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Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:11 pm

Congratulations to Germany on winning the World Cup! To all the German A.Netters, know that you have a fine Football team!

What will be the ride home for Germany? In 2010, Spain had an Iberia A340-600, EC-LEV painted with the word "Campeones" on the sides.
Lufthansa has a few 747-8s that have the "Fanhansa" titles on them. If either of those -8i's were used to fly the team home, would they fly with a modified livery to celebrate the win?
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:14 pm

I think that there is already plane at the paint shop in FRA!
Me thinks that it is either A380 or 748i
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:17 pm

They should fly the Fanhansa 748 to EZE just for kicks ^_^
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:35 pm

If I am informed correctly, they will fly a 748i directly GIG-TXL.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:40 pm

Well, well, the Fanhansa thing seems to have worked. Congrats to Germany!
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:49 pm

They will be flying the Lufthansa 747-8 (D-ABYI) with the "Fanhansa" livery.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:50 pm

May be they can fly back with Chancellor Merkel.
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:54 pm

Quoting Jetblue1965 (Reply 2):
They should fly the Fanhansa 748 to EZE just for kicks

        
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:57 pm

Quoting AviationAware (Reply 3):
If I am informed correctly, they will fly a 748i directly GIG-TXL.

Ya, I can't find the exact article that stated that, however these two seem to point to them flying back on YI, since it landed there a couple of days ago, and plans to return the 14th. A one-off scheduled service.

http://aviation-news.net/2014/07/13/...ntinental-lands-in-rio-de-janeiro/

http://airlineroute.net/2014/03/13/lh-gig-jul14/
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:01 pm

Quoting VCEflyboy (Reply 4):
Well, well, the Fanhansa thing seems to have worked. Congrats to Germany!

My proposal: Just over night, change the name Fanhansa to Cuphansa and some other stickers.

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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:02 pm

LH2014 departs (B748) GIG tomorrow afternoon
It seems it will get new sticks tonight in Rio

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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:11 pm

Well done, Boys! There is no doubt that the best team won.

A 748 is waiting for you with celebratory Stickers!
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:50 am

I wonder why didn't LH send an A388 to GIG instead in Fanhansa livery instead--unless GIG isn't well-equipped to handle the A388....
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 2:02 am

Quoting RayChuang (Reply 12):
I wonder why didn't LH send an A388 to GIG instead in Fanhansa livery instead--unless GIG isn't well-equipped to handle the A388....

It isn't as far as I know. I don't think GRU is either.

Is any airport in South America certified for A380s yet? I don't think so but not positive. And you need more than one as also need airports that can handle diversions for weather or other reasons.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 2:21 am

GIG can't handle a 388. I don't think the German team will suffer having to fly a new 748i n/s to TXL.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 2:25 am

Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 13):

I think for diversions, any 744 airport can also handle 388

The issues are with taxiway width and gates width and number of boarding bridges.

The 748 is a godsend in these cases where prime time slots are extremely scarce but can't Take the 388
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 3:57 am

Quoting sonomaflyer (Reply 14):
GIG can't handle a 388. I don't think the German team will suffer having to fly a new 748i n/s to TXL.

It can handle the 388 as improvements have been done on airport runways. The problem is the Brazilian Regulator.
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 4:16 am

Quoting RayChuang (Reply 12):

I wonder why didn't LH send an A388 to GIG instead in Fanhansa livery instead--unless GIG isn't well-equipped to handle the A388....

747-8 has nearly as many premium seats, but with fewer economy. The 748 was probably big enough.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 7:12 am

Chancelor Angela "Angie" Merkel could take the team back in her "Angie-One"-A340 

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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 7:35 am

Quoting txlbased (Reply 18):
Chancelor Angela "Angie" Merkel could take the team back in her "Angie-One"-A340

Are you joking ? This plane is only for her Merkel and Gauck the president of Germany! I wonder why they not travel by two A340, one for each at least ? The Fanhansa 747 was probably at the same time empty over the atlantic to pick up our players, anyways they at least deserve it. How any other country leaders would come to such event ? Any would take a normal scheduled flight or is this common practise

[Edited 2014-07-14 00:46:04]

[Edited 2014-07-14 00:48:42]
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:17 am

Quoting delta777jet (Reply 19):
Its second time they wasting our tax payer money to go to Brazil by government plane

A First Class ticket FRA-GIG is 10,000EUR. I do not know Germany's security protocol for their highest public officials, but imagine they would have to travel with several body guards. Betcha taking 'Angie 1' almost paid for itself  
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:24 am

Quoting delta777jet (Reply 19):
I wonder why they not travel by two A340, one for each at least ?

Because it's expensive and it's other peoples money they are spending, I am glad they at least had the decency of not taking two separate planes.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:30 am

24 years ago, when German won the WC in Rome, they flew home to FRA in a Luftwaffe 707.

DFB is rich enough to pay for the charter and LH is a Sponsor and they will certainly insist on taking them home.



