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February 12, 2008

United 747 landing in Hong Kong — Captain to ground control

Cockpit audio and passenger video — how's that for a mashup?

Way cool.

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Correction: While the Chicago flight would be the one landing nearest to Cathay 411 from Seoul, it appears that it's actually the San Francisco flight coming in early.

Posted by: Fred | Feb 12, 2008 11:29:35 PM

Based on the landing time (close to CX411 from Seoul), that should be UA895 coming in from Chicago. Been on that flight a few times.

Chep Lap Kok is a very nice airport, but the old Kai Tak was far more exciting. Between them I've landed in HK probably approaching 200 times! A few of those in the cockpit.

My favourite cockpit landing was in a 747 at night into JFK.

Posted by: Fred | Feb 12, 2008 11:27:33 PM

From the flight deck? Looks more like it is filmed from a seat in the back of the plane....

Posted by: Tim | Feb 12, 2008 4:14:02 PM

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