By Aharon Dayan 1090798
#519433 Shalom and greetings all my pals,

Chanukah and Christmas are around the corner and month of Novemnber signals time for serious holiday shopping which means serious overload of cargo hauling works by all airlines which have to add extra planes to handle holiday cargo load madness.

Presenting charter holiday cargo hauling flight by Air Canada cargo DC-9-30 from CYUL Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport 12 miles from downtown Montreal to CYVO Val-d'Or Airport located 2.5 nautical miles south of Val-d'Or, Quebec, Canada.

Airborne on climb to FL220 after take off from runway 06R

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Still climbing at runway heading passing entire city landscape of Montreal where you can see three bridges called in following order from screenshot's right to left: Pont Champlain bridge, Pont Victoria bridge (route number 112), and Pont Jacques-Cartier bridge (route number 134)

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Time to make left 180 degree toward west passing background view of Montreal's suburb of Montreal-Nord where you can see Prairies river running across near top of the screen

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Still on 180 degree turn toward west passing background view of intersection of two highways route numbers 15 and 640 located in suburb of Sainte-Therese

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Still on 180 degree showing sun's sunrise glow on the plane

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Now time to go north with background view of very controversial CYMX Mirabel International Airport located 21 nautical miles northwest of Montreal

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Cruising at FL220 northward

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Passing Blue Sea Lake at YMW waypoint where monstrous snake-like animal with a horse head monster called Misiganebic or Grand Serpent lives

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Descending from FL220 to 5,000 ft

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Thank you for viewing my flight. Please stay tuned for next exciting flight.

Regards,

Aharon