|Quoting KL911 (Reply 6):|
It's ten thousand. Do you write it as 10,000?
|Quoting Newark777 (Reply 9):|
Back on topic, how much are these tickets going to cost for coach? With all this demand, SQ could make a fortune.
|Quoting KL911 (Reply 11):|
It would be fun if they got all 10 A380's at the same time to fly together to LHR. That would be a shock to the groundstaff... 5000 pax at the same time..lol
|Quoting Aerorobnz (Reply 13):|
But the first flight date for SQ has not been announced has it? (and is subject to change anyway). So how can they say there's 10,000 for the first flight?
|Quoting KL911 (Reply 12):|
Yep, it's like that. Funny how we are all the same, but also not.
|Quoting SimProgrammer (Reply 7):|
Im not bothered on the ticket price, I saved 5K for in and hoped for an F seat. Ive subscribed to SQ website for email updates, but nothing new as yet.
|Quoting Jorge1812 (Reply 24):|
The must be very sure that everything works very well with a completely new aircraft.
|Quoting Glom (Reply 4):|
Is that ten thousand? I think we used point and commas in the opposite sense.
|Quoting TJCAB (Reply 31):|
Listen all. In some countries, 10,000.25 as we know it is written as 10.000,25. Anyone who speaks several languages or has traveled enough will know this. Please do not insist that one way is correct.
|Quoting Sebolino (Reply 19):|
In Old Europe ( ), the decimal sign is the comma, and there is no separator for large numbers.
So it's 10000, and a half is 0,5
|Quoting Edoca (Reply 32):|
Back to the subject, does anyone know what the first passenger flights of any other major new aircraft types were like? Especially for the 747, I would imagine there was a great interest as well. I guess without the internet it wasn't such a hype though. Anyone old enough to remember around here?