I understand the need as Gateway gets busier to possibly to address the class change. However, ops at Falcon and especially Chandler would be impacted in a negative way I would suppose. I’m not a controller,but fly for a 121 carrier, have an aircraft at Chandler and also a former sun devil (forks u...Jump to post
I'm not exactly sure what the question was, but compare your list with this source: https://sites.google.com/site/airlinefleetnews/home/us-airline-census The first link I clicked on that site (for 21 air) has their 767 fleet listed as 747-200s. That kind of crappy record keeping makes me thing that...Jump to post
I'm not exactly sure what the question was, but compare your list with this source:
Sky Lease is the only operational entity, and only 3 airplanes fly (2 MD11, 1 747).Jump to post
They desperately need to ditch the Swift logo, though; from a branding perspective, all they're doing is confusing the consumer since no one knows if they're Swift or Eastern or both. The average consumer doesn't care since the services of both carriers are sold through tour operators. Neither carr...Jump to post
The article states that these were all previously owned aircraft. Im guessing WN doesnt trust whoever they got them from and want to make sure they will pass FAA inspection. Smart move, but should have been done before. All of these airplanes went through conformity at the same contractor, which to...Jump to post
FlyRow wrote:I just cant get my head around the name.......
Any links/sources BTW?
Airbahn is a new US carrier with its current office in Irvine, California. It plans to operate scheduled service "to mid-tier markets initially from Southern California to Northern California, Nevada, and to Western Canada" using A320s. It is owned by Tariq Chaudhary (and his immediate fam...Jump to post
When exactly does the crunch hit the system? As far as PHX ( my home airport) how many planes will be operating out of PHX. One last question. What is the difference between the 767-200 and 300 as far as payload? December 10-22. Operations at PHX UPS/FDX usually run all day. Flights run to/from pla...Jump to post
UPS will operate with N255CM and N376AN. 376 will stay in MIA for a bit and fly MIA-BOG before ferrying out to PHX and fly PHX-SDF-PHX 5 or 6 nights a week. Not sure what route 255 will be flying but I heard a while back it’ll be somewhere in California. San Bernardino maybe but I can’t recall. Yea...Jump to post
I am assuming that 366CM is going to end up being used as extra UPS lift during Peak, flown by ATI. Went to Cargojet. C-GAJG. Geez. It was 366CM for like 5 seconds. A single flight under that reg, from ILN-CVG. I wonder if it was swapped with the next one off the conversion line, N373AA, which was ...Jump to post
I know that at one point they existed, but it must have been very brief. Was it like three or four years that they had 737-700s without winglets? I don't think I've ever seen a canyon blue 737-700 without winglets even back in the early 2000s. Southwest received its first -700 in December 1997. The...Jump to post
SRY841 MKE-SFB took off on time and is in the air. It also flew SFB-MKE earlier in the day, so it was not a reposition. But it's not a scheduled flight, either. The flight number is the numeric of the N number, which it uses for charters and ferries. It wasn't a ferry as it was roundtrip. Might be ...Jump to post
Is California Pacific still a 'go' for service to/from IWA tomorrow (11/15)? If so, when does their first flight arrive from Carlsbad? Appears so far it is. https://flightaware.com/live/flight/DYN105/history/20181115/2230Z/KCRQ/KIWA But as a heads up, none of the flights flew today (2x CRQ-SJC, CRQ...Jump to post
enilria wrote:SRY841 MKE-SFB took off on time and is in the air. It also flew SFB-MKE earlier in the day, so it was not a reposition.
CLT & West Virginia markets are no longer showing. Their AUS & SFB flights seem to still be intact....although if they no longer have an SOC I question this SOC rumor. Still selling tickets after the airline has shutdown would be fraud. Probably just the CLT stuff shut. SOC? System Operatio...Jump to post
NickolayAv wrote:PVD757 wrote:Regional Sky announced PVD-YHU today. Starts November 5th. Weekdays.
Will be operated by a Beech 1900C with 19 seats.
