bennett123 wrote:Not PM yet.
Never say never.
It could happen, and if it did, then I doubt LHR would be his first priority.
It still won't get the go ahead if It's Mr Corbyn with the majority. Never seen such an anti Business prime minister ever.
The runway or runways will never get the go ahead until England has a strong government with a very good majority, it is such a sensitive issue effecting so many people the members of parliment are all so desperate to get re-elected. Which ever party wins next time, and has that majority, they woul...Jump to post
fcogafa wrote:Another set of landing and handling fees at the refuelling point can't help profit margins
The standard neo would struggle in a high density config going westbound. Ceo has no chance.Jump to post
The government is offering them about three times the value of their house, but they still say no. These people are the biggest fools of all time. Nobody will ever offer them 3x the resale value, and when they end up building the runway anyway, these will be the people that regret not taking a huge...Jump to post
Super80Fan wrote:Not true, probably means on layover/at the hotel. Anyway, I agree with everyone here, have to start flying BA. Although, any international airline is a step up from most of the FA's here in the US. Oof.
The orders I see being the most potential for future C Series are as follows (non US carriers only): BA ordering 50 CS3s to replace 44 A319s CZ ordering 60 CS3s to replace 28 A319s + 26 B737-700s LH Cityline ordering 35 CS1s + 15 CS3s to replace 34 CR9s and 15 E90/95s MU ordering 80 CS3s to replace...Jump to post
Now BBD owns the jet, airliners.net seems to think every airline with A320/737 series aircraft will automatically buy them! It chance the stance that the CS100/300 can be so with, e.g. they can now be included as apart of an package deal by Airbus. An example would be that an airline is looking to ...Jump to post
Now BBD owns the jet, airliners.net seems to think every airline with A320/737 series aircraft will automatically buy them!Jump to post
As SQ has not yet taken delivery of their new build A380s, they are now 2 aircraft short. Does anyone know if they are using other aircraft to substitute the A380 services, or are they utilising existing frames more intensively? Aren't SQ Due a frame pretty shortly? Or have they just not long got o...Jump to post
Financially.. one of the most successful. Ryanair takes the LCC crown. https://www.thestreet.com/story/13852055/1/delta-air-lines-dal-posts-solid-quarter-despite-challenges-ceo-bastain-says.html I can’t believe you would actually bring up Emirates into the fold. I find Emirates pretty impressive, r...Jump to post
The second A380, 9V-SKB, has been withdraw from service and is being prepared for return to lessor. As SQ has not yet taken delivery of their new build A380s, they are now 2 aircraft short. Does anyone know if they are using other aircraft to substitute the A380 services, or are they utilising exis...Jump to post
EasyJet is the largest A319 operator in the world. They could use the CS300 to replace the A319 in the future. Given that EasyJet is moving away from the 150 seat market with their new orders for the A320/1Neo, it wouldn't appear likely. That said, the CSeries is now a contender with any Airbus ope...Jump to post
That would be tiring It is tiring, but its what Australian executives need to do. When you need to spend 24 hours on an aircraft just to get there you maximise the time you've got. You could leave on the Saturday night, arrive Sunday and have a day to recover, but that means losing Sunday with your...Jump to post
Lol. Airbus of the 70s and 80s ? COMAC ? I know it's getting cold up north but wow ... I guess you are forgetting on purpose all the military and air space extremely high subsidised contracts (protected from competition) ;) Yup , that KC-46 and CST-100 are just raking in the $$$ for Boeing. But I a...Jump to post
Delta is in a position to do as they please. They’re perhaps the most successful airline in the planet. Delta has every right to complain about unfair subsidies Boeing received via the Ex-Im Bank. Hmmmm most sucessfull airline on the planet? What's your measure of success? I think that crown would ...Jump to post
Especially when Boeing intentionality tried to screw them over! Sometimes teaching other businesses a lesson in humility is best for the long run. DL has also been trying to screw over Boeing with its anti Ex-Im Bank and anti ME3 stances. It's not personal, its just business. Besides, I don't think...Jump to post
incitatus wrote:What is the chance Boeing can assemble a counter offer? Airbus is for sure getting a sweet deal. BBD has an obligation to sell to the highest bidder.
armchairceonr1 wrote:seahawk wrote:The next slap in the face for the A330NEO...
Yeah, this is absolutely huge slap in the face for all existing widebody programs exept A359. Very hard to figure out, how OEMs can replace this huge loss order of 1 aircraft.
