Jshank83 wrote:Dunkin Donuts at E40 has opened.
https://www.flystl.com/newsroom/stl-new ... tl-airport
I am not one to say one big business makes enough demand for a TATL flight but I just want to make note. With the governor involved I would hope it actually will be a big expansion. Bayer already moved their NA headquarters to STL from North Carolina. They closed their PIT office. It can do nothing...Jump to post
The A380 is without question the biggest commercial failure in civil aviation How is that possible when it sold much better than literally every entrant in that list? Because it was built mostly out of pride, ego, hubris, and shoddy planning. "Hey Boeing! We built the world's biggest plane!&qu...Jump to post
Have booked NYC-PHL-XXX and return if NYC-XXX nonstop was outrageously overpriced....going out usually never a problem, coming back, given the wonderland that NYC airspace is - flights out of PHL into LGA could be at times anywhere from 6 hours delayed and more. Fortunately I had a carry on bag and ...Jump to post
Does the TPA flight return when the MAX issue is resolved? No plans as yet. While FI doubled the frequency and extended the season prior to the MAX crisis, the LF data that I saw wasn’t super compelling. It’s up in the air. Right now, I’d imagine network stabilization/profitability are on FI exec’s...Jump to post
Are we forgetting that Charlotte exists? It's not the Caribbean powerhouse that MIA is. It's more like AA's ATL; good for southeastern US connections. Charlotte offers all the top destinations and a few others people want to get to. Unless the daily STL-Bonaire market has jumped to a significant nu...Jump to post
Depending on the routing, Nashville to say the Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis markets could make an appearance in eastern time.Jump to post
Absolutely makes sense. Not an airline but an air experience. Entire flight is themed from start to finish games movies and the whole nine yards on board. For example, let's pretend one ran 2 weeks ago....sell the experience on top of your Disney trip for 399 or so a person, have the whole thing Toy...Jump to post
It's 2 idiot pilots who off'd themselves and are just damn lucky no one else went with them. That's all. There's no story to drag out for 45 minutes compelling to broadcast style.
The Bagram crash and US Air 1549 are on *completely* different playing fields.
(roughly) services from STL on AA in late October 2003 right before the big axe fell Connection = J31, J41 or ATR Albuquerque - twice daily Atlanta - five daily Austin - three daily Baltimore - five daily Bloomington - eight daily (Connection) Boston - five daily Burlington - three daily (Connection...Jump to post
Does anyone recall when AA stopped flying STL-LGW which was the only TATL route from STL once the TWA acquisition (it wasn't a merger, it was an outright buy) was completed? During the first axe at the end of October 2003, which I believe was either the 30th or the 31st. I remember Frontier immedia...Jump to post
Just hilarious. All you had to do was look at the United tweet to see that Visit Houston was circling all over it and playing in the game - go to the Visit Houston twitter page and see the posts all over their page for the anniversary of the moon landing. Somehow this turns into United is announcing...Jump to post
July 2019 is Space City month in Houston.
I suspect it is just a matter of time before DL adds, and AA subsequently drops their remaining Upstate New York to Boston flights. Add in some West Jet flights from BOS to Eastern Canada, and DL can grow their new Boston hub. That all sounds good until you look at their yields on BOS-BUF/PIT, whic...Jump to post
We can nit pick small details about how FX can grow incrementally here or there, but ultimately the pictures speak for themselves Well sure the pictures speak for themselves, and once IND gets that runway in place I don't see them having much more land than MEM currently has for FX expansion. Again...Jump to post
These aren't MAX related, the only schedules that have been adjusted for the MAX's being out are the June/July/early August schedules. WN actually scheduled a decent amount of MAXs in the release from IND AUS and SAN shouldn't be that hard, all you need is an RJ for AUS. And SAN has 180-220+ PDEW y...Jump to post
LAS, TPA, and RSW would be 3 easy easy adds to put back in the system for when/if the Max series returns to the skies, even if not until very late summer. These aren't MAX related, the only schedules that have been adjusted for the MAX's being out are the June/July/early August schedules. WN actual...Jump to post
Fantastic read by Chicago Magazine, "The Ghosts of 191."
http://www.chicagomag.com/Chicago-Magaz ... light-191/
no, even if TWA had stuck around their need for 717s and 318s would have never been enough to keep the lines open.Jump to post
Most of this could not be any more incorrect if you tried. Leave the interviewing advice to those who know what they are talking about. Next. Perhaps this reply was meant as sarcasm? No? Because, frankly, this is good advice for any job applicant: -sell your desire of longevity -sell your knowledge...Jump to post
Behind the scenes, the people running the show at The NRA .... it's a total mess. Disorganization everywhere in just about any department but no matter the chaos the top function remains the same - maintain the brand and strength of The NRA. Enter firms such as Ackerman. I did consulting work for Ac...Jump to post
You're balking about 8-10 seconds for a feature to be updated and cycle through an entire network?
oh yay. flying blue balls. in honor of aviation enthusiasts everywhere.Jump to post
United has been championing T9 for years. The last thing they're going to do is give it all to Star Alliance carriers, especially with the new Mid Field Terminal coming in for TBIT carriers.Jump to post
The other important nugget here - the LGW arrival at BOS will probably once again take up coveted arrival space into Terminal E, really pushing international opportunities by JetBlue into severely limited arrival times, arriving at very inconvenient times, or being entirely boxed out of certain time...Jump to post
Sun Country is playing it smart. It's their first year around town, they came in and did the winter and spring break peak season, take a bench for a slower two month spring season when everyone does nothing but get into baseball, come back in the summer when more people are ready to bolt out of town...Jump to post
After 20 years in the news and public relations industry - it's very simple.
Show up and be a part of the conversation instead of letting others do the talking on your behalf.
Do not make major launches or innovations while one of your products is stuck on the ground.
Getting lucky is a loose term. They got lucky by ***NOT*** having Wow Air come in after the free money those running the IND airport want to hand out only to later pull out and then crapping all over the DL service to CDG and possibly having it go away, too. Sorry, I just don't see DL dropping IND-...Jump to post
Getting lucky is a loose term.
They got lucky by ***NOT*** having Wow Air come in after the free money those running the IND airport want to hand out only to later pull out and then crapping all over the DL service to CDG and possibly having it go away, too.
Current of Love from Baywatch is performed by David Hasselhoff.Jump to post