SLC-RDM 2007 and 2008 both on N457SW CRJ-200 SLC-PDX 2008 and 2009 both on N368CA CRJ-700 SLC-ORD 2010, 8 days apart. Both on N805SK CRJ-900 SLC-YVR 2007, 1 day apart. Both on N905DA MD-90 SLC-PDX 2007 and 2008. Both on N901DA MD-90 SLC-PDX 2009 and 2010. Both on N3750D 737-800 PDX-LAS 2013 and 2014...Jump to post
Anyone aware of the situation/reasoning behind the diversion of DL699, a scheduled flight from PHX - SEA that according to flightradar24 was in a holding pattern in central western Washington (presumably closer to SeaTac) for around an hour before diverting down to PDX. AF1 departure from SEA Oh di...Jump to post
PDX-SLC or SLC-PDX 69 times on a mix of 737-700, 737-800, 757-200, A319, A320, MD-90, ERJ-145, CRJ-200, -700, -900
Mostly all DL, some WN and AS.
Only taken off:
VQS (took a boat on the way out)
LHR (took train from CDG to LHR)
EWR (train to city, left out of LGA)
That experience is not unique to AS, DL had a mess of things last my partner used them to go back East from RDM. The SEA-IAD flight was an A-319, which there were plenty of in SEA. It seems they run several T-cons & Mid-Cons with them, mostly on routes AS uses 7389's & 738's on, often times...Jump to post
Yes there's the one in troutdale, salem, and north portland near kelly point park. The one at the meadows site is going to be another delivery station. The hillsboro building is a sort center. Different building types are here: https://www.aboutamazon.com/workplace/facilitiesJump to post
If it was by the specific carrier the list would be longer, but this is just the route.
OAG this week: AS PDX-SEA APR 20>19 AS PDX-SFO APR 8>7 DL LAS-PDX JUL 2>3 AUG 2>3 JUN is a partial month. NK LAS-PDX APR 1.4>2 JUN 0>0.9 UA IAH-PDX APR 2>3 MAY 2>3 JUN 2>3 JUL 2>3 AUG 2>3 JUN is a partial month, and APR was previously partial month. Look at May WN B...Jump to post
I'm now seeing the 767-400ER on the PDX-LHR route for summer on DL.com. Going to book that for a trip in July as I believe all the planes will be modded by then with the new suites. Sounds fancy, so, hope it's nice. Delta announced this in the summer. I remember seeing it but don't remember if it w...Jump to post
OAG this week: June is a partial month so it can be ignored. B6 JFK-PDX MAY 0>0.9[0.6] JUN 0>0.3[0.8] B6 LGB-PDX JUN 0>0.3[1.0] Ouch. 4th-18th no flying. It's a pretty slow time to travel, but still, ouch! UA IAD-PDX DEC 1.0>0.5[1.0] UA EUG-ORD MAR 0.7>1.0 Apr is a partial month as well. This als...Jump to post
jbpdx wrote:Looks like Hawaiian has been using the A332 PDX-HNL for weeks and will continue using it at least through August.
I've been on 20 MD-90s, 1 MD-88, and 1 MD-80. Last MD-80 was on AA way back in 2006 on SNA-SJC back when SJC was still a 'hub'. MD-88 was in 2010 from SLC-GEG. All the MD-90 flights were in/out of SLC, back when they still had them hubbed there.Jump to post
Looks like AC PDX-YYZ is being upgauged to a daily A319 operated by Air Canada Rouge for this summer. Wow! From 97 capacity on the E190 to 120 capacity on the A319. Hopefully their putting Rouge on the route brings the prices down. The timetable seems to still show both flights (AC546 and AC1840) a...Jump to post
PDX-ABQ, in addition to PDX-BUR that's already been mentioned, are switching to mainline this summer. https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... f-17feb19/Jump to post
There are LAX and Hawthorne, and VNY and BUR. TTD and PDX are close enough that I remember hearing PA accidentally landed at TTD back in the day. Some say 707, some say 747. When I lived in the Seattle area, one reason I loved BFI was seeing traffic for both BFI and SEA. TTD is 10 miles, but VUO is...Jump to post
From my experience at multiple airports as a ramper, the ones that feed in and go to a slopped, circular belt is better, the bags don't come back so you can offload as fast as you can. The flat ones, like at PDX, the bags come back if not picked up right away so you have to dodge those bags while of...Jump to post
Alaska's PAE flights to/from PDX current schedule: All PAE flights starting in February 2019 PDX 7:40 am - PAE 8:40 am PDX 10:20 am - PAE 11:20 am PDX 9:40 pm - PAE 10:35 pm PAE 6:30 am - PDX 7:25 am PAE 6:00 pm - PDX 6:55 pm PAE 9:05 pm - PDX 10:00 pm There's a 4th flight added March 11th: PAE 1:2...Jump to post
lhpdx wrote:Looks like Amazon cargo has added a second flight a day linking PDX to BDL in addition to PDX to CVG..................Nice to see some cargo growth out of Portland...
HA25 PDX-HNL was delayed for almost 17 hours yesterday; left PDX at 1:35 AM: https://www.google.com/search?q=Hawaiian+Airlines+25&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS761US761&oq=Hawaiian+Airlines+25&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Ouch! Definitely not a good way to start off a Hawa...Jump to post
I thought QX had a lot more Pdx-sea AS PDX-SEA NOV 25>21 DEC 25>20 JAN 26>25 It does...This is the corrected posting...... Sorry about that! I must have posted something from a different route by accident... Nope, it was a mistake on the OAG thread but was fixed, so you posted the right...Jump to post
Is the AS PDX-SEA a mistake? It's always 20+ RTs a day.Jump to post
DL747400 wrote:Cruise charter perhaps?
I think that almost every flight to TPA, MCO, and FLL are 739ER or A321/A320 (LVX routes). And I believe that SEA-FLL is the longest AS flight in the system. SEA-FLL is also the second-longest currently operating flight in the contiguous United States (title shared with NK) after AA's SEA-MIA route...Jump to post