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'Tis The Season - Caribbean Aviation Thread 103  
User currently offlineBW424 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Sep 2008, 1429 posts, RR: 1
Posted (1 year 9 months 1 week 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 23173 times:

Greetings to all A.net patrons!


Welcome to the 103rd instalment of the Caribbean Aviation Thread. It's that time of the year again where extended families converge from all corners of the globe to celebrate Christmas and the industry that makes it all possible merrily gains its spike in yields. This 103rd thread may very well be the last thread of this current year. For 2012, the Caribbean Aviation Series has managed to produce 10 threads with an approximate cumulative total of just over 2,200 replies of vibrant aviation discussion. We average a new thread every 5.5 weeks.

Cheers to all contributors for making such a feat possible. We wish all airlines serving the region a very prosperous Christmas season.



******NEWS FEED******
LI rumored to be close to final deal with ATR for the new ATR-42-600 series
BW B763 (9Y-LHR) operating POS-JFK and POS-ANU killing 3 of the 4 souls on board
New LI CEO Capt Ian Brunton signals the imminent cutting of possibly 30% of LI route network
EZjet charter operation encounters financial turbulence; licenses to operate revoked
CAL to assist in moving holiday booked EZjet passengers
BW ATR (9Y-TTD) operating BW300 (POS-CCS) exterior engine panel comes off on takeoff
POS and TAB airports to undergo major infrastructural upgrades
Insel Air to codeshare with Surinam Airways
BW 738 experiences slight cabin depressurization while operating BW884 (PBM-POS).
BW's 5th and last ATR-72-600 series (9Y-TTE) delivered to POS base.
Jamaica secures direct flights from 4 different EU territories; first CARICOM territory expected to get 787 service
AA increases GND-MIA to 4x weekly with 738 equipment
B6 begins services to GCM, 3x weekly from JFK and 1x weekly from BOS
DAE begins daily CUR-PBM service with F100 (Nov. 19)
WS commences daily POS-YYZ service with B73G






MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!!

[Edited 2012-11-24 01:31:55]

[Edited 2012-11-24 01:40:59]

[Edited 2012-11-24 01:42:56]


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User currently online817Dreamliiner From Montserrat, joined Jul 2008, 2319 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (1 year 9 months 1 week 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 23151 times:

Thanks for starting the new thread BW424!

Quoting BW424 (Thread starter):
BW B763 (9Y-LHR) operating POS-JFK and POS-ANU killing 3 of the 4 souls on board

Think you mixed up something here, I suppose your referring to the FlyMontserrat crash?

Quoting BW424 (Thread starter):
LI rumored to be close to final deal with ATR for the new ATR-42-600 series

Great! would love to hopefully see these in the future.

Quoting BW424 (Thread starter):
WS commences daily POS-YYZ service with B73G

They also started service to ANU recently



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User currently offlineandrefranca From Brazil, joined May 2011, 605 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (1 year 9 months 1 week 1 day 6 hours ago) and read 23036 times:

Quoting BW424 (Thread starter):
BW B763 (9Y-LHR) operating POS-JFK and POS-ANU killing 3 of the 4 souls on board

excuse me? what am I missing, just run to google and wikipedia and didn't find anything?


User currently offlinebeeweel15 From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 1752 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (1 year 9 months 1 week 1 day ago) and read 22933 times:

Dear Santa,

I want a few 777's and 787's, for CAL/JM Plus a few more Caribbean Carriers to take on the big guys from abroad and less government interference and more Caribbean entrepreneurs to make the aviation industry become one of the best in the world.


User currently offlineBW424 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Sep 2008, 1429 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (1 year 9 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 22870 times:

Quoting 817Dreamliiner (Reply 1):
Thanks for starting the new thread BW424!

Your most welcome

Quoting 817Dreamliiner (Reply 1):
Think you mixed up something here, I suppose your referring to the FlyMontserrat crash?
Quoting andrefranca (Reply 2):
excuse me? what am I missing, just run to google and wikipedia and didn't find anything?

Yes, an unfortunate error. I have no clue as to how this happened as they were two separate headlines when I typed them. I've informed a forum moderator of the necessary amendments to be made and hopefully it is corrected in quick time. Sorry for any mini-heart attacks any of you guys may have experienced.

[Edited 2012-11-24 15:54:39]


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User currently offlineandrefranca From Brazil, joined May 2011, 605 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (1 year 9 months 1 week 16 hours ago) and read 22780 times:

and now my wish:

"Dear Santa, please keep the prices a little bit low in the caribbean! I know I know most of the airlines are goin' through bad times but LIAT wants almost 300 us for only A 30 MINUTES LEG, DIRECT WITH NO STOPS, this will burn all my plans to visit the eastern caribbean! hope to see some more seirous business there in 2013 aswel" thanks a lot!


User currently offlinecaribbean484 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Jan 2007, 2638 posts, RR: 1
Reply 6, posted (1 year 9 months 1 week 8 hours ago) and read 22686 times:

Unruly passenger causes plane to land in Trinidad
"A disruptive passenger on aboard an American Airlines aircraft had to be restrained yesterday on a flight from Miami. Police said the Canadian national was subsequently charged for behaving in a disruptive manner while on aboard an aircraft in flight. Jacques Heroux is expected to appear in the Arima Magistrates’ Court tomorrow."
http://guardian.co.tt/news/2012-11-2...ssenger-causes-plane-land-trinidad

Guyana, China sign US$130M airport expansion deal
"The agreement will see the government receiving a concessional loan of US$130 million with the help of the Chinese government, to support the expansion project."
http://www.guyanatimesinternational.com/?cat=17

Suriname wants Air Berlin to fly to Paramaribo
"Confidence in the growing Suriname tourism industry by the private sector has created more interest in bringing reputable international airlines to Suriname.
This spurred the Association of Travelers (VVR) and the Socialist Party (SP) in the Netherlands, and the Association of Dutch Suriname to meet on Monday to plan a course of action to get Air Berlin to fly from Dusseldorf to Paramaribo. Air Berlin flies already to Curacao."

