Before to start my new job, I was able to have some holidays with my friends in Estonia. To meet them I have to fly to Tallinn, and I saw also a nice opportunity to fly on a plane leased by SAS to Air Nostrum. Let’s discover how was this flight.
The first leg of my travel was a bit boring, it was onboard an Airbus A321 from SAS. Then I was having a connecting flight in Copenhagen airport. The time between the two planes was a bit short, less than 10 minutes. Hopefully the gate for my flight to Tallinn was close to my arrival gate (from Paris).
As I said before, I didn’t wait too long before the boarding started. When it was called, we had to walk down the stairs to go to the plane. Today’s plane is operated by Air Nostrum for SAS. Let’s see how is looking this plane’s interior. When I board the plane I was welcome by a stewardess, an other one was at the back of the plane.
The seat was fine, with a pitch which was okay for a such short flight. Once everyone was onboard, we were ready to go, push back, safety demonstration and let’s taxi to go to the take off runway. Take off was fine, and we reach quickly our cruise altitude.
Today’s flight was very quiet. Many people were business men going back home for the week end. The service was the usual tea and coffee with the other items for purchase. During the flight I took time to draw our plane. Then it was time to land. Due of the bad quality of the porthole, I was unable to take pictures.
Welcome in Tallinn. This is my first time in this city. Next to our plane was parked another CRJ from Nordica, an airline I will fly soon. A last picture of out plane, and let’s go to the hostel.
It was a usual SAS flight, the special thing was that it was operated by Air Nostrum. The service was exactly the save than SAS. The crew was professional, and the rest was fine.