Wed, 29 Nov 23

Flights From New Orleans To Dallas

1. Trip Report | American Airlines 737-800 Main Cabin (New Orleans to Dallas/Fort Worth)

Trip Report for Return Flight (DFW-MSY):

Video Timeline
0:45 View of new North Terminal construction from Access Road
1:20 Inside the airport/past security
2:08 A better view of the new North Terminal from inside concourse C
4:02 On board the plane
4:37 Pushback from gate C9
14:00 Takeoff from New Orleans (Runway 20)
18:15 Cruising at 40,000 feet & in-flight snack/beverage service
19:25 Aerial view of Dallas Love Field during initial descent into DFW
20:02 Final descent into DFW
23:00 Landing at DFW (Runway 17L)
33:30 Gate arrival at gate A33
34:25 Post-flight pictures from DFW
36:23 Final thoughts/flight overview
End of Video

I'm glad to be back for the first time in what seems like so long. I know the last trip I posted was back in March, but that's not the way it was supposed to be. I had a flight planned back in June to go visit my sister in Birmingham, AL following my summer vacation to Disney World. Unfortunately, everyone in my family including myself all got sick with the stomach bug and I just so happened to fall ill the day I was supposed to fly to Birmingham. Thankfully I chose Southwest for the flight and they were able to credit my flight free of charge, one of Southwest's unique and great policies. I have until May 2019 to use the credit for that flight, so you can be sure I will use it for a trip in the near future.

On that note, I'm back with a trip report for an airline that I'm not all too familiar with, American Airlines. I was lucky enough to use some reward points of mine to take the short weekend trip to Dallas, a city I've never actually been to before (except for flight connections in the past). I had only flown American once before this trip in 2014 (Link Below) and also had a positive experience even then. This flight was no different, everything was positive from start to finish. Boarding began on time and was an easy process. I had group 5 which is the first main cabin group to board (American has 9 boarding groups). It was my first time flying on American's 737-800. The cabin was updated as well as clean. Legroom was not the best coming from someone who is 5'8." While I had inches to spare, anyone taller than me might be uncomfortable. Thankfully this flight was only a little over an hour long. Also, there was no IFE at each seat, only TV screens overhead. However, there were volume/channel controls on each armrest. A few minutes later we would pushback from the gate and be up in the air, both on time. Cruising up at 40,000 feet, the flight attendants served complimentary Biscoff cookies (my favorite) and beverages (I chose orange juice). It was a fairly smooth flight with the occasional bumps every now and then. Not too much longer after that we would start descending, which took us directly west of Dallas Love Field which was pretty neat. We landed early, around 9:24 to be exact, but by the time we taxiied around DFW we arrived at the gate right about 9:42, our scheduled arrival time. And that's just about the end of it, just a typical flight with really no surprises or anything too special, but still I have nothing to complain about. Friendly, attentive crew who were both informative and professional. The flight was on time (which is always a plus) and of course I can't leave out the complimentary snack/beverage service in- flight (another plus). The flight was smooth and definitely worth it. Again, while I can't speak for everyone's experience on American, mine was positive and I had no issues whatsoever. I can say I would definitely recommend American and would be happy to fly them again in the future. Thanks for a great experience American Airlines, a big THUMBS UP from me!

If you have any questions regarding the flight or this video, feel free to ask me in the comments section below!

- - Flight Information - -
Airline: American Airlines
Aircraft: Boeing 737-823
Tail Number: N803NN (New Livery)
Flight: 9
Route: MSY-DFW
Seat: 20F (Main Cabin)
Date: Saturday, July 28, 2018
Departure Time (MSY): 8:11 AM (CT)
Departure Runway (MSY): 20
Departure Gate (MSY): C9
Arrival Time (DFW): 9:24 AM (CT)
Arrival Runway (DFW): 17L
Arrival Gate (DFW): A33
Flight Time: 1H 13M
Cruising Altitude: 40,000 ft
Boarding Group: 5 (Main Cabin)

Camera Used: Sony HDR-CX240 & iPhone 8

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2. Trip Report | American Airlines MD-83 Main Cabin (Dallas/Fort Worth to New Orleans)

Trip Report for Outbound Flight (MSY-DFW):

Video Timeline
1:00 Aircraft gate arrival/boarding
2:45 Pushback from the gate
11:50 Takeoff from DFW
16:15 View of AT&T Stadium
17:40 Cruising/In-flight service
19:12 Final Dscent into New Orleans
24:00 Landing in New Orleans
27:00 Gate arrival in New Orleans
27:48 Final Thoughts
End of Video

Once again, sorry for not posting any videos for a while, but like I've explained before it was unexpected. However, I hope you enjoy these two trip reports from my recent trip to Dallas, TX.

