I have been a subscriber to Flightradar24's Gold level service for years. I moved in April so I have a new IP address. I am now getting only basic level service and FR24 just sent me an email notice of its intent to bill me on June 1 for a year's worth of Gold-level service (which I do not have at ...Jump to post
BritishB747 wrote:I see Thomas Cook are now reassuring holidaymakers. Hopefully this isn't the beginning of the end, but stories like this cant be helpful for consumer confidence.
http://thebasource.com/british-airways- ... tenance-4/
The first with 10 across in Y back in service on route to LAS.
Sure Iran is stirring the pot in the M.E. remember the shoot-down by the USS Vincennes of Iran Air flight 655. I know tech has improved since then but hey. Can't see the Iranians doing it out front but by proxy may be This reminds me so much of the things that were taken as 'truths" in 2002/20...Jump to post
A long way from home for that Twinstar. Does anyone know the mission / reason it was in the UAE? Sandyb123 "The firm flies staff around the world to inspect and calibrate navigation aids - which include radars and landing systems for airports and airfields. US engineering and aerospace company...Jump to post
Feel sure something is gonna happen within the next 4 weeks, maybe by accident, remember the shoot-down by the USS Vincennes of Iran Air flight 655. I know tech has improved since then but hey. Can't see the Iranians doing it out front but by proxy may be, and just watch as the price of crude oil sp...Jump to post
Perhaps BA could review this site at sometime.
https://www.etiquettescholar.com/dining ... h_tea.html
This is a government that awards an urgent short notice ferry contract to a company with no ferries. Their ability to procure a royal yacht would probably end up with a land yacht. That is so very true. :checkmark: The UK government history on I.T. projects also sucks big time, spend billions and t...Jump to post
And then the "off side" rule.Jump to post
Agrajag wrote:scbriml wrote:Lots of amusing banter here, but nobody has asked the really important question:
Is it scone (as in cone) or scone (as in gone)?
Oh no!. Hes done it now. Can of worms opened!!
BA has been out of touch with its customer base for ages, not suprised one bit.Jump to post
In the UK petrol stations now have diferent size nozzles on the pumps which fit the fuel tank, making it "almost" impossible to put the wrong type of fuel in the tank.Jump to post
"I suffer from flight sickness."Jump to post
Curious, what is the american word for a roundabout?Jump to post
The Straits of Hormuz will be key should things become silly. Iran needs to be able to use the Straits to export their own oil so can't see them mining the area, however conducting live fire exercises would have an equal effect. Insurers would pull cover from ships making the area a no go for foreig...Jump to post
23yrs in the car rental business at LHR, gotta say the Americans were one of the better drivers we encountered. One biggie which tended to throw em was Roundabouts. Not to many in the US so not much experience of them, give way to the right when entering.Enjoy the ride.Jump to post
Andy33 wrote:Any idea which London airport they intend to fly to?
Didn't Virgin pull out of CUN because of the slow but steady increase in crime since 2017 around the tourist areas?Jump to post
If you like a taste of old English life can really recommend the Cotswolds area.
So much better than the greater London area.
As an armchair fireman I have always wondered why crews are not always stationed half way down the runway as well as the chasers at the begining? guess they have a good reason.Jump to post