DL has always played 2nd in CLT since the beginning of time, first to EA, then PI/US/AA
As previously stated, maybe LAX & SEA could be a possibility, with maybe a 2nd SLC late afternoon departure. As long as AA continues as is, it doesn't make sense to do otherwise except possibly BOS.
AUS is the new OC (Orange County)....just run when the next recession hits, although AUS is the State Capital & home of the Longhorns whereas OC has Fantasyland.Jump to post
IIRC US used a 762 which continually had to make fuel stops in PHX or LAX to make it over the Pacific (due to headwinds). With better equipment it may work as the draw is pretty much the same as connex via ATL. Sure DFW can absorb much of the traffic but does that make it one or two stop service whe...Jump to post
Unbalanced hub structure it isn't. Amusing the reference of hubs in states next to Mexico when DL has 4 of its hubs (SEA, MSP, DTW & NYC) in states next to Canada.Jump to post
DL/NE has already served ORH years ago. Used to be flights from LGA-ORH-MHT years ago on D9-30's.Jump to post
CLT was my home airport until I left for a job at DL in 1971. I got my pilots license there in 1970, kept up my flying out of there for awhile until I moved to SFO. When the demise of EA began, I probably was one of the first to start a letter writing campaign to the home office and was told, it's t...Jump to post
CLT is probably closer to that stat than ATL.Jump to post
?! CLT is one of the most discussed airports on a.net. Sometimes it's the haters with "Is AA going to dehub CLT?", other times it's the fanboys with "CLT should have hourly A380 service to every market in Asia!". Neither are true of course, but that doesn't stop the internets fr...Jump to post
DL flew both DC-10's and L10's to LGA, no jetways, in the 1970's. The D10's were leased from UA until the L10's were available.Jump to post
As a 41 year resident of the San Francisco Bay Area I was interested in your post about SFO. However, your statement that SFO is “one of the best airports in the United States” is laughable. It is simply one of the worst—just above Newark. You are right that it has lots of airlines and lots of dest...Jump to post
FWIW, AA I think still holds the single fatality record, ORD, Flight 191, 1979, 271pax +2 on the ground.Jump to post
CRJ900 wrote:Delta's B717s probably have a lot lower cycles on them, Hawaiian could buy some of the newest from that fleet as DL is introducing the CS100.
Looks to be more press sensationalism than fact in some cases. Looking at sat, Jun 9 from Oak to both Hnl & Ogg, there seem to be plenty of unassigned seats on the 330 to Hnl & 767 to Ogg. LIH pax can be routed via either connx. Good press for keeping the $$ jacked up. So what if they have t...Jump to post
Probably AA9475 @ 1100am as AA carries the teamJump to post
If one considers what DL, NWA & WA had premerger(s) to Hawaii, DL has receded in the market while giving some of the market to HA/AS/VX and soon to be WN. The SF Bay Area has virtually been eliminated from the Hawaii market by Delta except for the 10day 739 SFO-HNL-SFO evening roundtrip during t...Jump to post
Combined they pale in comparison to BMW's most profitable facility (Spartanburg) and all of their tier suppliers in the region. That's only a part of it...Freightliner (Mercedes) have two plants near CLT and Siemens (Westinghouse) has a nuclear turbine plant in CLT, both German Corporations. As far...Jump to post
See the YouTube Video below of the takeoff from NRT, N501DN (A359).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Txvzr3 ... ubs_digest
Adding inbound arrival into NRT
, Prior management in the 90's had totally ignored those areas....too busy reeling from the acquisition of those PA routes that have since evaporated except for JNB & LOS. Huh? A whole chunk of PA routes are still around including the Shuttle, and many of the JFK-Europe flights. In fact, PA was...Jump to post
As a DL Retiree, I think that DL's west coast strategy is still lacking when it comes to connecting the top business markets, notably Chicago & DFW to the top markets in the West...(SEA & LAX aren't the only ones). DEN to Silicon Valley? Must not be lucrative.. Before, DL had to buy the comp...Jump to post
