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ontour

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Boxing day

Message  ontour le Ven 25 Déc - 17:22

Direction direct vers la gare TGV de l'aéroport et demain fly to Liverpool

demain match puis soirée avec la branche allemande de monchenglabach

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Pascale from Paris

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Message  Pascale from Paris le Ven 25 Déc - 17:57

Bon voyage Serge ! Enjoy your stay ! Enjoy the game !


manu

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Message  manu le Ven 25 Déc - 19:12

Veinard!!!
profites en bien...
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Virtual Jon67

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Re: Boxing day

Message  Virtual Jon67 le Ven 25 Déc - 21:36

moi et mouri c'est pareil, depart demain matin, jsuis stressé a mort... 8 jours a liverpool!!!!!!!!
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kikinou

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Message  kikinou le Ven 25 Déc - 22:20

Virtual Jon67 a écrit:moi et mouri c'est pareil, depart demain matin, jsuis stressé a mort... 8 jours a liverpool!!!!!!!!
la on parle plus en jours mais en litres lol
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Re: Boxing day

Message  ontour le Ven 25 Déc - 22:26

kikinou a écrit:
Virtual Jon67 a écrit:moi et mouri c'est pareil, depart demain matin, jsuis stressé a mort... 8 jours a liverpool!!!!!!!!
la on parle plus en jours mais en litres lol

en litres de .............























Camomille bien évidemment Very Happy
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kikinou

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Re: Boxing day

Message  kikinou le Ven 25 Déc - 22:41

ontour a écrit:
kikinou a écrit:
Virtual Jon67 a écrit:moi et mouri c'est pareil, depart demain matin, jsuis stressé a mort... 8 jours a liverpool!!!!!!!!
la on parle plus en jours mais en litres lol

en litres de .............























Camomille bien évidemment Very Happy

absolumment !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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ontour

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Re: Boxing day

Message  ontour le Mar 5 Jan - 6:42

Alors que je devrais être chez moi depuis 6:00 ce matin je suis a Montparnasse prêt a prendre mon train

Les scouseurs ne voulaient pas que je rentre
depuis mon arrivée a pool pour le boxing day 2 victoires et un nul.

Bloqué hier pendant 2:00 a l'aéroport de pool pour mesures de sécurité résultat en rade a paname pour la nuit

un grand merci a Pascale de m'avoir permis de passer la nuit au chaud c'est cela le Spirit et la solidarité de la red family.

Dans le train il ne me manque plus qu'une rupture caténaire ou un suicide pour prolonger l'aventure tant qu'à embaucher a la bourre autant que ce soit un feu d'artifice général

encore un grand merci a Pascale et RDV très bientôt dans un mois jour pour jour a pool
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Re: Boxing day

Message  matlehulk le Mar 5 Jan - 13:09

ontour a écrit:Alors que je devrais être chez moi depuis 6:00 ce matin je suis a Montparnasse prêt a prendre mon train

Les scouseurs ne voulaient pas que je rentre
depuis mon arrivée a pool pour le boxing day 2 victoires et un nul.

Bloqué hier pendant 2:00 a l'aéroport de pool pour mesures de sécurité résultat en rade a paname pour la nuit

un grand merci a Pascale de m'avoir permis de passer la nuit au chaud c'est cela le Spirit et la solidarité de la red family.

Dans le train il ne me manque plus qu'une rupture caténaire ou un suicide pour prolonger l'aventure tant qu'à embaucher a la bourre autant que ce soit un feu d'artifice général

encore un grand merci a Pascale et RDV très bientôt dans un mois jour pour jour a pool

Ben raconte, fais partager les copains...
lol!
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ontour

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Re: Boxing day

Message  ontour le Mar 5 Jan - 20:21

The Liverpool city region has been it by heavy snowfalls that led to the closure of Liverpool John Lennon Airport and evening rush hour traffic chaos in treacherous conditions.

Lorries were banned from Edge Lane - the main route into the city of Liverpool from the M62 motorway and bus services were cancelled.

Hundreds of schools closed early but the Merseyrail underground network was continuing to operate.

