FLIEGER67
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"Three Fokker´s And An E-Jet To Explore Cardiff"

Sun Jul 07, 2013 7:48 am

Hey and thanx for the click on the link.
Here are some pictures and a new story, enjoy!




"Three Fokker´s and an E-Jet to explore Cardiff"


The trip in one word:

UNCHARTED

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This is a story about four flights to catch one of the lesser known places around Europe, ok at least around western Europe, or do you believe that words like:

Gweiddi, annwyl darllenwyr,

are really belonging to a western European language?.

It stands for:

Hello, dear readers,

does anybody remember about these guy´s at the scheduling department?.
They have done a tough job to fit this all together on short notice just some two weeks prior to the trip.
And they managed it also to propose a shorty meet on the way.

This happens only some days after the return from:

"Air Corsica/Heli Air Monaco/Easyjet BIA-BSL" (by FLIEGER67 Jun 30 2013 in Trip Reports)

Well, that´s the way to go today:

http://www.gcmap.com/map?P=str-zrh-bhx-cwl-ams-str&MS=wls&MR=120&MX=540x540&PM=*

With thanx to, as usual:

http://www.gcmap.com/

Something new on the departure airports map?.
Sure!:


Departure Airports II auf einer größeren Karte anzeigen

Something new on the Tripreporter 2013 map?.
Sure!:


TRIPREPORTER 2013 auf einer größeren Karte anzeigen

Something new on the previous 200 departure airports map?.
No, how comes it!:


Departure airports auf einer größeren Karte anzeigen

Well, it´s always interesting to go ontime on a service that should depart prior to the airport opening time, isn´t it?.
Forcing the pax early for the gate, the plane at the runway entrance with the pilots fingers at the throttle and as soon as the clock strikes 06.00 am firing down the runway!.


Thursday, 02.05.2013


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Service Swiss LX 1179 operated by Helvetic Airways
Scheduled: 05.50 // 06.25


Ah, the short nights are good for me, isn´t it?.
02.45 am, it feels like just a second after I´am flake out, but anyway I´am up and ready for the no traffic ride till the airport. Lot´s of people not at work today due to the possible long weekend, so it seems.
And that´s maybe also the reason to catch these flights on short notice with a real good fare. Two legs today and one more next week on one confirmation managed by Flugladen.de, the fare this way 55.00 Euro´s per leg.
P0 welcome, wished the car a relaxed day with all the planes coming and going and heading for the terminal. OLCI works well, but there is a printout to catch, what works also well in the end by the kiosks.
What about a view to the screen?.
Tarth or maybe also rubbish, no. 2 only today from gate 164
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Just a matter of seconds at security.
The lounge is open and served me some breadrolls
short ahead to boarding at 5.20 am on the paper, now that´s a joke
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But well, it looks like less joking when I´am down on the groundfloor with the other pax on the bus.
But I wasn´t the last one!.
Looking forward to my first experience with these company from Switzerland with the well fitting name
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The F100 is on schedule and this looks like no changes for the first flight of the day
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This is HB-JVG, no individual name to notice with this plane.
New to the log and leg no. 36 on type
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A former American bird, in service since 15.10.1993 and also no incidents with the plane to report
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Pax boarding, me doing pictures,
pax boarding further me doing pictures,
pax boarded, the guy with the four stripes closer to 60 than 50 at the planes door following me doing pictures.
"Sorry, I come, I come".
"No hurry, we are good in time.
It´s a beautiful plane, isn´t it?".
"It is, I love it".
Also a nice welcome from a middle aged, well built female FA with a heavy "Switzerdütsch" accent, oh, yes, I like it!.
There is another young, slim, black hair, ponytail also nice FA on the plane.
It´s 5.50 am when we leave the gate, perfectly ontime,
25 minutes only for ZRH by "Helvetic".
6 degrees and high clouds.
Sure a good first impression from the staff and also from the interior
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The captain is on the mike during taxi, we made it and beat AB, no. 1 for takeoff today.
No further route or flightlevel info.
Legroom is pretty good here with the bright grey leather seats, well used, but clean.
16A and two for me in the end
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The safety card Helvetic style
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And the magazine Swiss style
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Just departed from "Zero-Seven" and heading for Switzerland
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The load is 70%, mostly biz travellers around.
Me and the engine, you know
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Service this early morning
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Approaching ZRH
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Touchdown at the 3700 meters "Three-Four", it´s 06.30 am, short behind schedule, 6 degrees and partly cloudy.
What about this one for me the next time
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Bye now for HB-JVG, a really nice experience here onboard Helvetic and with a couple of more Helvetic machines around I´am sure, very sure, to see something new for the next leg
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Bustransfer to the terminal now.



