|Quoting HT (Reply 3):|
Overall this looks a bit weird from the operational point of view, but rather professional from a marketing point of view.
|Quoting Gearup380 (Reply 7):|
I believe the route might become a success, considered that BA fills 4 777s per week from LGW and to my knowledge is the only carrier currently linking Europe and BDA. I'm sure that if the price is low enough, the TriStar won't take off with many empty seats.
|Quoting HT (Reply 8):|
I2 101 is listed as arriving at BDA at 1650h on Friday, while the return IS 102 leaves from BDA more than 24h later at 1730h on Saturday.
It can be assumed that the a/c will try to do some more work out of BDA in the meantime ... (maybe a quick rotation to either the U.S., Canada or to U.K. ?)
|Quoting Chiguire (Reply 12):|
And with this aircraft they want to do flights with "executive" service ??
How old is it ?
|Quoting TriStar500 (Reply 14):|
Hmmm... an early April Fool's joke after all?
|Quoting HAM (Reply 21):|
http://www.world-travel.net/preise/bermuda/ber.htm only in german, sorry. found it through google.
|Quoting HT (Reply 22):|
With a fare of 1680 EUR (minus a couple of EUR that will stay at the travel agency and for "transfer" at BDA), and 166+58=224 pax it might be financially viable for the airline
|Quoting A342 (Reply 25):|
224 business class seats in a Tristar ? What definition of "business class" do these guys have ?
|Quoting AMSSFO (Reply 27):|
From A/C data at a.net: L1011-500: Max seating for 330 in a single class 10 abreast layout at 76cm (30in) pitch.