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Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Mon Jul 13, 2015 12:09 pm

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Hello A’netters. Hope you’re all doing well.

One of my favourite country (if not THE favourite) in Europe is Norway, and we make it a point to return to the country, visiting different locations of Norway, every year. This year we decided on driving through the Atlantic road and had heard many positive reviews of the drive.

It was a last minute decision, which meant that we had to take a hit on the costing of the trip. I for one, do like a bargain, unfortunately not this time. The trip total worked out to around £750 for the two of us, all included, over a weekend (Flights cost was around £270).

The best routing I was getting was Norwegian to Trondheim from Gatwick on a Friday evening (convenient timing and easy to reach after work), and the return was via SAS with a short 55 minute stop over at Stockholm.

Video Trip report over here :

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As always, thanks to gcmaps for routing image

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The previous day checked-in online, and the automatic seat selection gave us a window and a middle seat, but was confident that we would be able to amend it at the airport, as done previously. That being said, it was a very quick and easy to use online check in facility.

Norwegian – DY 1341 – LGW - TRD

Flight Reg: LN-NOM ; Built in 2001 and named "Greta Garbo", leased from GECAS, Previous TC-APF Pegasus Airlines.

Boeing 737-800

Seat 1F

Flight time: Scheduled (20:05 - 23:35); Actual (20:48 – 00:08) -> Delay due to late arriving of the aircraft from TRD

03rd July 2015

7th Time on Norwegian; 13th time on Boeing 737-800 (since 2010)



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On the day of the flight, the Ride into Gatwick was hassle free. A quick 15 minute train ride from East Croydon.

Once at the airport, Check in was swift. I got caught for taking photos of the check in desks, since I accidentally captured their staff photo. The officer was kind enough to move the staff away for a second for me to click the photo. But in the midst of thee confusion, he forgot to ask me to delete the photograph with the employee in it. It was a very polite request, to which I shall adhere to and I have since deleted the photograph with the employee in it.

Check in desks - without the Check in agent
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Norwegian Zone at LGW South Terminal
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Security was swift and we were airside with almost 2 hours to spare. Loitering around we decided to have a leisurely dinner at Nandos. In the midst received a text message from Norwegian that the flight will be delayed by 25 minutes. Great work by Norwegian to keep its passengers up-to-date. Reaffirms my loyalties with Norwegian. My most preferred LCC/airline in Europe.

Oh-uh - Flight delayed
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Busy time at LGW, on a Friday evening - FIDS
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Trondheim - here, we come..
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As expected, when I did a self-check-in at the airport, also managed to get the first row seats. From my previous experience with Norwegian it's a very common occurrence.

Once the boarding had commenced, it was a very swift process, with half of the airplane being boarded from the rear set of stairs, quickening the process.

On-board our ride to TRD (LN-NOM). Quite lucky to always get the front rows upon re-checking in at the airport
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Plane Spotting at LGW

About to board to NYC - Norwegian's month old Dreamliner
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Neighbours at LGW - A 6 year old FlyBe Dash-8, to Newquay and a few more DY in the background
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Race to the runway - side-by-side with another Norwegian
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Load was almost a 100% with a few scattered empty seats.

The Wi-Fi was a bit finicky. Wasn't working as expected. Could access Norwegian TV channels and on demand channels, but not surf the Web. Tried explaining it to the crew, but gave up after a while as they were not willing to agree with me that the internet wasn’t working

en-route to TRD
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Service was a bit cold on this flight. Rest of the flight uneventful.

Trondheim airport is neat compact and a very useful way to get into this part of Norway. Although bags did take a while to come. Out of the airport by 12:45.
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Departing view of LN-NOM. Note that this was 12:00 midnight, and yet stil there was some sunlight still available
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Walking into TRD airport
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Last flight of the day at TRD
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Plane spotting from our hotel room window at Radisson Blu, A 1991 built, Windroe De Havilland Canada Dash 8
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After a wonderful weekend, it was now time to head back to London.

