|Quoting PM (Reply 7):|
I was lucky enough to fly on British Airtours and Delta TriStars. Hang on - did I say "lucky"?! Great plane - two miserable experiences!
|Quoting FlySSC (Reply 11):|
EURO ATLANTIC AIRWAYS is also still flying a L1011-500 (CS-TEB)
|Quoting KC135TopBoom (Reply 3):|
TZ still flys their L-1011s over Europe, and I believe they refuel at SNN
|Quoting F4f3a (Reply 18):|
i believe that the raf operates a weekly service from brize norton to the falkland islands which i would imagine use a tristar
|Quoting OA260 (Reply 19):|
they use a A330 from a charter airline now
|Quoting Bruspotter (Reply 23):|
As far as I know, Tora Bora of The Congo still operate Tristar services into BRU.
|Quoting Arecibo (Reply 13):|
Why is this topic discused here?......it seems it belongs at the Aviation polls forum. It denotes need for attention, who has such supreme authority to ban any type of aircraft from the Sky's of so many countries? Please.....
|Quoting HAWAIIAN932 (Reply 21):|
The L-1011's are pretty rare here in the USA also. I live in Las Vegas