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Fit For A Queen! (EWR-RIC/IAD-EWR), Tons Of Pics!  
User currently offlineExFATboy From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 2974 posts, RR: 8
Posted (7 years 2 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 22490 times:

”exFATboy, exFATboy, where have you been?”
“I’ve been to Jamestown, to visit the Queen”


Jamestown and Colonial Williamsburg have always been on my “places I want to go” list, but I’ve never gotten around to it. With all the publicity around the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, I decided it was time to go – originally I was going to go for the full-on “400th Anniversary Weekend”, but that sounded very crowded and sure to have ridiculously run-up hotel prices. So when the Palace announced the Queen’s itinerary, I decided to go while she was there and combine it with a visit to the Udvar-Hazy Center.

A quick Kayak check showed CO had an itinerary that worked great, and cost a whopping $87, round trip with taxes!

CO 2782 EWRRIC 5/3/07
Embraer RJ145
Seat 5A
Gate: originally 104b, changed to 97
Load Factor: around 90%
Departure: scheduled 1905, actual 1940

I left for the airport straight from work – one of the few advantages (very few!) of my company, in its infinite wisdom, moving us to Jersey City is that I can get to EWR very quickly – PATH to Newark Penn, then New Jersey Transit one stop to the “AirTrain” monorail. I’d already checked in on-line, so with no bag to check went straight through Security (no difference between the CO Elite and regular lines), grabbed a burger, and then went to the gate – for some reason, I seem to pull the “underground” gates a lot.

The jungle jet’s ready:


So down we go!


Boarding started right on time, and I was first on, so I grabbed an interior shot:


I was in the “A” seat – I love those on the ERJs, both aisle and window…and unlike the CRJ, a real window you can see out of without hunching over.

Boarding finished up on time…and then we sat. And sat a little more. I’ve had bad luck getting out of New York lately, first the ice storm (almost 8 hours), then a three-hour mechanical delay on the next trip. Let’s see, the weather looks fine, I’m not seeing any mechanic types running around, so what gives here?

While we waited, I snapped a couple of pics out the window:

US’ new Nevada theme jet


“Speedbird, follow the ugly jet…” I detest TAP’s new livery. HATE.


Okay, so it wasn’t the greatest of spotting sessions.

At about 7:20, the pilot came on and told us what was going on: apparently there was a shortage of baggage loaders, and that’s what we were waiting for.

Can anyone tell me what the hell these are for?

Every gate at Newark seems to have one. It looks like there should be a hose on the round part…but connected to what?

Anyway, yellow-hose-thingie mysteries aside, a few minutes later a couple of baggage types came along and loaded the bags. We pulled back about a half-hour late, not a big deal in the grand scheme of things.

Taxiing by as we pulled out: L’Avion…very, very purple. I like it!


The sun sets over a flock of jungle jets


No delay at the end of the runway, we turned on and started our roll. I love the take-off in an ERJ, it’s the closest most of us will ever get to something that feels like a fighter…or a private plane.

The flight passed quickly, and was very smooth – we turned out over Staten Island, then pretty much followed the coastline of New Jersey.

Atlantic City

(Yeah, I need to get a better camera for this sort of shot.)

We didn’t make up much of the time, landing in Richmond about a half-hour late. Very long taxi – we came in on the far end of the runway to the left in this pic from their website:

and spent about 10 minute taxiing to the terminal. As we turned to get to our gate, I could see a British Airways tail, but that’s all I could see of Her Majesty’s plane.

I was impressed by Richmond’s terminal – part of the baggage claim is still being renovated, but the terminal is very nice:




10 minutes later I had my rental car contract and my bag, and hit the road to the Historic Triangle!

Interlude: Jamestown & Colonial Williamsburg
Saturday morning, I went to the visitor’s center at Jamestown Settlement – it’s actually a reconstruction, the actual site is an archaeological dig a couple of miles away, which you can also tour. I waited a little while to see the Queen’s arrival and listen to the ceremony – Sandra Day O’Connor and the governor gave their speeches inside the walls of the camp, HM didn’t give a speech. Surprisingly, I found out that I could have come for the main event the following weekend, less than half the tickets had been sold. Ah, well, I’d rather see the Queen than Bush any day.

