Bear: One business class seat to.....
Ticket agent: Sure. But why the big pause?
Bear: Don't know, but I've always had them.
YYJ January and February January Domestic: 115,384 +0.7% Transborder: 18,600 -10.1% International: 7,213 +9.6% Total: 141,197 -0.4% February Domestic: -3.5% Transborder: -20.3% International: 6,980 +7.9% Total: 129,205 -5.3% Sluggish start to the year in Victoria. Two main factors: the loss of the ...Jump to post
From the damage I'd guess front of truck hit nose, spin hit prop and back of truck spun into tail. The front of the truck is facing away from the plane with damage to the cab area. Plane probably yawed right from first impact and made hte second impact. My guess anyways... Also can't quite read the...Jump to post
YYJ January and February January Domestic: 115,384 +0.7% Transborder: 18,600 -10.1% International: 7,213 +9.6% Total: 141,197 -0.4% February Domestic: -3.5% Transborder: -20.3% International: 6,980 +7.9% Total: 129,205 -5.3% Sluggish start to the year in Victoria. Two main factors: the loss of the U...Jump to post
It’s going to be embarrassing for the whole world when the accident cause is unrelated. It will not be embarrassing for anyone. There is circumstantial evidence that both crashes may have something in common and it may have something to do with the aircraft type.Even if the chance is only 1/1000 th...Jump to post
Sunwing's 4 are now grounded though for "commercial reasons" including airspace restrictions.
https://twitter.com/SunwingVacay/status ... 0776105985
And if turns out that Boeing isn’t at fault? Then what? Is it ok to ruin someone's public image based on a hunch? Public image? You gotta be kidding me. The news coverage and the hundreds of victims have taken care of Boeing's public image already. There is little China's or anybody else's civil av...Jump to post
Because I had to look it up, I figured I'd post what the FAA means by a CANIC (I assume some know and some don't): a. A CANIC is used to notify civil airworthiness authorities of other countries of pending significant safety actions. A significant safety action can be defined as, but not limited to,...Jump to post
Video of the Landor 747 taxiing in Dublin.
https://twitter.com/DublinAirport/statu ... 6590269441
YYJ lost its SFO flight at the beginning of the year and now is set to lose its flights to SEA on Delta. Leaves the SEA flights on Alaska (Horizon) as the only regular scheduled flights to the US. https://www.timescolonist.com/business/delta-airlines-pulls-service-from-victoria-international-airport...Jump to post
Am I crazy or is that one of the most unclearly caused crashes over land in like decades? Usually there is a thread from the first day that ends up being close to the cause, but I see nothing here. If you go back on the threads of the Eurowings crash, it really wasn't until the CVR contents were le...Jump to post
I'm believing in the Diego Garcia theory. Why nobody at all is speaking about it on a.net? From what I think, many highly ranked people from a few countries incl.USA would know something. When you see the Malaysian Interior minister speak during his interview a few years ago, you feel he lies as he...Jump to post
Metro Vancouver has a South Asian population of about 300K.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metro_Van ... l_District
YYJ for Q1: 421,803 (2017) 443,003 (2018) +5% At this rate YYJ will surpass the 2 million pax mark this year. And YYJ for Q2: 491,439 (2017) 523,722 (2018) +6.53% YTD 913,242 (2017) 966,725 (2018) +5.86% Two more strong months for YYJ in July and August. July was 199,161 (up 10.8%) and August was 2...Jump to post
TVNWZ wrote:Fume events have increased substantially. Is the air becoming less safe. Crew on these planes are breathing a lot of fumes from the bleed air. I would be concerned if I was the crew.
Sounds like a problem, yo who'll solve it?
https://twitter.com/vanillaice/status/1 ... 5407399936
Porter joining Aeroplan is useless for Western Canada. The talk about getting OneWorld carriers onboard is similarly useless for those not in major markets (e.g., YYJ where I am).
Going to apply for an RBC WestJet card and collect one last Aeroplan reward before dumping that credit card.
