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Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Tue Oct 25, 2011 7:41 pm

Greetings.

In this report I will cover my trip to Mosjøen, a small town in Northern Norway. This was done about four and a half years ago. I flew with SAS from Haugesund, a town on the West Coast, to Oslo, the capital of Norway, and then north to Bodø. Then furthermore with Widerøe to Mosjøen with a short stop in Sandnessjøen. The return was as following: Mosjøen-Namsos-Trondheim-Oslo-Haugesund.

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SAS had no repainted the old Braathens planes at the time.
I can remember flying with this 734 back when it flying for Braathens.

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Haugesund Aiport. 500.000+ pax a year

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Boarding

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I was granted a visit to the cockpit

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Climbing over Haugesund

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Another Ex-Braathens bird

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The commuter terminal at Oslo Gardermoen, ENGM

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Dash 8-103 belongs to Widerøe

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Lufthansa on a short visit

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A couple of quick shots of the cockpit on the flight from Oslo to Bodø

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As we started our decent I got to join the pilots in the cockpit

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Bodø Airport and city

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Control tower and terminal

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The now defunct airline Kato Air

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At the gate

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Had about an hour to kill before the next flight, so I headed down to the marina in Bodø

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The flight from Bodø to Mosjøen was with Widerøe and a Dash 8-103 with registration LN_WIB

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I got to sit on the jumpseat during the whole flight

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Clear to taxi

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Ready to enter the runway

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Rolling

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Southbound. Flying over the magnificent Helgeland Coast

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The First Officer is doing some paperwork

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With the mountain "De syv søstre" (The Seven Sisters) in the background, you can see the small town of Sandnessjøen in front. The airport is barely visible to the right

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On short final into ENST

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The small termianl building

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The pilots are reading the travel adverts. Or was it the article about the environmentalist who flyes a private jet?

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Finally we are ready to taxi, again

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Backtracking

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Ready for takeoff!

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"Gear up"

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After doing a right turn we were on the track to Mosjøen. We only had to cross this mountain, and I believe the whole flight lasted 15-20 min

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I think this is considered a rather hard approach to fly, due to occasionally strong side wind

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View of the terminal, utility garage and Dash 8 hangar

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Finally arrived in Mosjøen

The following photos are from my week in Mosjøen

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A Dash 8 making a short stop in Mosjøen

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Lufttransport picking up a patient who needs to get to a bigger hospital

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Inside the control tower

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A ride in the airport firetruck

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LN-WIP making a short visit

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The only anti-ice truck at the airport, I believe

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This was one of the two helicopters based at the airport. A couple of months ago it crashed during a mission

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Same helicopter

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Mosjøen by night. The runway lights are visible in the far background

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New day at the aiport

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Before LN-ILS began flying for Widerøe, it was an ILS and navaid calibration aircraft


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Light snowfall

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More to come
 
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Tue Oct 25, 2011 7:58 pm

Wow is all I have to say enhd1432! Loved this! Norway is one of my favourite countries, some of the scenery from your pics are just mind blowing. And good to see Widerøe again, saw them in BGO last year when I went to Norway for the first time. I also loved the cockpit pics, your very lucky to get the unique experience of riding in the jumpseat. Looking forward to the rest...  
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Tue Oct 25, 2011 9:51 pm

Hi

Nice trip report, thanks for sharing these pictures with us. Great you where able to find the way to the jumpseat
I'm impressed by the scenery as well.



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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Wed Oct 26, 2011 12:39 am

Here's the rest of the pictures

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The day of my return to Haugesund. Was at the airport at about 6 am and the plane took off about 30 min. later

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Was not abel to use the jumpseat on this flight due captain training. Very nice crew.

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Close-up of the engine instrument panel

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Clear to land at Namsos, a short stop on the flight from Mosjøen to Trondheim

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Have just taken off again and are southbound for Trondheim

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The reg of the Dash that took me to Trondheim was LN-WIP. Remember the very same aircraft visited Mosjøen?

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The commuter terminal at Trondheim, ENVA

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The main and domestic terminal

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A close-up of the control tower. A little higher than the one in Mosjøen?

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Norwegian with a Silver paint

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Widerøe parked at the commuter terminal

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A military fire truck

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LN-WFS. One of Widerøes many Dash 8-311

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Taxing into gate

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Silver taking off

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LN-KKP. The common Norwegian paint, but with no portrait of a known scandinavian on the tail

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Looks like a danish business jet

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Think he arrived in the minute, and that they opened up again and let him in

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Disconnected and ready to taxi

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Wow, the Dash 8-400 is realy elegant

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This is the plane we just saw pushing back from the gate

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My next ride is arriving

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Boaring

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And yes, jumpseat here aswell

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"Fuel on"

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Pushing back from gate 33

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Heading 088 selected. Altitude 18000. Flap 5. Autobrake RTO. Speedknob set to 125, we must be light weighted? Eng1 N1 46.5. Right turn