After the dignitaries left, I wandered through the reconstructed settlement and looked at the little boats – I don’t think I could have been a colonist, the ferry I take from Manhattan to Jersey City is almost as big as the boats they came all the way from England in! Then I wandered down to Colonial Williamsburg and checked it out – I have to admit I had mixed feelings about it. It was much larger than I expected it to be, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that many of the buildings are actually lived in…it’s not just a museum piece. On the other hand, it seemed that many of the restaurants were closed, and the re-enactors that are supposed to act out the great debates and such were just sitting around. It was a hot day, and there weren’t a lot of people there – I suspect people were afraid of security restrictions from Her Majesty’s visit. But other than stopping pedestrian traffic for a minute while the royal motorcade whipped through, there weren’t any major problems. I think part of it was also that I didn’t have one of the sticky-tickets on that showed that I’d paid for one of the admission packages. (You can walk through the town for free, but admission to most of the buildings requires a ticket.) Disappointing – I’d wanted to play around debating with one of the “patriots.”

(Have you ever considered how the American Revolution would play out today? The UN would stick its nose in, hearings, peacekeepers, gods only know what else…)

After wandering around for a while, I came to the conclusion that the town was very pretty but what I really wanted was a hamburger and a beer. So I left and had a very nice drive down the Colonial Parkway back to Jamestown – it had been closed for the royal motorcade, and had just been reopened, so I had it pretty much to myself. After that, I made a wrong turn and would up taking a two-lane highway about half the distance to Richmond, until I eventually found the Interstate, and made my way to Chantilly, right at the southeastern edge of Dulles Airport…time for a soak in the Jacuzzi tub (free room upgrades rule!), order in some Pad Thai, and rest up for Udvar-Hazy the next day!

Pictures of Jamestown and Williamsburg are here.

Interlude the Second – Udvar-Hazy
A very grey, overcast sky greeted me as I drove the couple of miles from the hotel to the Smithsonian’s Udvar-Hazy Center. The Center is huge, and still only contains part of the Smithsonian’s collection of larger aircraft.

Here’s the pics (94 of them, and that’s after heavy editing!)

Overall impression? It’s impressive and well done, but as someone who’s interests lean more toward civil aviation…well, I hate to say it, but I will admit I was a little disappointed. I’d expected more of a balance between the three different aspects the Center is supposed to cover: commercial aviation, military aviation, and space travel. It was heavily weighted to military aviation. The commercial aviation wing is cluttered with gilders, hang-gliders (I mean, really, who cares? You’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all) and racing planes.

And none of the commercial aircraft were accessible – I can understand not having the Dash 80 open, there’s really nothing to see inside. But why can’t we go inside Concorde? (With protection on the seats & such, of course?) And while I understand wanting to keep their mint-condition example that way, why not have a second Junkers tri-motor that we can go inside and see what flying was like then? I thought that the Imperial War Museum field at Duxford did a much better job of presenting commercial airliners – you could go in a Comet 4, for example, and the Concorde prototype. (That was 8 years ago, I’m not sure you still can.)

But it was still great fun.

After the U-H tour, it was time to go back home, so I drove the few miles to the terminal, dropped off the rental car, and took the Thrifty rent-a-car shuttle to the terminal just as it started to rain.

I couldn’t get a good shot of the exterior of the famous Dulles Airport groundside terminal designed by Eero Saarinen, but here’s the interior:



The terminal is showing a little age – the signage on the baggage claim/ground transport level is decidedly ‘70s. And the ticketing/check-in area is very cramped by modern standards.

CO 1278 IAD- EWR 5/5/07
Embraer RJ135
Seat 3A
Gate: B31
Load Factor: 100%
Departure: scheduled 1700, departed on time

Check-in was a breeze, and the CSR who tagged my bag asked me if I wanted to stand by on the earlier flight. But since I wanted to check the bag (not TSA-liquid-moronity compliant), and wasn’t sure the bag and I would stay together, I decided to relax and just stay with my itinerary.

Security was efficient – no Elite line, but it didn’t matter, only took 5 minutes anyway! After security, I started to wait for one of the hated mobile lounges, but noticed a sign telling me I could get to the “B” gates by walking. So I did...

