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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jun 06, 2019 11:06 pm

I really don't understand why PR didn't order the A321LR as soon as it became up for order.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jun 07, 2019 6:30 am

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I really don't understand why PR didn't order the A321LR as soon as it became up for order.


They don’t exactly need the range of the LR. The LR can probably do just MEL in addition to other points that a regular NEO can already do. Besides, the availability of the regular NEO was already delayed, and if they waited for the LR, it wouldn’t have been a full year and a half before they’d get a delivery.

The XLR will be able to reach DXB and AUH. That might be more interesting to PAL. Maintain a presence in the Mideast with lower trip costs.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:30 am

LurveBus wrote:
SleeplessInZh wrote:
Singapore will have an all-lie flat seating in business class by 2022.even their Silk air with the narrowbodies.I hope PAL is not making the mistake to install recliners in A321neos AFC.PAL should follow Singapore Airlines Strategy.
They will WOW the world, they shouldn't lose this opportunity, by also aiming to an `All-lie-flat Business` in their fleet


Not very many people are willing to pay J fares on short haul flights, especially in the Philippines. Even CX will not be letting go of its recliners anytime soon. It’s a waste of resources and cabin space. PAL should concentrate on making money first


Recently NH release details of there new domestic interior for their B777 and B787. I will be the basis for PAL A321NX cabin interior. With the exception of the Y seat manufactured my Toyota Boshoku I believe the J seat is quite solid for flights shorter then 4 hours.

https://thedesignair.net/2019/05/29/ana ... c-flights/
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:15 pm

PR77W wrote:
LurveBus wrote:
SleeplessInZh wrote:
Singapore will have an all-lie flat seating in business class by 2022.even their Silk air with the narrowbodies.I hope PAL is not making the mistake to install recliners in A321neos AFC.PAL should follow Singapore Airlines Strategy.
They will WOW the world, they shouldn't lose this opportunity, by also aiming to an `All-lie-flat Business` in their fleet


Not very many people are willing to pay J fares on short haul flights, especially in the Philippines. Even CX will not be letting go of its recliners anytime soon. It’s a waste of resources and cabin space. PAL should concentrate on making money first


Recently NH release details of there new domestic interior for their B777 and B787. I will be the basis for PAL A321NX cabin interior. With the exception of the Y seat manufactured my Toyota Boshoku I believe the J seat is quite solid for flights shorter then 4 hours.

https://thedesignair.net/2019/05/29/ana ... c-flights/


Which domestic NH planes have IFEs? When I flew CTS-HND on a 789 last year none of the seats had IFEs.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:48 pm

filipinoavgeek wrote:
I really don't understand why PR didn't order the A321LR as soon as it became up for order.


Probably because at the time they already had some longhaul-oriented A321s with extra fuel tanks. I mean sure, the proper A321LRs would be a better choice, but the extra-fuel-tank A321neos were easier to get presumably. Maybe PR will be upgrading in the future?
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jun 08, 2019 1:50 am

The latest drama re the three major airport projects in the country, particularly the NMIA in Bulakan..... :stirthepot: .....

http://www.thinkingpinoy.net/2019/06/bu ... llion.html


And the DOTr's four-page response to the allegations.....

https://scontent.fmnl5-1.fna.fbcdn.net/ ... e=5D7FC297

https://scontent.fmnl5-1.fna.fbcdn.net/ ... e=5D846BC8

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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jun 08, 2019 2:30 am

filipinoavgeek wrote:
PR77W wrote:
LurveBus wrote:

Not very many people are willing to pay J fares on short haul flights, especially in the Philippines. Even CX will not be letting go of its recliners anytime soon. It’s a waste of resources and cabin space. PAL should concentrate on making money first


Recently NH release details of there new domestic interior for their B777 and B787. I will be the basis for PAL A321NX cabin interior. With the exception of the Y seat manufactured my Toyota Boshoku I believe the J seat is quite solid for flights shorter then 4 hours.

https://thedesignair.net/2019/05/29/ana ... c-flights/


Which domestic NH planes have IFEs? When I flew CTS-HND on a 789 last year none of the seats had IFEs.


AFAIK only there A321neo has in-seat IFE. NH plans to start refurbishing 11B787-8 and 8 777-200 by the 3Q of 2019 and will be complete by 2020. No plans of other aircraft like the B787-9 and B777-300 have been announced when or if they will received retrofit the new interior.

