DylanHarvey wrote:What aircraft will be used on SFO-YYZ? I’m guessing a 738 or 739ER?
jagraham wrote:JNB is only about 100 ft higher than DIA. So UA should be quite familiar with that type of terrain for 789s.
B737900ER wrote:Acey wrote:
I have no idea but I'd bet a dollar there'd be potentially heavily revenue-impacting restrictions westbound...
IAH-SYD went from a block of 50 seats down to 0. The -9 is proving very capable.
Still air, mach .84
LAXdude1023 wrote:Could the -9 do JNB-IAH though?
Well now watch it come out in Star Alliance colors or something just to annoy us and keep an AC A319 from ever being painted in the raccoon scheme :rotfl: Anecdotally, a couple Star Alliance scheme planes have left and not been replaced. I'm beginning to wonder if AC does not intend to do any more ...Jump to post
I know there are some MAX customers that have yet to take delivery of their new jets , Alaska for instance..... Might AS decide to cancel their MAX orders , especially since they now have A321NEOS on property. I would also guess Lion Air might be reconsidering their Max order book as well. It's sad...Jump to post
Actually Winter may pose a bigger problem if there is a need to de-ice. One reason the A380 can't fly to Boston in the Winter is because BOS doesn't have de-icing equipment for an A380. I'd be surprised if DEN has it. How is de-icing a A380 so much different than de-icing a 747-8i? Tail is 5 meters...Jump to post
Let's be very clear. It is illegal and would be a federal breach of antitrust law for Delta and WestJet to coordinate in any way shape or form towards WS launching YYC-ATL. Is it also illegal for them to talk about launching a joint venture which they're trying to do? Or antitrust comes bowling ove...Jump to post
YYC-ATL surprised me a little as I doubted there was enough passengers between the USA Southeast and Alberta to warrant this. Does anyone know what the PDEW between YYC and ATL is? There probably isn't enough O&D to support this, but that doesn't necessarily matter given that the success of thi...Jump to post
ATL: http://westjet.mediaroom.com/2018-10-30-WestJet-to-offer-non-stop-Atlanta-service-from-Calgary BCN: http://westjet.mediaroom.com/2018-10-30-Buenos-dias-Barcelona FLL: http://westjet.mediaroom.com/2018-10-30-WestJet-warms-up-winter-for-St-Johns?fbclid=IwAR2_92S4jWD-10jqkooiMCCxok1BYjZtAbc1OUPR5...Jump to post
ATL: http://westjet.mediaroom.com/2018-10-30-WestJet-to-offer-non-stop-Atlanta-service-from-Calgary BCN: http://westjet.mediaroom.com/2018-10-30-Buenos-dias-Barcelona FLL: http://westjet.mediaroom.com/2018-10-30-WestJet-warms-up-winter-for-St-Johns?fbclid=IwAR2_92S4jWD-10jqkooiMCCxok1BYjZtAbc1OUPR5Y...Jump to post
TTailedTiger wrote:Which do think is more likely. Boeing is incompetent and built a bad aircraft or Lion Air is a dumpster fire of an operation and this the result.
Have a friend in YYC at the moment and they said there are still several fire trucks around the 787. Hopefully as a precautionary measure It just landed a short time ago. No surprise the trucks are still there. Please don't sensationalize it. The fire trucks are probably there to handle the medical...Jump to post
Just a side note... Westjet's recent 787 announcement hasn't impacted the LGW, CDG and GLA out of Halifax... for summer season 2019 atleast. Also of note is that the summer schedule is never finalized this early. We'll let WS recover from their website crashing every 5 minutes today then see what c...Jump to post
Seeing as these routes are summer seasonal, what are the plans for them after October next year I wonder? YYC-LGW is not seasonal, and I don't see anything yet confirming the others are not seasonal. Wouldn't be surprised if one operates YYZ-LGW next winter. This seems to indicate all 3 are seasona...Jump to post
Jayce wrote:Seeing as these routes are summer seasonal, what are the plans for them after October next year I wonder?
