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On SAS From HAM To LHR Via CPH

Mon Aug 18, 2008 4:32 pm

Ok, I just booked flights on SAS from HAM to LHR via CPH.
Flight numbers are SK1648 (operated by QI) and SK505.

Does anybody know about connections times in CPH? I think 1:10 should be enough. And what kind of service can we expect? For SK505 the confirmation says "Food and beverages can be bought on board". What about SK1648?
There are no cabin pics on the database for Cimber Air's CRJ200. Hopefully I can take a few...
 
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RE: On SAS From HAM To LHR Via CPH

Mon Aug 18, 2008 5:53 pm

I have flown QI in May from HAJ to CPH, so here are my answers:

Quoting Robffm2 (Thread starter):
Does anybody know about connections times in CPH? I think 1:10 should be enough.

Yes, 70 minutes is more than enough.

Quoting Robffm2 (Thread starter):
And what kind of service can we expect? For SK505 the confirmation says "Food and beverages can be bought on board".

Like is says: You can purchase food and beverages onboard - the style many european LCC do.

Quoting Robffm2 (Thread starter):
What about SK1648?

Very short hop.
The premium cabin gets a complimentary snack & food service.
If (and that's a big "if" for the short HAM to CPH sector), there is time left afterwards, cabin staff will come through the economy class cabin offering foods & beverages to purchase.

A word to the wise
Overall it's a rather long voyage so bring along your own food through security.
Hot food to purchase at CPH in transit is nothing special, but they accept credit cards even for the tiniest purchases, in case you do not have excess stock of DKK.

Either buy drinks at the airport (HAM and/or CPH at the newspaer kiosk opposite the duty free shop) past security.

Alternatively bring along a empty bottle of water/soda/whatever and have it screened uncapped (preferrably put it open into the tray provided at security). Past security fill it up with tap water (restroom).
This works with all security check lines (Europe and U.S.), as there is no ban on empty bottles (shake off any residual liquids and play open showing that there is no gas contained in the bottle).
Last week, I even forgot to remove it from my shoulderbag and was not questioned about it.

Quoting Robffm2 (Thread starter):
There are no cabin pics on the database for Cimber Air's CRJ200. Hopefully I can take a few...

Nothing special.
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RE: On SAS From HAM To LHR Via CPH

Tue Aug 19, 2008 8:49 am



Quoting Robffm2 (Thread starter):
There are no cabin pics on the database for Cimber Air's CRJ200. Hopefully I can take a few...

Cimber Air is not bad. The one I was on was an old Malev CRJ200.

Here are some I took this summer:




http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l193/OHLHD/IMG_0607.jpg

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