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High-Rider auf dem High-Loader – Die Verlader am Flieger | Mittendrin Flughafen Frankfurt 49

Sep 18, 2022

High-Rider auf dem High-Loader – Die Verlader am Flieger | Mittendrin Flughafen Frankfurt 49

Subtitle: Hessischer Rundfunk Subtitle: Hessischer Rundfunk Hello! We need people! Lost bags, canceled flights, long lines. Turbulent times at German airports. We need luggage people. How do employees deal with chaos? Cetin Afsin manages aircraft and at the same time has to train new colleagues. One student every week, I always have that. controls on the aircraft. En route with air traffic control. We are the regulator and we closely monitor the airport operator. Lack of staff and time pressure. Do the ground staff work on request? It is extremely important that people take their time no matter what, that the blinds are all closed afterwards and that the team is safe.
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Your workplace: the largest cargo and passenger hub in Europe. 1200 takeoffs and landings per day, 5 million passengers per month. Don't lose sight of your luggage. * Whistle * Exclusive behind-the-scenes information at Germany's largest airport. * Radio message * Thousands of people have lost or resigned their jobs during the Corona crisis, including at

Frankfurt

airport. Pilots, pilots, load masters. Now they are missing. Start the service at the ground handling service. His job: load and unload planes for eight hours. Cetin Afsin is an aircraft handler. At the age of 17 he came to Offenbach from Turkey, became a pizza maker and opened his own restaurant.
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At 37, he leaves everything behind and applies for a job at the airport. He has been in gastronomy for 19 years and the truth is he was fed up and he wanted something different, a new challenge. The airport has always interested me. I just like that. Working with colleagues, something new every day, a lot of action, you learn a lot of new things here, different types of planes, just great. Baking tray for plane tray: a dream change for the Neu-Isenburg family man. He has five children. *ambient music* It has broken through, says Cetin proudly. From baggage

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to aircraft handler in eight years and now to instructor.
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Today's student of his: David Pesic. I always have one student per week, so four shifts per month, four people. Now we have a small KCH here, we go to the KCH. KCH, KPH, that's what these monsters are called. Almost five meters wide, seven tons in weight, the size of a truck, huge forklifts. They can easily pump the weight of a tram up to ten meters. *silent music* So, David, here's a KCH for us. Let us begin. The Cargo

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is your new workplace for a week. Always there: Instructor Cetin Afsin. He has already trained 150 colleagues. That's the control panel, yes?
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We have two levers here. One is to brake, forward, backward. Now let's try to raise the main platform with this lever. So you pick it up. And then down to the right. you can go ahead. So do you realize? The engine is running. Yeah? Now we are going to take a driving test. Here we have a vacancy. First we drive in a circle here. We will try how you keep it. Then all you have to do is watch: brake, steer, accelerate, brake. David Pesic also started out as a baggage

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. The family man wants to continue his education.
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-load truck drivers charge almost 2 euros more per hour. This is the first time, yes, give it a try. If it works then it works, if not then again. Always left, always right, always watch out! It's not that we're leading to something. The car is one of the older models here and has seen a lot. That's enough to get started, says the trainer. Always brake slower, not so fast. David Pesic is from Croatia. He discovered the vacancy four years ago. He moves with his family to Offenbach. The airport operator pays for your German course. Very good. As a general rule, you shouldn't fly under the wings.
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He always be careful. If you have space, always outside. They're about to practice docking expensive planes. Air traffic at the airport is controlled by the Hessian Ministry of Economy and Transport. Oh look, there is one, shall we see? André Risto and his colleague Mathias Klee work in air traffic control. His job: ensure safety. The eviction seems to be complete here. We'll go outside and then head west. They control the ground crew, pilots and vehicles on a daily basis. We schedule a dispatch control in the position of your choice. We will look at it that way. They are air traffic control employees and employees of the state of Hesse, but not civil servants. * Radio message * In these troubled times they take a closer look at the ground crew, says Mathias Klee.
It is important that deployed employees receive appropriate training, that the qualifications that employees must have here are maintained, that they are kept up to date and that additional training has been carried out. These are all things we control. And that there is a cargo manager who leads and directs the team. That is important and we must take care of it. They constantly monitor flight operations. *cheerful music* In June and July this year, the airport reports 1,200 takeoffs and landings, 200,000 passengers per day. The flight operation is almost at the previous level of 2019, but with many fewer employees. Private jets are also arriving in

