Flight report Tucumán - Córdoba in B 737-700 of Aerolíneas Argentinas
Origin: Tucumán (TUC)
Destination: Córdoba (COR)
Duration: 1 hour
Plane: B - 737-700
Date of flight: March 30, 2018
Takeoff time: 9:05 hs.
Landing time: 10:10 hs.
I woke up early for a quiet breakfast in a downtown bar
From there we called a taxi that was waiting for us to begin the journey.
At that time the parking sector was already complete
An external view of "Teniente Benjamin Matienzo"
KTM doing marketing
The airlines that currently operate in TUC: Flybondi, Andes, Aerolineas Argentinas and LATAM
A general view of the main hall
Another sector of the airport
At this time there was the pre-boarding of a flight from LATAM to Aeroparque by door 4
The information of arrivals of the day and those of the following day
and the takeoffs
We went to check in that at that time there were few people
The migration sector that we dodge
We had to embark by door 1 that is on the first floor as we accessed by manga
Our plane was already waiting for us
Tripcase told me that everything was in order
A model of the Historic House. In this place the Argentine Independence was declared on July 9, 1816. This place is an icon of the city and the country.
The pre-boarding area was covered
At that time came an Airbus 320 from LATAM from Aeroparque
That after I saw him parked
Already inside the telescopic sleeve
My seat was 5D but I went to the bottom of the plane to take a picture. The flight was almost full, I only saw 3 or 4 empty seats.
Being a short flight of 1 hour there is no service on board. It was quiet, with good weather. Take advantage of reading the magazine "Alta en el Cielo" that is published every month, here a note on San Miguel de Tucumán
The space between legs is fine, I measure 1,83
Within minutes of taking off I was able to make this shot of the city
Some places in the province, here highlights the mountain range "Nevados del Aconquija". It is so named because its highest peaks have ice and eternal snow. Much of the year they are like this because of their altitude (5,500 meters, the highest peak).
Some cities in the province of Tucumán, I could recognize Concepción, Monteros and Famaillá
They told me that other times they entered COR by manga, this time it was not the case
At the same time, 3 flights arrived from AEP, JUJ and TUC
We removed luggage and went to take the Arbus
A comfortable, quiet flight. It is a route with good demand and good indices of occupation, with good hours (the idea at 9 o'clock, the return at 19 o'clock) currently only operated by AR a daily flight in B - 737 that in the future can be operated by Avian Lineas Aereas and LATAM.
As for the airport today is small but the important thing is that in October of this year begin the remodeling works that will last 3 months. The project foresees an area of 15,000 m2 covered
It will be divided into hall of departures, arrivals and commercial area. Here the renders
pretty amazing. all 2000ft!
replaces the 1950s crap 333m tower
The old tokyo tower was surrounded by many skyscrapers and the transmission tv signal was quite bad. So in 2010 the signal will shift to digital and tokyo needs a new tower able to send sinal to the whole Tokyo area.
Its time for a thread on the really tall skyscrapers & towers that are either uc or planned.
Ive chosen 500m or half a kilometre as new benchmark. 300m seems to be an easy height to achieve these days with now 100s of bldgs/towers uc or planned around the globe./
In 2008, we have just 1...
lets take a quick look at contruction so far>
oct 2005- 15st/50m
march 2006 37fl/137m
sept 2006- 74fl/271m
dec 2006- 96fl/350m
jan 2007 103fl/380m
this thread is for old photos of nyc and new towers
currently uc is the 472m/95st Central park tower
will be tallest in NYC on completion
111 west 57th will be worlds tallest resi
82floors with only 58 apartments
30 Hudson yards
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