Compared to my flight going to Dallas, this flight wasn't all too different. I had a similar experience on both flights in regards to customer service, on time performance, and in-flight services. The noticeable difference on this flight was with the aircraft, a 19 year old MD-83 as opposed to a 737NG. When I saw the opportunity to fly on a classic Mad Dog, I jumped on it since American plans to retire them next year. Also, only the only two U.S. carriers that fly MD-80's are American and Delta, two airlines I don't fly too often (And most MD-80 routes are starting to be replaced by newer aircraft anyways). After a couple gate changes (which is quite common at such a large airport like DFW), we boarded right on time at 2:25 PM. I once again got group 5 (first main cabin group to board). Boarding was no hassle and once on board the crew warmly welcomed us. The other big difference from the 737 was the interior. Still, the seats on this MD-80 felt similar to the 737, except for the fabric as opposed to leather. Legroom was virtually the same with maybe a minor difference, but it didn't feel like much. Also, there were no T.V.'s or IFE at all on this flight except for in-flight WiFi. This flight both boarded and left the gate on time, but we were nearly a half hour late departing DFW. The reason we took off late was due to some weather on our original flight path so we had to be rerouted to avoid the thunderstorms. Ultimately this combined with our slightly longer "new" flight path (which had us fly south to Houston and then turn east towards New Orleans) put us about a half hour late arriving. We were scheduled to land at 4:22, but instead landed around 4:48. Still, not the worst delay I've experienced by a long shot and American Airlines wasn't to blame. They did what they could to provide us a smooth and safe flight to New Orleans. This also allowed the flight attendants to serve us complimentary pretzels and beverages in-flight. While the snack service may not have seemed like much, for the roughly one hour flight, it was more than enough. To me, any complimentary snack/beverage service is a big plus for me, even on short flights. Before long we would start our descent into New Orleans. We landed smoothly around 4:48 PM local time and made our quick taxi over to gate C8 (Relatively short taxi's are common at MSY due to the airport layout). The flight attendants warmly said goodbye on our way off the plane and the trip was over just like that.

So there you have it, only my second time flying on American Airlines in my life, but I definitely had a great experience both times. To rank my experience on this trip out of 10 stars, I would have to give American a 9/10. Friendly, professional crew (no customer service complaints at all), decent in-flight service, easy boarding, on time flights, and both flights were very smooth and safe. The only thing I would have to complain about would be the seats/legroom. As someone who is 5'8" tall, it wasn't a major problem for me (and considering both flights were just over an hour long). But for anyone taller than me and flying for on a longer flight, it might become uncomfortable. And I should add American Airlines is pretty notorious for having limited legroom. Other than that, I had a great experience flying with American Airlines and would gladly choose them again in the future.

If you have any questions regarding the flight or this video, feel free to ask me in the comments section below!

- - Flight Information - -
Airline: American Airlines
Aircraft: McDonnell Douglas MD-83
Tail Number: N983TW (Old/Bare Metal Livery) (Originally Delivered to TWA)
Flight: 1561
Route: DFW-MSY
Seat: 26F
Date: Sunday, July 29, 2018
Departure Time (DFW): 3:34 PM (CT)
Departure Runway (DFW): 17R
Departure Gate (DFW): C7
Arrival Time (MSY): 4:48 PM (CT)
Arrival Runway (MSY): 11
Arrival Gate (MSY): C8
Flight Time: 1H 14M
Cruising Altitude: 31,000 ft
Boarding Group: 5

Camera Used: Sony HDR-CX240 & iPhone 8

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3. American airlines flight 1781 takeoff from Dallas Fort Worth to New Orleans boeing 737-800

Return home to New Orleans taking off from Dallas Fort Worth to New Orleans

4. Southwest Airlines Full Flight Dallas to New Orleans [FSX]

This video is all about Southwest Airlines full fight video using a Boeing 737-500 aircraft that was used in this DAL-MSY route until its retirement in September 2016.
This one was operated on a real flight as WN 2082 (The real one was used is Boeing 737 MAX 8 according to a FlightAware)

Beware of this at the takeoff phase, there were stutters due to density in the DFW complex area that took up most of the frames while doing a flight.

The N521SW is one of the 25 737-500s in Southwest Airlines fleet when the carrier ordered the 737-500 in 1987. The first 737-500 was delivered to Southwest on September 7, 1990. N521SW was delivered in October 4, 1991 to Southwest Airlines and remained in service until its retirement in June 6, 2016 and the last flights of remaining 3 737-500s took place in September 6, 2016.