Frankfurt

more than ever, like this Boeing 737 from Malta with a bedroom, luxury bathroom and meeting room.
Nothing for Mathias Klee. He prefers to sit in the front of the plane anyway. An important requirement for his job as an inspector. I am a professional pilot myself, so I know, I have followed that training myself. And sometimes I understand drivers who are under enormous time pressure in certain situations. Also all the employees who work in the background, which the common passenger often does not notice. And therefore he can judge it very differently in many cases. Well, there's a guy in black pants who looks like a load master. We want? - Then we will. André Risto is a pilot, flight instructor and examiner.
For 20 years he was in air traffic control at the Egelsbach airfield. Now the bigger planes appealed to him. We are now at the "Viktor 162" position. We do a settlement check. This is Fraport's handling service provider. Here we are now going to do verification, compensation and staffing. Back to the east, to train on the

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charger among the expensive planes. David Pesic already has three permits for special vehicles: transporter, stepcar, tractor. The

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charger is still missing. Cetin Asfin... watch out for the pallets! ... is your instructor. It seems so easy, but it is not. You need a lot of concentration.
A small mistake can go wrong very quickly. He can damage a plane. Because he's on the plane with the device. I realized before that it is very good. It drives well. Pay attention, look left and right. Now you have to stand here so you don't damage the wings. *exciting music* Eight times... look to the right. He goes back there now. Drive left first, always look behind, okay? So that accidents do not happen. Very good David. You are doing it very well! The

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training takes seven days, one day of theory, six days of practice. Essential driving license, apron and knowledge of German.
Every day ten or twenty new people are added. We need people who really want to stay at the airport, who want to work. Whether in the air or on the ground, aviation in Germany currently has fewer than 7,200 workers, the German Economic Institute estimates. *Music* They are happy with every passenger. Full planes secure their runways. Since June, the airport has been reporting five million passengers almost every month. * ambient music * Yes people... three years of Corona at home. They are probably fed up. Everyone is trying to be freer now, vacation, vacation, vacation. When people fly on vacation, airport employees have more work to do. *beep* The numbers have increased, increasing.
If more people fly, we have to work twice as much. There are again 81 airlines that fly from

Frankfurt

. 285 destinations in 91 countries are in summer time. They need everyone, says Cetin Afsin. Training is only possible during ongoing operations. Now let's drive up to the plane with the cargo area. corner to corner You have a corner here. Drive this straight to the corner, the width of this, corner to corner and parallel. Drive straight, okay? And don't forget your distance! During the Corona crisis, 4000 employees left the airport operator Fraport. More than 1,500 have been recovered since the beginning of the year.
It is not enough, says Cetin Afsin. Things get serious for David Pesic. He has to dock for the first time. The plane comes from Rome, it must continue to Berlin. The passengers disembarked half an hour ago. Baggage containers cannot be unloaded without a

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and no

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can be used without qualified personnel. Sure! Now the instructor takes over. The training takes too long. You waste too much time. The plane must leave on time. Once you've driven the first container onto the main platform, head inside and finish off the others. Normally, baggage handlers take over the containers and bring them to the terminal. *exciting music* But now there's no one here.
Shortage of staff also for baggage drivers. It is not clear when they can start here. The passengers of the flight to Berlin have already arrived, your luggage is still in the terminal. Cetin Afsin is on the phone with his coordinator. There are no people with luggage here either. We also need luggage people. Fine, then I'll wait! But they don't have time to wait. Come here! Hello, we need people! You are looking for colleagues in other positions. You should help. The plane is about to take off and has not yet been unloaded. We only have seven minutes left.
Can you still send the machine on time? You're watching! Hey Hello! * Sirens * Controls in the west. Air traffic control wants to check the ground crew. Aircraft handlers need valid ID cards and certificates, say Mathias Klee and André Risto. You are employed at... Air traffic control, hello! Can you give me your ID again? Push please. Thank you so much! The

