Updated 17. Oct 2016

01 Atlanta - Wilmington

02 Wilmington - New York

03 New York - Montreal

04 Montreal - Kuujjuaq

05 Kuujjuaq - Iquaulit

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

20 Karachi - Mumbai

21 Mumbai - Colombo

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

49 Cancun - Chithen Itza

50 Chitchen Itza - Grand Cayman

51 Cayman Island - Jamaica

52 Jamaica - Aruba

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

25 Kuala Lumpur - Jakarta

13. Feb 2007

I was in airport at 9 in the morning, and the mr. Mutalib was there, as arranged the day before. I taxied to his hangar, and he did the 100 hour engine check. He did it outside,  in the sun, in what must have been about 40 C air temperature.


Turned out that he was a US qualified mechanic, so he could sign for it and all.
 

When he was done – and just as I had taken on fuel - I had a phone call from Mike form White Rose Aviation providing me with the Flight permission number for Indonesia. I was prepared for a delay, so it was a great joy to be able to get going.
 

Mr. Mutalib took me to, what used to be the domestic terminal for Kuala Lumpur. Sitting down at a café in the air conditioned terminal was a relief from the soaring humid heat outside. After some waiting time, he managed to get an acquaintance, Mr. Abrahams to make me up a  General declaration for the Indonesian authorities, and then Abrahams took me to the airport office to pay the 5$ airport fee.
 

Then through passport control and to the met office for a TAF for Jakarta, and finally to the company, that was supposed to be a Cessna Service station, to return the security tag, they had issued me with. After a short walk to the plane, I was ready to take off.
 

Climbing to 11000 feet I cruised south over the Malacca Strait, passed west of Singapore before coming in over Sumatra. For the first time on my trip, I had to ask for permission to deviate from the route in order to stay clear of a line of CB’s showing up on the Stormscope along the planned route.
South of Palembang I had to do some “scud running” among towering CB clouds.
 

Just as daylight ended, I arrived in Jakarta in Halim airport via ILS to runway 24, and the Indonesian connection of Mike’s was waiting for me.
 

As soon as I had landed, it was off in a van to the terminal, and after a very short wait, I was through emigration. I just stayed in the van, whiled the handler took my passport to emigration. Then it was off for a short drive in the busy Jakarta traffic to the hotel, that was arranged for me.