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Which landing approaches provide unique memories? Which seat offers the best view? The Pro Sky team is at home above the clouds and knows which destinations take their passengers’ breath away on the approach. We’ll tell you how to get the perfect view.
THESE DESTINATIONS BELONG ON EVERY BUCKET LIST!
Be greeted by flamingos, fly over a huge football stadium or glide through endless ice worlds – some destinations reveal architectural highlights and impressive landscapes as you approach. We at Pro Sky know exactly which flights give passengers the chance to take perhaps the best photo of the whole trip. Read our tips for unforgettable landing approaches now.
ARVIDSJAUR: EUROPE’S LAST WILDERNESS
White expanses, untouched nature – the adventures that await passengers are already revealed to them here on the approach: ice fishing, husky sleigh rides, reindeer safaris. Those who arrive by daylight can enjoy the view over almost endless ice landscapes. Those who travel at night have the chance to admire the northern lights from a panoramic perspective. You should fly between November and March – for example, with our direct flights from Stuttgart. Get information and discover Swedish Lapland now!
BUENOS AIRES: APPROACH ALONG THE SKYLINE
“I thought we would land in the middle of the River Plate football stadium when we arrived in Buenos Aires,” recalls Quentin, Head of International Marketing. To enjoy this view, you should land during the day and reserve a window seat on the right-hand side. With our FIND & FLY Platform, you can find the best offer with just a few clicks.
QUEENSTOWN: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF “THE LORD OF THE RINGS”
Are you looking for a destination for the optimal incentive trip? Then New Zealand should be at the top of your list. The view from the air alone invites you to enjoy unforgettable adventures, such as bungee jumping, white water rafting and whale watching. There are spectacular views on both sides – that’s why you should absolutely land in daylight. Still not convinced? Then watch the landing in Queensland as a video.
BARCELONA: CITY PANORAMA IN A CLASS OF ITS OWN
Here, the passengers already pull out their cameras on the landing approach. Our tip: reserve a seat on the right-hand side so you can enjoy the panoramic view over the whole of Barcelona. And those who like things to be especially exclusive? They use our VIP service for helicopter and private jet flights.
RIO DE JANEIRO: APPROACH TO PARADISE
Whether the 2014 World Cup or the 2016 Olympic Games – our Flight Managers have already accompanied many of our customers to major events and guaranteed a smooth organisation and optimal guest care. Carolina, from our office in Sao Paulo, knows: “For the best view, fly over Rio during the day and sit on the right-hand side of the plane.”
GREENLAND & ALASKA: IMMERSE YOURSELF IN A WORLD OF ICE
Have you ever heard of Kangerlussuaq, Longyearbyen or Nome? Some of the most beautiful cruises through Greenland and Alaska start from these places. With our Pro Sky group flights, we ensure that your team arrives with the best flight times and enjoys an unforgettable view. In the words of our Client Service Manager: “The approach to Kangerlussuaq, this view over the ice fields on landing is simply extraordinary.”
MONTPELLIER: FLAMINGOS TO WELCOME YOU
First impressions count and that of Montpellier is incomparable. “You are greeted at Montpellier airport by pink flamingos,” enthuses Gilles, Managing Director in our Paris office. Our tip: fly in summer, sit on the left and land before the flamingos leave their feeding sites at sunset.
NIZZA: CÔTE D’AZUR AT ITS BEST
The Côte d’Azur shows its most beautiful side here. Those who want to catch a glimpse of the famous “Promenade des anglais” should get a window seat on the left-hand side of the plane.
HONG KONG: TRANSIENT BEAUTY
What made the landing approach to Hong Kong Kai Tak airport so special? “The fact that you flew with a 747 between the buildings, looked into all of the apartments and saw these metal cages in which the people lived there,” Marcus remembers. The airport has since been replaced by a new building. And now? Nevertheless fly to Hong Kong or find information in our Destination Report about the current trend destinations in the MICE industry.