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Got green light for takeoff from runway 09 long before we got there

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Thrust set

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Rotating

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Quite a popular angle to photograph from

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A little bit of paper work had to be done

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The approach is visible on the ND

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Weather update from Oslo

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Don't think we actually had to make that autolanding, fun though

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The terminal at Oslo Gardermoen. It's being expanded as we speak, from the big block in the middle and over the taxiway, and further past the right edge of the picture

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Shutdown

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Empty gate

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I don't have any pictures of the last flight to Haugesund. So, that's all folks! Hope you have enjoyed
 
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Wed Oct 26, 2011 1:22 am

Well, it goes without saying that this was a rather interesting report. The pictures were scintillating, and one can't help but feel a little envious about all of that time in the jumpseat! I'm not particularly sure that I (or anyone else) could wait four years for the next report, so we hope to see some more stuff soon!   
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Wed Oct 26, 2011 2:19 am

Hey again, I very much enjoyed the rest of the TR! Cheers!
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Wed Oct 26, 2011 12:22 pm

Hiya,

What a very nice and interesting report! Norway is just so photogenic, especially when viewed through the cockpit window.

Funny pictures of the action at the Mosjoen airport.

Do you work for Wideroe by any chance? Their reservations and ticket sales operation is based in Mosjoen - have chatted with those nice folks many time over rebooking issues  .

I've been toying around the idea of getting the Wideroe unlimited flight pass for next summer - I even patched together an itinerary which would have me flying through all the airports with WF service within a week - but that's before schedule changes so let's see...  
Quoting enhd1432 (Thread starter):
Haugesund Aiport. 500.000+ pax a year

Yeah, this is what keeps amazing me about Norway - no matter how small a town is they still manage to have a very busy airport. In Finland I think only three airports manage to pass half a million passengers per year, in Norway there must be at least ten... Then again the rugged landscape certainly explains it, I was quite amazed to see a lot of flights between BGO and SVG which are so nearby (but with HAU in-between  ), but then I took a look at the map to see that to drive you'd have to make a helluva detour...

Anyway thanks for posting, hope to see more from you!
 
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Wed Oct 26, 2011 12:37 pm

Great photos. Norways is so scenic, especially with the snow on the mountains. Great that yiou managed to get a seat in the cockpit.
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Wed Oct 26, 2011 8:41 pm

God kveld Nikolay

Wonderful trip report and fantastic photos, thank you for sharing!

I myself have visited Haugesund twice, as well as Tromso and it has to be said Norway is a stunning place to visit, one of my favourite places on earth, in both summer and winter.

Widerøe offer a great service to the communities in the rural north of the country, and have to have some of the most skilled pilots in the world.

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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Wed Oct 26, 2011 9:58 pm

Quoting Tigerguy (Reply 4):
Well, it goes without saying that this was a rather interesting report. The pictures were scintillating, and one can't help but feel a little envious about all of that time in the jumpseat!

No kidding! Even when I worked for an airline I never could get in the jumpseat.

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 6):
What a very nice and interesting report! Norway is just so photogenic, especially when viewed through the cockpit window.

As someone who's flown many miles in Alaska I appreciated the comparison. The OP did a wonderful job and talked his way into places I never would have considered asking to be. The airports really aren't that different, but the towns around them certainly are.

Interestingly enough I fly 734 or 734-combi's around Alaska almost everytime I visit the north since the 732-combi's were retired from AS fleet.
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Thu Oct 27, 2011 11:35 am

Hi Nikolay,

great report with many stunning pictures! Norway is a beautiful country.


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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Thu Oct 27, 2011 12:25 pm

Really nice report and amazing photos of the beautiful Norwegian landscape. Can’t find much better routes to have the opportunity to ride on a jumpseat.
 
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Thu Oct 27, 2011 6:04 pm

Thanks!
To sit in the jumpseat with a norwegian airline is quite possible, and has been so even the last ten years. Neither the government nor the airlines have any regulations against it.

Quoting FlyingFinn76 (Reply 6):
I was quite amazed to see a lot of flights between BGO and SVG which are so nearby (but with HAU in-between &nbsp , but then I took a look at the map to see that to drive you'd have to make a helluva detour...

Yeah, the only alternative to to flying is to drive or take the bus, and that takes 5.5 hours and costs 80 dollars, while a ticket with norwegian costs as low as 45 dollars (plus tickets for the airport bus.) And the flight time is 35 min.
 
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RE: Jumpseat On Boeing 737 And Dash8 In Norway

Sat Oct 29, 2011 7:17 am

Hi enhd1432,

Nice report and great to see some many pictures taken up front in the cocokpit! I love the photos of the beautiful Norwegian scenery, but my favouite is the one taken on approach into Bodo, just stunning.

Thanks for posting & happy flying
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