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The Reincarnated Cimber: NYO-POZ-CPH-ARN  
User currently offlinedeltamartin From Sweden, joined Dec 2010, 1061 posts, RR: 7
Posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 5490 times:

This is a tripreport covering a daytrip I did to Poznań in September 2012.

On the evening of September 24th 2012 I was randomly looking at some last minute youth tickets with SAS for the 25th. I knew I didn't have anything to attend to the next day and that I could have the day off.

I was particularly looking at itinerary's including the reborn Cimber of Denmark, which was known as Cimber Sterling until they went bankrupt earlier this year. They now only operate flights for SAS, after having a lot of own flights while still being Cimber Sterling. I found an interesting POZ-CPH-ARN with a Cimber CRJ200 for the first leg and an SK MD80 for the second, priced at about 100 EUR. Good value, as these Cimber operated flights always seems more expensive than SK operated flights, and these flights rarely has Youth Tickets available (other than last minute). I pondered it for a while before booking though as the best option to get to POZ was by the Wizz Air nonstop ex-NYO for 60 EUR. Not overly expensive maybe but this flight can be found for as low as 10 EUR.

I had been a little curious to try Wizz though so I finally ended up booking these flights as I realized what I mentioned above, that these Cimber tickets usually are pretty expensive.
I added Xpress Priority Boarding to the Wizz flight so the final price was 619 SEK, or about 65 EUR.
Special mention to the new Wizz Air webpage. It was very good!

The itinerary for the spontaneous daytrip, showed with the help of Great Circle Mapper:


OLCI didn't work on my SAS flights, I don't know if this was due to a Cimber operated flight, the late booking, or the departure airport though.

September 25

As my flight was departing from NYO my first mission of the day was to reach Skavsta. This was done by first going by Commuter Rail to Stockholm C.

Waiting hall at Stockholm Central Station:
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I grabbed some Brunch at McD's before I went across the street to the City Terminal where my prebooked Flygbussarna coach to NYO was to depart.
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I soon found myself on the bus and a 90 minute drive later we pulled up to NYO curbside. This was to be my first departure out of NYO.
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To be really honest I did depart NYO once before: Diversion And An Intra-City Flight! KRN-NYO-ARN (by deltamartin Dec 17 2011 in Trip Reports) , but that time I didn't even leave the aircraft so this would be my first “Proper” departure from NYO.

I had printed my boarding pass at home the night before so there where no need for me to visit the check in desk, which seemed to open 2 hours before departure.

I took a stroll around the landside part of the terminal, snapping pictures here and there.

FIDS:
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Check-in hall:
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Café:
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I was in no rush so before I went airside I decided to sit down in the cafe area to do some work on my Sundsvall/Dornier trip report.

An hour or so later I decided it was a good time to head airside.

No queue for security but for some reason the metal detector beeped so I had to be pat down. It didn't really bother me though and I was quickly through anyway.

Airside of NYO wasn't terribly exciting. There was the obligatory Duty Free shop, which one was dumped in right after security, there was a bar/restaurant, there were a waiting area and then there were gates.
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I sat down in the waiting area and just waited for my flight.

There was a delayed FR flight to Riga and another Wizz flight to GDN departing before my flight to POZ.

As the flight to GDN was getting ready to depart I went down to a window to watch some apron action.

Soon enough the plane for my POZ flight arrived and it was HA-LPZ that would do the honors.
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Boarding was soon called, which meant that the Xpress boarders could go in to a room with a door straight to the apron while the “normal” passengers could queue up to board right after us.
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W61972
NYO-POZ
Airbus A320
HA-LPZ

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As we were let out of the apron the people were heading to the front door first. I was the first one to go to the aft door, snapping an under wing picture on the way:
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I was greeted by the young male FA in the back galley, who wanted to see my BP. After looking at it for a second he gave it back and allowed me in to the cabin.

The other crew members where two more males and a female. All appeared to be around 25-30 years of age.

I grabbed a random seat on the left hand side, 28A became the chosen one.

View out my window:
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The gray thin seat wasn't overly comfortable. The legroom was a little worse than I had expected.
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The seat comfort was slightly better than on FR though.

The cabin was a little worn, but not in a bad condition overall.
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The load was pretty good, as expected. I ended up with two seatmates, but I did spot a few open seats. I'd estimate the load at around 95% or more.

The crew preformed a manual safety demo with a recorded voice, and we soon pushed back.

We taxied to runway Two-Six.