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Service Swiss LX 420 operated by Helvetic Airways
Scheduled: 07.15 // 08.05


And just by coincidence or not, these nice young woman with a special relationship to ZRH airport is at the terminal entrance.
Oh, yes, it feels really good, H., to see you here this early morning, you know.
And if there is a lounge to visit here, no way, there are more important things to do!.
We had a good chat on the way for the next gate.
"Zum Gate", ok, D55
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My time at ZRH is far too soon over and after one or two or thousand Bye-Bye´s, I´am on the bus for a, definitely nothing else expected and also definitely no one else told me anything else, new and unique entry to the log
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Tarth, this is HB-JVG again, we´re on the same way today.
Leg no. 37 on type and the second experience now here.
But, da or better said ok, it´s the F100 like on schedule, that counts
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Show me you´re cute engine
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Helvetic, I should do something like this somedays!
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There are just a couple of other Helvetiv planes around. But this is it
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Helvetic Airways for the second time today
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Well, you know, me doing pictures on the apron.
Me, doing some more pictures on the apron.
The guy at the planes door, not the same pilot like on the earlier flight, but also somewhere close to 60.
Up the stairs.
"I´am in, let´s go".
"You doing a lot of pictures, is there something special with the plane?".
"Oh no, I really like the F100 and with the first A319 delivered just yesterday to Helvetic we never know how long it is possible to fly the F100".
Now he is surprised.
"You know a lot about the company".
"Just a little bit more than the standard pax".
It seem´s he´s satisfied.
"Welcome, take you´re seat please".
07.25 am, short after schedule, 1.00 hour, 30 minutes for England by "Helvetic".
6 partly cloudy degrees again
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The captain is on the mike during taxi, 3 planes ahead till our turn.
Just departed from the 2500 meters "Two-Eight" with me and the engine again
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Climbing out of ZRH
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Cabin view with a good number of biz pax on the way.
The load is 50% only, 17A this time and two for me again
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Cabin crew is one young and cute female FA, long brown hair, nice, together with a young male FA, also nice but not as relaxed as the first crew.
Looks like neat, isn´t it?
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Legroom is also good this way
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And just the other side of the safety card
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Some clouds on the way for England
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It shows it´s age just when you go en detail
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How I like these engine view inflight
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The cabin ceiling
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Service, just a bit more than on the previous flight
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Now that looks like strange above northern France
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Ah, this is England, where there is not a single cloud left to see
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A view from pole to pole like a pilot told me somedays
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The captain is again on the mike swiftly prior to approach in a nice style.
We are above London, no flightlevel info.
Touchdown at the 2599 meters "Three-Three", 08.00 am here what means short ahead to schedule, 6 degrees and superb sunny.
And the final Bye-Bye now, sure?, sure!, at least for today to HB-JVG at BHX airport
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The electronic immigration system works well, no time to wait to enter England.
Amex provided me with some good, strong british pounds and ready to go.
Well, BHX, remember the title, I should go for Wales today, is there something wrong?.
No, this is just a detour to fit it together!.
Riding the intra terminal train
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London Midland shuttles me to Birmingham New Street, departure 10.05 am
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And Crosscountry, departure 10.30 am, links Birmingham New Street directly with Cardiff Central along Cheltenham Spa, Glouchester. I had this name not only seen in the context of a Let story not that long ago?.
Chepstow and Newport, the fare is perfectly good, 20.00 pounds only
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Some sheep on the way
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Along the river Severn
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Welcome to Cymru, better said Caerdydd
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And bye now to Crosscountry
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Looks like futuristic, isn´t it?
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The final picture at Caerdydd Canolog
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Heading for the city now to enjoy these superb sunny weather conditions.
Nothing else expected for Wales, isn´t it?.
Ah, these large clocks, seen somewhere before!
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The main pedestrian area
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Yes, I like these ensign
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A church ahead.
Should I climb up the tower?.
No, better not!
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Classic shopping arcade, just for the very unlikely case of some rain here
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The castle ahead
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That looks like good, isn´t it?
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The entrance
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Tell me the story about Cardiff castle
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Or better show me the story
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Indoor, well preserved
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The tower
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The well fenced church
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The Cardiff story is to follow here
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No more words essential
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It´s spring here definitely
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The covered market
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Where you can buy what you need or not!
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Fruit and veg, that´s me
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There is a train service from Cardiff Central to Rhoose station near the airport.
The fare is 4.00 pounds, driving time 30 minutes.
Now we don´t know if the carriage or the whitehaired driver is more experienced, but it works!
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And the final step should be done by bus.
There is a bus approaching when I try to do this picture
and hey wait, I see me jumping and waving like Mr. Bean, there is a bus departing.
Thank god, the driver noticed me and just a matter of minutes later and a pound lighter I´am at....




