PHOTO: Hawaiian Airlines plane. (Photo via Flickr/Bill Abbott)
From taxiing to landing, air-clips.com has put together a fascinating video that charts the progress of air travel, turning a nine-hour, 20-minute flight from Honolulu to New York into a 34-minute clip.
Granted, 34 minutes isn’t exactly possible to watch during your work day unless you break it up into four- or five-minute segments over the length of the day or, you know, can justify it by working for a travel-related company like, say, travelpulse.com.
But if you get the chance, do it.
This Hawaiian airlines flight not only gives you a soup to nuts look at the operations—literally, too, since you see what the passengers see when it comes to looking at dining options—but also offers up some stunning views, particularly as the flight departs from Honolulu.
Aviation enthusiasts will note the plane is an Airbus 330-200 (although a Boeing aircraft is pictured above).
No matter what it is, however, it’s pretty darn cool.