New Virgin fleet to serve region
"Virgin Atlantic has confirmed that its newest aircraft, the Airbus A330-300, will start servicing routes next year, in the Eastern Caribbean alongside the newly refitted Boeing 747-400 aircraft that the airline currently operates."
http://www.barbadostoday.bb/2012/11/.../new-virgin-fleet-to-serve-region/



All ah we is one family
User currently online817Dreamliiner From Montserrat, joined Jul 2008, 2319 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (1 year 9 months 1 week 7 hours ago) and read 22674 times:

Quoting caribbean484 (Reply 6):
New Virgin fleet to serve region
"Virgin Atlantic has confirmed that its newest aircraft, the Airbus A330-300, will start servicing routes next year, in the Eastern Caribbean alongside the newly refitted Boeing 747-400 aircraft that the airline currently operates."
http://www.barbadostoday.bb/2012/11/.../new-virgin-fleet-to-serve-region/

Was hoping this would happen at some point, Maybe I can finally get my first A330 flight with them, though was really hoping for a non stop from MAN-ANU. I guess we'll see.



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User currently offline2travel2know2 From Panama, joined Apr 2010, 2607 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (1 year 9 months 1 week ago) and read 22551 times:

Quoting caribbean484 (Reply 6):
Suriname wants Air Berlin to fly to Paramaribo
"Confidence in the growing Suriname tourism industry by the private sector has created more interest in bringing reputable international airlines to Suriname.

If Suriname wants Air Berlin to fly to PBM, could it be because the surinamese believe fares between Germany and PBM may be cheaper than AMS-PBM?



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User currently offlineandrefranca From Brazil, joined May 2011, 605 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (1 year 9 months 6 days 20 hours ago) and read 22477 times:

Quoting 2travel2know2 (Reply 8):

Their fares are OK to AMS but still I don't see why they would want AB there (KLM and PY and now one more isn't it overkill?), one thing I know, it may sound strange BUT there are almost more surinamese in Holland (living close to the border with Germany) than there are in Suriname! this is because in the 70's the dictatorship decided to break free from Holland and people were desperate to flee, the ones who studied in Holland will never forget the short movies showing people crying, doing tantrum scenes at PBM and KLM even sent extras 747's to cater...


User currently offlineA388 From Netherlands Antilles, joined May 2001, 9780 posts, RR: 11
Reply 10, posted (1 year 9 months 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 22349 times:

Yes, thanks for starting the thread BW424!!! I'll start off with my latest photos in the database:



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Cheers,

A388


User currently offlineA388 From Netherlands Antilles, joined May 2001, 9780 posts, RR: 11
Reply 11, posted (1 year 9 months 6 days 8 hours ago) and read 22311 times:

Guys,

I need your help, is there a reliable website that posts passenger numbers handled at airports in the Caribbean? It will be nice if we can compare airports in our region with each other.

A388


User currently offlineyellowtail From United States of America, joined Jun 2005, 6118 posts, RR: 2
Reply 12, posted (1 year 9 months 6 days 6 hours ago) and read 22274 times:

Quoting A388 (Reply 11):

Guys,

I need your help, is there a reliable website that posts passenger numbers handled at airports in the Caribbean? It will be nice if we can compare airports in our region with each other.

you looking for a miracle there buddy......I can send you BZE if that helps.



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User currently offlineA388 From Netherlands Antilles, joined May 2001, 9780 posts, RR: 11
Reply 13, posted (1 year 9 months 6 days 5 hours ago) and read 22249 times:

Quoting yellowtail (Reply 12):
you looking for a miracle there buddy......I can send you BZE if that helps.

Thanks Yellowtail but I'm looking for passenger numbers on the Caribbean islands themselves.

Cheers,

A388


User currently offlineguyanam From United States of America, joined Mar 2010, 1364 posts, RR: 1
Reply 14, posted (1 year 9 months 6 days 1 hour ago) and read 22165 times:

Quoting andrefranca (Reply 5):

Did you check to see how much of that fare LI will actually receive. Taxes for travel within the Caribbean do great damage to airfares and discourage intra regional travel.

Quoting andrefranca (Reply 2):

Yes this had me wondering if one of teh 767s had crashed. Not excatly reassuring given the massive delays in introducing these planes (been sun batheing since Aug/Sept) and the fact that the LGW run is over water for a lenghthy period.


User currently offlineLimaNiner From United States of America, joined Oct 2006, 400 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (1 year 9 months 6 days 1 hour ago) and read 22148 times:

Quoting BW424 (Reply 4):
Dear Santa,

Dear Santa,

I would love non-stop SFO-MBJ service. No need for a 777 -- a 767 with International First Class seats will do.  

(And, yes, I'm aware that there isn't a market for this... or it would already exist, right?)


User currently offline2travel2know2 From Panama, joined Apr 2010, 2607 posts, RR: 1
Reply 16, posted (1 year 9 months 6 days ago) and read 22124 times:

Quoting LimaNiner (Reply 15):
I would love non-stop SFO-MBJ service. No need for a 777 -- a 767 with International First Class seats will do.

(And, yes, I'm aware that there isn't a market for this... or it would already exist, right?)

SFO-MBJ and LAX-MBJ could well be fine as UA weekend only, December-April routes.
May even be flown with B737.



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User currently offlineBW424 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Sep 2008, 1429 posts, RR: 1
Reply 17, posted (1 year 9 months 6 days ago) and read 22110 times:

Well guys, BW's Dash 8s have been retired. I believe the last DHC-8 flight was operated on Sunday gone (9Y-WIZ). Farewell to these great island hopping machines!

