http://www.thisisinsider.com/aura-private-airline-first-class-experience-for-price-of-economy-2018-7 https://www.flyaura.com/ So this is beyond cool. I really hope they get off the ground and succeed. They certainly have the potential. LOL, thats not even news. Its just a paid blog-vertising articl...Jump to post
I'm sure they work well. Just make sure the correct plastic "detector card" is inserted... https://i.imgur.com/fRRT7Tt.jpg Is that a GT200? I'm not sure of the model, its probably a Bullsh*t 3000. Its a plastic case attached to an aerial, into which plastic cards are inserted.Jump to post
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Bananas will not last on a slow ocean freighter. . History significantly disagrees https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fyffes_Line Indeed, they were the one of the first fruits to be shipped fresh. Banana money had a corrupting effect on small islands, hence the term "banana republic". Edit: Se...Jump to post
richierich wrote:what is the proper procedure
SR380 wrote:Buy the way is Antonov still offering the aircarft up for sale?
I might get flamed for this, but I think it has some merit... even if it's slightly off topic. Ever since it's inception, I always thought that a reliable passenger version of Osprey V-22 would have been a perfect fit for a JFK/EWR-Manhattan route able to carry a more substantial amount of passenge...Jump to post
Fully agree with you, from the same industry and feel certain this is oversight and human error in some way! I have utmost respect for this operator. That of course does not help, when the very touchy subject of compliance is involved. Not good for a carrier with a stellar reputation, and especiall...Jump to post
HER seems a very odd choice for a splash & dash for AF1 to me....why not one of the German US basis like Ramstein ? I was quite surprised by that as well. Why Crete? Any political reasons? They didnt want to ask Angela for permission?? It would have been 500 miles shorter to have gone via ANC, ...Jump to post
777PHX wrote:Supposedly Kim wants a 744 to match Trump.
To understand the outrage you need to be aware of the unique Portugal-Spain relationship. Some people see as it would make it look like Portugal is somehow inferior or dependent on Spain for traffic and that TP should only focus on bringing tourists to Portugal instead. It's a bit silly, but that's...Jump to post
I'm surprised it's only 86 people "In early 2017, the country’s Supreme People’s Court said during a press conference that 6.15 million Chinese citizens had been banned from taking flights for social misdeeds ." Nice idea, I'd personally support that, but I fear it won't work in practice....Jump to post
thaiflyer wrote:As mentioned the flight was from Las Palmas to Amsterdam
The Russian couple where drunk and the man peed and pooped in his pants before takeoff.
Concorde was bound for disaster in Airport '79... I'm sorry, I know this is off-topic and won't be surprised if removed. But, holy crap... the cast of Airport '79 looks like the guest list from Match Game '78 on summer break. Charo, Jimmie Walker, John Davidson, Martha Raye, Avery Schreiber (this i...Jump to post
The only reason the NFL owners acted is because profits and ratings are down. For me, this is too little, too late. And to those people that complain about "rights of the players"...this is an employee conduct issue, not a rights issue. Regular working people have to follow the rules set ...Jump to post
Interesting article about the arrests of Air Marshalls rather than arrests made by Air Marshalls. I am not sure which statistic is higher but it does show that everyone with a badge and a gun in the US is not above reproach. https://www.propublica.org/article/tsa-releases-data-on-air-marshal-miscon...Jump to post
Wondering if Airbus was at fault here... Welcome to the forum. You'll get on better here if you avoid rash accusations with no evidence to back them up. ac·cu·sa·tion ˌakyəˈzāSH(ə)n noun a charge or claim that someone has done something illegal or wrong. An accusation would be "Airbus was at f...Jump to post
While holding fake degrees is very concerning, if they can fly the plane in line with all regulations and standards, I don't see the problem. Seriously?!! So as long as they can fly the plane ‘in line with regulations’ it doesn’t matter? So basically anyone should be able to turn up at any airline ...Jump to post
Florida Man strikes again! This. What's in the water down there? :lol: Gators, oil, and the bladder contents of far too many jaded New Yorkers/New Jerseyans. Its so cheap to live down there you don't have to work very hard. That they don't get winter means the crazies tend to collect like tumblewee...Jump to post
The logo looks larger as well. It does indeed. For comparison: Old https://cdn.jetphotos.com/full/5/71609_1521692892.jpg New https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dc2rhmWX0AI3Iup.jpg:large I prefer the first one. The darker blue und the smaller crane look more elegant. The updated blue looks purple and the l...Jump to post
Very odd/sketchy articles but it would be nice to see Ethiopian in Texas. It doesn’t mention a city, just “Texas.” I would imagine it would be Houston due to the Star Alliance hub there, but I’m pretty sure Dallas/DFW has a much larger Ethiopian community. I guess we’ll have to wait and see! What a...Jump to post
zeke wrote:She never wore the same dress twice, national Archives show it was a 707 taken in 1985 not 1983
but....low fares!!!Jump to post
In terms of Mirpuri, it's the last name of their CEO, and also the name of the foundation he leads; they've painted up a/c before for it Can anyone tell what the "mirpuri foundation" actually does? Looks like it doles out money to other people with the name Mirpuri, based on a reading of ...Jump to post
Looking at their history, it doesn't seem like a serious airline. Seems strange that the Aga Khan fund would invest in something like this. Something doesn't smell right. Comes off like a giant money laundering scheme, and as a means to grant political favours. The "CEO" is a retired army ...Jump to post
I feel describing the one at Bruntingthorpe as "preserved" is quite optimistic, it was in pretty poor condition when I saw it in 2016. Yes...the salt air is preserving it nicely. At least the only pressurized part is the crew cabin, might make it slightly easier to bring back into service...Jump to post
I was working on international flight from Spain and performed CPR on a customer in BC. It was extremely difficult for the family to watch their Grandmother die. However, people never surprises me. We had one jerk as for a apple juice while we were doing the CPR and it was the first time I every ha...Jump to post
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It should be said that all of these concepts are more viable than Baltia.
The Last Bastian?Jump to post