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is responsible for handling. What could be wrong here? At worst, he doesn't have the required qualifications. Very important: instructions for hazardous substances and fire protection. Then, in the worst case, the processing would have to stop until someone owns everything.
But all according to the rules, no faults were found. And with André Risto? He is more interested in the technical. Now I turn the plane around and check all the machines used here for obvious defects. Yes, and record all things. This will then go to the audit log. Controls are rarely welcomed by employees, especially amid the stress of processing. The men in the ministry know it. He does not want to hinder the work, but to make it safer. Did you see the staff IDs? I saw the chargemaster. Okay, head back out, do the APU one more time, and we're done. *dynamic music* Mathias Klee has been a motor and glider pilot for 14 years.
Before moving to

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, he worked for the aviation authority at the Cologne Bonn airport. *dynamic music* They do three to four controls a day. Even more so in times of staff shortages and time pressure. Extremely important. It is extremely important that people take their time despite everything and, yes, do not rush things that are scheduled for a certain time. That is very, very important. You have to take the time not to forget anything, after which all the blinds are hermetically closed. May the equipment be safe, may there never be a fire. That would be a very bad scenario here in this position.
Things seem to be going surprisingly well here today, and the handling is being quickly addressed. Unfortunately, that is not evident these days. I just wanted to ask, do you have other experiences of things not going as well as now? Have. Sometimes a loadmaster is responsible for multiple aircraft. A team works there without a load master on site. These are all cases that have already happened. In other words, they are currently only allowed to download, but not to upload, it must be said. Then we look at what phase the evacuation is in. And when charging without a charge master, that's absolutely impossible.
Why is it so important that he is there? He is responsible for the correct distribution of the load. Precisely because of the mass and balance, the plane is well balanced. There is a charging plan according to which charging is performed. You can't randomly shove the load in just because there's space. It is distributed according to a specific schedule. The load manager is also the one who knows the qualifications of his employees, documents them and distributes them to the employees in these areas accordingly. We already have cases when the planes arrive in the evening, the last landing in

Frankfurt

, the return flight is over, no one comes to unload.
The crew takes care of their own luggage. They drag their luggage out of the compartment just to call it a day and the passengers' luggage stays on the plane for another hour because no one can operate the plane. However, there are exceptions. In principle, flight operations are safe, inspectors emphasize. and all theAircraft handling companies, not just Fraport, are understaffed. Great, let's move on! Now they want to inspect a plane. How is the situation in the east? Can the flight to Berlin still leave on time? The luggage containers from Rome have not yet been collected. The Cetin Afsin air handler is running out of time.
Finally! A baggage driver with two trailers. But you need three. Dude gets a KCT. This is a device with which you can pick up containers. There are staff shortages at almost all major airports in Germany and Europe. The result: delays, long queues during the summer holidays. Amsterdam reported record numbers in June. Six hours of waiting at security controls. London limits the number of passengers to 100,000 per day. British Airways cancels 10,000 flights. The suitcases accumulate in Düsseldorf and Hamburg. A lot of luggage is also left in

Frankfurt

in June and July, according to videos on social media.
Difficult times, confirms airport spokesman Jürgen Harrer. That's because flights are late, passengers are transferred to connecting flights, and luggage doesn't arrive as quickly. We are working hard to ensure baggage is delivered to these passengers as quickly as possible. The fourth wave of corona is causing turmoil for airlines, including Lufthansa. Pilots and flight attendants call in sick. At the start of the summer vacation, the Lufthansa ground crew went on strike. The one who suffers is the passenger. Lufthansa cancels more than 6,000 flights. And what is the current situation? The Lufthansa ground staff strike is over. In

Frankfurt

, airport operators, airlines, authorities and service providers are looking for solutions to the difficult circumstances.
Flights will be spread out throughout the day, short-haul flights will be cancelled, ground staff will be hired and bags will be delivered, an airport spokesman said. We still have the situation where we're short-staffed in various locations, not enough staff are being deployed. This is also the case in baggage handling, we are urgently looking for new colleagues and are still recruiting. We may have longer wait times at the baggage carousel due to understaffing. There may be a one to two hour wait here. Flying won't be completely stress-free this year. Those in charge of the plane have arrived in Berlin.
Rome's three baggage containers can finally enter the terminal. Trainee David Pesic operates the

