Commercial Air Flights on a Flat Earth Work Perfectly

Abu Dhabi to Fort Worth, Texas Flight Path

This graphic shows the path of a flight from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates to Fort Worth, Texas, USA. The top graphic shows how the flight appears as it is tracked on a globe map. The bottom graphic shows how the flight path would look on a flat earth map. As you can see, the flight path on the ball earth map appears to take a strange northern loop and pass unnecessarily over land in the high northern latitudes. Why not just go in a straight line? On the flat earth map, however, the flight path going over land in the northern latitudes makes perfect sense, as it is a straight line from point A to point B.

Abu Dhabi to Ft. Worth Texas Flight Path

 

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If Earth was a ball, and Antarctica was too cold to fly over, the only logical way to fly from Sydney to Santiago would be a straight shot over the Pacific staying in the Southern hemisphere the entire way. Re-fueling could be done in New Zealand or other Southern hemisphere destinations along the way if absolutely necessary. In actual fact, however, Santiago-Sydney flights go into the Northern hemisphere making stop-overs at LAX and other North American airports before continuing back down to the Southern hemisphere. Such ridiculously wayward detours make no sense on the globe but make perfect sense and form nearly straight lines when shown on a flat Earth map.— Eric Dubay 200 proofs Earth not a Spinning Ball

 

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“On a ball-Earth, Johannesburg, South Africa to Perth, Australia should be a straight shot over the Indian Ocean with convenient re-fueling possibilities on Mauritus or Madagascar. In actual practice, however, most Johannesburg to Perth flights curiously stop over either in Dubai, Hong Kong or Malaysia all of which make no sense on the ball, but are completely understandable when mapped on a flat Earth.—Ibid

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“On a ball-Earth Johannesburg, South Africa to Sao Paolo, Brazil should be a quick straight shot along the 25th Southern latitude, but instead nearly every flight makes a re- fueling stop at the 50th degree North latitude in London first! The only reason such a ridiculous stop-over works in reality is because the Earth is flat.”  ~ Ibid

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According to the Federal Aviation Association, no air flights have gone the much shorter routes over the Arctic and Antarctic due to cold weather effecting flights as well as having to effect rescue over such inhabited areas (what about the oceans?!). Another reason that is given is that airlines would be required to carry special survival equipment (jackets, boots?), even though thousands of hours of flight time and fuel consumption would be saved by going direct instead of Westward and Eastward directions.

“If Earth was a ball there are several flights in the Southern hemisphere which would have their quickest, straightest path over the Antarctic continent such as Santiago, Chile to Sydney, Australia. Instead of taking the shortest, quickest route in a straight line over Antarctica, all such flights detour all manner of directions away from Antarctica instead claiming the temperatures too cold for airplane travel! Considering the fact that there are plenty of flights to/from/over Antarctica, and NASA claims to have technology keeping them in conditions far colder (and far hotter) than any experienced on Earth, such an excuse is clearly just an excuse, and these flights aren’t made because they are impossible.”                                                                                                                                    ~ Ibid

10 thoughts on “Commercial Air Flights on a Flat Earth Work Perfectly

  1. BurntToast December 3, 2016 at 6:02 pm Reply

    Your comparison for the flight between Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates to Fort Worth, Texas is using 2 different flat map projections. The global comparison should use an actual globe for the flight path, not a projection that is known to distort dimensions.

    With a proper comparison, I believe this route will fly over the same geographical features, with the same distance and flying time.

    A more interesting comparison would be travel between points in a mostly east-west path that is near the southernmost points of Africa, South America, and Australia.

    Perhaps simply calculating distances between identical pairs of longitudes, with one set on a northern latitude and the same set on the opposite southern latitude (where these are equally quite far from the equator).

    If these are vastly different distances, that would seem to be evidence supporting the FE model. Any takers who are good with Lat-Long distance calculations?

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    • jwlpeace December 3, 2016 at 6:05 pm Reply

      Burnt toast we don’t do “beliefs” on this site.
      do your homework before making stupid comments like this
      like many other FE researchers have done before you
      and plz leave your
      BE LIE systems to yourself, your not helping
      also, look into FE maps, the Gleason Map, et. all
      Africa and S. America are much larger than Heliohead theories.
      thanx.

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  2. BurntToast December 3, 2016 at 7:17 pm Reply

    jwlpeace,

    To avoid any issues with the words I use, please strikeout “believe this” from the post and address the remaining ideas. If they are shown to be false, OK. If there is someone up to doing distance calculations, use that evidence to support the validity of the FE model.

    The claim you made is how FE is accurate; pictures tell one story; comparison calculations should provide SOLID evidence to this question.

    If you want to debunk something I said, provide evidence and feel free to point out any stupid parts. Otherwise it would seem your response is an opinion (or some similar synonym).

    Thanks.

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  3. Madpup February 23, 2017 at 11:12 pm Reply

    What you post on this page is flat out wrong. I have flown from Johannesburg to Perth and assure you that it took 9 hours, unless of course the plane went into some time warp and I lost the track of time. I also have known numerous people that have caught Sydney to Santiago flight, which indeed takes 13 hours. Kind of puts a spanner in the works in your ‘theory’

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  4. Bryan Schimpf April 8, 2017 at 1:16 pm Reply

    Sorry to say but I have flown many times from Argentina to Australia and the flight was from Buenos Aires to Rio Gallegos very southern region of Argentina then New Zealand and finally Sydney. So as you said “If Earth was a ball, and Antarctica was too cold to fly over, the only logical way to fly from Sydney to Santiago would be a straight shot over the Pacific staying in the Southern hemisphere the entire way. Re-fueling could be done in New Zealand” and that actually happens then we have to conclude according to your own logic that the earth is a ball.

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  5. Tom April 10, 2017 at 2:47 am Reply

    This post says “Such ridiculously wayward detours make no sense”. I would say it all depends on what the airline is trying to accomplish.

    When our family went to Florida a decade ago from southern Wisconsin, our first plane took us to Minneapolis, MN. No matter what the shape of the earth is, this “ridiculously wayward detour” also appears to “make no sense”. Perhaps the main question should not be the shape of the earth, but what are airlines trying to do with their flight offerings?

    The non-ridiculous answer is they want to maximize plane seats used, and thereby profit margins. To do so they use a hub and spoke system of airports to route flyers in many directions, while attempting to leave few seats empty.

    This is an excellent reason why planes have unusual connections as this post describes. No earth shape ideas in play in this scenario.

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  6. Michael April 27, 2017 at 1:23 pm Reply

    The flights Sydney to Santiago are direct. No stops for fuel. The range of a 747-400 is such that it could fly 2000 km further.

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  7. mark April 30, 2017 at 1:15 am Reply

    we live on a flat plane , all airplanes fly level at all times , there is no compensation for the curvature of the earth. to think we live on a globe earth is to believe in Santa Claus.

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    • Zazoo May 11, 2017 at 1:39 am Reply

      There is compensation for the curvature of the earth. Aircraft fly at altitude which is a measurement for the distance above the ground. As that ground curves so does the flight path, keeping an equal distance above the ground.

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  8. Fringe July 5, 2017 at 9:41 pm Reply

    I am flabbergasted at how FE just ignore factual science.

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