SKY on Twitter - 3 flights now with bomb threats.
https://twitter.com/SKYAirline_CL/statu ... 5280944128
Hi dcajet. Don't take for granted all the things available in Tweeter. Not a single news channel, news paper, radio network with any single report about this, so 99,9 per cent of chance this is fake news. There is no chance of having more than one bomb threat to aircraft in Chile and not being in t...Jump to post
Ten bomb threats to LATAM Chile and Sky flights over the course of 24 hours - including a LA LIM-SCL, a LA MDZ-SCL and a SKY SCL-ROS flights. Someone with a lot of time in his/her hands or are there any special situations going on such as contract negotiations, etc? https://twitter.com/jlarroulet/st...Jump to post
And your'e right about the aesthetics. I was spotting at LHR since I was little (since LAP days!) and always loved seeing the 320Bs and Cs of flip knows how many airlines. Except the BOAC, Air India & QF 400 series which you could always hear coming before they got to the Queens Building by the...Jump to post
Does anyone know if American and TWA (and Pan Am for that matter) upgraded the cabins late in the 707’s career similar to the “widebody” cabins Boeing offered on the 727 in the 70’s that took styling cues from the 747? . Pan Am did not update their 707s with the wide body look cabins. American did....Jump to post
Very sad news from Venezuela: a man was found dead on the runway at Maiquetia, having fallen from a LASER Airlines MD80 that was taking off to Merida.
http://www.ntn24america.com/america-lat ... etia-95581
So, BNE or PER, mining industry shared with Chile.. No way it will be PER. Geography do not allow PER-South America to be feasible as it overflies all of Australia east coast. On the long run they should look at doing: daily SCL-MEL LA 789 2 daily SCL-SYD (789 from LA and QF complementing services,...Jump to post
Hey guys, The Brazilian speculation is new to me but it's definitely an untapped market. The extra Melbourne flights are no surprise as I believe that the Melbourne-South America market is booming. One little note slightly associated with this topic : Aerolineas Argentinas is supposedly looking at ...Jump to post
Hi DCAJet , slightly off topic, but do you have any info about the fleet status at LA re the RR engine issues? Did some of the inactive Dreamliners returned to service recentely? And what happened to the second 777 that was coming to cover the 789? Is it flying for LA already? Thanks in advance. Rg...Jump to post
Short answer: not with any meaningful pax/cargo load.Jump to post
So according to your theory then, a scientist could not lecture on the moon as he/she doesn't live there. And we are not trying to lecture each other, we are exchanging different opinions. And I will remind you that your country is my country too. Living elsewhere does not mean I have given up on my...Jump to post
Actually, I go to Argentina quite often for work reasons so I know can do without your apocalyptic vision. Lets regroup back next year after the elections and we can check data once again. if the reach december sure. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: Sorry. Could not help it. Don't confuse your own wishes wi...Jump to post
Actually, I go to Argentina quite often for work reasons so I know can do without your apocalyptic vision. Lets regroup back next year after the elections and we can check data once again.Jump to post
I agree and Dissagree. They are reluctant yes, but the union model dietrich try to impose is unviable. One union for all employees is unviable. Pilots and Ground engineers are very specific jobs to be represented by someone who is not from that line of work. Different jobs, different economic situa...Jump to post
One of Aeromexico´s landings. This one is a ERJ-145 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sh6Bc6j1zU4&feature=share Perhaps I am missing something, but how is this relevant to the discussion? It is important to the discussion because AM assigns their regional jets to crews that are young and without ...Jump to post
flybynight wrote:Oslo to Buenos Aires...that would be a first! I assume there will be a tie-in back to Europe somewhere. I'd guess Madrid.
Which would be the next long haul destinations? I am sure EZE-MAD would be a blast. MAD-EZE is now up five daily and prices are rarely cheap. Huge market with high average fare. Come November it will go up to 6x daily when IB adds 3rd daily flight on selected days. I would put my chips on EZE-BCN o...Jump to post
Didn't they plan to operate from EPA? or have they given up for the time being seeing how much work that station needs? I believe it was mentioned, but they never committed to it. Considering the place is a work in progress, they are smart to stay away from it until the enhancements are in place. J...Jump to post
AR385 wrote:One of Aeromexico´s landings. This one is a ERJ-145
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sh6Bc6j ... ture=share
It's been mentioned to me by a colleague at work that the Buneos Aires route might be on its way out of Gatwick sooner rather than later. Despite the high passenger loads on each flight, Norwegian aren't covering their costs on this particular route due to the low ticket prices on offer etc. The fl...Jump to post
Although no date has been officially confirmed yet, sources from the airline's Vicente Lopez (a suburb of Buenos Aires) HQ confirm the plan is to start operations by late October from both COR and AEP/EZE to SLA, MDZ, BRC, IGR & USH, initially with 2 738s with 3 more added in November/December. ...Jump to post
Yeah, but that one was back in June - this one happened today. Not sure why AVH is only publishing that one today. Maybe the JIAAC only made it public now? Ah... gotcha. Just kind of assumed it would have been today/yesterday given how they usually publish Incidents It is certainly quite the coinci...Jump to post
InnsbruckFlyer wrote:I flew into SCL back in 2013 and there were 3 AA 767s parked on te taxiway with the doors open.
