Palmjet From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 1116 posts, RR: 17 Posted (3 years 1 month 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 11814 times:
Bonjour readers, and welcome to another short haul intra Euro report on Air France/KLM.
A good friend of mine moved to France earlier this year, and we’d been discussing plans for me to come and visit - who wouldn’t be up for a short trip to the South West of France at the end of October? From what she had told me, it all sounded lovely. The weather in London has been far from pleasant in recent weeks, although it’s not been that cold for this time of year. Nevertheless, I was pleased to be out of the city for a couple of days.
I got quite excited when travel options were being considered. My ultimate destination, Azille, was nowhere near any major airports which meant I had several options. The closest option was flying directly into Carcassonne but given that only FR would be able to carry me there from London, I immediately said “non” ! I don’t fly with Ryanair anymore.
I ended up settling for an Air France/KLM Skyteam combo which allowed me to fly LHR - CDG on the ATR72, then down to Toulouse on an A321. I would meet my friend in TLS. The return flight would be on KLM on an EM190 and after a short stop (more on that later) in AMS, a 738 back to LHR.
I was giddy with glee at the prospect of flying on a prop out of LHR - never having done this before. It would also make a huge contrast with the last LHR - CDG flight that I did in August, which was on the AF A380.
This report will feature only the LHR - CDG - TLS sectors.
It was also the last weekend that the ATR72 was scheduled to operate the LHR -CDG route according to the Air France website so as the day before departure arrived and OLCI opened, I was pleased to see the flight was still due to be operated by the ATR.
Air France welcomed me to OLCI so I obliged and felt happy that my trip to France was about to begin.
Some 8 hours after completing OLCI however, I received another email from Air France telling me that my ATR flight had been cancelled and they had re-booked me onto a later flight that day.
A wave of grumpiness set in, and after getting over the shock that my little ATR flight was to be no more, I also noticed that my connection time in CDG had been reduced to just one hour.
Although I’ve not transferred flights at CDG before, I have flown in an out of CDG many times and read several horror stories about transit experiences there. The possibility of actually being able to transfer to another flight in just on one hour filled me with dread. A quick call to Air France and I asked to be rebooked onto an earlier flight leaving LHR. There were plenty of seats available and the lovely lady on the phone happily changed my booking which meant I now had 3 hours to make the next flight down to TLS - phew!
Now why would they deliberately book me on a flight that gave me less time to connect there? I thought this was a bit dumb of Air France, but clearly they were far more optimistic than I was at getting through from 2E to 2F in time.
BYE BYE LONDON
I was out at LHR T4 pre-dawn, which actually made it feel like the middle of the night. I really hate when the days here get shorter *sigh*.
Check in for Air France/KLM flights was busy - in fact so busy that there was a considerable queue to check in bags. I had second thoughts about checking in anything at this point, but I had liquids which were over the limit which were presents, so that left me with no option but to check the bag in (I was later to regret this decision). The line moved faster than I thought was ever possible, and soon I was on my way through security and into the lounge for something to wake me up.
The lounge affords nice views of arrivals onto 27L, but as it was still pitch black, all I could see was the growing line of lights that were forming as LHR started to come to life in the early morning.
A couple of coffees later, and I was getting restless, so had a short wander around to see what was on stand.
Kenya Airways 772 at the gate
Royal Brunei 772 next door, having arrived from Bandar Seri Begawan and Dubai. I call this the “Brisbane Express“, as my mother always uses this flight to visit me here from Australia.
There were a few nightstoppers as well, including a CO 757 but I was unable to get any pics. Although I love night photography, it’s always a challenge trying to get a decent shot through glass, sans tripod and where there is lots of reflection. Grrrrr.
Departures from T4 this morning before us included a KL 738 to AMS and an AZ 320 to Milan.
Instead of being confronted with the nice little lines of an ATR72, this was what would take me to Paris this morning
Another angle with the CO 757 in the background
Not quite what I was hoping for - yet another A319. However, on the plus side, it was my first AF 319 and at least I had plenty of time to connect in CDG.
Sat 30 October 2010
LHR - CDG
Flight time: 50 mins
By the time I got to the gate, the flight was boarding and the load today looked quite light.
