TurboJet707 wrote:....How long would the replacement of a 787 stabilizer take normally?
I'll be thrilled if this is their platform in 2020. A real gift. Here's the bullet point addressing air travel from the actual overview of the Green New Deal proposal: "Totally overhaul transportation by massively expanding electric vehicle manufacturing, build charging stations everywhere, bu...Jump to post
I'll be thrilled if this is their platform in 2020. A real gift.Jump to post
...There is also a program to convert the CR2 to freighter, but the appeal for this is largely limited to freight forwarders and the conversion is pricey. This is one job where an old CR2 is better suited than an old ERJ since the CR2 has a larger tube. IFL shows they operate one CRJ1 and three CRJ...Jump to post
It's not odd that the gear was kept down, you're meant to keep flying the airplane and maintain a proper airspeed. First item on any multi engine retractable gear airplane after an engine failure on takeoff is to retract the gear after positive rate is established. SJO is a nasty place for an engin...Jump to post
This surprises me as I didn't think that their SKB market (aside from main points like FL and NY) was important enough for AA to be so defensive. I even wonder how many of their TX SKB passengers were going to switch to SY given the strength of AA's DFW hub. Maybe this isnt just about SY but its ab...Jump to post
Lots of stranded widgets at the gates:
https://www.clickondetroit.com/live/liv ... ro-airport
I wonder if Frontier got an especially-sweet deal from the Mobile Airport Authority to use BFM instead of MOB. They are indeed looking to move passenger ops from MOB to BFM but it’s a slow time-consuming process. And it’s one the airport authority has said may involve a period where some serve BFM ...Jump to post
GRR becomes a G4 base (again) with 2 A/C RON starting June 4.
http://ir.allegiantair.com/news-release ... w-jobs-and
GRR up to 9 destinations: LAS, IWA, PIE, PGD, SFB, SRQ, FLL, SAV, BNA
Allegiant announcing GRR-SAV and GRR-BNA starting in June. GRR-SAV starts June 7, operates Mondays and Fridays GRR-BNA starts June 6, operates Sundays and Thursdays Some other press release happening this morning regarding GRR and Allegiant also. Supposedly something in addition to these new routes...Jump to post
DocLightning wrote:ABpositive wrote:It was an Unaccompanied Mynah
Yeah, but obviously SQ is going to the birds.
That said, this will be a feather in their cap.
Passengers will be flocking to fly aboard SQ.
(OK, I'm done...
Allegiant announcing GRR-SAV and GRR-BNA starting in June. GRR-SAV starts June 7, operates Mondays and Fridays GRR-BNA starts June 6, operates Sundays and Thursdays Some other press release happening this morning regarding GRR and Allegiant also. Supposedly something in addition to these new routes....Jump to post
Hopefully 1:1 scale of this, and not just 1:200:
As late as 2006 - SFO saw a number of wide bodies to various destinations like ORD, ATL, DFW, DEN, IAD and JFK to name a few using 777's and 763, 764..on UA, DL and AA. AA, DL, and UA are all flying domestic widebodies into SFO today. AA SFO-PHL 332 DL SFO-JFK 764 UA SFO-DEN 772 UA SFO-IAD 772 UA S...Jump to post
Here's a glimpse of concourse E when it was still a single story. The observation deck was closer to the terminal 1354063 This photo was probably taken from the E deck: 1334546 The first picture is on the north side of E not C. Used to love how on the C observation deck Delta had a gate the you cou...Jump to post
Does anyone here besides me remember when DTW had two observation decks on over the C concourse......... Staying far away from the hub debate I do recall the observation deck over concourse C. I spent many hours up there viewing aircraft including very loud TWA B707s that would taxi right over to t...Jump to post
https://www.mlive.com/expo/news/g66l-2019/01/76e51ca4e74757/grand-rapids-amphitheater-rive.html This 5 million dollars is a big step towards the construction of a FIS. If construction starts this year, it could be done by 2021. I could see Apple Vacations moving their seasonal PUJ, CUN, and MBJ cha...Jump to post
pdxav8r wrote:Seattle Seahawk charter?