We still have trouble closing them and they are not safe for us from an ergonomics point of view. The 319/320 used to be our favorite plane, but after the mods it goes pretty junior now. But when you don't have a contract you have no say in your career or any input on design of galleys etc. All abo...Jump to post
UA has many narrowbody flights to Mexico in the international terminal. These often turn to domestic destinations after arrival from Mexico. There are also often widebody domestic turn flights. Not uncommon at all to arrive/depart from the international terminal on UA when flying domestically. As m...Jump to post
After trying nonrev HNL-SEA-SFO just to try something different, We'll stick to transfer @ LAX or fly HA. SEA is crowded & dingy and makes both LAX & SFO look elegant. I still can't believe that after all the years that DL/WA/NW flew SFO-HNL, that DL has completely dropped the service except...Jump to post
Or HA stays with the "like" equipment of the carrier that services their aircraft.Jump to post
They should absolutely be allowed. As long as they comply with all U.S. rules and regulations I really don't care who owns them. Of course competition means legacy carriers cannot get away with treating their customers like crap. Competition is good for consumers and will hopefully weed out the poo...Jump to post
Ok, ATL is one of the largest O&D airports in the country. It does not even belong in the same sentence as SLC and CLT despite your constant attempts to slight it. Every hub is over served (EVERY SINGLE ONE), but get real man.[/quote] ATL has no nearby cities with sufficient air service for comp...Jump to post
0144520 They used to! I don't recall exactly why they stopped service, but I assume the AA LHR service has it covered for now. BA served CLT in the early to mid 90's when Colin Marshall ran the airline.....I believe that his Son lived in CLT at the time, which didn't hurt. With US flying Euro Route...Jump to post
Thanks for finding all these aerial photos V/F! So cool to see how SFO has grown and where it started from. In the second and third photos down, at the top of the frame, there is a train bridge going across the Bay. I'm assuming that became the ROW for the San Mateo Bridge. Does anyone know when th...Jump to post
Why should pilots get a say in how the airline inks JV's? The management is doing it for the benefit of the airline. And airmailing the pilot's jobs overseas. The pilots gave up every concession the airline asked for when it was bankrupt. Outside of 'profit sharing', they haven't received anything ...Jump to post
71Zulu wrote:What's the seating capacity on the DL charter 752s?
@ CV880 - I lived in Forest Hills in 1973 and I had one Approach to LGA right over my house. The d10's I saw usually had AA markings. I know trhat DL flew DC10s for some time but the copy of the timetable you posted here Shows not proof that DL operated these from LGA. The legend underneath does no...Jump to post
@ CV880: at 1973 there was nothing like a Delta DC10. Sorry for nitpicking Maybe You should research what You say first. I worked there, I think that I know what Delta used to fly into there. Delta flew DC-10's before the L10's and LGA had about 4 departures per day in the early to mid 70's. http:/...Jump to post
[quote="KTPAFlyer"]Hello A.net, This one is for the pilots out there, is landing at (USS) LaGuardia challenging, and if so, which approach is the trickiest? Three runways surrounded by water, short landing area, and busy airspace, what's it like? JFK and SFO are comparable, but the margin ...Jump to post
b747400erf wrote:225 management jobs, more bloated overpaid executives, and people complain about ground workers, pilots, and FA's being greedy and making too much! Unbelievable!
babastud wrote:All great adds for SFO. Would love to see CLT added to the list. It's much needed link to the SE area. Wiki had posted SFO-TAO some time back, but then retracted? Is this happening? One thing for sure SFO is doing great! can't get more gates soon enough
HA HNL-SJC FEB 1.0>0.7 MAR 1.0>0.7 APR 1.0>0.7
HA OGG-SJC FEB 1.0>0.7 MAR 1.0>0.7 APR 1.0>0.7
Slowdown in the tech economy?
Anyway, DL dropped the ball with the 739 and responded by putting the mid cabin lav back on the A321. I've never been on their 739 and never hope to go in it.