|Quoting Soups (Reply 1):|
the 757 is coming from Ryan International Airlines reg N920RN
|Quoting Soups (Reply 8):|
ACC-LOS have been withdrawn form the OAG however i do have the schedue if you r interested
|Quoting Runway23 (Reply 9):|
If you knew what was going on you would know G0 won't be flying the route with their own metal.
|Quoting Soups (Reply 11):|
that route was suppose to be on ET planes but ET flights to accra will NOT stop in lagos anymore
|Quoting GVBIG (Reply 12):|
Don't you think that if G0 was going to codeshare on ET flights between ACC and LOS they would actually have known that they won't fly the route anymore?
|Quoting Soups (Reply 14):|
The reg is N930RN.
|Quoting Soups (Reply 17):|
i will try and get the exact date at end of next week
|Quoting Soups (Reply 19):|
the plane will be delievered around 27-28 august.
|Quoting ETStar (Reply 29):|
Just can't wait to see the new livery of the aircraft, if it is to be painted that is - can't always trust them news people. Soups, can you dig in on this?
|Quoting Soups (Reply 28):|
767 not sure where it's coming from but i suspect from ET.
the LGW will be operated by a 767 from 30 december 2005.
Also DUS will receive a 3 767 service. Looks like they will need 2 767 to operate those 2 routes. maybe DUS will initially be served by a 757 then a 767 im not sure just a guess
|Quoting Soups (Reply 32):|
GIA plans to aquire two 767-300ER aircraft and two MD 90s in January to boost their business operations, both on the international and regional routes.