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FLIEGER67
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RE: "Three Fokker´s And An E-Jet To Explore Cardiff"

Sun Jul 07, 2013 7:50 am

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Service KLM KL 1064 operated by KLM Cityhopper
Scheduled: 17.20 // 19.40


...Maes Awyr Caerdydd.
Counted as new entry no. 239 on the departure airports map
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Where BA has a large maintenance facility
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And where there are just a few other people around
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The narrow main hall
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The place where I´ve catched my after OLCI boarding papers now by a nice middle aged male agent. No one else around and we talked about my first time here in Cardiff. Reason enough for him also to explain me the way for the lounge en detail, not that there is a high risk here that you get lost and printed a lounge invitation for me, well done.
Most interesting Anglesey/Ynys mon by Citywing
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The place to go now
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With a real good view to the BA action closeby
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Sure a nice lounge
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Good offers, few guests
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The one with the low legroom
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And the classic shorty one
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Flying Blue cashed 30.00 Euro´s per leg for the upcoming two flights on one confirmation.
What is really good from my point of view.
Ok, some 10000 miles also, fixed directly via the AF website.
Gate 4 to go now.
PH-WXC, not that this registration sounds well known to me
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The F70 is on schedule today.
Leg no. 12 on type and this is, as earlier expected, nothing new to me. Done on AMS-STR some 350 legs ago and no individual name to show
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First in service with Avianova around Italy from 03.01.1996. One of the still 26 examples in the fleet without any incident to report
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5.15 pm, short ahead to schedule, 55 minutes only for AMS by "City".
18 degrees, sunny, no clouds, superb, the standard everyday weather conditions for Cardiff!.
Greenery around the airport
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No, this is not under the wing, this is under the runway
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Sure a special place to build you´re house
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Just departed from the 2353 meters runway "Three-Zero" with a nice view
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Cabin crew is one young blonde female FA, well built to say the least and nice talking later on, she´s heading once more to the island shortly after this leg for Durham-Tees-Valley this time.
She asked every passenger separately and serves coffee and water from the tray, impressive.
There is also a young latino style woman on the plane, relaxed and nice from the first short talking at the planes door.
Between the wing and the engine
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Clouds, no way?. This is the standard, you never ever see clouds above Wales, believe me!
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Green fields down there
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Legroom is pretty good here on the F70 also.
15A and two for me, the third time today
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Safety, sure
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The dream issue
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A well loaded cabin with the clean, blue fabric seats.
70% and a huge number of biz travellers on the way
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The cabin ceiling
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Heading for England
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Above the River Severn
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Sweet or salty?
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Cockpit crew is from the Netherlands.
The captain with nice informations inflight during early approach.
No route info but flightlevel is 35000 feet.
Close to AMS
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Touchdown at the 3500 meters "Zero-Six", 15 partly cloudy degrees and 7.20 pm is finally 20 minutes ahead to schedule.
Safely arrived at AMS and bye now for PH-WXC
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Service KLM KL 1879 operated by KLM Cityhopper
Scheduled: 20.55 // 22.10