Mobile Lounge


Building the new train system – I believe it’s scheduled to be completed in 2009


The walkway to Terminal B – bit of a jaunt, but nothing major


The “B” gates


With a couple of hours to kill before my flight, I decided to get a late lunch – Udvar-Hazy is a little deficient in that area, only having a McDonald’s “McCafe.” Terminal B could also stand an upgrade in the food department – there are lots of shops, but relatively few restaurants. I really wanted – for some bizarre reason - meat loaf, but no joy. So I opted for the Mexican restaurant, where the first words from the waitress were “sorry, we’re out of the mango margarita mix.” Which, of course, is what I wanted. I settled for strawberry, and then sat for 15 minutes while the bartender whistled annoyingly while filling every drink order except mine. The waitress never came back to take my food order, or even bring me water. So I left, and had to settle for an overcooked hamburger at Fuddrucker’s. Sigh.

After eating, I did a little plane photography:

Lots of JetBlue A320s flitting around



What is it about JetBlue gates and basketball hoops? I’ve noticed them in Tampa too


Virgin Atlantic A340 Diana


A vast array of varied RJs…



…and their big brothers


(and yeah, the mobile lounges like to get in almost every shot, like the weird uncle at a family reunion!)

(cue music) One…of these…is not like…the others…


An oldie but a goodie


Caddyshack and the National Lampoon Vacation movies apparently paid off better than I would have thought - he has his own bank!


4:30 arrived, and we started boarding the ERJ-135, a new plane for my list! Once again, through the grace of Elite Access and pacing impatiently, I was first on board! And you know what that means…interior shot!



Yep, looks just like its bigger sibling, just fewer rows.  Silly

We pushed back on time (I seem to have few problems getting back to New York!), and I continued the photo-fest while we taxied:

Construction all over the frackin’ place!


Star Alliance – SAS


And another Star Allliance – Austrian


The Queen of the Skies, representin’ Deutschland!
(for non-Americans, that’s a reference to a VW commercial we had over here with a German engineer talking like a rapper..”Vee-dub!”, a very strange and most un-German series of commercials…yet funny.)

And another Queen, from the realm of the Queen


Finally, after much taxiing, we’re outta here!





Breaking through the clouds


My favorite drink on Continental…  drunk 


I went with nature’s IFE today



Continental Arena, appropriate!


And Giants Stadium


I can see my building from here! (well, until they finish the new condos across the street, that is)



What some people think all of New Jersey looks like


We landed right on time


I know I’m home when I see Ikea! You can do some great spotting while eating cheap meatballs over there!


Aaaggghhhh! More TAP ugliness. At least I can console myself with the traditional Alitalia 767, gotta love the Snoopy nose!


My day for Star Alliance livery! LOT this time!


Outta here!


And thus ends another trip…all in all, a good trip, although the “there aren’t enough baggage handlers” excuse was a first, and pretty lame if you ask me.

Had two more trips in May – first a golf school in Orlando (no TR for that one, it was very plain vanilla), followed by a visit to a friend in Wisconsin! I’m flying Midwest, it’s all about the cookies! TR on that one soon!

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User currently offlineSTT757 From United States of America, joined Mar 2000, 16863 posts, RR: 51
Reply 1, posted (7 years 2 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 22453 times:

Quoting ExFATboy (Thread starter):
Can anyone tell me what the hell these are for?



Quoting ExFATboy (Thread starter):
Every gate at Newark seems to have one. It looks like there should be a hose on the round part...but connected to what?

Those are to roll up and hold the hoses that connect the Air conditioning to the aircraft, at EWR CO has their Air conditioners on top of the gates. While parked at the gate they connect the aircraft to the AC via those big yellow hoses.

You can see them here, when they are disconnected the hoses deflate and they get wound around the wheel. The nozzle where the it connects with the aircraft goes in the basket.


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Eastern Air lines flt # 701, EWR-MCO Boeing 757
User currently offlineFbgdavidson From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2004, 3706 posts, RR: 28
Reply 2, posted (7 years 2 months 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 22436 times:

Well your writing style turned what would have been boring ERJ short hops into something interesting  thumbsup 

Local interest from me...I live in Richmond and remember the Queen being in town, being the only Brit in the office everyone was asking me too many questions about her and family! My mother and father in law also live in Williamsburg, a short drive from the Colonial part. Nice to walk down there when the tourists aren't in town...Jamestown is quite interesting too, there isn't much at the real Jamestown you refer to. Last time I was there the small visitor centre was closed after Hurricane Isobel and as for the settlement itself, well there were bricks showing where buildings were, plus a couple of archaeological digs and some statues. You saw more at the reconstruction.

