Didn't see this elsewhere
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What engines is UA using on their 320s?
The fact that American cannot make ORD-NRT work illustrates the lost opportunities that a stronger, tighter network integration with Japan Airlines, a oneworld alliance member, would help achieve. AA and JL are not at the level of what UA has with NH and that is the problem. But why is that given a...Jump to post
Is that typical for them to use a 763 on that route? Rare to see wide bodies on these stage lengths anymore.Jump to post
[threeid][/threeid] It's going to be a 787-8 not the 767 on the DFW-MUC route. God bless em if it works, with zero muc feed and little in dfw save a few small tx cities it seems like a stretch You obviously have never been to DFW or have no clue the scope of the hub. Little in DFW, that is just such...Jump to post
I'm skeptical on dfw muc the 767 can't do this route so they need to fill a 330 or 788. German point of sale is flying through Fra on lh Are you sure that AA's 763s can't do it? It's shorter - albeit more east/west - than ORD-EZE, which they operated for a while, and it's also shorter than several ...Jump to post
Bottom line, LH and AA serve two very different markets on CLTMUC, and I dont think it's necessarily certain that LH will exit. Agree. When US was in *A, LH used CLT to route it's lowest fare connections between Europe and the U.S. Basically the flight was: German execs at the front, cheapest fares...Jump to post
Id think FRA would be the only place they could get the feed perhaps in coordination with a lh downguage (since they're dumping the 744s anyway) they could make it work with a 788Jump to post
CLT - MUC is mainly there for BMW execs in Germany going to and from BMW's South Carolina plant. It's German point of sale customers in business class. Then in Coach on that route it's mainly people from Charlotte using the Munich hub to go to India and Europe. BMW will NOT put its passengers on AA...Jump to post
Wow. I suspect AA wants to run LH out of CLT. But now only a seasonal 4x weekly AA on PHL-Germany, which only helps LH in PHL. I think you have it backwards. LH run AA out of PHL, their own hub. AA is just trying to hold on to MUC but just barely. The point of sale is overwhelmingly on the German s...Jump to post
UARNO88 wrote:So long LH in CLT. I don’t see any way that this route can sustain two carriers.
Fascinating how the Japanese lived Hawaii so much and it's not exactly a short flightJump to post
I just spent $622 for sav to boi and i can't use the overhead storage. the airlines must be doing well if that's any indication.Jump to post
bigb wrote:ADent wrote:SNA is 5701ft long.
At 70K lb you are only getting 50 seaters.
SNA is weight restricted often for anything bigger than A319 or 73G
I don't see any airlines clamoring to serve an airport with a 6,000x100 ft. runway, no matter the population in the catchment area. That's a very dodgy runway size for any airliner in service in the US. It's quite acceptable for regional jets. For instance, the main runway at DCA is only 7,169 ft.,...Jump to post
this a five figure or six figure repair? i'm guessing not seven. You might be surprised. Lots of sheet metal damage, glass, avionics. Then composite parts like wing fences, and inspections of the engines after they ate all that hail. Replacing all slats will be spendy. If there is bulkhead and stri...Jump to post
DL JAX-MSP JAN 0.1>0.0 Surprised DL can't make JAX-MSP work at all apparently; they're the business carrier on both ends of the route, and in January there should be snowbird traffic.Anyone got PDEW data for JAX-MSP? Even JAX-DTW only rates a single daily CR9 in January, which seems very low. Meanw...Jump to post
I doubt it's going to be IAH or SEA, sorry but the demand is just not their for non-stop. Sea does not really have the demand or the need it as timing/routing wise a connection via east Asia works out almost better. Singapore is a Financial hub and maintains close ties with California/New York. The...Jump to post
no one suggesting YVR? My money would be on ORD for the obvious reasons thoughJump to post
i think using statue of liberty was tied to newark airport's name having liberty in it. for this whole "this is an O and D flight only" remember that there are dozens of secondary east coast destinations that now have one stop flight to SIN so there could be connecting traffic.Jump to post
Raise your hand if you thought ORD would ever lose its perch as #1 to ATL in the first place. Chicago much larger city, excellent location, two hubs (though it does split traffic with Midway). When it first happened I thought it was a temporary fluke, but boy was I wrong. Point is never say never. ...Jump to post
In addition to BMW, Siemens is also HQ'd in Munich and I'm guessing they have more US employees (their worldwide # is 377,000) than BMW does. The aforementioned Siemens offices in NC support the CLT flight while ATL has both a Siemens office and is the best connecting hub for points south and west c...Jump to post
While most people do not watch 60 Minutes, it is the secondary story that is bad news for G4. Here in PHX (we have an airport called IWA which is a pretty big deal for G4) the largest radio news station ran 2 separate segments this morning, each 10 minutes, recapping the 60 Minutes story. One of th...Jump to post
That seems to be the assumption, high-volume TATL routes. I believe there is also good speculation they'll run them on high-volume routes to South America as well. With that being said, they'll likely be based at EWR and IAD. I won't be surprised if they put these at SFO to do TPAC volume routes to...Jump to post
the 787 has not created routes to Japanese cities besides Tokyo. Also untrue: Not only has it allowed for the resumption of previously discontinued routes such as KIX-LAX, KIX-CNS, etc; but this completely ignores the fact that several international airlines (KL, AF, QF, SQ, etc) have recently laun...Jump to post
While the 787 has created new routes it has not in Japan "That's not even remotely true." Signed, ~SAN, BOS, and a ton of resumed-previously-cancelled services. That said, one could quite reasonably question whether: yes I understand opp cost and yield. ...when you continue to make statem...Jump to post
am I the only one mystified that neither ANA or UA can fill a 788 SFO NGO? It's not (nor is it usually ever) a question of whether the aircraft can be filled... ...it's a question of whether the aircraft can be (1) filled while generating significant yield , and (2) if that yield is sufficient to o...Jump to post
SFO is an embarrassment and there is no one here who will stand up and say what we all know and that is that we need a new runway in the worst way. But the environmental-whacko’s run this place and no one dares take them on Come on Man?! Just Where are you going ti BUIL a new runway at SFO?? Get RE...Jump to post
janders wrote:Cool. Nagoya has been without a West Coast flight since UA dropped SFO.
