United Airlines B737 SFO To Atlanta And Port Of Oakland Flyover

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United Airlines B737 SFO To Atlanta And Port Of Oakland Flyover

ONN – United Airlines B737 SFO To Atlanta And Port Of Oakland Flyover

When United Airlines planes like this Boeing 737-800 bound for Atlanta, takeoff from San Francisco International Airport, they occasionally flyover Oakland.

In this case, the route combined with the window seat on the right side of the plane allowed a flyover view of the Port of Oakland, including the land that was the former Oakland Army Base.

That Oakland Army Base property’s now divided into two base reuse projects: the Oakland Bulk And Oversized Terminal developed by Phil Tagami and Insight Terminal Solutions, and the CenterPoint development. Then, we see the landing of the B737-800 at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.

This space wishes United Airlines would use the wide-body 767’s for Atlanta flights.

Stay tuned.

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Zennie Abraham is Zennie62Media, Inc. CEO and Zenophon Abraham Zennie62 YouTube Channel vlogger, and creator of Oakland News Now and Zennie62Media's 100-blog network. He's covered the NFL, San Diego Comic Con, The Night of 100 Stars Oscars Party, The NFL Draft, and CES Las Vegas annually more than 10 years. He created Oakland's first true blog, Oakland Focus, and Oakland's first YouTube Partner Channel. Zennie also holds the distinction of forming Oakland's only bid to host the NFL's Super Bowl Game, in 2000 for the 2005 game that Jacksonville won the right to host. He's also the founder of Sports Business Simulations and the creator of The Oakland Baseball Simworld and XFL Simworld.