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Euro-Hopping With Lufthansa And Co  
User currently offlineAlwaysOnAPlane From United Kingdom, joined Sep 2010, 305 posts, RR: 2
Posted (3 years 3 weeks 2 days 10 hours ago) and read 8319 times:

Hi folks. Another trip report here for you. Lets get going shall we?

Introduction:

With my quest for Lufthansa and partner airline segments still alive it was time to get some more numbers showing on my Miles&More account.
As usual I make my way to Expedia UK for the booking. Looking for a new airport and routings (as always) I try Graz (GRZ) as a destination..... Bingo!!! That will do nicely. 5 segments, all M&M qualifying and a night in new surroundings. Start to finish in under 5 minutes for the whole booking process.
While i'm here lets get some accommodation sorted. A quirky little place shows up just a few kilometres from the airport. Looks to have the boutique style but at a good price, some £58. Free Wi-Fi too. No questions then, lets book this.

Here is the route flown courtesy of GreatCircleMapper.

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New routes here for me are FRA-GRZ-MUC-DUS and GRZ is the new airport for the log.



Day of Departure 06:08:2011

I had my bag packed and everything ready to go the night before. I like to be organised. With a 13:10 departure on the cards there is no reason for an early morning wake up call to drag me out of bed. I decide on the 10:00 train to Manchester and set the alarm accordingly.

Next morning i'm down at the station for 09:50 after the Mrs drops me off. I part company with nearly £20 for a return ticket and wait for the train to roll in.

Platform 1 for Manchester.

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Hey, what's this? Still a crap box but much better than the usual heap of junk.

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This train makes just a handful of stops before terminating at Manchester Victoria so the journey is less painful than usual.

Time for a few sights around manchester then? It's not raining so much, lets do it.

The Manchester Eye.

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Signage.

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Busking must be tough in a recession.

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Bright colours on a dull morning.

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Enough of that, lets head for Piccadilly station for the airport train.

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I only have to wait a few minutes at Piccadilly before i'm on a train heading to the airport again.

Check in for all flights done through the Lufthansa mobile boarding pass. Very convenient to travel this way. I still like to keep my boarding pass stubs when get them, but this could be less often now.

Very quiet for the security checks and no naked scan for me, well thats a shame for the person watching the screen. I had around 1 hr to wait so I just hung about for a while.

Decoration.

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FIDS. Looking ok so far for the LH 943 service to Frankfurt.

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Boarding called on time and it's no surprise for me to see my old friend G-MIDO at the gate. Ah well.

Flight No: LH 943
Route: MAN-FRA (6th time flying this route)
Aircraft: A320 (28th time flying on this type)
Airline: bmi (16th time flying on this airline)
Registration: G-MIDO ( 3rd time flying on this aircraft)
Seat: 6A

New style interior on this bird. Lufthansa's old seats re-trimmed with this nice style.

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Almost a full house in economy and no empty seat at my side. Captain introduces himself and his crew, he sounds like quite a chatty guy. He then goes on to tell us we are ready to go, but Euro Control have other ideas. We end up pushing back 25 minutes behind schedule. This is some cause for concern with me. A tight 1hour connection in FRA is being eaten away. Looks like I should prepare for a run through FRA...AGAIN!!!

KLM heading to AMS.

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The now old style Airbus panel.

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Busting out of the cloud tops.

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Snack service. Good quality as usual with bmi. Thumbs up.

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Wing views as we start to descend towards FRA.

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We land just as a light rain shower starts to pass over. I'm looking at a connection of just under 30 minutes as I step off the plane onto the bus transfer. This could go either way I guess? The bus pulls up at its stop and I bolt up the escalator like a race horse. Quite a few people waiting for the passport check. I go straight to one of the EU only check areas as they move quite a bit faster than the “All passport” lines. Maybe 5 minutes here and then a sprint down to baggage screening. “Bloody UK non-Schengen crap” I mutter to myself. 5 more minutes wasted here. Now the long one. Down the steps, through the tunnel shouting “Excuse me” as I leg it passed people. The steps up the other side to the A gates always get the legs burning after that long run, but if I want this flight I will have to keep going. Gate A5 for me so I hang a right and run the last couple of hundred yards. The gate agent is shouting “Graz Graz” at me as stagger to the podium. “Yes” I try to say fumbling in my bag for my passport and boarding pass. Phew, I made it with not much time to spare. She says “well done Mr Shaw, the bus is waiting for you down there”.

