MY TOP 10 FLIGHTS OF 2017

SAM CHUI | December 23, 2017

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2017 have been a huge year for me in terms of aviation. I've experienced a lot of luxury flights such as The residence on Etihad A380, QSuite on Qatar Airways and private jet on B727 and Gulfstream!I've also flown plenty of classic flights onboard Tu-134, Tu-154, DC-3, DC-4 and IL-14.I have had the pleasure to tour on new airplanes such as the Airbus A350-1000 and taking delivery of Singapore Airlines new A380.

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Aéroports de Lyon, private company since 2007, pilot Lyon-Saint Exupéry, the 2nd French regional airport for commercial aviation and Lyon-Bron 3rd French airport for business aviation. Lyon-Saint Exupéry welcomed 10.3 million passengers in 2017. 120 direct destinations, including 40 new lines launched in two years, are proposed, as well as quick and easy access to the main European and international hubs.

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