Another one of these not that really well managed experiences at the Schengen entry.
Some five minutes at the passport check, ok,
but security directly behind is overcrowded with people
from everywhere around the world and the often seen drama with precious liquids from India, China or Southern America confiscated by the security staff is terrible as always.
Made it just for a view to KL´s Crown Lounge
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Where there are not that much pax around this evening
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Well, B18, let´s go for STR
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This is one of the down the stairs for the apron and up the stairs for the plane gates
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With PH-EZA waiting for me
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The Embraer 190 like on schedule
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/GB1302/GB1302117_zps75560b28.jpg
New to the log and leg no. 18 on type.
This is also a no name plane!
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In the air with KLC since 08.11.2008, the first delivery from the 22 in the actual fleet.
Birds, gears and slats, here are the stories around PH-EZA:
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Boarding now
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Cockpit crew is from the Netherlands.
The captain with a very nice and detailed welcome after boarding.
Some ATC restrictions expected, but nothign really serious.
9.00 pm, only short behind schedule, 1.00 hour to go for STR by "City".
Departure from the 3300 meters "Three-Six-Center", 12 degrees and partly cloudy by now.
Last rows view from 26F, two for me again
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The load is 70%, VFR and biz well mixed upfront.
Cabin crew is one elder female FA, really nice and talkactive together with one younger, large, slim, brown hair, well what should I say, really nice, woman
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Legroom is also here ok with the dark blue well used leather seats
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Safety Embraer style
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Spot on
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Twilight ahead
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Delicious treats for me once more
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The captain is on the mike again with very nice, relaxed arrivals information and a Bye-Bye during approach.
Neither route nor flightlevel informations.
Touchdown at "Zero-Seven", 10.05 pm, short ahead to schedule and 14 partly cloudy degrees.
The car is where it should be
and not that long thereafter well ontime at the homebase.

Conclusions, sure:
1.)Helvetic STR-ZRH: Short and nice crew by Helvetic.
2.)Helvetic ZRH-BHX: A comfy experience Helvetic style.
3.)KLM Cityhopper CWL-AMS: Relaxed by KLC.
4.)KLM Cityhopper AMS-STR: Lots of open seats are good for a comfy ride again.

And now it seems I should better place a tent here!.
There are some 8 hours only in between touchdown and departure for the next flight, the ride back home, preparations and just a little sleep!.

A jubilee and a farewell at the very same time:

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Diolch, thank you to follow my story till here
and a Grande Merci to H., for you´re time at ZRH,
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RE: "Three Fokker´s And An E-Jet To Explore Cardiff"

Sun Jul 07, 2013 1:22 pm

Hi Markus!

Thanks for the good story! I had no idea that Helvetic replacing it´s Fokker´s with A319.That´s a little bit sad especially since we just heard that KL will retire theirs Fokkers too  Good of you try to catch some before they all gone. The Fokkers is far more interesting then a A319 for example!

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 1):
Most interesting Anglesey/Ynys mon by Citywing

I´ve to admit that I had to Google Citywing! Never heard of them. Looks interesting!

Looking forward your next report! It looks like a MD is included 

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Sun Jul 07, 2013 1:37 pm

Great report Markus  

Nice to see CWL reviewed and also the BA Tech base. Nice lounge too for the size of the airport.

Always nice to ride the KLM E Jet too  

Thanks for another nice report.

Regards

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Sun Jul 07, 2013 4:11 pm

Hi Markus,

Great to see some impressions of Cardiff, it looks worth a visit and I didn’t know either that BA have a maintenance facility there. What perfect weather you had that day.



Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Gweiddi, annwyl darllenwyr,
are really belonging to a western European language?.

Oh yes and a rather special one at that.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
The F100 is on schedule and this looks like no changes for the first flight of the day

Finally!

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
pax boarded, the guy with the four stripes closer to 60 than 50 at the planes door following me doing pictures.
"Sorry, I come, I come".
"No hurry, we are good in time.
It´s a beautiful plane, isn´t it?".
"It is, I love it".

Nice to see the pilot appreciating the plane he’s flying.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Also a nice welcome from a middle aged, well built female FA with a heavy "Switzerdütsch" accent, oh, yes, I like it!.

What, the accent?  
Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Legroom is pretty good here with the bright grey leather seats, well used, but clean.

