I have long wondered if this is somehow device or browser related so have started to test accessing website from layover hotel business centers. I've tried 3 hotels over the last week and site displays not secure in all 3. Two locations had PCs with Chrome and one has Apple desktop with Safari brows...Jump to post
Absolutely safe procedure and been utilized for decades (atleast as long as I've been flying to SoCal).Jump to post
Follow up to commitment from last years Farnborough Airshow Volga-Dnepr has firmed up orders for 9 777F per Boeing order list.
Orders listed under UK subsidiary - Volga-Dnepr UK Ltd.
https://cargofacts.com/volga-dnepr-firm ... ine-777fs/
Seems like the nomination might be in a bit of trouble. Its come out that Dickson during his time at Delta was involved in a case in which a DL pilot alleged the company retaliated against her -- including sending her to a psychiatrist -- after she was a whistleblower and shared safety concerns with...Jump to post
They managed to raise US $147mil investor funding
https://www.forbes.com/sites/willhorton ... a9989944cc
Seems like a non-story.Jump to post
I really do wonder if focusing on the business jet segment is the right gamble. As we saw last decade, that industry is even more susceptible to economic swings than the broader air transport sector.Jump to post
This is all largely non-sense PR move.
United has operated many all bio-fuel flights since it first started using it back in 2016 at LAX.
No need to go to ONT and open another airport. Just add another flight at LGB if LAX becomes too much of a burden for them.
However at the end of the day, HA wont (cant) walkaway from LAX as they know for bulk of the huge LA market, LAX is the optimal airport.
Lets see what the conditions are.
Remember last time airlines pulled their application since they did not like the Obama admin proposed conditions.
I'll visit Los Angeles any day, while I purposely avoiding SF bay area.
SF seems to have actually gotten significantly worse in recent years, streets full of homeless and increasingly rundown infrastructure/road etc.
Sad part is todays liberal pro business friendly government must pay the penalty for deeds committed by previous regime.Jump to post
NZ has operated an mix of GE/RR before e.g. half the 744s were GE and the other half RR. Also the 77W are GE, with the 77E are RR. All those were do their own special circumstances, unlike today clearly walking away from RR. 744s were mixed due picking up secondary frames with different pedigree, w...Jump to post
8 x 787-10
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-air- ... SKCN1SW0Y0
Yes spending seems the most fair. If it works for Starbucks, grocery stores, other retail, hotels, car rental, restaurants and so on it should certainly work for airlines. I also like concept of airlines dynamically pricing awards based on some relationship with fare pricing. Higher the going fare, ...Jump to post
Interesting to observe how freighter variants can now carry higher valuation than their passenger counterparts.
Gone are the days when cargo operators received the leftover scrap frames, and now instead can operate shiny new expensive frames at premium valuations.
Good stuff. Thanks for posting.Jump to post
Building aerospace division solely around bizjets not exactly the most safe thing to do. Look at how after 9/11, 2008 economic crisis and US Tax law changes how bizjet sales tanked. Its a very volatile business.Jump to post
I would believe TG's Air authority than FAA. Thailand has been cleared from all countries including Canada to fly, except USA ?, After the Boeing fiasco FAA has no credibility now. If you have been following Thailand for a few years you would know how much of a mickey mouse aviation oversight regim...Jump to post
If I did not know any better my experience with Brussels Airlines says they are an LCC already. Frankly, I was not impressed. Eurowings branding has potential and logic behind it. Like many experts have said, consolidation in Europe needs to continue, the days of small national legacy airlines will ...Jump to post
Interjet has lots of things to focus on. They dont need the distraction of orphan SSJ fleetJump to post
As pilot for a US airline with significant Pacific ops, I have no qualms about flying through North Korea.
The several times I did it in the past they were extremely professional without any issue. Actually I’d fly through North Korea any day versus the mess China can be instead.
I doubt long term the airline will have anything to do with Carlsbad. An investment group is buying the certificate and will want to make money back on their investment, not run a niche regional carrier. Also as mentioned old man Vallas will be out of the picture having relinquished control and owne...Jump to post
More government cheese.
I wonder over the years if they ever looked at the true success rate of this program. Yes, communities often manage to attract airlines with the program, but what percentage actually remain for 5-years once the subsidy ends?
Let's remember Delta entered a period of general malaise in 1990s, going from industry darling to a troubled example.
The DL we see today is a by product of significant restructuring including trip into bankruptcy.
Flight Global has a partial list of routes going 2-class including: Toronto, Vancouver, Barcelona, Madrid, Istanbul, Zagreb, Brisbane, Auckland, Nadi, St Petersburg, Vladivostok, Irkustk and Tashkent, plus all routes to Japan, except for Seoul Gimpo to Tokyo Haneda and Osaka Kansai, and Seoul Incheo...Jump to post
I concur with atcsundevil, LAXIntl, janders, and mercure1. Site constantly displays as not secure. I just even tried entering https://www.airliners.net in the browser (Chrome) and received the below error. Your connection is not private Attackers might be trying to steal your information from airlin...Jump to post
Question: How did they get a picture of you to match with? I don't really want Jetblue having my picture!
Of all the countries United serves, it seems Brazil is the one that receives constant safety warnings for crews. Here is the latest one from late March. Brazil layover safety Due to recent crew member events, Corporate Security would like to remind crews of a few layover safety tips. Crime poses the...Jump to post
Op-Ed with the opinion that United offers the best opportunity and public benefit for use of HND slots as its proposing to operate 3 additional frequencies, not just shift existing service from NRT to HND.
https://atwonline.com/airports-routes/o ... kyo-routes
I saw ANA put out small video of arrival in Japan and tour of the interior.
United sure messed up by vacating its 4 former CO gates in T-6 directly to AA.Jump to post
I get to deadhead from Asia on occasion have tried both carriers. Personally, I far prefer OZ. They seem fresher and less sterile or boring then KE. For food, I actually probably had one of my best inflight meals on OZ last month, and the standard bibimap or lettuce roll meals options are always sol...Jump to post
A bit of trivia. CO's largest cargo warehouse in the U.S was located at JFK. Since bulk of NYC freight forwarders were located near JFK, they would tender cargo to this facility from where it would be built up ready for loading on aircraft and trucked to EWR for departure. Opposite process on return...Jump to post
Suspension extended. Our EWR-DEL (New Delhi) service will remain suspended through at least May 8 (eastbound)/May 9 (westbound). As previously stated, we are monitoring the situation and have remained in close contact with government officials as well as our international flying partners. We are als...Jump to post
I do wonder if ZipAir may take over JQ's NRT-CNS and NRT-OOL routes (with JQ sticking their code on), allowing JQ to redeploy those 2 aircraft elsewhere (including the 'long-rumoured' European expansion via SIN that keeps popping as a rumour every year). Read Reply 67. Management specifically state...Jump to post
Seems like things have gone extremely smooth! Congrats Turkey and TK for the achievement.Jump to post
What the heck were they doing?Jump to post