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Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sat Nov 01, 2008 6:35 pm

Stunning landside approach into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Hello, dear readers,

with the more and more upcoming autumn scenery here in southern Germany, I was in desperate need for some sun.
Where to go?.
Malaga with its newly opened Picasso Museum will be interesting and together with a nice aircraft combination, no question, booking was quickly done.
Lets go.


STR (Stuttgart-Echterdingen) - DUS (Düsseldorf-Rhein-Ruhr)
Duration: 50 minutes

Service Lufthansa 901 operated by Eurowings BAE146-200 D-AJET
Scheduled: 08.20 // 09.25
Actual: 09.10 // 10.00
Gate: 161 Seat: 17A
Load factor: around 70%
Fare: 66,08 EUR per leg
History:
18.12.1991: Delivered to Contiflug
20.03.1995: In service with Eurowings
Leg no. 5 on the BAE146-200 and the first on this machine

I was not far from the airport, monday afternoon, so decided for a quick stop to collect some real paper boarding passes from the self service machines.
Quickly done, only me at the several machines in Terminal 1. Secured my seats, window last row, as always.
Boarding was announced at 08.00 am. I´ve arrived after an unsuccesfull try to cut the airport parking fares, park-and-ride Degerloch was completely full
at around 07.00 am. Time enough for my first departure of the day to DUS.
I´ve droped my bag at the special gate, where the agent cant believe my unusual routing, on LH via DUS to AGP, that sounds not the usual for him!.
Only some minutes at security and when I´ve arrived at the gate, the screens showed a 20 minute delay for the inbound flight from DUS, later consequently also 20 minutes
delay for departure.

The golden Sky to Antalya:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08006.jpg

Boarding from the downstairs bus gates was surprisingly called neverthelles nearly ontime.
Some minutes to wait in the bus for the last pax and some more minutes beneath the plane.

Always nice, boarding a new reg.:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08007.jpg

Riding ´da-jet!:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08009.jpg

Or maybe something big?:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08008.jpg

No, I will stay with the BAE:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08010.jpg

A friendly welcome from the captain during boarding, but no sorry or explanation for the delay.
Departure from runway 25, a right turn heading for FRA and further to DUS.
Clouds near STR and DUS, good views near FRA.

Approaching FRA:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08012.jpg

FRA:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08013.jpg

One male, one female FA, both friendly and in a good mood.
Confortable 2/2 seating in row 17. The cabin fitted with bright grey leather seats, clean and good legroom.

Inside D-AJET:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08011.jpg

Service was free coffee or beverages, nothing to eat on this short leg.
No more comments from the flightdeck, therefore no flightlevel information.
The flight itself was calm, low clouds and rain near DUS.
Touchdown on runway 23R , 10.00 am the printed boarding time for the next leg!.
I´ve prepared me for a quick and rainy bus deboarding but thankfully a finger gate waited for me.

A, according to my log, well known neighbour at DUS:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08014.jpg




DUS (Dusseldorf-Rhein-Ruhr) - AGP (Malaga-Pablo-Ruiz-Picasso)
Duration: 2 hours, 50 minutes

Service LH 4528 operated by Lufthansa Boeing 737-300 D-ABEI
Scheduled: 10.30 // 13.35
Actual: 10.55 // 13.45
Gate: A 80 Seat: 23A
Load factor: Not more than 40%
History:
07.11.1991: Delivered to Lufthansa
Leg no. 31 on the B737-300 and the first on this machine

A very short connecting time, but no problem, the arrivval gate was only some 50 meters beneath the departure one.
No plane at the gate there. Only seconds thereafter the scheduled classic B737-300 arrived and was parked.

D-ABEI at the gate:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08016.jpg

Ground handling:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08015.jpg

Not that much pax around, looks like a low load today.
Boarding was called. Again the dark grey leather seats, good legroom. I´am once again surprised how good looking and clean these LH classics are.

Inside D-ABEI:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08017.jpg

Three friendly female FA´s on the machine.
I´ve changed my seat quickly do the second last row, be aware, no window on that classic machines in the last row.
Also a friendly welcome from the flightdeck during boarding.
Departure fast and powerful from runway 23L, the classic seems like a little race machine.
Detailed explanations from the FO inflight. We´re cruising at 33.000 feet and going via Maastricht-Luxemburg-Dijon-Toulouse-Valencia to Malaga
with a strong headwind in the area around Dijon.
Clouds above Germany and northern France, good views above Spain, a calm flight.