Merseyside Police issued warnings advising dirvers not to unneccessary journeys, and travel with extreme caution if they did take to the roads.

Inspector Mark Williamson from Merseyside Police said: "There is sheet ice on a lot of roads and we are advising people to avoid making journeys by car unless they are vital.

"Drivers should leave plenty of room between them and the car in front, drive
slower than they normally would, use their gears to slow down where possible
rather than their brakes."

Liverpool City Council denied that it had suffered a shortage of road grit.

A Liverpool City Council spokesman said: "Grit stores got very low but we got our scheduled delivery as expected.

"We are getting another delivery today, so there should be no problems."

Neil Sterio from the Highways Agency said: "We work closely with the Met Office and we have been working hard all night to make sure the network is running which it is. The main problem is jackknifed lorries overturning, but most people seem to be heeding our advice and staying at home off the roads."

More snow is forecast for later in the week, and temperatures are predicted to hit as low as -8 degrees Celsius.

24 heures de plus et je serais encore à pool bloqué par la neige :guitare:
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Re: Boxing day

Message  ontour le Mar 5 Jan - 20:43

les raisons de mon blocage à l'aéroport de pool hier

je m'imagine bien John à bord de cet avion cheers

PASSENGERS were left fearing for their lives after a plane performed a dramatic emergency landing at Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport.

One hundred and fifteen passengers and six crew members were evacuated from the Boeing 737-800 series, which screeched to a halt on the Speke runway yesterday afternoon.

The Ryanair FR4021 flight was forced to make a sudden U-turn 30 minutes after leaving Liverpool for Agadir, in Morocco, following reports of a fire on board.

The pilot announced his intention to perform an emergency landing as police, fire crews and paramedics rushed to the airport and a full emergency was declared.

Startled witnesses said the plane touched down with its brakes shrieking, landing on its wheels, before coming to a juddering halt midway along the runway.

Planespotter Paul Eustace, 45, of Speke, told the ECHO: “It came to a screeching halt, then the chutes came out and all the people slid down to the ground.

“It came in at a normal speed for landing, but it stopped very suddenly within 30 yards.

“Three coaches came up and took the people away and then the fire engines arrived.”

The airport was closed for around an hour and all flights suspended as aviation bosses were put on red alert.

Engineers carried out an assessment of the plane, checking for any signs of a blaze.

But it was later confirmed the cause of the emergency was a faulty fire activation light, which had activated mid-flight.

Today, Ryanair apologised to its passengers, adding safety was its top priority.

A spokesman said: “Flight FR4021 from Liverpool to Agadir returned to Liverpool shortly after take-off as a precaution when a fire indicator light was activated. The aircraft, in keeping with safety procedures, returned to Liverpool and landed normally, whereupon all passengers were disembarked via the safety slides and transferred to the terminal by coach.

“Ryanair engineers have confirmed there was no fire and a faulty indicator light is the suspected cause of this turnback.

“In order to minimise the delay for passengers Ryanair has arranged a spare aircraft to carry them onwards to Agadir.

“Ryanair apologises for any inconvenience, but the safety of our passengers and crew will always be the number one priority.”

Private pilot Steve Baker was just about to leave the Tarmac in his small aircraft when the plane performed its emergency landing.

He added: “After it came down, the aircraft was surrounded by flashing lights.

“It stood towards the end of the runway, by the river.”

Robin Tudor, spokesman for John Lennon Airport, said: “The plane departed at 3.37pm from Liverpool and returned at 4.03pm, when we closed the airport. An emergency was declared after a report of a fire on board the plane.

“The emergency landing was performed safely, everyone was evacuated and we got passengers away from the aircraft as quickly as possible as a precaution.”

A spokesman for Merseyside police said: “We were alerted to reports of a plane on fire at 3.50pm and our officers headed to a pre-arranged rendezvous point at Hale Road and Speke Road.”

Scores of other families flying from Liverpool had their journeys thrown into chaos by the emergency landing. Airport bosses closed the runway for an hour, meaning no planes could take off or land.

Two easyJet flights to Barcelona and Geneva were cancelled after they missed their slots.

Inbound jets from Nice and Jersey were diverted to Manchester.

