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In Search Of Hockey Again- BA LHR-ARN-LHR (Photos)  
User currently offlineflykev From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2006, 1388 posts, RR: 1
Posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 3 days 9 hours ago) and read 11379 times:
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The Beginning
Last year, I flew to Stockholm to attend the NHL Premiere, along with enjoying a brief break in Scandinavia.
Having enjoyed both the game and the city so much I was thrilled to learn that the NHL was set to return to Stockholm once again, giving me the chance to re-enjoy Stockholm and of course fly once again.
Once again I had a good choice of airlines to pick – Norwegian, SAS, KLM, Air France or BA. The best deal seemed to be BA once again so we went ahead and booked them.
Prices were strangely similar to last year - I think about £5 or so more which when you consider the continuous rise in fuel costs made for a pretty good deal.

Finally after much waiting and a trip to Los Angeles in between, Friday the 7th October rolled around and I found my bag packed and myself standing at the train station enjoying a fairly chilly morning.

The train ride to the airport was fairly standard, and the Heathrow Express whilst expensive provided a comfortable and quiet journey to Terminal 5.
At the time I arrived, terminal 5 was fairly busy with people checking in; however having used BA’s online check in service I did not have to worry about queuing – so with a quick stop at Travelex to pick up my pre-ordered Kroner, I was able to head airside for breakfast.

Attractive light display outside Terminal 5 – Can you identify all the destinations?

After having a pretty decent sausage sandwich at Wetherspoons I took some time to walk round the terminal which of course unlike many other airports offers fantastic viewing of the runway and the tarmac; so long as you are ok with seeing mostly British Airways aircraft.

G-EUXE

Ready for a long flight to somewhere exotic

Finally a few aircraft that aren’t BA… but only in the background

Having walked round and enjoyed a free sample of some sort of vodka; it was fast approaching time to board. However the time listed on the display came and went without a single gate announcement. It wasn’t until almost 10 minutes after the “gate opens” time that anything was mentioned; which was simply just a pushback on the gate open time – this time to 11am.
11am came and went once again, and still no time – and it wasn’t until almost 20 minutes later that a gate was finally announced complete with a delayed estimated departure time of 11:48.

Delayed. But not by much

Our plane getting ready for boarding

The Flight
BA778
Departure time: 11:30 (12:10)
Arrival time: 15:00 (15:30)
A319
G-EUPK (delivered new to BA 30/05/00)

Boarding started around 11:30 and of course started from the back to the front. The flight today was at a 100% load factor and the crew made several announcements for anyone with bags in the overhead storage to consider placing them underneath their seat due to the lack of space. Fortunately I could fit my bag below because I did notice that upon boarding there would have been no space above my row.

However I soon settled down into my seat, which was in row 6. For those of you not in the know, due to the flexible configuration British Airways uses seats up to row 7 have much more legroom than the ones behind.
This added space was noticeable and also I was pleased to see that I had the use of 2 windows; one offering a great view of the wing and behind, with the other offering an amazing view of the world below.

Very good legroom

G-EUPV

The cabin looked to be in good condition – there was no noticeable damage and the seats whilst looking a bit worn were comfortable, clean and more than adequate for a 2 and a half hour flight.
In order to take-off as fast as possible the cabin doors were shut very promptly and safety video began almost immediately as we pushed back. The crew did take the time to make a welcoming announcement and offer information on the weather and at what points we might be able to see any land below us – which excluded most of the UK due to the cloud coverage. Thankfully BA does provide a moving map on displays on the A319; however with the positioning of my nearest monitor in Club Europe, it was quite hard to view it through the gap provided.

Being seated nowhere near crewmembers during takeoff; I was able to take quite a few photos during take off unhindered; and as we turned towards the east and headed out towards mainland Europe it was possible to see another airport (Stansted I believe?) and the coastline as we headed over the North Sea.

In the takeoff queue

Up and away!

Here comes the cloud

Stansted Airport

Landfall in Europe was made somewhere to the north of Amsterdam, however any chance of a view was limited due to the now rather thick cloud coverage. Drinks and a snack service were started now and we were offered a sandwich and drink of choice. Sadly with the only option being a chicken sandwich with mayonnaise (something I despise) I passed on eating it and raided the bag of food I had brought from home. The crew were efficient and friendly; offering a smile to everyone and were as personal as it is possible to be on a full aircraft.

