Posted October 14, 2018 05:32:25My first airplane, a Boeing 757-200, was my favorite airplane of all time.
I bought it for $4.7 million at a time when most of the competition was still in its infancy.
It was the first time I could afford to fly solo.
My family and I took a two-week trip to Seattle for the flight, a first for me.
When we arrived in Seattle, I saw that the city was buzzing with activity.
I thought, “This is amazing.”
I was wrong.
It felt like everyone was excited to see the city’s newest skyscraper rise up from the waters.
But the plane didn’t feel as exciting as the skyscrapers we were seeing in the sky.
The plane I was riding in, the 747-800, was a good-looking airplane.
But it was a budget airplane, built by Boeing.
It cost a bit more than $4 million, so the plane wasn’t as nice as the new ones we were flying.
My friends and I had spent a fortune on this airplane, but it was barely worth it.
I knew I needed to find another plane.
My second plane, a Cessna 172, was like the opposite of the first airplane.
It looked like a supercar, but I wasn’t sure if it was.
We bought it when we were teenagers.
The 172 was our first jet, and it was built by General Dynamics and made in Detroit.
It had four engines that powered it and a crew of two.
The first flight we took off with it was in 1985, but we never took off again.
The airplane didn’t look very nice.
It didn’t have that nice nose, that big wing, and the plane had a really small wing.
But we could afford it.
The last plane I owned was the Boeing 727-200.
I loved it.
It wasn’t too expensive, and I loved flying it.
But, as I grew older, I realized that the plane I had been saving up for was no longer the best plane.
I wanted a new plane.
The plane that was always in my heart, the plane that had been with me every step of the way.
I had to find a new one.
In the late 1990s, a friend recommended the Boeing 737 MAX.
I liked it.
The wings were wider and the tail was longer, so it made more power.
The seats were spacious and comfortable, and my wife loved it too.
But I didn’t want to be the one to buy a plane that would never see the inside of a 747. I didn