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Landing in New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport

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Published on Aug 6, 2007

This footage was taken June 5th, 2007 from an MIA-MSY AA Flight in a Boeing 737-800 w/ winglets. The approach takes place from the South-East of Armstrong International. Initially you can appreciate the canals in Plaquemines Parish till you can definitely recognize the Belle Chase Intra coastal Waterway draw-bridge at Woodland road. Then you can see some of Gretna and Terrytown, including the 'burned down to the ground' Oakwood Mall (reference to Jefferson Parish President Aaron Broussard) then you can see the Crescent City Connection over the Mississippi river followed by a quick view of lower Central Business District in New Orleans downtown, Superdome, New Orleans Arena. The approach continues in direction North North West entering the Metairie skies to then reach Lake Pontchartrain to turn south after reaching Kenner at Loyola Avenue to make a long approach to land headed south on Louis Armstrong International Airport main runway. ALl on a nice clear June day

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