Skyteam just might be the strongest in Asia, Korean Air, China Airlines, China Southern, China Eastern, Vietnam Airlines, Garuda, Shanghai Airlines, Xiamen. Star - Air China, Asiana, ANA, EVA, Singapore, Thai, Shenzen China Southern and Eastern are among the top 10 airlines in the world. Star only ...Jump to post
As a Giants fan, this plane looks sad, kind of like the Giants season.Jump to post
I am as nostalgic as anyone about the NRT operation. I've been a lifelong DL widget-bleeding fan, and I get this - yet am sad. I'm convinced we will see Asia for DL become more like Europe for DL. A few years ago (early part of this decade?) DL stopped their last onward Europe destination of India ...Jump to post
IB flew to CAI and AMM for many years, but never BEY. ME BEY MAD would do very well during the summer and holidays based on O&D as Spain is obviously a very popular destination though I think that BCN as a city has the edge. Problem is ME's main partner is AF. They would need flights timed to i...Jump to post
Shocked that the D is not DTWJump to post
I think NRT/PDX will stay, and we might see KE frames on that route. I also think that DL has its eye on CGO (Xinzheng International, the "Apple City" airport), and the dozen or so more aerotropoleis (not a typo, the "suffix" is Greek) emerging in CN. "China has many specia...Jump to post
Also, there is still a sizable population who are drawn to the prestige of JFK as "THE NY airport" or SFO as "THE SF airport," and may not know how far EWR or SJC are from Manhattan or SF’s Financial District respectively. SFO and OAK are ~equidistant to downtown SF; SJC is 50 m...Jump to post
Having lived in the bay area for a long time. All 3 airports are strongly subject to economics booms and busts. We have been in a boom the past few years and all these flight have been added at all 3 airports. When the downturn comes(and I hope not soon) going to see a lot of these flights disappear...Jump to post
AFter reading this site for years and contributing over the last year. I thought I would start a thread of top 10 topics on airliners.net. Here is my top 10 10) Snide remarks on Spirti/Allegiant/Frontier 9) Airbus vs Boeing 8) anything around the 757 and possible new versions 7) Weekly OAG updates 6...Jump to post
Delta flight 54 still operates IAH (M88) ATL (763) LOS. ATL is geographically positioned to pick up the Texas to Nigeria traffic while UA cut off most the eastern US to Nigeria and added a couple hours to the flight time. DL does not have IAH-JFK service to connect to its JFK-LOS flight. Not that y...Jump to post
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... arch-2018/
First add by DL to Africa in quite a while.
British Rock God it says. I know highly associated with Britain, but he was born and lived until almost grown in Zanzibar.Jump to post
My home airport is SFO, probably not likely but a couple South American Routes, BOG and GRUJump to post
I was looking at DL in LAS and surprised that they are up to 22 destinations served. This includes, routes, that seem odd, like BUR-LAS, PDX-LAS, and OAK-LAS. I know that some of the routes are weekend only, but seems like a lot there for non hub/focus city. I did not include the short term, AMS, SE...Jump to post
Del Bajio,serves Guanajuato and Leon Mexico.Jump to post
STL, BOS, CLT, ONT(not a hub), BHM(not a hub), CMH(was a hub for HP then), DTW, NRT, IST, FRA, JNB, GRU, GDLJump to post
Out of curiosity, and I know off the main topic, but how does this compare to AA at LHR or UA at FRA or even DL at CDG? Both of those questions were answered on the first page of this thread. Thanks JBS, I see that now, but was looking for the detail of flights similar to what is posted for DL at AMSJump to post
jbs2886 wrote:bfitzflyer wrote:Out of curiosity, and I know off the main topic, but how does this compare to AA at LHR or UA at FRA or even DL at CDG?
Both of those questions were answered on the first page of this thread.
Interesting if you consider, 25 years ago or so, KLM owned a percentage of NW. Now here we are with DL owning and NW and have a 10 percent stake in KLM/AF.Jump to post
Some of this will take care of itself I think. Aren't they going to make it so that you can go from A to G without having to go through security. Not sure on timing, but I see it here on terminal development site http://media.flysfo.com.s3.amazonaws.com/default/about/Terminal_Development_Projects.pd...Jump to post
Nothing earth shattering here, Airbus will be around for a while, but ultimately sounds like back to all Boeing.
https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/new ... yptr=yahoo
Frontier and Spirit sure make things interesting. They truly will try anything. Not that it sticks a lot of the time, but admire their creativity. It is rare when you see this from any of the big carriers.Jump to post
Don't normally like to focus on negatives, but I always see posts that speculate about new service., Like the one right now on Nashville to Europe. On the flip side, what cities are over served with flights. Obviously some of the large hubs. An example I would give is all of a sudden the bay area al...Jump to post
Slow SEA buildup continues by DL, add of MFR and increase on AUS.Jump to post
[ NW was the first operator of the 747-400, if any retro livery should be put on one of the remaining 747-400's by Delta , ONLY NW makes sense. And neither is this. So the point is to have delta which essentially the the final nail in pan am's coffin do a tribute for pan am on aircraft that was acq...Jump to post