Updated 17. Oct 2016

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02 Wilmington - New York

03 New York - Montreal

04 Montreal - Kuujjuaq

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06 Iqualuit - Kangerlussuaq

07 Kangerlussuaq - Sisimiut

08 Sisimiut - Ilulissat

09 Ilulisat - Rekjavik

100 Dakar - Dakar

10 Reykjavik - Vagar

11 Vagar - Odense

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14 Odense - Zurich

15 Zurich - Corfu

16 Corfu - Adana

17 Adana - Tehran

18 Tehran - Isfahan

19 Isfahan - Karachi

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22 Colombo - Phuket

23 Phuket - Penang

24 Penang - Kuala Lumpur

25 Kuala Lumpur - Jakarta

26 Jakarta - Denpasar

27 Denpasar - Broome

28 Broome - Darwin

29 Darwin - Ayers Rock

30 Ayers Rock - Adelaide

31 Adelaide - Melbourne

32 Melbourne - Sydney

33 Sydney - Hobart

34 Hobart - Queenstown

35 Queenstown - Christchurch

36 Christchurch - Napier

37 Napier - Rotorua

38 Rotorua - Auckland

39 Auckland - Tonga

40 Tonga - Pago Pago

41 Pago Pago - Kiritimati

42 Kiritimati - Hilo

43 Hilo - Honolulu

44. Honolulu - Hilo

45 Hilo - San Diego

46 San Diego - El Paso

47 El Paso - Corpus Christi

48 Corpus Christi - Cancun

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50 Chitchen Itza - Grand Cayman

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53 Aruba - Isla Margarita

54 Isla Margarita - Cayenne

55 Cayenne - Natal

56 Natal - Cap Verde

57 Cap Verde - Mauritania

58 Mauritania - Marrakech

59 Marrakech - Cascais

60 Cascaix - Bilbao

61 Bilbao - Amiens

62 Amiens - Odense

63

64 South Africa Trip

65 Odense - Munich

66 Munich - Zell Am Zee

67 Zell Am Zee - Athens

68 Athens - Rhodes

69 Rhodes - Haifa

70 Haifa - Masada

71 Masada - Eilat

72 Eilat - Luxor

73 Luxor - Jiddah

74 Jiddah - Djibouti

75 Djibouti - Addis Ababa

76 Addis Ababa - Nairobi

77 Nairobi - Amboseli

78 Amboseli - Kilaguni

79 Kilaguni - Zanzibar

80 Zanzibar - Blantyre

81 Blantyre - Victoria Falls

82 Victoria Fall - Maun

83 Maun - Vumbura

84 Vumbura - Pilanesberg

85 Pilanesberg - Durban

86 Durban - Plettenberg

87 Plettenberg Bay - Stellenbosh

88 Stellenbosch - Johannesburg

89 Johannesberg - Cape Town

90 Cape Town - Windhoek

91 Windhoek - Sossusvlei

92 Sossusvlei - Swakopmund

93 Svakopmund - Etosha

94 Etosha - Luanda

95 Luanda - Sao Tome

96 Sao Tome - Lome

97 Lome - Ouagadougou

98 Ouagadougou - Bamako

99 Bamako - Dakar

Aa Dakar - Dakar

Bb Dakar - Lanzarote

Cc Lanzerote - Jerez

Dd Jerez - Paris

Karachi - Mumbai

2. Feb 2007

So after 2 nights in Karachi, it was off to the airport again Friday.
 

The agent was waiting for me as promised, and took me through security and immigration. There was a small delay, as he asked me for a piece of paper I did not have….
Turned out, that it was a piece of paper that I did not need, as I had a visa for Pakistan!
 

Soon after I was on the tarmac, and had the plane refuelled – the way they measured the fuel I got, was by way of a measure stick into the tank on the truck!
 

After departure I followed the VOR on the 119 radial, with 11 knots tailwind bringing the ground speed up to 146 knots. In FL 110 the temperature was 11 degrees Celsius.
 

Coming in over India I was out of radio contact for a while but established contact after ¾ of an hour.
About150 NM north of Mumbai I passed over a stretch of beach, which functioned as a junkyard for large ships. 
 

On approach to Mumbai I descended into the layer of smog that seem to cover all of India. I was delayed doing a 360 degree turn.
 

I was told that by arrival, I would be approached by a number of agent from flight handling companies – but after following the “follow me” car to the allocated parking, I was asked to remain in the cockpit. After a short time I was surrounded by up to 8 personsto among them 2 armed guards – but no agent offering handling. After some time when I was watched like some alien, an agent was called, and everybody eased up. I was now allowed out of the aircraft, and everybody was friendly – but it was an hour and a half before a handler showed up.


I got to appreciate flying a high wing aircraft with a window that can open!
 

From then on the process though emigration etc went smooth – but I lost count on the number of papers that was filled in and signed!
 

I got a hotel booked, and was off in a taxi for one and a half hour drive through heavy Mombai traffic  with Indian music blasting from the speakers and a driver, with his hand on the horn most of the time.