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PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 1:08 pm    Post subject: JetKonnect/Jet Airways B73H/ATR CCU-GAU-CCU Reply with quote

Ahhh I did intend on posting these a long long time ago, but alas.

The India part of the India trip went exceedingly well.

JetKonnect S24363 CCU-GAU. Third time on VT-JLE, and the 2nd time within 4 months.
Winter Break 2016 (5): Konnecting to Kaziranga (S24363 B73H CCU-GAU Y, Dec '16)
Youtube video trip report
Bonus pictures from Kaziranga included.

Jet Airways 9W2472 GAU-CCU. Maybe my last flight on 9W's ATR?
Winter Break 2016 (6): My last flight on Jet Airways' ATR (GAU-CCU, Y, Dec '16) + Scintillating Sunderbans

Youtube video trip report
Bonus pictures from Sunderbans included.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 2:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A set of lovely TRs, Sir!
Vivd, as any JB trip report is, in terms of pictures, and descriptions.
The North-East part of India has always been enchanting: I have never been abel to venture anywhere East of Guwahati, or Southwards, unfortunately.
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf: I have also patronised this joint, and the one in the domestic part of NSCBIA itself, as well.
The Haj operations at NSCBIA used to operate from the erstwhile T1-A International part, if I remember correctly. There is a chance that the T1-A Domestic part may get integrated into the current T2 domestic part.
I have been to GAU in 2003 and then in 2017...and I can now relate with some of the sights you have shown, in your pictures.
And yes, lovely wing and winglet shots again!
The Kaziranga shots were outstanding...the expressions of the doggie, the stork and water bird reflections, the reflected rhino, and the tea cup from the spout's point of view. Superb.
The 9W AT7s look to be around for a while, now.
The GAU construction and the lines...
The Sunderbans part was sheer eye candy: the net being cast, the water and people around it, and the fauna which only you can click so well...I wish I could do such exotic destinations, and of course, write and click as well as you!
Cheers, Sumantra.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2018 9:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sumantra wrote:
A set of lovely TRs, Sir!
Vivd, as any JB trip report is, in terms of pictures, and descriptions.
The North-East part of India has always been enchanting: I have never been abel to venture anywhere East of Guwahati, or Southwards, unfortunately.
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf: I have also patronised this joint, and the one in the domestic part of NSCBIA itself, as well.

Thanks for checking out this one, sir! Hope you are able to visit these beautiful places some time - they are a different story altogether. Good to know we share similar experiences while at CCU, too! Smile

sumantra wrote:
The Haj operations at NSCBIA used to operate from the erstwhile T1-A International part, if I remember correctly. There is a chance that the T1-A Domestic part may get integrated into the current T2 domestic part.

I imagine with this part growing rapidly, I wouldn't be surprised if the entire old terminal is completely used for Hajj operations.

sumantra wrote:
The Kaziranga shots were outstanding...the expressions of the doggie, the stork and water bird reflections, the reflected rhino, and the tea cup from the spout's point of view. Superb.

Thank you so much, sir! Smile

sumantra wrote:
The Sunderbans part was sheer eye candy: the net being cast, the water and people around it, and the fauna which only you can click so well...I wish I could do such exotic destinations, and of course, write and click as well as you!
Cheers, Sumantra.

I am very happy that you enjoyed these pictures, thank you so so much!
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