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How fantastic to read this. You must feel very proud and rightly so. What a wonderful achievement and whgat an encouragement for others.I hope you'll stay in touch and inspire others with your advice.
What an achievement and inspiration to all who read this forum- and also a good illustration about how pre flight worries are usually far worse than any flight themselves.Where are you planning to fly to next?
brilliant, best wishes, Elizabeth
Wow. Well done Jo!
You must be feeling really good. I have enjoyed reading your post because I have just booked a trip to Oz at the beginning of March and have been having a few 'thoughts' but fortunately not bad ones, just feeling a teeny weeny bit of nerves/excitement.
Yes, the 6 take offs and landings, got that too LOL. I am flying the first leg on a 777 which I have been on before so ok with that, but the second leg is on a 330 which is the thing that the gremlins in my head are trying to get a hold of (Air France) but I keep telling myself these aircraft fly every day without incident.
My son has flown on the 380 and he said it was fantastic and he really enjoyed the camera too, but I don't think I could watch, take off has always been the thing I really dislike so at the moment I am just about managing to do it with my eyes open. Mostly manage with eyes closed, palms up, and a little mantra that Keith gave me.
Once again, congrats on your trip to NZ
June....don't mention THAT mantra!!
How could anyone be offended when it works so well!
WELL DONE from one long haul 'fearful flyer' to another :)
And Keith.......June told me your 'Mantra' and I agree.....it works VERY well lol