Excellent legroom on Helvetic, one of the best features of those birds.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
My time at ZRH is far too soon over and after one or two or thousand Bye-Bye´s,

As usual  
Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
I´am on the bus for a, definitely nothing else expected and also definitely no one else told me anything else, new and unique entry to the log

No, that was a complete surprise to you that you were to log JVG twice!

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Ah, these large clocks, seen somewhere before!

Always on these Northern islands!

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Fruit and veg, that´s me

Fruit, are you sure?!

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Clouds, no way?. This is the standard, you never ever see clouds above Wales, believe me!

Oh believe me, they do exist and I’ve seen them.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Sweet or salty?

You got both!

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Diolch, thank you to follow my story till here
and a Grande Merci to H., for you´re time at ZRH,

Bitte bitte.

Happy flying
Infodesk   

PS.

Quoting parton87 (Reply 2):
Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 1):Most interesting Anglesey/Ynys mon by Citywing

Another one for the to-do list?!
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RE: "Three Fokker´s And An E-Jet To Explore Cardiff"

Sun Jul 07, 2013 6:00 pm

Hey and good to see these comments.


@R.:

Quoting parton87 (Reply 2):

Thanks for the good story! I had no idea that Helvetic replacing it´s Fokker´s with A319.That´s a little bit sad especially since we just heard that KL will retire theirs Fokkers too  Good of you try to catch some before they all gone. The Fokkers is far more interesting then a A319 for example!

Thank you and sure the case with the Fokker´s.

Quoting parton87 (Reply 2):

I´ve to admit that I had to Google Citywing! Never heard of them. Looks interesting!

Looking forward your next report! It looks like a MD is included

Definitely and the MD is coming up soon, if nothing goes wrong.


@P.:

Quoting OA260 (Reply 3):

Nice to see CWL reviewed and also the BA Tech base. Nice lounge too for the size of the airport.

Always nice to ride the KLM E Jet too

Thank you and the lounge was good, for sure.


@H.:

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

Great to see some impressions of Cardiff, it looks worth a visit and I didn’t know either that BA have a maintenance facility there. What perfect weather you had that day.

Thank you.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

Oh yes and a rather special one at that

Definitely.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):
Finally!

Finally!.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

Nice to see the pilot appreciating the plane he’s flying.

Sure a good first impression here.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

What, the accent?

Both!.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

Excellent legroom on Helvetic, one of the best features of those birds.

Simply superb.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

As usual

Hopefully!.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

No, that was a complete surprise to you that you were to log JVG twice!

Definitely.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

Always on these Northern islands!

Good to know.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

Fruit, are you sure?!

Less fruit, more veg!.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

Oh believe me, they do exist and I’ve seen them.

Sure?.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

You got both!

Thanx to the nice FA!.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):

Bitte bitte.

Sehr gerne!.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 4):
Another one for the to-do list?!

High rated nowadays.

Greetings,
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Sun Jul 07, 2013 8:22 pm

Hey Markus,

Another day, another story, nothing else expected   If only you could have done a 4 Fokker journey, now it was 3 Fokker and a Jungle Jet (which was of course equally nice!). Helvetic was a nice suprise for me as well last year, I've flown them from ZRH to BRU on one of them F100's and yes, they are pretty special on the inside with the red carpet and grey-whitish seats.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Looking forward to my first experience with these company from Switzerland with the well fitting name

I was actually quite surprised that you didn't fly this carrier before  Wow!

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
The captain is on the mike during taxi, we made it and beat AB, no. 1 for takeoff today.

Now that's the 2nd best thing besides logging a new registration!

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Oh no, I really like the F100 and with the first A319 delivered just yesterday to Helvetic we never know how long it is possible to fly the F100

Oh, you sure have some news for me here? They are switching to A319?

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Sun Jul 07, 2013 9:31 pm

Hey, N.,

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 6):

Another day, another story, nothing else expected   If only you could have done a 4 Fokker journey, now it was 3 Fokker and a Jungle Jet (which was of course equally nice!). Helvetic was a nice suprise for me as well last year, I've flown them from ZRH to BRU on one of them F100's and yes, they are pretty special on the inside with the red carpet and grey-whitish seats.

Thank you and I really like these classic interior on the Fokker´s, you know.

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 6):

I was actually quite surprised that you didn't fly this carrier before

Me, too and it was not the first attempt!.