NYO terminal as seen during taxi:
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Lining up on the active:
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We took off in a rather powerful fashion towards the west, but we banked to the left soon after takeoff, lining us up southbound to Poznań.
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It didn't take long after takeoff before we entered the clouds.
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These clouds remained on the sky for most of the flight.

The seatbelt sign were soon turned off and the crew quickly begun their BOB round.
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I decided to buy Pizza flavored Bake Rolls and a bottle of sparkling water. Good value I'd say for 4 EUR.
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The flight was otherwise quite uneventful, somewhere over Poland the layer of clouds were gone and some nice views of the Polish countryside were shown.
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Here's Miroslawiec Air Force base:
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Wingtip fences:
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Safety folder:
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Magazine:
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We soon begun the descent for POZ, and the seatbelt sign was turned on.

Some urban views during approach:
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We touched down on runway 10.
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A taxi to a stand outside of the terminal followed.
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Once parked we quickly disembarked to the waiting buses. I was surprised how quickly it all went, the Airbus was empty in what felt like no time at all!

My seat after the flight:
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Leaving the aircraft:
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I also spotted a Cimber CRJ200 from an earlier flight on the apron.

We were soon dropped off at Schengen Arrivals, in a very modern building.

Through the luggage reclaim I went and I soon found myself in the Arrival hall.
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POZ has recently (and to some degree still is) undergone a major renovation. I guess it did so for the European Soccer championship this summer.

The airport was overall very clean and modern. A nice place to be. I did a little strolling around the landside part of the terminal.

Curbside:
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I like this (and no doubt where we are!):
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This is a part of a long row of unused check-in desks (most of them were behind me). I guess they are thinking ahead, which is good.
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FIDS:
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As I walked through the main (the one being used) check-in hall I saw a sign saying “Observation Deck”. It's not hard to guess where I went next.

Main check-in hall as seen on my way to the deck:
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The glassed-in observation deck was quite a nice touch to an overall nice terminal. Well done, POZnan.

Here's the previously mentioned Cimber CR2:
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And a view of the deck, with the plane that brought me here visible:
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I soon started to get a little hungry so I went to a cafe where I bought a hot panini and a coffee.
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Once done I just sat down in a corner where I waited for check-in to open. Meanwhile I continued to do some TR work.

Soon enough the time was 16:10, some 2 hrs 10 mins before the scheduled departure time, and I decided to head over to the check in desks to see if anything was going on.

The desks were just opening and with a passenger already at the economy desk I went to the Business class/Star Gold queue.

I handed my booking reservation and EuroBonus card to the cute girl working at the desk. She begun checking me in but she couldn't finish it since the system was still starting up. She apologized for this many times but I told her it was okay.

While waiting she gave me a lounge invitation without me even mentioning it, she also gave a brief description of where it was.
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After 3-4 minutes spent at the desk I was checked in and ready so at this time I went airside. I received a boarding pass for both of my flights all the way to ARN with seat 10A on both flights (she had asked me whether I wanted window or aisle seats).

There wasn't much of a queue and I was airside in a matter of minutes.

POZ airside was really small compared to landside, the Schengen area was only a waiting room surrounded by a duty free store, a cafe and the lounge. The gates are just doors out to apron where buses wait.
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The area was quite crowded but it was clean and modern.

It didn't take long to 'explore' so I soon went to the lounge.

As I entered, the lounge dragon was quite busy talking to a couple of other passengers but she quickly noted the lounge invitation in my hand so she reached after it and welcomed me in to the lounge.

The offerings were surprisingly good. Very nice drink selection with soft drinks and juices in bottles and cans. Hard liqueurs were also available in larger bottles for self service.
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The edible offering wasn't the best though but definitely sufficient for a lounge at an airport of this size. It mostly consisted of cookies and such.
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I spent the time at a seat where I had some semi-decent apron views where I nibbled on the offerings and spent some quality time with my laptop.
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This was also the first time I tried a Polish beer.

View from my seat:
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Apron action:
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I soon saw the Cimber CRJ200 pull up to a stand on the apron. OY-RJJ was the bird that would bring me to CPH this day. It was in an interim livery, obviously “based” on the old Cimber livery.
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After this I soon finished my business in the lounge and went to the gate, which was just a few steps away from the lounge entrance.

Gate area:
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A few minutes of waiting followed, and boarding was soon called, unsurprisingly by the same people working at the check in desks earlier.

