Presenting a nice typical Ansett airline operated TNT 707 cargo flight from YMML Melbourne Airport which is Australia's second busiest airport located 14 miles northwest of the city centre of Melbourne to YMLT Launceston located in the rural area of Western Junction nine miles from Launceston's city centre in Tasmania.
Loading cargo goods on a rainy day
There are lots of cargo bins to be loaded!!
Tsk tsk tsk bad weather!!
HEY you forgot one more cargo bin over there!!
Thunderstorm's lighting brightened the plane that just finished its pushback (yeah must be tough to take screenshot at PRECISELY SAME SPLITTING SECOND TIME as lighting happens!)
Taxiing to short of runway 16
Check out the airport's cargo hold apron ground!
Leaving cargo apron
Still taxiing to short of runway 16
Passing the airport terminal
Leaving the airport terminal behind
Crossing runway 09/27 to continue long taxi on taxiway A
Holding short of runway 16 awaiting for take off clearance from airport tower controllers
Engines after receiving take off clearance started to roar with thick black smokes while entering into runway 16 for immediate take off
Airborne on climb to FL250 pass background view of building complexes of Qantas Maintenance and Jetstar Support
Passing Melbourne suburb called Keilor East
Making left turn with background view of railroad tracks called Sunshine Railway Line Linear Reserve seen in front of the plane's nose
Passing the same area mentioned above
Climbing through clouds
Yeah flying through clouds can be fun as long as you do not run into lightings
Now above thick clouds
Sorry that thick clouds are blocking view of ground textures preventing me from identifying suburbs
Wow the clouds are as high as the plane's cruising F250 altitude!
Passing YFLI Phillip Island Airport seen in front of the plane's nose which is small private airport on Phillip Island that is connected to mainland Victoria area by bridge called Philip Island Road or highway route number B420 also seen in front of the plane
Cruising past some Aussie town next to WON waypoint
Crossing waters of Bass Strait
Approaching Tasmania which signal time for descent
Descending through clouds
Approaching Tamar River that is popular for pleasure cruise boats