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in an airplane for the first time. And always the same game: roll forward, up and then push! It's all manual labor, isn't it? - Yes, we don't have a device. Sometimes if we don't have a device we have to do everything by hand, it takes longer to do it by hand. Now we have enough people pushing it. Sometimes we don't have people at all, so we just have to push. This work is usually done by container ships, the airport has more than 100.
But they cannot be used because there are no drivers here either. We need too many people. Not everyone does it because it's hard work. One man works for three, that's too much. Aircraft handlers earn between 14 and 18 euros per hour plus allowance per shift. Those who can still operate equipment will receive a

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er salary. They handle eight to 10 planes in a shift. The days of many flights have to manage two machines per hour. Oh, the luggage for Berlin is here. He can do it alone. He makes the last two containers by himself. He will do it. Will that still work with prompt start?
One more minute. Air traffic controllers head to an aircraft checkpoint to the west. But they have to wait. Use for fire department. Air traffic control also receives regular alerts. In cases where it is an aircraft, for example, a local reservation when an aircraft returns. He makes a safety landing and the fire service is positioned accordingly. The fire brigade also leaves the airport grounds. A smoke detector alarm in the building. When pilots report a technical problem with the aircraft or announce an emergency or safety landing, the so-called local holding alarm is activated. Use it for all emergency services, including air traffic control.
Documents the incident, oversees the operation, and assists the Federal Office of Aircraft Accident Investigation as needed. Two to three local calls on hold per week are normal. *fast music* These local supports, now on the mend after the pandemic, will make sure any wrongdoing happens. Yes, as the saying goes: if all the cavalry falls, we are there too. They are also at the forefront of premieres. Like the first landing of a test aircraft, the 777-9. Honored guests must also be processed according to strict rules. Lufthansa has ordered more than 20 such long-haul aircraft, but they won't arrive for at least three years.
Therefore, the A380 is reactivated. Starting in 2023, the giant will depart from Munich. Avoiding danger and ensuring safety and order are the most important tasks of air traffic control. Our security issue begins with the issue of airport boarding gates and extends to all operational areas where aircraft move, like this one in front. It is on the taxiway, on the taxiway, and here at the airport we monitor the activities of all security departments. Monitoring of the operational infrastructure. That we make sure that the airport operator operates the airport correctly according to the specifications to which it is certified.
We are, so to speak, the supervisor and keep an eye on the airport operator. Strange things often end up on his fingers. FOD, for example, "foreign object damage," translates to "foreign object damage," a hazard to aircraft. Tires, engines can be damaged. Metal FOD should not be here. Again steel FOD, lugs. A plastic cover should not be here, curly area of ​​​​the position. A wooden plank can be vacuumed, it has to go. A little traffic jam in November. André Risto is happy with the crowd at the airport. Absolute. - Of course, absolutely. Here is not a graveyard, you have to fly.
We're glad it's happening again. Look, here comes a cute striped condor. * Music: "Seven Nation Army" by the White Stripes * Hessian Airlines had to cancel just one percent of its total flights in June and July. According to the company, they have 30 daily flights from

