I know there are some MAX customers that have yet to take delivery of their new jets ,
Alaska for instance..... Might AS decide to cancel their MAX orders , especially since they
now have A321NEOS on property. I would also guess Lion Air might be reconsidering
their Max order book as well.
I'm guessing for the Philadelphia vs Jacksonville London game Virgin Atlantic will be ferry them to London? You would be correct ..... went on a company junket to London 3 years ago for an NFL game and we flew VS from DTW to LHR A333 in Upper Class. I will say the NFL does know how to take care of ...Jump to post
If the EY 350 order cancellation comes to fruition, Airbus would no doubt make
LH an offer on those frames
LH's 744's are no doubt in immaculate condition, but aren't those some of the highest
hour 744's still in service. Surely, the remaining 744's will be the first to be replaced?
Another question......are EY's A380's leased or owned by the carrier?Jump to post
Any bets on when they EK/ EY merger is announced?Jump to post
Brandon757 wrote:Lufthansa is bringing in the 346 for the rest of the month to DFW. I am not sure what the reasoning is, but enjoy it.
My new 1/200 Geminijets VS A35J is due by the end of the monthJump to post
Other than flying on a BA queen many years ago, biggest thrill for me was walking thru RA001 an the Museum of Flight in SEA couple years ago. She's been repainted and restored to her former glory and looks great. Unfortunately, the upper deck / flight deck was roped off day I visited , but still gre...Jump to post
aaflyer777 wrote:And yet somehow Southwest makes money without charging change fees...
Reality is UA won't absorb these taxes, they'll just bump up their fares to cover the additional expense,
so UA's customer base will get soaked in the end.
Stitch wrote:Sooner787 wrote:Does the static testing have to be completed before first flight?
No, but the plane will not start doing extreme load testing until the static test frame has been tested to Limit Load and Ultimate Load.
United's 787X evacuating along with all other flightworthy aircraft. Not much left on the flightline. N14001 https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1848/29682597247_7df3497a7c_b.jpg FlightAware shows 6 787s flying from Charleston to Everett WA. Flying 6 aircraft clear across the country seems a bit much, u...Jump to post
The Lufthansa upgauge to an A340-600 was unfortunately cancelled Was it? I must have missed that. Shame. I didn’t hear that either. I’m sad to hear that, but I’m sure it will be upgauged at some point guven the consistently strong load factors. We’ve taken the flight a couple times. We are looking ...Jump to post
IMHO...... Boeing should be working on a 787-3 V2.0 to cover whatever the upper
end of the MOM market is and save their $$$$$$$$ for a true clean sheet 737 replacement.
Rumours abound of a new BA livery launching with the A350. I guess we'll need to keep an eye on the tail... It's having the current Union Flag (i.e. the tail logo) put onto the sharklets as well. Nothing major. Source: the internal company forum. There's a picture but doubt I'm allowed to post it. ...Jump to post
Don't see why smaller airports can't have private screeners if they're following
TSA guidelines. Hell, chances are the private screeners would be an upgrade
This happened last year but the report has been published a few days ago https://www.gov.uk/aaib-reports/aaib-investigation-to-boeing-747-8r7f-lx-vcf Escape of fuel from helicopter being transported as cargo, en route from Houston to Prestwick, 30 March 2017. The full report: https://assets.publish...Jump to post
Still haven't heard if EK has decided to bring their 380's back to DFW yet?Jump to post
I would like to hear an update from RR regarding their 787 Trent engine repairsJump to post
Cool article from DMN today on the top routes from DFW and DAL... not new routes but gives us an idea (however imperfect the metric) of the most revenue-producing routes. https://www.dallasnews.com/business/airlines/2018/07/11/airlineroutes-generate-cash-north-texas-top-10 I'm very surprised that t...Jump to post
My first and best guess would be DeltaJump to post
wedgetail737 wrote:Sometimes flaws don't show up until well-into service, despite endless testing for certification. It just happens, unfortunately.
Looks like they expanded the area where QF's 380 naps between flights, they even added lights.
FI and WW now RON at DFW , so the extra ramp space was needed
indeed 777X is the first one on the list https://www.reuters.com/article/us-etihad-airways-boeing-exclusive/exclusive-etihad-airways-in-talks-to-cancel-defer-boeing-777x-orders-sources-idUSKBN1J92FF I'm sure Boeing would love to make a deal with BA to takeover EY's 777X slots. Perhaps B can sweeten...Jump to post
[quote="Rock3tman"]First Post, lurker for 10 years... I was the creator of the program to retrofit this airplane (S/N 27116, production code WA001) from flight test use to revenue service, was involved in the marketing to CX, and am now very pleased to see it being preserved so close to it...Jump to post
Isnt QATAR still in Oneworld Alliance ?
Wonder if EK might join the club?
Cannot wait to see the 1st CX A350-1000 roll out and 1st flight! Their livery on the A350 looks great! Agreed, then again the 350 is such a good looking plane it's hard to look bad!! The one I like least has to be QR..... That's probably because QR was the first to obtain the A350, so everyone want...Jump to post
ADrum23 wrote:What is going on with the planning for Terminal F and/or the DFW master plan? Haven't heard anything in a while.