On Sunday morning, we had to get up ridiculously early to fly to Germany for a conference. This time we did not have much travel money, so me and a colleague had to buy really cheap tickets. We ended up flying with Korean airlines (though our professor still flew with his more expensive and favorite airline).
|Not a toilet|
|Stairs to the upper floor, which had 90 business class seats.|
We flew Sapporo-Seoul-Frankfurt, with only a 45 minutes stop in Seoul. We were a little worried that we would have to run to catch our flight, but even though there was an extra security check just for transferring too (and they decided to frisk me thoroughly too, for some reason) we had plenty of time. On the way back I had five and a half hours in the Seoul airport and was severely bored (but unlike Frankfurt airport they have free WiFi, so at least I had something to do). On my way home, I got even more thoroughly frisked in Frankfurt.
|This spicy chicken dish was good|
|Our plane was huge compared to the other planes in the airport.|
Between Seoul and Frankfurt we flew with an Airbus 380-800, which is a huge airplane. It was the first time I flew in such an airplane. I still like the Boeing 787 better, though.