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Old May 6, 07, 9:15 am
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Originally Posted by supermasterphil View Post
Just the "Saupreißn" say Fleischkäse...
Eh, we "Kuhschweizer" say it too...

Greetings from the one and only real SEN-Lounge at ZRH, will board for my cute Jumbolino soon and look forward.

BTW.: TFM, what the hell is an ESP? Espresso? Lecker...
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Old May 6, 07, 9:21 am
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Originally Posted by rorschi View Post
Eh, we "Kuhschweizer" say it too...

Greetings from the one and only real SEN-Lounge at ZRH, will board for my cute Jumbolino soon and look forward.

BTW.: TFM, what the hell is an ESP? Espresso? Lecker...
Good flight back to MUC, hope you will be on time, by the "Sauwetter" outside !!
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Old May 6, 07, 9:23 am
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Originally Posted by rorschi View Post
BTW.: TFM, what the hell is an ESP? Espresso? Lecker...
Maybe it stands for "Extra Senf Portion" ???
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Old May 6, 07, 9:26 am
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Originally Posted by szg View Post
Good flight back to MUC, hope you will be on time, by the "Sauwetter" outside !!
Thanks. Hope that it will not shake too much, have eaten 4 SDW (sandwiches) right now...

Here at ZRH, the sun is shining.
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Old May 6, 07, 10:05 am
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Originally Posted by supermasterphil View Post
Just the "Saupreißn" say Fleischkäse...
true

BTW: are "livercheesebagels" available in NYC?
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Old May 6, 07, 10:10 am
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Originally Posted by rorschi View Post
Thanks. Hope that it will not shake too much, have eaten 4 SDW (sandwiches) right now...

Here at ZRH, the sun is shining.
I don´t hope, that the Jumbolino now is overloaded with the lot of stuff, you have eaten ?
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Old May 6, 07, 10:22 am
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Originally Posted by rorschi View Post
will board for my cute Jumbolino soon
Does ist come with a crew or did they finally switch to DIY?
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Old May 6, 07, 11:09 am
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Originally Posted by DTS View Post
...are "livercheesebagels" available in NYC?
Have no recollection of ever seeing leberkaese offered on a bagel in NY and I have lived in Yorkville for many years, watching the neighborhood change from almost all Germans and Hungarians to regular NYC "Uppies."
The leberkaese was always available at the late and lamented Schaller & Weber German supermarket on Third Avenue. This great store is now closed in favor of the entire block being torn down for another high rise apartment building.
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Old May 6, 07, 12:05 pm
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Originally Posted by flysurfer View Post
Does ist come with a crew or did they finally switch to DIY?
Without crew. With a B-category driving license and a SEN-card you are entitled to fly this birds now. As I was the passenger with the highest amount of miles, I could take the left seat on the flightdeck.
But to be honest, It is not so difficult to fly the AVRO. For fun (and as I like the sound), I lowered the flaps as often as 10 times during our flight. Then the FTL on the FA-duty started complaining about...
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Old May 6, 07, 12:10 pm
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Originally Posted by rorschi View Post
Without crew. With a B-category driving license and a SEN-card you are entitled to fly this birds now. As I was the passenger with the highest amount of miles, I could take the left seat on the flightdeck.
But to be honest, It is not so difficult to fly the AVRO. For fun (and as I like the sound), I lowered the flaps as often as 10 times during our flight. Then the FTL on the FA-duty started complaining about...
Therefore I have installed the MS Flightsimulator on my notebook, because if a flight cancelled, I can make my own flight

The MS Flightsimulator is a good tool for calculating the flight route.

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Old May 6, 07, 12:30 pm
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Originally Posted by szg View Post
Therefore I have installed the MS Flightsimulator on my notebook, because if a flight cancelled, I can make my own flight
do you get miles for that ?

Folks, I'm doing now in both the real and FT-live:

I leave the lounge after having eaten a big portion of Leberkäs.

(Yes, I have used the SEN-lounge at MUC as arrival-lounge, which is not forbidden...).
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Old May 6, 07, 12:58 pm
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Originally Posted by rorschi View Post
do you get miles for that ?

Folks, I'm doing now in both the real and FT-live:

I leave the lounge after having eaten a big portion of Leberkäs.

(Yes, I have used the SEN-lounge at MUC as arrival-lounge, which is not forbidden...).
Does this really works also for Intra-European flights ? Or do you take the card swipper ?
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Old May 6, 07, 1:04 pm
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Originally Posted by rorschi View Post
do you get miles for that ?
Yes, I will earn the same miles, what you get when flying the Lufthansa Private Jet.
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Old May 6, 07, 1:07 pm
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Originally Posted by szg View Post
Does this really works also for Intra-European flights ? Or do you take the card swipper ?
Still here drinking coffee... absolutely a nice location when it's not too full.

I took the card swipper (it is in my bag now - need it for my new TV. The security-guards were first a little bit irritated, but helped me then to dismount it).

No, no more kidding. Going through that entrance is of course the easyest way.
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Old May 6, 07, 1:11 pm
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Originally Posted by rorschi View Post
Still here drinking coffee... absolutely a nice location when it's not too full.

I took the card swipper (it is in my bag now - need it for my new TV. The security-guards were first a little bit irritated, but helped me then to dismount it).

No, no more kidding. Going through that entrance is of course the easyest way.
Last time I had not that luck, what you have. The card swipper doesn´t work and I had to use the official entrance. But, no chance, to get in.
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