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HV6607 - Entering Germany

16th July 2011. Written by Xin Li.
HV6607
Amsterdam, the Netherlands to Innsbruck, Austria

Our flight from Amsterdam flew across Germany before turning towards the valley where Innsbruck is located for landing around the Ammersee.

Near Frankfurt, Germany

We realized the plane was approaching Frankfurt after our lunch.

HV 6607 - Frankfurt International Airport

The huge structure in the background is Fulghafen Frankfurt am Main, also known as Frankfurt International Airport, the busiest airport in Germany and 3rd after London Heathrow Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle.

HV6607 - Miltenberg, Bavaria, Germany

The “left knee” of the Main River where the city of Miltenberg is located. Miltenberg is in Lower Franconia, Bavaria in Germany.

HV6607 - Germany

Agricultural lands and patches of forests dotted the landscape underneath us as the plane continues to fly through Bavaria, Germany.

E43 Neunheim, Germany

This prominent road that cuts through the landscape is the E43. This section is located around an area near Ellwangen, a town located in the east of Baden-Wurttenberg, Germany.

HV 6607 - Nördlingen, Bavaria, Germany
HV 6607 - Nördlingen, Bavaria, Germany

A almost circular town, located in the Donau-Ries district, still in Bavaria, Germany. The town of Nordlingen, is located in the middle of Nordlinger Ries, a complex meteorite crater. It is also one of the only three towns in Germany that still has a completely intact city wall.

HV 6607 - Donau, Germany

Farmlands and rivers exist side by side with railways and roads in Donau. The plane is turning southeast towards Ammersee where it will perform a u-turn towards the valley where Innsbruck is located.

HV 6607 - Gersthofen, Augsburg, Germany
Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany

We got a glimpse of Augsburg, the third largest city in Bavaria, Germany. A bit of trivia, compared to any other region or city in Germany, Augsburg has the more legal holidays.

HV 6607 - Kissing, Bavaria, Germany

We flew past a town named Kissing, Bavaria, Germany. I bet the name is a source of amusement for some English-speaking tourists to Bavaria.

Ammersee & Wörthsee

Ammersee, Wörthsee & Pilsensee

Magnificent sights of Ammersee, Wörthsee and Pilsensee, a cluster of three lakes. Ammersee is the largest among the three and sixth largest in Germany.

Oberpfaffenhofen Airport (OBF), Germany

Located just south of the lakes is Oberpfaffenhofen Airport (OBF).

Wolfratshausen, Bavaria, Germany

Wolfratshausen is a town in the district of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen, Bavaria, Germany.

Bad Tölz, Bavaria, Germany

Bad Tölz, located on the Isar River. The town is the administrative center of the Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen district in Bavaria, Germany.

Lenggries, Bavaria, Germany

Slowly the plane flew towards Lengrries, near the borders with Austria. The Tegernseer Mountains and the Brauneck flanked the east and west of the Isar River respectively.

Austrian Alps

Achenkirch, Schwaz, Tyrol, Austria

And we entered Austria at last! Achenkirch is located north of Achensee, the largest lake in Tyrol, Austria.

Tirol

The beautiful Austrian Alps in Tyrol.

Tirol, Austria

The Inn Valley where Innsbruck is located.

HV6607 - Jenbach, Tyrol, Austria

Here you could see Achensee in the background and the town of Jenbach below.

HV6607 - Jenbach, Tyrol, Austria

Mountains flanked the north of the Inn Valley.

Tirol Gnadenwald, Walderalm

The municipality of Gnadenwald is located high up the mountains.

HV 6607- Tyrol, Austria
HV6607 - Descend
Ingenieur-Etzel-Straße, Innsbruck
Erzherzog-Eugen-Straße, Innsbruck
Mariahilfstraße, Innsbruck, Austria
Towards Nordkette, Innsbruck

The Nordkette overlooking Innsbruck.

Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport

Landed safely in Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport, the airport is notorious for its surrounding terrain and strong winds often cause flights to be cancelled or re-routed to Munich Airport. Fortunately, this is not of those flights.

Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport

Budget airline or not, I had a comfortable flight with transavia.

Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport

EasyJet flies here too!

Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport

Pity its summer, no snow (unless you go to Stubai Glacier). Innsbruck is a popular skiing town. Expect lots of crowds during the winter periods.

Innsbruck, Austria

Hope you enjoy this long pictorial of the flight to Innsbruck! For now auf Wiederschauen!

1 comments:

  1. yeah flying across to Germeny for Austria was a great fun, i still miss that moments which i spend with friends.

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