Photo review of Lufthansa flight from Hamburg to Munich in Economy
Holiday ended and time to go back to Munich. I took a taxi and arrived at the airport at 10:55am. I immediately printed out the boarding pass on a automatic machine. My flight will be departing from gate C15.
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Terminal 2 of Hamburg airport
As I got a lot of time, I visited the observation deck.
Some construction works on the apron.
OH-LKR AY854 to Helsinki
TC-JSF TK1662 to Istanbul
D-AGWM 4U7036 to Cologne
D-AINC took me from Frankfurt few days ago and it still operated the Frankfurt-Hamburg route today, while D-AILC operated the flight to Munich.
After the plane spotting, I found that there was a long queue in front of the security check, so I needed to be hurried. As I reached the gate, there was already many people waiting. As expected, an announcement was made informing that due to late inbound of the aircraft, our flight will be delayed.
At 12:46, our plane shown up at gate. D-AIUQ, a brand new A320 with Sharklet.
Boarding commenced at 13:10pm. I chose the left window seat at the last 4th row. The new A320 of Lufthansa adopts the same seat arrangement with A320neo, so you cannot tell the different from the cabin inside. As far as I can see, the loading was closed to 100%. The first 3 rows were assigned as business class section.
Cabin during boarding. There was an announcement explaining that the delay was due to the bad weather condition in Munich. He mentioned that due to the presence of freezing fog in Munich, the aircraft had to be deiced before take off from Munich. Flight time was expected to be one hour.
Push back began at 13:35pm. A 29 years old A310 of Iran Air was ready to departed to Tehran.
We followed the Iran Air and took off at 13:43pm from RWY33.
KitKat was distributed 5 minutes after take off. Few minutes later drink was served and I had an orange juice.
I noticed that there wasn't any coat hanger on the seat of the exit rows.
Some color distortion on the window.
Seat pocket items
Feature of the months would be the newly arrived A350.
At 14:15pm, an announcement from the cockpit informing that we had commenced the descend into Munich airport. Weather in Munich would be cold and foggy.
As we approached Munich, we were able to observe the fog layer. The fog layer was formed at very low altitude, once we passed through we were very close to the ground.
At 14:38, we touch down at RWY26R. A large part of the ground was covered in snow.
Our plane parked at gate C09
Last view of the aircraft
When I read the shopping catalogue, I found that Lufthansa released an Aviationtag which was made from the original sheet metal of the scrapped 747, D-ABVC. The tag is limited to 2000pcs. Without any hesitation, I decided to buy one for my own collection. Therefore, I headed straight to Lufthansa Worldshop once I left the aircraft. I was hoping to get the blue one but they only have white version left.