Wow that's a shame. I've flown that route before and watch it takeoff/land all the time. At least they'll still be coming. Anyone know if this changes the flight schedule then? Will EK434 still arrive at the same time, and when will it depart? Because normally 435 doesn't leave BNE till late at nigh...Jump to post
charlienorth wrote:I thought it would be maintenance? I'm not entirely sure how this works tbh.
Once the MEL has been entered into the system it becomes a flight ops and dispatch problem.
Sooner787 wrote:So who's in more trouble here; the Captain or the flight dispatcher?
I read that as non-compliant Melbourne Airport first...Jump to post
If you count terrorism, then United 93 (still an accident but could have been worse), Northwest 253 and American 63.Jump to post
LamboAston wrote:Philippine Airlines operate a 7h A320 flight from Manilla to Cairns, which continues to Auckland
Qantas used to operate SYD-MEL and SYD-BNE with the 763 before they retired it. On the other extreme, they use the 738 for SYD/MEL/BNE-PER, as does Virgin Australia. Air Niugini uses the 763 on daily POM-BNE, a little shy of 3 hours. Air New Zealand also uses the 772 and 773 for AKL-SYD/MEL/BNE flig...Jump to post
The Acacia St loop at BNE. Great for RWY 19 arrivals and departures and RWY 01 departures (and 01 heavy arrivals if they roll long enough). As well as heavies taxiing past to the holding point (always a thrill to see the EK A380 or QF 747 roll past, not to mention the variety of Asian carriers, and ...Jump to post