I was disappointed the thread in question was closed. It was a distinct thread and any comments on that subject will get lost in the main thread (which I stopped reading after about page 2). The topic was extensively discussed on pages 7-8 in the existing thread. The competing argument to distinct ...Jump to post
http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1391923#unread I thought this was a good and informative thread. It was Not “already being discussed “ and it did not criticize swa so why did it get locked?? http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1391923#unread Big news storie...Jump to post
MaverickM11 wrote:atcsundevil wrote:The thread title has been changed, because it was misleading as written. I would also caution users against utilizing blogs or unofficial outlets as sources of journalism.
...and maybe not calling for the murder of people you don't like. Just a thought.
The thread title has been changed, because it was misleading as written. I would also caution users against utilizing blogs or unofficial outlets as sources of journalism.Jump to post
Is this supposed to be a huge revelation? 11 republican reps out of 435 total members think a few Democrats did something wrong. As reported by a right-wing FOX News contributor / Hannity-Trump mouthpiece Sara Carter. Big whoop. I'm sorry you didn't like "platter" on which "the meal&...Jump to post
Why do some people call this incident a "crash"......... it was an in-flight emergency situation........ the plane landed safely! I believe it should technically be referred to as an "accident" (as opposed to "incident") since there was a fatality involved. Situations ...Jump to post
What is the definition of 'uncontained engine failure'? Is there a 'contained engine failure'? Yes, Wikipedia, I know.. In this case, it gives a pretty clear definition. A contained engine failure is one in which components might separate inside the engine but either remain within the engine's case...Jump to post
As to the 321 replacing the 763 here at PHX, it's now been announced on the Routes Online website, although admittedly they are merely announcing the schedule update, which I described above: https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/278193/hawaiian-airlines-expands-a321neo-routes-in-1q19/ ...Jump to post
Please see this thread: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=1387885
It's a glitch the developers are aware of. There isn't much that we as moderators can do about it, unfortunately.
A person died. Period. That doesn't automatically imply that there was an imminent risk to passenger safety after landing. If there's no fire, no smoke, and the aircraft is shut down, what risk is there to passenger safety to warrant sending people down slides? If the flight crew, cabin crew, or AR...Jump to post
There was no need for an evacuation. Better safe than sorry, no? Not every emergency landing requires the slides to be deployed... Exactly. Evacuations almost always lead to more injuries — twisted ankles, broken legs and wrists, etc. Not everyone on board is fit and healthy to go down a slide. Unl...Jump to post
Aegean airlines is expanding it’s network to Lebanon in S18 with the launch of 3 new seasonal flights to Beirut from Mykonos, Rhodes and Heraklion. These flights will operate in addition to the year round service linking Athens to Beirut. Do you have a source for this? Are you actually doubting the...Jump to post
NOTE TO USERS: This thread is NOT about Southwest flight 1380 on April 17, which diverted to PHL and resulted in the death of a passenger. This thread is a different incident! The thread for Southwest 1380 can be found here http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1391827 ✈️ atcsundevilJump to post
Cedric13 wrote:Aegean airlines is expanding it’s network to Lebanon in S18 with the launch of 3 new seasonal flights to Beirut from Mykonos, Rhodes and Heraklion. These flights will operate in addition to the year round service linking Athens to Beirut.
Kidding right?! ............ No, not kidding at all. Well you should have been. At a busy airport like this, when such an emergency occurs, the controller has a huge amount of reorganising to do, aside from assisting the aircraft with the emergency, and arranging and talking to the emergency servic...Jump to post
Please keep the thread on topic without resorting to off-topic personal/political attacks. Posters that are suspected of trolling may have their posts deleted, and they may be warned or banned. There's enough misinformation to go around here, and the last thing we need is people doing it on purpose....Jump to post
Hypocrisy at its finest. A topic that should be in site related/non aviation is civil yet it calls out other posters for not posting topics correctly no one goes there...I wanted it seen here as this is where it occurs the most... I'm trying to alert those that do it... that's all..Ive been on this...Jump to post
Keep the thread on topic or it will be locked. Just as a reminder, thread is to discuss the air strike that occurred a few days ago. ✈️ atcsundevil Why is this even in Civil Aviation? It has nothing to do with it, should be in Military. Aside from conjecture that DAM was hit, it's all speculation a...Jump to post
The thread has resulted in too many Airbus versus Boeing comments, which is unproductive and results in too many off-topic personal comments. Therefore, the thread will be locked.
Keep the thread on topic or it will be locked. Just as a reminder, thread is to discuss the air strike that occurred a few days ago.
Sorry I've probably been in violation of these rules, having created four network threads on my own, and posting into a ~2 year old timetable thread. On the network threads DL/UA/WN/F9, does that mean that those should be moderator created then? Sorry, I hadn't realized these rules (back) then. Wit...Jump to post
Can anyone explain QF12 ‘s current flight path?? I'll preface this by saying that I don't work in the New York area, so I can only speculate based on what I know about their flows. It looks to me that the line of weather moving through the Midwest definitely played a factor. They may have been requ...Jump to post
william wrote:What happened to the "American Airlines AAirpass" thread?