SAS – SK 1486 – TRDARN

Flight Reg: LN-RRK ; Built in 2002 and named "Garud Viking"

Boeing 737-800

Seat 16B (Emergency exit row)

Flight time: Scheduled (18:00 – 19:05); Actual (18:27 – 19:27) -> Delay due to late arriving of the aircraft from Chania, Greece

SAS – SK 1527 – ARNLHR

Flight Reg: LN-RCU ; Built in 1999 and named "Sigfrid Viking"

Boeing 737-600

Seat 7F

Flight time: Scheduled (20:00 – 21:35); Actual (20:27 – 21:57) -> Delay due to storm over Denmark area, hence needed to re-route

05th July 2015

1st and 2nd time on SAS; 14th time on Boeing 737-800 and 1st time on Boeing 737-600 (since 2010)



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Compact yet efficiant Trondheim Airport, Værnes
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Previous day online check in was finicky. But worked in the end. It did not seem to like me using the full website on my phone, and hence had to do it via the mobile site on the phone.

On the day of the flight, Check in was swift. Completely automated and no human interaction at all.

Check in desks at TRD
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Security was quick, but gutted that my Swiss knife got taken away because I had forgotten to check it in. Any tips if anyone does anything differently to remember to check in items like Swiss knife at the last moment? I always make an effort to remember this, as during the trip, I have it in my back pack.

Apart from the slight hiccup, security was quick and we were airside in not time. (Well 5 minutes to be precise as there was a time counter at the security gates indicating how long to clear security)

Domestic flight departure Area at TRD
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Simple FIDS at TRD. Oh uh, our flight looks delayed...
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TRD International departure area. Strange thing is they did not check ourr passports?!?
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Once again, were told that the Flight would be delayed due to late arrival of the flight coming in from Chania, Greece. Will we make our connection? Going to be a tough call.

Plane Spotting at TRD

All aboard.... the Oslo Express - Norwegian on the way to Oslo
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A 10 year old B737-800 - Striking in Star livery, makes it look longer and leaner
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Would've been our ride back, if I had got tickets - Norwegian B737-800 to LGW
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Our ride to ARN - a 13 year old B737-800 (LN-RRK). just landed on the way back from Chania, Greece
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One of the bonuses of getting to walk to the aircraft - getting up close and personal
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On board, flight time of an hour announced, which meant that we would be landing at Stockholm at 19:30 for a 20:00 flight.

Snack round commenced as soon as we reached cruising altitude. Complementary tea and coffee. Water and other snacks and beverages were available for purchase.

Flight attended confirmed that passengers connecting to London would just about make it. Fingers crossed. 90% load on this short hop to Stockholm.

On-board SAS B737-800 (LN-RRK, Garud Viking)
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En-route to ARN
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Rest of the flight uneventful, a tad on the warmer side on board though.

As predicted, landed in Stockholm with 30 minutes to spare. During transiting at Stockholm, finally our passports were checked.

Made it on time to the boarding gates only to be informed that the flight was delayed by a bit.

Transiting at ARN - B.E.A.utiful airport
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Our ride to LHR - a nearly 16 year old B737-600, named Sigfrid Viking (LN-RCU)
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Once boarding commenced it was quick and efficient. Once on board the reason for the delay was sighted as due to heavy storms in Denmark region. Due to which the air space was crowded and hence we were asked to stay on ground. The route was now rerouted towards southern Norway and coming into London from the north, over Scotland.

Plane Spotting at ARN

A bevy of SAS at ARN
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A LOT Polish ERJ-170 and an Air Baltic B737-500 in the background
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Our neighbours at ARN - Rossiya A319 (Ei-EYL)


Finnair Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III (OH-LSB)
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A SAS B737-700 (LN-RNU,Hans Viking) and a 5 month old ET Dreamliner (ET-ASG)
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Food and drinks round soon after take-off and reaching cruising altitude.

Rest of the flight comfortable and uneventful. FA did come over for a few drinks round followed by duty free rounds. Then retired to the galley for the last 45 minutes of the flight. Toilets were spotlessly clean throughout the flight.

