In the air: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/g-xleg When was the last time the BA A380 flew a revenue flight? This won't be a revenue flight, rather a repatriation flight as South African borders are currently closed. There is also a BA 747 en route to CPT, under flight number BA59 for r...Jump to post
Amazingly G-XLEG is planned to operate a repatriation flight to Johannesburg tonight, May 31st, leaving Heathrow at 22.35L as BA9157. The first BA A380 service for quite a while. In the air: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/g-xleg When was the last time the BA A380 flew a revenue flight?...Jump to post
jetblueguy22 wrote:I have to imagine all of those airlines are in countries with similar restrictions.
Boeing stock sinks 5% on more delays. No FAA sign-off in sight. Further to your point, the CNBC report. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/01/21/boeing-doesnt-expect-regulators-to-sign-off-on-737-max-until-june-or-july.html I thought Boeing was out of the business of speculating on RTS dates. They probably ...Jump to post
Main page of most US media outlets. Plus this. https://mobile.twitter.com/NarimanGharib/status/1215334836937928705 They are merely speculating it, they have no concrete proof that it actually happened. Furthermore, if you open the link you posted you would read that the guy can't verify the video j...Jump to post
art wrote:If Boeing needs cash in the near future, why does it not convert treasury stock into cash? If you are never going to sell treasury stock, what is the point of buying your own stock?
oschkosch wrote:With the likelihood of many a.net users actually ever flying on Cebu Pacific being very low this thread is rather obsolete anyway.
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There's a reason Virgin sends their high density 744s multiple time a day to Orlando; Brits love going to the theme parks and Florida by and large is a cheap vacation to a warmer climate for Europeans. Nor surprising that the London - Orlando market is larger than both Miami and Boston. In all fair...Jump to post
How many of these "activists" have dogs? Dogs are FAR worse for the environment than aviation is. Instead of trying to disrupt aviation, these activists should be encouraging people to have fewer dogs, or none at all. That would make a much bigger impact on global warming than disrupting ...Jump to post
I actually see China and CAAC as the real "king makers" in the room. Their current silence is maybe just the calm before the storm? China has zero credibility on these matters. China has not seen a single hull loss since 2012. In a crowded, fast growing market. https://www.mro-network.com...Jump to post
Accipiter Holdings purchases 20 A320neo aircraft
https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-r ... craft.html
edit: sorry already posted
IAG shareholders haven't taken the news well, stock down 4.5%Jump to post
CarbonFibre wrote:Never thought the BA livery would grace the 737 again.
Boeing says it has completed the development of updated software for the 737 Max
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/16/boeing- ... ter%7Cmain
Can we wait until the preliminary report is released please?
So much speculation regarding the procedures of the pilots.
https://edition.cnn.com/africa/live-news/ethiopian-airlines-black-box-report/index.html Preliminary report says crew 'performed all procedures repeatedly' quote: The preliminary report finds that the Ethiopian Airlines crew "performed all procedures repeatedly provided by the manufacturer but ...Jump to post
FAA says ‘additional work’ needed for Boeing software fix
https://www.ft.com/content/a2b6c6ec-54b ... 515a54c5b1
Which Spanish ones? I think ALC is one. MAD too. PMI I think so. But I recall using Ryanair recently in SCQ (the only airline that do not uses jet bridges), SVQ or VLC and we did not use jet bridges. I think it is more dependant on the airport than on anything else. I've seen this being done in Bar...Jump to post
smokeybandit wrote:All it takes is a couple savvy flyers to notice landmarks that wouldn't make sense in flying to Germany.
As I understand the EASA directive, there's nothing to prevent airlines returning MAX aircraft to their home or other maintenance bases as long as no passengers are on board. So no aircraft are necessarily stranded as long as the country they're currently in doesn't have more onerous restrictions, ...Jump to post
How many aircraft need to crash inexplicably before a worldwide grounding is seen as justifiable?Jump to post
Comair (SA) have now grounded their MAX aircaft
https://www.reuters.com/article/ethiopi ... SL3N20Y3E5
Apparently confirmed as XA-UHZ
Sorry, but when you post speculations and wrong facts here, do you have to post them twice in a row? There are a lot of people that won't take the time to even read the thread for 2-3 minutes. They just want to post post post. It is a 737. It is a leased plane (almost certainly a wet leas) from a M...Jump to post