|Quoting 123 (Reply 2):|
Any info what aircraft and reg. was involved? No wonder many flights of LB were delayed today
|Quoting PPSMA (Reply 8):|
Check out the flight number: 911 !!!
|Quoting EddieDude (Reply 7):|
Don't know for sure but chances are it was a 727 since most of the times the LB flight to MEX is operated with 727's via PTY.
|Quoting Plunafan (Reply 5):|
Yesterday I saw in the news a LAB 767 with some damage in MIA.
|Quoting SFOMEX (Reply 9):|
However, don't forget that this flight is between Mexico and Bolivia, where 911 lacks the meaning that it has in American soil. I'm sure most people over there don't know/care about the 911 as a number for emergencies.
|Quoting CORULEZ05 (Reply 11):|
I beg to differ but just because the attacks happened on U.S. soil, doesn't mean it didn't impact the world around. More than just attacks against the U.S., I think it had a general and terrible impact on the aviation industry as a whole. For that reason, I was rather surprised and freaked out when I saw that flight number.....
|Quoting EddieDude (Reply 13):|
Right, it is via GYE. Thanks for that RICARIZA. By the way, does LB have (or has it applied for) traffic rights between GYE and MEX?
|Quoting Rojo (Reply 16):|
have full freedom on the MEX-GYE-MEX
|Quoting Pzurita1 (Reply 17):|
I wonder what does MX has to say about this? They started the route thinking they were the only airline in the market with no likely new comers to compete with... Now LB is there as well. MMMhhhhh.
|Quoting Rojo (Reply 18):|
It would be interesting to see how MX bookings performed after LB started flying to GYE!