Is L/N 7362 the 7000th NG? It is for China Eastern.Jump to post
Is there anyone on here that is truly surprised by the choice of aircraft?Jump to post
There was an order announced by Boeing this past weekend for 4 747 for an unidentified customer. Could these possibly by the USAF as E-4 replacements?Jump to post
Here is an update for the 739 deliveries for the first half of 2018: C/N LN Reg. Del. Month 62775 6791 N890DN Feb. 32001 6818 ? Feb. 32000 6838 ? Mar. 32002 6874 ? Mar 62776 6879 ? Mar. 32003 6891 ? Apr. 62777 6924 ? Apr. 32004 6947 ? May 62778 6961 ? May 32005 6996 ? June 62779 7021 ? June 32006 70...Jump to post
Goose Bay has 2 runways. I assume that both are affected.Jump to post
I know that the MAX starts service on Oct. 1 so when are they actually going to start deliveries so that pilot training can begin. How many do they expect to have when service does start?Jump to post
Thanks for the article. I am glad that this has been done. It is just up the road from me. I will have to go and visit. The only problem that I have is that with all of t he meticulous restoration work that they did, they failed to put the original style nose cone on it and remove the winglets. Othe...Jump to post
With all of the Gulfstream 2 and 3 being or already withdrawn, does anyone know the status of G2 C.N. 1. It was still active as far as I know at the end. It would be nice to preserve it as it is the first and long and successful line of aircraft. It is like the 737 type of success of corporate aircr...Jump to post
I know that there is still a Convair 880 and 990 intact there. Is there any interest in preserving these as they are definitely the last of their kind? Also, in photos from there I have noticed quite a few Gulfstream 2 and 3 there. Is this the only place where they have gone to be scrapped as they a...Jump to post
Here is an update for the 739 deliveries; L/N 6422 C.N. 31990 June , L/N 6470 C.N. 31991 July, L.N. 6474 C.N. 31992 July, L.N. 6512 C.N. 31994 August, L.N.6530 C.N. 31993 August, L.N. 6564 C.N. 31995 September, L.N. 6629 C.N. 31996 October, L.N.6569 C.N. 31998 November, L.N. 6570 C.N. 31997, L.N.671...Jump to post
With the retirement of the 4 Domestic 767-300s I thought that DL had planned on pulling some -300ERs from international routes to domestic permanently to replace them. There should be a lot of spare airframes coming up after the summer schedule with the delivery of all of those 242T A330s.Jump to post
From an old gate agent, if people would show up when they have booked then you would not have to oversell. In my 18 years of experience in that job there were a lot more overbooked flights that went out with empty seats then actually went oversold. About a 10 to 2 ratio.Jump to post
For those of you that are interested in facts, EI-FZM for Ryanair is L/N 6368 which will make it the 9500th 737 built. It should be rolling off the FAL in about 2 to 3 weeks. It is C.N. 44785.
What is the current monthly production rate for the 737 and when is the next increase due?
Here are some updates for 737-900 deliveries. I do not have the regs. For June CN. 31990 L/N 6422, For July CN 31991 & 992 L/N 6470 & 6474 , for Aug. CN. 31994 & 993 L/N. 6512 & 6530, and for Sep. CN 31995 L/N 6564. I will try to get more info ASAP.Jump to post