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Old May 28, 13, 5:08 pm
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Consolidated LH/OS/SN contests [merged]

LH Cargo is falling in step with LH passenger and will start naming their birds. Starting with the new 777F in October.

They launched a contest today that will award the winner who's name "idea" is selected a trip to FRA for the unveiling of the 777F in october.

Dont worry, the link doesn't hijack you to my site.....
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Old May 29, 13, 12:47 am
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Posted the link in the lounge thread yesterday...?
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Old May 29, 13, 3:45 am
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Meh. I'd rather the prize be flying with the 777F on it's first RTW cargo trip.
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Old May 29, 13, 6:48 am
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Originally Posted by berlinflyer83 View Post
Meh. I'd rather the prize be flying with the 777F on it's first RTW cargo trip.
My desire to ride along would depend on the jumpseat options that LH chose. The space for jumpseat pax looks like it is pretty small--behind cockpit is a lav, galley, and rest, then (maybe) 2m-2.5m to just behind doors 1L/R where there is a bulkhead that separates the cargo area...
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Old May 29, 13, 7:15 am
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Posted the link in the lounge thread yesterday...?
Maybe? I only did a quick scan and the screen a bit to tiny on an iPhone to mess with search. My humblest apologies....
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Old May 29, 13, 7:17 am
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Originally Posted by N1003U View Post
My desire to ride along would depend on the jumpseat options that LH chose. The space for jumpseat pax looks like it is pretty small--behind cockpit is a lav, galley, and rest, then (maybe) 2m-2.5m to just behind doors 1L/R where there is a bulkhead that separates the cargo area...
Yep, the seats behind the cockpit are not a place to spend 10 hours listening to creaking cargo pallets! Kind of a hybrid economy/biz seat And you have to prepare your own grub!!
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I submitted "Weiss Frau", according to Germany myth and fairy tales they were elve-like spirits that would protect treasures. Figure its a metaphor for LH caring for cargo when it transports. I'll know if it works out if Im in FRA in October.....actually either way I'll be there for the event.
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Originally Posted by N1003U View Post
My desire to ride along would depend on the jumpseat options that LH chose. The space for jumpseat pax looks like it is pretty small--behind cockpit is a lav, galley, and rest, then (maybe) 2m-2.5m to just behind doors 1L/R where there is a bulkhead that separates the cargo area...
The MD-11 looks nice...

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=1&theater

777F not so much, here's an air france 777F:

http://www.airliners.net/photo/Air-F...01e16b9b58462c

I'd still go, though! Looks like a blast - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sh5U-w_9NuI

I'd even help unload (hear that Lufthansa Lurkers?)


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I submitted "Weiss Frau", according to Germany myth and fairy tales they were elve-like spirits that would protect treasures. Figure its a metaphor for LH caring for cargo when it transports. I'll know if it works out if Im in FRA in October.....actually either way I'll be there for the event.
That's really clever!
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The MD-11 looks nice...

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=1&theater

777F not so much, here's an air france 777F:

http://www.airliners.net/photo/Air-F...01e16b9b58462c

I'd still go, though! Looks like a blast - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sh5U-w_9NuI

I'd even help unload (hear that Lufthansa Lurkers?)




That's really clever!
I've been on board the MD-11 and I would certainly not say no to a jump seat! asking for caviar service and the American breakfast though might be a bit embarassing.. I agree on the 777F. MD-11 hands down!
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Old May 29, 13, 10:30 am
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LH Cargo has a very nice series on their fb page about the MD11s flying all over from the pilots perspective... they usuall fly from one god forsaken place to another. Being a freight dog is no fun.
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I suggest "Nicosia".
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I suggest "Nicosia".
nice....did you enter?
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Old May 29, 13, 11:26 am
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LH Cargo has a very nice series on their fb page about the MD11s flying all over from the pilots perspective... they usuall fly from one god forsaken place to another. Being a freight dog is no fun.
I like the one you FB'd with the stars and what looks like a galaxy.
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