Alaska Airlines 3
Air Algerie 1
ASL Airlines Belgium 2
Southern Air 4
West Atlantic UK 4
Have I missed any?
Probably nowhere, with again a few NG's leaving the fleet.Jump to post
VS are prime candidates for the TCX* series A332’s at around 10-11 years old. They are perfect aircraft to expand the MAN ops and fill some of the long haul void left by TCX. Why on earth would they want to add three more oddballs to an existing fleet of just four other temporary oddballs which wil...Jump to post
Easyjet at Heathrow is a waste, when the third runway does arrive full service airline from around the world will fill its slots day one. There are plenty London airports for the LCC airlines. You are aware that a large part of the current slots are already in the hands of a LCC airline? It's calle...Jump to post
It happened at 18C: http://avherald.com/h?article=4ccefa7c&opt=0Jump to post
PhilMcCrackin wrote:marcogr12 wrote:Westjet is just about the only one left that operates them in significant numbers. JANET has a handful and Air Algeria has a few, but that's about it.
Blerg wrote:Diplomats and government officials. Even EU officials in Cyprus (Commission and Parliament) fly with Aegean via Athens, they have some sort of a corporate agreement with them.
Any picture so we can see for ourselves if it exited the runway ? I second this comment. Surely there must be some photos at least, even though we know it didn’t leave the runway. I agree as well. I can't seem to find any photos for some reason, which is surprising because you would think that ther...Jump to post
bennett123 wrote:According to Flightradar24, it landed at Kano at 13:26 on the 5th.
By 19:49, it had flown to Jeddah.
By 09:38 the next day it had flown back to Lagos.
Clearly no significant repairs had been needed.
I definitely want to check out Haarlem. And I’ve read that residents of the area sometimes find tourists annoying, so I’m going to be the best tourist I can. I live in the historic centre of Haarlem and in general I don’t mind tourists. With your attitude of behaving properly you should be fine. I ...Jump to post
From the closure of other bases, such as TFS, LPA, ACE and FAO.Jump to post
British airways- A319- older examples are currently being withdrawn, 15 more are due to leave by the end of 2020. Believe G-EUOH & G-EUPX will leave in this month . Sep 19: G-EUOE/H Oct 19: G-EUPX Nov 19: G-EUOB/C/D/F/G/I Dec 19: G-EUPE Jan 20: G-EUPW Sep 20: G-EUPA Oct 20: G-EUPB Sep 20: G-EUP...Jump to post
The same applies to cutting the cleaning crew down to 1 person on the turn, it will not improve turn times and passengers will quickly notice dirty airplanes unless B6 expects their FA's to step in and become de facto cleaners in between flights. Why not? Several European LCC's have been doing this...Jump to post
GalaxyFlyer wrote:EMB 190.
2 Thomas Cook Airlines Actually these were ordered and operated by JMC Air in the first few years. ;) but the bigger issue is that there won't be a market for the airplane as a flying aircraft if none of the three existing RR 753 operators want it. We don't know that yet, so far it seems only Condo...Jump to post
No, I’ve worked as a gate agent and it’s solely for counting purposes, as soon as the flight is gone everything goes in the bin.Jump to post
They become useful when the number of boarded passengers according to the system don’t match with the actual number of passengers on board, so in that case you can count all boarding passes.Jump to post
FriscoHeavy wrote:Please read prior posts. Landing weight means nothing when you declare an emergency and land.
Off topic but with such a big presence at AMS does UA outsource their check-in staff/ground staff at AMS or they are directly employed by UA? Check-in/boarding/bagage is currently being done by Aviapartner, I believe they're switching to Swissport later this year, I'm not not sure however. They hav...Jump to post
Calling going 14 to 15 aircraft “expand” is really kind of sad knowing circa 2006c Meridiana flew around 5 millions passengers a year with a fleet of around 40 aircraft. Then they merged with Eurofly which was also flying about 30 aircrafts then Air Italy which at 10 aircrafts at the time of the me...Jump to post
How on earth can you loose 164 million euro while your fleet size is only a dozen of aeroplanes?Jump to post
Sam Chui is way to fond of himself and finds himself more interesting than the things he’s filming. Could be worse though... Non-stop Dan... :yuck: :yuck: :yuck: :yuck: :yuck: :yuck: I always like the videos of Paul Lucas, Noël Phillips, FlightExperience, PlaneSpottingBerlin, OnBoardHD and Simply Av...Jump to post
Nothing to see here, it’s just the regular Air Sinaï CAI-TLV-CAI flight.Jump to post
My family and I were supposed to go to Spain for 10 days this month, but recently my grandmother fell ill and this escalated into an issue thay gave us no option but to cancel our tickets. While I'm glad my grandmother is doing better now, I'm still heartbroken! We had spend MONTHS preparing for th...Jump to post
dc9super80 wrote:How come people in other parts of the World, seem able to fly without emotional support animals, but no so in the USA??
Boarding and deboarding shouldn't be a big deal as long as you use one of the two forward doors and the door at the rear. Well, you chose to fly with TCX that put in a lot more seats than anyone else. Uncomparable. 280 seats. Condor has 262 and the legacy airlines about 220. TCX no longer operate th...Jump to post
Ryanair is always disposing of frames as new ones come in. Part of their business plan to save the money and the down time of going through complex maintenance checks. Actually they’re slowly moving away from this strategy. They’ve doubled the number of heavy maintenance facilities last year, with ...Jump to post
Ofcourse not, they’re getting brand new ones.Jump to post
peterinlisbon wrote:Perhaps aircraft should have some kind of runway length warning.
PatrickZ80 wrote:Please let them stop. This route has been tried so many times and failed just as often. It just doesn't work, when do they finally see that?