Built an new airport new VLC:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08019.jpg

Reaching the med near VLC:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08020.jpg

Service was really good, a tray with a hot meal, twice drink services, not bad at all.

Meal service:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08018.jpg

My first visit to AGP was an seaside approach and I´ve read about the more difficult landside one.

Very low above the hills:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08021.jpg

Joining the valley:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08022.jpg

Finals:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08023.jpg

Yeah, it was really stunning, we´re going steep down low above some hills in a valley and landed heavy and fast with hard brakes on AGP´s runway 13.
A nice experience.

Just landed:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08024.jpg

A finger gate for deboarding also there in AGP, but with much better weather than in DUS.

AZ at the gate beneath:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08025.jpg

My bag arrived quickly and soon thereafter I was on the search for the Renfe station. Not that easy with all the construction activity around, but finally found it,
only EUR 1,20 to the new Maria Zambrano station.
My accomodation was the newly opened Barcelo Malaga, located directly beneath the train station with a entrance from the station.

Barcelo, the entrance:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08028.jpg

My room:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08026.jpg

And again:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08027.jpg

Superb designed, calm, a recommendable place to stay.
The weather was, lucky me, sunny and warm, here are some pix from Malaga downtown.

The cathedral:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08029.jpg

And again:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08031.jpg

A building nearby:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08032.jpg

The rear side:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08033.jpg

Palms and bells:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08034.jpg

Reaching the Picasso museum:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08035.jpg

The building:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08036.jpg

The entrance:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b305/FLIEGER67/AGP08/AGP08037.jpg



I´ve had a really nice day there in Malaga, departure homebound will going on early the next morning.
Which way?. That will be a new story.

Comments welcome,
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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sat Nov 01, 2008 7:15 pm

Hey Markus,
Very nice report and great photos. The approach sure was amazing. Your hotel looks nice and so does the city itself. Not bad service for LH. Have they recently upgraded their meal service?? When I flew both directions DUB-FRA-DUB in J class it was all cold snacks and I was not impressed. Maybe they have changed?

Anyway thanks for the report and I love the flag you are flying  Wink

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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sat Nov 01, 2008 7:24 pm

Hi Markus,

Nice route to AGP, cool to manage a 146-200 & a 737-300 to help you get you there, sure makes a change from the 320/738 usuals!

Malaga downdown looks a good place to visit, amazing I've never been before!

Look forward to the journey home.

Regards

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Sat Nov 01, 2008 7:26 pm



Quoting Oa260 (Reply 1):
I love the flag you are flying

- I think Markus has a Greek adventure on finals  Smile
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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sat Nov 01, 2008 7:59 pm

@Phil:

Quoting Oa260 (Reply 1):
Very nice report and great photos

Thank you!.

Quoting Oa260 (Reply 1):
Your hotel looks nice and so does the city itself.

True, recommendable for a short stay.

Quoting Oa260 (Reply 1):
Not bad service for LH. Have they recently upgraded their meal service?? When I flew both directions DUB-FRA-DUB in J class it was all cold snacks and I was not impressed. Maybe they have changed?

It seems so, I was also impressed.

@Mark:

Quoting BA319-131 (Reply 2):
Nice route to AGP, cool to manage a 146-200 & a 737-300 to help you get you there, sure makes a change from the 320/738 usuals!

You know, always may intention, stay away from the usual stuff!

Quoting BA319-131 (Reply 2):
Look forward to the journey home.

Will be online the next days.


@Mark and Phil:

Quoting BA319-131 (Reply 3):
Quoting Oa260 (Reply 1):
I love the flag you are flying

- I think Markus has a Greek adventure on finals

Yeah, heading to Greece for the last trip this year!.

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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sun Nov 02, 2008 9:21 am

Hi Markus!
Nice read on the Sunday morning  Smile Those pics on the AGP approach look indeed quite stunning. Seems a bit like a GVA approach (not the usual one from over the lake of course).
And hey, a hot mail on LH? Since when is that? They seems to become like OS, servicewise... since OS also serve hotmeals on inner European flights.
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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sun Nov 02, 2008 12:42 pm

Hi, Eric,

thanx for your reply.

