I thought Indigo had like a zillion Neos on order already?Jump to post
Looks like ATI's combi N751CX is off to Dean Baldwin at MCN for painting. Not surprising, given that it seems to have a peeling issue on the upper fuselage not unlike some of the United 753s that just looked absolutely-terrible. Same place on the fuselage, but not as bad. However, given that these ...Jump to post
I've been noticing this again today myself, trying to look at photos in the database.Jump to post
In the words of Ulysses S. Grant, "I know of no method to secure the repeal of bad or obnoxious laws so effective as their stringent execution."Jump to post
DeltaMD95 wrote:Is this the end of USA Jet DC-9 operations? Are there any other remaining DC-9 operators? (MD81-87 excluded)
That photo in the link... a very dignified entrance, lolJump to post
Even if Russia is now playing tit-for-tat, I still think confiscating Russian oligarch property is the right call. Hypocrisy or no, in practical terms this war has to be made into a huge step backward for everyone within even a whiff of power in Russia (just like it is for the average Russian who ha...Jump to post
zeke wrote:Seems very odd that they were allowed in the US at all.
New owners appear to be taking it for a test drive.
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/OBT ... /KLGB/KLGB
https://twitter.com/bjcaffe/status/1661326605816418305 This is the first time I have seen this clip of John McCain in late 2014 predicting where the situation in Ukraine was headed. It's going to be interesting to read all the books and articles that are going to be published analyzing the run up t...Jump to post
My parents got a new car last year and the absence of an AM radio in it is a recurring source of frustration.Jump to post
atcsundevil wrote:Jazz maybe? I'm pretty there there was a short lived YYZ service about 20 years ago on the B1900.
VCVSpotter wrote:UniWorld 727-200F N815EA ferried SBD-LMM-PTY for delivery.
I don't think the descriptions in the forum listings have been changed in some time. It still says we can discuss politics in Non-Aviation, for instance.Jump to post
Anyone know what's going on here?
SEA-LAX at 10,000 feet. A/C is N597JB.
What happened to that PC-12 competitor they were working on?Jump to post
IIRC the airline had some FAA trouble?Jump to post
TriJets wrote:Hand grenades and rocket launchers? Seems like buybacks in the US only get rusted out shotguns and bolt action rifles that haven't been used since the 80s.
If you count cargo, Sacramento has SMF, but also has UPS' scheduled operation at the old air force base at MHR.Jump to post
Gotcha, thanks. I don't think I've had a chance to see one get loaded or unloaded before.Jump to post
GalaxyFlyer wrote:God bless the co-pilots loading bags in the Praetors, just awful.
NetJets doesn't buy small, huh.Jump to post
There's nothing that warrants more investigation of your character than being shot to death while black. Ordained ministers and sitting members of Congress don't get this much scrutiny.Jump to post
Play stupid games, win stupid prizes, or something like that.Jump to post
Back to baseball, its looks like the A's are looking at a new site in Las Vegas, as site #1 looks to be falling through. Oh heck maybe they will end up in St. George Utah :lol: Following a successful strategy established by the Angels and Chicago Rockford Airport, they will be known as the Las Vega...Jump to post
Teams that go on amazing early regular season runs like the Rays are on now have a strong tendency to falter in the postseason, sadly. I've been upset at the Dodgers for seemingly cheaping out all offseason, but it doesn't actually appear to have hurt them that much yet. I guess the other big questi...Jump to post
A very good question. As you face a switch (or turnout), you have two routes: straight ahead (normal), or one that curves to one side or the other (diverging). On Amtrak's Northeast Corridor, they have installed switches where trains can take the diverging route at speeds of up to 80 mph. Supposedl...Jump to post
The Helio Courier!
The Maltese Falcon wasn't bad either.Jump to post
Didn't Spirit used to occasionally makes some extremely minor headlines for tasteless marketing gimmicks? I feel like I remember discussing it but not what they actually said.Jump to post
Get an adblocker extension for your web browser. There are websites where you can cite abusive advertisements and get them taken down by the site management, but a.net isn't one of them.Jump to post
bennett123 wrote:Is there normally body camera footage?.
I was actually being sarcastic, but I appreciate the insight. Russia decided to invade an important portion of its own defense industrial infrastructure and now they're wondering where it all wentJump to post
"The resumption of [An-124] production is now impossible."
Huh, I wonder why that is?
When I go to Red Sox - Angels games at Angels Stadium, us Sox fans regularly drown out the Angels fans.
Can't deal with it? Have a better fan base.
Is he wrong, though? It seems pretty well beyond dispute that this was a decision made by the moderators, for the moderators. No input, or expectation of benefit, for the people actually using the website. It really feels to me like you've been hiding behind "it's an aviation website" as a...Jump to post
Oh, this one stings. "Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" is such an incredibly powerful song.Jump to post
Judging by what American railroads have been buying in the last few years, it's tractive effort, not power output, that's seen as the bottleneck. You even see some railroads occasionally using road slugs (i.e. a diesel-electric locomotive has the diesel engine removed and swapped for ballast, it's h...Jump to post
Dunno if I'll check out the new offsite, but I'm leaning towards probably not. In my prior experience, having a common interest besides politics keeps the political discussions more stable. A while ago, back during the Bronze Age of the internet, I participated in both a strategy gaming forum and an...Jump to post
About 25 years ago, I was coming home from work in Detroit. It was the Friday of Memorial Day Weekend and it was a nice, sunny day. I had my window down and stereo on, when I heard a rumbling noise. I looked up and there was a low level formation of a B17, B24, B25, B29 and a Super Connie headed do...Jump to post
Yes, it is sad to see the last of the DC-10/MD-10's gone from FedEx and other operators, but the reality is that these planes are worn out, parts likely becoming scarce, declining support from Boeing, their pilots and mechanics retiring out and replaced by more fuel efficient models. Saves on cater...Jump to post
The first rule of Fight Department is that we don't talk about Fight Department.Jump to post
That's a freighter - forget half that amount, it usually seats nobody! Small miracle that everyone is okay.Jump to post
My observation about Bank of America is that their savings accounts pay lousy interest...Jump to post
The current M3 has an inline 6 engine with a pair of turbos and a simply ugly front grill. Shall I go outside and get a photo if you disagree? Next these topics will be banned along with political discussions. (maybe that's the idea?) At some point in the last few years BMW appears to have decided ...Jump to post
This is news to me. Much appreciate you both pointing that out. The last time I went to the Pima A&S Museum was 10+ years ago, so I am due for a visit. It wouldn't have been there when you last visited - it was ferried to Pima in Nov. 2016. After maintenance at FedEx's LAX hangar they took it t...Jump to post
Good, powerful electric locomotives are readily available. Now, power plants, yes, you'd need some more of those. However, the power consumption would be a drop in the bucket compared to CA in total. The additional power to be installed for electric road vehicles and additional air conditioning is ...Jump to post
I believe the Caltrain commuter service, running on the old Southern Pacific tracks from San Jose up the peninsula to San Francisco, is in the process of electrifying. Drop in the bucket I suppose, but worth at least mentioning.Jump to post
I recall FedEx scattered their 727 fleet around the country like JT8D Johnny Appleseed for technical schools and aviation colleges and such, I guess that's a harder case to make for something as big as a DC-10.Jump to post
This seems like a useful opportunity for people to realize that many ‘heroes’ driving narrative on family values and other issues are not actually living those values. In addition to generally making money exploiting insecurities in society and individuals, pundits like Crowder are essentially bull...Jump to post