Frankfurt

with a total of 7,000 passengers. The pilots salute. Look, here comes the Singapore, look here 380s. There's really something going on here, that's quite a sight right now. So enough fun, let's move on to the controls. This is the Lufthansa freight yard, there's a nice Triple Seven, we'll get to that in a minute.
The freighter is only nine years old and heads to Asia almost every day. Mathias Klee and André Risto make weekly surprise visits to all airlines. Now we're going to do a check here, a brief, random check. External control according to article 29 of the Air Circulation Law. Now my colleague and I are going to look at the plane for any obvious signs of damage. They are not technicians, but pilots. They know where to look. Also, they know everything about every plane. This landing gear here was the most powerful main landing gear in civil aviation until the A 380 entered service.
If you think about it, that's six wheels. Fully loaded, the aircraft has a maximum takeoff weight of approximately 350 tons. This chassis has to carry it. You can see the profile, it's still intact. Then we check if a screw has stuck, we had already discovered that. Brakes, hoses, all ok. Next check: in the largest engine in aviation, with a diameter of 3.10 meters. Everything is fine here too, no damage due to bird strikes, for example. It has no cracks as it has been subjected to extreme temperature changes, it is minus 50.55 degrees Celsius on top. And then 800+ degrees of exhaust, all coming together.
These components are exposed to extreme fluctuations in heat and cold and consequently cracks can form. Report any damage to the airline immediately. After the repairs, the employees come again. Strictly speaking, if the desired result is not achieved, one must or should bring the big club forward and sanction the exit. Luckily I have never experienced that. But you've seen it before: a car with the engine running and no driver. That is a problem. The car is on, there is nobody in it. This is not correct according to airport regulations. The colleague will ask the mechanic who is on top of the machine and ask him to turn off the car.
And why is it strictly prohibited? The scenario is: Sometimes it can happen that a passenger swerves on the platform and suddenly goes his own way, that has happened before. The Federal Police then caught him and then that getaway car is a treat for him because the car drives, gets in and leaves. The driver is verbally warned. He just wanted a cool car. The air conditioning only works when the engine is running. I would like to ask you to park the car. Next check: driving without lights, very bad. Hello, Hello, Your lighting is broken. The left lamp of the car was defective.
You have to figure that out. Sometimes it can be done non-verbally as well, I would say. fit! The plane to Berlin has to leave soon. Is the luggage on board? Three more containers, you have to hurry, hospitalize David Pesic and... Can you lift two containers at the same time? ... Instructor Cetin Afsin. Seven containers fit on an Airbus A320, three at the front and four at the rear. Enter first, then second. And check once. Does the container fit like this? Yes very good! Made. For the first time, David Pesic flew an aircraft with a

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nacelle. We've done our job, we've got our plane on time, all we have to do is move on.
Very well thank you. The plane taxied to the runway ten minutes late. In today's world, that's considered punctual. On the next plane. Many colleagues left the ground handling service during the Corona crisis. Why did Cetin Afsin stay? Sometime I don't feel like getting a new job and starting over. That's not good either. His salary is barely enough for his family of five children. They can't afford much. But work is fun, he says, and that's important in life, too. Now we go to a plane, Charlie 11 Position, which is a Boeing 767 Condor. Then we will solve them. The air traffic control office is located to the south in the private jet terminal building.
On the first floor they watch air traffic at night. These are the ledges. I suppose there will be six or seven stragglers. Mathias Klee and André Risto also monitor the ban on night flights. Starting after 23:00 is no longer allowed. But there are exceptions that the authorities can approve. It is important that there are reasons that are outside the influence of the airline in question. On the one hand, the control measures by air traffic control due to the weather due to strong storms in the vicinity of the airport. In winter, clear the track of snowfall, defrost the machines.
And the unloading of a piece of luggage by passengers who do not embark, are security measures. They are regulated and may lead to an exception after investigation. This also applies to aircraft that want to land after 23:00. Those who had to take off late abroad, for example due to bad weather, can land later in

Frankfurt

. But at midnight, civil aviation finally comes to an end. The pilot must explain the delayed landing in writing and the airline must request the delayed takeoff. It can happen that every minute phones ring and people from different airlines from all over the world call.
You have to quickly explain to them how complex the regulations in

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are that regulate the restriction of night flights. You should try all of that. We recently had a case with this pregnant woman on board. A flight from Great Britain to somewhere in the south was not planned for

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at all. She then went into labor on board and had to come down urgently. The crew then decided to make an emergency landing here. I think it was around 2 am, give or take. The woman received emergency care. The crew then wanted to take off immediately and did not know that the departure of this aircraft would only be possible after 05:00, according to the decision to approve the plan.
The crew was then off duty and absolutely had to take a break. The plane didn't get here from the farm until 4:00 p.m. m, local time. The weather radar looks great. Most of the precipitation falls towards Great Britain, central and southern Europe is dry. Delayed landings await you today too. That all planes leave

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before 23:00 also depends on punctual handling. 6,000 people work for the airport operator on the apron. Apparently very little. This machine comes from the Dominican Republic. On board 250 passengers, 200 suitcases. A case for David Pesicand coach Cetin Afsin. He must secure the machine. It's not really his job.
If we don't have enough people, someone has to do two jobs. But now he can come, the tall

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on the tall charger. The Boeing 767-300 is bigger than the Airbus A320 from this morning. The cargo hatch is much

