After reading all these comments I'm sorry I booked a trip on AA at the end of Sept. JFK-PHX. Next trip will be DL and be willing to pay a little more.Jump to post
Wow that's quite a story, I was wandering if MDW also falls into the same category?Jump to post
Had no idea that Braniff had a large presence at BOS. Even at its height, it wasn't much. In the summer of 79 Braniff eked out about 10 daily flights...one of which was the B747 to Europe. Here's the centerfold of June 1, 79 timetable. BN flew n/s to DFW, DCA, DTW, MEM, EWR, JFK, MCI, PHL and BNA h...Jump to post
Thanks everyone reading all the reply's was interesting and fun.And the conclusion is stay away from commercial aircraft.Jump to post
Just thinking with only two major manufactures is there room for a third? Down the road I see a big market for replacement aircraft.Looking for opinions.Jump to post
afcjets wrote:Bring back 302 seat DC10s and L1011s into LGA.
Will BBD completely get out of commercial aircraft? I think this is a big blow for Canadian workers and Canada as well.. Yes, it will be interesting to see what will happen to the CRJ final assembly plant... I wonder if it will be taken over by Airbus to create space for additional A220 production?...Jump to post
Soon DL will have as many choices as a cruse ship line.Jump to post
A little off topic but this 70 seat idea is what BBD should have done make a next generation jet to replace ageing CRJ's. The CS100/300 is a great plane but very little market because of scope rules. It's a shame they unvested in the wrong type of plane. Then the C-Series would have been a imitatio...Jump to post
As far as I know loadfactors back in the days were much lower on average than they are today. Am I right? Correct. Also, back when airlines were regulated, profit wasn't nearly as much of a concern as it is today. I don't think airlines cared much about load factor back then. They were competing on...Jump to post
I think LAX did the smart thing and make only one runway A380 capable.After all there are only about 10 or so A380 operations a day,if that... That's not even remotely true.... three of LAX's runways are fully A380 capable, with no interference to concurrent ops elsewhere (beyond what's typical for...Jump to post
I think LAX did the smart thing and make only one runway A380 capable.After all there are only about 10 or so A380 operations a day,if that..
Boof02671 wrote:Q wrote:Maybe the very same A321 had wingtip clipped off took off from JFK. LOL twice new wingtip again! Who knows?
The JFK A321 was a A321T, they don’t fly the T in and out of LGA.
Seabear wrote:Why not get rid of flight attendants at the same time? After all, 99.999% of the time they're nothing more than glorified cocktail waitresses. Just set up a vending machine in the back. Just sayin'.
Now that UA has joined the ranks of AA, WN, AS, B6, F9, NK and G4 with utilizing billboard titles on their fuselage, will DL eventually make a similar move? There are certain Delta aircraft (ie A321) on which the titles look unnaturally small. I hope they don,'t change and follow everyone else,I th...Jump to post
Looks like UA is increasing it's game at EWR.Jump to post
I still say the globe has to go it's so out dated. Not much of a change from the previous livery.Jump to post
I think we all have some little boy in us.Jump to post
Odd that DEN is mentioned as there rarely are weather delays there Get strong west or east winds and the airport goes into very lengthy weather delays. Typically you're correct, but when weather delays happen, they happen big at DEN. Peace :box: Same scenario at EWR with strong northwest winds.And ...Jump to post
Fargo wrote:Where would they put another airport in Seattle? The area is surrounded by National Parks and forests, good luck trying to get environmental clearance.