Now onto my question. From what I understand, some department within the UAE gov't screens every foreign motion picture before it can be shown in a theater in the UAE. Seeing that Emirates Airways is home-based in Dubai, I am just assuming that all in-flight movies shown on any Emirates flight is t...Jump to post
It could just be a placeholder for when the 767s exit the fleet. I wouldn’t expect equipment for January 2018 to be set or even really tweaked until 180 days out at the earliest. Also, planning for T3N lease space has taken HA’s A330s into consideration, so I would expect them to serve PHX at least...Jump to post
I just discovered disappointing news in the Amadeus GDS...was killing time and started looking at timetables for the next several months including PHX-HNL on HA...I've not heard or read anything of this being announced, but...HA is DOWNGAUGING to the A321neo here starting 01JAN!! I was shocked. I h...Jump to post
Please stay on topic. Political discussions can occur in this Non Aviation Thread:
ctrabs0114 wrote:This is the operation once known as Casino Express, correct? Because the only time I've really heard of them is during NCAA tournament season with all the charters they've picked up.
This I take issue with. So is the purpose of the website to have as many users as possible, or to facilitate reasonable discussion? I understand that you might not have intended it to come across as this way, but to me it sounds like you're more concerned about a 30% drop in users than anything els...Jump to post
I posted a response to a comment on a thread that was disapproved for being off topic. How can the comment I was responding to be on topic when a response to it is off topic? What a great introduction to this website. It's best if you report the post being "Off Topic" and we will gladly r...Jump to post
tcsundevil, I found it. The original Air Tran, pre-Valuejet operated EI-CJW in the mid-90s. Indeed they did...way back in the early days. I thought the OP was suggesting that Ryan International was operating an A320 on an Irish register. IIRC the 732s were fairly short-lived in their fleet, so I'm ...Jump to post
Good Day Everyone! I am looking for a complete list of airline callsigns past and present! I mean a COMPLETE list from the 60's to today. I have looked everywhere, Any help would be appreciated! You're never going to find a completely 100% accurate, up-to-date list. New telephony contractions are a...Jump to post
By proving there were frames with EI registrations you are not helping my case. Ha ha I agree with you, there were EI registered frames. What were they then? Because I can't find any EI registered aircraft in an AirTran livery in our photo database, only N registered. I'm not saying there were none...Jump to post
AVENSAB727 wrote:The first UA 737 MAX has been painted!
https://twitter.com/airlinegeeks/status ... 72992?s=21
My father and I were talking about Ryan Holdings and I had to explain to him that was not O’Learys Ryanair. He then proceeded to ask who owned the Air Tran registered planes with an EI registration. To my knowledge they had Valujet registrations (though never flew the MD-80s), used Ryan Holding A32...Jump to post
So what's NASA's DC8 doing repeatedly buzzing Sky Harbor today, besides making real cool contrails and no doubt getting the conspiracy theory folk all worked up. Are they testing the airport's navigation equipment? https://flightaware.com/live/flight/NASA817 Definitely not testing airport equipment...Jump to post
If there are any new forums created it should be one for all politics and religion discussions in order eliminate most of the hate in the Non-Aviation threads and some in the Civil Aviation threads. The stuff going on in a majority of the Non-Aviation threads lately is further hurting the reputatio...Jump to post
Please keep the thread on topic. This is about the production, testing, and delivery of the KC-46, not a discussion on the history or the bid process. That discussion has been hashed and rehashed, and anyone wishing to revisit the issue is welcome to make a thread to do so, but it doesn't belong her...Jump to post
Today isn't a fun day for transcons, particularly out of DC. Most flights have been routed over MSY IAH ELP to avoid the weather. IAD-SFO is blocked at 7hr 21min, which incidentally is only 10 minutes less than IAD-FRA today. Since most of the fights are operated by 737s and A320s (apart from the 77...Jump to post
They can't just use a manual in-trail system? That's basically how the US East Coast works 90% of the time! There's something to be said for electronic flow controls — we use it here too — but you can't rely on stuff like that. If you can't move traffic without a sequencing program telling you how t...Jump to post
Because there is no link provided, the title will be changed to "unconfirmed" until the news is confirmed per forum rules. UPDATE APRIL 7: A link confirming the story has now been posted, so the thread has changed to "confirmed". http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east...Jump to post
I still don’t get why people make such a big deal about Amazon. It’s just an online mall for cheap stuff. Do the locals get this fired up when Wal-mart wants to open new offices???? Firstly, Walmart doesn't usually open up multi billion dollar headquarters with 50,000+ jobs. While I agree the hype ...Jump to post
INFINITI329 wrote:How about on the A333's?
Lufthansa started FRA-SAN. Then on their instagram they said "Coming Soon to a desert near you" on the San Diego page. (I think, my friend told me so idk for sure.) Do you guys think that means PHX? I'm just not sure they have the right airplane for it. The 359 is probably too big, and I'...Jump to post
frigatebird wrote:Old news: viewtopic.php?t=1363695