It has been sometime since I've posted any reports as traveling didn't warrant me any time to post.
Today's SHORT report highlights the PSA's service between YYZ and CLT airports back in April. This is part 1 of 4.
Most non-Canadian airline trans-border flights operate out of the aging Terminal 3 at Pearson Int'l. Larger aircraft use jetways whereas the regional jets load passengers from stairs. Terminal 3 is also shared with WestJet, Flair and all other international carriers which happen to be non-star alliance members.
As seen above, our CRJ 900 had a quick turn around and began boarding about 20 minutes after arrival. Other T3 operations were visible as seen in the window view below.
Taxi to RWY 24, passing Terminal 1 and AC's operations.
Seldom these days that ERJ-135s are spotted, great to see one operating back to base.
Soon enough we were upwind as off to CLT.
Banking over the western GTA before flying over Lake Ontario.
As I settled in, I realized the cabin could have done with some extra cleaning as crumbs and spilt liquids was seen around my seat
At cruise the crew came about offering light refreshments for the relatively short hop. I opted for a rum and coke and also a fruit bar.
Views away from the 6ix.
Soon enough, we were at our top of descent into CLT. We caught a sweet view over the Carolinas, right into final on RWY 36L.
Taxi towards concourse E.
It was actually pretty cool to catch LH's A350, a service once operated by the A333.
I headed off to Concourse C quickly to catch my next flight, CLT-MCO.
Routing of today's flight thanks to Flightradar24.com
As expected, the regional jet service was average. The flight was short and offered the basic business amenities on a feeder service.