[Edited 2012-11-26 15:33:03]

[Edited 2012-11-26 15:34:30]


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User currently offlineBW424 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Sep 2008, 1429 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (1 year 9 months 5 days 22 hours ago) and read 22054 times:

Guys, disregard my last post concerning the last BW DHC8 flight. That is incorrect.


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User currently offlineandrefranca From Brazil, joined May 2011, 605 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (1 year 9 months 5 days 10 hours ago) and read 21952 times:

Quoting guyanam (Reply 14):
Did you check to see how much of that fare LI will actually receive. Taxes for travel within the Caribbean do great damage to airfares and discourage intra regional travel.

Yeah   too bad, now I know why the CEO wants to cut the "uneconomic" routes!


User currently offlineguyanam From United States of America, joined Mar 2010, 1364 posts, RR: 1
Reply 20, posted (1 year 9 months 5 days ago) and read 21842 times:

Any ideas when the 767s will fully replace Omni to LGW and on the GEO JFK?

User currently offlinecaribbean484 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Jan 2007, 2638 posts, RR: 1
Reply 21, posted (1 year 9 months 4 days 20 hours ago) and read 21787 times:

Quoting guyanam (Reply 20):
Any ideas when the 767s will fully replace Omni to LGW and on the GEO JFK?

From this week 9Y-LHR will be flying to YYZ and then start the GEO-YYZ-GEO flight. 9Y-LGW is still undergoing certification process, not sure if its serviceable yet.
For the time being CAL wll use Omni to NYC and LGW will not be services until the airline gets ETOPS back.

Quoting A388 (Reply 11):
I need your help, is there a reliable website that posts passenger numbers handled at airports in the Caribbean? It will be nice if we can compare airports in our region with each other.

That will be a Christmas miracle right there, most we can get is yearly pax stats from the various airport authorities in the region.

Quoting 2travel2know2 (Reply 8):
If Suriname wants Air Berlin to fly to PBM, could it be because the surinamese believe fares between Germany and PBM may be cheaper than AMS-PBM?

I doubt that very much, may be they want to attract a new market for tourism?



All ah we is one family
User currently offlineBW424 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Sep 2008, 1429 posts, RR: 1
Reply 22, posted (1 year 9 months 4 days 14 hours ago) and read 21717 times:

Quoting caribbean484 (Reply 21):
From this week 9Y-LHR will be flying to YYZ and then start the GEO-YYZ-GEO flight. 9Y-LGW is still undergoing certification process, not sure if its serviceable yet.
For the time being CAL wll use Omni to NYC and LGW will not be services until the airline gets ETOPS back.

The way in which BW is using its 763s baffles me. They have been flying sporadically. I assume this is due to LGW not being operational. This must be costing the airline some good $, especially the LGW route.



BW's frequencies for the winter to North America.

Total of 48x weekly flights into NYC.

POS-JFK - 19x weekly (B738/B763)
KIN-JFK - 19x weekly (B738)
KIN-MBJ-JFK - 3x weekly (B738)
POS-GND-JFK - 3x weekly (B738)
POS-TAB-JFK - 1x weekly (B738)
POS-GEO-JFK - 3x weekly (B763)

Total of 35x weekly flights into South Florida

POS-MIA - 7x weekly (B738)
POS-FLL - 7x weekly (B738)
KIN-FLL - 21x weekly (B738)

Total of 25x weekly flights into YYZ

POS-YYZ - 14x weekly (B738/B763)
POS-GND-YYZ - 2x weekly (B738)
POS-GEO-YYZ - 2x weekly (B763)
KIN-YYZ - 7x weekly (B738)



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User currently offlineA388 From Netherlands Antilles, joined May 2001, 9780 posts, RR: 11
Reply 23, posted (1 year 9 months 2 days 9 hours ago) and read 21440 times:

Quoting BW424 (Reply 22):
The way in which BW is using its 763s baffles me.

Totally agreed, it baffles me too. Why isn't Caribbean Airlines making full use of their 76W's?

Quoting caribbean484 (Reply 21):
That will be a Christmas miracle right there, most we can get is yearly pax stats from the various airport authorities in the region.

I'm beginning to see that now. Do you have the link to those airport authorities who have these stats available on-line?

A388


User currently offlineInbound From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Sep 2001, 851 posts, RR: 2
Reply 24, posted (1 year 9 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 21380 times:

Quoting A388 (Reply 23):
Totally agreed, it baffles me too. Why isn't Caribbean Airlines making full use of their 76W's?

The main reason as of late has been the lack of foreign instructor pilots availability. Training has resumed as of yesterday and hopefully should be ongoing over the next few months. Expect more frequent YYZ and JFK flights from next week.



