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I'm one of those guys who sometimes watches those types of videos!
I didn't know of Sam, though...
Actually, I used to watch a lot of flight attendant channels... Partly because I love flying. Also, it seems to me that, in general, pilots can't film on the plane, whereas flight attendants can (depending on the airline)...
I'd link to some, but all the flight attendants making the YouTube channels I was following have been furloughed, sadly. (They all worked for American Airlines, I'm guessing because they're probably more flexible about allowing flight attendants to film on the plane compared to other airlines...)
Ah, what the heck... Here's one I used to watch... "Jetting Julia"...
Also, "Fly with Stella"...
The only other channel I follow which is like this (which is not a flight attendant one) is Noel Philips'... He's a British guy, who seems to have money to fly everywhere, and is crazy about travel.
I saw one video where he flew from the UK to Canada, waited a few hours, then flew back! I don't think he even left the airport... he was there for the journey, not the destination!
He doesn't get nearly as many views as Sam Chui's, though. I originally followed him because he used to post "full flight" videos, where he would film the whole flight... He doesn't do that any more, though. I used to have them sometimes running in the background when I was working (so I could pretend I was working on a plane)! Okay, maybe I'm a little weird...
Here's his channel...
And for those as crazy as me, here's one of his "full flight" videos... This one is from London, to Perth, Australia. If you want to watch from beginning to end, the whole flight (and video) is over 17 hours...!
Most of the video is the view looking out the window, but when he gets served snacks or meals, he films that, too...
Noel used to have a paid channel of just full flight videos in high resolution, I think he hosted it on Vimeo... Yeah, I was a paid subscriber. I don't think he does it any more, though (again, maybe proving that service was quite "niche")...!
Last edited by Dien Rice : November 19, 2020 at 11:56 PM.
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