Video of what is proposed. http://media.wheeltug.com/video/The_WheelTug_Files_720p.mp4 I see that the company has FAA :checkmark: http://www.wheeltug.com/pr/pr_20170110.php Time to buy some shares perhaps? WheelTug is around since years. I could swear I heard about them the first time nearly 10 yea...Jump to post
All the flights require 2 aircraft at a minimum to operate daily, the flights are all over 12 hours in length, so your talking about the aircraft being out of the US for 30 hours, and being unable to operate the next days flight. With SFO-TLV-EWR-TLV-SFO, of the flight is timed right you may be able...Jump to post
That and RVR is down to 600-700. Probably the main reason EDV diverted since that’s way below their mins. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk As if that's an 9E problem. That's Cat 3 category level ILS. Very few regional airlines are equipped for that Generally CAT II and CAT III approaches are proh...Jump to post
chornedsnorkack wrote:It was allegedly a notable design constraint on A380.
The new arrivals into ATL from the southwest and south east are names after tolkien characters and Star Wars perehenialia, respectively.
SHYRE FRDDO BLLBO BGGNS SMAWG HOBBT.
TYFTR NEWHP DTSTR WOKIE JJEDI
There used to be the SMOOV arrival into ATL
WWads wrote:My wild guess is DL. They really want the 50-seaters gone, and they already have a good relationship with the pending CS100 order.
But at the same time, ATL would be nothing without Delta. Atlanta would still be a top 10 metro in the US, have a geographical advantage in the region, and have a world class airport design. To even suggest they would fall off of the list of top airports in the US is mind boggling. Ask how it worke...Jump to post
The purchase of the air operations certificate may be as simple as not allowing another company to gain access to the certificate. Beyond the general difficulty in gaining the certification, each certificate is different- and allows different operations based off what the operator has been willing t...Jump to post
Delta in no way caused this, but their response was very poor and disorganized. NOTHING against the hard working line staff, but management didn't seem to have a disaster plan for a total hub shut down. Communications to customers has been unacceptable, re-booking systems were not working(people to...Jump to post
The CS300 didn’t just fly down to ATL, it parked under the “FLY DELTA JETS” sign...Jump to post
I'll add my traditional nitpick. On both Airbus and Boeing the levers are thrust levers , not throttles. There's nothing to actually "throttle" like on a piston engine. If you say "throttles" in an Airbus course you'll be corrected rather forcefully. :D The thrust automation on ...Jump to post
Why was my post removed ? and keeping members misinformed ? I provided a link & the quotes stating this was due to the police doing their job after the passenger filed charges with Airport Police on grounds that a corpulent Frenchman in the middle seat had been sleeping into her space & the...Jump to post
3). Do Chief Pilots with large airlines (AA, BA, JL...etc) with diversified fleets need to be rated in their fleet's heavy jets? 4). Of course Chief Pilots have to fly X numbers of month so when they do is the person in the right seat usually a captain? 3. I worked at an airline where the chief pil...Jump to post
All DL flights between SNA and ATL are 757, and those flights are often payload restricted going SNA-ATL. All the UPS flights are 757s but they may upsize during peak in November and December to a A310. All Fedex flights are A310. AA may occasionally sub a 757 in from PHX or DFW. And UA hasn’t sent ...Jump to post
No, the pilots at Delta, United and AA, should push to move the weight and seat limit lower. Force mainline to fly the product that's being used as a non-regional airplane. Anything larger than a 50 seater, should be at mainline. That's fine too. As long as there's a clear line, either below MRJ/E2...Jump to post
IPFreely wrote:Where is this so-called admission?
