It was a sad flight. The Lufthansa Airbus A330 with the registration D-AIKQ took off from Frankfurt on Friday morning at 5:21 a.m. to pick up the German World Cup soccer players from Qatar.
The plane landed in Doha shortly before 1 p.m. local time. He didn’t stay there long. A few hours later, the plane took off back to Germany to bring home the footballers who failed in the preliminary round of the World Cup.
However, the A330 made a stopover in Munich on the way to Frankfurt. According to “Bild”, seven Bayern professionals and DFB manager Oliver Bierhoff got out there.
“Bild” sports director Walter Straten writes that such a stopover would increase the CO2 emissions of a flight by up to 47 percent, he refers to information from the “Royal Institutes of Technology Stockholm”.
A moral classification of the stopover follows at the same time: “This episode is grist for the mill of the critics who consider professional footballers to be spoiled snobs and turn away.”
The plane landed at around 6:15 p.m. on Friday evening for the stopover at Munich Airport. There were no comments after getting off in Munich or later in Frankfurt. Only Thomas Müller revealed a little insight into his emotional world: “I’m medium”.
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The original of this article “DFB-Flieger makes a stopover for the Munich team when they return home from the World Cup” comes from aeroTelegraph.