Today was the last day of service for BA 757s and I was hoping to spot “CPET” just one last time. Of course, I never expected to but more on that shortly.
Couldn’t see a thing as the aircraft had nightstoppped meaning the windows were covered with condensation. Bugger. Here’s the view as we pushed back and taxied out. I noticed in Mark’s (BA319-131) report of his flights on the same day, the view from his BA 734 was pretty much the same at LGW!
For some reason, departures had been switched to 27L, so it was only a short taxi to the end of the runway for our little A319. The cabin was nice and clean inside, cloth seats and I had the seat next to me that was empty - always a bonus!
Just before turning onto 27L, an old friend was there to wave us goodbye. Goodbye 757 I said as we started our take off roll. At least by now it had started to get light and looked like it would be a nice day in London today - ironic when I was trying to escape the yukky weather we’d been having.
Up and away passing T5
Who’s that down there? Hello CPET - and goodbye. Looks like she was being pushed back for her first rotation for her last day of service. Well, if you’ve read a number of reports on here lately such as BA319-131 and FlyingFinn76‘s reports, you’ll know what CPET was up to on 30 October.
Heading west, over Windsor before commencing a gentle left turn
In a bygone era, the London - Paris route evoked glamour and prestige. These days, it’s about as ho hum as flying gets. Many trips to Paris these days I do via Eurostar which is usually met with a “Wash your mouth out - why are you not flying?” response from my good avia friend in the US.
Air France catering today (see what I mean - nothing “glama” about this at all).
However, having said that, the crew on the flight were friendly and the captain also made a couple of announcements which were well received (by me at least, everyone else seemed to be snoozing). This included the young gentleman in front of me (who I actually thought was a woman originally because he had long flowing hair -oops) who spent most of the flight with his seat reclined. Nice and cosy - just how I like to fly….not but I guess you can’t really do anything about it.
In a sick kinda way, I quite like the fact that a number of LCCs do not allow seats to recline!
Some nice early morning view as we climbed higher and out passing the English coastline below
Unfortunately, the weather in Paris was expected to be rainy, and boy was the captain right.
After a short time, we were descending (barely enough time to eat the rather dry and cold croissant!) into CDG. Getting closer, it was clear that the weather was less than sunny in Paris today.
We landed on one of the southerly runways, and a relatively short taxi later, were at the gate.
Welcome to France!
No real negative observations of note of my first AF 319 flight. It was on time, crew were friendly and we get to CDG safely. Food offerings were a bit miserly but I'd already eaten in the lounge so I was not hungry. Can’t ask for too much more these days. Thumbs up for this one.
I waited for most pax to leave before heading out and looking for the signs to Terminal 2F. I had less hassle than I envisaged although some of the signage at CDG is very poor, in my opinion.
Having found my way to 2F, I then had to wait, and wait and wait until the departures board listed my next flight to Toulouse Blanca (TLS). Because of the way 2F is designed, you need to know precisely which gate, as there are separate security check points for each of the 2 concourses that comprise 2F. A good design? I couldn’t really see the reason for this duplication but I am no design expert.
Sat waiting landside for the gate to appear, I was deeply depressed by the fact that when sitting, the way in which the building was designed meant that you couldn’t actually see anything through the port holes.
What‘s this? A wall with some holes not very well positioned !
Finally the Gate came up so I headed to the relevant concourse, hoping for better views. Sadly I was to be disappointed. All that glass and not a decent vantage point in sight. Have I missed something here? I got bored waiting at the gate so took a pic of the colourful seats.
And the view out of the window. Can’t see any aircraft? Well they were all there - lots of Air France narrow bodies - A320/321s, 318s as well as a nice 330 parked at the other concourse at 2F but it was impossible to get a decent photo of anything, including my own A321 down to TLS.
Sat 30 October 2010
Flight time: 1 hr 20
In contrast to the last flight, this one was destined to be packed full. As the departure time approached, the gate area became very crowded and people started lining up in front of the podium a good 30 mins before we actually started boarding. I find such behaviour to be quite odd given that everyone had reserved seats. The plane is not going to leave any faster if you line up!
It also became apparent that this flight should have been renamed the “Air France Creche” given the number of unaccompanied minors on the flight - a whole army of children aged between about 8 - 11 turned up wearing their UM status around their necks. I’ve never seen so many unaccompanied kids on a flight before - do the French send their children like this around the country all the time?
