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supervioletrays
Airports

From small airports where all the cheap airlines land to my own Atlanta, the airport where the most people head in and out every day, flying is the easiest way to get to where we are going! Tell us your flight stories, airport nightmares, etc!

   

   

Vash the Stampede
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i passed through Denver airport and it was hectic, there was a storm.  the plane lands just past these mts that created heavy crosswinds.  the wings tipped up and down so much you could see the ground out of both sides of the planes windows.

after my lay over, taking off was sucky too.  the winds had died down, but the plane traffic jam was heavy.  we waited on the runway behind 15 or 20 other planes.

supervioletrays
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Thats pretty intense. I've always had pretty smooth air travel, except for the time we hit some thunderstorms heading for Louisiana... The turbulence was pretty rough, but once we broke the storm, the flight passed directly through a rainbow on the way down.  It was so magnificent to be able to look out both sides of the plane and see the different colors.

Vash the Stampede
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wow! cool story.  did you see any gremlins like in Twilight Zone?  the original not the movie, with shatner?  lol!

iamthedevil
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I think flying is a total pain in the @$$. The wife and I (I think this goes waaay back to before we were married) had to fly from NY to FL and back in the middle of a vacation... long story. So first we get delayed overnight trying to leave NY. They put us up in a hotel, upgrade us to first class, etc. Our connecting flight is also delayed.

We finally get to O-Town, do what we have to do, and then fly back to finish our vacation. More delays. So we've missed our connecting flight again. So they send us to a different airport, and have to pay a taxi to take us upstate to reunite w/ her parents. And the driver decides the Jersey Turnpike is the best way to go. So long story short- a total pain in the @$$.

I dunno if I ever had to fly anywhere since then. I'd rather drive.

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