It’s a disturbing incident but people really need to stop talking about what Korean culture is when they have no idea what it actually is. Perhaps westerners don't fully understand the culture but many of us have had ample opportunities to view it with direct interaction and form opinions based on ...Jump to post
.... The 777 than got ETOPS 180 at entry into service, without needing to show reliability in service. .... I don't know if I'm reading you correctly but you appear to be stating that the 777 did not need any qualification for ETOPS180. As shown in the great program "21st Century Jet " (a...Jump to post
The one you refer to is likely a repositioning cruise where ships transition from the Alaska season to other locations. They are used by people as test cruises to determine if they like the vacation and by people bumping their loyalty level (yes, mileage runs exist in the cruise industry.) They are ...Jump to post
This seems like a stupid question (given that WN doesn't operate redeyes at present to my knowledge) but are connections from Hawaii to the East Coast possible without an overnight stay in OAK or SJC? It's pretty much impossible to do Hawaii to East Coast without a redeye somewhere. I've seen some ...Jump to post
Silver1SWA wrote:I’m not sure how to post a photo directly to the forum on my phone but here’s a photo I posted to Twitter.
https://twitter.com/ryanpastorino/statu ... 60640?s=21
I found video of the crew clearing the aircraft
sixfootscream wrote:Yes, the fruit stinks, but it tastes great. I think I am the only Westerner who likes it.
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/courts/district-court/man-who-ran-on-to-dublin-airport-tarmac-charged-with-damage-1.3643423?mode=amp He followed it up with some particularly charming behaviour in court. Probably not all that SFW by the way. From the article: Patrick Kehoe (23), from R...Jump to post
In a move to distance themselves from low-cost airlines with condensed titles, Qantas announced today that they are finally adding a U, dropped early in the airline's history due to an administrative error.Jump to post
Located in northern Texas, Dallas is the fourth most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Known as the "Big D", it is home to one of the country's largest industrial centers. Its oil center is the most important but the city is also at the forefront in the telecommunications a...Jump to post
I'm going to have to watch that John Wayne movie. Hmm... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Conqueror_(1956_film) says: Despite the stature of the cast and a respectable box office performance, the film was a critical flop; it is often ranked as one of the worst films of the 1950s and one of the wor...Jump to post
Story of a man whose plans to capture the eclipse included a Southwest flight and the support he received from the crew. Great photo
Separated is separated in a ATC. We move giant planes 1000 feet away from other giant planes. We allow another plane to climb through another planes altitude while maintaining visual separation. Yet we freak out when a guy flies a tiny drone outside the restricted area? Yes, because the drone opera...Jump to post
AA ramp employees were already slow, this is nothing new... I’m a loyal AA flyer but their ramp employees could use some help. At DFW, ORD and DCA always seems like they’re never ready when the planes arrive. Can’t tell you how many times we’ve pulled up to the gate to wait on wing walkers to lolly...Jump to post
Heck with the aircraft, bring back the Southwest Airlines AMC Gremlins that used to run around Dallas in the early years! Might have to look pretty hard to find one to restore that's not a pile of rust somewhere.... https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/bsjebtlqaa6tjmu8kefv.jpg The only ...Jump to post
Great article, thanks for the link. What struck me was in regards to WN DAL-HOU flights: Noticeably absent from Love Field's top 10 is Houston, where Southwest operates 20 daily flights to Hobby Airport. While OAG didn't have a specific explanation for why the route didn't make the cut, the short di...Jump to post
For what it's worth, if such things things were to supply you with an emotion somewhat between mild frustration and amusement (which I am sure the Germans would have a word for), I would certainly find that relatable. It seems folks have such misconceptions about almost every modern industry. You'd...Jump to post
wnflyguy wrote:WN has double down on social media! Anything including this post right here will pop up at WN in HDQ at the 24/7 365 social media room! They read EVERYTHING.
For the benfit of the conversation, here's some footage which shows the position of the A321 in relation to the gate when it stopped. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-1688410/Plane-crazy-Dozy-pilot-slices-passenger-jets-tail-fin.html I thought the videos that followed the collision were ...Jump to post
Here's Cranky Flyer's (april fools) description of the United Polaris product. http://s6331.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2018_04_01-unitedpolarissuite1.jpg - The number of business class seats will be cut in half. The new seats will be in more spacious suites with a door. They will include a separate ...Jump to post
Good to hear, that probably took a few conversations between CEOs. Wonder what concessions were made?
