Fhgandi From Germany, joined Dec 2004, 39 posts, RR: 0 Reply 23, posted (8 years 11 months 1 week 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 8077 times:
In CGN / EDDK, we have three low cost carriers with parts of their fleets as homebase and some substantial freight traffic.
X3 (Hapag-Lloyd Express)
Hence, we see a lot
A319 of Germanwings: D-AKNF, D-AKNG, D-AKNH, D-AKNI, D-AKNJ
A320 of Germanwings: D-AIPD, D-AIQR
B737 of Hapag Lloyd Express: D-AGE*
B733 of dba: D-ADI*
Flying nearly everyday CGN-WAW-CGN is N944UP, a B727F of UPS. Some B767F, A300F and MD11F of UPS are around as well, mostly with N-regs (e.g. N330UP), but also sometimes with danish OY-regs. UPS has their european hub with us, hence flights from all over Europe, the US and Asia come in regularily. They use ACARS a lot, nice documention method!
A lot of B757F of DHL (Callsign: Eurotrans) nearly everyday, especially G-BIK* and some OO-regs.
Whenever KLM comes in at least twice a day, they use a F50. Several times I saw PH-KVF, might be a coincidence.
LH is active with a bunch of 319's, 320's and 321's, as well as their subsidiary CityLine with ARJ's, CRJ's and CR7's. The regs change a lot. I have not seen any LH widebodys at CGN other than due to diversion from FRA / EDDF.