Further into the flight, and a few games on my iPad later; it could be seen that we were somewhere between Denmark and Sweden – with vast amounts of water being seen, cargo ships and a bunch of islands being visible.

Inflight snack offering

Heading over the sea

Denmark is down there…

One of many islands

As we crossed into Sweden however the clouds returned once more, however whilst they may have blocked the view below; they did make for some interesting photos themselves and were certainly worth a few photos.

Soon, the plane started to descend and it got quite bumpy. Seatbelt lights were switched on and we were told that we would soon be landing. The clouds soon gave way to offer some of the best scenery I have seen in a long time and of course made for some great photos.

Cloudy

The cloud begins to break

Now above Sweden – Check out the reflection in the engine

An iceberg like cloud

Sweden’s becoming more visible

Green landscape – Is this a racetrack?

Forest covered landscape

Sun reflecting in a lake below

The sun starting to over expose images now

Almost down

What’s the story behind these aircraft?

We touched down shortly after 1530, and it seemed to take quite a while to taxi to our gate. It is very evident who is the primary operator at Arlanda airport, however I guess it makes sense. What did make for a nice change however was to not see a flood of EasyJet aircraft as is becoming common within Europe these days.

SAS buildings

Qatar Airlines

SAS aircraft

BA Cityflyer flight from LCY– I would love to try it out sometime

More SAS aircraft

Being close to the front it took little time to exit the plane and due to the good design of Arlanda airport I was through passport control and waiting for a train to the city within 10 minutes of landing.

The Experience
Below are a few photos from my time in the city, which if you haven’t visited yet I do strongly advise making a trip to – however those of you not interested in this part please feel free to skip down the page a bit:

Sunrise over Slussen

Old tram in city centre

Looking towards the old town

The Ericsson Globe

Pregame warm up

During game

Getting ready for the shootout

Ducks win

A wet night in Gammla Stan

After a few amazing days in the city of Stockholm, a fantastic NHL game that went into a very intense shootout and the very comfortable Hilton hotel it was sadly time to return back home.
Having checked in online once again it meant I didn’t have to spend too long at the Airport; which after my experience last year isn’t a bad thing because Arlanda can be a tad boring if your there for more than a few hours.

Taking the train back to the airport, British Airways’ baggage policy was put to the test as all three of us travelling had decided to randomly buy hockey sticks. As predicted, not a single concern was raised (besides where best to stick the luggage tag) and the sticks were soon off to Special Baggage B; where they were then presumably carefully loaded onto the plane.

Arlanda has a central shopping area named SkyCity which hosts a number of eatery options, all with a view of the runway. This allows for you to watch mostly SAS flights, a few Norwegian flights and a few other visitors such as Czech Airlines and some small turboprop planes.

Lots of departures this evening

Czech Airlines

Norwegian

SAS Mad-dog

After a grossly overpriced slice of pizza at Sbarro, we headed through security and then joined a very long and slow queue of passengers clearing passport control; which is after the main departure lounge and duty free area. The queue mainly seemed to be related to an Air China flight and once a third EU only desk opened we moved quite quickly through to the final lounge area where our flight had started boarding already.

Boarding gate

I can just about see the plane

A slightly better shot

The Flight
BA781
Departure time: 18:40 (19:15)
Arrival time: 20:15 (20:45)
767-300
G-BNWX (delivered new to BA 01/03/94)

My previous experience of the British Airways short haul 767’s exceeded what other people have reported. However as my flight was being operated by a different plane to the two I flew last year, it was to be luck as to whether I would get one that is ok but shabby, or one that is simply put; in need of a little TLC.
G-BWNX proved to be the latter and had several areas where it seriously lets the British Airways product down which I will share in due course.
I was given a warm welcome aboard and once again address by name and directed to my seat which was in the centre of the cabin; in one of the wider leather seats in the section before the older cloth seats appear. Legroom was great, if not better than the A319 out; and the seat whilst showing some serious wear was again comfortable and spacious. The seatback in front however was scuffed, torn and the side panel of the seat next to it was unpeeling. Additionally this aircraft had not been cleaned too well, with cups, cans, wrappers and a flight ticket from the previous customer still there. I hope that Mr Svenson enjoyed his previous flights from Seattle and then onwards to Stockholm as much as I enjoyed mine but didn’t leave as much mess on the Seattle flight (Don’t worry, I have changed the name there).

