Passenger Films His Flight Going Through Southern Lights-Absolutely Stunning!

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Passenger Films His Flight Going Through Southern Lights-Absolutely Stunning! | World War Wings Videos

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Talk About An Experience.

This must be one of the finest videos we found to date. Sure, it’s not of a World War II plane or even a military plane in general, but it is the most mesmerizing aviation video we’ve seen in a while.

Here’s the kicker though. You can actually do it yourself if that’s something you’re interested in. It’s called “Flight of the Lights.

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“When you are above the clouds and in the high latitude belt where auroras are most common, even weak auroras will be visible, so you do not need a strong event to occur, making it almost a guarantee to see something beautiful,”-Brandon Miller, CNN meteorologist

Although steep, $2,800 is what it cost the 134 passengers who got to witness this spectacular event. Leaving from Dunedin, New Zealand, the plane literally chases down Aurora Australis and cruises around them. The passengers got to see this phenomenon for almost 8 hours, which is about 8 hours more than most of us have seen it.

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