SK1754 operated by Cimber A/S
POZ-CPH
CRJ 200
OY-RJJ

I was positively surprised to see that they had Swedish newspapers at the gate as well.

I walked out to the waiting bus. Most of the passengers appeared to be of the business type.

Better view of the CR2 that would bring me to CPH, as seen from the bus:
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It's a cute little jet.

We soon drove off to the parked aircraft where we waited in the bus for a minute before we got a thumbs up from the cabin crew to begin boarding.

I snapped a few photos of my ride to be as I walked to and up the stairs.
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In the front galley I was greeted by a middleaged blonde female FA.
The other FA was a somewhat younger and also blonde girl. Both seemed very nice with lots of smiles, and they both seemed like they enjoyed their job.

I walked down the aisle to seat 10A. There was a business-type of passenger seated on the aisle seat already as I got there.

Once seated I was immediately impressed by the very good legroom! Far more than I had expected:
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The grey leather seat was otherwise comfortable enough.

View out my window:
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The cabin filled up pretty quickly, the load was good in economy, I think all seats where taken. The first 4-5 rows were Business class and Economy extra, both with a couple of passengers each.

Cabin view:
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We were welcomed to “This SAS and Star Alliance flight”. I didn't hear they mention Cimber at any time.

The crew did a manual safety demo and we soon begun to taxi towards the runway.

Part of the terminal as seen during taxi, the observation deck is in the top half of the glass cube, a restaurant was downstairs:
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Two Eurolot's, one ATR and one Dash, which one do you prefer?
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We took off from the same runway One-Zero that I landed on a few hours earlier. The takeoff was quite powerful, and I was treated with some nice views over Poznan when we gained some height.
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Shortly after takeoff we banked to the right and did a 225 or so degree turn to line us up towards Copenhagen.

We climbed and soon enough reached cruise.

Winglet shot:
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The sky was soon covered in clouds once again. Seems like Poland was the place to go for sun on this day.
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The service on this leg consisted of the usual SAS free coffee, tea and water. I just had half a cup of coffee.
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The flight was otherwise quite uneventful.

Safety folder:
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We soon tipped our nose down and begun our descent.

Through the clouds we went and when we popped out beneath them we were over Öresund, the water separating Sweden and Denmark.

On the Swedish side I managed to spot the shut down nuclear power plant at Barsebäck.
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The weather wasn't the best, very foggy and some rain in the air.

Saltholm and Öresundsbron (The Öresund Bridge):
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We soon touched down on CPH's 22L, and taxied to a remote stand outside of the low-cost terminal.
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Parked at the stand, with an interesting neighbor:
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A bus soon arrived and we were allowed to disembark.

My seat after the flight:
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I thanked the crew as I left the airplane.
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I walked to the waiting bus, which soon departed and brought us to the terminal. It dropped us off next to the base of the C-pier.

As I walked upstairs following the “Flight Connections” sign, I found myself right outside of the entrance to the SAS lounge. That was very convenient for me as it was my next pit stop.
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The lounge agent allowed me in without any problems after I gave her my BP and EB card.

Nice model in the lounge entrance:
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The A340 is got to be the bird that is dressed best in the current SAS livery.

Upstairs I went to the Scandinavian Lounge which was quite busy this evening.

I sat down in the buffet area where I grabbed some food. I had some chicken skewers which were extremely tasty! They were served together with sweet chili sauce.
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Later on I had some other nibbles and accompanied them with a Baileys, while I also took advantage of the provided WiFi.
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A couple of lounge views:
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Soon enough I felt that the time had come for me to head to the gate, which was in the B-pier.

A walk through the shopping area of Kastrup was required to get there.
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Once at my assigned gate B10 I figured it was still a couple of minutes until boarding, so I looked around in the vicinity of the gate area.

Nice neighbor on gate B8:
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That SK973 to Bangkok is soon to be no more, at least during the summers:
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Here's the bird assigned for my flight, LN-RLE:
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LN-RLE was one of the two MD80s which used to be in special liveries, promoting Swedish domestic flights (if I am not mistaken). This is how “Kettil Viking” used to look like back in the days:

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Photo © Dennis Lau



And his sistership LN-RMD:

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Photo © Javier Rodriguez - Iberian Spotters



Apparently these liveries were called “tick typhus” by the SAS crews in the 90's.

Boarding was soon called though and I proceeded down the jetway as one of the first ones.

