners, widgets, white label, and an API that suits newbies and professional webmasters You can simply post the link in your Facebook page…

  • Why You Can’t Open An Airplane Door Mid-Flight
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    Why You Can’t Open An Airplane Door Mid-Flight

    This is episode 123 of “The Twilight Zone,” “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet.” Arguably one of the most iconic episodes of the show ever made, it stars William Shatner as a: Clip: Portrait of a frightened man: Mr. Robert Wilson. Narrator: Bob sees a gremlin on the wing of the plane and decides the only possible solution to the problem is to steal the air marshal’s gun, open the emergency exit, and shoot the thing. Clearly, this scene is complete fantasy. And I’m not talking about the gremlin. There are a couple of reasons why you can’t open an airplane door mid-flight. The first being: It’s locked. But there’s another big…