*BY FULL FLIGHT IT MEANS IT INCLUDES ALL MAIN STAGES OF FLIGHT; NOT LITERALLY THE WHOLE FLIGHT!*
Flight Details, route & more. Please read before commenting —-
Why so long? Simply because I wanted to give you guys as much detail as possible. Mainly with the descent, you can tell I filmed 85% of it with ATC. It’s for people who are interested of the steps of descending beyond just looking out the window. You don’t have to watch the full video as I know a lot don’t have time. If you want to skip to approach then go to 50:00 minutes in. We were in the hold at Bovingdon (BNN) for around 25 minutes so didn’t film all of it ha. Here are some Flight Details:
Flight: UAL934 Los Angeles LAX – London Heathrow LHR
Aircraft: Boeing 777-222/ER (N792UA)
Time: DEP: 5pm Local, ARR: 12:30pm Local
Date: DEP May 7th, ARR May 8th
Seat: 26A (Economy Plus, older cabin)
Route: 25R HOLTZ9 TRM PKE J78 DRK RSK HGO MCK MCW GRB J101 SSM YUY MT ROBBE STEAM OYSTR 55N050W 56N040W 56N030W 55N020W RESNO NETKI NIBOG UN551 BEL UL10 WAL NUGRA BNN1B 27R
How did I get ATC? United offers you to listen throughout on their Audio Channel 9, I then simply put my headphones to my Camera’s Mic! For the Departure you can tell the ATC is lower, because I used United’s headphones and not my ones unlike for the Arrival.
Camera? Sony HX100V Recorded and Edited in 1920x1080p 59.59FPS in Sony Vegas Pro
How’s the flight? Well as you saw on my seat it was the older Cabin so the TV’s were awful and not used. Good thing I had my Laptop, iPhone & a Window! Seats weren’t too comfortable but not as bad as Virgin’s! Service was great though, very friendly crew. Food however has gone down hill with United in my eyes, not the best so good thing I had Mc Donald’s at the Airport ha. Flying back to the US on June 27th so hopefully I will get to experience their newer cabin. That’s all I have to say, decent Flight but if you can go Air New Zealand on this route then I recommend them over UA. I didn’t fly them because of the price as the Olympics prices were ridiculous so I had to take the cheaper option. Well second, Virgin were first ha! Anything else I haven’t put you’d like to know comment below.