ANA A321neo Akita to Tokyo-Haneda flight.
https://youtu.be/1MJP0VptukQ
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jun 09, 2019 11:59 am

Well, with PR and Boeing in talks for 777X, it seems that the former will be getting 2 planes (either 777-8 or 777-9) replacing the first 2 leased 77Ws (RP-C7777, RP-C7776). If PR is indeed pushing thru with this, it should be delivered if NMIA is complete by 2024 or 2026.

https://simpleflying.com/philippine-airlines-boeing-777x/amp/

Philippine Airlines is in discussions with Boeing to acquire two new Boeing 777X aircraft. Boeing is reported to be pushing the 777X as a replacement for two of Philippine Airlines’ older 777-300ER aircraft. This would be welcome news for Boeing after it now seems like their 777X program will be delayed.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jun 09, 2019 3:01 pm

PAL 7th A321neo RP-C9937 at Hamburg XFW.

https://twitter.com/Tobias_Gudat/status ... 05376?s=19
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Jun 09, 2019 4:06 pm

PR77W wrote:
PAL 7th A321neo RP-C9937 at Hamburg XFW.

https://twitter.com/Tobias_Gudat/status ... 05376?s=19


Are all of PAL's incoming A321neo not equipped with the Radome/hump? I thought all their new incoming aircarft would be.

https://paxex.aero/2018/01/inmarsat-phi ... milestone/
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Jun 10, 2019 12:27 am

Evtl no ife in economy class.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Jun 10, 2019 3:03 am

LRB40 wrote:
PR77W wrote:
PAL 7th A321neo RP-C9937 at Hamburg XFW.

https://twitter.com/Tobias_Gudat/status ... 05376?s=19


Are all of PAL's incoming A321neo not equipped with the Radome/hump? I thought all their new incoming aircarft would be.

https://paxex.aero/2018/01/inmarsat-phi ... milestone/


Could be retro-fitted later on. But I don't know PAL is very quiet with regards to the cabin interior of its 7th A321neo and onwards. I'm honestly not sure if they In-seat IFE or Streaming. Will just have to wait and see once RP-C9937 is delivered to PAL.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:46 am

PR77W wrote:
LRB40 wrote:
PR77W wrote:
PAL 7th A321neo RP-C9937 at Hamburg XFW.

https://twitter.com/Tobias_Gudat/status ... 05376?s=19


Are all of PAL's incoming A321neo not equipped with the Radome/hump? I thought all their new incoming aircarft would be.

https://paxex.aero/2018/01/inmarsat-phi ... milestone/


Could be retro-fitted later on. But I don't know PAL is very quiet with regards to the cabin interior of its 7th A321neo and onwards. I'm honestly not sure if they In-seat IFE or Streaming. Will just have to wait and see once RP-C9937 is delivered to PAL.


PR's upcoming A21N with ACF from RP-C9937 will be in regional config as they will replace A320; IFEs may not be present in that case. We'll see in 3Q 2019 (July-September) for the full details.
 
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:10 pm

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SMC's NMIA in Bulakan has found an ally in the Inquirer..... :spin: .....

https://opinion.inquirer.net/121887/bui ... ew-airport


And the Sangley Airport proposal of Cavite LGU will go out of nowhere, thanks to lack of support and also to Manila Bay rehab which makes reclamation inevitable. It's NMIA in Bulacan and CRK that will handle the air traffic from GMA (Greater MNL Area) in the next 10-20 years.
 
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Tue Jun 11, 2019 1:42 am

In the meantime, NAIA is still there.....

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We shall see if the Super Consortium will revise the design or really build this..... :wideeyed: .....

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PAL says they can't just go on buying planes without the pax terminal capacity/aircraft gate number increase.....

https://business.inquirer.net/272290/ev ... t-take-off



Meanwhile...NAIA Terminal 2 got a surprise inspection...hopefully, that would take care of the current problems there... :crossfingers: ...

https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2019 ... ght-delays
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Jun 11, 2019 3:41 pm

Apparently, the inspection and meetings pushed the opening of SGL to general aviation and turboprop operations earlier by a month..... :point:

https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1129079/d ... y-november

https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2019 ... ort-cavite



At CEB...thankfully :thumbsup: a covered walk now shelters people transferring between MCIA T1 and T2 from the intense summer sun..... :hot: .....

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Alas...airline passengers still have to get in a bus to take them where they need to go..... :tired: .....

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CRK will have a grander and quite different interpretation of that covered walk and waiting area..... :eyepopping: .....

