Ex-F9 N771XF entered revenue service with AA on 5/8. https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/N771XF Oddly enough, this appears to be the only -111 in the AA A319 fleet at the moment. It was modified to an Airbus A319-112 prior to service entry: https://www.planespotters.net/airframe/Airbus/A319...Jump to post
Neither of them include that hand luggage must not be taken away during an emergency. Maybe the safety demonstrations should be updated. Maybe they are already too long, but is safety. UK airlines already remind you before landing to leave behind luggage should the aircraft evacuate. Was introduced...Jump to post
Yes on the registration change. No on the configuration change. Doesn't mean it won't happen. There are a lot of moving parts with DL/OO right now as numerous RJ9's are being retired from DL ops, a few more RJ7's and then additional RJ8 and ES4's coming aboard. Not privy to the final configuration ...Jump to post
On the FAA register, on 04 September 2018, SkyWest Embraer ERJ-175LL N262SY and N265SY operating for Delta Connection, were both changed to ERJ-175LR type. Which would imply that Delta/SkyWest added another 6 seats to these aircraft.
Can anyone confirm this was the case?
yulexpansion wrote:SpaceshipDC10 wrote:yulexpansion wrote:YUL-BCN to be operated by Qatar Airways A330-200 (Instead of ZX763)
What airline is ZX?
Code for Air Canada Rouge
CSA site concurs with the fleet count, with exceptions of 1) A319 -- CSA says they have 7 of these, not 1. 2) 737 -- CSA says they have none. But yeah, OK is way smaller than many of us imagine. Don't forget, that of the two widebodies (both A330), one is leased from Korean Air and is basically doi...Jump to post
I understand it’s possible. But why would an airline take a plane out of service to do that for no return on investment. Even in maintenance that will cost money to do, take time, with no return. Surely no airline would see the value in this? So that they could put in an extra row of seats without ...Jump to post
As far as I know any of the aircraft that have had Y186 added (have a look on Planespotters.net, they're doing pretty well at keeping up to date with the changes). It's only on the right-hand side of the aircraft, at the rear. I can't link (or my post will be removed) but have a look at G-EZUZ on Fl...Jump to post
Dispatcher9999 wrote:With 2 ex Germania and 2 ex WOW aircraft to also join the TCX/Condor fleet there may also be some more interesting hybrid liveries to come.
Nordstar according to Planespotters.net https://www.planespotters.net/airframe/Boeing/737/-NordStar-Airlines/laLYiBKG. The airline is (was) due to receive one in April and two in June.Jump to post
I believe there is only one CRJ-700 wearing the SkyWest livery which is N752SK, flew from Oklahoma City to Tucson on the 6th of April and has been there ever since. Anybody know why it’s there? Maintenance, being repainted? 6th March*, TUS is a normal maintenance location for SkyWest, could be ther...Jump to post
Ethiopian Airlines regrets to confirm that its flight ET 302/10 March in schedule service from Addis Ababa to Nairobi was involved in an accident today around Bishoftu (Debre Zeit). The aircraft B-737-800MAX with registration number ET- AVJ took off at 08:38 am local time from Addis Ababa, Bole Inte...Jump to post
Flybe has been saved now - EGM won’t have any effect on the airline itself. They’ve announced no major changes to summer schedule; so you’d presume everything will start kicking into gear for the winter schedule at the end of October. Would expect some form of announcement for their plans in a few m...Jump to post
Blerg wrote:Is this official? I haven't seen any reports in local or regional media. Maybe that plane underwent a C-check and it wasn't repainted as a cost cutting measure. Same as with Olympic's fleet shortly before the airline's end.
Flybe announced today that they " could be finished and wound up "at their 4th March AGM if the current rescue plan, the only one submitted, isn't approved. Yikes ! no pressure then... I believe they're talking about "FLYBE GROUP PLC" which is the group that owns the airline, &q...Jump to post
My main thinking behind this is because obviously BE is mainly UK regional destinations which to me VS etc will want to drop. Are they going to be bothered about JER-GCI or JER-BRS that Blue Islands could carry on? I think there is need to think outside the box here. Virgin failed with Little Red, ...Jump to post
Highly likely the aircraft are summer-only leases from Titan Airways or someone like SmartLynx, just like last year. Jethro's (http://www.jethros.org.uk) is now listing that G-POWN, G-POWU, G-POWV and an unspecific A321 from SmartLynx will be leased to Jet2 this summer... to be based at STN and BHX.Jump to post
Personally, I would like to see London Heathrow and Manchester operations called Virgin Connect, and the rest of the operations called Stobart and operated under Stobart. Companies such as Eastern Airways and Blue Islands could then franchise under the Stobart brand, and therefore be a division bet...Jump to post
Here you go... the Virgin landed at LHR early morning on the 7th April 2007 if that's correct?
