Meh. Plenty of them have been through New York. The hot tub at Le Bain sans many layers of clothes, throwing up on the street outside the Atlas Social Club, running around in their underwear at Sugarland, and let's just not even forget the part where toplessness is legal in New York City, plenty of ...Jump to post
In this case "they" = people consciously leading the IND airport. Cancun is nice, but they'd love to see more. Sure, "Vacation Express" and "Apple Vacations" shows up whenever, however, but they'd love to see some type of operator come in and make it permanent. Even if ...Jump to post
Can you search for previous flights with the registration number? Sure! I can see one year back on most any commercial a/c with its reg# on Flightradar24 and did, but it really didn't get very far except to confirm that it did land at O'Hare on that day around 4pm. yeo Hmmm, no other airports aroun...Jump to post
USA has a law called ADA. Americans with disability act. “All reasonable efforts “ must be made so a wheelchair bound pax can fly without assistance or any prior notice .. if not they can seek corrective action .. no such law in other countries Almost. ADA does not apply to airlines. However, there...Jump to post
You guys need to remember that discipline is a process, it doesn't happen overnight. Young children have to learn discipline and when you encounter them on a flight (or anywhere else) they may not be all the way there yet. Cut the parents a little slack, surely they're trying. Don't you remember wh...Jump to post
WN did discontinue IND-DCA nonstop service on November 4, 2017, and the discontinuation of IND-DCA nonstop service did free up slots for WN at DCA. I remember that quite well, for sure, just interesting they would squat on the slots that long without using them. Maybe they are using them to fly sou...Jump to post
Hit or miss on the California cities then. Of note, Hartford to Midway used to be say 4 to 5 daily say roughly 7 or 8 years ago, etc. It then went down to 2 or 3 daily with service and flow through BWI increased. Now it appears with STL coming on board, some of the BWI frequencies might be reduced a...Jump to post
Interesting increase to DCA. Anyone know where the cut came from? The increase starts in April, when I get a chance I can look if WN put out a spreadsheet for that update. That or maybe I can find enrillas update. WN did discontinue IND-DCA nonstop service on November 4, 2017, and the discontinuati...Jump to post
The flight *from* Hartford doesn't hit *all* the spots on connection opportunities, but funnels right in to a few nice ones. Works- Sacramento San Diego Kansas City Los Angeles Houston Dallas Love New Orleans Out of the way, but it works- Seattle Portland Omaha Chicago Midway If you have extra time ...Jump to post
Icelandair will go daily on their seasonal service from Orlando. Seasonal service runs until May. Per the message below- Reykjavik, Iceland, February 15, 2018– Today, Icelandair announces they will increase the frequency of their seasonal flights from Orlando International Airport (MCO). Starting Se...Jump to post
So, you're going to fly into an airport where you can try to avoid spending an extra hour during a busy time standing in line for CBP, only to end up in a place requiring you to travel several hours to where you really want to be. ........................................................................Jump to post
Ah yes, it's an airline's fault that someone can't be responsible for their own actions, poor, rich, or otherwise. Man, I bet you're a hit at the family reunions.Jump to post
Wave the next time you fly over.Jump to post
Communication is key. Period. They shouldn't have to call customer service to find out about refunds being issued. This is where someone in the position of "Manager," has to, you know .... manage. Totally. New. Concept. But what do you expect the airline manager to do? Crack open the ol' ...Jump to post
Communication is key. Period. They shouldn't have to call customer service to find out about refunds being issued. This is where someone in the position of "Manager," has to, you know .... manage.
Totally. New. Concept.
GalaxyFlyer wrote:If you’re in DSM, why not just go home?
Marketing at AA and DL failed to fully capitalize on their aquisitions of TW and PA. Both companies were going away sooner or later. I was surprised their marketing departments didn’t try to brand their premium products using some nostalgia. I.e. Clipper Class perhaps for DL first class product. Bo...Jump to post
How much room would they have at MDW to add INTL flights? MDW has 3 gates in Concourse C that are rarely used. Couldn't WN use them for expanded service or will those gates go away when the pedestrian bridge over Cicero Ave is widened? I would love to see WN add more int'l flights to MDW, maybe to ...Jump to post
You don't know what's beyond the walls. Tearing down a portion of a building or structure is great if has absolutely no affect on a number of things - 1. Plumbing and piping systems 2. Sewage system 3. Rain drainage systems 4. Heating and ventilation systems. 5. Electrical systems. The list goes on...Jump to post
You don't know what's beyond the walls. Tearing down a portion of a building or structure is great if has absolutely no affect on a number of things - 1. Plumbing and piping systems 2. Sewage system 3. Rain drainage systems 4. Heating and ventilation systems. 5. Electrical systems. The list goes on ...Jump to post
JetBlue, and for good measure, Alaska, and probably just for the hell of it, Sun Country and even United would throw every in house attorney possible, and hire whatever small town attorney they could find for cheap to file every motion possible to put a stop from such a thing from ever happening.Jump to post
Tucson, Norfolk, Hartford, Providence, Jacksonville, Cincinnati, Albuquerque, Orange County etc etc etc, there's plenty that Southwest can add and bring back, and for now, there's still room to make things happen. But, as this all pans out, the coming question now for St. Louis lovers is: would you ...Jump to post
Probably but when it was a hub it was bursting at the seams. If we had the $$$ (or the motivation) we could "right-size" the concourses or even the overall layout of our sprawling design but there doesn't seem to be any political, economic or financial drive to do so. With WN moving down ...Jump to post
The rail tunnels into the CTA station in O'Hare are for CTA-sized cars, not for Metra sized cars. The service might need it's own station parallel to the other... if they can fit it between the parking garage pylons. OR They could share the same station. Metra and CTA have the same standard track g...Jump to post
I'd leave Terminal 2 the way it is, let American/Eagle, United/Express, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, and Westjet have at it. Build a smaller new terminal east of Terminal 5, right on top of the current police department with international arrivals capabilities. Shove Delta, JetBlue, Aeromexico, Copa...Jump to post
The rail tunnels into the CTA station in O'Hare are for CTA-sized cars, not for Metra sized cars. The "rail is mostly in place," yes, for the service it has now, not for an express type of service. You would need a third line, and in portions, perhaps a fourth. Express operations, in conju...Jump to post
ScrantonUSC wrote:My wife's flight from RDU-ATL at 07:xx in the morning, boarded then deplaned. She is now scheduled to leave at 17:30, which is ridiculous for a Platinum. Her rescheduled flight from ATL-PHX at night is now delayed even further.
Let's be real, outside of the paint on the planes, it would have turned out the same.Jump to post
I fear this could be a nightmare for CA. If pax have to clear US customs they will have to have a long transit time in IAH. There will be instances where transit pax get delayed at customs, and they will have to either hold the flight or re-accommodate the stranded pax. Other than NZ on the AKL LAX...Jump to post