American Airways Boeing 777-300ER Complete Flight: London to New York (AA107) (with ATC)

A complete period complete flight video in actual time with American Airways, from London Heathrow to New York JFK, working flight AA107 on September 12 2015. **Each and every …

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34 thoughts on “American Airways Boeing 777-300ER Complete Flight: London to New York (AA107) (with ATC)”

  1. It looks to me that the aircraft after takeoff first flies over Slough, then over some countryside and it then flies over Swindon, and then I believe it flies over about 10 to 20 miles north of Bristol, Cardiff, and Swansea. Then after crossing the Irish sea, it flies over the coast around Wexford. Then, I'm guessing that it flies over about halfway between Limerick and Cork.

    I've been to many of these places. I've taken the train from London Paddington to Swansea, Wales numerous times, via Reading, Swindon, Bristol, and Cardiff. When looking out the window on this flight video, I was trying to see spots that I'd recognize. However, they're going to look different from over 20,000 ft high than they did when I saw or passed through them on the ground. Ireland certainly looks just as beautiful as Wales, I'm sure, but have yet to visit Ireland. I'd like to go there

  2. Key moments in video:

    00:11:40 Pushback
    00:12:30 Safety video/engine start
    00:24:40 Captain's welcome announcement
    00:28:40 Line up, takeoff runway 27R
    00:52:00 Crossing Welsh coast into Irish Sea
    00:56:25 Captain gives route and weather information
    01:07:00 Crossing Southern Ireland
    01:19:30 Crossing Irish coast into Atlantic
    01:37:35 Dinner service (Thai Green Curry chosen)
    02:06:25 Altercation between passengers resulting in intervention by the cabin crew
    02:44:45 Demonstration of IFE
    06:52:10 Entering US Airspace. ATC begins, contacting Boston Center
    06:56:50 Instructions from ATC to hold due to weather at JFK
    07:00:30 Captain announces delay due to holding pattern
    07:07:45 Holding pattern commences
    08:00:47 Commencing approach over Long Island. Captain asks cabin crew to prepare for landing
    08:05:00 Descend to 3,000ft
    08:06:15 Contacting JFK Approach
    08:09:55 Reducing speed
    08:14:11 Turning to intercept final
    08:15:03 Cleared for VOR approach
    08:16:00 Contacting tower, cleared to land
    08:16:55 Breaking through clouds over New York
    08:19:10 Sharp turn at low level on Canarsie approach
    08:20:55 Touchdown, with lots of spray
    08:27:30 Pulling on stand
    08:32:38 Deboarding

    Video taken from seat 31L.

    Airline: American Airlines
    Flight: AA107
    Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER N728AN
    From: London – Heathrow (LHR)
    To: New York – John F Kennedy (JFK)
    Departure: 17:22
    Arrival: 20:13
    Flight Time: 07:51
    Seat: 28L

  3. You're riding on a jet airliner on route from London to New York. You're at 35,000 feet atop an overcast and roughly fifty-five minutes from Idlewild Airport. But what you've seen occur inside the cockpit of this plane is no reflection on the aircraft or the crew. It's a safe, well-engineered, perfectly designed machine. And the men you've just met are a trained, cool, highly efficient team. The problem is simply that the plane is going too fast, and there is nothing within the realm of knowledge or at least logic to explain it. Unbeknownst to passenger and crew, this airplane is heading into an uncharted region well off the beaten track of commercial travelers—it's moving into The Twilight Zone. What you're about to see we call "The Odyssey of Flight 33

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