BoeingGuy wrote:The list of former operators is cool too. Who was the Funk Exploration?
I don't know for sure if this is for sure the *oldest* jet powered aircraft still in PAX service, but it has to be up there. I read in an another thread that this aircraft was stored, but it seems to have been returned to service since then. Kind of boggles my mind how this frame hasn't just disint...Jump to post
It happens every night in PHX as well. 5 separate frequencies (North/South Gnd, TWR and CLC Del) all get combined on to one controller. Stupid - even when the controller is on their A game. So what happens when that controller needs to use the john? Just like in this case, other controllers are on ...Jump to post
A few weeks after the ATL - ONT launch, and quite the same schedules ; ATL 850 - 1027 BUR D 73W ATL 1915 - 2052 BUR D 73W BUR 1115 - 1858 ATL D 73W BUR 2145 - 528 ATL D 73W I wonder why the sudden interest in secondary California? Connected to LAX/SEA build-up? I would consider wouldn't consider BU...Jump to post
dampfnudel wrote:After the ATC issues over the years, I’m surprised that they didn’t implement the two person policy by now.
Was at Wilmington today. N712AX moved to the storage area with the 727's and DC-8's. Looks like N792AX also was moved over there and looks like it'll be scrapped. N741AX has its engines again. A Delta 767-400 is getting maintenance done and is sitting by the hangars without engines. There was also ...Jump to post
Atlas Air got into (and out of) Marana Regional about 20 years ago..... Like...on purpose? I realize that MZJ and AVQ have the same runway orientation, but that's not something you'd want to screw up! "Cleared for a visual approach to the Pinal Airpark. Radar service terminated, change to advi...Jump to post
Sometimes I prefer them over mainline jets. The 2 seats on each side are nice and it's fairly quiet inside. The smallish overheads are the main issue with the interior. I agree. I think they are very comfortable (all the E-Jets) and a nice ride. I just wish the windows were better aligned for the t...Jump to post
SkyWest will also still be flying up to 18 CRJ-200s for AA. They just began DFW-CYS on the -200, and took over the EAS flying to MEI and PIB from ExpressJet earlier this year. They are always on ORD-MKE and ORD-ICT, for example. There are just a handful of Skywest/American Eagle routes left that us...Jump to post
News from Skywest SkyWest expects the 18 CRJ700s currently flown by ExpressJet for American Airlines will not be extended beyond early 2019. The 18 CRJ700s include 12 aircraft from the original contract with American and six short-term aircraft that transitioned from the Delta contract. The majorit...Jump to post
I always wondered this, If so. Do any other regional airlines own their planes? No, those ERJ-135s/145s were leased by Continental. At the time, ExpressJet was Continental Express Inc., which was wholly owned by Continental. More recently, United has bought several of the airplanes off lease. But a...Jump to post
Nobody's going to drive from ROC to SYR or BUF just to fly Southwest. People from SYR drive to ROC and ALB all the time to catch WN. If WN moved to SYR it would be a shorter drive for ROC area fliers to drive to either BUF or SYR than for SYR area fliers to have to drive to ALB or ROC/BUF and also ...Jump to post
I'm wondering if the SYR airport authority now with a clean and renovated airport finally takes their collective head out of their *** and lowers their fees as well to attract WN. SYR has to be one of the larger cities still unserved by WN. If WN won't fly to SYR because of the proximity to it's ot...Jump to post
That then leaves 730WE, now in conversion, and due out in Feb/Mar 2019, and 830WE, still at ASP so not to be online before at least May 2019. Just as an aside, N830WE was sold to CSDS Aircraft Sales & Leasing in September. I have never seen paperwork indicating any transfer to ATSG or an affili...Jump to post
Since two of the four airplanes are EPs, I'm guessing that they can't fly out if CRQ. When Continental had them, they were no balls of fire. What does “EP” mean ? Which two aircraft (ID’s) are EPs? I would assume that it means the ERJ-145s. Though, I've never heard of any plane being referred to as...Jump to post
SyracuseAvGeek wrote:None of their planes are even on the way to California.