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25 andrefranca : talking about YYZ, price "war" between CAL and Westjet has started, CAL flooding facebook with 184 USD one way fare with all taxes included! Rumors: C
26 2travel2know2 : If G3 or JJ can't get Brazilians to AUA non-stop from GRU, let an Aruban airline do it.. Wonder what kind of GRU slots a possible AUA-GRU-AUA service
27 andrefranca : The relationship between "modern" brazilian airlines and the caribbean is skeptical! I say that because RG and Vasp used to cater for the islands and
28 Post contains links caribbean484 : Well some good news CAL's 9Y-LGW is expected to fly for the first time on commercial service to JFK on Wednesday. CAL will wet lease a Atlas Air 767 f
29 andrefranca : Guys I'm sadened to learn that Air Caraibes no longer flies to Brazil? can someone confirm that? on their page BEL is no longer bookable? so that's th
30 guyanam : They got rid of their embraer jets so had to stop flying to Cayenne. Thats why PY resumed service to BEL from CAY. DOM has no choice. When Eagle drop
31 Post contains images andrefranca : ohhh I didn't know that! anyways "bonne chance" to PY!!!!
32 Post contains links caribbean484 : Its been a long time coming but finally, Caribbean Airlines accorded flag carrier status "It was a doubly sweet experience for Caribbean Airlines on T
33 GUYAIR707 : Took their own sweet time, but I am happy, it makes much sense. GUYAIR707
34 GUYAIR707 : Do you see any new GEO non stop routes, maybe GEO-BGI, GEO-ANU, GEO-MIA, GEO-PBM, and possibly GEO-KIN to compete with FlyJamaica? GUYAIR707
35 caribbean484 : Well they already fly GEO-BGI nonstop, but I believe the loads are too low for ANU, PBM and KIN to make those flights nonstop. CAL barely flies to AN
36 guyanam : Most people traveling between GUY and SUR do so overland as there is a ferry service over the Corentyne. So air travel is low. In addition there is a
37 mah4546 : If. While the ATRs are leaving, AA is in active discussions with other airlines to begin a new American Eagle operation out of San Juan. Hence, flight
38 LimaFoxTango : I agree with guynam here. Not a matter of if, but when. DOM is not that large of a market to warrant any airline to operate jet service to/from the U
39 mah4546 : Seaborne Airlines is exactly the carrier that might be flying as American Eagle starting April 1st.
40 guyanam : The fact of the matter is that MIA and SXM have replaced SJU as a shopping destination. And with limited AA feed thru SJU from cities other than JFK
41 GUYAIR707 : EZjet says via their Facebook page that they want to restart using Icelandair. GUYAIR707
42 andrefranca : they should drop the towel, their brand was too hurt with the recent scandals! I doubt people will book with them from now on!
43 caribbean484 : Lol these people are just first grade jokers in aviation. I just saw their online petition and basically they blamed CAL for all their problems, sayi
44 2travel2know2 : Shouldn't GEO get serious and if no Guyanese can provide reliable international air-links (with USA/Canada) see what AA, DL, NK or WS can do for GEO?
45 GUYAIR707 : BW provides very adequate, and more recent reliable service, GEO-POS, BGI, JFK, YYZ, MIA, etc., for many decades now. In addition, DL has been on JFK
46 Post contains links JM02 : Long-haul, low-cost comes to the Caribbean XL Airways France is starting service to the islands of Martinique (Tue, Thu, Sun) and Guadeloupe (Mon, Wed
47 2travel2know2 : Something like KIN-PTY or maybe KIN-AUA may not work with 50-seat turbo-prop. PUJ is a purely leisure market, however if airlinks between Dominican R
48 ahlfors : I don't think PUJ is a viable option for LI. BA already flies their 777 twice a week ANU-PUJ-ANU (coming from LGW) with full traffic rights, and LI f
49 817Dreamliiner : Thats funny because, last year I asked one of the check in guys in ANU if that flight was bookable separate and they told me no! But I Just confirmed
50 andrefranca : Sadly, these are "launching flights prices" I have being searching the prices on FDF-ORY and PTP-ORY for the last few months, AF TX and now XL charge
51 A388 : With regards to AUA, they mean flights from their bases to AUA, just as how CUR is served from POS using the Dash-8-300. A388
52 ahlfors : Back when the route started they did not have traffic rights between ANU and PUJ, but I think they've had it for at least a year now.
53 817Dreamliiner : Well that's good know. Thanks for the info.
54 guyanam : "The reason why a company (EZjet) fails is because the competition matched them and some thing is wrong with that" What did EZjet expect BW and DL to
55 BW424 : LI is moving full steam ahead. It's obvious that Brunton has brought his good relationships with aviation third parties to LI and to their benefit. T
56 GUYAIR707 : With the little knowledge I have BW does not now have to apply to GOG for flight numbers to originate and end in GEO. As far as I know prior to this,
57 JM02 : COPA is doubling flights to MBJ MBJ to go from two to four times a week starting December 17. The Copa flight will depart Panama at 9:38 a.m. on Monda
58 guyanam : As of before national flag carrier status BW flights either had to orginate in POS, and continue nonstop, or pass thru POS, a one stop direct flight
59 wadadli : It appears the flights are now pulled from the system as flights beyond March 31st are no longer bookable
60 guyanam : Are you hearing any rumors about how islands like ANU and SKB will be served out of SJU?
61 andrefranca : LI flies to SJU doesn't it? they'll have the route all to themselves!
62 2travel2know2 : In other words, at least now CM will offer daily flights to Jamaica.
63 Post contains links guyanam : Yes LI flies this. I was wondering if AA plans to work with LI (who are hard to work with), or if B6 will jump into ANU, as was rumored. And maybe if
64 wadadli : Lots of rumors but have not heard any convining information coming out of the Antigua/Barbuda Investment Authority nor the Airport Authority who tend
65 guyanam : I think that part of the reason that LI has a hard time in getting island govts to invest in them is that there is some serious anti LIAT hatred out
66 BW424 : Appreciate the clarification. I'm guessing for this to happen, a GEO-NA-GEO nonstop needs to be majorly profitable because refueling in GEO is quite
67 guyanam : I guess it gives BW the option of turning aircraft around in GEO, instead of sending them to POS on an empty sector. They dont have to exercise this