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er up. No problem for the 35 year old man. Very good. He took the first step very well. He drove well. Get rid of the ten containers, says Cetin Afsin. Everything runs like clockwork if, that is, it wasn't for the problem of lack of staff. Cetin Afsin stops a baggage driver, ... Leave one, one is empty, you can leave it. ...which he happens to be driving by.
He wants to take away the trailers. But then a container transporter comes into play. Fortunately, this time they don't have to pull the heavy boxes onto the trailers by hand. The carrier organizes this fully automatically. You just have to get the containers out of the warehouse, which is almost routine for David. Very, very satisfied, he did everything right, I looked at him, he was calm, no stress, no rush, he succeeded. It's nice when the student is happy that he passed the exam and that he unloaded and loaded the plane without accidents or mistakes, then I am proud of myself.
For six days, David and

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must prove that they are the perfect team. Excellent! Let's go. So they can board the planes without an instructor. They certainly have a lot of work here. Now we move on to the next job. *sneezes* Cheers! - Thank you so much! Air traffic control employees spend most of their time in their emergency vehicle. Mathias Klee and André Risto are back on the inspection tour. 22 employees work in air traffic control. They work in three shifts. Their working area is 2160 acres, that is, and keep in mind this is new, 347,875 squash courts. Once you check the fence here, you've easily covered 20, 30 kilometres, that's a huge strength here, everything, the terrain.
State inspectors are never bored. There, to the left, a lamp does not work. Good evening, one lamp doesn't work, the one at the back, the one at the bottom. Return the car, it's already getting dark, for your safety. Three more hours until the ban on night flights. The start in

Frankfurt

is over from 11 p.m. By the way, there is also a ban on night flights at 17 commercial airports in Germany. You can fly 24 hours a day at eight airports. In

Frankfurt

, only rescue flights, military planes and state planes are allowed to take off and land at night.
If you want to take off after 23:00, you need a good reason, approval from the air traffic control authority, and depending on the size of the aircraft, you must pay a fee of several thousand euros. Ich sehe nor einiges, was sich an der 1-8 staut. Was it ist mit der hier oben? Is that a starter? Wahrscheinlich ein Inbound! Der muss bis 49 seine Startfreigabe komkomen, aber he dasklappt auch. Alle raus und dann ist nur noch 1-8. Wenn mehrere

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vor der 1-8 zum Abflug stehen, ist wichtig, dass die leichten als erstes rausgehen und danach die schweren

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. Wenn es umgekehrt läuft, hat man aufgrund der Wirbelschleppenkategorien das Problem, dass nach einem schweren

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für ein leichteres Flugzeug zwei Minuten Abstand ein content was muss.
Das kann schon abends wertvolle Zeit Kosten. Wir zählen dann immer die restlichen

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pro restliche Minuten vor 23 Uhr. Ein

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pro Minute geht in der Rule ganz gut. Wenn es dann mehr sind, dann wird es happig und dann jingelt das Telefon. Der he hat no Slot mehr. Vorhin wars noch, dass er bis 49 da sein solte. Not even four

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müssten is a sign. And die TUI abolir das auch noch. ... ob da noch jemand im Anflug ist. Guck bad day. Die LH 1169, die schaft es auch noch before 23 Uhr zu land. Im June und Juli dieses Jahres sind nach 23 Uhr 221 Machines startet, more as before the Pandemic 2019 zur gleichen Zeit.
Wir were jetzt letzte Woche hier abends ganz schön am rotieren, weil maar sehrviele

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nicht pünktlich ihre Position verlassen konnten. Die Lage jetzt: entspannter. Mehr Personal, weniger Flüge, die Maßnahmen wirken. Wir haben unseren letzten Start, der auf die Startbahn West geht. Dann sind sie alle, im Großen und Ganzen, in ihrem Zeitplan blieben, on time eigentlich. Jetzt ist is 23 Uhr, is sind alle vom Hof, alles gut. Es kommen ni einige zu spat. Insgesamt eight Maschinen, which do not mix and match. Und die Piloten müssen eine Deklaration ausfüllen, warum sie zu spät hier eingetrofen sind.
Mathias Klee and André Risto fahren zu den Piloten. Sie wollen den Grund für ihre verspätete Landung erfahren. Heute war das bad Wetter über Großbritannien und Amerika culpa. Copyright Untertitle: hr 2022
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