So you didn't catch the Qantas Airbus A380 making a stunning flyby of Sydney Harbour this weekend to celebrate Australia Day?
You missed a crowd-stopping sight as the superjumbo flew low and slow over the city, looping back and around as shown on this route map for the special QF6601 flight.
But here's a view none of the spectators caught: the scene from inside the A380's cockpit.
Sure, the day turned out to be a little more cloudy than we'd have liked for the national day of our sun-drenched country. But the brief journey of QF6601 still less provided a rare treat for the Qantas'' hand-picked flight team, as captured on this video shot by Qantas and shared with us.
PREVIOUS | Qantas will fly one of its flagship Airbus A380s over Sydney Harbour on Sunday January 26 as part of the city's Australia Day celebrations.
It won't be quite as spectacular as last year's March 31 twin superjumbo flyover of Qantas and Emirates A380s to mark the beginning of their alliance, but it'll still be a moment to watch.
A Qantas spokesperson told Australian Business Traveller that the A380 will buzz Sydney Harbour from 12.30pm, entering Sydney Harbour from North Head "and will descend to 1500 feet."
"The aircraft will then conduct a series of turns over the Harbour Bridge and then track out to the Heads."
The Flying Kangaroo will also by flying the Aussie flag in New York, Dubai and London.
In New York the Empire State Building will be lit in green and gold as part of the Spirit of Australia Party with Hugh Jackman.
London will see ex-pats descend on Australia House (home of the Australian High Commission) for the Qantas Presents Sunday in Australia House event featuring Human Nature, Barry Humphries and Dame Edna Everage.
In Dubai, Qantas and the Australian Business Council of Dubai will host a series of events across the coming weekend including a golf championship and a G’Day Big Day Out performance at Dubai Marina's new beach club with Guy Sebastian, Jon Stevens and DJ Danny Fai Fai, while Olympic gold medallist Natalie Cook will give beach volleyball tips.
On 25 January, the G’Day Dubai Gala Evening at the Park Hyatt Dubai Creek will feature gourmet cooking stations, Aussie-themed bars and 'unplugged' acoustic sets from Guy Sebastian and Jon Stevens.
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