Speaking of Collins, http://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/business/norwegian-air-honors-rockwell-collins-founder-20180309
DFW had the Airtrans system groundside then added the TrAAin system to service AA terminals airside in 1990 using the same tracks. The system ended for passengers in 2003 with the airside Skylink system starting in 2005. FALSE. TrAAin was exclusively LANDSIDE. Its top speed was not much more than 1...Jump to post
DFW had the Airtrans system groundside then added the TrAAin system to service AA terminals airside in 1990 using the same tracks. The system ended for passengers in 2003 with the airside Skylink system starting in 2005.Jump to post
I see big oportunities in how planes are operated at airports. I'm going to introduce a new airport vehicle which I'll call AARDVARK1 (airport aircraft recover disembark vehicle also release o'K 1). This is an electrically powered vehicle - charged by the airport infrastructure so it doesn't need a...Jump to post
How about the traveling public actually decide to vote with their wallets against the 28" seat pitch, crappy service, and paying to load your own bags in their overhead bin? People have voted with their wallets. This board is chock full of posters who vote for tiny seats and poor service with ...Jump to post
Just because the customer wants something doesn't mean that a company should provide that. What if customers demand McBurger Box starts selling all burgers with nicotine and all their shakes are laced with weed spray, it doesn't mean that McBurger Box should start selling it. Are you saying that co...Jump to post
Just returned from picking up my wife and took a photo of the arrivals board showing Southwest 6031 from Dallas-DFW! I'll try to post it later.Jump to post
Strange night, DAL had a ground stop for arrivals but DFW was not affected. My wife is on WN from MCO as we speak and was diverted to MSY for an hour or so. Lots of late arrivals.
On the flip side, we knew there was a problem at DFW when we saw AA and others approaching DAL due to DL 191 crash.
DL-yes (been there) AA -yes WN -yes UA? AS? HA? Technically, Frontiers of Flight museum at DAL is not run by WN but by a private group with support through grants by public and private sources. WN is definitely a major sponsor, however (an entire gallery is dedicated to their history) and, given th...Jump to post
I used to fly on KE 747s in the smallish business cabin in the mid-late 80s. As I remember it, the cabin was divided into Smoking Optional and Smoking Mandatory (or, so it seemed at the time.)Jump to post
From the article: What may have caused its demise were three significant events: 1) a three-time change in ownership inside of five years; 2) transitioning from one type of aircraft to another and then back again; and 3) bringing in off-island talent to run it. It would have been helpful if the auth...Jump to post
There are now much better options around for about 97% of the missions a 757 can fly. And ... for the other 3%, Boeing may as well re-open the 707 line, it's not much less advanced! Well, the E-6Bs are getting pretty old.... I don't believe most people not in the Aviation/Military industry understa...Jump to post
Why has it become the norm of late for posters to open threads regarding recycled news, they should check the dates of the news releases before posting on here especially as this particular story is nearly 4 years old. Oh cheer up you. This is actually a rather fun a.net thread, free of repetitive ...Jump to post
I don't understand AA's approach. Although I'm interested in Iceland, most of my searches have been centered on the lower fares to European cities (DFW-Copenhagen with a single stopover, $550 on WOW, $1400 AA/BA per Google Flights) which were not easy to obtain in the past. Every time I saw a menti...Jump to post
I don't understand AA's approach. Although I'm interested in Iceland, most of my searches have been centered on the lower fares to European cities (DFW-Copenhagen with a single stopover, $550 on WOW, $1400 AA/BA per Google Flights) which were not easy to obtain in the past. Every time I saw a mentio...Jump to post
RockIsland41 wrote:I vote for Dallas Love Field. DL did operate it here in early 1970s. (and it could have 'fun' with WN....)
There are at least 13 additional destinations that Southwest could add daily nonstop service to out of Dallas Love Field if it had room to do so, including Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Corpus Christi, Hartford, Jacksonville, Louisville, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Newark, Norfolk, Richmond, Tucson, an...Jump to post
Tahiti's Opposition against low-cost airline "French Polynesia's opposition Tahoeraa Huiraatira Party has come out against plans of a French low-cost airline to fly between Paris and Tahiti. The airline French Blue has been in discussions with the French Polynesian government about launching f...Jump to post
Some important roads in the region will be shut down for weeks and many will not able to afford to travel due to their storm losses so could reduce demand out of HOU/IAH. Some offset could occur from recovery workers coming in and out. What???? No way. There is no way any important road will be shu...Jump to post
Google maps appears to show one working with an image date of 2017. Don't know when in 2017, however.
Limit was 2 boards per passenger? Sounds pretty reasonable, actually.Jump to post
I enjoy watching the races and marvel at the technology but must admit I've lost any connection to the boats and racers that I used to have to the event. When the monohulls were changing sails, setting spinnakers or adjusting trim I could appreciate and understand the effort based on my modest racin...Jump to post