As the aircraft was late arriving, we were 25 mins late boarding, and the gate area by this time represented a scene from some kind of mass evacuation - people loitering everywhere, some queuing, some not, kids screaming, people staring at their phones, some reading the paper…….
At last we were ready to go, and after boarding, this was the view from my seat - new colours A320. Are they new colours….really? Kinda like from the AZ school of rebranding. Must be a Skyteam thing?
Finally, I also got a nice view of this A330 in the old-new colours. Very nice. I am a big fan of the 330, despite some of the negative press surrounding it, particularly at the time of the Air France crash last year.
A short taxi later, and after a manual safety demonstration from the crew, we were off to TLS.
Heading for the runway
Leaving terra firma
Good bye Paris - which actually had improved weather wise by the time we departed (typical - always my luck)
Some autumnal colours as we head out of Paris
A few views of Paris on climb out - which by now was covered with only puffy white clouds!
A little further on, still climbing
No entertainment of any kind on this flight - a short drinks and snack service was completed by the crew, who, like my earlier flight, were pleasant and friendly. The captain also gave us some interesting flight information and our expected arrival time in TLS. I was disappointed that there was no moving map so I had no idea where we were - I assumed we pretty much made a straight line for TLS.
The weather steadily improved the further south we flew - yay.
Some pics as we got closer to TLS. Again, some nice rustic, autumnal colours on the ground.
Another view as we get closer to our arrival destination
All avia fans know that TLS is the home of Airbus so I was excited to see what might be on the ground there about to be delivered. Sinking closer and closer, I was lucky to get a view of some new A380s which were still being completed. A couple of LH and a SQ 380 on the ground. Great stuff!
Touchdown - Welcome to Toulouse Blagnac
The main terminal building with a few Air France, EZY and surprisingly for me, an Air Austral 772.
A nice sign, reminding us that we’re at Toulouse Blagnac
Some of the Airbus action on the other side of the airport. Never seen these guys fly before, but a few days later, I watched one land. Quite impressive but so ugly. Uggh.
Air Austral F-OMAY, getting ready to depart to Reunion
With an Aigle Azure A320 in the background
We’d arrived, albeit 25 mins late. That ended my journey with Air France. What can I say? I managed to get to Toulouse, did not misconnect at CDG and the flights were pleasant. That was pretty much how I’d sum up my flights on Air France.
Then I had a message over the PA, along with 5 other customers that they needed to speak to Air France baggage services in the terminal. Oh oh…
It turned out that Air France, despite having 3 hours to transfer my bag to the TLS flight, seemingly found this task impossible and had therefore sent my bag on the next flight. Nice going Air France.
I thought this was completely laughable (given how worried I had been about me missing the connection in CDG - not my bag!). Immediately, I could not understand how they managed to get it so wrong.
What I would say is that Air France managed to redeem itself in two ways (a) they told me in advance that my bag was not going to be at the bag reclaim area which meant I was not waiting and waiting and (b) the very nice lady working at their baggage office was so pleasant, it was hard not to be frustrated. She was lovely although she had no idea where I was staying when my friend gave her the address for the bag to be sent to! She handed me a Skyteam emergency pack containing the essentials and told me the bag would be delivered early the next day (although it actually turned up that evening which was even better).
I ended up meeting my friend in TLS as planned and had a couple of lovely days in the Languedoc-Roussillon region.
A few pics that I took over the weekend -
View from the old city/castle in Carcassonne
Gruissan - just before a powerful storm passed through
Minerve and surrounds
Even the grape vines are changing colour
Thanks for reading, and of course, any comments are appreciated.
BA319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8352 posts, RR: 55 Reply 1, posted (3 years 1 month 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 11546 times:
Nice report and pictures, thanks for posting.
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): Some 8 hours after completing OLCI however, I received another email from Air France telling me that my ATR flight had been cancelled and they had re-booked me onto a later flight that day.
- I too tried to get on this flight last year, the expected 72 got changed for a F100.
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): I have flown in an out of CDG many times and read several horror stories about transit experiences there. The possibility of actually being able to transfer to another flight in just on one hour filled me with dread
- Indeed, it's just not worth the risk, even without checked baggage!