SK414
CPH-ARN
McDonnell Douglas MD80
LN-RLE “Kettil Viking”

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I was greeted in the forward galley and I then proceeded down the aisle to my seat 10A.

Legroom shot:
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Once boarding was completed I had a seatmate and I'd estimate that the final load was good at around 90%.
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The crew preformed their manual safety demo and we soon pushed back and begun taxiing.

We took off from 22R in a classic MD80 fashion.

This was another uneventful yet pleasant flight. Comfortable as usual on these MD80's. I only had a glass of water during the service round.

Not much views outside, it was still cloudy over Denmark and Sweden.
A village lighting up the clouds, somewhere south of Stockholm:
http://i1120.photobucket.com/albums/l499/deltamartin/Poznan%202012/P9250295_zps2d39e632.jpg

We touched down on ARN's runway 01L and taxied over to a gate at the A-pier, and my last minute daytrip had come to an end.
http://i1120.photobucket.com/albums/l499/deltamartin/Poznan%202012/P9250311_zpsbebac27a.jpg

To sum things up,

Wizzair was okay. They are an ultra low cost carrier, no doubt, but they don't smash it in to your face the same way as Ryanair does. Good value on the BOB-menu and a pretty good price for being booked the evening before departure. I could see myself fly with them again but I still find it quite annoying to go all the way to NYO so it won't be often.

The Cimber flight felt just like a normal SAS flight when it came to the soft product. The CRJ200 was a more comfortable bird than I had expected it to be and the legroom was more than adequate.

NYO was your basic low-cost airport. It has enough facilities and is everything went smoothly for me.

POZ was a nice airport, very modern with the recent renovations and I expect it to get even better if anything since it didn't seem like they where done with it just yet. Airside was the biggest letdown but it wasn't to bad either.

Thank you all for reading my tripreport, and please do leave a comment if you feel like it.

My next report shall cover some eastbound longhaul flying on my first 5-star carrier.

Martin

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User currently offlineAkiestar From Philippines, joined May 2009, 786 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 5424 times:

Hi Deltamartin. Thanks for the wonderful report, and for reminding me about my home away from home! 
Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
Airside of NYO wasn't terribly exciting. There was the obligatory Duty Free shop, which one was dumped in right after security, there was a bar/restaurant, there were a waiting area and then there were gates.

I wholeheartedly agree. When my friend and I flew NYO-WAW a few months ago, there was absolutely nothing to do other than play around with your own entertainment, or walk. (Disappointed too that NYO's Wi-Fi is paid. :|)

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
POZ has recently (and to some degree still is) undergone a major renovation. I guess it did so for the European Soccer championship this summer.

Indeed: Poznań was a Euro 2012 host city. And it's not just the airport that's gotten a makeover: the train station (Poznań Główny), the trams, lots of things were made over for the Euro.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
This was also the first time I tried a Polish beer.

Oooh...Tyskie! How was it?  


User currently offlinesultanils From Belgium, joined Mar 2010, 1730 posts, RR: 30
Reply 2, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 5051 times:
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Hello Martin,

Nice to see another quick escape trip online. For sure it was a nice idea to get a flight on the resurrected Cimber which has sadly gone down under not so long ago. Not much has changed it looks like, except for the SAS branding. I've always found the CRJ-200 an intriguing airplane. One of my very first flights was many years ago on this type to LYS. Ah, memories... Wizz Air looked fairly good as well. For some time I'm trying to include it in a trip ex-CRL but I haven't succeeded until now. CRL is for me what NYO is for you, a too much out of the way airport.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
Special mention to the new Wizz Air webpage. It was very good!

Indeed, the new site is nice, functional and modern.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
I was the first one to go to the aft door, snapping an under wing picture on the way:

The Markus way so to speak  

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
The cabin was a little worn

Already? It seems to be a fairly recent airplane if you look at the overhead panels...

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
I like this

   Stylish and modern, I like it too.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
It's a cute little jet.

It looks a bit like a business jet without any obvious decalls.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
Two Eurolot's, one ATR and one Dash, which one do you prefer?

Dash without any doubt.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
This is how “Kettil Viking” used to look like back in the days:

Wow, what nice schemes. That's obviously a long time ago, no?

Sultanils



In thrust we trust.
User currently offlinedeltamartin From Sweden, joined Dec 2010, 1061 posts, RR: 7
Reply 3, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 11 hours ago) and read 4896 times:

Hi Akiestar and Nils!

Thanks for commenting!

