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Anaconda, Beer, and Dude: 00-JNL flightradar24 LIVE AIR TRAFFIC EC-MA C-GPAT DL302 /DAL302 Delta Air Lines THIS GUY 3D VIEW DAL302 SJU JFK SAN JUAN AST (UTC -04:00) NEW YORK EDT (UTC-0400) ARRIVAL DEPARTURE SCHEDULED 1:05PM SCHEDULED 5:01PM ACTUAL 12:52 PM ESTIMATED·4:26PM GREAT CIRCLE DISTANCE: 1,598 Mt JB 205 MI 1,401 Mi IN 03:04 00:29 AGO . DL302 AVERAGE FLIGHT TIME: 03:22 More DL302 flights TYPE (B739) Boeing 737-932(ER) ai Plote Vicgi REGISTRATION N840DN SERIAL NUMBER (MSN) 31951 MODE-SCODE AB8031 AGE (APR 2015) 2 years Recent N840DN flights St k CALIBRATED ALTITUDE VERTICAL SPEED Nev Antigua and C 34,000 ft 0 fpm TRACK GPS ALTITUDE 36,100 ft Montserrat Speed & altitude graph usd loupe GROUND SPEED TRUE AIRSPEED N31 467 kts N/A 0.720 Ma TEMPERATURE INDICATED AIRSPEEDMACH 274 kts N657JB ominic WIND N/A N994 N -16.6"F FIR/ UIR SAN JUAN OCEANIC artinique RADAR F-MDPC N751C 9Y-TAB as SQUAWK LATITUDE LONGITUDE 353221.4069 -66.1963 dickslapthestate: keepitmovinshawty: aheartmadeofkyber: So Delta flight 302 flew in to San Juan, picked up passengers, and threaded one arm of Irma on the way out. The pilot basically said “hold my beer” and took on a hurricane. I am not entirely convinced that Poe Dameron was not flying this plane, to be honest. You can read the Twitter thread here. Everything about that story was amazing. Delta probably set a record for the turnaround too. “And if the passengers would look out of the starboard window, they will see A MOTHERFUCKING HURRICANE. ALSO A HURRICANE TO PORT AS WELL.” My dude landed and took off in less than an hour and squeezed between the arm of the hurricane and the core:
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