68 Post contains links caribbean484 : Well it seem that EZJet is not going to be back up in the air anytime soon as their owner was arrested yesterday on embezzlement charges and now it se
69 beeweel15 : I was just there on facebook it is still up
70 yellowtail : US prefers to send those people via IAH. LAX-MBJ was tried on JM and it struggled.
71 andrefranca : They just announced on the FB page: "The end of the EZJET is here. The airline has no intentions to restart in future."
72 Post contains links caribbean484 : Their fb page was down when I checked around mid day and now its back, well EZJet has officially ended and the charade has come to a halt. They even
73 BW424 : Amazing to hear of the bacchanalia going on with EZjet. I just saw a youtube vid where the Ag. CEO said her title was just that, a title and she had
74 infiniti329 : Any developments on BW being ordered to drop the air jamacia brand?
75 A388 : AFAIK this is no longer required (at least from the T&T aviation authorities' side). A388
76 2travel2know2 : But JM was mostly leisure O/D. If UA was to fly non-stop SFO-MBJ, be once, twice per week, UA could gat traffic from its hub, something JM wasn't abl
77 trintocan : Indeed sad to see that VS will drop TAB in March 2013 after the winter season. They apparently asked for subsidies to continue their flights over the
78 Panman : They pulled out already. End of November.... pAnmAn ------------
79 Post contains links and images PWMRamper : Was just at SXM, first time there, and first time in the Caribbean. Had a blast at Maho, here's a couple of my favorite pictures:
80 Post contains images 817Dreamliiner : Nice Photos! thanks for sharing them, liked the one with the KLM 747! Im back in the Caribbean as well for the Christmas holidays, will be writing up
81 trintocan : I am finding this story a little puzzling. Often when a route is closed there is a fair bit about it in the media but in this case there is very litt
82 trintocan : Another point which could be at play with the VS situation is the recent deal for DL to buy the shares held by SQ. In deals of this nature a full revi
83 Post contains links Panman : Very contradictory. This CNC3 video says that they have pulled out already (which is why I said they had already pulled out) http://www.cnc3.co.tt/ne
84 guyanam : [ Even if they get BW to fly LGW TAB (GNDis also trying to get this service) Virgin's travel package generates a large chunk of these UK visitors to T
85 trintocan : That is very true indeed, VS were the ones bringing the majority of UK visitors to TAB. ZB is largely used as a cheap alternative to BA (and latterly
86 Post contains links caribbean484 : Virgin Atlantic will cut TAB from May next year until the winter again and are asking for 1m pounds to operate the route throughout the the winter an
87 Post contains links and images 817Dreamliiner : Trip report is up: Montserrat's Festival 50 Part 1: On BA And SVG Air (by 817Dreamliiner Dec 20 2012 in Trip Reports) Hope you guys enjoy reading
88 Post contains links LimaFoxTango : One of BW's Dash 8 was ferried to the US today 20/12. It passed thru ANU on the way to PLS. New owner perhaps? I believe it was 9Y-WIN. http://flighta
89 Post contains images andrefranca : Nice, congrats! I'm sad whe I think I'm not making into MNI on my vacations starting in 11 days, prices are killing, mainly LI prices! it doubled its
90 817Dreamliiner : Thanks Andrefranca. That's too bad you cant make it here. The prices are indeed quite expensive, maybe another time!
91 guyanam : Any idea how many seats the A330s will have?
92 caribbean484 : Very good question. I am not sure which A333 will be based where, but they have two configurations 4 A333 in 59W255Y 6 A333 in 33J48W185Y So my guess
93 817Dreamliiner : The 59W/255Y are the one based at MAN and LGW called the "beach fleet" by some here. The other configuration are the LHR based A330s. If I remember c
94 caribbean484 : Yes I heard about the reconfiguration, which is why I was skeptical about which would be where. I did know that those in the high density config will
95 817Dreamliiner : Well it would all depend on how long the reconfiguration takes, but if the Caribbean flights are starting next winter, then VS could have one or two
96 Post contains links TriniA340 : Talks seem to be going favourably for Tobago between Tourism Minister Stephen Cadiz & VS officials: http://guardian.co.tt/business-guard...diz-tt-
97 ahlfors : This almost sounds like Caribbean Airlines taking over the flight and maybe Virgin Holidays selling it? That could work...
98 Post contains links TriniA340 : New airlift to Tobago from Winter 2013: http://www.trinidadexpress.com/news/...__coming__to_Tobago-184507601.html Probably SAS, since they are the fla
99 BW985 : My guess is that Caribbean Airlines is to introduce TAB-BGI flights that will connect with the VS flights from BGI-LGW flights. Now that VS have alre
100 A388 : SAS doesn't do charter flights to the Caribbean. Thomas Cook Scandinavia, does. A388
101 Post contains links and images BW424 : "Bad news this year, better news next year." Those eight words pretty much sum up the past and future for Antigua-based regional carrier Liat, which e
102 A388 : Seeing is believing. A388
103 Post contains images andrefranca : I don't know how price sensitive caribbean people are, but have you checked LI prices recently? I had to cut by 3 destinations on my list cause they'
104 BW424 : I agree. But, I still think LI should be give a good positive outlook as they are talking sense. I hear your frustration. One thing that must be said
105 guyanam : I assume the high density seating will be used. I get the impression that BA and VS attract a very different market. VS getting the more price consci
106 BW424 : A very Merry Christmas to all our contributors and observers!!
107 Post contains images 817Dreamliiner : Merry Christmas to you and everyone else! While that may be true, i'll find it very strange if they didn't offer upper class on these routes, but who
108 Post contains links 817Dreamliiner : Just found this video of a CAL 767 doing a touch and go at ANU. Anyone know when this was and which aircraft (reg) it was? http://youtu.be/SEVoSPuMqKs
109 caribbean484 : Merry Christmas to everyone!! Got some snow out in Long Island last night and some more are likely tomorrow. I get that impressions also, however it