Quoting Akiestar (Reply 1):
Thanks for the wonderful report, and for reminding me about my home away from home!

Thank you for the kind words!

Quoting Akiestar (Reply 1):

I wholeheartedly agree. When my friend and I flew NYO-WAW a few months ago, there was absolutely nothing to do other than play around with your own entertainment, or walk. (Disappointed too that NYO's Wi-Fi is paid. :|)

Yup, sadly WiFi are rarely free on this kind of places in Sweden. I'm glad Swedavia has introduced free WiFi on their 11 (soon to be 10) airports.

Quoting Akiestar (Reply 1):
Indeed: Poznań was a Euro 2012 host city. And it's not just the airport that's gotten a makeover: the train station (Poznań Główny), the trams, lots of things were made over for the Euro.

Okay, good to know! Glad to hear that the town got a facelift.  
Quoting Akiestar (Reply 1):
Oooh...Tyskie! How was it?

I'm not good at judging beers, but it wasn't bad!

Quoting sultanils (Reply 2):
I've always found the CRJ-200 an intriguing airplane. One of my very first flights was many years ago on this type to LYS.

This was my first flight on the type, and based on that limited experience I'd say that the CR2 receives more negative critic than it should.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 2):
For some time I'm trying to include it in a trip ex-CRL but I haven't succeeded until now. CRL is for me what NYO is for you, a too much out of the way airport.

Shame really, I could see myself flying these low-cost airlines more often, but it really is annoying to travel for 120 minutes just to get to the airport...
I guess that's why I have 5 times more flights logged with DY than FR.
With that said, I still prefer a full-service carrier any day of the week, if the price is right. 
Quoting sultanils (Reply 2):
The Markus way so to speak

Oh yes indeed! 
Quoting sultanils (Reply 2):

Already? It seems to be a fairly recent airplane if you look at the overhead panels...

I think it is quite new, yes. It wasn't worn in an annoying way though, just in a pretty well-used way. I guess that what happens with the many rotations these birds to every day!

Quoting sultanils (Reply 2):
It looks a bit like a business jet without any obvious decalls.

True!

Quoting sultanils (Reply 2):

Dash without any doubt.

I agree with you on this one.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 2):
Wow, what nice schemes. That's obviously a long time ago, no?

They got repainted to the current livery when the current livery was introduced, so circa 2000.

Martin


User currently offlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2474 posts, RR: 15
Reply 4, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 23 hours ago) and read 4590 times:

Hej Martin

Thanks for sharing your latest report, it was an enjoyable read!
Wizzair looks to be very cramped IMO, more than FR/EZY it looks.
Great to see you get to log Cimber, an airline no longer under us anymore. However the CRJ isn"t my favorite at all.
Glad to see you managed the MD82 on the CPH-ARN as well before they are complete history.

Greetings
Marc



Next trip report: Well worn A330s and Hassle free MUC transfer
User currently offlineCaptainRed From Germany, joined Oct 2010, 690 posts, RR: 21
Reply 5, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 4569 times:

Hi Martin,

nice report about an interesting little day trip. Well done to catch a flight on Cimber on a quite interesting route. Also on the CRJ200, a plane type I still have to try. Good to read that you liked that flight.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):

I decided to buy Pizza flavored Bake Rolls and a bottle of sparkling water. Good value I'd say for 4 EUR.

That's a great price, buy on board are usually good value with Wizzair, not like the rip-off prices of FR.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
POZ has recently (and to some degree still is) undergone a major renovation. I guess it did so for the European Soccer championship this summer.

Yeah, seems like a lot of Polish airports have been completely renovated, or even built a new terminal. The terminal in Wroclaw is also brand new and pretty impressive, though it seems much to big for the operation there.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
While waiting she gave me a lounge invitation without me even mentioning it, she also gave a brief description of where it was.

Very nice of her, that is some great customer service.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
Winglet shot:

Cool, red winglets always make for great pictures.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
Here's the bird assigned for my flight, LN-RLE:

Nice, to get to fly on another Mad Dog, these are great birds. Hope they will be around for still a while.

Thanks for this interesting report, really liked it.
CaptainRed


User currently offlineFLIEGER67 From France, joined Sep 2003, 5172 posts, RR: 55
Reply 6, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 17 hours ago) and read 4450 times:

Hey, M.,

now that´s what I call to spend a fast day in the air.
Sure a surprise to see that fares booked only one day in advance.
Nice pictures and good to follow something about Poznan, also missing here.
I should do these new Cimber also soon.