Immaculate for a 15 year old aircraft. On-board LN-RCU
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I really like the wooden touches in the toilet. Very Scandinavian.
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Verdict
Could not find fault with either of Norwegian or SAS on this trip. Both performed very well and for the prce paid, did what it said on the tin. Norwegian, used to have a fun element in them, which I sensed they seemed to be lacking on this sector – perhaps due to over worked staff, quick turn around, I am not sure. But hopefully they keep it up. But I am nit-picking, to be honest, as I would fly with either SAS or Norwegian without any hesitation.

A worth 9/10 for both Norwegian and SAS for this trip.

The impressive T2 Baggage concourse - We were out of the airport, from the time of landing, in 18 minutes!
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Hope you liked this read. As always comments and feedback most welcome. Until next time, happy and safe flying, Adios!

Snapshots from our trip:

En-route to the Atlantic Road
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Our ride for the trip - Ford C Max
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The Gorgeous Atlantic Road 'Atlanterhavsveien'
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Nidaros Cathedrial in Trondheim
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Picteresque Trondheim
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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Mon Jul 13, 2015 12:21 pm

Nice trip report, I'm glad you enjoy Norway.

As for passports, what you experienced was correct. Norway and Sweden (and most of Europe) are part of Schengen, so no passport control needed. UK isn't, so at ARN you would have had to go through passport control. Generally, airports would have 3 areas, domestic, schengen and non-schengen. Only real difference between Schengen and domestic would be duty free shopping.

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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Mon Jul 13, 2015 12:22 pm

newbief1yer,

Thank's for an interesting report from my home-country and some scenic pictures!

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
TRD International departure area. Strange thing is they did not check ourr passports?!?

Flying to other scandinavian airports or schengen-countries can be done without a passport.

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
Immaculate for a 15 year old aircraft. On-board LN-RCU

I flew the very same aircraft 2 years ago on BGO-ARN. Those seats are fairly new and certainly more comfortable then the old seats on the "flying pigs". I think the seats have been changed during the last couple of years, but don't take my word 100% on this   I just recently flew LN-RPB to SVG and you surely notice the difference between the old and new seats!

Thank you again for an interesting report!

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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Mon Jul 13, 2015 12:31 pm

Quoting CXfirst (Reply 1):
Nice trip report, I'm glad you enjoy Norway.
Quoting invaders (Reply 2):
Thank's for an interesting report from my home-country and some scenic pictures!

Thanks CXFirst and invaders. Yes Norway has a special place for us - we dedicate at least a weekend, if not more, per year to make it a point to visit the country.
With regards to passport control, I did realise that I was Schengen to Schengen, but my thought was, what if i was on a non EU passport (Indian, as i was prior to gaining my British Nationality) and if i had a single entry Schengen visa to Norway. I could've easily go to Sweden too?
 
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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Mon Jul 13, 2015 1:31 pm

Quoting newbief1yer (Reply 3):
but my thought was, what if i was on a non EU passport (Indian, as i was prior to gaining my British Nationality) and if i had a single entry Schengen visa to Norway. I could've easily go to Sweden too?

Land borders are completely open as well. I believe the single entry schengen visas allow you to enter the schengen, travel freely between schengen nations, and as soon as you exit any of the schengen countries, you cannot re-enter.

By the way, what areas of Norway have you visited? If you haven't yet, I'd suggest to go to the Lofoten area. Very picturesque, but like all of Norway, not very cheap.

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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Mon Jul 13, 2015 3:48 pm

Quoting CXfirst (Reply 4):
Land borders are completely open as well. I believe the single entry schengen visas allow you to enter the schengen, travel freely between schengen nations, and as soon as you exit any of the schengen countries, you cannot re-enter.

Ah Yes, makes sense. Thanks for the clarification.

Quoting CXfirst (Reply 4):
By the way, what areas of Norway have you visited? If you haven't yet, I'd suggest to go to the Lofoten area. Very picturesque, but like all of Norway, not very cheap.