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): Couldn’t see a thing as the aircraft had nightstoppped meaning the windows were covered with condensation. Bugger. Here’s the view as we pushed back and taxied out. I noticed in Mark’s (BA319-131) report of his flights on the same day, the view from his BA 734 was pretty much the same at LGW!
- Looks like your window is much better than mine was
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): In a sick kinda way, I quite like the fact that a number of LCCs do not allow seats to recline!
- I agree with you. When travelling in Y I don't relicne my seat, even on a longhaul, I think I should start to as those in front always do it to me!
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): Finally the Gate came up so I headed to the relevant concourse, hoping for better views. Sadly I was to be disappointed. All that glass and not a decent vantage point in sight. Have I missed something here?
- CDG is quite sad, very few good spotting/viewing points airside.
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): It turned out that Air France, despite having 3 hours to transfer my bag to the TLS flight, seemingly found this task impossible and had therefore sent my bag on the next flight. Nice going Air France.
- Amazing, just part of what you were trying to avoid!
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): What I would say is that Air France managed to redeem itself in two ways (a) they told me in advance that my bag was not going to be at the bag reclaim area which meant I was not waiting and waiting and (b) the very nice lady working at their baggage office was so pleasant, it was hard not to be frustrated. She was lovely although she had no idea where I was staying when my friend gave her the address for the bag to be sent to! She handed me a Skyteam emergency pack containing the essentials and told me the bag would be delivered early the next day (although it actually turned up that evening which was even better).
- Pretty good recover by AF, actually I'm impressed.
Palmjet From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 1116 posts, RR: 17 Reply 2, posted (3 years 1 month 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 11432 times:
Thanks for your comments. I had heard that the ATR flight was often substituted, but it seemed to be operating relatively frequently in the weeks leading up to Oct 30, so I thought I was safe ! No such luck.
Like you, I rarely recline my seat in Y, even in long haul flights, because I am always concerned that the person behind me will be uncomfortable so I tend to leave it up - or if I do recline, it's only a very slight recline. I can't sleep anyway so to me the amount of recline makes no difference!
Yes, AF managed to rectify things OK in TLS. My return flights on KLM were so much better, as was the transit in AMS. Even though I was in AMS only 55 mins, they still managed to transfer my bag across to my LHR bound flight. Somehow they managed in 55 mins what AF couldn't do in 3 hours !!!
CaptainRed From Germany, joined Oct 2010, 647 posts, RR: 21 Reply 4, posted (3 years 1 month 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 11157 times:
Hi Palmjet, thanks for this report and also for the nice pictures of southern France. I like this part of the country very much. Did you visit the Airbus factory in Toulouse?
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): It turned out that Air France, despite having 3 hours to transfer my bag to the TLS flight, seemingly found this task impossible and had therefore sent my bag on the next flight.
Oh well, the bagagge transfer in CDG. The same thing happened to me twice when flying through CDG (out of 3 times). But then, as you have experienced as well, the AF staff always handled the situation quite well and got our luggage delivered to us within the next day.
lychemsa From United States of America, joined Oct 2009, 996 posts, RR: 3 Reply 6, posted (3 years 1 month 21 hours ago) and read 10865 times:
A croissant on LHR / CDG to me is pretty impressive. I remember already in the 1960s when AF served nothing. My aunt told me she flew AF on the same route in 1950 and they had champagne and a wonderful hot meal.
VSMike From United States of America, joined Sep 2003, 317 posts, RR: 7 Reply 8, posted (3 years 1 month 3 hours ago) and read 10124 times:
AF & the Skyteam network are masters of the old last-minute aircraft switch'aroo... just as the French are masters of the baguette, the day-old croissant, and a mediocre table wine (let's face it, champagne is the only decent albeit short shelf-life thing to come off a French mountainside since Napeolean on horseback).
Anyhoo... Ive learned that it's best to pack a picnic snack in case you get peckish on short intranet-European flights. I'll bet that lucious long-haired girlyboy sat in front of you had packed some fudge on that flight...? But it's nice to see that you still get a snack on board. We've lost all onboard foodpacking on domestic flights here in the USA.
