Ciao Venezia, alla prossima volta!

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Getting back from our trip to Venice

On our way to the airport we came across San Marco for the last time. You can see the Doge’s Palace on this picture and the two columns at St. Mark’s Square.

Good bye Venice, see you next time! :-)

Doge\'s Palace at St. Mark\'s Square

Laguna in Venice

SkyEurope = mean

You don’t get anything for free on a SkyEurope flight. No drinks, no meal, no newspapers, no TV, n-o-t-h-i-n-g. Well, actually, you get something. Czech Stewardesses who hardly speak english.

Astonishingly other no-frills airlines like FlyNiki and AirBerlin serve free drinks, sandwiches and newspapers. Why is it, that SkyEurope is that mean but the flights are not cheaper than FlyNiki/AirBerlin? :-(

SkyEurope Plane

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6 Responses to “Ciao Venezia, alla prossima volta!”

  1. 1 Sauga

    perfect late afternoon light to photograph the Doge´s Palace. You´r really a lucky guy, the last time I was there in february we had fog.
    Nice photo of this Boeing 737-700 left wing with blended winglet. Did you know this huge winglets are produced by an austrian company? There are different stiles and models of winglets on many airplanes, but the purpose of all of this aerodynamic accessory is to reduce the fuel-consumption of the plane and produce better take-off caracteristics.
    Would be also a nice picture for, even though they have already 1.253.994 airplane-related pictures in their data-base.

  2. 2 vizzzual

    I took the image in the morning (09h53 to be exact). ;-)
    Yeah, we really were lucky. A week before our trip the weather forecast stated that there will be rain and maximum 2 degree Celsius. 4 days later it stated 12 degree and sun. In fact we had about 10 – 13 degree and not even one single cloud.
    Which company produces the winglets?

  3. 3 Sauga

    Fischer Advanced Composite Components AG (FACC) is a leading company specializing in the development, design and manufacture of composite components and systems for civil aircraft. We offer a wide range of products, from aircraft fairings to fuselages and wings, engine and engine nacelle components and complete aircraft cabins.

  4. 4 vizzzual

    Are there little signs on each part stating MADE IN AUSTRIA? ;-)

  5. 5 Sauga

    I dont know, but I´ll tell you as soon I get my private 737-700 from Boeing. :-)

  6. 6 vizzzual

    I’ll take you up on that. ;-)

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