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Flight Info:
~Airline: Boutique Air
~Aircraft: Pilatus PC-12/47
~Registration: N476SS
~Flight Number: 4B873
~From: Baltimore (BWI)
~To: Johnstown, PA (JST)
~Flight Time: 27 min
~Scheduled Departure Time: 12:30pm EST
~Actual Departure Time: 12:38pm EST
~Scheduled Arrival Time: 1:10pm EST
~Actual Arrival Time: 1:05pm EST
~Date: June 22, 2019

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~Go Pro Hero 5 Session
~Go Pro Window Mount

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  • Really nice footage! You might want to edit your info. Title says your flight was JST-PIT, but your flight info says it was BWI-JST.

  • With the regional air service coming back to Pittsburgh, flights to locations I love to go, need to go, yet hate to drive, are making travel by air significantly more feasible, not since US Air, Northwest, then United served the municipal fields across PA, was traveling to Johnstown, or DuBois, or Bradford, reasonable. US Air retired the Dash-8, Northwest retired the Saab’s, and United retired the 1900’s. I miss the flights to Jamestown, would visit friends at the Chautauqua Institute, and be home by dinner. Only downside, is the airport is 25 miles out of town. Now just curious, back in the 90’s, stopping services were common, Pittsburgh to Erie to Bradford to State College to Scranton to Philadelphia to New York or something like that. Now it’s just A to B, who was it, United, that flew from Pittsburgh to Johnstown to Altoona to Baltimore and back? Now from Johnstown to Altoona, you have to fly to Pittsburgh.

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