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VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Thu May 29, 2014 8:35 pm



Hi all and welcome to my latest edition of my rip report to the Highlands and back. I shall try and be less verbose this time and include a lot more pics, it’s always more interesting and fun that way – who reads!

So it’s the May bank holiday and we decided on visiting the highlands – Inverness and Skye, and looking at options it looked like Flying into and out of Aberdeen and then driving from there seemed the best fit in terms of pricing and timing.

Booked Virgin Little Red via website. Simple enough website and very easy to navigate. Booking process was easy and top marks for Virgin for their website design. As previously, first impressions of Virgin is always fantastic, upmarket, sophisticated. Now let's see how their service on their domestic run lives up to their claim or not.

Checked flights for the day and it looks like our ride is going to be the 11 year old EI-EZV – Tartan Lassie. Previously part of Eurofly, then Meridians, finally transferring over to Aer Lingus operating on behalf of Virgin Atlantic.

GCMap for the entire trip
Virgin Little Red VA 3025: LHR - ABZ
Flight Reg: EI-EZV; Built 2003, delivered April 2013
Airbus A320-200
Seat 2F
Departure time 20:15 (Actual 20:25)
Arrival 21:45 (Actual 21:44)
23 May 2014



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Day 1

Reached the airport with lots of time to spare. Wandered around and got some good views of the new “Queens Terminal” – T2.

Heading into terminal 1 from the Tube station
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Brand new T2
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The Dove – Rising above the Queens Terminal
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Fairly easy to use the self-check in kiosks, but there was a queue at the bag drop area. And akin to Murphy’s law, the line we stood in just did not move for a good 10 minutes. Changed lines, and we were checked-in in no time.

Check in counters at LHR T1
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T1 before a bank holiday weekend
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FIDS at T1
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Quick hop through security and before you know it – another queue for domestic departures. Not sure why this queue was for, but I reckon perhaps connecting passengers?

Duty free at T1 – pretty quiet given it’s a bank holiday weekend
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Nevertheless, we were airside with around 25 minutes to spare – great opportunities for plane spotting.

Fantastic Plane spotting opportunities from LHE Terminal 1 – Near the domestic departures
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Croatian Airlines A319-100 (9A-CTL) in the foreground.
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Our ride to ABZ – Tartan Lassie – Virgin Little Red (Operated by Aer Lingus) A320-200 - G-EZAT


Tartan Lassie
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Boarding was orderly and we were all onboard in good time. The aircraft looked slightly grubby with few crumbs on my seat. But noting too drastic.

Boarding gate at LHR T1
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Smart.!
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Out came the captains’ superb announcement saying that we would be delayed by a bit due to late arrival of the Fuel tanker and wished us a good bank holiday weekend. Fight time of around an hour announced.

Rest of the flight I shall let my pictures do the talking. On the whole it was an excellent service and can’t recommend it enough. For the price we paid (around GBP 55 per head) it was a bargain and well worth it – fantastic service, nice mood lighting interiors (although slightly dirty) and all in all a great experience.

Sea of BA Aircrafts
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No trip from LHR is ever complete without the heavies
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Our new friend – CZ Dreamliner, awaiting to take the next set of passengers to CAN and beyond.
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The Beauty – G-CIVT – Gracing the skies since 1998
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Decent leg space onboard the Little Red A320
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Fantastic interiors – on-board the Virgin Little Red A320-200 from LHR to ABZ
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Great touches on the flight to ABZ – Fantastic Little Red
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Snacks en-route
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Upon landing, the baggage did take around 10 minutes to arrive. Not sure why the delay being a small airport. From there it was a quick hop in our car rental courtesy coach, picked up our ride for the weekend and off we went to Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen, our stop over for the night

Landing into ABZ
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Lonely at ABZ – Baggage carousal
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Night time arrival into ABZ
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Our ride for the trip – Peugeot 308 – a fantastic little car.
Trip Stats: Avg Speed – 35 MPH, Total Distance – 510 Miles @ 65.6 MPG (23.22 Km/L)
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Day 2

The following day drove over to inverness, stopping en-route at Strathisla Distillery – A Chivas Brother Company. Had a fantastic tour of the distillery followed by some great tasting session.

