I went searching on Google and didn't find anything about this.. Do you have more information on this? It'd be pretty surprising for them to remove this feature, since this is a plain vanilla chargeback, you purchased a service, the airline didn't deliver it. Unless somehow they shunt this into one...Jump to post
Yes ORF-SAN is a large navy route. I could see SWA on a 738 Or ua on a 752 maybe 2x a week frequency. I wouldn't put money on UA, that's for sure. They don't do point-to-point. WN is a decent bet though, but I'm sure it would be on a -700 and less than daily. WN may eventually add some more service...Jump to post
This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. Customers are always last on the list when it comes to potential refund/compensation during bankruptcy. As a customer in situations like this, you should have zero expectation of seeing anything back. That's why airfares are best purchased with credit cards th...Jump to post
After seeing the recent Norwegian adds, it made me wonder how much longer it'll be until they come to the DC area. It seems like a definite gap in their current US service. Any idea what's kept them from starting up flights from Europe to IAD or BWI? I would like to see them add IAD, but I have to i...Jump to post
NO they never said there was no issue, they checked the load balancer and it was working fine. By the time they looked at it could have corrected itself hence why I said that if any more problems come about to let us know I'm getting it again just now. I have to repeatedly try and load a page or re...Jump to post
Less than daily service starting "late 2018" per press release. Open for sale early 2018. https://www.qantasnewsroom.com.au/media-releases/flying-kangaroo-meets-jolly-jumbuck-as-first-dreamliner-service-takes-off-to-la/ = There was rumor that AA might look to do MEL from LAX, but with the...Jump to post
For those that missed it, IAD will receive new service next year to HKG operated by Cathay. It will be Hong Kong's longest route, and I believe should also be the longest route from the DC area. The flight will be operated by the A350, with a flight time of just under 17 hours. I've personally been ...Jump to post
atcsundevil, We can agree to disagree. The main runway will get more capacity as the aircraft arrival rate is currently based on the IFR acceptance rate.. With NextGen the VFR arrival rate should apply. The two crossword runways will also likely enter the mix as they can handle regional jets and sm...Jump to post
Since the RFP has now been awarded, please continue the discussion in the new thread.
Reports say this was due to Bill Belichick punishing the team by forcing them all in back of the plane. Maybe even some tire deflation. edit: Looks like the website glitched and made the original post under mine. I'll delete your post since it's out of sequence, but it'll still be quoted above. I d...Jump to post
What you guys seem to be forgetting is that DCA will have a lot more airfield capacity once the FAA NextGen program is fully operational. Given the statutory gate cap that Congress is unlikely to touch, DCA will have more airfield capacity than gate capacity, permitting the FAA to eliminate the slo...Jump to post
I went to ASU for ATC, and at the time, the flight program had a very good reputation. I know they've switched to a partnership with ATP since I've left, but the department was pretty well run with some excellent faculty, and the ASU Polytechnic Campus was a truly great place to live. You'll get LOT...Jump to post
Yes, they will all move to the new concourse at T3 once it is opened. There may be some gate juggling between N and S concourses, but I don't have any details on that. Isn't T3N being demolished and rebuilt once T3S is open? Yes. The current tenants will move to the new south concourse, then back a...Jump to post
cheapgreek wrote:What are chances of adding say, 6-8 new slots per day at DCA?
This is the URL that I am forwarded to from the main page of airliners.net. Can you do something about this? https://dailytimesnewssite.com/news/current/2017/no-nyheter.php?brand=Apple&model=iPad&countryname=Norge&s=no-2#!/back I am afraid to click that link, but it comes from airliners...Jump to post
I can't answer directly, but in my company, we are remodeling all the public restrooms. We spent months planning this down to the last detail, we took one out of service at one of our properties at the beginning of October, we had a time line of 3 weeks to gut and install 16 stalls, 8 urinals and 1...Jump to post
This question has been asked and discussed dozens and dozens of times over the years, usually ending badly for everyone. There are a handful of topics that users are very sensitive to on this site, and this probably tops the list. I ask that you please use the search function to review the numerous ...Jump to post
I suspect that expanded basic economy offerings is likely where things are headed. Airlines are finding that passengers want a range of options to fit their needs, and if they don't offer those options themselves, then passengers will find carriers that will. Clearly there is a market for long haul ...Jump to post
airzim wrote:I seem to recall the issue with the 767 at DEN is tyre speed.
oly720man wrote:This thread probably covers it...
And definitely even more so on the return! Why would the return be restricted? Wouldn't the weight only be a problem when taking off from the high altitude? Once the plane has flown from LHR, it would have burned off most of the fuel by the time of landing at DEN (which is 200 miles shorter than IA...Jump to post
We all need to respect the ability for users to post on this site, provided they're following the rules. We certainly can't ban users without legitimate cause. Some users may feel that particular users are "trolls", and while that may be the case, it's not entirely our place as moderators...Jump to post
FA9295 wrote:Quick question. I was just wondering if there's a way to change your account's username...?