As for the Queen's visit she flew into Richmond on the Thursday on a chartered BA 777 and then drove down to Williamsburg and stayed the night. The 777 was ferried to Norfolk NAS close by and they then flew to LEX.

Quoting ExFATboy (Thread starter):
Security was efficient – no Elite line, but it didn’t matter, only took 5 minutes anyway!

At IAD there is an elite line, just follow the signs for Premium Passengers. There are two entrances one next to the BA First check-in and another round the back behind Lufthansa. Anyone in a premium cabin or elite on any airline can use it. Very quick  thumbsup 

Quoting ExFATboy (Thread starter):
(and yeah, the mobile lounges like to get in almost every shot, like the weird uncle at a family reunion!)

 rotfl 

Quoting ExFATboy (Thread starter):
Caddyshack and the National Lampoon Vacation movies apparently paid off better than I would have thought - he has his own bank!

 bigthumbsup  That's what I first thought when I saw Chevy Chase Bank for the first time. Then I found out there is a place called Chevy Chase in Maryland where it was based.



"My first job was selling doors, door to door, that's a tough job innit" - Bill Bailey
User currently offlineMdodd From United States of America, joined Jul 2007, 348 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (7 years 1 month 3 weeks 4 days 3 hours ago) and read 21302 times:

Nice TR. Travel on Continental Express all the time (out of EWR too), on those ERJ's and you have inspired me to do one on my next trip! Thanks!!

User currently offlineArdian From Netherlands, joined Oct 2000, 544 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (7 years 1 month 3 weeks 4 days 3 hours ago) and read 21289 times:

I completely agree with fbgdavidson. I really like your writing style! Nice tripreport  Smile

User currently offlineDCA-ROCguy From United States of America, joined Apr 2000, 4506 posts, RR: 33
Reply 5, posted (7 years 1 month 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 21177 times:

Very good trip report and pictures. And like Ardian and fbgdavidson I compliment your writing style! Thank you for posting.

Regarding Udvar-Hazy: I think the reason it has a lot of less-significant civil a/c is that it is a companion museum. Most of the most historically-valuable a/c are at the downtown museum. I agree that the Concorde should be open to visitors; at the Museum of Flight in Seattle the Concorde is open although they have plexiglass walls between the aisle and the seats. It seems to me that they should have a couple of rows open for visitors to sit in, so they can try the seats. Still, the Udvar-Hazy center is a terrific addition to the Smithsonian, and it's about half full--more a/c to come as they are restored.

Construction all over the frackin’ place!

A fellow Battlestar Galactica fan, I take it? I'm holding on til January with DVD's. It'll be interesting to see what they do with Cain's backstory in the (October?) movie.

The new Richmond terminal looks really snazzy by all accounts I read. Good for them--they were one of the last medium-size cities on the East Coast to replace their original 1950's landside terminal building. I don't know if anyone got a photo-essay of it, though, before it was gone. Hope so.

Jim



Need a new airline paint scheme? Better call Saul! (Bass that is)
User currently offlineJetBluefan1 From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 2982 posts, RR: 14
Reply 6, posted (7 years 1 month 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 21161 times:

Quoting ExFATboy (Thread starter):

What is it about JetBlue gates and basketball hoops? I’ve noticed them in Tampa too

And all over JFK, as well as ROC. I'm pretty sure it's standard throughout the JetBlue network - gives ground crew ops something to do in between flights.

That being said, very nice report.

JetBluefan1



Most people on a.net hate JetBlue. Get used to it.
User currently offlineExFATboy From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 2974 posts, RR: 8
Reply 7, posted (7 years 1 month 3 weeks 2 days 21 hours ago) and read 20707 times:

Thanks for all the comments and compliments! I'm getting a swelled head over here.

Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 2):
Well your writing style turned what would have been boring ERJ short hops into something interesting

Thank you, sir! Particularly gratifying coming from one of my two favorite TR authors!

Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 2):
At IAD there is an elite line, just follow the signs for Premium Passengers.

I just wasn't paying attention - there''s a security entrance right next to the CO check-in and I just hopped right in line. Was through in no time, so it didn't matter, but good to know it's there for future use. Minor quibbles aside, IAD is a very pleasant airport in my experience, and fun for spotting!

Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 2):
That's what I first thought when I saw Chevy Chase Bank for the first time. Then I found out there is a place called Chevy Chase in Maryland where it was based.

Heh - you reminded me of when I first found out about the town. I used to do sales tax reporting, and Virginia has (or at least had back then) a very byzantine sales tax system that required reporting at the city level. Chevy Chase was still on "Saturday Night Live" at the time (gad, I feel old!) and when I ran across the town name on the tax return, I couldn't help but laugh! Every time I did the monthly report, when I got to that line I'd have to stand up and announce to the room "Good evening, I'm Chevy Chase, and you're not!" (Yes, I have my silly moments - when I lived in New Jersey, I would drive two towns over to Springfield to go to the New York Sports Club there...and every morning I'd hum the "Simpsons" theme. Couldn't help it.)

Quoting STT757 (Reply 1):
Those are to roll up and hold the hoses that connect the Air conditioning to the aircraft,

Thank you! I presumed they were somehow hose-related, but that just wasn't springing to the eye. Should have figured that one out, CO's planes are almost always nice and cool on boarding, even in the worst days of summer. (Unlike some airlines...I'm looking in your general direction, American...)

Quoting DCA-ROCguy (Reply 5):
Regarding Udvar-Hazy: I think the reason it has a lot of less-significant civil a/c is that it is a companion museum. Most of the most historically-valuable a/c are at the downtown museum.

Very true, and I don't have any problem with having the truly rare aircraft (the 247D, for example) on the Mall where more people will see them. But I'd expected the Civil Aviation wing to be more weighted toward commercial aviation than it is, especially since commercial aviation is where their benefactor made his fortune. (Actually, I'd separate commercial and general aviation if I was running the place.)

They are preparing a new exhibit at the main museum on the Mall, America by Air, on the history of commercial aviation, looking forward to that. And I need to get out to Seattle too!

Quoting DCA-ROCguy (Reply 5):
A fellow Battlestar Galactica fan, I take it? I'm holding on til January with DVD's. It'll be interesting to see what they do with Cain's backstory in the (October?) movie.

Oh, yeah, big fan here. I have all of Season 3 stored on my DVR until the DVDs come out. If I hadn't mentally reminded myself how stupid the Emmy commitee is, the lack of Emmy nominations for BSG would have driven me insane last week! Not a single cast member nominated!

"Razor" is now scheduled for November - didn't see the specific date on SciFi's website. I can't wait...so say we all!


User currently offlineDCA-ROCguy From United States of America, joined Apr 2000, 4506 posts, RR: 33
Reply 8, posted (7 years 1 month 3 weeks 2 days 18 hours ago) and read 20623 times:

Very true, and I don't have any problem with having the truly rare aircraft (the 247D, for example) on the Mall where more people will see them. But I'd expected the Civil Aviation wing to be more weighted toward commercial aviation than it is, especially since commercial aviation is where their benefactor made his fortune. (Actually, I'd separate commercial and general aviation if I was running the place.)

That's a good idea; it would help better inform the public about these two different sectors of civil aviation. The only problem I can see is that general av a/c tend to be smaller than most commercial a/c, and being able to mix the sizes might help with efficient use of space. I would think a 737 and a DC-9 could be procured from the desert at reasonable cost. Think of a DC-9 in North Central Herman colors, or a United 737 in 60's colors, at Udvar-Hazy! Or maybe a BAC-111 in Mohawk colors, if one hasn't been scrapped. They've certainly got the space.

Speaking of the first cast of SNL...  Smile I think part of the reason many people, in our age group at least, think all of New Jersey looks like the photo you showed, is because of the endless ribbing of NJ by Gilda Radner ("he smelled like New Jersey!") and others in that original cast!

And a raspberry--thbbbfft! for the Emmy committee, for not nominating any BSG actors. Edward James Olmos and Mary McDonnell deserve nominations *for starters.* As far as guest stars go--Kate Vernon was incredible, making the complicated Ellen Tigh human and plausible.

Regarding the Dulles check-in area: it was even *more* cramped when the ticket counters in the original building were a good 10-15 feet closer to the doors! When the two ends were built in 1994, their counters were set further back, and during the past few years the center of the terminal was renovated and the counters moved back to match.

Jim



Need a new airline paint scheme? Better call Saul! (Bass that is)
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