Spent rest of the day driving towards Inverness and spending the evening at Inverness central.

Perfect way to start the day – Distellery hopping @ Strathisla
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View from outside our lovely B&B – Beach House Cottage
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View from our Room
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Bridge over River Ness - Inverness
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Inverness Castle
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Day 3

The next day was our trip to Isle of Skye, via Loch Ness. It was a bit cloudy today but upon reaching our trekking spot, it cleared a bit and we had a rain free trek for around 3 hours.

On our way back stopped over at Taliskar Distillery which was closed being a Sunday, so headed back into Inverness just in time for dinner at The Mustard Seed.

Views en-route to Isle of Skye
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Distillery hopping – Taliskar at Isle of Skye, Shame it was closed though.
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Day 4

On our final day left Aberdeen after a sumptuous breakfast and drove towards Glenlivet for another tour of the distillery followed by tasting session.

Glenlivet Distillery
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They have some great walks around the distillery known as the Smugglers Route. We picked a 6 KM circular trek and it was well worth it.

From here it was a gentle drive to the city of Aberdeen, hoping to get some dinner.

The traffic was quite bad, hence did not have time to have dinner, and instead diverted to the Airport, with a lot of time to spare to grab some food before boarding.


EasyJet EZ 874 : ABZ - LGW
Flight Reg: G-EZAT; delivered June 2006
Airbus A319-100
Seat 10D
Departure time 20:30 (Actual 20:35)
Arrival 22:05 (Actual 22:04)
26 May 2014



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And the return, Lovely weather at ABZ before leaving to LGW
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Check in was quick and off we went to grab a bite.

The restaurant before the departure gates closes at 7:00 PM, so we made it in time. The food was very appetising and it was warmly accepted by us after a long day of trekking and whisky (Its Scotland so it’s Whisky and not Whiskey) tasting.

Once airside, ABZ felt much smaller than it actually was. It looked like the bank holiday crowd were all heading back home.

Check in counters at ABZ – quick and efficient.
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ABZ Airport – Interiors - FIDS
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But, all that was negated when I heard that there was no limit on alcohol from the duty free on a domestic sector! Bliss!

No limit on alcohol on domestic routes from the Duty Free + plenty of scotch options = DANGEROUS!


Our fight was scheduled to be on time and boarding started well in advance due to the flight being full. As expected, EasyJet were asking for volunteers to check in their bags for free, which we gladly did.

Good initiative, but they could've possibly initiated this during check in itself, similar to what had been done at Dusseldorf, the last time I was onboard an easy jet flight

Boarding was slightly chaotic, although it was much to do with the available space at ABZ than the actual boarding process itself.

Busy ABZ
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Boarding gate at ABZ


Asking the lovely lady at the boarding gate at ABZ, if I could take a photograph, all she said was “I’m not looking!” Result!
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Onboard EasyJet to LGW – EZY 874, A319-100 – G-EZAT
Very good leg space, and by coincidence we got the exit row upon checking in
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Boarding Chaos at ABZ – although in the end I think it was well handled and flight almost on time, except for the naughty fuel man.
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Once onboard a flight time of 1 hour and 30 minutes was announced.

The rest of the flight was uneventful in a good way. There were a lot of rounds made by the cabin crew for various duty free offers, food and beverages, etc.

Landed at LGW on time and were out of the airport in 20 minutes, onto our waiting cab and away we went.

Interesting point that I noted: Virgin little red allow you to use all personal devices from the time of boarding right until you exit the aircraft. They only recommend that you do not use headphones during safety briefing. I like the fact that you are able to use personal devices, but not too chuffed about not enforcing paying more attention to the safety briefing.

On the other hand EasyJet, like most of the other airlines allow you to use your personal devices only when airborne, all except your laptop which has to be in the power off mode throughout the entirety of the flight.

Is there any known reasons why different airlines have different policies on using your personal devices? If it were for safety reason, shouldn’t all airlines have a unified policy? It would be interesting to see/view feedback on this points from A’netters.

Hope you enjoyed this edition of my Trip Report. No further trips planned in the near future, hoping to do one soon. Until then safe flying and hope to see more Trip reports.
Adios.!