Flight No: LH 1264
Route: FRA-GRZ (1st time flying this route)
Aircraft: Boeing 737 (21st time flying on this type)
Airline: Lufthansa (15th time flying on this airline)
Registration: D-ABIK (2nd time flying on this aircraft)
Seat: 18F

Out onto the ramp again and the rain is quite heavy now. Still time for a picture or two though.

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Vertical stabiliser.

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UNITED (Continental) 777 waiting in the rain next to us.

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737 cabin with the old school overhead panel.

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Again, slot restrictions are in place delaying the departure. Soon after we are informed of this the heavens open BIG style. In fact, the rain is so heavy ground ops are suspended for 15 minutes delaying us further.

During the delay the crew bring out some snacks and drinks. Very good service idea.

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Eventually we move off through the soaking taxiways out to runway 18 for takeoff.

Some views from the climb out.

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We have a load of around 60% here and the middle seat in my section remains free.

A new style snack for me. Not to my taste if i'm honest but my seat buddy and I were offered double portions.

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Time to relax with some tunes and some Alpine views. Here are some of the views from this part of the world.

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Here we go with some approach views into GRZ.

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Me and my shadow.

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Ground spoilers.

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As we turn to park up I notice a viewing terrace. Cool, and its sunny and warm. Might spend some time here.

Off the plane and time for some exterior views.

Port Navigation Light.

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Tail with the sun going down behind.

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Random scarecrow in the baggage reclaim.

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I had a look upstairs to check out the terrace. Looks good and it's free. I will return to check this out tomorrow. Time to head to the hotel now though.
I drop lucky and snag a 5 series BMW for the ride. Hey, if i'm paying €15 for a 5 minute taxi ride I want a decent chariot.

The hotel car park is empty and I have been e-mailed a code for the front door to let myself in as there are no staff working at this time. The taxi driver makes a joke about how quiet it is. Hey mate, don't creep me out. This is already looking a bit strange. The door code works fine and I let myself in. Not a soul to be seen or a sound to be heard.

I find this friendly letter and go up to my room.

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This is ok actually.

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Balcony views.

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Balcony seating.

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With nothing going on at the hotel I just tucked into a few snacks I bought at the airport and watched some ducks fighting in the pond before jumping into bed and drifting off.

I awoke the next morning around 06:30 which was perfect for the 07:00 breakfast. I freshened up and headed down to see what was going on and if there were any other guests.
A young girl was just starting to prepare the restaurant for breakfast so she offered me a seat out on the decking and some fresh orange while she did this. Very relaxing start to the day.

View from my table.

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I asked for a few bits off the menu and she returned with this nice plateful.

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After breakfast I headed out for a walk around. Not too much going on really. Looks like a new road was being built or something?

Hotel from a distance.

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Nearby building.

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And from a different perspective.

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Not too much to see as I said so I returned to the Hotel. This is the lobby area with the steps leading up to a bunch of the rooms.

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I had a few hours to go yet until my flight, so I watched a dvd on my laptop for a while before heading down to reception to check out. The girl explained that it was so quiet as this hotel is mainly used by business travellers. As it's the weekend there was only three other people staying. Well that explains that then.
I checked out and got a taxi to the airport with a very chatty driver. He had spent most of yesterday driving back from Berlin, 10 hours in fact!! “I hope you are ok to drive the taxi today?” I ask him, “Yes, not too tired, besides I love to drive” You picked a good job then if you love driving.

Another €15 down and i'm back at GRZ.

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No reason to check in, but here are the counters.

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Lets go and see the viewing area for a while. Maybe something more than a 35mm lens would be ideal but thats what I have. Some pictures anyway.

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I head back in and go airside to wait for the next flight. My first ride on an ATR

Flight No: LH2343
Route: GRZ-MUC ( 1st time flying this route)
Aircraft: ATR-72 (1st time flying on this type)
Airline: Air Dolomiti (2nd time flying with this airline)
Registration: I-ADLW (1st time flying on this aircraft)
Seat: 5A

Some views from the walk out to the aircraft.

Port Navigation Light.

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Engine view and registration check.

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Tail section.

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View from 5A with a scratched window.

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10 minutes late departure off runway 17C

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Climbing.

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Airport overview after the turn.

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Small sandwich service with a packet of wipes.

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The magazine.

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The flight was quite bumpy as we head out over the Alps again. Some de-tours for large clouds.
Seat belt sign stays on for most of the 56 minute flight.

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We land in Munich with rain falling again. Looks like the Alps were doing some weather shielding for Austria this weekend.

Seating as I leave the aircraft.

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Even with the small delay I still have a steady 1hr 30 min to connect with my next flight to DUS. I spend some time walking around the gate areas and drinking the free Hot Chocolate.