Palmjet From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 1116 posts, RR: 17 Reply 10, posted (3 years 4 weeks 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 9569 times:
VSMike - your skyteam insights, are, as always, priceless. Glad to have you back again. I'll be packing my own snacks in future for intra Euro flights, although KLM were more generous with the offering of a sandwich on the return flights back to LHR.
767747 - Glad you enjoyed the pics. I really enjoyed the region in South West France - my first time time there. Very relaxing and some gorgeous scenery. Thanks again. P/j
JL418 From Italy, joined Jun 2009, 493 posts, RR: 6 Reply 11, posted (3 years 4 weeks 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 9547 times:
thanks for sharing with us your story, I'm waiting for the return leg. AF did quite well after all, the way they managed your missing bag deserves a virtual applause. I hope their know-how has somehow been transferred to AZ in these years, since the only time I've lost my bag with them (well, the only time I lost my bag at all) it was after a rather horrid ride on a Mad Dog and we were told: "Your bag has been lost, we don't know how and where. Give us your numbers, if you don't get any news from us within 2 days you're eligible for a refund". And off they went.
flyguy89 From United States of America, joined Feb 2009, 1765 posts, RR: 9 Reply 14, posted (3 years 4 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 9053 times:
Great TR thanks for sharing!
It's funny because your experience almost exactly mirrors mine. A few years ago I flew into Toulouse after a connection in CDG. Similarly I also had to wait around for about 2 hours for my flight to appear on the screen before going through security at CDG, which I found irritating. Then when I arrived in TLS I was also called to the front upon disembarking to be told my bag did not make the flight.....kinda funny.
Palmjet From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 1116 posts, RR: 17 Reply 15, posted (3 years 4 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 8971 times:
flyguy89 - that's very strange and co-incidental. I wonder if it happens all the time then? At least I know next time I am doing a short haul flight through CDG, I won't check in a bag - just to be safe ! !! Thanks for your post. P/jet
PlaneHunter From Germany, joined Mar 2006, 6498 posts, RR: 78 Reply 16, posted (3 years 3 weeks 5 days 3 hours ago) and read 8517 times:
great report with many nice pictures - I almost missed that one! Too bad you didn't get the ATR 72, maybe next time?
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): The closest option was flying directly into Carcassonne but given that only FR would be able to carry me there from London, I immediately said “non” ! I don’t fly with Ryanair anymore.
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter):
Air France catering today (see what I mean - nothing “glama” about this at all).
AF's short-haul catering hasn't been changed recently - I got similar stuff many years ago. The long-haul catering is still great, though.
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): Sinking closer and closer, I was lucky to get a view of some new A380s which were still being completed. A couple of LH and a SQ 380 on the ground. Great stuff!
Nice to see the two LH birds parked side by side. I have never been to TLS, it seems I need to go there one day.
Palmjet From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 1116 posts, RR: 17 Reply 17, posted (3 years 3 weeks 5 days ago) and read 8467 times:
EC001 - thanks for your comments. I've only just managed to get over the disappointment of not getting the ATR. I guess I'll have to do a French domestic flight to catch it!
Planehunter - hello! Glad you enjoyed the report and pics - as I am always inspired to do a trip report and take pics whilst I am travelling after reading the excellent ones you post on here
TLS is indeed very interesting. Not that busy on the airport side, although it's nice to see some of the more local AF action, but the other side of the airport is fascinating with all the nearly finished and completed new shiny Airbuses awaiting delivery!
I'd be interested to take a long haul flight with AF, as yes, from reports on here, they seem to offer decent food even in Y, so long as they give me plenty of time to transit at CDG. I hate rushing through airports! Thanks again P/jet
gabrielchew From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 2800 posts, RR: 13 Reply 18, posted (3 years 3 weeks 4 days 11 hours ago) and read 8356 times:
This report brings back some memories! True, I've never flown AF from LHR to TLS, but waaaay back in the late '90s I flew BA (well, Air Liberte) LGW-BOD/TLS-LGW two years in a row. We took a trip from Tolouse down to Carcassonne. I remember seeing the castle, as well as lots of FR ads advertising the new STN-CAR route.
Another less fond memory was when I was meant to be flying LCY-CFE-LRH, which got changed to LCY-CDG/ORY-LRH. My bag went AWOL and it took AF 5 days to find it in CDG - completely pathetic. I managed to spend more than my flight's worth on new clothes though, which were refunded very quickly, and was given a nice kit like the one you got and Euro 50 in cash - not too bad.