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RE: VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Fri May 30, 2014 2:56 am

Great trip report newbief1yer. I lived in Aberdeen from 1993 to 2003 so have used ABZ on many an occasion in the past but not for some years. It doesn't look like the airport has changed much!

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
Is there any known reasons why different airlines have different policies on using your personal devices? If it were for safety reason, shouldn’t all airlines have a unified policy? It would be interesting to see/view feedback on this points from A’netters.

As to your question, as I remember, the EU/EASA changed the rules on the use of personal electronic equipment last year. They now allow the use of devices gate to gate. As to whether an airline adopts this into their own operating procedures is up to individual airlines. As Virgin Little Red is a newish airline, trying to build market share and provide consistency with Virgin Atlantic, I suspect that they are happy to allow the use of personal devices gate-to-gate. BA have also adopted the new policy and we all know that Virgin never likes to allow BA the upper hand.
Other airlines such as EZY have yet to do so and may chose not to change at all. Or they may introduce a new policy in due course.....
 
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RE: VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Fri May 30, 2014 6:45 am

Quoting philvardon (Reply 1):
Great trip report newbief1yer. I lived in Aberdeen from 1993 to 2003 so have used ABZ on many an occasion in the past but not for some years. It doesn't look like the airport has changed much

Thanks philvardon. Yes, it does look a bit outdated. That being said, there seems to be some renovation work going on at various junctions in the airport. So lets wait and see the outcome.

Quoting philvardon (Reply 1):
Other airlines such as EZY have yet to do so and may chose not to change at al

Yes, that leads on to what are the benefits for airlines to be so strict with such policies? If its deemed not a security threat, isn't it better to relax the rules hence saving time and effort from cabin crew spending extra time to see if your personal device has been switched off /flight safe mode, etc..
 
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RE: VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Fri May 30, 2014 12:59 pm

Great report! To my shame I haven't sampled Little Red yet - still gathering up BA TPs - but have my first trip planned for July. Looks like it was a bit busier than I was led to believe their loads were. I hope it works, I hate to see BA with a monopoly on the LHR route, but I'm as guilty as anyone for not using Little Red.
Yes, there is a massive change happening to the airport - looks like the whole place is going to be turned on its head, and high time. I do like having it as my local airport, but it really does need expanding badly.
 
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RE: VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Fri May 30, 2014 9:41 pm

Thanks for the report, very interesting comparison.

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
On the other hand EasyJet, like most of the other airlines allow you to use your personal devices only when airborne, all except your laptop which has to be in the power off mode throughout the entirety of the flight.

Actually I think you might have misheard the announcement. EZY now allow PEDs to be used from boarding through to landing with the exception of laptops which must be stowed during take off and landing. This is even mentioned in Carolyn's column at the front of the May magazine. This is a recent change and was introduced following the relaxation of CAA rules relating to PEDs. Now you will find that BA, VS and EZY all allow PED use gate to gate.

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
Is there any known reasons why different airlines have different policies on using your personal devices? If it were for safety reason, shouldn’t all airlines have a unified policy? It would be interesting to see/view feedback on this points from A’netters.

Often it is a case of the regulations governing the nation the airline is based. Even if BA et al wanted to allow gate to gate PED use they couldn't have until a few months ago. You should find most UK airlines allowing this over the coming months. Of course some airlines will have their own reasons for not allowing it for whatever reason.
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RE: VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Fri May 30, 2014 10:59 pm

Nice report, always good to see a report from ABZ up on here which of course is my local.

Virgin looked their usual selves which is pretty good. Loads are definitely improving on the ABZ flights - my last few flights have all had well over a hundred pax with one of them being completely full. Expert flyer etc are also good for checking up on this.

Agree with yourself and others comments about ABZ. The vestibule in your pics is the first part of the Terminal redevelopment which is shaping up to be pretty smart from what I've seen. ABZ's terminal is almost at max Annual Capacity and is really struggling at times. Just at security my average wait has gone from
 
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RE: VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Sat May 31, 2014 1:05 am

Thank you for the excellent trip report, I enjoyed reading it a lot  
Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
510 Miles @ 65.6 MPG (23.22 Km/L)

I'm sorry to make such a pedantic quibble, but in metric we express it as l/100km rather than km/l. Admittedly this is a bit of a pain as it makes it all but impossible to calculate the conversion in your head, given that you're swapping the units around. 65.6 mpg is 4.3 l/100km, so that is a really great fuel economy, especially if you were getting that in actual life driving at low speeds on mountainous roads!

