Vote for the best of 10 Fire Truck Water Arches; Winter Season Launches Part 1

Unless you have been living on a tropical island with just Tom Hanks for company, most of you will know that this week heralds the start of the W14/15 season ‒ see our detailed analysis here. The start of the W14/15 season sees a lot of the world’s airports pulling out all of the stops in terms of new route marketing ‒ and that also means lots of new route cakes ‒ see our Cake of the Week vote here. But it also means a lot of Fire Truck Water Arches (FTWAs). So for the second time ever (the first being for S14), we give you, the reader, the chance to select the best of the 10 FTWAs we have been sent from the world’s airports. The victory will have the accolade of winning a peer-endorsed, reader vote for the prestigious ‘Arch of Triumph’ award rather than what we do in a ‘normal week’ when anna.aero’s four elite water arch judges decide. N.B. The airport names which are underlined are the creators of the FTWAs in question. Keep voting!!

Vote for the best Fire Truck Water Arch (FTWA) (see pictures below)

Water Arch 1 – Aer Lingus Dublin to Leeds Bradford

Aer Lingus Dublin to Leeds Bradford

Water Arch 2 – Brussels Airlines Brussels to Riga

Brussels Airlines Brussels to Riga

Water Arch 3 – easyJet Geneva to Reykjavik/Keflavik

easyJet Geneva to Reykjavik/Keflavik

Water Arch 4 – Emirates Dubai to Budapest

eurolot Warsaw Chopin to Zagreb

Water Arch 5 – eurolot Warsaw Chopin to Zagreb

Emirates Dubai to Budapest

 

Water Arch 6 – Interjet Monterrey to Houston Intercontinental

Interjet-Monterrey-to-Houston-Intercontinental

Water Arch 7 – Jetstar Japan Tokyo Narita to Kumamoto

Jetstar Japan Tokyo Narita to Kumamoto

Water Arch 8 – Lufthansa Munich to Las Palmas

Lufthansa Munich to Las Palmas

Water Arch 9 – SkyWork Airlines Bern to London Southend

SkyWork Airlines Bern to London Southend

Water Arch 10 – StarFlyer Tokyo Haneda to Yamaguchi-Ube

StarFlyer Tokyo Haneda to Yamaguchi-Ube


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Comments

  1. Anthony Keane says:

    Number 8 couldn’t possibly be the best – the ‘water jets’ don’t even meet or go high enough. Got to be Budapest [number 4] terrific arch. Number 8 had to be ‘packed’ by locals voting. Scrap the voting if you allow that to stand, it makes a mockery of the competition.

  2. G Ward says:

    I agree with Anthony – but maybe No.8 is actually putting out a fire!

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