Delta already learned their lesson on speaking out last time after the nra thing and the fuel taxJump to post
Jshank83 wrote:Anyone have any questions for STLAVDay tomorrow. I’ll ask if I get a chance.
Watch MSNBC, turns out their reporting was used in the statement by the Republican special counsel against trump/Conway. They sure are celebrating after being called fake news.Jump to post
yeah idk why people rate the European/ME carriers so highly. I'd much rather fly AA than EK . A joke right? Please say that is a joke. No, it's not a joke, and I agree with him.... I'd happily take AA's J on their 77W or 788 over EK's J offering on any of their aircraft. QR, no. EK, absolutely. AA'...Jump to post
MalevTU134 wrote:Already being discussed here:
The EK biz in this pic looks vile. Wouldn't want to be trapped in the middle seat. I'm sure many people will want to try the biz, if they can get a special deal, though. I guess some people don't care about lounge access or limo pick up, as long as they get a comfy seat. yeah idk why people rate th...Jump to post
trpmb6 wrote:So just found out, the Tarasenko's have in fact, not named their newest son yet (born during the finals a couple days ago). I'm pulling for Stanley Louis Tarasenko!! Monogram = STL
andrefranca wrote:Pakistanis/Indians/Bangladeshis/Filipinos/Sri lankas being mistreated in the middle east? WOW SHOCKER!!!!
STLflyer wrote:So, does anyone know if the Stanley Cup can be placed in a seat, or must it go in the cargo hold or overhead bin?
I’m happy to say that beginning in December my new home airport will be PVR. I don’t care who flies there, when, how and why. Although I’ll be living in Puerto Vallarta, I’ll still be advocating for PDX and for improved air service for everyone here. Exciting! What made you choose PVR rather than t...Jump to post
I believe more and more cruise lines are starting/ending cruises in San Juan...which I'm sure helps a lot. I think another big factor is that cruise ship passengers (originating or just stopping in San Juan/Ponce) see that unlike many other Caribbean islands, PR is more than just a mountain with a ...Jump to post
Perhaps, but it’s pretty predictable that if he is testifying few Republicans will show up. Why would they? The organizers knew this and are playing it for maximum effect. The Democrats are using the victims of 911 for political gain. Shameful, yet not surprising. Mike Drop Oh please..as a retired ...Jump to post
Southwest is to Walmart as Spirit is to Dollar Tree both serve their market well, there is some overlap in the market, but one does not take over the others market Americans like various levels of options...There is no industry where this is more true than the airline industry Excellent summary. WN...Jump to post
Because you live in LA. I have never met anyone who hates or refuses to fly WN unless they live in LA, and I have met tons of people there say that. It's been a long time since I've heard that and am actually surprised you would choose NK over WN. You might wish to Google the term " anecdotal ...Jump to post
Dutchy wrote:Just shakes my head, nothing unexpected though and that might be most shocking.
Had a chance to visit OTH over the weekend. If every airport had the views this place has! Again, be gentle, these are from my phone. :wave: http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b171/JamieSanders/Mobile%20Uploads/AC9C3A62-AA4B-4431-9978-9122E4FA4DA4_zpsst2i2bly.jpg http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b1...Jump to post
My dream aviation trip: flying anywhere in a private jet Closest I have come to a dream airplane trip: flying business class in a lie flat pod on a window side and with aisle access have you checked out empty legs, or more practially, the airline that uses private jets for commercial flights, advan...Jump to post
Awesome news. Yeah, I don't seem to get why a lot of people are so triggered by pride month. It's funny though because they are usually the first to call others triggered. Also, what is it with you against Christians in every post made. Yes, there is a bottom 5% of the westboro type but the other 95...Jump to post
stratosphere wrote:But I could never live in CA too expensive and too liberal for my tastes.
UA is not in the habit of starting ultra-long haul routes that are low-yielding (i.e., that cater primarily to tourists). Therefore, UA probably thinks there is an untapped business market in CPT, even if smaller than in JNB. After all, CPT is still an important city, not some backwater. UA is clea...Jump to post
UA is not in the habit of starting ultra-long haul routes that are low-yielding (i.e., that cater primarily to tourists). Therefore, UA probably thinks there is an untapped business market in CPT, even if smaller than in JNB. After all, CPT is still an important city, not some backwater. They have ...Jump to post
Do you think allegiant could add service to Minneapolis in the future? I think msp is a great market for them to enter. They have service to STC. It would be interesting to see them compete with SY though. MSP is such a diverse airport. I also see a lot more tourists visit ever since the super bowl...Jump to post
a/c dxer wrote:People act like Hawaiian was gouging people on interisland flights. I never saw that.
FWIW, I got a message from someone on twitter today that said they were talking to a Sun Country Rep and they consider STL a focus city. Now I think focus city means a much different thing to Sun Country than other airlines. I don't see us getting a ton of flights, but at least it sounds like they ...Jump to post
Sun country is basically that in both Stl and BNA. They are adding and subtracting flights to cities they think can compete with WN, and expanding or retracting based on results in each route. Sure, they aren't a startup exactly but they have a new buisness model, zero brand recognition, and are exp...Jump to post
Fuling wrote:Coach is pretty 'Southwest-like' isnt it? Is there actually much difference?
That's suspicious. Those are the same cities SY flew to from BNA and didn't return to this winterJump to post
Personally I do not like San Francisco. You get little sunshine and the weather is forever 8-12 degrees. Little beach/sea activities. The weather in Los Angeles is so much better. Also the food. Also a lot more to do/visit such as Disneyland, Universal Studio, Hollywood etc. But it seems to Los Ang...Jump to post
SF by far Sure it is chilly, but at least I'm not breathing pollution. La is a pain in the butt. So much traffic and all the attractions are so spread out that it takes hours to get from one to another. Meanwhile, in SF, you basically have to drive like 15 minutes anywhere in the Bay area to reach a...Jump to post
I do wonder if/when B6 will enter the market. If they were truly wanting to get more foothold in the middle of the country, STL would be a great opportunity for a potential focus operation, granted going toe-to-toe with WN would be a heavy undertaking. Oh it would be a great opportunity. They just ...Jump to post
seb146 wrote:no one but no one is above the law.
I just think the whole thing is blown out of proportion. The two parties were negotiating on how to handle what the state viewed as inadequacies in care. It only got elevated to bring a national spotlight to drive a narrative. That clinic was never going to be shut down. Based on today's ruling, yo...Jump to post
Exactly what I said upthread... I had to google what the three items are. Maybe others wanted to know, so I thought I would summarize. You did mention a couple of times there are three items the health board was looking at. I just wanted clarification what they are. I just think the whole thing is ...Jump to post
Puma socks and under armor's black/white socks you get at the outlet stores or Macy's in big packs are awesome and are a perfect balance. Don't get their expensive, single-pair socks as those are thick and meant for athletics only and feel gross.Jump to post
Another reason may be the store you went to. For example, a Walmart or Kroger in California or Oregon may have similar items to one in St. Louis as they are national chains, but to get local stuff in STL you would have to go to a midwest grocery store chain like Schnucks as their items are sourced l...Jump to post
Likely similar sourcing as Montana is relatively close to Oregon. For example, I live in St. Louis, so when I go out to say rural MO/IL for hiking/camping/boating or even weekend trips to Chicago, Branson, or Little Rock/Hot Springs, the products are from the same/similarly located distributor. One ...Jump to post