Well, you can always get your 737NG with SFP kit.
http://boeing.mediaroom.com/2006-07-31- ... age-to-GOL
I would expect that solved the problem.
Hopefully LH will be able to oversee their complicated pilot situation. At least for the customer it stays simple, seeing only LH and EW, so from a marketing perspective there seems to be no problem. We have classic LH mainline. Then the A 340s operated by Cityline under LH brand. EW operated by AB...Jump to post
Like what other posters said, I think it's definitely not a sure thing yet. Delta is a buyer that is well-known to be price-sensitve. If Boeing offers a killer-price which Airbus is not willing to match, it will be a no brainer for DL. But with all the recent top-up orders for A321CEOs, the momentu...Jump to post
Besides LH Group, 6 other bids received for AZ. EasyJet confirmed as one. Administrators plan to review them through April. http://www.travelweekly.co.uk/articles/289920/easyjet-and-lufthansa-make-alitalia-bids http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/report-lufthansa-preparing-alitalia-bid-st...Jump to post
Please continue to discuss LH offer here:
I think it would be way too early to lock the thread, so for the time being it will remain open.
Here it is another, updated, article:
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-alit ... SKBN1CL191
As there is nothing more to say about the launch, thread will be locked.
Please also see ongoing discussion here:
Well the current focus of MAB is North Asia (China, Korea and Japan) and that market is perfect for the A330-900. However CEO Bellew did note at the 787-9 MoU signing that MH was considering restarting terminated services to AMS, CDG and LAX as well as new services to SFO and JFK. AMS and CDG seem ...Jump to post
Let us not also forget that the six A350-900s incoming are leased frames designed specifically to replace the A380-800 services to LHR. I expect the engines are under RR TotalCare maintenance contracts and would not be surprised if the airframes are covered by non-MAB maintenance contracts, as well...Jump to post
flee wrote:With regards to the B787-9 MoU, I have no idea where it will fit in but I suspect it will have some impact on the order for their A330-300 replacements.
Nobody can deny that the development is bad for the customer, however any party was free to overbid LH for the AB ops. Short term yes, medium to long term other carriers have the possibility to open up new domestic routes. I know airports like DUS are having issues with free slots, but in this very...Jump to post
I agree. It offers unrivalled comfort in economy and no noticeable difference in Business to the 787. It won't do routes of the length the 787-9 can do but then the A350 can do that and MH already have A350 on order with delivery imminent. I can see the NEO getting a solid footing in the Malaysia-N...Jump to post
I have not seen any official seatmap of the 787-10 for SQ besides mentioning the new regional C class. Was it confirmed that they will be 9 abreast in Y? I know this is just cabin talk but when I flew SIN-AMS on A359 I was asking the flight manager about the A359 and his opinion about it. He said gr...Jump to post
The linked story in the post above by ap305 makes clear, why MH leased the six A330 from Air Berlin - to buy time. The last sentence is interesting. Bellew also said the proposed longer-range version of the A330neo could be “an interesting aircraft”. Well an MOU is just an MOU and no firm order. Le...Jump to post
Looks like we're back to square one with this new bridge loan. The government will likely acknowledge no company wanted to take AZ as a whole and launch a new sale offer to delay any decision until after the elections in spring. I feel like a cynic, but that "loan" shows that AZ won't be ...Jump to post
Did they order with APU or just Prop-Brake? I hope they ordered APU, after learning how the prop brake works I am no fan of it Is empire not a major operator? Genuine question. It's hard to qualify it because they are currently the only U.S. operator of ATRs with a fleet of 21 total ATRs. 9K is ope...Jump to post
Rome, Berlin and Amsterdam might get (re) connected. SYD, MIA.. BER? Before they ever operate BER they are joining NH at DUS. This route had been operated in the past. Even MUC would be a better option before BER. BER is leisure oriented and as far I can understand that is not the target audience J...Jump to post
I have created a new thread on that topic and moved the posts accordingly. Please do not post in old threads which are inactive for more than six months.
Here is the link to the old thread:
I have merged parts 1, 2 and 3. Title has been changed accordingly.
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Please continue your discussion for the Boeing order here:
Thread will for the time not be locked because there could be another order in the Pipeline as stated above.
And also to clarify before someone corrects. IAG have ordered both CFM and P&W for A320neo family aircraft. BA, IB and EI will have CFM and Vueling will take the P&W engines. Is this simply IAG hedging its bets, or is there a cost-effectiveness rationale? I think it's all to do with current...Jump to post
Came across this recently. For all the examples of the media making unbelievable mistakes about aviation, this has to be the worst I've ever seen. https://deadspin.com/pranked-tv-station-reports-ho-lee-fuk-wi-tu-lo-as-758955806 You are several years late to the party, bub, but yeah, it was pretty r...Jump to post
Speaking of their ATR's... Does anyone know anything about N807HC/N810HC/N811HC? All three are ATR72 freighters, but I can't find ANY info on them, if they've even been painted or flown since they've been acquired. Anyone able to shed any light? Aircraft details are available at planespotters.net o...Jump to post
It's easy to slam those criticizing Hawaii as a destination, but proof is in the pudding. Why aren't there operators rushing to set this up? It's obvious the demand isn't there. It's not that Hawaii doesn't offer enough that's unique. It certainly does. But I would argue cost is a major deterrent. ...Jump to post
May I point out that this thread is titled "A350 Production and Delivery Thread." Please keep it on message. I was going to point out that there was a relationship to a350 production and delivery - right up until I read the post below yours. I wholeheartedly agree that sticking to the rea...Jump to post
anshabhi wrote:This documentary might be of some help..
Last year when I was in the US I decided I need to fly on the Mad Dogs before it was too late. Very soon I realized that AA was not an option, because it was difficult to get a Mad Dog flying around East Coast. I was in DC and NYC. DL was promising. I spent hours on dummy bookings on their website. ...Jump to post
The original stringers were designed too strong What are stringers? Pic? They're CFRP structures (they look like planks) that connect the wing with the wingbox (which also has stringers running it's entire width). http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2426/3660320903_f34aefbe26_o.jpg Exactly, found this o...Jump to post
For those interested in reading the previous thread about the altitide restriction, it can be found here:
The altitude restriction has been removed. Please continue your discussion in the new thread:
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Here is a source in English:
https://us.invertalia.net/news/panamani ... zuela-8738
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Rule nothing out. If a manufacturer gives Thomas Cook Group the right deal then they will take it. Loyalties count for very little when it's a massive, multi billion dollar transaction. So whilst I would think Airbus might have their "ear" at the moment, don't discount Boeing for a moment...Jump to post
I agree with the problem and disagree with the solution. The solution is to heavily disincentivize the bad behavior - possibly by harsh penalties/temporary bans on travel and/or arrests. The 99% of people who aren't drunken fools shouldn't be punished. Valid point to base the decision on the indivi...Jump to post
Well sometimes you won't realize your neighbour is drunken until the plane is in the air, so I think a ban would be a better decision, but if they are already drunken during boarding I fully agree.
Anyway I cannot imagine that the duty free stores would like that.