Still no AS A320 rendering? C'mon AS, throw us A.netters a bone! We want to see "Proudly all Boeing" written on an AirbusJump to post
In the coming days Alaska Airlines will hold a press conference and events that’ll unveil their new “brand identity” as they work toward integrating Virgin America into their system and product. Here’s a sneak peak at what you can expect: The new company’s name will remain Alaska Airlines Virgin Am...Jump to post
Your friends might be having some fun with an early April Fool's joke
In all seriousness, the timing could not be more "interesting" if it is indeed the case.
EDIT: May 1, not April 1st my bad.
Pavlakakos wrote:Am i the only one seeing paranoia here?
Even more interesting are routes other than EWR-SFO: N2331U IAD-SFO IAD-SFO!?! Yep, saw N2331U at the end of the D concourse yesterday. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/xdQTxuErSBGd6mKNwctadgkBZP6vLYgaE3TnsqH16BeqSaIiwjn5qasqdbGaTV0v0so_K0BHdiw8wAnkDwZjSayyGuJP19wYdsykXTXyjxDpP7RJCatUVOQuDzD5ov0or...Jump to post
Even more interesting are routes other than EWR-SFO: N2331U IAD-SFO/ORD-SFO/EWR-SFO N2332U EWR-SFO N2333U ORD-EWR It looks like N2333U has consistently been flying ORD-EWR-ORD for at least 4 days, so it is most likely the aircraft you saw. So in theory, you can currently fly the UA 77W on: EWR-SFO E...Jump to post
One side effect of this ban. this will reduce the flow of ME3 trip reports. Yeah, lot of people love using big cameras with zoom and wide angles for TR's, which will be useless now. I have a feeling that permitted smartphones with some type of zoom/wide angle lenses like the iPhone 7 Plus will soon...Jump to post
SOMEBODY, PLEASE CHANGE THE TITLE
This thread is at 269 replies and the title is still RJ!?! It is well established that RJ did not independently decide to ban electronics!
Emirates has issued this following statement on their website: Cabin luggage restrictions to the United States "The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has issued a directive regarding electronic devices in cabin luggage on US routes from Dubai. As per the directive, except for medica...Jump to post
Perhaps those intelligence reports suggest that there might be some employees assisting the terrorist in certain airports? Like the poster above said, the ban isn't really on airlines. Perhaps they do, but in that case US security either didn't show them to their UK counterparts, or their UK counte...Jump to post
This is timely, from EK: https://youtu.be/as6ZEuo0IrE Give whoever put that together a raise, because that's about as good a PR move as they could make under the circumstances. EK is literally the only airline where somebody could be satisfied with the ICE catalog, not touch PED's the entire flight...Jump to post
Theseus wrote:Given how widespread this seems to be (airlines, airports, randomness...), the current title should really be updated to something more fair.
A lot of companies are utilizing the cloud more and more. This should negate the effect of needing "your" laptop. This is the second dumbest thing I've read on this topic today. There is a internet cafe in Dubai or Doha. Go there and do some work on your "cloud". Glad to see tha...Jump to post
I think part of the problem that many legacy airlines fail to understand is that people pay more to fly them becuase they are legacy; if they wanted to buy a cheaper ticket, they would buy from a LCC. BA is making the classic mistake of eliminating any differentiation between itself and Ryanair, thu...Jump to post
Hello A.net, With the uncertainty that has been unleashed in the form of subsidy allegations, travel bans, and electronic restrictions, I think it is safe to say that the next few years will determine whether the ME3 will become a victim of a decline initiated not by the market or financial failure,...Jump to post
The dumb part about all of this is, if there was a credible threat, wouldn't the "badguys" just switch airlines since the ban is public now? Yep and I think that's why there upset with RJ for letting the cat out of the bag. RJ forced their hand on coming forward with it now, so the ban wi...Jump to post
DiamondFlyer wrote:If they're that dangerous, ban they from flying period, passenger plane or cargo plane...
Putting lithium batteries in your checked luggage as opposed to you carry-on luggage is actually a violation of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. As RJ is an IATA member they should not (willingly) allow passengers to put the lithium batteries in their checked bags.. Martijn And what's going to...Jump to post
codc10 wrote:This is a bigger deal than RJ. Stay tuned.
