This scenic flight takes us over the beautiful region of New England, allowing us to admire the stunning bays, inlets, and rich agricultural land below. We also have the opportunity to fly directly above the city of Boston, a historic and cultural hub known for its rich history and vibrant culture.
Upon arriving in Bangor, we find that it is a popular airport for transatlantic pilots, serving as a regular refueling stop for those making the journey across the Atlantic. In addition to its practical importance, Bangor is also home to the famous novelist Stephen King, who often sets his stories in this picturesque area.
Bangor International Airport (IATA: BGR, ICAO: KBGR) is a joint civil-military public airport located in Bangor, Maine. It serves as a hub for regional air travel and is a popular stopover point for transatlantic flights. KBGR is equipped with two runways and can accommodate a variety of aircraft, from small single-engine planes to large commercial jets. The airport is a vital transportation hub for the state of Maine and serves as an important gateway to the rest of the world.
Around The World – Leg 65
Distance: 30840 nm, 57116 km
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