The logo didn't change when the new livery came out this year, it's still that same revised logo from the original with the green/blue maple leaf.Jump to post
I dont get why a 7:50 hr flight on a MAX (or any other narrowbody) should be any different to a widebody. You are stuck in a tube, entertain yourself. 737s are slow and bumpy by design and size. A 777 travels at about .85 mach routinely. I also find them a bit claustraphobic. Any flight over 2-3 ho...Jump to post
This is a good time to post this again. These are United's 10 current longest regional jet routes. http://www.gcmap.com/mapui?P=SFO-MSN/STL/MSP/XNA/AUS,c:%23cd0505,IAH-YYC/BDL,ORD-FAT,DEN-ACA,EWR-AUS&PM=*&PC=%23006699&PW=2&MS=wls2 Are you including Jazz as part of United for some re...Jump to post
nname wrote:Maybe the same as Jetlines?
https://jetlines.ca/strategy/planned-ro ... ac335-6c5a
What does the new terminal have to do with demand? For years and years during construction, YYC perpetuated the notion that the new terminal will attract (and maintain) international airlines and elevate YYC to the world stage. People that don't know any better believed it, so for the foreseeable f...Jump to post
Given the logistical nightmare of not being able to park at a code E gate, a question to also be asked is if said weight penalty for the folding mechanism is a bigger detriment than the reduced efficiency of a mere 65 meter span; the answer is obviously no else they wouldn't have done it... at which...Jump to post
Let's see your rejected photos, then we'll talk. If not, go troll somewhere else. Consider me among the many wondering how on earth that is an acceptable level of quality. And also the non-notable iPhone shot in poor light through a dirty window at the top of the site right now? Why has this site d...Jump to post
5013847,5002299 Is there any kind of explanation as to how photos of this quality were accepted? On one hand, the bar for night shots now being at the cell phone quality level is motivation to shoot more, but on the other hand I know full well that if I were to submit work of this quality it would ...Jump to post
If the government certifies it as a Code E aircraft, why would "your" airport treat it as a Code F aircraft? ...because when the wings are unfolded (and if they were stuck as such) the wingspan exceeds 65 meters, making it code F for the duration of that turnaround. That makes sense, but ...Jump to post
A 777X with the wing fold mechanism u/s effectively becomes a code F aircraft, and pretending a code F aircraft is a code E aircraft would absolutely be a no-go at my airport (YYC). We have 2 code F gates, so it'd have to park on one of those, no questions asked. Using ICAO aerodrome design guideli...Jump to post
Some Code E gates may not have the necessary "buffer" between them to allow a 777X with extended wingtips and another 65m span frame (777W, A350) next to it without risking a possible wing-to-wing collision during pushback or arrival. In such situations, the 777W could be parked next to a...Jump to post
At this point people would claim everything that has a straight line near the tail a Qantas ripoff lmao You miss the SPIRIT OF CANADA or you're just gonna pretend that's not what we're talking about? Their "thing" has always been "Proudly Canadian" until "Spirit of Canada&q...Jump to post
Well, actually, most western (European) democracies are indeed mostly free of airport night ops... and the few in operation are nowhere near the scale of major airports like DXB or HKG. Yes, forgive me for my trying to include my entire continent (whose population nearly matches yours) as part of t...Jump to post
Unless we're considering the Donald Trump reign to be the end of the republic as we know it, one might say it's hyperbolic to claim western democracies are free of urban airport ops in the middle of the night. Well, actually, most western (European) democracies are indeed mostly free of airport nig...Jump to post
Unless we're considering the Donald Trump reign to be the end of the republic as we know it, one might say it's hyperbolic to claim western democracies are free of urban airport ops in the middle of the night.Jump to post
Nobody flies in Europe in the middle of the night except cargo and cheap sun flights. There’s a reason for this. Further, this logic could be extended to a congested airport that doesn't even have severe night curfews, like an ATL type of field. Should ATL have just increased night flying instead o...Jump to post
For people on the flight paths who are used to life mostly without noise at night, I doubt they'd roll over and accept "airplanes are a bit quieter than they used to be" as justification for ramped up night ops.Jump to post
PatrickZ80 wrote:I wouldn't recommend transfering in the USA since no US airport is configured for international transfers.
It's not like there will be no service. It's still being flown by AC and WS. Nah, AC doesn't fly it, QK does... and there's still UA service. WS service is mostly irrelevant. I'll take a CR9 over any 3x3 aircraft. But hey, we all have our preferences. QK already reduced one frequency and now this o...Jump to post
That IAH-YYC cut by UA is a huge deal, god forbid it's not a misfile. For YYC's #1 transborder market to be dealt that kind of blow is somewhat catastrophic... It's not like there will be no service. It's still being flown by AC and WS. Nah, AC doesn't fly it, QK does... and there's still UA servic...Jump to post
That IAH-YYC cut by UA is a huge deal, god forbid it's not a misfile. For YYC's #1 transborder market to be dealt that kind of blow is somewhat catastrophic...Jump to post
500 GB seems like an almost unreachable figure unless the data includes photographs or video. That's literally a million pages of plain text.Jump to post