AWG7503 ENBO Bodo TO: ENEV Harstad/Narvik
Distance: 90.00 Miles | Reward Salary: 1000
A flight from our Bodo Schedules has been chosen as the Route of the Month for February.
Using our Q400 you depart from Bodo to Narvik in the early afternoon. Temperatures will be around freezing so wrap up well for the external inspection of the aircraft.
It is a relatively short route north taking in some stunning scenery along the way so with fine weather taking a few minutes looking out of the window is recommended. Your passengers will of course have plenty of time to enjoy the scenery.
The terrain around Narvik is quite high so preparation for the approach, usually runway 17, is key with careful consideration to be given to the missed approach procedure if required.
A little under fifty minutes after leaving Bodo you will arrive on the ramp at Narvik but with only thirty minutes to turn the aircraft around you need to begin preparations for the return as soon as you can.
Enjoy the flight.
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