Airport gate view.

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The lay over passes by quickly and it's time to go with Lufthansa again.

Flight No: LH 2014
Route: MUC-DUS (1st time flying this route)
Aircraft: A319 (18th time flying on this type)
Airline: Lufthansa (16th time flying with this airline)
Registration: D-AILX (2nd time flying on this aircraft)
Seat: 25F

Interior with the NKE seating.

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I pick the last row in the house at row 25. Middle seat remains empty and recline is possible here. Load, around 60%.

View looking forward.

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Drinks service.

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The same Milka chocolate snack is served as on the FRA-GRZ leg during the ground delay.

Wing view. The window had some kind of glue like residue on the inside.

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Cool looking LH logo at the rear bulkhead.

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The plane touches down in DUS pretty much on time leaving me about 2hrs until the final leg. I grab a drink and a sandwich to eat as I watch the world go by, also picking up some perfume for my good lady. Keep in the good books, you know.

Boarding from the Non-Schengen gates downstairs at the same time as a flight to Birmingham. Most people go for this flight leaving only around 35-40 people for the leg to Manchester. A good chance for a free seat next to me then? Lets see.

Onto the bus and we head out to a bunch of CR9s parked up. We make for either ACNA or ACND. Please not NA, I flew this just the other month.
Well, my luck was in ND takes us to Manchester this evening.

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Flight No: LH 3434
Route: DUS-MAN (2nd time flying this route)
Aircraft: CRJ-900 (3rd time flying on this type)
Airline: eurowings (2nd time flying with this airline)
Registration: D-ACND (1st time flying on this aircraft)
Seat: 11F

Everyone on board and the seat next to me remains free. Cool. I love these 900s, in the top 5 favourites anyway. We push back a few minutes early for an on time takeoff.

Wing views from the climb out.

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Overview with an SK Mad Dog in Star colours turning off the runway.

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Into the cruise.

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Drinks service with the full size bottle.

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Overhead panel.

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Reading material.

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Close up.

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As we cruise along I get the feeling that this is one of those nice flights where everything just seems to come together nicely. Really relaxing just listening to some tunes looking out of the window and plenty of room.
Snack service was the pasta again, same as yesterdays GRZ flight.

Another wing view.

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Fluffy clouds.

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Descent into Manchester with some sun flare.

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Excavation works.

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We land with the sun on my side of the plane making it tough to get any pictures, but we touch down ahead of the scheduled time.

All that is left then is the train ride home. This turns into a nightmare as the trains to Halifax are replaced by a bus service due to engineering works. I manage to get a different route to work out for me and end up about 1hr late getting home.

Overall, a very enjoyable weekend with good solid service by all carriers. Just a shame about the delay on the first day but hey, it worked out in the end, just.

Cheers, Lee.

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User currently offlineFlyingFinn76 From Finland, joined Jun 2009, 1706 posts, RR: 31
Reply 1, posted (3 years 3 weeks 2 days 10 hours ago) and read 8274 times:

Hey, Lee,

What's this? I was just about to hit the sack as I have another early morning departure tomorrow and up pops this report, out of the blue? Damn you, mate!  

But yeah, a very nice one. Good for you to be logging up those segments and exploring some new places at the same time. I especially liked that Dolomiti flight as just last week I had my first flights with that carrier, including the ATR.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Looking for a new airport and routings (as always) I try Graz (GRZ) as a destination.....

Nice, that's another place on my long TOVISIT list.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Time for a few sights around manchester then? It's not raining so much, lets do it.

Hey, thanks for these! Manchester is pretty much my favorite UK city, nice to see some shots from there.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Busking must be tough in a recession.

Busking is touch anytime, methinks.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Snack service. Good quality as usual with bmi. Thumbs up.

That sandwich indeed looks good. Quite substantial. I like Stella as well, despite the reputation.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Phew, I made it with not much time to spare. She says “well done Mr Shaw, the bus is waiting for you down there”.

Well done, indeed. Reminds me of last week, actually just a day before you on the fifth as I made it in ten minutes from A32 to B11 (or so). The gate agent was a bit surprised at this. Of course there was a bit of an anticlimax as we waited for more pax in the bus for ten minutes or so...

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
A new style snack for me. Not to my taste if i'm honest but my seat buddy and I were offered double portions.

You are too skinny, mate, that's why the good old LH grandmothers are worried about you.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Time to relax with some tunes and some Alpine views. Here are some of the views from this part of the world.

Very nice shots!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Random scarecrow in the baggage reclaim.

Eugh, aren't they supposed to be welcoming visitors, not scaring them off?

