What a professional trip report... Everything looks goodJump to post
The flight must be completely fullJump to post
757 program was short lived... Hands down
Marriott Newark Airport has a great aviation library in lobby areaJump to post
B6JFKH81 wrote:KE, LH and BA all operate regularly scheduled pax 747 operations here to N. America along with others. (B744s and B748s)
I enjoyed the L-1011 footage. Thank you. I have yet posted 20-minute DC-9 footage I produced.Jump to post
ATL is fairly young. Concourse A, B, C, D, & E built in early 1980s.
DEN could pass LAX before year 2030.
Anything in the DC9 family. We are mounted engines. 2×3 seating. It’s just different than most other mainline aircraft. It's pretty similar to the Fokker F-28 series (including F-70 / F-100). In that way it's not unique. The BAC 1-11 and Sud-Aviation Caravelle also shared this design. Just today, I...Jump to post
airkas1 wrote:UA857 wrote:Does A.net allow pictures of people?
Depends on the composition and framing. Usually we don't accept photos where people are very clearly visible, but there have been exceptions.
IND facility looks niceJump to post
DL's consistency is impressive as of lateJump to post
So, AA operated one or more MD-80s for 36 years... 1983 to 2019
That's a LONG run... Will Bob Crandall be on AA #80???
Here are two photos taken in 1983!
WayexTDI wrote:September11 wrote:well, have you see this plane?
Do you understand the difference between a retrojet painted to reflect one of the previous companies that make the current AA, and the last "original" TWA-painted aircraft???
I believe, in 1988, Carl Icahn (TWA) attempted to acquire Eastern from Texas Air. It was his decision to pull out.
Before the 1986 sale, many airlines sought pieces of Eastern. Merger was out of question. Sad showdown.
Merger between Eastern and Pan Am would be a good one.
FAA-approved paint?Jump to post
DCA is Washington (or Reagan) National Airport...Jump to post
Notable Pan Am 747 incidents:
PA93 - Sep 1970
PA841 - Dec 1973
PA1736 - Mar 1977
PA830 - Aug 1982
PA73 - Sep 1986
PA103 - Dec 1988
I like this trip reportJump to post
Ticket jackets were relatively expensive with the multi color printing, the extra slots, slits and pockets. They hit the station's budget, so we were supposed to use them judiciously. We of course would substitute a competitor's jacket for one of ours. but with help of paid advertisements on the backJump to post
I guess future of 767 is bright