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* Aircraft Skin: Southwest Airlines N521SW (2008) by Erik Ingram
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5. First leg of flights to the Maldives, Leaving New Orleans to Dallas

6. Southwest Airlines - Full Flights POV: Phoenix (PHX) to Dallas, TX (DAL) to New Orleans, LA (MSY)

May 21st, 2021. (Uploaded here in September 2022).
Full title: "Southwest Airlines - Full Flights POV's: Phoenix, AZ (PHX) to Dallas, TX (DAL) to New Orleans, LA (MSY)"
-Trip Report, solo Vlog, POV recording, photo slideshow, editing, Iphone SE, GoPro Hero 2018.
-Same video on my BitChute, AlmightyKyle:
-Phoenix, Arizona to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas to New Orleans, Louisiana
-Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to Dallas Love Field Airport to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
-Boeing 737-700 & -800 aircraft. Long distance round trip travel in a single day. Morning to afternoon to evening to night. Long layover in between flights. After this outbound trip came the return trip: New Orleans (MSY) to Phoenix (PHX). Left Arizona in the morning, back home in Arizona at night. Departure and arrival! Boarding passes and fridge magnets are shown at the end.
-Inside the gate, taxi to runway, Takeoff (climb & ascent to cruising altitude), flight attendant announcements after surpassing 10,000 feet.
-Snack and drink service, Landing (descent & final approach), touchdown on runway, flight attendant "welcome" announcements, taxi to the gate, parking.
-Awesome views [behind the wing, from the window seat] of: Sky Harbor terminals and runways, Camelback Mountain, Papago Park, Salt River, Tempe, Scottsdale, DAL runways and terminals, downtown Dallas in distance, swamp lands, MSY runways and terminals.
-Seats, tray tables, flaps, landing gear, terminals, fun solo getaway, passengers, pilots, desert valley, mountains, lakes & rivers, America, trees, freeways & cars, people. Clouds, sunny skies, clear skies, overcast, cloudy skies, turbulence. Spring season, humidity, thunderstorms.
-Arizona (Saguaro Lake/Canyon Lake/Roosevelt Lake, Tonto Forest, Globe), New Mexico (Albuquerque & Sandia Peak in distance), Las Cruces, El Paso, western & eastern Texas (Midland, Lubbock, Amarillo, Route 66), portion of Oklahoma, southern Louisiana (Baton Rouge & New Orleans).
-Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Katrina, flooding, Mississippi River, Lake Pontchartrain, freight shipping, industrial, railroads/trains, French Quarter, music: Jazz/Blues/Rock/Country, "Born on the Bayou" & "Proud Mary" by CCR/John Fogerty, "When the Saints Go Marching In" by Louis Armstrong, "Walking to New Orleans" by Fats Domino, "(I Could Only) Whisper Your Name" by Harry Connick Jr., Voodoo, black magic, Mardi Gras, costumes, steamboat cruise, paddle boat cruise, alligators and crocodiles, muddy waters, cinema: 'Song of the South', 'Forrest Gump', 'Princess and the Frog', Food: Gumbo, shrimp, Creole and Cajun, history, culture, artwork, people/family, United States of America, Bible Belt, deep south, south central region, Brown Pelican, Magnolia flower, New Orleans Square at Disneyland (Splash Mountain ride in Critter Country, Mark Twain Riverboat on the Rivers of America). elevation at or below sea level.
*Arriving at/Departing from Dallas Love Field, home of Southwest airlines: This time I got the complete view of downtown Dallas during takeoff to the east (right side), instead of during landing and final approach to the west (left side).
*My very first time in/near the city of New Orleans and in the state of Louisiana. Other than flying over/near here on a plane in either direction. A place I always wanted to go/visit/stay awhile. My mom had been here on multiple occasions. Even though I was only inside the airport during this long layover, viewing all the artwork and eating a meal from Shake Shack. I regret not stepping outside, had plenty of time. But I plan to return (properly, not just the airport).
-New terminal opened in November 2019. Original/old terminal across the way, officially closed.
-Boarding passes & souvenirs (T-shirt and fridge magnets)shown at the end. All stuff my mom got for me on her trips long ago.

7. [MSFS] New Orleans to Dallas Fort Worth - Airbus A320neo American Airlines|Drawyah

It's Mardi Gras! IVAO XA are hosting a dedicated event at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport with full ATC out to our destination in Dallas Fort Worth. We fly in American flag colours on this 90-minute hop.

