Photo of the Week: Flying over the Beautiful Norwegian West Coast

senne Senne Vandenputte   /   Apr 20, 2017   /   0   /   1 min read  /  197   /

Photo of the Week: Flying over the Beautiful Norwegian West Coast

In this series, we feature a new great flying photo or photo series each week! Send us your photos here for a chance to be featured.

This week's photo of the week was sent to us by Fredrik R. Bjørneseth (@fredrikbjorneseth).

Here's a photo that expresses some of the beautiful surroundings that I am so lucky to be able to explore.

My name is Fredrik and I am a student pilot working towards my PPL and my goal is to have a career as a commercial pilot. This photo was taken overhead my hometown, Volda, located at 62°08'45''N 6°04'15''E. We experience a lot of winds / bad weather especially due to the North Sea and this gives us a great challenge, no problem to do xwind-training!

The aircraft that I fly is a Cessna 172M.

Thanks for the beautiful photo Frederik!

Frederik Bjorneseth - Norway Volda flying

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About the author


Senne Vandenputte

As a 22-year-old Belgian Business Management student, web designer, glider pilot, aviation blogger and founder of Hangar.Flights, Senne is passionate about aviation. He started gliding at age 14 and flew his first solo at 15. Now, he spends his time writing about aviation, creating and designing things, traveling, studying and of course, flying.

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