TTailedTiger wrote:Perhaps in the distant future Hawaiian would take the 787-10 to replace the A330 on high desnity routes. That would also provide greater efficiency at a rather small airline.
Quake downgraded from 7.1 to 6.9.Jump to post
It is probably much worse for some airlines than others - American Eagle flights notably use that godawful "Eagle's Nest" terminal with the bus connection. A couple years ago I flew into LAX several times annually for work, and the first time or two took the EUG-LAX non-stop. Often the ti...Jump to post
Beedo46 wrote:qf789 wrote:Overview of flightline at CHS
https://twitter.com/cassidysvacay/statu ... 83936?s=20
The bird on the Etihad tail reminds me of Western's Wally Bird ads.
qf789 wrote:Overview of flightline at CHS
https://twitter.com/cassidysvacay/statu ... 83936?s=20
3. I don't include TK in the above as by most accounts there are a lot of politics surrounding TK's flight to CCS. I'm curious now. What's going on with TK and CCS? You are aware that Turkey, Russia and China are the main supporters of the regime. Word in the industry is that the flight is more a s...Jump to post
Martinique; Iberia at Santo Domingo, Air Europa at Punta Cana and TAP at Curacao. I don't know why those airlines insist on flying to CCS, for sure is because yields are high, I don't know. But with all those security issues, adding one stop to the flight, which increases their operational costs. W...Jump to post
Sooner787 wrote:When are UA's first A359's supposed to arrive ?
Obviously they'll arrive in the new livery
Well in all honesty it's not bad, for UA keeping the globe that is. Definitely looks more fresh over the older design of the globe. Overall you can put me in the "it's not bad and will grow on me" camp. I have the same sentiment as you. Decent but not incredible. Just glad that they didn’...Jump to post
Forgive me if this has been asked already, but I don't want to read the previous 5800+ posts: Has Boeing given an estimated time s to when they expect to resolve the problem and get the planes back in the air? Yes, according to the estimate the ban has been lifted 3 weeks ago. What a relief! :D For...Jump to post
FWIW, I believe Delta's revised livery came out before the merger.Jump to post
You can see the 'walkway' here in this photo of a 1950s 'open house' at LAX. Look like it went under an access point for GSE https://i.pinimg.com/736x/3c/f1/7c/3cf17cae4838e54278e344ac5982a138.jpg https://i.pinimg.com/736x/3c/f1/7c/3cf17cae4838e54278e344ac5982a138.jpgJump to post
"All runways have been resurfaced with concrete, a more durable material than the previous asphalt. In April 2016, 8L/26R became the last runway to be resurfaced. This runway is also the longest at McCarran and typically serves one-third of the airport's annual traffic. Parallel to it is runway...Jump to post
It looks like ATL doesn't have any dual bridges. Do they use a single bridge even for A380s? Google maps shows no dual bridges at ATL. The image shows two 747s, both using and having only single bridges. Gate F3 at the International Terminal has dual bridges. Google maps is not always current, whic...Jump to post
FedEx is moving to ONT. Why would these new terminals affect cargo carriers? Their ops are on the south side of the runways, way from all the construction. It won't matter for FedEx either way as they will be moving the operation to ONT anyways. Between FedEx, UPS, and Amazon, that's some serious c...Jump to post
UPlog wrote:What happens with AA and them losing their AA Eagle terminal? Where do all those RJ ops go?
Also the Western Airlines complex and hangar used by DL today gets razed to make way for T-9.
FX1816 wrote:SRT75 wrote:So where do FedEx and the cargo operators go?
FedEx is moving to ONT.
fcogafa wrote:More on the same scheme
747-8I, N894BA, flew directly from the Southern California Logistics Airport to Lackland AFB's Kelly Field Annex, Texas—the place where depot-level maintenance and modification occurs on the Air Force's 747-based VC-25A and E-4B fleets. It has been set for years that both aircraft would be transfor...Jump to post
Highly doubt it. Based on what people said the freight it was carrying is relatively light and even if there was a shift it’s nothing that a 767 couldn’t handle. Most shifts occur on takeoff and not mostly level flight. On top of that I thought I read that those airplanes are completely filled with...Jump to post
Came across this today. Hopefully this is just as much of a pipe dream as it looks! http://yeseniamelara.com/projects1.html http://yeseniamelara.com/images/project1/unitedstationary.jpg From the 'designer's' website: "I am currently a student at Columbia College Chicago set to finish in Deceme...Jump to post
This (and the Crenshaw Line) can’t open soon enough and hopefully bring an end to the abysmal task of getting into/out of LAX via World Way. Thrilled that a 1/2 mile Uber ride, or 15 min walk to my closest metro stop will soon get me to LAX relatively quickly and traffic free. Still cannot believe ...Jump to post
lostsound wrote:Just preparing y'all for the inevitable:
No matter what UA decide to do livery wise, the outcome here is predetermined: A.Nutters will hate it, with a passion. It will be the end of civilization as we know it. Just like every other livery that has ever been introduced going back to the dawn of mankind. But all that will be solved with the...Jump to post
For those of us who have followed the airline industry in the long term, yes, the livery is a mixture of United and Continental. But it's been nine years since the merger and I would say that, to the general public, by this time, it is the United globe.Jump to post
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Century Blvd. view
Same with the Western Airlines Building on Century. Its getting ready to be torn down soon. Delta does use the Western DC-10 HGR and the 4 story building attached to it. But we are being relocated to temp buildings until the new hgr is done in a few weeks. Got a photo of the soon to be demolished W...Jump to post
BoeingGuy wrote:blacksoviet wrote:Which terminal do MD-80s use at DFW?
Presumably all of them.
Western Airlines 2 lasted 20 days https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Airlines_(2007)Jump to post
I am willing to bet money that 28" will become the standard pitch in narrowbody Y on the US legacies in 10 years' time. There was some backlash to AA's initial 737 MAX configuration that had some rows reduced to 29", but like the 10 abreast 777, I am sure the airlines will push through wi...Jump to post
Both aircraft, with registrations N894BA and N895BA and earmarked to become US presidential 747-8's were ferried to Victorville (VCV) in February 2017 and stored, awaited the start of the AF1-modifiication program.. N895BA (Left -all white without titles) and N894BA (Right -all white without titles...Jump to post
DBCooper wrote:Here is how HA does it: https://newsroom.hawaiianairlines.com/b ... -new-route
How about Western Airlines II (2007) which failed after one month due to an inability to collect credit card payments?
I don't know that his actions mean he "obviously has some mental issues." He may feel entitled --> I bought my ticket; I'm getting on that plane.Jump to post
cschleic wrote:mga707 wrote:Jouhou wrote:
Why doesn't the monorail go to the airport? It's a private enterprise operation, it's expensive and only runs behind hotels on one side of the strip, limiting is practicality.
I wonder why ANA did not go for a whale motif. I think it's very Japanese. The airplane's huge tail would be a perfect canvas for a whale tail (not that whale tail) or a harpoon. HARPOON???!!!!! Are you mad? I hope you're being ironic.. The livery was the result of a children's drawing contest. htt...Jump to post
qf789 wrote:The 700th 787 was delivered earlier this week to China Southern Airlines
https://nyc787.blogspot.com/2018/06/boe ... china.html