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
I drop lucky and snag a 5 series BMW for the ride. Hey, if i'm paying €15 for a 5 minute taxi ride I want a decent chariot.

That's good, but did you ever consider walking to the hotel? That kind of distance sounds like a nice evening walk to me!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Hotel from a distance.

Hmm, I don't really like the looks of it. Looks like it was built quite cheaply. The interior pics look much better, though.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
As it's the weekend there was only three other people staying. Well that explains that then.

This also explains your FB post  . And your cheapish rate, too.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
You picked a good job then if you love driving.

Hey, I love flying and don't fly for living. Bugger me.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Lets go and see the viewing area for a while.

Looks nice. Too bad there isn't that much traffic there, though!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Port Navigation Light.

You have a new fixation with these?

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
10 minutes late departure off runway 17C

Hey mate, for a while you had me there - I was actually thinking how come they have three runways at such a small airport!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Small sandwich service with a packet of wipes.

They didn't hand out the wipes before take off? That was the case with both of my EN flights last week.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
The magazine.

Looks familiar!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Looks like the Alps were doing some weather shielding for Austria this weekend.

That's what they usually do. Did for my trip to Trieste as well.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Well, my luck was in ND takes us to Manchester this evening.

I flew D-ACNE with Eurowings a couple of years ago. I thought that reg was pretty funny.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
I manage to get a different route to work out for me and end up about 1hr late getting home.

Ahh, the quintessential British rail system experience for you.


Now I will get some much needed shuteye. Honestly.


User currently offlineFLIEGER67 From Germany, joined Sep 2003, 5163 posts, RR: 55
Reply 2, posted (3 years 3 weeks 2 days 9 hours ago) and read 8139 times:

Hi, Lee,

count me in with the immediate need to follow you´re story.
I should go also to sleep right now, a couple of hours tomorrow on the "Autobahn" ahead.
Well done, a good read and also nice pictures.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):

New routes here for me are FRA-GRZ-MUC-DUS and GRZ is the new airport for the log.

Sounds good, GRZ is also new to me, but I´am running through this city last week by train.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):

Very quiet for the security checks and no naked scan for me, well thats a shame for the person watching the screen.

Hah, good point.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
She says “well done Mr Shaw, the bus is waiting for you down there”.

Congrats.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Hotel from a distance.

Looks really good, a well done decision.

Greetings,
Markus(FLIEGER67)



Next: The eastern Intersky!.
User currently offlinedeltamartin From Sweden, joined Dec 2010, 1061 posts, RR: 7
Reply 3, posted (3 years 3 weeks 2 days 8 hours ago) and read 8053 times:

Hi Lee!

Nice tripreport, i enjoyed reading it!

Nice too see some pictures of Manchester, as I will be visiting the town for the third time later this week, scoring my first ride on a CRJ900 while getting there.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
The Manchester Eye.

I'm planning to try this out during my Manchester visit. They have a similar ferries wheel from the same manufacturer i believe in Gothenburg, I was there last month and took a spin, so to say.  
Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Cool looking LH logo at the rear bulkhead.

Yeah, I really like those LH logos in their planes aswell.

Martin


User currently offlinePlaneHunter From Germany, joined Mar 2006, 6760 posts, RR: 77
Reply 4, posted (3 years 3 weeks 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 7556 times:

Hi Lee,

very enjoyable report about this trip to Graz, definitely an interesting destination. The great pictures from the FRA-GRZ flight speak for themselves.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Good quality as usual with bmi. Thumbs up.

BA could learn a lesson!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
I'm looking at a connection of just under 30 minutes as I step off the plane onto the bus transfer. This could go either way I guess? The bus pulls up at its stop and I bolt up the escalator like a race horse. Quite a few people waiting for the passport check. I go straight to one of the EU only check areas as they move quite a bit faster than the “All passport” lines. Maybe 5 minutes here and then a sprint down to baggage screening. “Bloody UK non-Schengen crap” I mutter to myself. 5 more minutes wasted here. Now the long one. Down the steps, through the tunnel shouting “Excuse me” as I leg it passed people. The steps up the other side to the A gates always get the legs burning after that long run, but if I want this flight I will have to keep going. Gate A5 for me so I hang a right and run the last couple of hundred yards. The gate agent is shouting “Graz Graz” at me as stagger to the podium. “Yes” I try to say fumbling in my bag for my passport and boarding pass. Phew, I made it with not much time to spare. She says “well done Mr Shaw, the bus is waiting for you down there”.

Wow, that was tight. I would really avoid tight connections at FRA.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
During the delay the crew bring out some snacks and drinks. Very good service idea.

