Tag Archive: landscapes

Cumulonimus clouds

Rainbow in the sky, Mycockpitview

Cumulonimbus cloud over Germany, Mycockpitview

If they sometimes can be challenging from an operational point of view, Cumulonimbus clouds are always beautiful to observe, be it because of a lightning, a rainbow or amazing colours at sunset.

Saturday morning flight to Nice

Cannes vue du ciel - Mycockpitview

We did not get the usual routing via Monaco, but flew over Mandelieu before getting vectors for the VOR B runway 04L. It was nice to get a change and get this wonderfull sunrise view over Cannes. (Gopro 5 screenshot from a 4K video)

Cap d'Antibes vu du ciel - Mycockpitview

Shorlty after, we were established on final descent, flying along the Cap d’Antibes.(Gopro 5 screenshot from a 4K video)

Décollage de Nice - Mycockpitview

And about 45 minutes later, flying out of runway 04R, back to Luxembourg. (Gopro 5 screenshot from a 4K video)

London City by night

London City Airport by night - Final runway 27 - Mycockpitview

Final runway 27 at London City Airport, on a crystal clear night. That’s the view we discovered breaking out of the clouds. Definitely in the top 5 of the Luxair destinations.

Massif du Mont Blanc

Overflying the Alps is always something magic. Here is a view of the Massif du Mont Blanc on a crystal clear day.

Massif du Mont Blanc, mycockpitview

Q400 on final approach, Innsbruck – Austria

In the heart of the austrian Alps, Innsbruck is an amazing place. Pilots need a special training to be able to operate to/from Innsbruck, due to the high terrain around and special approach and departure procedures. This is where the Luxair Q400’s undergo their C check. Those pictures are from my second flight there, in January 2018. For my first flight, I did a video of the approach and landing that you can see here. One of the most beautiful approach I have ever flown…

Q400 on final approach, Innsbruck - Austria, mycockpitview

Q400 on final approach, Innsbruck - Austria, mycockpitview

Q400 on final approach, Innsbruck - Austria, mycockpitview

Luxair Bombardier Q400 in Innsbruck

In the heart of the austrian Alps, Innsbruck is an amazing place. Pilots need a special training to be able to operate to/from Innsbruck, due to the high terrain around and special approach and departure procedures. This is where the Luxair Q400’s undergo their C check. Those pictures are from my second flight there, in January 2018. For my first flight, I did a video of the approach and landing that you can see here. One of the most beautiful approach I have ever flown…

Luxair Bombardier Q400 in Innsbruck - mycockpitview

Luxair Bombardier Q400 in Innsbruck - mycockpitview

Luxair Bombardier Q400 in Innsbruck - mycockpitview

Luxair Bombardier Q400 in Innsbruck - mycockpitview