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  • Frankfurt am Main Airport , known in German as Flughafen Frankfurt am Main or Rhein-Main-Flughafen is a major international airport located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, southwest of the city centre.
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Der Flughafen Frankfurt, von der 1. Ballonfahrt bis heute (German Edition)
Der Flughafen Frankfurt, von der 1. Ballonfahrt bis heute (German Edition)
Der Flughafen Frankfurt/Main, von den Anfangen bis heute mit 160 Abbildungen.

Dr. John Provan III wurde 1956 in Steubenville, Ohio, geboren. Sein Vater war als Hauptfeldwebel (Chief Master Sergeant) fast 30 Jahre lang bei der U.S. Air Force in den U.S.-Basen Kaiserslautern, Sembach, Langley AFB und Rhein-Main Air Base stationiert.
Als ambitionierter Sammler beschaftigt sich Dr. Provan seit mehr als 35 Jahren mit der Leichter-als-Luft-Fliegerei. Nach dem Abschluss an der University of Maryland schrieb er seine Magisterarbeit an der Technischen Universitat Darmstadt uber deutsche Luftschiffe im Ersten Weltkrieg. Ebenfalls in Darmstadt promovierte er mit einem Thema zu den deutschen Luftschiffhallen. Seitdem hat er mehrere Publikationen zu Themen der Luftfahrt vorgelegt, zum Beispiel uber die Berliner Luftbrucke, LZ-127 und Graf Ferdinand von Zeppelin.

Der Flughafen Frankfurt/Main, von den Anfangen bis heute mit 160 Abbildungen.

Dr. John Provan III wurde 1956 in Steubenville, Ohio, geboren. Sein Vater war als Hauptfeldwebel (Chief Master Sergeant) fast 30 Jahre lang bei der U.S. Air Force in den U.S.-Basen Kaiserslautern, Sembach, Langley AFB und Rhein-Main Air Base stationiert.
Als ambitionierter Sammler beschaftigt sich Dr. Provan seit mehr als 35 Jahren mit der Leichter-als-Luft-Fliegerei. Nach dem Abschluss an der University of Maryland schrieb er seine Magisterarbeit an der Technischen Universitat Darmstadt uber deutsche Luftschiffe im Ersten Weltkrieg. Ebenfalls in Darmstadt promovierte er mit einem Thema zu den deutschen Luftschiffhallen. Seitdem hat er mehrere Publikationen zu Themen der Luftfahrt vorgelegt, zum Beispiel uber die Berliner Luftbrucke, LZ-127 und Graf Ferdinand von Zeppelin.

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Vienna - McWienerschnitzel? I made it to Vienna this afternoon just fine. I got to the airport at around 2:30pm local time, which I guess is 9 hours ahead of California, 6 hours ahread of New York. The 10-hour flight in business class from SF to Frankfurt was awesome, very comfortable and not really frustrating/boring at all. I think I must have slept for a couple hours. The seats were very comfortable and the food was good. I had 2 bloody mary's, 2 glasses of wine, and a glass or port wine... all of which might have helped me sleep ;-) I sat in the business class lounge in Frankfurt for a couple hours and enjoyed a 2nd breakfast and some snacks. Both the SFO and the Frankfurt lounges had a lot of nice free food and drinks, including wine and beer and stuff. The Frankfurt airport was a little confusing, but people were helpful when I asked questions. It was only a 1 hour flight from Frankfurt to Vienna, so I didn't have to spend much time on a smaller jet. I was surprised to find that you don't have to go through Customs when you arrive in Vienna as long as you have nothing to "declare". I think its because I was arriving from Frankfurt, but I didn't have to go through Customs there, either. I just got in a taxi (a nice Mercedes, totally deluxe...) and headed for town. So I took a cab to my hotel, the NH Belvedere, and got cleaned up from all my traveling. I wound up feeling kind of anxious about arriving in a city where I had no idea where I was and didn't speak the language. I sat in my room for a few minutes, then walked to the Ringstrausse which is about 10 minutes from the hotel. It was getting dark by the time I headed out, so I saw all of the buildings along the Ringstrausse lit up at night - its incredibly beautiful! I walked for about 2 miles about half way around the perimeter of downtown (the Ringstrausse is a wide avenue running around downtown) and must have passed 30 different historical buildings - palaces, the opera house, musuems, theaters, statues, etc. Apparently Vienna is what you get when each successive monarch wants to out-do the one before him. I stopped at a cafe called Kantine, a place I read about in the Lonely Planet guide, on my way back to my hotel. I heard that 85% of Viennese speak English, including the bartenders and waiters at this place. I had an "adult size" (as opposed to?...) beer and chicken curry with rice. I basically decided to not be vegetarian this week... its hard enough trying to read menus in German without worrying about finding the rare dish without meat. I don't think I'm going to have sausages/pork, though. I'll keep you posted :) I'm looking forward to seeing everything during daylight tomorrow and Tuesday, but this was a great start! I'm going to start my date tomorrow with coffee (coffee is huge here, apparently this is one of the first places in Europe where people drank coffee) and some pastries, one of dad's recommendations :-)
A380 at Frankfurt Airport (30/Oct/05)
A380 at Frankfurt Airport (30/Oct/05)
I was at Frankfurt Airport to catch a flight to London. While walking towards the second security check I saw loads of people standing near the window and I wondered why. A few seconds later I saw the A380. It had been all over the news in Germany and so I took out my camera and took a picture. To the left you see a Boeing 747 from Cathay Pacific and to the right a B747 from United Airlines. Basically a family meeting, if you ask me. By the time I had cleared security again, the A380 had recieved her ok to taxi to the runway and off she was...

nh hotels frankfurt airport
nh hotels frankfurt airport
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