Checking in at Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)

Arriving at Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) driving on International Parkway. The airport is controlled by three control towers and in the middle of the terminal complex is the original one built in 1974.

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A view towards Terminal A, used mostly by American Airlines for domestic flights. Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) has five terminals and 165 gates. Terminals A, C, and E (from north to south) are on the east side of the airport.

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Overview of Terminal C and a control tower for the terminal area.

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Used to be a classic view at Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW). Plenty of American Airlines MD-83 traffic.

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American Airlines MD-83 at the gate and arriving Emirates Boeing 777 in the distance.

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Terminal E used primarily by Delta Airlines.

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Pushing back in front of Terminal C.

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American Airlines Boeing 737 at the gate of Terminal C.

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While enjoying interior details TSA evacuated a part of the terminal to check a bag that nobody reclaimed.

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Our American Airlines Boeing 757-200 arriving from its last flight to dock at the gate.

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Ready for boarding at the gate C2.

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Takeoff from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)

Boarded. And pushing back as the rainy clouds loom over us.

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Into the clouds. And above.

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US Midwest cruise

It was quite bumpy ride across American Midwest. Wingflex on American Airlines Boeing 757-200 are here to prove it.

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Our DFW-BOS route.

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Over Kentucky. Close to the city of Paducah we overfly Barkley Regional Airport (PAH) used mostly for general aviation.

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Leaving Ohio. Overflying the city of Warren and Youngstown-Warren Regional (YNG).

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As we descent into Massachusetts we leave Albany — the capital of the state of New York, settled next to Hudson River.

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Landing at Boston-Logan (BOS)

Exit on D and towards taxiway C. A nice overview of Boston-Logan (BOS) terminal area and the control tower.

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Holding short and crossing runway 4R.

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Boston-Logan (BOS) Terminal C which serves mostly JetBlue Airways.

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Terminal C also hosts regional airline Cape Air. A fleet of Cessna 402’s parked in front of gate C27.

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Boston-Logan (BOS) central control tower. It is a local landmark with its pair of segmented elliptical pylons and a six-story platform trussed between them. Docking at Terminal B used by American Airlines.

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