Passengers waiting to fly to Europe were held in the departure lounge but never made it to their planes.

They were told to pick up their bags and go back to check-in.

Staff at easyJet have vowed to find spaces on flights in the coming days.

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Re: Boxing day

Message  Jepigepo le Mar 5 Jan - 20:47

ontour a écrit:encore un grand merci a Pascale et RDV très bientôt dans un mois jour pour jour a pool

Ah ... je croyais qu' il fallait neuf mois... je vais revoir mon cours d' anatomie...
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Re: Boxing day

Message  thommo29 le Mar 5 Jan - 22:26

ontour a écrit:les raisons de mon blocage à l'aéroport de pool hier

je m'imagine bien John à bord de cet avion

PASSENGERS were left fearing for their lives after a plane performed a dramatic emergency landing at Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport.

One hundred and fifteen passengers and six crew members were evacuated from the Boeing 737-800 series, which screeched to a halt on the Speke runway yesterday afternoon.

The Ryanair FR4021 flight was forced to make a sudden U-turn 30 minutes after leaving Liverpool for Agadir, in Morocco, following reports of a fire on board.

The pilot announced his intention to perform an emergency landing as police, fire crews and paramedics rushed to the airport and a full emergency was declared.

Startled witnesses said the plane touched down with its brakes shrieking, landing on its wheels, before coming to a juddering halt midway along the runway.

Planespotter Paul Eustace, 45, of Speke, told the ECHO: “It came to a screeching halt, then the chutes came out and all the people slid down to the ground.

“It came in at a normal speed for landing, but it stopped very suddenly within 30 yards.

“Three coaches came up and took the people away and then the fire engines arrived.”

The airport was closed for around an hour and all flights suspended as aviation bosses were put on red alert.

Engineers carried out an assessment of the plane, checking for any signs of a blaze.

But it was later confirmed the cause of the emergency was a faulty fire activation light, which had activated mid-flight.

Today, Ryanair apologised to its passengers, adding safety was its top priority.

A spokesman said: “Flight FR4021 from Liverpool to Agadir returned to Liverpool shortly after take-off as a precaution when a fire indicator light was activated. The aircraft, in keeping with safety procedures, returned to Liverpool and landed normally, whereupon all passengers were disembarked via the safety slides and transferred to the terminal by coach.

“Ryanair engineers have confirmed there was no fire and a faulty indicator light is the suspected cause of this turnback.

“In order to minimise the delay for passengers Ryanair has arranged a spare aircraft to carry them onwards to Agadir.

“Ryanair apologises for any inconvenience, but the safety of our passengers and crew will always be the number one priority.”

Private pilot Steve Baker was just about to leave the Tarmac in his small aircraft when the plane performed its emergency landing.

He added: “After it came down, the aircraft was surrounded by flashing lights.

“It stood towards the end of the runway, by the river.”

Robin Tudor, spokesman for John Lennon Airport, said: “The plane departed at 3.37pm from Liverpool and returned at 4.03pm, when we closed the airport. An emergency was declared after a report of a fire on board the plane.

“The emergency landing was performed safely, everyone was evacuated and we got passengers away from the aircraft as quickly as possible as a precaution.”

A spokesman for Merseyside police said: “We were alerted to reports of a plane on fire at 3.50pm and our officers headed to a pre-arranged rendezvous point at Hale Road and Speke Road.”

Scores of other families flying from Liverpool had their journeys thrown into chaos by the emergency landing. Airport bosses closed the runway for an hour, meaning no planes could take off or land.

Two easyJet flights to Barcelona and Geneva were cancelled after they missed their slots.

Inbound jets from Nice and Jersey were diverted to Manchester.

Passengers waiting to fly to Europe were held in the departure lounge but never made it to their planes.

They were told to pick up their bags and go back to check-in.

Staff at easyJet have vowed to find spaces on flights in the coming days.

liverpool echo


Je viens de voir quelques images à la télé et ça l'air d'être un beau bordel dans le nord-ouest de l'Angleterre et notamment du côté de Liverpool. D'ailleurs l'aéroport vient d'être refermé et les bus n'ont pas circulé de la journée.



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