Why is the A321 livery the only one that has a mask? The A321 picture, from the website, looks like the NEO version, so maybe that is why? I'm just guessing. I'm as perplexed as you are. It is a NEO. Do they plan to have a mask on it as a way to make it distinguishable due to its capabilities for t...Jump to post
A wish I have is for Air Transat to start scheduled service between YYZ and YVR/YYC/YEG 2-3 times per day. It's time. I'm all for it, even though I don't know how successful they'd be. But before starting regular domestic ops, they must finish the transition from B737s to A320s and develop that fle...Jump to post
According to the report below in French only , HNA Group has decided to divest itself from these two former Swissair's companies. Apparently, 49% of Gategroup has already been sold discretly early July to Temasek and RRJ Capital for an unknown amount of money. The money HNA owes amount to about 50 b...Jump to post
in the late 1980's AA could not send their economy passengers via the west coast since they didn't have any other Tokyo NRT flights. Here's a seat map showing their three-classes on the 74L, including 78Y. https://frequentlyflying.boardingarea.com/vintage-airline-seat-map-american-airlines-boeing-7...Jump to post
Just a little FYI-the vast majority of people won’t know a flight-especially a new one-by the numbers. Most people wouldn’t know, for example, that LH 428/429 is MUC-CLT, a route that has been around for years, but someone might be able to give input if your thread contained the routing. Although w...Jump to post
Surprisingly to me, they managed to make it nonstop between YYZ and FRA with a B757-300. Don't know how many passengers were on board. https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airc ... f#1d6932bfJump to post
whywhyzee wrote:The 757 was a rescue flight for a 767 that went AOG yesterday.
Not long ago I started thread about a Condor 757-300s that was diverting to YUL. It was flying as DE2402/CFG2402 from FRA to N/A destination, but due to the diversion I suspect it was headed to YYZ. When doing a search for the flight number in F24, there's currently another flight DE2402/ CFG 402 on...Jump to post
Was most ptobably headed to YYZ before diverting since weather is bad there wirh many flights on hold or diverted, including TS to YOW.
The aircraft will come from Air Caraïbes and operate as follow:
https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... -sep-2018/
Well, this is pure genius. Flair has raised the white flag on Swoop's 2 aircraft operation and has decided to take their ball and move to YYZ at the end of October. YYZ is easily the highest cost airport in North America, not to mention a utilization killer. It's also Air Canada's hub, meaning that...Jump to post
Must be nice to see all the fireworks from 10k feet.
Y V R June: 2,373,101 +10,3% Domestic: 1,114,557 +8,4% International total: 1,258,544 +12% Asia Pacific: 398,936 +14% Europe: 220,991 +13,1% Transborder: 591,100 +8,3% January-June: 12,387,991 +9,1% Domestic: 5,891,806 +7,2% International total: 6,496,185 +10,8% Asia Pacific: 2,156,296 +13,7% Europ...Jump to post
Y U L June : 1,765,846 +10,2% Domestic: 669,500 +5,4% International: 714,867 +13,4% Trans-border: 381,479 +13,4% Q2 : 4,776,791 +7,1% Domestic: 1,819,592 +4% International: 1,851,662 +8,5% Trans-border: 1,105,537 +9,8% 6 months : 9,164,027 +7,0% Domestic: 3,297,267 +3,8% International: 3,697,524 +8...Jump to post
It will be twice weekly until the end of April
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/ ... -1.4358383
seahawk wrote:It was a standard go-around. Calm down.
YOWVIEWER wrote:Also noticed your amazing video of the A380 diversion from the weekend.
Here's a video of his final landing: https://youtu.be/6qLyOT2_m5EJump to post
It's because he managed to glide and land Air Transat's flight #236 in the Azores, saving the lives of 306 people in the process, that he's become a well known figure in commercial aviation. Later today he's going to pilot his very last flight, a special one, out of YUL heading east to overfly Québe...Jump to post
Flights should be operated by either 788, 789 or 77L. At least that's what ET plans to do so far.
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... -dec-2017/
caribb wrote:I'm not sure if anyone mentioned this but London is one of the wealthiest cities in Canada or at least in amongst a cluster of wealthier cities so it's not totally outlandish to propose flights to Europe from it's airport.
They might get some intra-candian LCC-service, but everything else is a dream. Same for YHM and YKF. I think that too, at least for the forseable future. I only know of five (AC, WS, TS, WG and 5T for the Celebrity X Fly & Cruise charters), unless they're counting cargo airlines That's what I c...Jump to post
They hope/expect to get flights to YUL, YHZ and somewhere in the U.S. and Europe. Not sure where in Europe, perhaps London, imagine that, flying from London to London ;), unless the CEO is trying to attract Norwegian, Icelandair or WOW. YXU is in the middle of a catchment area of 1.7 million populat...Jump to post
Once weekly BRQ-FUE and twice weekly for both BTS-CTA and KSC-LCA. Apparently they plan to add an A320 to fly from Brno.
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... es-in-s18/
N14AZ wrote:Any idea which US-American company might be interested in converting A380s into freighters?
Does anyone have more history on this plane? How many cycles and when was it delivered? I don't have the number of cycles, but I don't expect to be high either back in 2007 or even ten years later since the a340 was mostly used on long-haul to Asia, South America, South Africa, and U.S. West Coast ...Jump to post
The arrival of French Blue on the Reunion Island's market is only maintaining the competition on the French market. "Why aren't battling on routes served by Norwegian? Air Austral is seriously suffering from it. What is the positive impact of French Blue. One cuts the fares but it's not a good ...Jump to post
armchairceonr1 wrote:I don't understand, where this info come from. AY owned those four aircraft and AY had buyback deal with Airbus of those. How you can return your own aircraft to lessor?
Source: Skyliner Jump to postAirbus A340 -313 938 OH-LQE Finnair ferried 04oct17 HEL-LDE, all white, on return to lessor
Earlier this week, OH-LQE, last of four delivered new to AY back in 2008, has been ferried to LDE on return to lessor. These four aircraft, delivered in 2007-2008 are now all stored, what are the chances for them to fly again with an airline, and what sort of airline?Jump to post
- Will operate under 1 brand. Which one? - Aim to grow combined fleet from 48 to 80. Current order of both airlines bring them to that? Will they shed the Airbus or Boeing fleets? - PRG to become significant connecting hub in Central Europe Will they go full LCC or continue to muddle through with t...Jump to post