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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Jun 12, 2019 6:14 pm

Given the tight schedule, DOTr's USec says only a "basic facility" like the San Vicente terminal in Palawan could be opened at SGL by November. Haven't they been working on this for almost a year and a half now..... :confused: .....

https://business.inquirer.net/272481/sa ... -dotr-exec

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Anyway...the above should be fine (except for lack of air conditioning) -- provided it is staffed and functioning properly...with F&B outlets and enough clean toilets with running water. Raising the floor a little more above NGL may be a good idea considering the flooding problems at Sangley. :house: The access problem remains given the road project to there is in limbo.


The old T4 at NAIA could be used temporarily by PAA and others until the MIAA could decide what to do with it.....

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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:21 pm

Devilfish wrote:
Given the tight schedule, DOTr's USec says only a "basic facility" like the San Vicente terminal in Palawan could be opened at SGL by November. Haven't they been working on this for almost a year and a half now..... :confused: .....


There’s only enough space in Sangley’s landslide for a simple passenger terminal building, and that’s what was bidded out sometime ago.

Even with limited road access, you can see how simple proximity is going to draw the turboprop ops from CRK to SGY.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:51 pm

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There’s only enough space in Sangley’s landslide for a simple passenger terminal building, and that’s what was bidded out sometime ago.

As it turns out, the November milestone is for GenAv only...a few more important items need to be in place for commercial turboprop operations.....

https://business.inquirer.net/272481/sa ... -dotr-exec

Quote:
"Tamayo, a former airline pilot, said they are striving to meet the deadline for the transfer of general aviation, which refers to non-commercial operations such as private jets and training aircraft. But he said the use of Sangley Airport for broader commercial flights within Duterte’s timeframe is more complex.

Tamayo cited a string of factors, including Sangley Airport’s lack of facilities, limited road access and its close proximity to Naia, which could comprise safety for larger planes.

He said Sangley could be ready for commercial flights – or those operated by carriers such as Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific – but only for turboprop aircraft, which are used for local inter-island hops. Tamayo said Sangley has a 2,300-meter runway, which extension was finished earlier this year.

Congestion in Naia will further ease if some commercial flights are transferred. But sought for comment, commercial carriers were mum on whether they would launch turboprop flights from Sangley Airport."




http://philippineairspace.blogspot.com/ ... ights.html

Quote:
"Department of Transportation (DoTr) has disclosed that Sangley airport in Cavite is not ready to receive commercial traffic in December due to operational constraints. (See project here)

Transportation Undersecretary for Aviation Manuel Antonio L. Tamayo said they might be able to start handling general aviation flights by November but commercial flights operated by turbo propellers (turboprops) will have to be deferred for at least one year because of some concerns valid only for airline operations.

Operational constraints include among others the installation of runway lights and associated navigational equipment necessary for it to operate at night and bad weather. DOTr is scheduled to install them next year. 'We’ll be setting up a new control tower together with the night rating of the airport,' he said.

Four parking stands are being constructed to service passengers under a taxi-in/ taxi-out procedure similar to those employed in the provinces."



LurveBus wrote:
Even with limited road access, you can see how simple proximity is going to draw the turboprop ops from CRK to SGY.

I certainly hope that the hassles of road travel and ferry transfer would not discourage people from using SGL...that demand could outgrow the small facility. :crossfingers:


https://www.facebook.com/jacquemanabat/ ... 260701481/


https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2019 ... ngest-naia
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jun 13, 2019 6:12 am

Devilfish wrote:
LurveBus wrote:
Even with limited road access, you can see how simple proximity is going to draw the turboprop ops from CRK to SGY.

I certainly hope that the hassles of road travel and ferry transfer would not discourage people from using SGL...that demand could outgrow the small facility. :crossfingers:


https://www.facebook.com/jacquemanabat/ ... 260701481/


https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2019 ... ngest-naia


Ferry from CCP or MOA to SGL is fine, but not enough since it carries luggages and cargo that may affect the vessel that would carry it. Better open a P2P bus route to SGL, from PITX, MOA and other parts of MM, mostly CBDs with hotels. Just like what UBE Express us doing where they operate a P2P bus from MNL (NAIA) to CBD, Commercial and Business areas.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:49 pm

SkyHigher wrote:
Ferry from CCP or MOA to SGL is fine, but not enough since it carries luggages and cargo that may affect the vessel that would carry it. Better open a P2P bus route to SGL, from PITX, MOA and other parts of MM, mostly CBDs with hotels. Just like what UBE Express us doing where they operate a P2P bus from MNL (NAIA) to CBD, Commercial and Business areas.