So far visited Tromso (and surroundings), Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim (and surroundings). Also did the Bergen - Oslo via Train/Fjord cruise/Coach via Flam.
Hiking on the Pulpit has been my highlight of Norway.
Trolltunga next in the place to hike, followed by Lofoten and Svalbard. Hopefully next year  Norwegian B737 - LGW-TOS-BGO-LGW (by newbief1yer Sep 2 2013 in Trip Reports)
 
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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Mon Jul 13, 2015 3:48 pm

Thanks for posting. The 736 interior looked excellent! I'd love to fly the "baby" Boeing as it is the only variant of the 737 I have not flown (other than the 731, which I was born long after they were wfu). The Scandinavian countryside looks amazing as well, makes me really want to visit!
 
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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Mon Jul 13, 2015 5:15 pm

Quoting adipasquale (Reply 6):
Thanks for posting. The 736 interior looked excellent! I'd love to fly the "baby" Boeing as it is the only variant of the 737 I have not flown

Thanks adipasquale. As mentioned above "flying pigs" is a perfect description for it. I cant seem to remove that image from my head now, and i can see a perfect resemblance with the -600 
Most certainly recommend Norway. beautiful country and fantastic places to explore around.
 
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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Mon Jul 13, 2015 9:57 pm

That famous bridge is where on the Atlantic Road?

I thought it was between Molde and Alesun?

The Atlantic Road runs where exactly?

Is it easy to drive?

Thanks.
 
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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Tue Jul 14, 2015 8:12 am

Quoting lychemsa (Reply 8):
That famous bridge is where on the Atlantic Road?
I thought it was between Molde and Alesun?
The Atlantic Road runs where exactly?
Is it easy to drive?
Thanks.
http://www.visitnorway.com/uk/where-...our-suggestions/the-atlantic-road/
Yes, technically it is in between those two cities, but the exact location is as stated in the website above.
"The Atlantic Road is a 8-kilometre long stretch of road between the towns of Kristiansund and Molde, the two main population centres in the county of Møre og Romsdal in Fjord Norway. The road starts approximately 30 kilometres southwest of Kristiansund and ends 47 kilometres north of Molde"
The drive , from Trondheim is not too bad. It took us around 3.5 hours each direction with occasional stops for photo shooting op and tea/coffee break.
 
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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Fri Jul 17, 2015 7:55 pm

Hey Newbieflyer  

Great TR on Norway  

Do you have any other pictures on that famous bridge in Norway (sorry but I forgot the name). Was SK or DY cheaper? What was the service on SK?

Anyways great TR and thanks for posting  
 
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RE: Weekend In Trondheim - DY/SK - Boeing 737-800/600

Fri Jul 17, 2015 11:13 pm

Quoting Lesfalls (Reply 10):
Great TR on Norway

Thanks Lesfalls

Quoting Lesfalls (Reply 10):
Do you have any other pictures on that famous bridge in Norway (sorry but I forgot the name). Was SK or DY cheaper? What was the service on SK?

You mean the bridge that I posted in the report? I think that the best image that I have of it. I think more of the pictures you see on-line is probably shot from a helicopter or so, as the best angle is from above.
...pics...
DY was cheaper on this sector, although for the return, DY was completely sold out for that day.
Service on SK was Tea/Coffee was free. They were selling sandwich/drinks/water etc on both the sectors. To give you an example of the pricing, 2 bottles of water on DY costed my NOK 60, whereas on SAS it was NOK5 50.
There was also a duty free run on the ARN-LHR sector on SAS.

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Blimps / Airships Everything from the Goodyear blimp to the Zeppelin

Night Photos Beautiful shots taken while the sun is below the horizon

Accidents Accident, incident and crash related photos

Air to Air Photos taken by airborne photographers of airborne aircraft

Special Paint Schemes Aircraft painted in beautiful and original liveries

Airport Overviews Airport overviews from the air or ground

Tails and Winglets Tail and Winglet closeups with beautiful airline logos