I don't think UA ever flew between DEN and PTY. UA DEN-PTY 7x weekly with 73G was in service from December 2014 till September 2015. It did operate later as seasonal service from December 2015 to February 2016; twice a week. Finally, CM PTY-DEN 4x weekly with 738 started in December 2017 and UA DEN...Jump to post
axiom wrote:What's the latest with UA and CM? In the past CM has avoided UA hubs. Is that relationship preempting an entry into Houston? DEN was quite a remarkable add at the time -- didn't CM pick it up after UA dropped it?
Twelve hours into the new marketplace, AR/AU report 770% more tickets sold than under the previous, regulated environment. LATAM has also joined the price offers with miles as well: certain domestic sectors can be had for 900 (nine hundred) miles.Jump to post
Flybondi is offering O/W tickets for $199/US$7.Jump to post
At 00:01 this morning (August 1st) Argentina completely liberalized its domestic air market. At 00:30 ART (GMT-3) all airline sites (AR/AU, LA, F0, A0 and OY) are either collapsed or experiencing high volume delays. Deals can be had for as little as AR$400/US$14 for basic, no luggage-included fares.Jump to post
With the MAX, I could see SEA, which is shorter than EZE to PUJ, which is flown on the MAX. This would likely require an AS codeshare for feed. I know the OP says USA, but also possible is YVR (which is 15 nmi longer than EZE to PUJ)...the idea being for YVR being to capture Asia traffic trying to ...Jump to post
Now would also be the time to determine when/how O6 and Avianca Brasil will finally merger with AV Holdings and inform about its longer term plan for A0 in Argentina. They ALSO need to finalize the UA joint-venture negotiations and announce how they intend to work together. At least in Argentina th...Jump to post
EddieDude wrote:Nice upgauge. Seems to me 333 seats is a bit dense for a two class 789. Is J 2-2-2?
Buenos Aires will become the first destination on UX's network that will see the 787-9 in service, beginning March 1st. UX041 MAD2355 – 0845+1EZE 787 D UX042 EZE1330 – 0520+1MAD 787 D Configuration of the 787-9 will be J30Y303. Service operated in codeshare with AR and is being upgauged from the cur...Jump to post
All flights would have been possible with the 332 fleet. Indeed. But they are gone and the reason those 332s are gone is that LATAM had these almost brand new 767s available, so why keep two similar fleets operational? Made no sense and with the bonus that the passenger experience on the LATAM 767s...Jump to post
Just J/Y.h All these new JJ flights are made possible by the exodus of surplus 767s from LATAM's Chilean franchise that are finding their way to the Brazilian franchise. LATAM Chile is now an all 787 and A320 family operator on its pax services. All flights would have been possible with the 332 fle...Jump to post
The Italians would be crazy not to receive this offer with arms wide open. The Lufthansa Group has to be one of the few airline groups out there that has the track record of turning around basket cases (ahem, ahem LX). AZ in its present state is a failed business and LH could be the ticket to a brig...Jump to post
Will NAC operate these 10 ATR's themselves or offer them for lease to other airlines? What's the logic or advantage of selling practically new ATR72-600's for the same type but fresh from the manufacturer? Is the saving purely a reduced fleet of the ATR? I thought that leasing a brand new aircraft ...Jump to post
After more than a year's absence, CU-T-1251 is back in regular, scheduled service.
And on time to boot!
Here are the a/c details for the first four 738s for Flybondi: Boeing 737-800 msn 28071 LV-HFR; Boeing 737-86J/WL (1998), ex.SunExpress Boeing 737-800 msn 33029 LV-HFQ; Boeing 737-8BK/WL (2006), ex.Sunwing Airlines Boeing 737-800 msn 33821 LV-HKS; Boeing 737-8AS/WL (2005), ex.Nok Air Boeing 737-800 ...Jump to post