I know many people for whom the journey is the enjoyment: it is better to have travelled and not arrived than not to have travelled at all. Generally speaking I travel purely as a means of moving myself from one place to another. I travel as a means to an end and not as a means in itself. That doesn't mean that I cannot and sometimes do not enjoy the journey or at least parts of it and occasionally, of course, I do travel for travel's sake but not usually by air.
So on my travels from Lewis to Napier there were some good moments: over the Scottish Highlands in late afternoon as the light fades on a cloudy and cold evening:
The picture from the camera on the tailplane of the Emirates Airbus A380-800 flying at 39,000 feet over Australia
and over the Tasman towards a rather cloudy New Zealand
Seating around 500 passengers these babies are BIG but very comfortable with excellent facilities on board.