Twa747100 From United States of America, joined May 1999, 600 posts, RR: 0 Posted (14 years 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 1478 times:
Im going out on a limb but the wonderfull STL-FRA flight is going to be a code share out of EWR to FRA on lufthansa. So it would be a TWA airplane going from STL to EWR and from EWR to FRA it will be a lufthansa plane. Maybe this is just going to be a short term thing or not but this is what I have read on the board in JFK and STL.
Can someone correct me or second that they have heard this please?
Olympic From Greece, joined Jun 2005, 0 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (14 years 14 hours ago) and read 1320 times:
TWA is really planning to fly directly from STL to FRA! A former employee of my company who is running his own business now was approached by TWA to do their representation at FRA! As it seems TWA doesn´t want to start with an own station representative!
UK-TWA From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 7, posted (14 years 14 hours ago) and read 1319 times:
Well, someone on the Yahoo! message board suggested a plausible rotation schedule for an aircraft deplyed on the STL-FRA route:
<< Day 1-2 STL-FRA 230p-630A
Day 2 FRA-STL 250p-555p
Day 2-3 STL-LGW 730p-955a
Day 3 LGW-STL 1145A-310p
Day 3 STL-LAX 530p-743p
Day 3-4 LAX-JFK 1000p-608a
Day 4 JFK-STL 820a-1003a
Day 4 wait till 230p for the FRA flight.
Now, assuming that they use the same equipment for all of this ( they could for example easily do a swap in JFK with the inbound TLV or CAI equipment) & assuming my math is right, over 72 hours I get about 16:40 of utilization each day. I would say that's not too bad. >>
16.4 hrs of utilization per day on average is actually excellent. TWA may also choose to have some line maintenance and/or deep cleaning done, while the aircraft is sitting in FRA. It's also likely that within a year or two, an additional flight from JFK will be added. The incoming plane from STL may then head back to New York around 10:00am, while the flight arriving from JFK around noon heads back to STL at 2:50. We will see.