I spent a week during July out in Boulder, Colorado with the Boldmethod guys working on content for this year’s Oshkosh Air Venture 2014. Delta Flight 1916 Information: Flight: Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International Airport (ATL) to Denver International Airport (DEN) Flight Time: 3 Hours 10 Minutes Aircraft: Boeing 737-900ER (N802DN) Seat: 27A (economy, window) At The Gate In ATL At The Gate In ATL Boarding In ATL This was my first flight onboard a brand new Delta Air Lines 737-900ER. Every plane is fitted with a Boeing Sky Interior, with new IFE at each seat. I hadn’t ever flown on a plane with the new “Sky Interior,” so this was a cool experience (and very comfortable!). New 737-900ER IFE Screens My Seat, 27A Cabin View From My Seat Here is a video of our takeoff from Atlanta: Below are photos from the flight: Delta 737-900ER Sky Interior Cabin Ascending Out Of ATL Flying Over The Midwest My Row And Seat (27A) I set up ForeFlight and FlightRadar24 with my external GPS for the flight, and used wifi to load sectional maps along our route. It was really cool to look out the window and see exactly what we were flying over! ForeFlight And Snack Below are screenshots from our route: Our Full Route Our Plane On FlightRadar24 About To Fly Over Memphis ForeFlight Route Descending into Denver was bumpy but not too bad. With all of the hills, mountains, and warm summer air, it was expected! Initial Descent Into Denver Final Descent Into Denver Below is a video from our landing in Denver. (Note the high approach speed – due in part to the high elevation): I was happy to be in Colorado for the first time! Finally In Denver! In Denver! Thanks for reading and watching, -Swayne Martin Twitter: @MartinsAviation Share this:ShareTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.