Late last year a buyer was found and the process started to ferry the plane to its new home. Turns out the buyer was an airline pilot from Kenya which is four big African countries away from where we are. A trip that even cruising at 300 kph would take two days. We had hoped this would happen in November but paperwork delays meant that in order to deliver it in the 2013 calendar year, we had to travel on 30th and 31st December.
|The weather for the days we flew|
|The obligatory in flight shot.|
We flew along almost all of the eastern shore of Lake Malawi which is huge and equivalent the distance between London to Glasgow.
|The Cape McClear Peninsula at the bottom of Lake Malawi|
|What it looked like out of the window.|
|Kilimanjaro seemingly floating above the vast African plains|
|How to pass the time on long flights - take another selfie|
Turns out he was still busy with his own day job on New Years Eve but invited us to fly jump seat on his Dash 8-100 that afternoon.
|We flew down to the coast just south of Mombasa|
Mercy Air team