monomojo wrote:Midwest2K wrote:7673mech wrote:
Or ATL, AUS, BNA, BOS, CLE, CLT, CMH, CVG, DFW, DTW, EWR, IAD, IAH, IND, JFK, MCI, MSP, ORD, PHL, PIT, RDU, STL, or the airport of the week.
woohoo, let's talk MCO!
For those of you who are mentioning YVR, the title of this thread clearly says "US West Coast". That consists of SEA, PDX, LAS, RNO, SFO/SJC/OAK/SMF, LAX/ONT, SAN As for what I think are likely and unlikely to happen: - Some people on here have mentioned LAS. I think this could work, and I...Jump to post
OAG 8/19/2018: AA CLT-PDX DEC 1.9>1.5[1.8] AA ORD-PDX DEC 2>1.9[1.5] AS OAK-PDX JAN 3>2 FEB 3>2 AS PDX-PSP JAN 1.4>2[1.1] FEB 1.3>2[1.3] MAR 1.3>2[1.8] APR 1.3>2 AS PDX-RNO JAN 2>3 FEB 2>3 MAR 2>3 APR 2>3 MAY 2>3 AS PDX-TUS JAN 1.0>1.8[1.0] FEB 1.0>2[1.0] MAR 1.0>1.3[1.0] DL...Jump to post
Found this out when I saw TPA's Airport Wikipedia article had the destinations table eliminated. Followed by another user saying no consensus has yet been made on the change yet. The table to me is really useful, from everything from real life to a flight simulator tool. It's cool and interesting t...Jump to post
Shouldn't flightradar24 flight history, in theory, be proof that an airline regularly operates a route, and as the data is all factual, is that not a valid source? In theory, you're absolutely correct. But per Wikipedia guidelines, sources need to be things such as news articles and official press ...Jump to post
As a frequent Wikipedia user/editor, the problem with using Wikipedia to add/remove destinations is that it's hard to keep the tables themselves up to date, since probably less than 25% of destinations listed there actually have obtainable online sources, especially for regional airlines such as Sky...Jump to post
I hear a buzz around from the Port of Portland folks that is sounds like NCA (Nippon Cargo Airlines) will be starting freighter service to PDX. If this is true, what a great addition. I do know for certain that the Port's air recruiting people did a proposal for service with ANA which owns NCA to s...Jump to post
They just need to pull out of DAL so WN can run more full 738's outta here. I’m sure helping a competitor fill more planes at an airport they already dominate is a top priority for AS... Especially if it's WN. AS won't make it that easy. Agreed with others, that the 320's are best used elsewhere du...Jump to post
So, does F9 plan or announced service to Costa Rica cause it’s now showing up on the map. Not any service there but the country showing up. Anyone think some new Cemtral American routes might be coming? Think any could come from RDU? Frontier just launched a huge partnership/codeshare network with ...Jump to post
I see more thin routes to more cities in the US, perhaps the all-year PDX flight that others are talking about. Yes, I'd love for this route to go year-round! However, I don't think this is in the future for AC, as I've heard from others that this route is mainly in place to take in some of the PDX...Jump to post
FriscoHeavy wrote:FlyRow wrote:That's bad timing at the peak of the summer season. If i'd guess they'll handle about 150.00 passengers today, even half of that is a lot if non depart.
Handle 150 passengers today? That's equivalent to about 1 flight on a 737.
Did you mean 150,000?
Over the last four to five years of traveling through SEA, I am truly amazed at the volume of traffic that goes through that airport today. Queues can be quite a pain sometimes, but it's just cool to see such a crowded airport. It's kind of fun to watch! I agree. SEA is definitely one of the fastes...Jump to post
Oh interesting, I was checking the wrong days I guess (I was trying to book for a Friday which they operate in the summer). But I don't see anything on Wed, Monday and Saturday work fine. Reduced to 2 weekly? I am still finding it on Wednesday. It's still 3x weekly, no change. I noticed on Google F...Jump to post
Maybe a less than daily flight to JFK...? Other than that, I don't think anything else could successfully work right now...Jump to post
HA25 PDX-HNL was delayed for almost 17 hours yesterday; left PDX at 1:35 AM: https://www.google.com/search?q=Hawaiian+Airlines+25&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS761US761&oq=Hawaiian+Airlines+25&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Ouch! Definitely not a good way to start off a Hawai...Jump to post
Per FlightAware: https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N828AX N828AX has been flying some Aer Lingus flights to/from DUB (Dublin, Ireland) including their DUB-DFW and DUB-BOS routes. Does anyone know how long they've been leasing these aircraft for? FlightAware says that N828AX is an A330, but it's ac...Jump to post
BenflysDTW wrote:I would also like to see a few flights a week to SEA on KL metal.
santi319 wrote:Its funny how Americans will push mental evaluations on mechanics due to a once in a lifetime incident, but completely ignore Gun regulations.... its so interesting to me the way that works... cant make this up
Cubsrule wrote:alasizon wrote:Flightaware is the least accurate of all sites.
That depends on the part of the world in question. It’s accurate to the minute in the States.
It's going to start flying to OGG in the next few months, so I'd say yes, the 7M9 is capable of flying there. As for SNA, I doubt it, but you never know. Right now, UA's 7M9s are primarily on routes to/from IAH as well as SFO/LAX to Hawaii. I think there's a good possibility that at least one of UA...Jump to post
All of their scheduled service is on the ERJ-145's. Is the rest charter? Yes, the EMB-120's and Citations are only used for charters. However, I rarely see them even flying anymore. I think they started having trouble getting parts for the EMB-120's (I think the freight operators out west snatch th...Jump to post
Can someone provide a synopsis of ViaAir? I've never heard of them....and those fliers probably wished they never had either. They're kind of similar to OneJet (if you've heard of them). As others have already said, the DOT will give the airline a huge fine for that... Does anyone know if SY receiv...Jump to post
QX2531 SEA-PDX also just returned to SEA: https://flightaware.com/live/flight/QXE ... /KSEA/KSEAJump to post
I wouldn't be too surprised to see QF run an A330 on SYD-TPE.
Also maybe Qatar to DOH...?
Ethiopian to ADD (maybe with a stop at a different airport)...?
I'm surprised at no BA PDX-LHR. Why? (1) PDX-LHR is in no way a particularly large LON market, (2) it already has a full-service airline offering the LHR route nonstop, and (3) Portland also has multiple other European nonstops which would compete against it for connections. It's not to say that BA...Jump to post
I was sure they flew from LAX, but apparently only from LGB. A majority of the airplanes we fly into LAX are Mint configured A321's, so there's no way to make that profitable. And LGB-SFO is or will be dramatically reduced. I wish JetBlue could make it work on the west coast, but they're perfectly ...Jump to post
https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/flights/2018/08/07/southwest-airlines-has-no-plans-service-palm-springs-airport/927600002/ This article was released today, saying that Southwest will not be serving PSP anytime soon. I swear there's been threads popping up left and right about people wondering ...Jump to post
Any plans for additional service to PDX. I flew into my new home airport Sunday night. Place was crazy busy at 12:30AM. Seems PDX has a lot of redeye departures, as well as a lot of flights that come in at the same hour. Saw a few 800's at the gates, including the one I was on. I realize it is prob...Jump to post
How about the MD90? Sure it’s still operated by DL but there were only 116 ever built. Flew one SLC-PDX in the mid 2000s, just like an MD80 series but MUCH quieter! Bae 146? Also not many built, 387 in all (including RJ85/100) Flew one ORD-ATW-ORD in the early 2000s. Sat right at the wing, the high...Jump to post