Quoting delta777jet (Reply 19):
I wonder why they not travel by two A340, one for each at least ? The Fanhansa 747 was probably at the same time empty over the atlantic to pick up our players, anyways they at least deserve it. How any other country leaders would come

Why should they travel separately? The President is a figure head of state. She must fly the Luftwaffe 340 because of security and the communication that is on board.
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:32 am

Quoting delta777jet (Reply 19):
I wonder why they not travel by two A340, one for each at least

good one!  
Quoting uberflieger (Reply 20):
A First Class ticket FRA-GIG is 10,000EUR.

not so sure about the amount of jet-a which is burned on TXL-GIG-TXL. but what about the A319CJ? Seriously, they easily could have taken the small A319CJ over the A340 and definitely safe some €€€.
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:49 am

Quoting txlbased (Reply 23):
Seriously, they easily could have taken the small A319CJ over the A340 and definitely safe some €€€

C'mon you guys, really? You are one of the most wealthy nations thanks to all of us buying your BMW's and you want your 2 top officials hitch hiking a ride with Fanhansa or flying in a Skoda Fabia?  
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:06 am

Quoting uberflieger (Reply 24):
flying in a Skoda Fabia

technically, a Skoda Fabia is a Volkswagen Polo!  

Angie & Co. may fly wherever they want with whatever they want. But flying to Brasil two times for watching a soccer game and bring home a selfie with Lukas Podolski is IMHO a lot of money burned by 4 CFM engines and paid by tax payers.
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:21 am

Quoting txlbased (Reply 25):
a Skoda Fabia is a Volkswagen Polo

The A319 is being assembled in HAM  
Quoting txlbased (Reply 25):
flying to Brasil two times for watching a soccer game and bring home a selfie with Lukas Podolski is IMHO a lot of money burned

I sure hope she got one with Goetze  

Can't wait to see pics and footage of the new World Champions arriving in Berlin. Wish I could be there!
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 10:35 am

The Luftwaffe A340-300 can seat 143 people. Those seats are usually filled with the entourage and journalists. Here's an interior picture from the back: http://www.handelsblatt.com/politik/...schlaf-extra-beschert/4237684.html
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 11:10 am

Quoting uberflieger (Reply 24):

It would certainly have been the appropriate thing considering it's other peoples money that thay have been entrusted with they are spending, and besides it would be only befitting of her constant austerity-preaching that seems to be valid for anyone but her and that unholy coalition government of hers.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 12:06 pm

Come on guys. It's absolutely common, that the chancellor is going to the WC final. Even more the President whose job description is representation of the country.

They shared a plane so where is the point? There is money spend for much more senseless things. I read today that the German economy will benefit from the WC title, meaning more tax money for the government.

I've never heard a discussion whether the U.S. president should use a smaller plane than the 747. It's such a typical German discussion.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 12:12 pm

Quoting PanHAM (Reply 22):
DFB is rich enough to pay for the charter and LH is a Sponsor and they will certainly insist on taking them home.

To my surprise I saw the real sponsor, the EK stewardesses yesterday behind Germany's chancellor and president. Fanhansa's sponsorship was probably just limited to sponsoring a drink in the senator lounge for the team.
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 12:18 pm

Emirates ist sponsoring the world cup. Lufthansa is sponsoring the DFB. Big difference. Those Emirates gals yesterday had nothing to do with the German team.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 12:39 pm

Quoting AviationAware (Reply 31):
Emirates ist sponsoring the world cup. Lufthansa is sponsoring the DFB. Big difference. Those Emirates gals yesterday had nothing to do with the German team.

Indeed... LH doesn't have any agreement with FIFA and is therefore not allowed to display any imagery related to the World Cup. That's why they use generic football themes during World Cups (think the football nose in 2006, or the Fanhansa titles this year). It's pretty smart actually. Everybody knows it's World Cup related and yet LH doesn't have to pay anything to FIFA. On the other hand, who besides us a.netters will have watched the EK flight attendants at the medal ceremony yesterday and said "aha! Emirates!". Hardly anyone I bet.
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 12:41 pm

Quoting delta777jet (Reply 19):
Are you joking ? This plane is only for her Merkel and Gauck the president of Germany! I wonder why they not travel by two A340, one for each at least ? The Fanhansa 747 was probably at the same time empty over the atlantic to pick up our players, anyways they at least deserve it. How any other country leaders would come to such event ? Any would take a normal scheduled flight or is this common practise
Quoting delta777jet (Reply 30):
o my surprise I saw the real sponsor, the EK stewardesses yesterday behind Germany's chancellor and president. Fanhansa's sponsorship was probably just limited to sponsoring a drink in the senator lounge for the team.

Oh boy, what cheap thinking.

I have them ( high ranking politicans, that is) quite often on my flights. And its not only them, protocol demands quite a few asisstants and security details traveling with them. So its NEVER just one ticket v. a whole flight. And head of G8 state flying comercial? Forget it. I am proud that this discussion was nowhere to be found in the german news, the Germen Michel was quite!

Ek is one of FIFAs premium sponsors. FIFA is guarding and protecting their prime moneyspenders carfully and vicously. No way a LH Logo would be visible at such an event. One would have to be really careful and innovative, see Fanhansa and the soccer ball painted radar dome during the 2006 event. This year SONY forbid the fancy dr dre headphone being worm by the players.