VS201 HKG-LHR G-VFOX 07 April 2007
BE1503 EXT-CDG G-JECI 25 May 2010
BE705 EXT-NCL G-FLBB 31 May 2010
BE706 NCL-EXT G-JECY 02 June 2010
Feel free to PM if you need anything else!
We know that all 24 are going to Jetran. That company, in turn, has of course contracted to sell 20 of the 24 to Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM) I’ve found the information about the 20 aircraft going to ATSG from Jetran, however I can’t find the news about American selling all 24 to Jetran. Is ther...Jump to post
Expo 2020 Sustainability (Green)<11>: A380-861 A6-EEW A380-861 A6-EEZ A380-861 A6-EOJ A380-861 A6-EOK A380-861 A6-EOL A380-861 A6-EON A380-861 A6-EOW B777-31H(ER) A6-ENB B777-31H(ER) A6-ENH B777-31H(ER) A6-EPI B777-31H(ER) A6-EPU Expo 2020 Opportunity (Orange)<10>: A380-861 A6-EEY A380-861 A6-EOA A...Jump to post
I was under the impression they did code share but I just looked at the arrivals on the SOU website and it appears that they don't, I could have sworn that that did but obviously not. Regardless of that SOU losing KLM is a huge loss to the airport :-( A few years ago KLM use to codeshare with Flybe...Jump to post
CALTECH wrote:7512 737MAX-9.. 512 43449 N47512 7361 19
7513 737MAX-9.. 513 64494 N37513 7394 19
Anyone know how often Google updates their satellite imagery? Back when they had both 3-D and 2-D satellite, the 2-D was ALWAYS being updated. Then, to infuriate the flat-earthers, Google did away with the newer version, and made sure their map view zoomed out to a spherical view as well. The probl...Jump to post
For the last 17 years JMC then TCX have operated two 757-300’s out of the UK, latterly ex LGW. Today G-JMAB was ferried to LTN in preparation for its permanent transfer to Condor. G-JMAA wIll follow in January 2019 marking the end of 757 ops with TCX and the end of 757-300 ops in the UK. Great look...Jump to post
So could Loganair and bmi merge? Would there be any advantage in doing so? There probably wouldn't be any benefit to do so; Loganair is a much-loved and very Scottish brand - which wouldn't work down in the South of England where bmi seem to concentrate most of their operations. Likewise, the publi...Jump to post
Re. Blue Islands and Eastern Airways....if and when Flybe gets bought by someone else, would these franchises be bought as well? Not sure how it works with franchises.... No, Flybe doesn't own Blue Islands or Eastern Airways. Basically (someone can correct me if I'm wrong): Blue Islands and Eastern...Jump to post
Loganair and bmi are under the same ownership Aurigny is state-owned Eastern Airways and Blue Islands are both independent but flying under the Flybe franchise In theory, none of them are really competing with each other - minus Aurigny vs Flybe Eastern Airways is owned by U.S.-based Bristow Group a...Jump to post
The next show-stopper is finance and leases. The DH8D fleet has some weird subleases involving Pinnacle It was Republic Airlines that they leased the Q400s from, however Republic rejected those aircraft in bankruptcy so Flybe now lease five of them directly from Nordic Aviation Capital and they pur...Jump to post
CALTECH wrote:Nose# Type...........Serial#..N#.......Fuse#..YR.........Fleet Code
7511 737MAX-9 43449 N27511 7338......19 ........42 / 61
7512 737MAX-9 43449 N47512 7361......19 ........42 / 61
Etihad has sent an Airbus A330-300 (A6-AFE: https://www.planespotters.net/airframe/Airbus/A330/A6-AFE-Etihad-Airways/Xo4auyD) to Teruel in Spain for storage, does anyone know if this is temporary for the winter or are the A330-300s leaving the Etihad fleet? At the moment only A6-AFA nad A6-AFB are a...Jump to post
OA260, that is fantastic! No need to say anything more. That is what I thought sometimes a picture says a thousand words ! But what is Thatcher doing in that picture?!?!? Not knowing the history of that picture it seems to me as if she has taken tissues out of her bag to cover a livery she doesn't ...Jump to post
Flybe Stobart Air are ending Budapest, Glasgow, Manchester, Milan, Prague and Vienna - all some time between October 2018 and January 2019. I don't think FlyBe Stobart Air have the resources to fully market and develop routes from SEN over a longer period of time. Still, give them credit for giving...Jump to post
I might have missed in previous threads, but why is TC-LCF delivered as 2nd 737 max8 for TK after TC-LCA instead of TC-LCB to -CE? The aircraft have been allocated their registrations in order with their construction numbers, however aircraft are not rolled out in the same order... so TC-LCF has ac...Jump to post
Small Planet Germany declares insolvency Small Planet Airlines Germany GmbH, a part of Small Planet Group, has commenced a restructuring process. The German Civil Aviation Authority has no objections that the Air Operator’s License will remain in place and therefore, all scheduled flights of Small ...Jump to post
Bukovyna, an operator in Ukraine, took some American MD80s last year - so maybe another one for them?Jump to post