The Friendly Skies

I have to start this post, as I do every May 18 post by wishing Stephanie Kim a happy birthday. Happy birthday Steph!

When this publishes, I should still be in the skies on an airplane heading towards Miami. Or I could be stuck in an Atlanta airport cause I hear that airport is the worst. However, this is my first experience there. I hope it does not live up to its reputation.

Since I’ll at the very least be doing something flight related, thought I would share some airplane images I took with the Sony RX0 II on my trip to Pittsburgh back in February today:


The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

The Friendly Skies

Most of these pictures were taken flying into Chicago. Another terrible airport.

4 thoughts on “The Friendly Skies”

  1. These are gorgeous photos!

    Yeah, I’d say Atlanta and Chicago are in a tie for crappiest airport. I’ve missed more flights in ORD than anywhere else. But one time I was so mad at a woman who kept purposely hitting me with her suitcase that I threw gum at her in ATL (a moment of which I am incredibly ashamed), so I don’t know which one wins that contest.

  2. I actually had a really good experience in the Atlanta airport surprisingly. I haven’t travelled as much as you but my worst airport experiences have been in Charlotte (everybody was just extremely rude) and Miami coming back. It was just extremely difficult to get checked in and through security. Including a point where the only TSA agent checking IDs and tickets just up and left and nobody took over for her for like 5 minutes.

  3. Miami coming home from Jamaica last month was pretty terrible – TSA was awful, as you describe. We had to go out for customs and back through security – even with Global Entry/TSA Precheck, our three hour layover got cut down to about one because of the lines. It’s not fun (and I don’t really love Florida as a state overall) – I hope you had a good time other than that.

  4. We had a whole situation where if you checked in on the app, you couldn’t check your bag at the curb. But you also couldn’t check your bag at the app. So then we got sent to the counter where the line was incredible. Probably wouldn’t have made our flight, but we got pulled out of the line special to check our bags. Of course, I was the only one on the flight that was TSA Pre-Check. So my struggles with TSA were unique.

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