Good legroom

Worn Cabin

Falling apart seat cover

After a very informative welcome from the pilot, we were informed that we were waiting for a slot and would depart as soon as possible. In addition we were told to expect to be placed in a holding pattern at Heathrow and that we would be informed of any delay to our arrival.
Safety video began shortly after and we soon pushed back lining up with the runway a little after 1915.
The old aircraft made quite a rattling sound as we rolled down the runway, with half the cabin lights remaining on despite the crew announcing them being dimmed for takeoff and turning them off and then on again. During this one of the forward oxygen mask hatches opened – thankfully onto an empty set of seats with of course the contents falling down. In the forward galley a random door also opened, and this proved to be quite amusing for a short while as no matter how many times the crew attempted to shut it, it ultimately opened up again. The crew were obviously aware of the oxygen masks being down however they did leave them down – I am guessing that it is a job for BA Maintenance to fix and not them. The cabin was not too busy either with a load of around 50%; with no one sat in front of myself and a few empty rows at the back.

Non working No Smoking light

Oxygen masks are down… for this row only

Drinks and the same sandwich from the way out were then distributed; and the crew were once again very friendly and even jokingly asked me if I was old enough to order a beer.
After drinks were cleared they offered their in flight sales service and I purchased another model aircraft from them as I feel 2 planes for £10 is too good of a price to miss – It was however a funny reaction from the crew when he noticed that I was paying using my Virgin Atlantic American Express card.

Not much else to really say about the remainder of this flight after – I made a couple of trips to the back to get a few drinks and was always acknowledged instantly by the crew, and trips to the toilets once again reminded me of the age of this aircraft.

As we began to reach Heathrow we were informed that we would be landing around 2045, and after descending through a thick layer of cloud we touched down at LHR almost exactly at the time announced.
It was then announced by the Co-pilot that we had been assigned a gate at the Terminal 5 B which finished my trip off on a good note, as I had wanted the chance to see what the terminal transfer trains were like.

Waiting for the transit

Inside the transit train (photo is of mate, not myself)

Departing the plane was relatively easy and the transfer trains at Terminal 5 are fast if not a little violent in their motion. Passport control was busy however moved fast and to top it all off our hockey sticks were waiting on the baggage reclaim belt undamaged.

The Conclusion
Overall, I enjoyed both flights with British Airways immensely – the crew were both professional and friendly with the A319 being a pleasure to fly. However the 767-300’s really do need a little more attention and whilst are adequate for a 2 hour flight; would be less fun for a 4 hour flight.
Stockholm is a great city to visit and whilst not the cheapest, is certainly not the most expensive.

Thanks for taking the time to read my report; I hope you have enjoyed it. I look forward to your feedback and questions.

Further Reading

LGW-MCO with Virgin Atlantic (2006)
VS027 / VS016 LGW-MCO (by FlyKev Feb 28 2006 in Trip Reports)

STN-BLK with Ryanair (2006)
Flight To A Theme Park STN-BLK-STN With FR (+pics) (by FlyKev Aug 9 2006 in Trip Reports)

LHR- SFO with Virgin Atlantic (2007)
VS019/20 LHR-SFO In Y (lots Of Pics!) (by FlyKev Apr 19 2007 in Trip Reports)

LHR- AAR with Ryanair (2007)
FR712/715 STN-AAR The Daytrip (lots Of Pics!) Long (by FlyKev Jul 5 2007 in Trip Reports)

LGW-JFK with FlyZoom (2008):
Zoom Airlines 757-ZX1/ZX2 LGW/JFK LongLots Of Pics (by FlyKev Jul 3 2008 in Trip Reports)

LHR-SFO with Virgin Atlantic (2009)
VS19/20 LHR-SFO-LHR + Pics (Y) Long (by Flykev Jul 4 2009 in Trip Reports)

LHR-ORD with American Airlines (2010)
AA LHR-ORD-LHR In Y + Pics! (June 2010) (by flykev Jul 4 2010 in Trip Reports)

LHR-ARN with British Airways (2010)
In Search Of Hockey. BA 767 LHR-ARN-LHR (Photos) (by flykev Oct 11 2010 in Trip Reports)

LHR-LAX with Virgin Atantic (2011)
Gone Hollywood. VS A346 LHR-LAX-LHR In Y (Photos) (by FlyKev Jun 14 2011 in Trip Reports)

Kev.


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User currently offlinedeltamartin From Sweden, joined Dec 2010, 1061 posts, RR: 7
Reply 1, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 11089 times:

Hi Kev.