Quoting Airbuseric (Reply 5):
Those pics on the AGP approach look indeed quite stunning. Seems a bit like a GVA approach (not the usual one from over the lake of course).

It seems I need to go for GVA, a white place on my map till now!.

Quoting Airbuseric (Reply 5):
And hey, a hot mail on LH? Since when is that? They seems to become like OS, servicewise... since OS also serve hotmeals on inner European flights.

Indeed, I was also surprised, never expected that hot meal service on LH.

Greetings retour,
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Sun Nov 02, 2008 12:50 pm

Hi Markus,

Wow what an approach into AGP! This puts it on my "to do" list now! Very impressive. And some lovely shots of the city too. Bet it was nice to enjoy some autumn sunshine.

And 2 good flights, so it seems like a successful trip. Look forward to part 2!

Happy flying
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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sun Nov 02, 2008 12:58 pm

Hola Markus!

I was looking forward to reading your TR to AGP.

As usual, very infornative and nice to read.

I have just got off from an AVRO back from BSL... my bumpiest ride so far, not bad for the weather we have today in BCN. A TR will come in the following days.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Yeah, it was really stunning, we´re going steep down low above some hills in a valley and landed heavy and fast with hard brakes on AGP´s runway 13.
A nice experience.

I had this approach with UX flying in from MAD... it is really astonihing how they manage it... really nice.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
I´ve had a really nice day there in Malaga, departure homebound will going on early the next morning.
Which way?. That will be a new story.

Thanks for the pictures from Málaga... it is indeed a nice city, worth a visit.

Looking forward to your return trip....

Salut!

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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sun Nov 02, 2008 1:29 pm

@Hannah:

Thanx for your nice reply.

Quoting Infodesk (Reply 7):
Wow what an approach into AGP! This puts it on my "to do" list now! Very impressive.

Yeah, that was indeed an interesting ride down to AGP.

Quoting Infodesk (Reply 7):
And some lovely shots of the city too. Bet it was nice to enjoy some autumn sunshine.

Malaga has not the best reputation, but they upgraded some parts of the city lately.
And the weather was really nice.


@Roger:

Thanx for your nice reply and also for your more nicely SMS welcome to AGP.

Quoting Rogerbcn (Reply 8):
I have just got off from an AVRO back from BSL... my bumpiest ride so far, not bad for the weather we have today in BCN. A TR will come in the following days.

Hey, sounds interesting, hope to read it soon.

Quoting Rogerbcn (Reply 8):
I had this approach with UX flying in from MAD... it is really astonihing how they manage it... really nice.

Good to read your confirmation.

Quoting Rogerbcn (Reply 8):
Thanks for the pictures from Málaga... it is indeed a nice city, worth a visit.

And also the Museum, recommendable.

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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sun Nov 02, 2008 2:39 pm

Hi Markus,

nice story to read with great pictures!

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
I´ve droped my bag at the special gate, where the agent cant believe my unusual routing, on LH via DUS to AGP, that sounds not the usual for him!.

Hehe, always funny for us flight enthusiasts.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Service was really good, a tray with a hot meal, twice drink services, not bad at all.

The meal looks delicious. The only lack IMO is the plastic cutlery.

I think LH serves hot meals only on long european flights. I've read a TR about a LH FRA-HEL flight with a hot meal in Y.

Looking forward to the return TR.

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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sun Nov 02, 2008 2:45 pm

Hi, Stefan,

nice to read your reply.

Quoting StefanPAD (Reply 10):
Hehe, always funny for us flight enthusiasts.

Yeah,
 Smile

Quoting StefanPAD (Reply 10):
The meal looks delicious. The only lack IMO is the plastic cutlery.

I think LH serves hot meals only on long european flights. I've read a TR about a LH FRA-HEL flight with a hot meal in Y.

That seems possible.

Quoting StefanPAD (Reply 10):
Looking forward to the return TR.

I´am working.

Hope to read also something around your travels last month soon.

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Sun Nov 02, 2008 3:59 pm

Hi Markus,

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 11):
Hope to read also something around your travels last month soon.

I'm working on it as well.