  

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
A new style snack for me. Not to my taste if i'm honest but my seat buddy and I were offered double portions.

Was the pasta served with meat balls? Looks quite good actually.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Hey, if i'm paying €15 for a 5 minute taxi ride I want a decent chariot.

Well, Graz is not Dubai...  

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
View from my table.

That looks lovely!


PH



Nothing's worse than flying the same reg twice!
User currently offlinegabrielchew From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 3246 posts, RR: 12
Reply 5, posted (3 years 3 weeks 1 day 14 hours ago) and read 7206 times:

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
We land just as a light rain shower starts to pass over. I'm looking at a connection of just under 30 minutes as I step off the plane onto the bus transfer. This could go either way I guess? The bus pulls up at its stop and I bolt up the escalator like a race horse. Quite a few people waiting for the passport check. I go straight to one of the EU only check areas as they move quite a bit faster than the “All passport” lines. Maybe 5 minutes here and then a sprint down to baggage screening. “Bloody UK non-Schengen crap” I mutter to myself. 5 more minutes wasted here. Now the long one. Down the steps, through the tunnel shouting “Excuse me” as I leg it passed people. The steps up the other side to the A gates always get the legs burning after that long run, but if I want this flight I will have to keep going. Gate A5 for me so I hang a right and run the last couple of hundred yards. The gate agent is shouting “Graz Graz” at me as stagger to the podium. “Yes” I try to say fumbling in my bag for my passport and boarding pass. Phew, I made it with not much time to spare. She says “well done Mr Shaw, the bus is waiting for you down there”.

Reminds me of my trip through FRA last May doing LHR-FRA-CPH. I must have run an mile or so, gone through x-ray, immigration etc, only to end up around 50 m from my last plane. Grrrr.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
A new style snack for me. Not to my taste if i'm honest but my seat buddy and I were offered double portions.

I quite like the similar snack I got on LH regional FRA-LCY. Strange, but inventive and tasty!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):

Hotel from a distance.

Looks really plesant! Must check out Graz sometime. Strange seeing the Alps of Austria in blazing sunshine, and covered in green, not white!



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User currently offlineCaptainRed From Germany, joined Oct 2010, 684 posts, RR: 21
Reply 6, posted (3 years 3 weeks 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 7070 times:

Hi Lee,

great report about a nice weekend of flying, nice route. Some great pictures as well. And you got 5 different plane types on 5 legs, not bad, good for the variety. Have done the FRA-GRZ leg as well a couple of years ago, also on an LH 737.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Vertical stabiliser.

Interesting angle.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
She says “well done Mr Shaw, the bus is waiting for you down there”.

Wow, that was a close call, but glad you made it.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
A new style snack for me. Not to my taste if i'm honest but my seat buddy and I were offered double portions.

Hmm, but looks quite good actually, at least something else than your usual sandwich. And a nice gesture to serve two of them  
Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Balcony views.

Nice place to relax.

Again thanks for sharing your trip
CaptainRed


User currently offlinePalmjet From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 1223 posts, RR: 17
Reply 7, posted (3 years 3 weeks 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 6880 times:

Hi Lee

Super report! Thank you for posting this.

I really enjoyed reading about your travels to Graz. A nice set of flights for you too - another Air Dolomiti report in close succession! I really want to try them out even though service looks very basic - I would love to try out one of their EM190s. Your hotel in Graz looked very relaxing - I could have spent quite a few days there doing very little and just chilling out.

Great pics from the air too - I love the cloud ones especially. They look great from the window of the plane. Who needs onboard IFE when Mother Nature usually puts on a great show outside?

I've nearly been caught out transferring at FRA - it's always been a rush and not usually a pleasant experience. Glad you made your connection!



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User currently offlineBNE From Australia, joined Mar 2000, 3183 posts, RR: 12
Reply 8, posted (3 years 3 weeks 18 hours ago) and read 6512 times:

Thanks for the interesting trip report on Lufthansa and partners.

LH seem to be offering a good service around Europe.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
new style snack for me. Not to my taste if i'm honest but my seat buddy and I were offered double portions.

I had that pasta snack on one of my 7 LH and partner flights in June.

Yeah I should do a trip report.



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User currently offlinesultanils From Belgium, joined Mar 2010, 1703 posts, RR: 30
Reply 9, posted (3 years 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 6323 times:
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Hi Lee,

An excellent report with lots of great pics. What a tight transfer in FRA you had there, you like to gamble don't you? Glad you made it, apparently you are in great shape   You should've told that to the security people operating the body scanners

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Here is the route flown courtesy of GreatCircleMapper.

