Hello and welcome to my report of an Air France flight from Vienna to Paris (CDG). This is the first segment in a series of 4 flights from Vienna to Biarritz and back.
16.7.2017 / VIE-CDG / Air France / A320-200 / Economy ~ You are here
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I arrived at Vienna Airport at about 8 o'clock by car and immediately walked to the check-in counter. As there were only two Economy counters and online check-in was not possible for this flight, there was a long line and I had to wait about 45 minutes. After check-in I proceeded to security.
After clearing security in about 5 minutes, I walked to the gate for the flight, C40. My aircraft was just arriving.
I still had some time, so I walked around the terminal.
My flight on the FIDS.
On my walk, I spotted some aircraft. Unfortunately, most windows have an obstructed view, which makes it almost impossible to take good pictures. I still tried… Luxair Dash 8 Q400
Qatar Airways 787-800
Air Serbia ATR 72-202
China Airlines A350-900 (Mikado Pheasant Livery)
EVA Air 777-300ER (in background)
Air Berlin A320-200
Adria Airways CRJ-701
Montenegro Airlines Fokker 100
Air Malta A320-200 (Retro Livery)
And some Austrian aircraft
Aircraft: A320-200 Age: about 7 years Registration: F-HEPD Airline: Air France Flight Number: AF1139 Seat: 7B Load: 100%
At 9:35, boarding began and priorities were respected.
At the door before entering.
Entering Aircraft. Refreshing Towels were available.
Legroom enough for me (1.65m/5.4feet) but not very generous.
At 10:06, boarding was completed and the captain welcomed us on board. Afterwards, a manual safety demonstration started and we were pushed back.
Taxiing to the runway.
At 10:29, we took off with a delay of 24 minutes.
Shortly afterwards, the seat belt signs were turned off and the curtain to business class was closed.
Seat pocket content.
At 10:45, meal service started. First, drinks were offered. I took a cup of water. Then, snacks (salty (french cookie) or salty (sticks with salt) ) were distributed.
Afterwards, I visited the rear lavatory. It was clean, but rather small.
View during the flight.
At 11:46 we started our descent to Paris.
Landing at 12:03, 7 minutes early.
We arrived at Terminal 2F.
Charles de Gaulle Airport
Walking towards luggage claim. The luggage arrived at belt 26. Interestingly, my luggage, even though Priority-Tagged, arrived later than a lot of other bags not equipped with this tag. However, this was no problem, as I had many hours between my connection, anyway.
As my connecting flight departed from Orly, I had to take the bus (le bus direct) line 3.
This series is continued in my other reports. Thank you for reading!
Vienna - VIE
Paris - CDG
Vienna Airport: Check in took long and spotting is almost impossible, otherwise good. Air France: Cabin: Clean and comfortable, but legroom could be better. Cabin Crew: Friendly, but most crew members couldn't speek English too well. Entertainment: No TV, but interesting magazine. Catering: Not a lot but enough for this flight Paris CDG: Easy to find and short walkways.
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