Also me thinks there is indeed something to these 787 rumors.
The 787-9 is simply a powerhouse. 15 years ago, the only airliner that could have operated this flight would have been the A340-500, and it would have used more than 50% more fuel. Whether this is the right business decision for Qantas, especially now that the Perth boom seems to have receded... th...Jump to post
Porter flies seasonal Toronto- Melbourne, FL. That’s got to be one of the longest! Flies right over the condo. Long ass flight. Three hours and 25 minutes trapped on a rattletrap vibrating mess of a Dash 8 400 ... no way. That's insane. are they doing that without restrictions? I thought the 400 ta...Jump to post
The biggest question for me is why EWR lacks flights to South Korea and Turkey. Bergen County is known for having a massive and spread out Korean-American population (I've seen ads for shuttle service to/from Fort Lee and JFK so the demand clearly exists). KAL did fly to EWR at some point though. P...Jump to post
Big fail on the ground agents at DFW. I am not sure the ground agents failed. Depending on how much they drank prior to boarding, and when, they may not have appeared to be too drunk. For example, they had a drink or two. But then (say near the boarding gate) they had a double just before boarding....Jump to post
why don't they fly to NYC? they have to be one of the only foreign carriers serving IAD but not NYC They fly to Newark, and in May the flights will become Daily. 4x Weekly ADD-LFW-EWR and 3x Weekly ADD-ABJ-EWR ah I only checked JFK. interesting that EWR is one stop and IAD non stop, I guess there i...Jump to post
why don't they fly to NYC? they have to be one of the only foreign carriers serving IAD but not NYCJump to post
The construction should be done by late summer. I'll be there next week and I'll get some pictures if you all want. Yes, please do! So that "tree issue" that was such a problem before -- I assume that was resolved? Or were they at the other end of the runway? Ok I'll see what I can get! I...Jump to post
how can the freight companies keep the DC10 running profitably for so long after the passenger carriers dumped it? And some of these DC10s are Nixon era correct?Jump to post
I know there is a LOT (haha) of Polish people in Chicago, so much so, that when I was there for work, I spotted a Polish language television station. But are there that many Canadians? It seems there is almost 20 flights a day between Chicago and Toronto, which can be driven in about a day. in addi...Jump to post
has there ever been a move to have pre clearance at MEX? If not, why not? Probably lack of space. U.S. carriers and AC usually have very attractive MEX-Europe fares, YYZ and YUL have the upper hand though, as Mexicans no longer require a visa to Canada. well it's on the list for consideration I bel...Jump to post
usairways85 wrote:DaufuskieGuy wrote:has there ever been a move to have pre clearance at MEX? If not, why not?
Well if anything they should have it at CUN before MEX.
. Thank you for perspective. Hopefully this strategy will payoff for AA and create trickle down demand other routes. Part of the reason my wife and I are loyal to UA and have stuck with them is that UA takes us a lot more places non-stop from Chicago where as most of Europe on AA goes through LHR, ...Jump to post
These are completely different scenarios aren't they? 1) air China is flying pax originating in China to houston...dropping some off...then continuing to Panama to drop the rest off. They don't pick up passengers traveling from houston to panama...only houston to china with a "tech" stop ...Jump to post
Does anyone know how the ERJ-195E2's short field performance is compared to the Cseries? Takeoff runs at MTOW E195-E2 - 6,463ft CS100 - 4,800ft Landing distance at MLW E195-E2 - 4,633 ft CS100 - 4,550 ft https://www.embraercommercialaviation.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Embraer_Spec_E195-E2.pdf h...Jump to post