110 Post contains links 817Dreamliiner : Interesting, thanks. Read this from a thread in this forum, I assume this is the same thread 484 was referring to: Virgin LGW Fleet Update (by cipang
111 Post contains links LimaFoxTango : Dominica becomes LIAT shareholder ROSEAU, Dominica, Dec 28, CMC – Dominica will attend its first shareholders meeting of the regional airline, LIAT,
112 Post contains links LimaFoxTango : LIAT given green light to purchase new aircraft Shareholder governments of the regional airline, LIAT, have given the green light to plans to renew th
113 Post contains images andrefranca : I'm surprised to see that at least on this matter, some caribbean nations are getin' together! this is the chance to LI recovers itself, now more than
114 turk223 : Not a very profound addition to the forum, but just gotrback from a trip back home and got to fly Caribbean's ATR POS-BGI-POS; really impressed with t
115 BW424 : Glad to hear you had a good experience. Nowadays, it's a hit and miss with their service. Sometimes they are on point and other times they leave a lo
116 Post contains links and images A388 : Hello All, First of all, Happy New Year. May we all have a prosperous 2013!!! Due to fatherhood, I'm not going through the forum that much anymore but
117 Post contains links 817Dreamliiner : Heres a trip report Just posted today About St Kitts and Nevis, Its an interesting read, hope you guys enjoy: Caribbean Bliss. Exploring St.Kitts &
118 Post contains images yellowtail : You think If I got the Gov't of Belize to kick in $3million to LIAT that I could get them to fly one of those (soon coming) ATRs over here
119 QF108 : Completely off any of the above related topics but would somebody kindly out there provide a list of the current Air Sunshine aircraft registrations p
120 andrefranca : Hey guys I'm off for a while, I'm in central america on vacations! will try to do some "mini trip reports" if possible! happy 2013!
121 inbound : CAL is expected to operate its first flight to LGW on Jan 8th using its own equipment and crew.
122 817Dreamliiner : Hope you enjoy your trip! Its about time....
123 yellowtail : Seems like UA is dropping PAP and CUR all together.
124 A388 : CUR seasonal service just started. A388
125 A388 : Just checked the system and UA will fly to CUR until mid August of this year (as they always do). A388
126 yellowtail : Its is another thread.....it is being discountined with the next OAG update. From a poster in the "UA discontinues..." thread In addition United will
127 yellowtail : This will just leave AA as the sole legacy carrier in CUR right?
128 A388 : I just checked it again and yes, the route will be cancelled starting April (in any case not immediately). A388
129 yellowtail : I just don't understand how UA could not get this to work...didn't they also pull AUA?
130 A388 : That is a good question, AUA is still operated daily and on saturdays UA has about 6 flights to AUA during high season. A388
131 Post contains links and images A388 : Hello guys, In below link you will see my latest aircraft photo in the database: View Large View MediumPhoto © Roger Cannegieter - Curacao Aviation P
132 andrefranca : Before I get stabed lol, let me state that I love the islands, I've been to both more than 2 times each, but heeeemmmm IMHO, once again IMHO, AUA may
133 caribbean484 : A Happy New year to all our members I can't believe they cannot make PAP work out of NYC even once per week? CUR also? The Haitian diaspora out NYC is
134 2travel2know2 : Agree. NYC-PAP isn't for RJs but surely UA could get a much better revenue of an older B737 on a EWR-PAP route than anywhere domestic. Well, we might
135 guyanam : I thought that EWR PAP would work because of the feed out of Boston. That is the third largest Haitian community behind So FL and NY/NJ. Maybe Haitia
136 caribbean484 : Well we all thought wrong apparently, because UA seemingly cannot maintain PAP flights out of EWR/NYC.? I was a little wrong in that NYC (which will
137 guyanam : Well Haitians might be very loyal to the AA brand so those from BOS might prefer connecting thru MIA instead of EWR. Most Haitians in the NY area liv
138 westindian425 : I'm actually surprised that UA is the only airline that really hasn't done much with JFK outside of the LAX/SFO PS flights. Every other major with hu
139 BW424 : Congrats to BW at finally getting their B763s up and running on the LGW route. I'm told that ETOPS 180 was given. The BW904/5 flight was a proving fl
140 Post contains links 817Dreamliiner : Its now official, Liat orders 3 ATR 42-600s, check the delivery date! :O http://www.atraircraft.com/newsroom/...ress-releases-details-1204-en.html
141 A388 : Great news 817Dreamliiner and looking forward to seeing their brandnew ATR42-600 in CUR!!! Please let me know when the first flight to CUR is!!! A388
142 Post contains images andrefranca : wow that soon!
143 Post contains links caribbean484 : Ramiz: It’s Not True That DAE Has Canceled All Its Flights To St. Maarten And Bonaire "Persistent reports that Dutch Antilles Express (DAE) has canc
144 andrefranca : Dae always seemed strange to me, they're often on the news somehow... well "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark."
145 A388 : You forget to add that DAE is more in the news... LATELY (meaning not always). Caribbean-based airlines always have their periods where they make the
146 LimaFoxTango : Could be as many as 6 in 2013 with one per month from June. Anyone remembers what delivery route the CAL's ATR's took? It was mentioned here on a thr
147 A388 : Probably it will be routed via Africa (Azores) to South America (Recife, Brazil) and onwards to the Caribbean (LIAT). The wind direction also plays a
148 Post contains links JM02 : Fly Jamaica is ready to fly Excerpt from the Jamaica Gleaner: After 14 months of working assiduously to meet rigorous regulatory aviation requirements
149 817Dreamliiner : Well, its about time... though that date is a bit close dont you think? Only to two????? Hmmm and they are gonna get bookings beofre the 25th how?? A
150 Post contains links and images A388 : Hello guys, I think you might like my latest photos added to the database: View Large View MediumPhoto © Roger Cannegieter - Curacao Aviation Photogr
151 caribbean484 : Well can only wish them the best, this industry is rough. Someone said it they have an uphill battle. Guyanese certainly not after the EZjet fiasco a
152 Post contains links LimaFoxTango : Air Lease Corp : Air Lease Corporation Announces Lease Placement of Two New ATR 72-600s to LIAT Air Lease Corporation (NYSE: AL) announced today that