Nice, almost a straight line.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Very quiet for the security checks and no naked scan for me, well thats a shame for the person watching the screen.

Ah, too bad, that would've been nice to see here!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Lufthansa's old seats re-trimmed with this nice style.

Looks very stylish indeed.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
“Bloody UK non-Schengen crap” I mutter to myself.

I think the UK governmend has some other issues at the moment, don't they?

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Vertical stabiliser.

Nice angle.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Hotel from a distance.

Looks good, you also had the weather on your side. A nice thing to have the brekkie with a view on the water.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
I love these 900s

Me too, although I've never flown one as yet.

   Sultanils



In thrust we trust.
User currently offlineaerocabin From New Zealand, joined Mar 2011, 52 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (3 years 3 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 6247 times:

Hi Lee,

Thanks for the great TR and photos! I especially loved your shot of the LH logo on the rear bulkhead on the A319 - very nice  
Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Time to relax with some tunes and some Alpine views. Here are some of the views from this part of the world.

An amazing view!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Balcony views.

The hotel looked very nice, especially its location!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
I asked for a few bits off the menu and she returned with this nice plateful.

A great way to start the day 
Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Everyone on board and the seat next to me remains free. Cool. I love these 900s, in the top 5 favourites anyway.

I love the look of the CRJ-900 - sadly there aren't any operators of them in this part of the world so I havn't been able to fly one yet!

Thanks again,

aerocabin


User currently offlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2474 posts, RR: 15
Reply 11, posted (3 years 3 weeks 5 hours ago) and read 6185 times:

Hi

Nice trip report, thanks for sharing it with us. Looks like BD is quite well. Been on LH 320, E95 and will fly on the 737-series on Tuesday.


Greetings
Marc



Next trip report: Well worn A330s and Hassle free MUC transfer
User currently offlineinfodesk From Switzerland, joined May 2006, 1454 posts, RR: 33
Reply 12, posted (3 years 2 weeks 6 days 1 hour ago) and read 6010 times:

Hi Lee,

This was a great read, a nice, unusual routing, particularly on the return leg. Looks like you'll soon be reaching the coveted Silver status? Your photos are of a really high quality and it was a nice touch to add a few of Manchester, thanks!

Honestly, I can't keep track of all these * Alliance airlines operating for each other. You get BMI on LH's route & I get LH on LX's route. Still, I think the catering is better on BMI, another rather yummy looking sandwich you got there.

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
“Bloody UK non-Schengen crap” I mutter to myself.

Yeah, I've thought this myself a few times, but then again, I think Britain has the right idea.

Well done for making the tight connection at FRA. You seem to have a thing with them, don't you, after your experience at ZRH not that long ago?!

Quoting AlwaysOnAPlane (Thread starter):
Random scarecrow in the baggage reclaim.

Random indeed.

Good the see the Alps were shielding you from the bad weather, they do have their use!!

Happy flying
Infodesk   



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User currently offlineDALCE From Netherlands, joined Feb 2007, 1682 posts, RR: 7
Reply 13, posted (3 years 2 weeks 5 days 13 hours ago) and read 5816 times:

Nice report Lee! I really love the style of your pictures, it adds a lot of extra value to the reading experience!
The routing is very nice too, good to see you using all 3 German (sub)hubs of LH!

Thanks for sharing!
Joost(D-ALCE)



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User currently offlineAlwaysOnAPlane From United Kingdom, joined Sep 2010, 305 posts, RR: 2
Reply 14, posted (3 years 2 weeks 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 5504 times:

Thank you for the replies and kind words people. Very much appreciated.

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
What's this? I was just about to hit the sack as I have another early morning departure tomorrow and up pops this report, out of the blue? Damn you, mate!

Ha ha, well it maybe helped you to sleep a bit better?

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
Nice, that's another place on my long TOVISIT list.

Lovely part of the world mate. I'm sure you will have it in the plans at some stage.

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
Hey, thanks for these! Manchester is pretty much my favorite UK city

Yea, its a good place. I figured that since most of my trips start here I might as well share some photos with you guys.

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
Well done, indeed. Reminds me of last week, actually just a day before you on the fifth as I made it in ten minutes from A32 to B11 (or so). The gate agent was a bit surprised at this. Of course there was a bit of an anticlimax as we waited for more pax in the bus for ten minutes or so...

FRA = running shoes from now on for me!! Well, maybe not but iv'e had near misses too often here.

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
You are too skinny, mate, that's why the good old LH grandmothers are worried about you.

