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Frankfurt (FRA) – Kraków (KRK)
27 July 2014
I love the Lufthansa flights from Germany to Poland given they tend to always be so empty that I get a whole row to myself. This particular flight had six people and four rows in Business class, the fourth row was completely empty and the third had only two people – me and some lady. I would’ve taken seat 2A, but some couple had it reserved before I booked the flights.
As always, we were driven from the terminal to the A319 by a bus.
Since I almost always take row 2, row 3 felt ‘far’ away from the front of the plane for some reason… But, I was once again able to get my awesome intra-European Business Class row!
(Almost) empty Business Class cabin:
We took off on time from the usual Runway 18.
The ‘lunch’ or ‘snack’ was distributed and this one was just a salad with some vegetables and shrimps.
I had some champagne in the lounge and I figured it would be best not to waste half of a bottle again 🙂
After about fifty minutes of flight time, we began descending into Kraków.
We landed ahead of schedule on a beautiful day in Poland.
At baggage claim we waited and waited and waited… and waited… and literally only twenty bags came out and that was it. More than half of the people’s baggage did not arrive, I don’t know how it is possible to NOT load so much luggage but it did arrive the next day before 10:00 at my house so I’m not complaining. 🙂
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