Check out the event here!

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- FlyByWire A32NX
- FlightControlReplay
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- PushbackZoomer
- Volanta
- FlyLive Studio

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8. Full Flight: American Airlines B777-200 Dallas to Miami (DFW-MIA)

Hey guys! I've uploaded many delayed flights on the channel and even a few cancelled flights by now, but I never had to deplane right after boarding and wait for another aircraft. That changed with this video. Unfortunately, there was a problem with our American Airlines B777-200 we just boarded for Miami and so we had to head back inside the terminal and wait till the issue was resolved. What ensued was a total mess on American's part of switching our planes and gates twice...also switching the original delay time of 1 hr 30 min to 4 hrs, without any compensation, snacks/drinks, or food vouchers. Very disappointed in AA's response to a maintenance delay which was nothing but their fault. The flight itself I thought was fine once we got in the air. I was lucky enough to have a whole row to myself on a very full plane which helped a lot. The crew was also quite nice which is saying a lot because of AA's FA reputations. American's 777-200, while old, did have plenty to do onboard with their stacked free entertainment collection and in-seat power outlets & USB ports at every seat. For a domestic flight during a pandemic, it's nice to have a roomier cabin (even if AA doesn't block seats) and the product onboard is slightly better than usual on other American domestic jets. However, if there were two people next to me on an international flight, I know I'd have a much different opinion. But whatever pros I've just said about this flight are completely overshadowed by the DFW experience and the 3 1/2 hr late arrival into Miami. Definitely American needs to step it up and start caring about their passengers again, not all about money. **Not doing anything for your customers when delaying their flight because of a problem that's all your fault isn't going to make them want to come back.** One of the worst experiences I've had on a flight in recent memory...but hopefully it made for some entertaining content :D Hope y'all enjoy!

Flight Info:

Airline: American Airlines
Aircraft/Registration: Boeing 777-200 (N779AN)
Seat: 30A
Flight Time: 2 hr 26 min
Flight #: AA 2550
Takeoff: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Landing: Miami International Airport
Filmed: June 2020

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9. Video: Fist fight breaks out between two passengers on flight to Austin from New Orleans

A video captured on an American Airlines flight from New Orleans to Austin shows a fist fight that broke out between two passengers on Sunday.

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11. Top 10 Longest Flights In The World

The Top 10 longest flights in the world, as of 2018-2020. The new longest flight in the world, both by distance and time in the air, is about 9,534 miles and 19 hours. Can you imagine spending that many hours straight on an airplane? One must be mentally prepared for such day-long flights. The flight times listed in the video, are current as of October 2018, though these tend to vary due to factors like weather, climate conditions, and airport traffic at different times of the year. With all that in mind, here are the 10 longest flights in the world.


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12. 143. Near Miss!! Flight from New Orleans, Louisiana to Dallas, Texas

The pilot did not bother to ask the control tower for permission to land. While this is not an issue at many airports, it is a big issue at very busy airports like Dallas/Fort Worth. The pilot was shocked to see another plane land on the same runway just in front of his Boeing 787-9.

Note that the other plane was a real flight landing at Dallas/Fort Worth. Real Flight Simulator integrates real air traffic all over the world in real time.

The pilot will stay overnight in Dallas to meet J. R. Ewing.

13. Flight: Dallas to New Orleans via Houston

Trying full flight with transit. From Dallas to Houston and continued to New Orleans.
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14. TRIP REPORT: Spirit Airlines | Airbus A320neo | Dallas/Fort Worth - Los Angeles | Big Front Seat

My flight experience on the Big Front Seat to Los Angeles (LAX) from Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) aboard the Spirit Airlines Airbus A320neo [N910NK]. Enjoy!

Mi experiencia de vuelo en el Big Front Seat a Los Ángeles (LAX) de Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) a bordo del Spirit Airlines Airbus A320neo [N910NK]. ¡Disfruta!

Mon expérience de vol sur le Big Front Seat à Los Angeles (LAX) de Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) à bord du Spirit Airlines Airbus A320neo [N910NK]. Profitez-en !