Ammad wrote:Apparently, this Airline prefers to keep an air of mystery about them.
One major issue with Song (and the ilk) was that business fliers wanted the standard Delta experience but that was not an options on some routes. Some people DO fly to Orlando for business. This, this and 100 times this. Song also flew JFK-LAS, my company at the time put me on a Song flight connect...Jump to post
No, IAH does not have slots. But depending on the proposed schedule, it very well may have to do with the ability to handle the flight at Terminal D. There is no room at all during the peak times from around 1pm to 6pm. I would think any slot issues would be on the Shanghai end. Yes, D is very busy...Jump to post
I got the no window twice, both on a DL MD-90 on ATL-TPA. It's really awful and I always wonder what the point is, I'm sure there are some folks on here who could enlighten us as to why.Jump to post
Flew through IAH yesterday. I was under the impression that C was open, but it is not. Despite that, it is essentially finished based on what I could gather from the view at the Skyway station and the modern glass looks really nice, can't wait to try it! https://farm1.staticflickr.com/645/3262359154...Jump to post
The timing of this thread is perfect for me. I was actually on a UA flight out of IAH yesterday on a 739ER and we sat on the holding pad at 15L for over 20 minutes because the captain said "they were waiting for weight and balance info to be uploaded to the aircraft computers." This was th...Jump to post
Kudos to IAH! I have no idea how IAH attracts so many airlines!?! I know the oil is there, but there is no comparison between IAH and DFW just a few hours north! I was there just yesterday, stunned at the lineup, and not pictured is Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Eva, Korean, Singapore, and Turkis...Jump to post
I think CX has to start taking more risks, particularly with its route network. In the US, EK has thrown a lot of stuff at the wall, some of it stuck and others didn't. They need to strengthen their JV/Oneworld partners and leverage it to start new routes. IMHO, CX is way too conservative in this re...Jump to post
Wouldn't it have been better if they used the old ATC tower itself as the observation deck?
But hey, that's just me.
MaksFly wrote:...or.... it just may be...MAY BE that their business is experiencing a slowdown and they are using this as an excuse as any company would do.
Damn, I got excited for a second!
What exactly was this charter for anyway?
Yeah I was really saddened to learn about it too. FR24 is great, but Mobiata really did make the most useful apps out there for avgeeks or just people in general. There really is no equivalent to either FlightBoard or FlightTrack, it was so easy to use, to find info quickly without wasting a massive...Jump to post
For how much time was the bizjet diving? ie. How many ft/min? This reminds me of China Airlines flight 006, although that plunged 30,000 feet. Nevertheless, kudos to the excellent crew on this flight, by the sounds of things, this could have ended very differently. "Caution wake turbulence"...Jump to post
LAX772LR wrote:jumbojet wrote:with the KLM 747 gone, its just not the same. RIP Maho Beach.
Hardly. They got rid of an old/obsolete model, for a more modern aircraft that enables a nonstop.
Win-win all around.
PlymSpotter wrote:$5m USD for a 23+ year old ex PIA A310... the enquiry should be into how they sold it for that much!
No words for this.
http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/ ... ng-runway/
Hello A.net, I am flying through IAH Terminal C next week, and I have heard that it is opening some time in March. After checking Twitter, I noticed that one person indicated that it actually opened today! Is this a soft launch? And also, is it connected airside by the train to the other terminals? ...Jump to post
I came across an Interesting article on CBS DFW today: "American Brat Pack: Where Airline CEOs Came Of Age" http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2011/12/29/american-brat-pack-where-airline-ceos-came-of-age/ I did a Google search, and the "brat pack" is actually a thing apparently. What I'm no...Jump to post
A lot of people think that an offsite rental car facility is a waste of money- in the short term it is. But the #1 rule for all airports is expand now if you have the time and money, not later when you need it. I think it is good that they are taking the initiative to expand, and they can turn the o...Jump to post
Some food for thought: Boeing has a 797 left to do, almost certainly the long awaited MOM plane. Airbus meanwhile has the A360, the A370, and the A390. It is conceivable to think that once the era of the A380 is over, the market for VLA will not magically vanish. Much like the MD80 and 747, the mark...Jump to post