Thursday, April 27, 2017

Air Flights Make Sense on a Flat Earth!


FLAT EARTH PROOF 2017~How Flight Routes Supports Flat Earth
Published on Mar 31, 2017
Flight routes trace support the flat earth model. This unbelievable evidence is beyond what doubters can comprehend. The earth is flat.
The following article is an excellent example to demonstrate the contrast between a flight shown on a spherical globe with a flight on the flat earth. Compare the flights: google "world map" and "flat earth map" and you will notice that the world map route is a bit irrational but on the "flat earth map", the route is almost a straight line, thus more logical.
United Nations Logo
(looks like the Flat Earth map)
Flat Earth Map
(Note that the North Pole is in the centre)
Los Angeles-bound flight makes emergency landing in not-so-balmy Iqaluit
Zane Schwartz
February 1, 2017 | Last Updated: Feb 3 12:19 PM ET
CORRECTION: Due to an editing error an earlier version of this article stated the stranded passengers went on a tour of Iqaluit. A tour was planned, but not conducted. The article has been updated to reflect that change.
A Swiss Air flight comes in for a landing at Iqaluit Airport in Nunavut on Feb.1, 2017. 
Photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO/Frank Reardon
A Los Angeles-bound flight — the city was a balmy 21 degrees — suddenly found itself diverted instead Wednesday to Iqaluit — a frigid, and somewhat ironic, minus 21.
The Boeing 777, which can hold up to 295 passengers, landed smoothly, but then had difficulty turning around. There were no injuries.
The Swiss International Air Lines flight from Zurich should have flown over the southern tip of Greenland, Hudson’s Bay, Ontario and Manitoba on its way to the western United States. Instead, it was forced to make an emergency landing in Nunavut’s capital due to what the airline called a “technical irregularity.”
“The real issue was they only had one engine, but despite that it was a smooth landing,” said Iqaluit airport director John Hawkins.
“Would you believe me if I told you the plane I was in lost an engine and now I’m stuck in the middle of the North Pole?,” Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Leroy Sanchez said in a tweet.
Initially Sanchez and the other jet-setting passengers suddenly stranded in the high Arctic in February were going to get a tour of the city.
“Everyone’s fine and they are being detained. They will be given a tour of the community, fed, and a replacement airplane is being sent to pick them up so they will not be staying overnight,” Iqaluit Mayor Madeleine Redfern told the National Post.
Redfern wasn’t sure what would be included on the tour, but Hawkins said the museum and the swimming pool were two places he’d suggest.
“Iqaluit is a spectacular place, they only have a few hours so there’s no way they’ll see it all,” said Hawkins.
A replacement airplane was sent from New York to pick them up “so they will not be staying overnight,” said Redfern Wednesday evening. Although the exact number of passengers was not released, 295 people would increase Iqaluit’s population of 6,699 by more than four per cent.
In the end there was no tour of Iqaluit, the passengers stayed on the airplane until a replacement flight from New York picked them up.
“It’s really too bad there was a change of plan, it would have been nice for passengers to experience Iqaluit—outside the plane,” Redfern told Nunavut newspaper Nunatsiaq News.
It’s a good thing there was no plan to have them stay overnight because “there aren’t enough nearly enough hotel rooms. There’s a recreational hall we could put people in if we had to,” said Hawkins.

With a file from The Canadian Press
Also See:

Proof That The Earth Is Flat!

(Part 1)
19 March 2017
(Part 2)
02 April 2017