Greetings,
Markus(FLIEGER67)



Next: P., the city of L.!.
User currently offlineeastafspot From France, joined Jan 2008, 782 posts, RR: 12
Reply 7, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 15 hours ago) and read 4402 times:

Hello Martin,

Always good to manage 3 flights smoothly the same day on separate bookings . You did not have to wake up too early too! the cabine colors of Wizzair are not to aggressive compared to other LCCs, quiet bearable! I know that during the summer season Cimber flies (or flew) to MPL, in south of France, i was really wondering the state of the aircraft and the type of service provided... hum

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
This was to be my first departure out of NYO.

A new airport for you! congratulation

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
It's not hard to guess where I went next.

Despite the meager activity, certainly the best decision whatsoever!

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
The first 4-5 rows were Business class and Economy extra,

What is the difference?

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
My next report shall cover some eastbound longhaul flying on my first 5-star carrier.

it is mouthwatering indeed, can not wait for this .


Many thanks for sharing this day trip


Regards

East African Spotter



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User currently offlinedeltamartin From Sweden, joined Dec 2010, 1061 posts, RR: 7
Reply 8, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 4175 times:

Hi everyone!

Thanks a lot for the comments!

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 4):
Thanks for sharing your latest report, it was an enjoyable read!

Thank you for reading, Marc!

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 4):
Wizzair looks to be very cramped IMO, more than FR/EZY it looks.

It was cramped for sure, but the overall seat comfort was still better than FR IMO, and probably on par with EZY.

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 5):

nice report about an interesting little day trip.

Thank you, Captain!

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 5):

That's a great price, buy on board are usually good value with Wizzair, not like the rip-off prices of FR.

True. Sadly SAS's BOB menu is quite expensive as well. A small sandwich and a soda can for 60 SEK, which is about 7 EUR.

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 5):
Yeah, seems like a lot of Polish airports have been completely renovated, or even built a new terminal. The terminal in Wroclaw is also brand new and pretty impressive, though it seems much to big for the operation there.

Like in POZ then! Lots of unused check-in desks. But I'd rather have a half-empty airport than a crowded one anyway.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 6):
Sure a surprise to see that fares booked only one day in advance.

Indeed, I didn't hesitate for too long before booking.

Quoting eastafspot (Reply 7):
Always good to manage 3 flights smoothly the same day on separate bookings . You did not have to wake up too early too!

Yeah the wakeup call was at a pleasant enough hour, just a shame it takes so long to reach the airport!

Quoting eastafspot (Reply 7):
the cabine colors of Wizzair are not to aggressive compared to other LCCs, quiet bearable!

Agreed, just a little purple/pink stripe on the overhead panels. To be honest it looks rather classy compared to say FR or EZY.

Quoting eastafspot (Reply 7):
A new airport for you! congratulation

Well I have landed there before so it was already logged by my definition.  
Quoting eastafspot (Reply 7):

What is the difference?

I'm not sure on these short Cimber operated flights, but generally on SK intra-Europe flights Business has the middle seat blocked and they get a hot meal.
Economy Extra gets a cold meal, no middle seat blocked.
Business class also has lounge access, which E-Extra lacks.

Quoting eastafspot (Reply 7):
it is mouthwatering indeed, can not wait for this .

I can't wait do disembark on the journey myself!

Quoting eastafspot (Reply 7):

Many thanks for sharing this day trip

Thank you for the feedback!

Martin


User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 27034 posts, RR: 58
Reply 9, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 13 hours ago) and read 4012 times:

Hey Martin  

Great report and nice routing. Nice to see what Wizz are like.

Looking forward to the 5* experience  

Regards

Philip  


User currently offlineroberts87 From Netherlands, joined Dec 2011, 990 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (1 year 11 months 2 weeks 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 3868 times:

Excellent report!
I had no idea Cimber was reincarnated to fly for SK again. Only the CRJ's or also the ATR's?

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
Waiting hall at Stockholm Central Station:

Did that station got rebuilt last year? Or am I confusing it with Kopenhagen Central Station... It looks so unchanged as far as I can remember

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
I soon found myself on the bus and a 90 minute drive

90 minutes?! Yikes that's far from Stockholm

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
POZ has recently (and to some degree still is) undergone a major renovation

Great looking airport!


User currently offlineadamspotter From Netherlands, joined Feb 2011, 1162 posts, RR: 3
Reply 11, posted (1 year 11 months 2 weeks 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 3727 times:
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Hi Martin!