Nice tripreport!

That 763 sure look worn, not a nice experience.
I flew ARN-LHR-ARN not to long ago and on the return leg it was the 763, I was lucky enough to have the long haul configured, so the cabin wasn't that worn, while still being oldfashioned with the same overhead bins.

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
Having enjoyed both the game and the city so much I was thrilled to learn that the NHL was set to return to Stockholm once again, giving me the chance to re-enjoy Stockholm and of course fly once again.

Ah, I've been wanting to go to one of those games but since I've spent the last years in Kiruna there has never been a good time! I hope they will come back next year and I might be able to go!

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
What did make for a nice change however was to not see a flood of EasyJet aircraft as is becoming common within Europe these days.

I believe EZY only has 1 route to ARN. I kind of wish they had more though!

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
A wet night in Gammla Stan

Ohh, It's said that when the Stockholm Bloodbath took place in 1520 and people were Decapitated at "Stortorget" (Large Square) it was a rainy night just like that, and whenever there is a rainy night in Stockholm, you can still see the blood in the rainwater pouring down the streets!
I wouldn't know, I've never visited Gamla Stan during a rainy night!

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
I purchased another model aircraft from them as I feel 2 planes for £10 is too good of a price to miss

I bought the same on my last BA flight!

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
Stockholm is a great city to visit and whilst not the cheapest, is certainly not the most expensive.

Good summary of my hometown!

Martin


User currently offlinePlaneHunter From Germany, joined Mar 2006, 6938 posts, RR: 77
Reply 2, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 10746 times:

Hi Kev,

very interesting report with good picures, it seems you had a great time in Stockholm.

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
For those of you not in the know, due to the flexible configuration British Airways uses seats up to row 7 have much more legroom than the ones behind.
This added space was noticeable and also I was pleased to see that I had the use of 2 windows; one offering a great view of the wing and behind, with the other offering an amazing view of the world below.

I'll keep that in mind!

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
What’s the story behind these aircraft?

The DC-8 with the blue tail is DC-8-62 VP-BHM of Brisair, once operated for Sheikh Mohammed El-Khereiji. It has been stored there since January. The MD-80 is MD-83 SX-BLL, once operated by Sky Express. I didn't find anything about the remaining plane.

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
The seatback in front however was scuffed, torn and the side panel of the seat next to it was unpeeling. Additionally this aircraft had not been cleaned too well, with cups, cans, wrappers and a flight ticket from the previous customer still there. I hope that Mr Svenson enjoyed his previous flights from Seattle and then onwards to Stockholm as much as I enjoyed mine but didn’t leave as much mess on the Seattle flight (Don’t worry, I have changed the name there).

That's bad - and I'm quite shocked about the condition of the cabin. It was in much better shape when I flew on G-BNWX in 1999.  


PH



Nothing's worse than flying the same reg twice!
User currently offlinegabrielchew From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 3360 posts, RR: 12
Reply 3, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 10552 times:

Great timing for your report. I'm flying LHR-ARN with BA on Friday, en route to Colombia (I know i'm going the wrong way!).

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
Attractive light display outside Terminal 5 – Can you identify all the destinations?

Strange choice of destinations (and codes). Some aren't even LHR destinations

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
Drinks and a snack service were started now and we were offered a sandwich and drink of choice. Sadly with the only option being a chicken sandwich with mayonnaise (something I despise) I passed on eating it and raided the bag of food I had brought from home

Well, it beats getting a bag of Doormens crackers. Funny that ARN gets a sandwich, whilst GOT gets crackers.

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):

I was given a warm welcome aboard and once again address by name and directed to my seat which was in the centre of the cabin; in one of the wider leather seats in the section before the older cloth seats appear.

I'm still surpised that BA deicded to only do 2/3 of the plane with leather seats.

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
I hope that Mr Svenson enjoyed his previous flights from Seattle and then onwards to Stockholm as much as I enjoyed mine but didn’t leave as much mess on the Seattle flight

I love finding old boarding passes in the seat pocket.

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
Oxygen masks are down… for this row only

Oh dear. The 767s are a real wreck. BA can't upgrade them soon enough. It's quite shocking that BA have let them go on for such a long time. I'm flying LCA-LHR in Club Europe in Feb, and REALLY hoping for a sub to a longhual 767. Interesting to have seen the oxygen masks though - you don't see that everyday!



