25.05.2022 20:06 14.468
Airplane makes confused laps over Dresden: What’s going on there?
An Airbus caused confusion over Dresden: The plane made strange circles over the city and attracted a lot of attention.
Dresden – On Wednesday evening, an Airbus caused confusion Dresden: The plane made strange circles over the city, attracting quite a bit of attention.
On the website “Flightradar24.com” one could observe the unusual flight route of the machine on Wednesday evening. From the airport we went in confusing curves and sometimes even complete circles through the air seemingly at random.
The Airbus A319-111 flew south to Heidenau in the Saxon Switzerland-East Ore Mountains district and north to Koenigsbrück in the Bautzen district. A sense or rather a goal of the aircraft was not recognizable at first glance.
Further confusion was also caused by the fact that the Sundair airline’s plane was scheduled to take off from Dresden at 6.45 p.m. and land again in Dresden just under half an hour later at 7.21 p.m. (the flight actually lasted from 6.56 p.m. to about 7:28 p.m.).
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In the meantime, the curious sightseeing flight has even become the world’s most observed flight on “Flightradar24” – more than 2800 people followed the mysterious route at the same time.
In the Facebook group “Dresden Airport – News and Spotting” So the users quickly wondered: What’s going on? But there was a very simple solution to this puzzle.
As was also found out on Facebook, behind the unusual excursion of the Airbus is quite simply a sightseeing flight over Dresden!
The whole thing was offered by the two aviation companies “Niki Aviation & Holidays” and “Sundair”. Participants experience a nearly 40-minute flight over the city for a price of 111 to 200 euros – on board an Airbus aircraft. In addition, there should also be detailed information from the cockpit about all processes during the flight.
So behind the strange flight route was just a special offer for those interested in airplanes and all those who want to see Dresden from above.