AA: I hope MIA comes back next winter. I hope PHX is extended to year round. Other than that, I hope to see mainline stick for DFW and the planned CLT up gauge, PHL return and stay at 3x daily, and less 50 seaters on ORD. DCA isn't likely to change until the gate 35X situation is taken care of.... ...Jump to post
It helps when you ask a question and you can at least identify the airplane you are talking about. The G650 is a separate type and I have never seen it designated a GVI, certainly not by Gulfstream or FSI. Your dismissive attitude will not serve you well in aviation, especially when asking question...Jump to post
Sounds like a mission for the Tracys and their team.
I would have thought the K-Pop tart boys would have flown on a private jet if they’re such superstars.Jump to post
I never realized in the history of Sun Country, even going back to the days when they had 727's and DC-10's, all the aircraft have been leased.Jump to post
There is a discussion going on about this in the San Diego thread already: http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1382837 There are actually two special flights today, that being one of them, but also a special Air France scheduled-charter 777-300 on its way too! Watch that San Dieg...Jump to post
https://twitter.com/FlyGRFord/status/1061968329592717312 Does anyone have any idea on who it could be and to where? GRR is becoming a base once again for Allegiant it will be basing 2 A320s there and they are adding GRR-SRQ So 2 RON A320s with MX happening overnight and on off days in GRR I assume?...Jump to post
cpd wrote:I think from the photos we've seen - we can say it is comprehensively wrecked. Hope the crew aren't feeling too sore.
PacMin (Pacific Miniatures) makes many of those custom display models
Air Tahiti Nui 789 for example:
https://www.facebook.com/polynesianavia ... 2MTk4Njg0/
Smoke in the cabin- returned safely to ADW after 10 minutes into the flight. C-37, C-40, or C-32?
http://www.kplctv.com/2018/10/17/first- ... drews-afb/
Wow, really bad- that will take a long time to clean up and rebuild:
https://www.stripes.com/news/us/tyndall ... e-1.551072
Dont forget about G4 who's been operating GRR-IWA (Phoenix-Mesa) for quite some time. Neither Travelocity nor Google can find this flight. Are you sure? I'd be interested if it exists. Yep 2x per week currently, as many as 5x per week in March. https://www.allegiantair.com https://flightaware.com/l...Jump to post
atypical wrote:I didn't cherry pick anything. You are the one who said Traverse City is "only slightly smaller than FWA" and I refuted it. I am not obligated to check all of your examples to see if you miraculously got one right.
https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/news/2018/09/07/phoenix-adds-new-direct-flights-for-those-looking.amp.html American is adding a daily PHX flight from GRR this winter. I assume AA thinks they can drive Frontier off. It’s nice to see AA add PHX and MIA, 2 high pdew destination...Jump to post
"...a Pennsylvania State Police helicopter was deployed as another tool to compel the group to disperse and curb dangerous and unruly behavior."
.... and rotor wash sending projectiles into the air and toppling hot flaming grills isn't dangerous? Asinine!
Philip Trenary killed in a shooting Thursday night.
Today at the airline passenger experience expo in Boston, the Aer Lingus CEO announced that there will be a branding refresh with the delivery of their first A321LR in January. "The Green and the Shamrock will stay put" -Jason Rabinowitz https://twitter.com/AirlineFlyer/status/10442260221...Jump to post
csturdiv wrote:Doesn't Dow Chenicals have a CR7? Probably more of a shuttle than a business jet.
Mizzou @ Perdue, SY B738: https://flightaware.com/live/flight/SCX8634/history/20180914/2000Z/KCOU/KLAF Mizzou is utilizing Sun Country for away games again this season! Sorry for the typo from my earlier post, the home team Missouri is visiting is actually spelled "Purdue;" both of these ...Jump to post
Could somebody shed some light on the 747-200 combi comment? Was it one of the leased MEA birds? I don't recall any of the -236s being combis. If only VV701 was around! Found this very old a.net thread- BA 742 Combi's G-BDXM / G-BDXN: https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=321797 From anot...Jump to post