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 6):

Now that's the 2nd best thing besides logging a new registration!

Definitely.

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 6):

Oh, you sure have some news for me here? They are switching to A319?

Not sure how long the F100 will last. The A319 is used mainly on touristic routes.

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Mon Jul 08, 2013 2:28 am

Hi Markus !

Thanks for another report ! It looks like you had some nice flights but too bad with the same aircraft STR-ZRH and ZRH-AMS.

Cardiff looks nice and I think I have passed thru there when I was on the way to/from Swansea but I was on a train.

Flights on WC looks standard.

I have yet to fly on a F70 and F100......

Looking forward to your next report.

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RE: "Three Fokker´s And An E-Jet To Explore Cardiff"

Mon Jul 08, 2013 11:48 am

Hello Markus

Nice report you have got there! Interesting to follow.
I had particular interest in the Helvatic segments as I'm flying one myself in october.
Great you included some railway pics.


Greetings
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RE: "Three Fokker´s And An E-Jet To Explore Cardiff"

Mon Jul 08, 2013 8:06 pm

Hey and good to see more comments.


@L.:

Quoting The777Man (Reply 8):
Thanks for another report ! It looks like you had some nice flights but too bad with the same aircraft STR-ZRH and ZRH-AMS.

Cardiff looks nice and I think I have passed thru there when I was on the way to/from Swansea but I was on a train.

Thank you and good to know about Cardiff.

Quoting The777Man (Reply 8):
Flights on WC looks standard.

I have yet to fly on a F70 and F100......

Give me a Fokker everytime!.


@M.:

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 9):

Nice report you have got there! Interesting to follow.
I had particular interest in the Helvatic segments as I'm flying one myself in october.
Great you included some railway pics.

Thank you and good to know about more Helvetic travel.

Greetings,
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Tue Jul 09, 2013 4:42 pm

Hi Markus,

thanks for yet another great story. Well done with the planning to get three Fokkers on the way, even with a F70. And all on just one day. I really like the pictures with the view between the distinctive Fokker wing and the engine.

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Tue Jul 09, 2013 5:22 pm

Hey, Captain M.,

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 11):

thanks for yet another great story. Well done with the planning to get three Fokkers on the way, even with a F70. And all on just one day. I really like the pictures with the view between the distinctive Fokker wing and the engine.

Thank you and good to see you´re feedback.
Lucky me, no AC changes here.

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Tue Jul 09, 2013 8:53 pm

Hey Markus,

Great report from my home city of Caerdydd - looks like you had a fun time here. If you ever visit again then PM me beforehand and I'll buy you some beers here!

 
 
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RE: "Three Fokker´s And An E-Jet To Explore Cardiff"

Wed Jul 10, 2013 11:38 am

Hi Markus,

interesting report, good to see you also tried Helvetic which really impressed me last year. I hope they will continue to fly the Fokkers for some time.


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Wed Jul 10, 2013 11:57 am

Hi there Markus, another great read. Good that you got on the Helvetic F100 - I tried to book a ticket on that over to ZRH in October, but all options worked out just too expensive!

Great pictures of Cardiff also - a very nice city, just a shame it's a bit too near for me to fly to!

Seems like CWL hasn't changed all that much since I last paid a visit 13 years ago, although no doubt the viewing deck on the roof has long gone!

Looking forward to reading more!
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Wed Jul 10, 2013 1:06 pm

Hello,

it's such a great report to read. Thank you again for releasing it! Cardiff looks like a nice city!

I look forward to read you again!

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RE: "Three Fokker´s And An E-Jet To Explore Cardiff"

Wed Jul 10, 2013 8:24 pm

Hi and good to see more comments.


@H.:

Quoting Hywel (Reply 13):

Great report from my home city of Caerdydd - looks like you had a fun time here. If you ever visit again then PM me beforehand and I'll buy you some beers here!

Thank you and I will do so!.


@PH:

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 14):

interesting report, good to see you also tried Helvetic which really impressed me last year. I hope they will continue to fly the Fokkers for some time.

Thank you and good to see you´re also positive opinion about Helvetic.
Sure my way with the Fokkers.


@J.:

Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 15):


Hi there Markus, another great read. Good that you got on the Helvetic F100 - I tried to book a ticket on that over to ZRH in October, but all options worked out just too expensive!

