• Where in the World Feature 95

    Where in the World Number 94 was from Johan Gelderloos and featured the tough approach into Reggio Calabria Italy. (See this awkward landing!)

    Our guessers:

    Dick Bronson
    Eric Ellis
    Francesco Barbieri
    Dieter Mennecke
    Gerard Guichard
    John Chen
    Fred Hilerio
    Rodolfo Astrada
    Tuna Bilgi
    Ulf Kristoffersson
    Carl Fish
    Les Olszewski
    Thomas Oftedal
    Andy Bobroff
    Bob Bina

    Wrong Locations:

    • Thessaloniki
    • Samos

    Next up is Where In The World #95 from Ken Moffen who writes, "Alaska Airlines flies a 737-800 regularly for this route out of Los Angeles. We fly more-or-less south to this resort where we arrive in the early afternoon; still plenty of time to catch some sun on the veranda." Where in the World is Ken flying?


    Submit your best guess to: [email protected].

    We are on the home stretch! Just a few more episodes for this long-running feature to have 100 episodes. AMAZING! Thank you to one and all for ten years' of support!

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