767-300(old 2 class), 777-200(INTL 2-class) 767-400, 787-8/9 will start in late 2018 and should be done by 2020. Will the refurbished 763s from the first round of mods actually get the new Polaris seats? I was under the impression they probably wouldn't. Those cabins are newer than some of the 787s...Jump to post
I've given gifts to crews on long haul flights when I've been in J or F, usually chocolate or cookies. For one thing, it's a nice thing to do, but for another, it tends to bribe me some service that might go the extra mile. It's usually seemed to work. It's even gotten me some nice bottles of champa...Jump to post
I was simply asking people why they think it is interesting. That way I can maybe find something interesting about it. What is wrong about that? An inflammatory comment as the first reply to a topic isn't helpful to the discussion. You were not simply asking why people found it interesting — if you...Jump to post
I’m pretty sure that’s not a picture of the aircraft in question. 1) that’s not United’s interior pattern, 2) they don’t have the large lettering on the seatback, 3) I think that might be a narrow body aircraft. Perhaps a 737, not a 767 as stated Not to mention firefighters in full turnout gear is ...Jump to post
What I don't understand is why they don't at least increase take off and landing frequency by using one runway for take off and one for landing. This way a plane lined up for TO can start rolling as soon as the landing traffic has crossed the TO runway. And the next landing traffic can be sequenced...Jump to post
Patience man... It's going to take time for Polaris to be fully out on this massive fleet of aircraft. Right. Let's not forget that Polaris hasn't even been in service for a year. It takes years to roll out new premium seating across a fleet. When the 764s have seats which are only about six years ...Jump to post
AA PHX-IND MAR 2>4 Wow, that is a pretty big increase..... A reaction to G4 service to the Phoenix area? I don't believe so — G4 has had the AZA hub for a little over ten years now, and competed directly with US then AA on several routes for at least six or seven of those years, and I don't recall ...Jump to post
Any update on this? The developers were working on it. They were set to put out an update that included this function about six months ago, but it seems there were some issues. I haven't heard anything since, but hopefully someone with a little more knowledge on that stuff can chime in. As moderato...Jump to post
I believe there is an E135 on the IAD-FAY (Fayetteville, NC) route. This used to be a Dash 8, but it looks like there are 135s on the route now. Nope, it's a 145. UAX somehow ends up with lots of mis-filed types on flightaware. :checkmark: That should be a UCA route formerly on the Dash. They've be...Jump to post
I believe the remaining E135s for UAX will be withdrawn soon.Jump to post
[This is interesting to me as well. Is it so expensive to do it? I mean, charts are mostly now offered in a digital format, maps and so on the same, just a bit of paint... It's mostly the signage that's expensive. Long runways at large airports can have upwards of 12+ crossing taxiways, so that's a...Jump to post
Besides all the science, the magnetic deviation, and so on, how often are the runways measured, in order to correct the maps, NOTAMS, charts and the signage in the airport? For example, on Prague Airport, we know: the airport contains two runways in service: 06/24 (till April 1993 07/25) and 12/30 ...Jump to post
Sadly the rush to make on time commitments, perhaps rushing a procedure, maybe disabled, broken or unused safety equipment, a mechanical failure could be factors in this death. NTSB will investigate. Regardless of the fact that some seem to perceive this as union rhetoric, it's absolutely true in f...Jump to post
those diamond seats are used by a lot of airlines. they are great seats, only downside is no all aisle access. like the previous comment, AA/DL still uses them on their on their domestic premium routes and TATL. I think AA's version are older(correct me if im wrong)(not the A321) The super diamond ...Jump to post
I just flew on a ZW bird last night. The cabin appeared to have been completely redone with new seats, sidewalls, LED lighting. Looked really good. 77H Lipstick on a pig, but at least pigs fly a little better! She'll still climb out at 200fpm next summer. At least they'll be decent from a passenger...Jump to post
Do United and Asiana have a JV across the Pacific to S. Korea in place, and if so what makes the DL/KE JV any different that what United has in place with the Star Alliance partners or American and OneWorld Partners There is no UA/OZ JV. They actually don't have much in the way of cooperation to be...Jump to post
Wasn't there a train failure in DEN just a few weeks ago? Either way, today was decidedly not the day to have something like that go wrong. At least ATL has a walkway, although ATL seems to have a contingency for just about everything. Airports that rely on APMs need to have some sort of contingency...Jump to post
So when are these proposed rule changes likely to be published as it's been three months since this thread was opened? Hopefully soon. I'll send out an email this weekend to try to get things moving again. A lot of us have had a lot going on over the past couple of months, so as with many things, l...Jump to post