It’s the first time I even noticed the KLM swoosh. I was wondering what everyone was harping on about. I’m still wondering, because I’d agree with Shamrock350: it looks like a mistake. Here’s to the diminishing hope of a 330 getting decked out in all singing, all dancing, glittering and dazzling gre...Jump to post
Heard there are 2 A330 arriving next year alongside any neos that are being delivered plus 757 are staying until 2020 I believe 4 new routes is a lot on long haul expansion for an airline the size of EI. Where are your sources? I’m noting from your post history that you suggested EI was considering...Jump to post
It’s 25 ish rotations ... Let’s not get too hysterical. AFAIK, the 25 doesn't account for IAG's other rotations through BA - so, the overall number is quite a bit higher than that? LHR ... flexibility is key to meeting the demands of the consumer. How are you reducing flexibility meaningfully by co...Jump to post
With the new LCY service, EI will be operating up to 50x daily flights between Dublin and London. I know that this is spread across multiple airports, but would it not be worth using A330's for some of these flights? Yes, there are gate issues, but just park them remotely and bus the passengers. I ...Jump to post
When we can get A350s leaving the current 10/28 with little or no difficulty, I don't think the planned length of 10L/28R will pose any obstacles for any route the DAA might target. It would be interesting to know what kind of routes IALPA believes is being prevented by the planned length . I'd muc...Jump to post
An emotional support cat? Is this for real?! If the cat had already boarded then the safer option is to not allow the allergic girl to board. When are ESA’s gonna be banned? They’re not really a thing in Europe, why is it a thing in America? Are you Americans so inherently emotionally unstable that ...Jump to post
Probably the brakes smoking. Someone who doesn't know how to taxi would use the brakes to control speed. This is a really naive question, but how else would you control speed? I’m guessing that riding the brakes is not a good thing, as it wouldn’t Be in a car. Nor is it the only way of controlling ...Jump to post
Why is the aviation regulator of India trying to get something from the UK regulator? What’s the jurisdiction connection?Jump to post
No, I am slating posters for defending BA with the premise that BA is so awesome that such a thing will never happen. All due respect sir, I don’t think that’s what they were doing. I think they were defending BA because there is likely much more to the story, that none of us know about. With due e...Jump to post
I don’t think that’s what they were doing. I think they were defending BA because there is likely much more to the story, that none of us know about. Must be the language barrier, the way I read the above posts, BA FA would never do or say such things. That has been disproven with snap chat video. ...Jump to post
You keep slating posters for suggesting there’s more to the story. It’s the same thing. Usually when comments get posted on this site about human behavior, there is always more to the story than Is ever portrayed in the media. The media aren’t looking for the truth, they’re looking for a story. The...Jump to post
i don't think the story cannot be dismissed as 'clearly false' by someone who wasn't present there. Similarly it can’t be verified as being accurate by someone who wasn’t present there. I am not claiming it is accurate. Nor does the newspaper that published this. You keep slating posters for sugges...Jump to post
Wasn't there another recent incident of BA FA's rant on snapchat about Nigerians? Oh yeah. To the many posters who have defended BA here purely on the belief that such a thing will never be done by a BA crew member, there is clearly some precedence for deplorable behaviour by BA crew. Link to the i...Jump to post
unrave wrote:CARST wrote:
BTW why do such clearly false stories get published at all?
i don't think the story cannot be dismissed as 'clearly false' by someone who wasn't present there.
Why is the word bloody racist against Indians? Also, there are 3 sides to every story. India is a huge market for BA, I’d imagine they’re more than willing to deal with this as amicably as possible, lest they loose a substantial chunk of the market share to the sub continent. And a word for the OP,...Jump to post
Seriously. That doesn't even sound believable Agreed. This is BA Long Haul. An FA getting more animated than "just above comatose" and speaking louder than a mumble? That would be a first. Pardon my ignorance but LCY-TXL is long haul? It’s short haul. Why so defensive? If you let discussi...Jump to post
Why is the word bloody racist against Indians? Also, there are 3 sides to every story. India is a huge market for BA, I’d imagine they’re more than willing to deal with this as amicably as possible, lest they loose a substantial chunk of the market share to the sub continent. And a word for the OP, ...Jump to post
On future night flying and that being low-yielding, the Canaries don't strike me as time-sensitive or high-yielding anyway? Cheers, C. I have only got one explicit experience of night flying: from Dublin to Split in Croatia, via Cork. It was horrible, because you’re tired and because you loose the ...Jump to post
If slots in JFK go, or are being rumored to be going, why would any airline buy slots from AA? Instead of holding out and seeing if there is any truth to the rumor? This question doesn’t make sense on too many levels.Jump to post
What really irritate me about these photos is that they’re classed under the “air to air” category. Correct me if I’m wrong, but that’s “air to ground”. AmIRight. I think you are right, and I've done photos like these from Sydney. I don't classify them as air-to-air. Real air to air is photographin...Jump to post
Hmm. With the first batch of 321LR replacing the 757s, will IE have enough metal to cover new routes next year? I was under the impression the first 321LRs were for expansion, with the last few to come in replacing the 757s. I can’t find it right now, but did the fleet planning from the IAG investo...Jump to post
Would easyJet, Jet2 or Ryanair ever move to BHD? Are high costs and a curfew too off-putting for them? Cheers, C. Runway is only 6000 feet, so it limits options. You can get A321s and 738s in, but anything longer than UK routes and you could be leaving with empty seats. It's interesting to note tha...Jump to post
There is a video today of a Vueling A320 tearing up a piece of tarmac at DUB and it getting stuck to the landing gear, the return trip was delayed 2 hours. The video suggests it’s a piece of patched up taxiway, doesn’t fill you with confidence... You simply can’t say that there’s a video of that an...Jump to post
There is no argument for domestic passenger flights to anywhere else in Ireland ... If we look at the island of Ireland as a whole, what about ORK - BFS / BHD, which is actually longer than DUB - CFN / KIR? Cheers, C. Perhaps. I used to take the EI flights between Shannon and Dublin when the stopov...Jump to post
It’s about a 2 hour drive between Dublin and Belfast. The two cities are connected via motorway pretty much the entire way. There is an argument to be made for services to Kerry where parts of Kerry are so far away that by the time you get to Cork city you’re still only half way between Kerry and Du...Jump to post
hooverman wrote:AMS is not full. It’s capped due to politics.