Porter has a better chance now than they did before Ford was elected premier. Toronto voted for Ford in that election, and if the city elections in October go the same way, then the odds of Porter getting jets will get a bit better. PCs won 11 seats in Toronto while NDP/Liberals won 15. The seats w...Jump to post
One would think that if an accident involved fatalities, the airline would remove that aircraft from service out of respect for the victims and their families I'd be curious if you believe this absolutely. Like if a brand new A380 were to have an uncontained engine failure similar to the Southwest ...Jump to post
Great YouTube of the incident both inside and out to refresh memories. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uN3Fd0x0FoQ It sounds like the pilot tried to level off. You can hear the engines spool up, then stay consistent (from about 0:14-0:21), then they spool up again to TOGA (0:25) and they blast off....Jump to post
Investigation report has been released (linked on this news release page): http://www.tsb.gc.ca/eng/medias-media/communiques/aviation/2018/a17f0052-20180604.asp The investigation determined that the runway lights and the visual guidance system (PAPI) had been set at a low intensity during the rain s...Jump to post
Interesting. Maybe this explains the frequency downgrade on BEG-JFK. However, I also wouldn't be surprised if they actually chose YUL over YYZ, since the smaller airlines with long-haul routes (such as Air Algérie) serve YUL instead of YYZ. Air Algérie serves YUL because of the Francophone connecti...Jump to post
jonnyclam123 wrote:The meeting will be occurring on June 12th in Singapore. FNJ-SIN is 2557 NM
YYZ-Tokyo is twice daily, one each to HND and NRT. The latter route has a stopover in YYC as of this year, due to AC launching YUL-NRT and utilizing YYZ-NRT's slot. I think the reason why you dont see JL in YYZ is because they have premium heavy dreamliners, not well suited for Canada-Japan. As for...Jump to post
What impact Amazon's tech hub arrival will have for YVR? http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/amazon-vancouver-new-jobs-1.4641765 Don't know about YVR but Kenmore Air and Harbour Air had already begun Coal Harbour to Lake Union flights even prior to this announcement, largely based on Ama...Jump to post
Red Wings orders 6 CS300s for 2019 delivery. Though the story is a little confusing as to whether these are new orders (by State Finance Leasing Company, the apparent lessor).
https://newsroom.aviator.aero/red-wings ... -delivery/
Have never bought anything from this site, but I love the clothing and art they have here: https://08left.com/Jump to post
On a side note, I am surprised Boeing hasn`t painted over the 787 and "Dreamliner" logo`s before releasing the demolishing crew...20 liters of paint and Joe Average would have been none the wiser. PAE sees only general aviation traffic so "Joe Average" won't notice it, anyway. A...Jump to post
An awful crash and as others have said, I also can't imagine how it would feel to have 257 inside an IL76, seems to me like it's too many but please correct me on this. My condolences to the families and friends of the people lost in this tragic crash :( A388 In 2003, an Iranian IL-76 crashed with ...Jump to post
YYF Pentiction is one of 18 airports in Canada that is still operated by Transport Canada. TC have announced an expansion of YYF's terminal to accommodate all the growth...thanks do doubt from Encore. https://www.canada.ca/en/transport-canada/news/2018/02/penticton_airportterminalbuildingconstructi...Jump to post
Guessing it is golf-related. PGA Tour was at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens this past weekend and next weekend is the World Golf Championship event in Mexico City. Lots of people (players, caddies, families, officials, media) to be moved between those two locations over the next couple of days.Jump to post
Don't think so, you would have to clear US customs in YYZ and that includes doing the luggage You do not have to reclaim luggage for an international to USA connection in Toronto. The process is very convenient and saves valuable time for passengers. Please follow this link. https://www.aircanada.c...Jump to post
YYJ was up 4.2% YoY to 1.9 million passengers. Domestic was up 5.1% (to 1.626 million), transborder down 0.9% (to 280k) and international up 7.8% (to 29k).Jump to post
And WestJet has announced 60 more flights per week, adding frequency on existing routes (primarily domestic) out of Vancouver. In addition to the new MEX flight beginning in March.
http://vancouversun.com/news/local-news ... re-flights
Interesting. I'm seeing really cheap fares a bunch of months out from YVR to CUN and MEX on Interjet. Like C$250 round trip for flights in September/October 2018. Must be trying to soak up all the cash they can now for future flights. Interesting to see whether they're around to deliver these flights.Jump to post
I wonder whether they'll paint a couple of Pac Coastal aircraft in full WS livery or they'll simply get a sticker? According to this link, they'll be painted in WS colours. So I assume full livery. http://vancouversun.com/pmn/news-pmn/canada-news-pmn/westjet-launches-new-regional-air-service-in-wes...Jump to post
And now a report that says there was no crash.