3st off now mate thanks to the bike. Maybe you have a point?

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
That's good, but did you ever consider walking to the hotel? That kind of distance sounds like a nice evening walk to me!

You know what? I never even thought of that. Something to think about for the future though. Weather permitting of course.

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
Looks nice. Too bad there isn't that much traffic there, though!

I know. Shame as it was so warm. Some GA flying about too though including some parachute drops.

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
You have a new fixation with these?

Yep. Going to be my new mark  
Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
They didn't hand out the wipes before take off? That was the case with both of my EN flights last week.

They did indeed. I decided to shoot them all together.

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 1):
Ahh, the quintessential British rail system experience for you.

Not a happy chappy.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 2):
Hi, Lee,

count me in with the immediate need to follow you´re story.
I should go also to sleep right now, a couple of hours tomorrow on the "Autobahn" ahead.
Well done, a good read and also nice pictures.

Hey Markus, thanks for the post.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 2):
Sounds good, GRZ is also new to me, but I´am running through this city last week by train.

Good to know. Nice scenes I imagine from the rail car.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 2):
Looks really good, a well done decision.

Yea, it felt good, aside from the spooky quietness.

Quoting deltamartin (Reply 3):
Hi Lee!

Nice tripreport, i enjoyed reading it!

Thanks Martin, glad you like the story.

Quoting deltamartin (Reply 3):
Nice too see some pictures of Manchester, as I will be visiting the town for the third time later this week, scoring my first ride on a CRJ900 while getting there.

Hope it was good to you and that you found the 900 an enjoyable experience.

Quoting deltamartin (Reply 3):
I'm planning to try this out during my Manchester visit. They have a similar ferries wheel from the same manufacturer i believe in Gothenburg, I was there last month and took a spin, so to say.

Worth a go, its quite high with good views of the surrounding hills.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 4):
Hi Lee,

very enjoyable report about this trip to Graz, definitely an interesting destination. The great pictures from the FRA-GRZ flight speak for themselves.

Hi PH. Good to hear from you.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 4):
Wow, that was tight. I would really avoid tight connections at FRA.

Well you know it looks easy on paper. Then you have to run like crazy when you do it for real.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 4):
Was the pasta served with meat balls? Looks quite good actually.

Indeed it was and they were quite tasty. The pasta, well not for me really.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 4):
That looks lovely!

I would like to start every day this way.

Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 5):
Reminds me of my trip through FRA last May doing LHR-FRA-CPH. I must have run an mile or so, gone through x-ray, immigration etc, only to end up around 50 m from my last plane. Grrrr.

Hey Gabriel. Unlucky not to make it. Really bad when you have to run too, seems like wasted effort.

Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 5):
Looks really plesant! Must check out Graz sometime. Strange seeing the Alps of Austria in blazing sunshine, and covered in green, not white!

Yes, good to see them this way. Not long now I imagine until they are back to the normal white colour.

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 6):
Hi Lee,

great report about a nice weekend of flying, nice route. Some great pictures as well. And you got 5 different plane types on 5 legs, not bad, good for the variety. Have done the FRA-GRZ leg as well a couple of years ago, also on an LH 737.

Hi CR. Thanks for your reply. Well they say variety is the spice of life. Happens more by luck here than any planned way. Always good to find a 737 on the plan. Just a shame its not a -200 anymore  
Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 6):
Interesting angle.

A bit of a rushed shot trying not to get too wet.

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 6):
Hmm, but looks quite good actually, at least something else than your usual sandwich.

Well that is a very good point. Fair play to LH here.

Quoting Palmjet (Reply 7):
Super report! Thank you for posting this.

Thanks PJ, good to hear from you mate.

Quoting Palmjet (Reply 7):
I really enjoyed reading about your travels to Graz. A nice set of flights for you too - another Air Dolomiti report in close succession! I really want to try them out even though service looks very basic - I would love to try out one of their EM190s.

Yes, basic service but with some more interesting aircraft. Hope you find your way onboard soon.

Quoting Palmjet (Reply 7):
Your hotel in Graz looked very relaxing - I could have spent quite a few days there doing very little and just chilling out.

My thoughts too. A good place to get away for a while.

Quoting Palmjet (Reply 7):
Great pics from the air too - I love the cloud ones especially. They look great from the window of the plane. Who needs onboard IFE when Mother Nature usually puts on a great show outside?

The views over the Alps were mind blowing. Could anyone ever tire of this? If IFE were available, it would be off at my seat without doubt. Good for those overnight TATLs though.

Quoting Palmjet (Reply 7):
I've nearly been caught out transferring at FRA - it's always been a rush and not usually a pleasant experience. Glad you made your connection!

