- published: 02 Dec 2012
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Sim : Xplane 11
6 hours of pure hell from Manchester England to Banjul in The Gambia West Africa. It was a bit early to get mortal as it was a 8am flight and i wasn't feeling my best. Now don't get me wrong..i'm not spoilt by flying in business class, i'm spoilt by flying on good economy airlines like Emirates and Air France...flying Charter is ok if you've never flown on a real airline...but please...6 hours in a 28 inch legroom seat...no real IFE, no PTV, no free drinks...its just greed, greed, greed...with Thomas Cook...no wonder they are going bust...Never again on a charter airline for flights more than 3 hours.
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Watch In HD Gambia Bird a319 Manchester Airport 31st May 2013 It took off on RWY 23L at around 08:10 BST This is a charter for the Summer Only Thanks For Watching Please Rate, Comment and Subscribe Please watch My Other Videos
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