a new runway at an airport in my country, on land already owned by the airport authority, with a base infrastructure that already exists, and excluding other projects that were spurred on as a result of the new runway (new atc tower, roads etc), cost €325m. And has been the guts of 20 years in the m...Jump to post
Ryanair flight makes emergency landing in Germany https://www.rte.ie/news/2018/0714/978602-ryanair/ Flight was from Dublin to Zadar, Croatia. Seems a crack was heard, depressurization occurred, rapid descent and landing in Frankfurt Hahn. A number of injuries: nosebleeds, ear-bleeds, headaches, due ...Jump to post
Residents to protest against new €320m runway at Dublin Airport A group of residents are to protest against plans to develop the €320m runway at Dublin Airport during an information meeting in St Margarets GAA club tomorrow. The move comes after 20 farmers and property owners living along Kilreesk ...Jump to post
Greetings and welcome to the July thread! Last month saw historic flights from Dublin to Hong Kong with Cathay, and Beijing with Hainan. Other points from last months roundup: Delayed delivery of A321lr’s to EI Air Canada returns to Shannon Lufthansa retiming it’s morning flights to Frankfurt EI loo...Jump to post
Back to topic. Is it right that the government pursue just one new runway for London and the southeast? I can foresee either massive delays, followed by failure at Heathrow, or it opens in 2026 and fills up within two years with EasyJet and Ryanair. Then we are back to square one ten years from now...Jump to post
Dublin airport cannot thrive at Shannon’s expense SHANNON Airport cannot be forgotten about as the go-ahead is given for a third terminal at Dublin Airport as part of Project Ireland 2040. That’s according to Munster Fine Gael MEP Deirdre Clune who said that Shannon and Cork cannot be abandoned whi...Jump to post
Arion640 wrote:Really don't know why boris wasn't allowed to come and vote against. We know he's anti Heathrow expansion, wouldn't of made the Government look any weak or stronger.
It looks more silly that he's not there.
MrBretz wrote:Wasn't 1R the same runway that the PamAM 747 clipped the lights at the end of the runway in the early 70s?
I think I’d like to hope that Ross is suggesting that there might be some kind of package possible for the other airports that could be used to lure customers (both the airlines and the passengers) to them. I’m not so sure I’d like to imagine a row back to the times when a mandatory stop over was a ...Jump to post
Do TUI have their own 737s operating out of DUB or is it just Sunwing planes? Seems they have stretched themselves too thin and its now effecting their brand. Passengers have been venting their frustration at the resort Reps and call centre lines. Many being offered extra compensation. Extremely po...Jump to post
In this day and age, the rule is if you’re on social media, regardless of privacy settings, your boss and the gubberment is watching, and that opens you up to consequences, whether you like it or not. Don’t be stupid on social media kids... the gubberment is watching. Probably.Jump to post
Get those Hainan A330s while you can! https://twitter.com/airlineroute/status/1008387587554152449?s=12 789s for about 3 weeks until 20 Jun, then 788 until end October If I was flying to PEK with HU I wouldn’t be too quick using the blanket given for comfort, I’ll just say it’s not fresh. Oh? Elabor...Jump to post
Wide body heaven in Dublin this time of the day! Long may it continue! Great for the spotter & economy but not if you’ve to work on them all. Can see some of our crews doing the HU from PEK, the CX, straight to the EY & then the 2 DL widebodies some mornings. Twould be worse if the work was...Jump to post
Wasn’t the 777 the first aircraft to be entirely designed on a compooter, with the use of computer aided design? That’s... probably worth mentioning?Jump to post