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Thread: 3/21/15 6:00 am mci-atl-sea dl 941;dl2189

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    Default 3/21/15 6:00 am mci-atl-sea dl 941;dl2189

    Hi there. Been a little while. Sorry for this one being so close, hope you get to it in time. Headed to Pacific Northwest for work purposes. I have flown in to SEA a few times, usually pretty bumpy no matter what time of year so I'm fine with that. The most annoying part of this trip is the heading east to head west...

    Thanks again!

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    Not only that, but MCI-ATL and ATL-SEA seems to fly right over the flight path from MCI-ATL. I think MCI-ATL and ATL through MCI or so might be a little bumpy, some occasional to continuous light to moderate, and then the usual SEA bumps as you pointed out. I think the worst will be over a little past MCI.
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    It looks like they avoided the worst on both flights, especially 2189.. looking at flightaware the route we took was different than the one scheduled, and avoided MCI completely. However, the last 20-30 minutes before landing were pretty bumpy. Once again though, everything you said was correct! See you again in about a week.

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