Another great report as usual! What a great idea to book those quite cheap youth tickets, pretty impressive prices for booking the night before.
Wizz Air looks quite ok except for the legroom which is why I'm afraid I wont be flying them, but hey never say never  
I honestly never knew Cimber was "reborn" operating for SAS, nice to hear this!
Looks like you had 2 nice SAS flights which seems to be the usual  
That Poznan airport looks quite impressive and modern, having a "deck" is of course a plus. The lounge doesn't look too bad either!

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
I decided to buy Pizza flavored Bake Rolls and a bottle of sparkling water. Good value I'd say for 4 EUR.

Pretty good value indeed for a BOB

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
That SK973 to Bangkok is soon to be no more, at least during the summers

Yes, because of their new SFO route coming up early next year I understood

Quoting Akiestar (Reply 1):
My next report shall cover some eastbound longhaul flying on my first 5-star carrier

Looking forward to those reports for sure!

cheers,

Brendan


User currently offlinedeltamartin From Sweden, joined Dec 2010, 1061 posts, RR: 7
Reply 12, posted (1 year 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 3633 times:

Hi everyone, and thank you all for the further feedback!

Quoting OA260 (Reply 9):
Great report and nice routing. Nice to see what Wizz are like.

Thanks Philip!

Quoting OA260 (Reply 9):
Looking forward to the 5* experience

I'm already working on the report!  
Quoting roberts87 (Reply 10):
Excellent report!

Thank you, Robert!

Quoting roberts87 (Reply 10):
I had no idea Cimber was reincarnated to fly for SK again. Only the CRJ's or also the ATR's?

Some ATR's and some CRJ's, basically the same that used to operate for SAS even before the bankruptcy.

Quoting roberts87 (Reply 10):
Did that station got rebuilt last year? Or am I confusing it with Kopenhagen Central Station... It looks so unchanged as far as I can remember

Rebuilt - no.
Renovation - yes, still is undergoing one. Shouldn't be to noticeable in that picture though.
Haven't been to the central station in Copenhagen in years so I can't comment on that!  
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 11):
Another great report as usual! What a great idea to book those quite cheap youth tickets, pretty impressive prices for booking the night before.

Thank you Brendan!

Quoting adamspotter (Reply 11):
Looks like you had 2 nice SAS flights which seems to be the usual

Indeed, nothing overly impressive but you always know what you gonna get!

Quoting adamspotter (Reply 11):
Yes, because of their new SFO route coming up early next year I understood

Indeed.

Martin


User currently offlinePlaneHunter From Germany, joined Mar 2006, 6816 posts, RR: 77
Reply 13, posted (1 year 11 months 2 weeks 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 3539 times:

Hi Martin,

nice report, good idea to catch that Cimber flight. Who knows how long they will continue to exist. I agree about Wizz Air - it's one of the better LCCs, not comparable to FR at all. It's amazing that they gave me a credit in the amount of the whole fare after I had missed a flight due to health reason in May.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
The gray thin seat wasn't overly comfortable. The legroom was a little worse than I had expected.

I recently flew on HA-LWQ, the newest fleet member, and it had different, more comfortable seats. I cannot say anything about the legroom in the standard rows because I was seated in 1F.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
Two Eurolot's, one ATR and one Dash, which one do you prefer?

I always prefer ATR over Dash.


PH



Nothing's worse than flying the same reg twice!
User currently offlineThe777Man From United States of America, joined Jul 1999, 6577 posts, RR: 55
Reply 14, posted (1 year 11 months 2 weeks 2 days 14 hours ago) and read 3483 times:

Hi Martin!

Thanks for another great report with great pictures !

NYO doesn't seem very convenient but nice to add a new carrier. Wizz looks okay but legroom looks very poor.

I didn't know Cimber was back and good that you got a flight on them but the CRJ isn't so great. Legroom looks quite good for a CRJ though.

SK is okay as always and still a short flight. Not an MD-80 fan at all but legroom is much better than the 736s.

Looking forward very much to your next report!

The777Man



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User currently offlineairbuseric From Netherlands, joined Jan 2005, 4271 posts, RR: 51
Reply 15, posted (1 year 11 months 2 weeks 2 days ago) and read 3378 times:

Hi Martin,

kudos for deciding to fly on our day off, so suddenly. Indeed, the overall price for the 3 flights was not bad, considering the slightly 'expensive' Wizzair flight.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
No queue for security but for some reason the metal detector beeped so I had to be pat down. It didn't really bother me though and I was quickly through anyway.

