I'll start off by letting you all know that I am 100% blind, so I won't be able to read a map.
My friend Hudson came over to Canada with her friends last year, September 1 or August 31, 2016.
She likes to check where she's at once in a while when flying. She said it was an Air Transat Airbus 330-200. She doesn't remember the flight number, but it was probably TSC-285 or TSC-255.
Anyway, when she flew from Manchester (EGCC) to Vancouver (CYVR), she said "(laughs), Ann was out like a light when we flew over the Scandinavian countries." How on earth does this work? I may be blind, but I do know that Vancouver is southwest of Manchester, and the Scandinavian countries are northeast of Manchester.
My question is, why would they fly over Norway, Sweden and Denmark when that is the opposite way to Vancouver? I'd love for an explanation please.
If you explain the route i.e. "she went north over x, then headed west and flew over by y" that would help, though it's not a requirement. It is guessing after all considering she may have taken off northeast or southeast from EGCC.