I just have heard about it, Centrair, not flown on it, but it's got to be a 747; that is the only aircraft that JAL has that can handle such a long range. Sorry. But, assuming we are correct about the JAL joint, then somewhere around 430 people if full. <img src="/discussions/graphics/smilies/...Jump to post
i can tell you about song... as for i have never flown ted. song is my favorite--well, was. they have co;lorful seats, movies on demand, you can create your own playlist, view menus, and watch, what was it, 12 channels of dish <acronym title="Virgin Express (Belgium)">TV</acronym>. the only weird th...Jump to post
There you go, Mhodgson, from what I can see they're really nice aircraft (well, neat, yet cramped.) Also, Mhodgson, if you felt that I was being sarcastic when I said "that really helps! <acronym title="Kingfisher Airlines (India) AND Irtysh-Avia (Kazakhstan)">IT</acronym> DOES! SERIOUSLY! <acronym ...Jump to post
Wouldn't it be rather impossible for a 767 to not be able to fit into a gate because of, oh, let's say, two, three feet? I see your point, but how would a six-foot difference matter?
<img src="/discussions/graphics/smilies/smile.gif" alt="Smile"> Thanks Aero! and Flypxd, and MD90fan, HS748 (Am I missing anyone--if so, thanks). That all really helped! <img src="/discussions/graphics/smilies/smile.gif" alt="Smile"> <img src="/discussions/graphics/smilies/smile.gi...Jump to post
Thanks guys. You are right. It is true they don't go to <acronym title="Newark - Liberty International (EWR / KEWR), USA - New Jersey">EWR</acronym>. I meant <acronym title="New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK), USA - New York">JFK</acronym>... <img src="/discussion...Jump to post
Airplanetire- Just fly First with you're mom's elite <acronym title="Tower Air (USA)">FF</acronym>! <img src="/discussions/graphics/smilies/smile.gif" alt="Smile"> <img src="/discussions/graphics/smilies/smile.gif" alt="Smile"> <img src="/discussions/graphics/smilies/smile.gif" alt...Jump to post
Yes, that would be true--PrivatAir. They run Business class-only jets that include a319CJs and 737-800's. Check my forum out about PrivatAir. It is called PrivatAir Aircraft? For more facts about PrivatAir, they are an airline that operates business-only service for KLM, Lufthansa, and <acronym titl...Jump to post
I would imagine-Continental is probably growing too much and needs more space. Also, maybe they took the Song gates, which most likely would have been in the same place as JetBlue; for they get the same servicing for serving all of the exact same routes...Jump to post
one way to cope with the problem-co does it nonstop from ewr on the triple 7-200ER to delhi and it is still 14hrs. if you like continental, this is a good bet. however, i was reading on expedia, that most aa aircraft have individual power plugs to use a laptop, charge an iPod, etc.
KPDX-- I know a way that you can find out-go to aa.com and type your origin, then to <acronym title="Portland - International (PDX / KPDX), USA - Oregon">PDX</acronym>, and continue that from Monay thru Sunday. If no 757's come up in the aircraft section, then it means at least at the moment, they d...Jump to post
I was wondering about a simular aircraft on ata--if they use L1011's. Obviously, it is some sort of trijet; as for I want to call it a Lockheed, you a DC10, and probably someone else, an <acronym title="Air Madagascar">MD</acronym>-11. I did see the fleet section on ATA's website, but it said 37-3;-...Jump to post
VV701-Basically what Cgnnrw said-I have a lot of timetables. Maybe there are names, but I sure have not heard about that. I believe that they do not maintain names anymore. (I'm not positive; I am guessing.). <img src="/discussions/graphics/smilies/smile.gif" alt="Smile"> <img src="/disc...Jump to post