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Sun Nov 02, 2008 4:19 pm

Hi, Stefan,

Quoting StefanPAD (Reply 12):
I'm working on it as well.

Good to read, one more reason to check A.net frequently!.

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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sun Nov 02, 2008 7:27 pm

Hi Markus,

very nice report and some great pictures of your flights and of the City of Malaga as well. The landside approach into AGP looks really impressive.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
Confortable 2/2 seating in row 17

Definately the best seats on an Avro / BAe with the regular 3-3 configuration.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
I´am once again surprised how good looking and clean these LH classics are.

The LH classic fleet is very well maintained, from inside and from outside. Like that, no "normal" passenger will ever realize that these birds are nearly 20 years old.

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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Sun Nov 02, 2008 7:42 pm

Hello, Christoph

Quoting Contact Air (Reply 14):
very nice report and some great pictures of your flights and of the City of Malaga as well.

Thank you.

Quoting Contact Air (Reply 14):
The landside approach into AGP looks really impressive.

Yeah, was a nice experience.

Quoting Contact Air (Reply 14):
Definately the best seats on an Avro / BAe with the regular 3-3 configuration.

True words, always my target!.

Quoting Contact Air (Reply 14):
The LH classic fleet is very well maintained, from inside and from outside. Like that, no "normal" passenger will ever realize that these birds are nearly 20 years old.

More true words, ask a standard passenger, they can´t believe it.

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Sun Nov 02, 2008 11:46 pm

Hi Markus,

Another great report from your hand.
Again you find a very creative way of flying around Europe.
I fully agree on the point you make about LH maintaining their oldies.
As Christoph mentioned, those -300's are about 20 years old, with D-ABXL being the oldest delivered in 1986!!! ( and still looks brandnew Big grin )
ALso your city pics are again great, it looks like the streets are all wuite narrow as you make them all in an upward direction  Wink
Hope to read soon about your return trip!
Will it be a EI 330 via DUB???  Smile

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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Mon Nov 03, 2008 5:07 pm

Hey, Joost,

Quoting DALCE (Reply 16):
Another great report from your hand.
Again you find a very creative way of flying around Europe.

Thank you.

Quoting DALCE (Reply 16):
I fully agree on the point you make about LH maintaining their oldies.
As Christoph mentioned, those -300's are about 20 years old, with D-ABXL being the oldest delivered in 1986!!! ( and still looks brandnew )

I´ve done D-ABXL during the summer months, unbelievable that this bird is 22 years old.

Quoting DALCE (Reply 16):
ALso your city pics are again great, it looks like the streets are all wuite narrow as you make them all in an upward direction

Thats true

Quoting DALCE (Reply 16):
Hope to read soon about your return trip!
Will it be a EI 330 via DUB???

Well that sounds interesting, but it looks more like a 4-holer to FRA!.

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Tue Nov 04, 2008 7:05 am



Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 17):
I´ve done D-ABXL during the summer months, unbelievable that this bird is 22 years old.

It's one of LH birds that is covered twice in my log Big grin But there are more LH birds who are familiar to me  Smile

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 17):
Well that sounds interesting, but it looks more like a 4-holer to FRA!.

Doesn't sound too bad either Big grin
Looking forward to it!
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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Tue Nov 04, 2008 5:36 pm

Hello, Joost,

Quoting DALCE (Reply 18):
Quoting FLIEGER67 (Reply 17):
Well that sounds interesting, but it looks more like a 4-holer to FRA!.

Doesn't sound too bad either
Looking forward to it!

Yeah, it will be online the next days.

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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Mon Nov 10, 2008 7:31 am

Servus Markus,

nice report with some great pics. The meal doesn't look bad.

Quoting FLIEGER67 (Thread starter):
I´ve changed my seat quickly do the second last row, be aware, no window on that classic machines in the last row.

Interesting to know. Is that an LH specialty on the 733?


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RE: Stunning Landside Approach Into (STR-DUS-) AGP

Mon Nov 10, 2008 7:36 pm

Servus retour PH,

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 20):
nice report with some great pics.

Thank you.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 20):
Interesting to know. Is that an LH specialty on the 733?

I´am not sure if its only on the D-ABE... series.
I was lately on D-ABXL and dont remember that no window thing.

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