Crashstappen's cheer squad out to defend him. I'd say ''wow'' but I'm not surprised. Tell me, how was this VER's fault? He should've remembered that his car came with a brake pedal a lot sooner. Similarly, Vettel should have remembered that he got a steering wheel that also turns right, and not san...Jump to post
TheF15Ace wrote:notaxonrotax wrote:Wow!
Ferrari blatantly blaming VER for the massive carnage even before turn 1.
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Crashstappen's cheer squad out to defend him. I'd say ''wow'' but I'm not surprised.
737-700s have been leased during phaseout of 737-400, all have been picked from secondhand market (amexico etc) for both TK and anadolujet for 3-5 years for the period till arrival of ordered 321s and 738s I think TK keeps single 737 becuase of high penalty of early return othetwise it does not mak...Jump to post
I just flew on TK's sole 737-700. TC-JKO is kind of unique in the TK fleet! Anyone know the story behind this bird, and why TK only has one 737-700 in their fleet? I also visited the TK IST lounge for the first time during my layover. Wow, what an impressive lounge. Puts so many other lounges to sha...Jump to post
nry wrote:Just took one: UA 955 TLV-SFO qualifies as a westbound redeye. It departs TLV at 12:55a and arrives in SFO at 6a.
AFs late CDG-LAX flight is even worse: AF76 CDG-LAX departing 1855 and arriving into LAX 2135 (0635 CET). Ooof, that is brutal. I thought the JFK flights were tough, but that might take the cake for the worst possible flight that goes directly against your circadian rhythm (and really doesn't allow...Jump to post
VS and BA both have flights LHR-JFK leaving at 8:10 pm and 7:50 pm, respectively, arriving at ~11 pm EST/4 am GMT; AF has a CDG-JFK flight leaving at 7 pm, arriving at 9:15 pm EST/3:15 am CET. Those would all definitely as westbound redeyes as well, in my mind (and they're especially tough since yo...Jump to post
Apart from LHR-SIN-SYD, LHR-HND and LHR-PVG the 77Ws are usually spread across the 777 network with few weekly frequencies. IIRC it has been so most of the time the 77Ws have been in the fleet. There may be seasonal schedules with more permanent 77Ws but otherwise they seem to shuffle around. Yeah,...Jump to post
Refer to the following for changes http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/273949/british-airways-w17-london-heathrow-long-haul-changes-as-of-21jul17/?highlight=british Doesnt give a list of 77W routes. Mentions only a couple of 77W destinations, but with a fleet of 12 77Ws there must be p...Jump to post
andymartin wrote:Is the Oslo to Arlanda leg bookable on their website? I can't seem to do it!
Amazon also asked applicants to provide their traffic congestion rankings during peak commuting hours: http://inrix.com/scorecard/ So in terms of traffic AUS, DFW, ATL, MIA, WAS, BOS, CHI, HOU, and MSP rank extremely high in terms of traffic congestion Well then they can rule out LA. Didnt know we ...Jump to post
Just check all these twitter photos https://twitter.com/hashtag/sintmaarten
The road to recovery will be very long. So sad to see all the damage.
And they will still call it Club Europe with such tight pitch. What a joke. Its a long haul aircraft, so Club Europe has nothing to do with it??? No, I mean Club Europe. A320s will go from 168 to 180 and A321s from 205 to 218. If there is one thing US carriers have got right it is their short haul ...Jump to post
And they will still call it Club Europe with such tight pitch. What a joke.Jump to post
I doubt many are going FRA-SFO & onward via United to Asia or South Pacific. Most of those destinations are shorter the other direction on LH metal. I didn't mean connecting passengers, I meant "connections" in the sense that SFO has many direct flights to places around the world. Per...Jump to post
Didnt know that AC already was on YVR-MEL on a seasonal basis. Thought it was only YVR-SYD/BNE. When did they start YVR-MEL? They haven't started yet, I believe it starts this Dec. Was suppose to be a trial, but bookings must be strong so they made it year round Thanks. AC will now have a solid net...Jump to post
I would be shocked if ONT really get a route to TPE. There are still many domestic routes with greater demand and less costly to operate that ONT cant sustain/dont have. Maybe they should first aim for a nonstop to the East Coast.Jump to post
Didnt know that AC already was on YVR-MEL on a seasonal basis. Thought it was only YVR-SYD/BNE. When did they start YVR-MEL?Jump to post
According to this thread viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1372403
It is very likely that CX will soon announce CPH-HKG.
Flew VIE-LAX in June and we parked at the remote gates and then bussed to T6/7 for CBP. The whole experience was quite bad with all ramp congestion and long walk to reach CBP. Wouldnt want to have a short connection with the current set up!Jump to post
Norwegian will increase capacity on LGW-LAX from daily to 9x weekly starting S18. New flight on Thu/Sun: DY7093 LGW-LAX 0720-1040 DY7094 LAX-LGW 1240-0700+1 http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/274467/norwegian-plans-further-london-gatwick-us-service-increase-in-s18/ The return (LAX-LGW)...Jump to post
I wonder if some members that advocates US-ATH service have forgotten how far away ATH is. For instance ORD-ATH is farther than LHR-LAX, and EWR-ATH is just 500mi shorter. Why would any carrier want to tie up an airplane for +24hrs on a route that lacks meaningful J traffic?Jump to post
I must say I am surprised LH is downgauging FRA-LAX from a A380 to A346. I thought they would have downgauged the second flight in the summer from a B747 to the A346 I thought I read that FRA-LAX was reverting to 747-8 at the same time MUC-LAX goes A380... The article says the A346 is replacing the...Jump to post
ARN-LHR-ORD-CMH-DFW-LAX on BA/AA
LAX-DFW-MSY-LHR-DUS-ARN on AA/BA/AB
Well not even BA themselves have all their flights in T5 with some short and long haul routes operating out of T3. If BA doesn't have spave at T5 for all their flights then why would they want to split their ops even more in order to accommodate other OW carriers? What would the gain be for BA and s...Jump to post
MIA is expected to be a year-round service for the A380 soon. Is LAX BA's only US destination that sees daily year round A380 serivce? Ever since BA got the A380 the later LAX rotation (BA269/268) has consistently been operated daily by the A380. The earlier LAX rotation (BA283/282) sees a mix of A...Jump to post
It's the sort of thing qf could upguage a 744 service to A380 to get the pax over. That assumes QF has a spare A380 or are willing to downgauge another route. Besides that they would also need to factor in the cost of changing crew roosters in order to operate the extra A380 sector. Dont think it i...Jump to post
The swap to MUC is mostly a result of FRA welcoming Rynair and planning a low cost terminal for them. This play out from LH is quite surprising. BA faces much more fierce competition at LGW from Easyjet, Ryanair and Norwegian on both short and long haul routes. Yet they have not threatened to close...Jump to post