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Travel With Flying Machine Is As Ordinary As Driving To The Airfield

Posted by on October 4, 2012

Travel With Flying Machine Is As Ordinary As Driving To The Airfield

Travel With Flying Machine Is As Ordinary As Driving To The Airfield

Travel With Flying Machine Is As Ordinary As Driving To The Airfield

As a taxi-driver I go many times to the Airports in the Netherlands, Belgium and sometimes to an airfield in Germany.
It’s just another ordinary thing to comes with my job.
Today I had to bring a group of people to the biggest Dutch airport: Schiphol.
My boss gave me the wrong time to be there, so I had to wait a half hour, because the people had to come from 5 other places.

Today was the day with the traffic chaos here.
In an earlier blog I told you about it.
There was a little rain and strong wind.
Maybe people don’t travel going with the train with this kind of weather.

We go driving to the airfield (Schiphol) at 8.30 am.
Normally a good time to go, because most of the times you drive behind the traffic jams.
But the traffic jam of today lasted longer and therefore we had a delay of 45 minutes.
We always calculate to be way too early at the airport, so there will be no stress for being on the flying machine on time.

Flying Machine Has the Wind From Behind

Today was a good day for my boss: there were already people waiting when I delivered my first group to the airfield.
They were earlier: it seems their flying machine had the wind from behind.
It was a long trip for them: travel 25 hours from Indonesia where they had vacation.

On our way back we had a little traffic jam near Rotterdam, but that’s always a problem during the day.

The people were brought home safe and I could go home for a quick lunch.

Then, back to Schiphol to pick up the next group.
On internet I could see they would come on time… but later it said they would be 15 minutes earlier.
Experiences shows that the Dutch airports and Belgium airports not always are accurately with the landing times.
They were in the past, but this year it’s awful!

Again To The Airfield: This Is Too Ordinary!

To the airport was no traffic jam this time, because it was just after lunch and the weather was much better.
We drive from our area to Schiphol in 1 hour and 20 minutes on an ordinary day.
The plane was coming from Aruba, so there are always full controls on drugs etc.
Normally we have to wait 30 – 45 minutes to pick up the people after landing of the flying machine.
These last months it’s about 45 – 60 minutes and for machines from Curacao/Aruba it’s about 15 – 30 minutes more.
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When we drove back, we only had some traffic jam, again, near Rotterdam.
A head-tail accident. There was already a motor-ambulance to take care of the people, but everybody seems fine.

The End Of The Travel For Me Today

When I brought these people home, my work-day was finished and I could go home.
Driving around almost 9 hours is pretty hard, but tomorrow I can sleep longer, because I have to start working at 12.30 am.
Not to the airport, but a town that is a little behind Amsterdam.

Now, I finally can blog.
Driving taxi does not mean you have a good income, it’s just an ordinary job.
Although you’re responsible for the safety of your passengers.
It’s better to blog, so you can earn some real money!

You want to know how?
Click on the yellow button on top, bottom or at the right side, enter your email, watch the video, fill in the application-form and start change your life!!!!

I wish you all a save travel to the airfield and a smooth flight with a flying machine.
Don’t worry: it’s just another ordinary thing to do 😉

Have a very nice day!

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