Pity you never got on the ATR 72, although personally, despite the abundance of A32S, I prefer them over the 'larger' props (e.g. anything with 2x2).
airbuseric From Netherlands, joined Jan 2005, 4125 posts, RR: 51 Reply 20, posted (3 years 3 weeks 2 days 8 hours ago) and read 8074 times:
great report on AF. Shame about the missed ATR, would've been a better start. And your bags, indeed not the best performance at CDG, but in general I think CDG isn't that bad as others might say. I really never experienced problems at that airport and also the staff is in general customer minded. Plus, the architecture in T2 is really nice, for my liking. That's personal though.
Great pics, also nice view on the Airbus factory. Would love to read more about your return on KLM. We haven't seen many Emb190 reports on KLM yet, so yours is very welcome.
"The whole world steps aside for the man who knows where he is going"
Palmjet From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 1116 posts, RR: 17 Reply 21, posted (3 years 3 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 7882 times:
Hi Eric, good to hear from you. Thanks for your post. Yes, to get on the ATR out of LHR was one of the main reasons for choosing to fly with AF/KL on this trip so I was mighty depressed when Air France cancelled the flight !
I don't mind flying into CDG, so long as I am not connecting to another flight.
I also like in principle, the use of glass and the overall design of the terminals at CDG, however, 2F is simply useless for avid photographers like me - it's deceptive, because it looks like it would offer some great vantages to photograph aircraft at their gates but it's simply not the case - well I couldn't find anywhere decent.
I will look at doing a short report on the return flight. I did not take too many pics unfortunately as the departure time was 1730 and it was dark for most of the flight. Having said that, I thought the KLM flights were excellent : )
BZNPilot From Belgium, joined Feb 2006, 261 posts, RR: 1 Reply 22, posted (3 years 3 weeks 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 7825 times:
Nice report! Truly a shame you didn't get on the ATR...that's a type I've yet to experience, but would really like to.
Quoting Palmjet (Thread starter): I was giddy with glee at the prospect of flying on a prop out of LHR - never having done this before.
I know exactly what you mean, I like the idea of being on little(er) aircraft at big airports. There's also something about props/smaller planes in general that I enjoy more than a typical flight on a 737 or A320...the smaller the plane, the more one can sense the actual aviation that's happening. Oh well, looks like you had some nice flights and a nice time in France anyway.
AlwaysOnAPlane From United Kingdom, joined Sep 2010, 305 posts, RR: 2 Reply 24, posted (3 years 2 weeks 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 7350 times:
Hi Palmjet, good report you wrote there.
Unfortunate you didn't make the 72. Ah well, always an excuse to try for it again elsewhere someday
Unfortunate also regarding your luggage. No excuse with a 3hr connection, but i guess the situation was handled in a reasonable way at your destination.
I love the shots you took of Carcassonne. Some lovely colours in Autumn. A favourite time of year for me. Also on the subject of photos, i love the shot of your arrival in CDG with the rain on the window in focus and the out of focus wing and AF plane.
25 Palmjet: Hi Lee - glad you enjoyed the report and pics. Autumn is also a favourite time of the year for me too. Love the change of colours. Yes, the window sho
26 AlwaysOnAPlane: Thanks P/jet. Yea i have a short trip on the horizon. I will be sure to make a report on it for you guys. If i could i think i would spend weeks at a
27 Ps76: Hello(!), Just to say many thanks for the report. Was nice to fly with you on Air France (at least in writing) and experience the trip to Toulouse wit
28 FlyingFinn76: Hi PJ, Read this report already a while ago but never get around to commenting on it, sorry 'bout that! But I guess better late than never. A nice one
29 Palmjet: FlyingFinn76 - Hi there! yes, better late than never Thanks for your comments. I totally agree with your summary of CDG. It was so frustrating - I cou
30 FLIEGER67: Hey, PJ, really nice pictures from Southern France and also a interesting story. Despite the fact that they dont send the scheduled ATR, it seems AF g
31 Palmjet: Hey Markus - thanks for your comments on this sector too. Looking forward to reading about your trip to TLS. Cheers P/j