Thank you and a shame with the expensive fare.

Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 15):
Great pictures of Cardiff also - a very nice city, just a shame it's a bit too near for me to fly to!

Seems like CWL hasn't changed all that much since I last paid a visit 13 years ago, although no doubt the viewing deck on the roof has long gone!

The very same with me for ZRH in October!.


@L.:

Quoting LYSflyer (Reply 16):
it's such a great report to read. Thank you again for releasing it! Cardiff looks like a nice city!

I look forward to read you again!

Thank you and more to come.

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Fri Jul 12, 2013 12:14 pm

Hello Markus,

Another nice report as usual! Great idea to catch a bunch of Fokkers and log a new airport!
Both Helvetic and KLM look good here and great pictures of Cardiff!

Looking forward to the next report!

cheers,

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Fri Jul 12, 2013 9:43 pm

Hoi, B.,

Quoting adamspotter (Reply 18):

Another nice report as usual! Great idea to catch a bunch of Fokkers and log a new airport!
Both Helvetic and KLM look good here and great pictures of Cardiff!

Thank you for the feedback. Lucky me here, no aircraft changes.

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Sat Jul 13, 2013 10:14 am

Hi Markus

Great trip report as always, and really enjoyed the part about Cardiff - my home city.

One tiny clarification.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Welcome to Cymru, better said Caerdydd

The photo underneath this comment is of Newport, not Cardiff.

Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 15):
Seems like CWL hasn't changed all that much since I last paid a visit 13 years ago, although no doubt the viewing deck on the roof has long gone!

Yes James you're, unfortunately, correct. Not so easy to view from the first floor any longer either, and next to no views from the departure lounge either.

Cheers and thanks again
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Sat Jul 13, 2013 12:20 pm

Hey, D.,

Quoting diesel1 (Reply 20):

Great trip report as always, and really enjoyed the part about Cardiff - my home city.

Thank you.

Quoting diesel1 (Reply 20):

The photo underneath this comment is of Newport, not Cardiff.

Local knowledge is everytime warm welcomed, no question.

Quoting diesel1 (Reply 20):

Yes James you're, unfortunately, correct. Not so easy to view from the first floor any longer either, and next to no views from the departure lounge either.

Good to see this from you´re perspective.

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Sat Jul 13, 2013 2:45 pm

Great report Markus! I actually did a similar trip early this year, but I flew to BRS and then on by train to Cardiff and fly back from CWL. Cardiff is indeed a nice small city, worth visiting! The airport is smaller then I expected, but with a nice lounge for it's size indeed.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
I had this name not only seen in the context of a Let story not that long ago?.

Yessir! I was on that train line in the opposite direction from Cheltenham to Birmingham  
 
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Sat Jul 13, 2013 7:14 pm

Hi, R.,

Quoting roberts87 (Reply 22):
Great report Markus! I actually did a similar trip early this year, but I flew to BRS and then on by train to Cardiff and fly back from CWL. Cardiff is indeed a nice small city, worth visiting! The airport is smaller then I expected, but with a nice lounge for it's size indeed.

Thank you and really good to know about you´re CWL opinion.

Quoting roberts87 (Reply 22):

Yessir! I was on that train line in the opposite direction from Cheltenham to Birmingham

That´s what I´am looking for!.

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Tue Oct 15, 2013 10:39 pm

Thanks for the great report!

As living in Belgium and proximity of KL, I flew 100, F50 and F70 a lot, in December it is time for E90 and 73G..

I just wondered if anybody knows if afternoon flights AMS-WAW offer anymore than what you got? Their website states sandwich and even free wine and beer, can it be because the flight is two hours, r it's not for real?

Thanks again for sharing!
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Wed Oct 16, 2013 4:59 am

Hi, L.,

Quoting LO231 (Reply 24):
Thanks for the great report!

As living in Belgium and proximity of KL, I flew 100, F50 and F70 a lot, in December it is time for E90 and 73G..

I just wondered if anybody knows if afternoon flights AMS-WAW offer anymore than what you got? Their website states sandwich and even free wine and beer, can it be because the flight is two hours, r it's not for real?

Thanks again for sharing!

Thank you and not sure what happens on the WAW route in terms of service.

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