153 817Dreamliiner : Interesting, they have the first ATR 72 coming around the same time as the first -42. I assume they'll be used on their high capacity routes (BGI may
154 Post contains links LimaFoxTango : I have not heard any public outcry about it. Oddly enough, the comments I've heard comes from the inside. The concern is that the aircraft lacks perf
155 yellowtail : Well that is a function of how much they are charging for the seats. For example DL's 764 LIM-ATL carries so much asparagus down below that IIRC it c
156 Post contains images westindian425 : I remember the Twin Otter and the HS748.
157 817Dreamliiner : Thanks for the link, I remember reading that link sometime back. I agree that the choice was obvious. I hope they wont have any problems operating th
158 A388 : Hello there, the aircraft was here on a fuel stop and continued to its new owner in San Diego, California. A388
159 SJOtoLIR : Copa Airlines consolidates their services in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic as their frequencies will rise from 21x to 25x weekly from June 18th. As a
160 Post contains links yellowtail : B6 looking to expand.... http://www.flightglobal.com/news/art...-america-and-the-caribbean-381426/
161 Avianca : any news on that? I am quite nerveous as I have flights booked with them to SXM for end of march and to AUA in April... thanks and regards Avianca
162 817Dreamliiner : Regarding FlyJamaica's inaugural flight that was supposed to be tomorrow: To our invaluable customers, well wishers and supporters: Unfortunately, the
163 Post contains links and images 2travel2know2 : CM PTY-POS goes thrice daily http://www.laestrella.com.pa - in Spanish Among the investment news made by CM Heilbron, CM announced CM will fly to BOS,
164 yellowtail : When did they go twice daily even? I thought it was only 1 daily. If they are going to 21Xweek then BW needs to take notice.
165 2travel2know2 : What I'm making of the text of the news and judging how journalist report aviation news here is that when they write thrice daily some days it means
166 yellowtail : I meant, IF CM was going 3 times daily, then BW should take notice and start the route. Or perhaps they meant twice daily some days....like 10X weekl
167 2travel2know2 : Would BW be able to fill its plane with PTY-POS/GEO/PBM O/D alone? I don't think so. Could BW possibly fly POS-CCS-PTY or POS-PZO-PTY? then we're tal
168 yellowtail : If the partnered with Liat they could fill a plane with PTY bound pax from the eastern caribbean. and if CM were ever to get up to 3Xdaily....ALOT of
169 2travel2know2 : Then have CM talk to LIAT and cut the middleman (BW)
170 Post contains links caribbean484 : The news is welcomed but I doubt its 3 daily, currently they are operating POS with E190 off season and 738 high season. My intuition says 10w with 3
171 caribbean484 : No news or further development on that front, You most likely will be safe for the moment but, if not then maybe you can change to Insel? A388 may gi
172 2travel2know2 : 3flights x 5 days that's 15 flights, leaving only one flight the other 2 days of the week, so if my math is not wrong, that would be 17 frequencies p
173 caribbean484 : Nothing is loaded into the system as of yet but it's very interesting. Maybe they can partner with CAL to reach the other islands mostly BGI, PBM, GE
174 2travel2know2 : A good start, other than CM-BW interline agreement and eventual code-share, is for CM Mileage Plus members to start earning miles while flying BW, no
175 caribbean484 : It could be a good start be but we will have to wait and see, CAL and CM code sharing will be great for the travelling public and as you said, to LGW
176 BW424 : WOW!! As for BW starting the PTY route, I think it's highly unlikely. CM's ability to expand rapidly is centered around it's super efficient transit
177 2travel2know2 : For sure, as I really doubt Caribbean Airlines would consider One World w/ AA and BA; and for GEO-JFK sake, best not to have DL and Caribbean Airline
178 Post contains images caribbean484 : Lol from what I know OneWorld is definitely out of the question, so the match is between Skyteam and Star Alliance, and given the history and how the
179 2travel2know2 : I'd take that comment with a grain of salt as our president is widely known to have serious differences with CM owners and the design of the now appr
180 A388 : This website to me some times is pro DAE because they always have good news alone from DAE. Those aircraft registrations don't make sense as N836RA i
181 yellowtail : Why not? Happens all the time in other alliances. Cooperate , cross sell etc. CAL would actually be great in Skyteam. Well, POS airport would probabl
182 caribbean484 : Well according to data from AATT in 2010 POS-PTY has 19 PDEW, most of CM pax are connecting to HAV, SDQ, SJO, GUA, BOG, GRU, GIG, EZE and SCL.
183 2travel2know2 : Be reminded that the figure of 19PDEW may be lower as some connecting passengers actually pass thru immigration/customs if they've long connecting ti
184 SJOtoLIR : CM PTY-POS is actually operating on a daily basis.
185 2travel2know2 : CM is currently flying daytime PTY-POS-PTY, perhaps the extra flights would be PTY-POS evenings and POS-PTY early mornings? Not quite sure how an E190
186 Post contains links JM02 : Fly Jamaica fails to take off From the Jamaica Gleaner The new carrier has had to change its plan due to delays in arrangements at the John F. Kennedy
187 caribbean484 : Are they serious? So you are telling me that these people did not know they need to dock at a terminal at JFK, arrange customs and scheduling with th
188 A388 : That indeed is very bad. A388
189 817Dreamliiner : Not surprised at all....
190 Post contains links caribbean484 : Here is the press release guys, CM will increase POS to 12 weekly, not sure if the new flight will be a red eye, overnight in POS but its not 3 daily
191 Post contains images turk223 : Well, now I have completely given up all hope that CM wil EVER start PTY-BGI what with the increase in service to POS. Maybe I shouldn't complain; the
192 A388 : That is very unfortunate. Seeing that there is no demand between Colombia and Barbados I don't ever see any airline offer good connections between th
193 SJOtoLIR : I will look forward for the new schedule on CM PTY-POS. I've checked the GDS sources and found nothing. I'm starting to believe in a point discussed