This whole "service animal" thing is completely out of control. More and more people are abusing this. Service animals were for people with serious physical restrictions like blindness. Now today they are given out like candy. I feel sad when I am alone so I should have a service animal. ...Jump to post
According to The FAA OIS current operations plan, https://www.fly.faa.gov/ois/ the Kingston FIR is currently experiencing a compleatle outage. KIN and MBJ are not accepting any arrivals and flights filed through the airspace are need 10 minutes in trail spacing, so they can expect holding of up to a...Jump to post
From personal observation, a 747 burns 20,000 to 24,000 lbs of fuel an hour in cruise at $3/gal = $12,000/hr Captain cost $450/hr (330 pay, 120 in employment costs like 401k, Health insurance etc.) First Officer $330/hr (226 Pay, 104 in employment costs) 10(?) flight attendants $90/hr (60 in pay, $3...Jump to post
Why replace a small, regional airport that doesn't need replacing with a large, expensive one built on a man made island in radioactive water that sit along a major fault line and constant tsunami threat? Doesn't seem very logical. It's bad enough if there was a tsunami LAX is on the beach. LAX may...Jump to post
So a guy flies for a commuter carrier only to build time so he cn get to the 'Big Leagues." Then as a new hire he goes right seat, then 6 months later left seat? Realistically, how competent is he to be in charge of a plane 6 months off the street? No thanks, safety factor just decreased. I wi...Jump to post
Due to the "material" effect of LCCs Norwegian and WOW over the North Atlantic, American will respond with an unbundled basic economy product on some North Atlantic routes, as per an interview with American SVP-revenue management Don Casey published today by Aviation Daily and featured on...Jump to post
It's in likely that the airplane was actually grounded, more likely is that the FAA said those seats were unable to be occupied without the correct seatbelt tag or being made "inoperative/MELd". Sounds like some of those improper seat belts were on crew seats, so the financial hit may have...Jump to post
happens all the time now in the USA, on an iPhoneJump to post
All this discussion about the Why the DOT awarded AA the slot over DL and DL forcing AA to start has been hashed out. At some point AA has to start the route in order for there to be competition in the Far East. How long is it acceptable for AA to sit on the authorities when another airline is sayin...Jump to post
The FAA has initiated new routes to avoid the ZDC airspace. Florida ATL, and CLT to the NE (NYC and BOS) has been rerouted to the ROD (Rosewood) VOR, just north of Dayton, OH to avoid ZDC. all arrivals into the NE airports that would have gone over DC have been rerouted north to ROD...so that area w...Jump to post
Potamac Tracon should be able to take arrivals that come in from the north but according the FAA OIS, ZDC (Washington DC Center) has put a stop on all new departures to all ZDC airports for the time being. ZDC starts just south of PHL and extends down the seaboard to NC/SC state line and as far west...Jump to post
Just keep TXL open in a limited capacity....
Maybe 5-10 commercial slots an hour and unlimited non airline traffic. Like an LCY
What, a training flight with 250 people on board? You are incorrect on both other accounts. The Checklist Instructions section of the QRH most certainly does talk about using airmanship. The Maneuvers section of the FCOM tells you the various approach procedures and what modes to use. If you get &q...Jump to post
I can't comment on Canada specifically but for what it's worth the US regulations call for one pilot to utilize oxygen when the other pilot leaves the flight deck anytime the aircraft is above FL 250. Also, there is a requirement for one pilot to be on oxygen anytime the aircraft is above FL 410. U...Jump to post
Just speculation.... Generally strollers are allowed up to the airplane and then they get checked. A) there was probably a disagreement about where the stroller could go after that. The lady assumed the stroller could go in the overhead, while the flight attendant/ gate agent insisted it could not. ...Jump to post
B29, A6 and A7 are 3 a380 capable gates in terminal 4. A6 has three jetways, one connecting from the upper lounge level(level 4), and B29 has 2 jetways, one which swings from the lower level (level 2) of the passenger boarding ramp to the upper level of the passenger boarding ramp (level3) in order ...Jump to post
SNA and LGB are slot restricted by the local airport athourity for noise issues. LGA, JFK, and DCA are slot restricted by the FAA due to capacity issues. I don't know too much about LGB, but are you sure SNA is slot-restricted just because of noise abatement? I'm not too sure about that. Yes SNA ha...Jump to post
And DL will be making the new DCA service "Transcontinental" the same as LAX/SFO-JFK (and also SFO-BOS as a new addition). Basically flat bed delta one service and free meals in coach. http://news.delta.com/flights-between-dca-lax-bos-sfo-operate-transcon-routes-include-delta-one-cabin-enh...Jump to post
Someone who is knowledgeable explain to me why they can all fly RNAVs SIDs at Atlanta but not at LGA. Admittedly I don't know on board equipment well enough but I'd love to know. There isn't enough memory in the airplane to hold both LGA, ATL, and all the other airports rang procedures. Delta could...Jump to post
I was hoping I could get someone help identifying an oddly painted aircraft I saw taxing JFK at about 5 pm on February 26th. It was an a330 with GE Engines, and it had a white fuselage with a grey band around the forward barrel of the fuselage in front of the engines, no visible name. I know it's va...Jump to post