Why did they order them in the first place?! You can ask the same question for TG and MH! Sorry, but it's getting tiresome. Whenever there is a thread about CZ's or MH's A380 someone will put them together with TG. Here is an interview with TG's CEO, in which Bhooch-Oom says the A380 is a "key...Jump to post
. Is there any wonder they (i.e. LH) thought they were losing cash on the Glasgow route, which had been the original Diamond service flagship route, with flight numbers bd1-bd12? BA really had it in for British Midland too when they first launched the Diamond Service from GLA. You might recall the ...Jump to post
Well unless you don't take into consideration LH & AF, then long haul at LHR, yes only CZ & OZ. Yeah sorry, In my head I was thinking non European carriers...but both KE and AF have operater the A380 to Heathrow so only really leaving 3. CZ are pretty much the forgotten A380 operator, altho...Jump to post
Its possible we could see the 747 back at Heathrow if this continues.Jump to post
Is it only China Southern and Asiana that don't fly their A380's to Heathrow. KE have done in the past.Jump to post
Agreed, it's not going to open anything up. However I think it's going to be a perfect aircraft for anyone looking for a 767 replacement. I could even see BA taking a few. If BA ever do take any, it certainly won't be as 767 replacements. That's because the last few 767s in the fleet will have left...Jump to post
Agreed, it's not going to open anything up. However I think it's going to be a perfect aircraft for anyone looking for a 767 replacement. I could even see BA taking a few. The 787 is the 767 replacement. In BA's 3 class configuration the 788 only seats 25 more passengers than the the 763. I was ref...Jump to post
KLM claims to be the world's oldest airline still operating under the same name. True, founded oct 7 1919! Sure hope they will be around somewhat longer. (no thanks to AFR...) Followed just shortly after by Queensland and Northern Territory Air Services Limited in November 1920. I believe BA existe...Jump to post
The short answer is: NONE! Even without knowing what exactly a 797/MOM will be, there isn't a single relevant TATL market today that can't be flown either with an A320NEO/737MAX or a A330/787. I think this "alleged" plane would be far more relevant in just about every other market other t...Jump to post
Would they not just transport the engine to Cardiff rather than flying the aircraft over? It'll come in a freighter, so as it's coming from Canada it might mean something interesting for the local spotters. Inital reports said the whole aircraft was going there, I almost fell over when I heard that.Jump to post
Qantas in the buying mood these days, a close by OW partner.Jump to post
I feel sad at any mention of British Midland. Cooked breakfast, and coffee afterwards, all in a 45 minute flight. Drink before dinner, dinner, and drink or coffee afterwards. How could it get any better. Flight attendants pushing carts down the aisle when it still seems the aircraft is going up at ...Jump to post
Let's not forget that BMI still lives on in the form of BMI Regional's modest fleet of Embraer 145/135 jets. Same name and livery as before. Perhaps the phoenix will rise again some day...? ;-) I think probably not. BMI regional have carved out a niche for themselves being a mainly business travel ...Jump to post
Probably Very little in the case of the shorter transatlantic routes. The 737Max would be in there by now or be there very soon.
Anything bigger the 787 can take care of. Personally i think very little in the case of TATL, but may be helpful in adding more frequancy to current routes.
With so many old 744s due for retirement, I wonder if BA will soon donate a complete example to IWM Duxford, Cambridgeshire. A program on BBC4 last night about VX having her D check at BA Cardiff, also showed a white 744 being destroyed and recycled. Lets hope they keep one. http://www.iwm.org.uk/v...Jump to post
This was probably terms of the renewed joint venture, probably been planned for quite a while.Jump to post
Who's likely to be the last legacy carrier operator?Jump to post
Hmmmm if I had to describe it in one sentence they just couldn't keep up with Ryanar and Easyjet. Various changes in direction over the years, scrapping of long haul, then saying they wanted to get back into long haul. Scrapped the 787 order, probably didn't simplfy their fleet a little sooner to fi...Jump to post
Presumably, their intention is to upgauge to more suitable equipment if that looks like being sustainable. Can somebody remind us how many continuous seasons these flights have to be operated before they can switch to other routes? In the mean time, a Q400 for a marginal reduction in price wouldn't...Jump to post
Seems that some inside QR where not convinced that a daily Cardiff service would not have enough passengers to justify the daily flight The chief executive of Qatar Airways said he resisted pressure from inside the company not to fly between Doha and Cardiff Airport. Akbar Al Baker said there were ...Jump to post
[twoid][/twoid] I wish VS would make up their minds about the A380. I think it's now 11 years ago they ordered them....is this some kind of order to delivery timescale record ? Out of the 6 ordered, I honestly think they could them at LGW ( 2 ) and LHR ( 4 ) and fill them as they do the 744's. Its a...Jump to post
The gist of her rant is that Nigerian men have big c*cks. Maybe its more a question of what she wanted to be "smoking" before her flight ;-) Hahahahaha brilliant. Best thing I've heard all day. On a more serious note, I do agree with the comments we live on a politically correct Island bu...Jump to post
Looks like a made up airline from out of a film or a generic FS default airline, like 'orbit' .Jump to post
I wonder what she has been smoking before her flight ;-) The gist of her rant is that Nigerian men have big c*cks. Maybe its more a question of what she wanted to be "smoking" before her flight ;-) Hahahahaha brilliant. Best thing I've heard all day. On a more serious note, I do agree wit...Jump to post