The jetty should be inside the bay, close to the pax terminal...to protect it from the open sea (wonder what they'd do during typhoon season). :scratchchin: The issue with a P2P bus operation is it would be captive to chokepoints along the narrow route and might not be able to adhere to a definite schedule roughly coinciding with the flight times. Anyhow, that's the way things happen now around NAIA. The bizjet crowd will have no problem as they'd most likely use air taxis to their final destination. All they need is a helo landing pad (plus customs & immigration formalities). When all other in-country gateway projects are completed and the wide access road to SGL is in place, the facilities could potentially transition into, and be ideally positioned as an FBO.


To dispel notions that airlines are not committed to transferring their passenger TP operations to Sangley, the DOTr has this to say.....

https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1130174/a ... rport-dotr

Quote:
"Airline companies have agreed to 'fully relocate' their general aviation freight turboprop as well as commercial turboprop operations to Sangley airport in Cavite once the infrastructure is in place, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said Thursday.

The announcement was made after Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade met with officials from Philippine Airlines, AirAsia, and Cebu Pacific to discuss the immediate operationalization of Sangley Airport.

'During the meeting, airlines agreed to use Sangley airport for general aviation, freight turboprop operations, and commercial turboprop operations as soon as the infrastructure is in place,' the DOTr said in a statement."
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jun 13, 2019 4:03 pm

SkyHigher wrote:
Devilfish wrote:
LurveBus wrote:
Even with limited road access, you can see how simple proximity is going to draw the turboprop ops from CRK to SGY.

I certainly hope that the hassles of road travel and ferry transfer would not discourage people from using SGL...that demand could outgrow the small facility. :crossfingers:


https://www.facebook.com/jacquemanabat/ ... 260701481/


https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2019 ... ngest-naia


Ferry from CCP or MOA to SGL is fine, but not enough since it carries luggages and cargo that may affect the vessel that would carry it. Better open a P2P bus route to SGL, from PITX, MOA and other parts of MM, mostly CBDs with hotels. Just like what UBE Express us doing where they operate a P2P bus from MNL (NAIA) to CBD, Commercial and Business areas.


If anything, transporting cargo over water is far more efficient than transporting it over land.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu Jun 13, 2019 6:21 pm

The matter of road transportation is now the subject of an unsolicited P20B Expressway proposal.....

http://philippineairspace.blogspot.com/ ... -dotr.html


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The clear height of the proposed viaduct above MSL will be critical to allow passage of vessels below.
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:55 am

Does anyone know where the location of the new Sangley terminal will be? Will it be within the air base complex, or will it be on the west end of the runway, near the residential area and where (according to Google Maps) the small cargo planes stay at?
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jun 14, 2019 11:03 am

Devilfish wrote:
The matter of road transportation is now the subject of an unsolicited P20B Expressway proposal.....

http://philippineairspace.blogspot.com/ ... -dotr.html


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The clear height of the proposed viaduct above MSL will be critical to allow passage of vessels below.


The size of motorized bancas aa fishing vessels is not a hindrance to the MVP's proposal to extend CAVITEX to SGL via Kawit. It will obviously undergo in the DED (Detailed Engineering Design) phase to determine how tall should the viaducts be built. Engineers and other planners will do that job.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:15 pm

Some route update this week:

CEB temporarily reducing frequency between MNL-SYD from 5 times weekly to 4 times weekly from Aug 13 to 31

https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... djustment/

Meanwhile Tigerair Taiwan is increasing frequency between TPE - KLO from 3 times weeky to 5 times weekly, starting July 01.

https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... july-2019/

All of this is subject to changed However and will be updated if there any changes.
 
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Re: Philippine Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:22 pm

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The size of motorized bancas aa fishing vessels is not a hindrance to the MVP's proposal to extend CAVITEX to SGL via Kawit.

Have the Navy/Coast Guard completely given up their area there in Sangley? I'd hardly call those vessels docked on the leeward side of the photo in post #442 as "bancas"... :shakehead:

SkyHigher wrote:
It will obviously undergo in the DED (Detailed Engineering Design) phase to determine how tall should the viaducts be built.

They cannot wait that late to know how high it should be as they're including a price in their proposal...their ballpark estimate has to be competitive otherwise the government will just seek other proponents or bid out the project openly.

The viaduct will only need to be higher at the portion over the deeper channel where the bigger vessels navigate (not along its entire stretch) then slope down to established street level. As it is, there seems to be this alternate proposal where those won't have to pass under the viaduct if the water is deep enough alongside it...and which goes directly to the bayfront area.....

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This superimposed image of the ongoing development indicates the ferry dock might, afterall, be at the corner near the runway end, on the windward side.....

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Passenger Terminal Building rigid steel framework.....

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Lastly...the type of boat likely to be operated by PR and 5J for their passengers.....

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Nice shots of CRK T2 construction from SkyscraperCity..... :camera:

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