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
Smart.!

  It still makes me slightly sad seeing the bmi airside check-in area - memories of a once great airline and all that

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
Perfect way to start the day – Distellery hopping

I like how you think  
Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
Taliskar at Isle of Skye

Very nice

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
Glenlivet Distillery

Oohh, now you're talking!

One day... one day. Qantas actually had a distillery hopping guide in the May edition of Australian Way (their in-flight magazine) which I meant to pinch but forgot. There is one distillery in Skye that I've never heard of but want to visit after reading the article.

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
They have some great walks around the distillery known as the Smugglers Route. We picked a 6 KM circular trek and it was well worth it

Good to know, I'll remember that.

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
I heard that there was no limit on alcohol from the duty free on a domestic sector! Bliss!

Did you have to pay tax? Or could you buy duty free at duty free prices? If the latter then that is a phenomenal deal!

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
all except your laptop which has to be in the power off mode throughout the entirety of the flight.

Interesting, I've never heard an airline say you couldn't use laptops in flight before.

Thanks again,
Alex
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RE: VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Sat May 31, 2014 11:40 pm

Quoting SpeedbirdAbz (Reply 3):
Great report! To my shame I haven't sampled Little Red ye

Thanks SpeedbirdAbz. I think its the right time to sample them. With the loads, that i've heard of, not sure how long they might continue.. but from my experience, it was really a class above the rest on that route.

Quoting SpeedbirdAbz (Reply 3):
but it really does need expanding badly

I cant agree more with you on that.

Quoting ManchesterMAN (Reply 4):
Actually I think you might have misheard the announcement

Ah, probably. I did hear distinctly something about not using laptops, but after a hard day of trekking, drinking and driving (not in that order though - I never drink and drive) i might have misunderstood.

Quoting captaindoony (Reply 5):
Nice report, always good to see a report from ABZ up on here which of course is my loca

Thanks captaindoony. Was great trip of the highlands.

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 6):
Thank you for the excellent trip report, I enjoyed reading it a lot

Pleasure RyanairGuru

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 6):
so that is a really great fuel economy, especially if you were getting that in actual life driving at low speeds on mountainous roads

Ah, i get it. I ve always been used to using Km/L, but yes eventually the aim was to convey that the car indeed was a great little thing and served us more than well..

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 6):
It still makes me slightly sad seeing the bmi airside check-in area

Never used BMI domestic, but i am sure (from what i've heard) it is a nostalgic place to be - Domestic LHR T1.

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 6):
There is one distillery in Skye that I've never heard of but want to visit after reading the article

Hmm..not heard of that one. I thought Taliskar was the only distillery in Skye.

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 6):
Did you have to pay tax

Not sure, but the prices were higher than the ones in the distillery. As an example the Glenlivet 18 Yr was ~£59 from the distillery but was £64 from the duty free. But the issue there is, it would have to be in your checked luggage.
 
Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 6):
Interesting, I've never heard an airline say you couldn't use laptops in flight before

I think i might have misheard as ManchesterMAN pointed out. But i do remember that there was laptop being mentioned distinctly.
 
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RE: VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Sun Jun 01, 2014 2:19 am

Quoting newbief1yer (Reply 7):
Hmm..not heard of that one. I thought Taliskar was the only distillery in Skye.

Hmm, it would appear that you're right, it can't have been on Skye then. I'm hazy on the details, and as I said I really wish I'd remembered to pinch the magazine!

Quoting newbief1yer (Reply 7):
great little thing and served us more than well

Definitely! And it's a good looking little car, we don't get many Peugeots down this way.
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RE: VS Little Red To ABZ And EZY Return

Sun Jun 01, 2014 10:17 am

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 8):
I'm hazy on the details

I see..Perhaps you are referring to Islay?

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 8):
Definitely! And it's a good looking little car

True that.

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 8):
we don't get many Peugeots down this wa

Is that New Zealand?
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