Looks like a few of us have nearly been burned in FRA. Good for the lungs but not a very relaxing way to travel.

Quoting BNE" class="quote" target="_blank">BNE (Reply 8):
Thanks for the interesting trip report on Lufthansa and partners.

LH seem to be offering a good service around Europe.

Hi BNE. Thanks.
Yes, LH are quite well up in my books, and the pricing is good also.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 9):
Hi Lee,

An excellent report with lots of great pics. What a tight transfer in FRA you had there, you like to gamble don't you?

Hi Nils. Thanks for your kind words.
It was close for sure. Well, gambling only when money or flying is involved. As usual, the connection looks ok on paper but not really on the day.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 9):
Nice, almost a straight line.

Good spot. I didn't see this.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 9):
Looks very stylish indeed.

Agree. Nice use of colours.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 9):
I think the UK governmend has some other issues at the moment, don't they?

Just a few  . The place is going to rack and ruin mate.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 9):
Looks good, you also had the weather on your side. A nice thing to have the brekkie with a view on the water.

I was so lucky with the weather. Looks like things were turning bad just a hundred or so miles away on the flight back.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 9):
Me too, although I've never flown one as yet.

I'm sure you will get it sorted soon.

Quoting aerocabin (Reply 10):
Hi Lee,

Thanks for the great TR and photos! I especially loved your shot of the LH logo on the rear bulkhead on the A319 - very nice

Hi aerocabin. Pleased to hear you enjoyed my story. I just had to get a picture of that stylish logo.

Quoting aerocabin (Reply 10):
An amazing view!

So true.

Quoting aerocabin (Reply 10):
A great way to start the day 

A very nice collection put together. Quite healthy too compared to an English breakfast.

Quoting aerocabin (Reply 10):
I love the look of the CRJ-900 - sadly there aren't any operators of them in this part of the world so I havn't been able to fly one yet!

Hope one comes your way soon. A good way to travel.

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 11):
Hi

Nice trip report, thanks for sharing it with us. Looks like BD is quite well. Been on LH 320, E95 and will fly on the 737-series on Tuesday.

Thanks Marc. BD is treating us well, on this route anyway.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 12):
Hi Lee,

This was a great read, a nice, unusual routing, particularly on the return leg. Looks like you'll soon be reaching the coveted Silver status? Your photos are of a really high quality and it was a nice touch to add a few of Manchester, thanks!

Hey Hannah.
Still some way to go before Silver status yet. Just over half way now. I had a feeling you might appreciate a few Manc pictures. More next time...

Quoting infodesk (Reply 12):
Honestly, I can't keep track of all these * Alliance airlines operating for each other. You get BMI on LH's route & I get LH on LX's route. Still, I think the catering is better on BMI, another rather yummy looking sandwich you got there.

Yes, makes for some unexpected entries onto FlightMemory. I see some of the MAN-ZRH flights are going to Helvetic F100s again. No complaints here.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 12):
Yeah, I've thought this myself a few times, but then again, I think Britain has the right idea.

Well done for making the tight connection at FRA. You seem to have a thing with them, don't you, after your experience at ZRH not that long ago?!

Yes, I must be a sucker for them. Another 45 min connection on the cards in ZRH in 6weeks  
Quoting infodesk (Reply 12):
Good the see the Alps were shielding you from the bad weather, they do have their use!!

Also for you and hubby to get some amazing walking and pictures onto FB.

Quoting DALCE (Reply 13):
Nice report Lee! I really love the style of your pictures, it adds a lot of extra value to the reading experience!
The routing is very nice too, good to see you using all 3 German (sub)hubs of LH!

Hey Joost.
Thanks for your post. I really enjoy the photography aspect of travel. Always looking for that new angle or effect.
Always good for the segments with these short German domestic hops.


Thanks again for all your replies.

Cheers, Lee.


User currently offlinegroobster From United Kingdom, joined May 2001, 310 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (3 years 2 weeks 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 5478 times:

Great report Lee, I did a not too dis-similar routing last year: MAN-STR-GRZ-FRA-MAN.

In fact I did a trip report also: A Weekend In Graz: MAN-STR-GRZ-FRA-MAN (by groobster Jul 12 2010 in Trip Reports)

Ironically, I too was rushing to get my connection in FRA, there must be something about that place.

For a while this summer it looked like I might be heading to Graz again (its a nice place to visit actually) and the Air Dolomiti via MUC was certainly an option I was looking at, but in the end I wasn't needed.

[Edited 2011-08-16 11:01:05]


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