Did they say recommendations?.Jump to post
One point on East European migration.
Only 4 countries allowed full and immediate access.
The UK was one of them.
Personally, I do not buy it. I recall an incident in Liverpool 10 years ago that happened to me. I was working late and got back to my Hotel dead tired at 2AM. Went to the desk and asked my key. Went upstairs and opened the door. As I did so, someone in the bed stirred. I realised that it was the wr...Jump to post
Are the ANA B767 ER or non ER.
The latter are 23-25 years old.
Reading the aviation-safety.net record of the ATH crash is quite interesting.
The aircraft finished up 80M beyond the end of the runway and 4M below the airport elevation.
Iirc, there was a drainage ditch just beyond the end of the runway.
So they blamed the pilots.
Interested to see what those on your side of the pond plan to do to reduce the death toll.
I expect thoughts and prayers is about the limit.
Based on the report, this guy should stick to flipping burgers.
Showing a gun on a plane without showing his ID first is just asinine.
If I were the customer, I would be embarrassed to admit that I tried to bank a cheque with no signature.Jump to post
If she bought the ticket on the phone and said the second passenger was a Cello, then why was she sold that seat.Jump to post
The former ZK-DES, (latterly 5Y-CHD).
I think this was to be scrapped at Southend in August.
On point 3. I assume you exclude FR.
However MOL did say he raped Boeing.
IMO, pilot pay will always be affected by aircraft size. The revenue capacity of a CRJ will always be less than a WB. Also if CRJ become too expensive then people will not fly. In that case, you lose the CRJ flight with no corresponding increase in mainline. The issue is will pilots accept a B scale...Jump to post
Saw G-OZBX, G-ZBAS, G-MARA and G-OJEG at LTN on the 6th. All were in normal markings.
Also G-ZBAU at EGBP on 7th.
I see they acquired an A321 this year.
Plenty more going cheap, and ZB pilots to go with them.
Perhaps the fallout of leaving all these people stranded would cost more in the long term.
Both politically and commercially.
Do you have details.
Iirc they are all leased.Jump to post
Not clear which part of their fleet would be LH.Jump to post
I have only flown FR three times, NOC twice and MLA once.
The service is not that bad.
The scary thing is that if the DUP dump the govt leading to another election, then Corbyn could be the next PM.Jump to post
Good news that these planes have a new home.
Takes a big chunk out of any ideas of any thoughts of AB LH continuing.
If animals being present was life threatening, why was she struggling to NOT get off the plane.
I call BS.
What country are you in.Jump to post
MOL comments to the Guardian seem somewhat unhelpful.Jump to post
Wonder how this fiasco will impact on their plans to take a slice of AB or AZ.Jump to post
I meant for FR to concentrate on organic growth in Italy, as opposed to taking over AZJump to post
Hard to see any attraction.
Best IMO to concentrate on organic growth in Italy.
I am off to Malta with them on Thursday. When I went online to check in, there was a problem. Every time I go to the pay now button it would not work. Tried Livechat who could not help. Eventually it went through on Explorer despite them saying it must be done on Google Chrome. Seems there was some ...Jump to post
This deal would involve a lot more than giving up some leave.
Also iirc there are also legal/regulatory limits on flying hours.
A brand new airline looking to buy 30 B747-400.
What could go wrong.
The first passenger was being a jerk, but use of chock hold is risky and probably excessive. Let the Police come and make the arrest, they have the appropriate training.Jump to post