However, LH is one of the main sponsors of the Germen soccer association DFB. They do all air transportation for them and pay a lump sum on top. So all ferryflts are on LH´s account. It is very complicated to take an A380 out of operation to do a promotion flt to RIO, it would have to be substituted by another aircraft in the meantime. There are some B744s parked, so it was just a lot easier this way.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 12:43 pm

I´ve seen a picture on Facebook of the 747-8i that will bring the German Team back to Berlin tomorrow.
It has an extra Sticker on the fuselage that reads "Siegerflieger" (something like Victory Plane)
It´s gold and it´s applied after the Fanhansa wording, same letter size.
Quite good looking IMO

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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:19 pm

Quoting galleypower (Reply 33):
And head of G8 state flying comercial? Forget it.

Don't think so ? Many country leaders travelling on regular commercial flights. Certainly also G8, for example the UK and their head David Cameron was and is flying for example BA in Club World and why also not.
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:39 pm

I don't thin so. The Prime Minister of the UK or the German Chancellor has a tight schedule and that alone makes flying Commercial impractical most of the time.

May be for Long time scheduled visits it can work but for destinations which have no scheduled Services or Brussels night debates which end in the wee hours there should be a Jet at disposal.

Besides, the UK PM more than often hires a Jet for certain missions, as do other heads of government of smaller states.

An EU presidency, which roates between the member states every 6 months, cannot be done without a biz Jet Standing by.

As was mentioned earlier, These people represent a Country, they Need secruity and theya Need communication which only the NSA can hack   Going online in a Lufty 747 or 340 is not an Option for them and their staff.
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:51 pm

Quoting delta777jet (Reply 35):

Don't think so ? Many country leaders travelling on regular commercial flights. Certainly also G8, for example the UK and their head David Cameron was and is flying for example BA in Club World and why also not.

On rare occasions, yes, but those were more "publicity stunt" than anything. He saved the country $300K which for an economy the size of the UK's is an insignificant value. It was all about promoting the imagine of austerity. Personally I don't think such insignificant saving are worth the risk. People who complain about their head of state flying a private plane should get a life 
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 2:09 pm

Quoting fraT (Reply 29):
I've never heard a discussion whether the U.S. president should use a smaller plane than the 747. It's such a typical German discussion.

Oh, there're plenty of political pundits pointing to the President of the United States flying around with a 747 for fundraising, vacationing and golfing and how much they cost to the taxpayers. I think it's normal for any free countries like Germany and USA to have such debate. It certainly would make more sense if he flies the 757 around the US instead to save some fuel.

BTW, I would love to see some pictures when the Champion flying home. What a great game! Congrats to Germany!

[Edited 2014-07-14 07:11:21]
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 2:11 pm

I'm surprised that the head of government and head of state are even allowed to fly with the same aircraft. Are the chancellor and vice chancellor allowed to fly on the same A/C just in case something happens?

Either way, I think it's perfectly natural to be there with the government jet and am glad they were. Look forward to seeing the LH "Siegerflieger"!  
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 2:11 pm

Quoting delta777jet (Reply 30):
To my surprise I saw the real sponsor, the EK stewardesses yesterday behind Germany's chancellor and president

That confused the hell out of me.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 2:42 pm

Quoting bavair (Reply 39):
I'm surprised that the head of government and head of state are even allowed to fly with the same aircraft. Are the chancellor and vice chancellor allowed to fly on the same A/C just in case something happens?

They are not in any relationship of succession, having two completely divided offices, and are thus allowed to. Besides, who would care really. As if we would be 'decapitated' if that would happen. Plenty other opportunists standing by to take over. Although I pray to the lord that Merkel, in spite of how despicable I find her, never crashes; as that would mean Siggy Pop taking over (albeit only shortly). That would be the eucatastrophe.

Anyway, they (the team) will arrive tomorrow in TXL, flight number is LH2014 and here is an image of the 'Siegerflieger':

http://abload.de/img/siegerfliegerohpy6.jpg
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 3:17 pm

Quoting AviationAware (Reply 41):
here is an image

'Siegerflieger' I love it    Thanks for posting it.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 3:55 pm

This could be one of the iconic moments of the 748i. Looking forward to the arrival pics. That should be something.
Congrats to Germany btw. Fantastic job.

[Edited 2014-07-14 09:01:34]
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 4:08 pm

Siegerflieger looks great !
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 6:41 pm

Quoting RayChuang (Reply 12):

Because the B748 is prettier than an A380.
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 6:43 pm

wonder how long they'll keep the paint job ... I have a LH 748 flight coming up in October (right above the 2nd "n" of "Fanhansa")  
 
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:31 pm

Anybody know how Putin got home from Rio?
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:47 pm

Quoting RayChuang (Reply 12):

I wonder why didn't LH send an A388 to GIG instead in Fanhansa livery instead--unless GIG isn't well-equipped to handle the A388....

Can TXL handle the A380?
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RE: Germany's Ride Home

Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:53 pm

Quoting richierich (Reply 47):
Anybody know how Putin got home from Rio?

Putin should be heading to Fortaleza,Brazil to attend BRICS summit.
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