194 yellowtail : According to the OAG thread...AA has pulled the plug on CCS-SJU effective Feb. I find that very hard to belive. Maybe the Venezuelans have allowed the
195 2travel2know2 : Hard to believe indeed, as SJU-CCS was the only non-AA hub route left out of SJU. AA must be too dumb to just drop the route (and the authority) know
196 Post contains images andrefranca : just passing to say hi ANDDD as san andres and cartagena are "oficially" caribbean here it goes a few pics AIRLINE: COPA MACHINE: EMBRAER 190 CLASS: Y
197 A388 : I like the two inflight wingshot, nice pictures andrefrance. That turqiouse blue sea view might even be a good photo for airliners.net. A388
198 Post contains links and images caribbean484 : I have to agree nice shot of the turn out. For reasons DAE is more in the press this time around "DAE is retouching its next ATR-72 to be added to it
199 A388 : Thanks Caribbean484, I wasn't aware of their first ATR72 being almost ready. Looking to seeing it in CUR. A388
200 2travel2know2 : PTY-ADZ is a 50min flight, lucky passengers getting patties included in airfare.
201 avianca : but most passengers in fact use the flight for transiting to NYC and MIA. as mentioned many passengers on the flight are passengers bound to JFK and
202 airfrancejfk : Does anyone know if Westjet's seasonal service to POS will operate in the summer specifically August. I know the current service ends in April. Would
203 Post contains images andrefranca : I was horrified, CTG-BOG a glass of juice.... it's worse than Brazil now LOL and NOT CHEAP! next time I'll go vivacolombia then lol
204 Post contains images yellowtail : Suggest you stock up at the airport cafe before flying SAP=BZE....no meal service on the 208s!~
205 Post contains links LimaFoxTango : I see BW's GEO - YYZ flight is enroute to ANU today presumably as a fuel stop as it is operated by a 738. A quick check on flightaware shows its not t
206 caribbean484 : No it's a Government official added flight, as it has been operating for the past two weeks on behalf of the Government of Antigua.
207 Post contains images andrefranca : But at least Tropic was cheaper! lol
208 guyanam : I think that BW's usual trick of eliminating competition by flooding the market and killing yields worked. Westjet is off after April, and apparently
209 Post contains links caribbean484 : Copa loaded their schefule CM314 PTY-POS D:19:12 A:23:22 CM315 POS-PTY D:06:23 A:08:28 operates 5x weekly, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat. So it will overnig
210 Post contains images A388 : Indeed, I'm just waiting on the first flight of LIAT to CUR on their brandnew ATR!!! June, right? A388
211 Post contains links caribbean484 : Sunwing Airlines plans to sue couple over diverted Caribbean flight "A Canadian low-cost airline says it plans to sue a couple after they were fined U
212 Post contains images hausauflennon : I haven't quite given up hope. If only we can get more aggressive aviation and tourism professionals into our tourism authority and the ministry...we
213 guyanam : Bdos needs to get as aggressive about attracting tourists from Latin Am as Jamaica is. That is the only way there will be a PTY-BGI, as I doubt there
214 yellowtail : It is a lot harder than you think...trust me...
215 Post contains links A388 : Guys, AA's 737 wearing the new livery was in Curacao yesterday and this morning (overnight flight). See my photos in below links: http://planepictures
216 817Dreamliiner : Great Photos A388! Glad you got to photograph it so soon! Cant wait to see it for myself one day.
217 Post contains links caribbean484 : Delta Airlines scraps Georgetown-New York route "Delta Airlines has decided to pull out of Guyana, ending its five year old direct charter service bet
218 yellowtail : there is more to this than LFs
219 caribbean484 : Could be the ridiculous price for jet A1 out of GEO, low cost competition last year or they are looking for compensation from the GEO government. Eit
220 Post contains images hausauflennon : Evidently
221 hausauflennon : For risk of sounding like a broken record, I couldn't agree any more with this sentiment. Latin America is geographically very close to us, and econo
222 guyanam : BW is still charging low fare son its nonstop route. DL lost its biggest competitive feature, being the only credible nonstop to GEO, and so either h
223 caribbean484 : As I mentioned before the one thing CAL has over DL is a lower operating cost, economies of scale which in turn offers a vast share of pricing and sc
224 A388 : Does G3 still serve BGI? A388
225 windian425 : Yes, G3 still operates a weekly 738 to BGI.
226 A388 : Okay, thanks. How is the flight performing (high or low load factor)? They used to fly the 767 on the route but now it's a 738(?) A388
227 BE77 : PY is currently running a PBM>GEO>MIA routing with 733's (which they have 2 and a third is supposed to arrive soon). The A340 is dedicated to t
228 A388 : That is not true. If the FAA downgrades a country, it means that no aircraft with the registration of that country can fly to the U.S. when it was do
229 Post contains links BE77 : From the WestJet / Encore thread WestJet Encore Announcement Feb 11 (by flyb Feb 7 2013 in Civil Aviation) Straight from airlineroute.net http://airl
230 Post contains links BE77 : Could well be the TSA or similar sort of logic. I thought it had something to do with he FAA ratings, so I looked it up and found this http://www.faa
231 windian425 : The performance of this flight varies throughout the year. During peak periods load factors are high (75%+) and in the low periods they fall as low a
232 Inbound : Yes 484, that's partially correct. We tanker fuel to GEO with enough to come back to POS on the return sector. It's also done to avoid the hassle of
233 guyanam : The PY PBM GEO JFK has nothing to do with service between PBM and JFK. Its to replace DL on the JFK GEO sector. I do not see BW being able to handle
234 wadadli : DL still operates on an even more adhoc basis than before. They flew for a few weeks in December and January 1X weekly and are still returning for pe
235 Post contains images andrefranca : Hellloooooo Caribbeannn peopllleeeee, looked dead didn't I? but it was not for lack of trying I can tell you that! LOOOOL I was stucked in the 60's in
236 Post contains links BW424 : New Forum is up folks!! Changing Currents- Caribbean Aviation Thread 104 (by BW424 Feb 14 2013 in Civil Aviation) Nic epics Andrefranca!! Still need t
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