jetero wrote:And another one will be mishandled tomorrow. Who cares?
Is the average person so beaten down that they can't defend themselves? This should never have happened. Reminds me of the hamster or gerbil that was recently flushed. Both women, hmmm. To be fair, had she contested more she would probably be threatened with arrest and/or be removed from the flight...Jump to post
Wow, this is awful and I'm sure traumatic for those involved. I can't even imagine what that must feel like. I hope United goes ABOVE AND BEYOND tp make up for it and that the FA is trained and punished for not seeking info or following protocol. I'm also shocked at the statement released, taking fu...Jump to post
Just gets worse and worse for Pratt. Was this one of the replaced engines?Jump to post
In Y many would say the 767 has best experience You mean in 1990? 767 with its 2-3-2 configuration is still the best for Y (assuming the cabin was updated like on Delta with IFE etc) 777 - 3-4-3 787- 3-3-3 330 - 2-4-3 350 - 3-3-3 I'm assuming you mean 2-4-2 for the A330. The A330 is about as good a...Jump to post
juliuswong wrote:Airbus needs something for 230-330 passengers category...A350 just don't cut it. Boeing is having a home run for B787 family.
How "Evita" of UA.Jump to post
Common sense and simple arithmetic. Gotcha, so just an opinion, not an analysis. Riiiiight, you need to make a detailed analysis to figure out that an airline with 88 fairly young aircraft will have some difficulty growing its operations by 450% in order to absorb all the aircraft it has on order. ...Jump to post
SC430 wrote:gatibosgru wrote:SC430 wrote:This is an airline operating 88 aircraft with 281 on order. I smell deferrals on the horizon.
And you base that on what exactly?
Common sense and simple arithmetic.
Those winglets are big! Just how tall are they?Jump to post
I don't understand why Singapore Air would need to send their ULRs to NYC in premium (biz only) configs... Like just using simple math.. it's 9,500miles away... and the plane has 11,100miles of range. Why the need to cut seats if range, weight, or fuel aren't a restriction? I don't think it is a ma...Jump to post
Wonder if the prices will actually go down, or if the lowest fare now becomes BE.
AA is offering BOS-CDG for $430 on regular economy. I doubt they drop this even lower as a BE fare.
The A339 is about as good as it gets for an A343 replacement, and with LH already operating the A333 it makes sense for the family to continue.Jump to post
I am optimistic in the long run. But for the next couple of years these airlines adding flights from Florida to Brazil are just chasing losses. Sure, there is demand to fill up an airplane with tourists to MCO that want a cheap fare. One can sell all seats and make no money. The economy started to ...Jump to post
Can't side with her on this one.Jump to post
Wow, that's a pretty graphic image.Jump to post
the visas continue to be a pain to obtain for US citizens. that inhibits a lot of impulse and vacation travel I'd be interested to see if Brazil issuing e-visas has any effect on this. Of course, it would also be interesting to see how much more convenient the e-visa process is compared to before. ...Jump to post
Yeah very smart to threaten the largest private employer in the state. Will make him very popular come November.Jump to post
LGW-GIG sounds like it would work out well. GRU would have more demand originating there, but not many people want to visit São Paulo.Jump to post
Help me here. I read the linked article. It sounds like it has less to do with the language spoken and more to do with the substance of the conversation. There were buzz words that can make people nervous. If an English speaking person says the word “bomb” - the same result would likely occur. Farc...Jump to post
Que the this is the perfect plane for HNL to: ANC ATL AUS BNA BOS BWI CLE CLT CMH CVG DEN DFW DTW IND MCI MCO MKE MIA MSP MSY ORD PHL RDU STL TPA And that’s just the lower 48. Throw in CDG, LHR s d FRA from Europe and the future BOG, CUN, EZE, GIG, GRU, LIM, MEX, PTY, and SCL and we have connected ...Jump to post
IB posted some pix on their twitter from their first A350
bzcat wrote:Been saying for a while that 787-9 makes sense for HA if A358 was what they wanted.
Ironically, if HA had ordered 787 instead of A358 way back, they would be getting their planes now (probably even earlier) instead of waiting for a few more years.
The cancellation penalty for the A338 must be massive, especially this far along the line. It's essentially a stillborn type that now has no orders at all, if this rumor is true. The terms for the A338 may actually be quite favorable to HA given that the original order was for the A350-800; the A33...Jump to post
From 2020 all A321 will have the new modified fuselage where door pair 2 is permanently removed. It is much more useful and interesting to have a jetway connected to both the front and the rear doors at the same time. Here is a picture from Albany airport. Look at the to gates to the left: https://...Jump to post
The anonymity of the internet turns people into weirdos No it doesn't.... it just shows you who they REALLY ARE, and always were to begin with; because there's no consequence for revealing it to you. Why do you think there's so much racism/sexism/homophobia/xenophobia/etc on unmoderated internet ch...Jump to post
Excited to see the first TP bird in the air! It looks great!Jump to post