Ah, probably the random beep after each 3 or 5 passengers usually.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
The gray thin seat wasn't overly comfortable.

With this priority boarding on Wizz, you can't grab the emergency rows? Or row 1? That would've been my choice on this airline honestly.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
Two Eurolot's, one ATR and one Dash, which one do you prefer?

The Q400 please  

Nice report, good pics, and also good to see you got yourself some nice time in the lounges. Aside from that the observation deck in POZ looks really nice too.

btw, OY-RJJ also in my books, AMS-CPH on that one. The taillogo has been changed now, I see. Looks like a Japanese governmental aircraft now 

Regards
Eric



"The whole world steps aside for the man who knows where he is going"
User currently offlinedeltamartin From Sweden, joined Dec 2010, 1061 posts, RR: 7
Reply 16, posted (1 year 11 months 2 weeks 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 3347 times:

Hi everyone and thanks for the additional feedback!

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 13):
nice report, good idea to catch that Cimber flight.

Thanks, PH!

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 13):
Who knows how long they will continue to exist.

In Cimbers current shape, the answer to that question is pretty much up to SAS.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 13):
I agree about Wizz Air - it's one of the better LCCs, not comparable to FR at all. It's amazing that they gave me a credit in the amount of the whole fare after I had missed a flight due to health reason in May.

That is indeed very impressive.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 13):
I recently flew on HA-LWQ, the newest fleet member, and it had different, more comfortable seats.

Glad to hear that! More comfort is always a plus.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 13):

I always prefer ATR over Dash.

I'm the opposite.  
Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
Thanks for another great report with great pictures !

Thank you!

Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
I didn't know Cimber was back and good that you got a flight on them but the CRJ isn't so great. Legroom looks quite good for a CRJ though.

The CRJ's aren't my favorite either but they are nice in some ways, I like the rear mounted engines and T-tail. And the legroom was indeed much better than expected.

Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
SK is okay as always and still a short flight. Not an MD-80 fan at all but legroom is much better than the 736s.

Indeed, the seat comfort on the SK MD's are very good by today's shorthaul standards.

Quoting airbuseric (Reply 15):

Ah, probably the random beep after each 3 or 5 passengers usually.

Yeah, probably. I very rarely beep in Sweden though.

Quoting airbuseric (Reply 15):
With this priority boarding on Wizz, you can't grab the emergency rows? Or row 1? That would've been my choice on this airline honestly.

I believe they sell those on a separate kind of priority boarding, kind of like FR also does nowadays, it cost the double IIRC.

Quoting airbuseric (Reply 15):
Nice report, good pics,

Thanks, Eric!

Quoting airbuseric (Reply 15):

btw, OY-RJJ also in my books, AMS-CPH on that one. The taillogo has been changed now, I see. Looks like a Japanese governmental aircraft now

Yeah I noted the modified logo, didn't realize the Japan connection but you're right, haha!

Martin


User currently offlinewin1290 From Thailand, joined Jan 2012, 280 posts, RR: 2
Reply 17, posted (1 year 11 months 6 days 14 hours ago) and read 2829 times:

Hey Martin,

Another very nice report! Thanks a lot for a nice read. The POZ airport looks nice, and CRJ200 is sure an interesting aircraft to fly.

Quoting deltamartin (Thread starter):
That SK973 to Bangkok is soon to be no more, at least during the summers:

Its quite sad knowing that SAS will stop its schedule CPH-BKK service next April, after over 60 years of its presence in Bangkok. Though at least we still get to see SAS here in Bangkok on the seasonal basis.

Thanks,

Win


User currently offlinedeltamartin From Sweden, joined Dec 2010, 1061 posts, RR: 7
Reply 18, posted (1 year 11 months 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 2559 times:

Hi Win!

Quoting win1290 (Reply 17):
Another very nice report! Thanks a lot for a nice read.

Thank you for reading and commenting!

Quoting win1290 (Reply 17):
Its quite sad knowing that SAS will stop its schedule CPH-BKK service next April, after over 60 years of its presence in Bangkok. Though at least we still get to see SAS here in Bangkok on the seasonal basis.

Indeed, it wasn't too many years ago they also flew ARN-BKK.
But as you said, luckily it isn't a complete cancellation of the CPH-BKK route.

Martin


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