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Landing in the American west

Date: 17th June 2017

Flying over the Red Rocks and Deserts of the States of the American West contrasts dramatically with the urban sprawl of Los Angeles. From the air, even though you are travelling at up to 500 miles per hour, you feel like you are approaching LA for an age, this city is huge. But these minutes give you the chance to see the city from the unique point of view, fellow passengers in non-window seats stretched out their necks to grasp a glimpse of the city they had come to visit.

Flying over the San Fernando Valley, the Hollywood Hills come into view on our right, with a tiny glimpse of the Hollywood sign just visible from the air. Next, we take a short detour over the ocean before landing in LAX with its familiar tower called the Theme Building built and designed in 1961 by the architect James Langenheim and seen on many a film or TV show shot in LA, all letting you know you have arrived way out West.

Theme Building, LAX

Theme Building, LAX

 

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