- Airline: Spirit Airlines (NK/NKS)
- Aircraft: Airbus A320-271N (A20N)
- Registration: N910NK
- First Flight: 12 December 2018 (12-12-2018)
- Aircraft Delivery: 20 December 2018 (20-12-2018)

- Flight Number: NK 628
- Flight Date: 29 July 2022 (29-07-2022)
- Route: DFW-LAX
- Flight Duration: 03 hours 03 minutes

- Departure Airport: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Texas, United States of America [USA] (KDFW/DFW)
- Departure Gate: D7
- Terminal: D
- Departure Runway: 18L
- Departure Time: Scheduled: 14h36 (02:36PM), Actual: 14h45 (02:45PM)

- Arrival Airport: Los Angeles International Airport, California, United States of America [USA] (KLAX/LAX)
- Arrival Gate: 56A
- Terminal: 5
- Arrival Runway: 24R
- Arrival Time: Scheduled: 15h53 (03:53PM), Actual: 15h48 (03:58PM)

- Seat: 2A
Row: 2 (Big Front Seat)



- Aerolínea: Spirit Airlines (NK/NKS)
- Avión: Airbus A320-271N (A20N)
- Registro: N910NK
- Primer Vuelo: 12 de diciembre de 2018 (12-12-2018)
- Entrega del Avión: 20 de diciembre de 2018 (20-12-2018)

- Número de Vuelo: NK 628
- Fecha de Vuelo: 29 de julio de 2022 (29-07-2022)
- Ruta: DFW-LAX
- Duración de Vuelo: 03 horas 03 minutos

- Aeropuerto de Salida: Aeropuerto Internacional de Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, Estados Unidos de América (EE.UU.) (KDFW/DFW)
- Puerta de Salida: D7
- Terminal: D
- Pista de Salida: 18L
- Hora de Salida: Programada: 14h36 (02:36PM), Real: 14h45 (02:45PM)

- Aeropuerto de Llegada: Aeropuerto Internacional de Los Ángeles, California, Estados Unidos de América (EE.UU.) (KLAX/LAX)
- Puerta de Llegada: 56A
- Terminal: 5
- Pista de Llegada: 24R
- Hora de Llegada: Programada: 15h53 (03:53PM), Real: 15h48 (03:48PM)

- Asiento: 2A
Fila: 2



- Compagnie Aérienne: Spirit Airlines (NK/NKS)
- Avion: Airbus A320-271N (A20N)
- Immatriculation: N910NK
- Premier Vol: 12 décembre 2018 (12-12-2018)
- Livraison de l’Avion: 20 décembre 2018 (20-12-2018)

- Numéro de Vol: NK 628
- Date de Vol: 29 juillet 2022 (29-07-2022)
- Route: DFW-LAX
- Durée de Vol: 03 heures 03 minutes

- Aéroport de Départ: Aéroport Internacional de Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, États-Unis d'Amérique [É.-U.A.] (KDFW/DFW)
- Porte de Départ: D7
- Aérogare: D
- Piste de Départ: 18L
- Heure de Départ: Prévue: 14h36 (02:36PM), Réel: 14h45 (02:45PM)

- Aéroport d’Arrivée: Aéroport International de Los Angeles, Californie, États-Unis d'Amérique [É.-U.A.] (KLAX/LAX)
- Porte d’Arrivée: 56A
- Aérogare: 5
- Piste d’Arrivée: 24R
- Heure d’Arrivée: Prévue: 15h53 (03:53PM), Réel: 15h48 (03:48PM)

- Siège: 2A
Rangée: 2

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15. Full Flight: American Airlines B737-800 Dallas to Seattle (DFW-SEA)

Hey guys! Welcome to leg #3 of this westward trip I took back in February! This trip was full of firsts for me, which included my first time being at DFW and SEA! It just so happened that my last flight from D.C. was the exact same plane I would take onward to Seattle! I literally had no idea until I arrived in Dallas too :D The flight was again very similar to the previous in terms of hard product, but there's just something about night flights that I really enjoy and this one didn't disappoint. It was a fairly long flight on a 737, but very peaceful and I really could just enjoy being up there in the sky the entire time. It also helped that I had some of the nicest mainline AA flight attendants, something I wish I'd have on all my American flights. But sadly that's never the case. The aircraft had awesome mood lighting, a spacious cabin, large overhead bins, free entertainment, a large collection of movies & TV shows, in seat power outlets underneath the seats, and WiFi onboard. Boarding/deboarding was smooth and the flight departed on time and arrived early. You still can't get away from the fact that AA has some pretty boring seats and not a ton of legroom though. But overall, enjoyed both airports and the flight itself. Hope you guys enjoy!

Flight Info:

Airline: American Airlines
Aircraft/Registration: Boeing 737-800 (N889NN)
Seat: 29A
Flight Time: 3 hr 38 min
Flight #: AA 1241
Takeoff: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Landing: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Filmed: February 2020

Camera(s) Used: Canon Powershot G7X Mark II

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