My first turboprop!

Let’s go back to Slovenia and how it started!

I have left from Pristina and I didn’t expected at all to fly on an old fashioned turboprop or whatever it is called!

I was almost scared but then it turned out to be an amazing trip!

Of course we couldn’t afford to fly high as the common planes do but I think I have enjoyed it even more!

It was a little scary somehow because when it bends you almost have the impression to be on an earlier fighter aircraft.

No, I have never board one of those and I hope I will never do, by the way I think that the feeling must be more or less the same.

I am sorry for the low quality of the pics but the view was really impressive.

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24 thoughts on “My first turboprop!

    1. Thank you Tamara. I am always surprised of this strange effect but I am very glad that my pictures help other people travelling around. I use to plan my posts in advance bug I will try to make some more in real time so that it will be really like travelling all together! 😊πŸ’ͺ

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  1. Beautiful pictures. I haven’t flown in years. Little turbo props not my favorite either. Have a cousin whose young daughter is attending pilot school. She has flown for at least 2 years…as soon as she could get a license…and she wants to become a commercial pilot. I am content to see other people’s’ pictures!

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    1. Hi Shauna, thank you for stopping by. Well, I think that pilots must have a totally different vision respect ours of simple passengers! I suppose it must be a great job but unfortunately is not for me πŸ˜…

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  2. Adria have now ceased trading and filed for bankruptcy. A big shame for not only their 500+ staff but also for people like me who fondly remember their once reliable and professional service, and a direct route from Manchester to Ljubljana.

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