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    Default 12/28/2018 DEN - DTW 2:45 pm MT DL1204

    Heading back home. Any forecast as always greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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    Hi, for DEN to DTW


    Decent conditions in Denver. A bit of light to moderate on climb, smoothing out for a lightly bumpy to smooth ride over to DTW.


    From about Chicago onwards, it's light to moderate the rest of the way, including descent into DTW.


    It's a lovely nice gray and windy day here in Michigan, so a lightly bumpy landing as well.

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    Thank you for the forecast. Light turbulence till after we crossed Lake Michigan. Moderate from there with a bit of a bumpy landing due to gusty winds and low clouds. Not too bad. Interestingly, flew at 25,000 ft the whole way and a bit further South than usual. Good to be back home. Thank you again and all the best for 2019.

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    Delta gets really creative with altitudes. Glad to have them as my hometown airline.
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    I will never forget a Delta flight many years ago from CLT to ATL. We were one of the last flights leaving CLT before a big hurricane; I think we flew the whole way to ATL at around 10,000 feet.

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    How was the ride at 10K?
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    kind of eerie but pretty smooth

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