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User currently offlineSultanils From Belgium, joined Mar 2010, 1788 posts, RR: 30
Reply 4, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 10390 times:

Hi there flykev,

A very nice read about your BA experience. On the inbound, you really got to fly one of BA's antiques it seems. What a shame. Apparently the crew also gave it a rest at some point. Glad they still served the passengers with a smile!

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
Finally a few aircraft that aren’t BA

But they do are in the same OneWorld family.

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
game

Impressive venue. It appears to be fully packed with spectators?

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
carefully loaded onto the plane

You got them back in 1 piece then I assume?

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
Legroom was great, if not better than the A319 out; and the seat whilst showing some serious wear was again comfortable and spacious

That's positive.

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
The seatback in front however was scuffed, torn and the side panel of the seat next to it was unpeeling.

That's negative.

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
Additionally this aircraft had not been cleaned too well, with cups, cans, wrappers and a flight ticket from the previous customer still there.

No good job from the cleaning department but I guess they do not open all seat pockets to take the trash out...

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
I am guessing that it is a job for BA Maintenance to fix and not them

BA maintenance apparently has more that 1 job on the aircraft...

Sultanils



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User currently offlineflykev From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2006, 1388 posts, RR: 1
Reply 5, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 2 days 3 hours ago) and read 8726 times:
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Quoting deltamartin (Reply 1):
Good summary of my hometown!
Martin

Glad you enjoyed the report. I rather liked reading yours - you got much luckier than me with the 767's.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 2):
The DC-8 with the blue tail is DC-8-62 VP-BHM of Brisair, once operated for Sheikh Mohammed El-Khereiji. It has been stored there since January

Thanks for the info. An odd place to leave a plane mind you?

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 2):
That's bad - and I'm quite shocked about the condition of the cabin. It was in much better shape when I flew on G-BNWX in 1999

12 years can really take its toll on an aircraft  

Thanks for your comments.

Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 3):
I'm still surpised that BA deicded to only do 2/3 of the plane with leather seats.

It looks a bit of a mess tbh, but the leather seats are a lot comfier

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 4):
I'm flying LCA-LHR in Club Europe in Feb, and REALLY hoping for a sub to a longhual 767. Interesting to have seen the oxygen masks though - you don't see that everyday!

Hopefully I wont see the oxygen masks again either.
Im sure your flight to LCA won't be too bad even if its not subbed - the BA service thankfully more than makes up for it. Hope you write a report on it!

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 4):
Impressive venue. It appears to be fully packed with spectators?

Full house (13,900) Atmosphere was electric!

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 4):
You got them back in 1 piece then I assume?

Indeed, which was slightly surprising. Still I was right to trust the baggage handlers at ARN and LHR.

Thanks for your comments all. I'm glad you enjoyed reading.



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User currently offlineBurj From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 901 posts, RR: 4
Reply 6, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 8670 times:

Great trip report!

I like the picture of your mate because the guy in background wearing the suit.... his body pose and facial expression are hilarious!


User currently offlineLGWflyer From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2011, 2348 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 8375 times:

Thanks for your trip report, the pics were great.  


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User currently offlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2474 posts, RR: 16
Reply 8, posted (3 years 2 months 5 days 18 hours ago) and read 7333 times:

Hi

Nice trip report! thanks for sharing! I'm quite schoked to see the 767 in a state like this  


Greetings
Marc



Next trip report: Well worn A330s and Hassle free MUC transfer
User currently offlinedebonair From Germany, joined Jan 2004, 2468 posts, RR: 4
Reply 9, posted (3 years 11 hours ago) and read 6354 times:

Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
The Flight
BA781
Departure time: 18:40 (19:15)
Arrival time: 20:15 (20:45)
767-300
G-BNWX (delivered new to BA 01/03/94)
Quoting flykev (Thread starter):
However the 767-300’s really do need a little more attention and whilst are adequate for a 2 hour flight; would be less fun for a 4 hour flight.

Hi,
I just flew on the very same aircraft- and nothing changed! My seat was broken, the "fasten-seat-belt"sings were missing (instead the bulbs were hanging out) etc.! In addition to a greasy, dirty galley (full of rubbish not cleared away by the very unprofessional crew) it is such a shame for a leading carrier... Hopefully, someone from BA will read this!
I connected in ARN to an '85 MD82 of SAS- and the cabin was in such perfect condition, unbelievable to see such hughe differences!


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