Thanks for the correction, it was DL. And when DL moves out it will just all be taken over by AS (expansion time! because I hate United) Uh, no. UA is starting with 2 gates in T2 in November. When DL moves out, they are getting at least 2 more gates and maybe 4 more.... Yup, I've heard the same. It...Jump to post
will SFO allow them to lease/build their own gate, i believe they have a concept in LHR, their gate and the lounge are built by EK and direct access to the airplane from the lounge for premium and lower level for Y passengers Doubtful, unless they get one of those international gates in T1. The ent...Jump to post
Since we're on the topic of AS at SFO: Think we'll see SFO-KOA/LIH come back at some point? Hard to imagine that AS would start a route like SFO-TPA in competition with UA but also cut SFO-KOA/LIH which also compete with only UA. UA is a lot stronger to Hawaii than it is to Tampa. UA SFO-KOA today ...Jump to post
Boeing757100 wrote:So all the money he spent retrofitting the planes to not have TV's for project Oasis would just be turned to toilet paper and flushed down the drain to be forgotten about?
stl07 wrote:StlHsvSfoSan wrote:...........
Completing the Virgin Group is extremely rare because you would have had to fly Virgin Samoa at one point
Awesome. Should be the first non-Her Art Here 752 in the new liv, am I right? Correct. Third 757 to be repainted and first to be in the regular Evo-blue. 753 and 764 are the last remaining fleets with nothing in the new scheme. Don’t believe any of the 788’s have been painted yet either. Could be w...Jump to post
The Westjet frames are not even 20 years old, so there has got to be plenty of life in them. I assume maybe some operator who wants cheaper planes with low hours could maybe buy the ex Westjet frames and even the SAS frames are not old old, though I do not know their hours/cycles. The 736s in the d...Jump to post
n797mx wrote:There are a few Saab's about a half hour south of DFW, oddly enough.
[quote="sfojvjets"]Perhaps 2022 could be the year we see SFO-LIM/BOG? Those are sizeable unserved markets and as JayUnited said, South America may be ripe for a big capacity boost[\quote] I remember hearing 2019 that Avianca was planning on doing SFO-BOG starting in Summer 2020. Obviously ...Jump to post
Anyone know why a UA 777-300 has been flying SFO-OKC-RIV-SFO each day for the past few days? I don’t think UA normally serves RIV and OKC-RIV is an odd city pair for any flight let alone a 777. After landing at SFO from RIV the plane taxied to the International terminal yesterday, in case that prov...Jump to post
I noticed N54EA is heading to STL. It says it’s elite but could it be going to GoJet and getting converted? Might just be a coincidence. It looks like it is flying from MHV a lot. Definitely possible. They just bought a couple from Nordica. I think the MHV flights were for Virgin Galactic. If you l...Jump to post
Looks like you got me by one, but here are my 7, all within five months of each other. The first six are all on the same trip too: 27 Jul 2012 IT 309 GOI-BOM A321-200 VT-KFN 06 Aug 2012 EY 205 BOM-AUH A320-200 A6-EIC 06 Aug 2012 AB 7461 AUH-DUS A330-200 D-ALPG 06 Aug 2012 4T 8142 DUS-ZRH A319-100 HB...Jump to post
Yes, but they have never painted those with a special livery before. Just the flap canoes. And as of late, they've barely done the canoes either. Yes I've noticed that too. Very odd. Missouri One still has the blue after getting a new paint job. I flew on her recently but even New Mexico One went t...Jump to post
AS has begun service SBA-SAN with an E175. It had originally intended to begin this route just prior to the Covid outbreak. https://keyt.com/news/top-stories/2021/06/17/santa-barbara-airport-launches-daily-flights-to-san-diego/ Yes! And along with that news, also on June 17, we also saw the re-star...Jump to post
WN732 wrote:orlandocfi wrote:WN732 wrote:
On an interesting note they painted the engine pylons red.
The red engine pylons maintain the continuity of the red stripe across the fuselage.
Yes, but they have never painted those with a special livery before. Just the flap canoes.
Anyone know if the narrowbodies will get Channel 9 then?Jump to post
Honestly, I hope you/they don't. Those were some of the best seats in Y I've been on in a long time. The other AvGeeks on the first flight echoed that comment. I havent been in them but from the sounds of it they are not your normal ULCC seats. Which is my point ULCCs.need to reduce weight and redu...Jump to post
The only thing that may change are the seats themselves. Honestly, I hope you/they don't. Those were some of the best seats in Y I've been on in a long time. The other AvGeeks on the first flight echoed that comment. I don’t think the IFE is active yet but I could be wrong. Right, there was no Wi-F...Jump to post
I guess that is the end for our visits from the 124 and the C-5 in the future. https://d3i5hb7w7uz115.cloudfront.net/Pictures/news/content/May%202014/STL_An124_charter1.jpg Is that your picture? I actually work on the device that they are loading in the 124. My coworkers always said they've used an...Jump to post
Can you confirm the inaugural flights? First flight is MX 1, TPA-CHS on Thursday. I am in 21A. First flight is MX 1, TPA-CHS on Thursday. I am in 21A. I was able to snag 3C! I'm flying out from SEA for this Congrats on getting a ticket, how quickly did you both have to book? I was online within an ...Jump to post
A DC-9 was also featured on the "Amazing Race" for a skydiving challenge in Hawaii back in the late 2000s. Not sure if it was with this company. They went Skydiving at HNL in Season 4 and Season 6. The DC-9 I believe you're thinking of is N699HA, which is parked right next to the skydivin...Jump to post
Aug 4, 1998 QQ 241 SJC-RNO Aug 6, 1998 QQ 137 RNO-SJC Sep 5, 1998 Ryan International/Skyservice USA (unknown flight number) SFO-PVR Sep 12, 1998 Ryan International/Skyservice USA (unknown flight number) PVR-SFO Dec 4, 1998 QQ 241 SJC-RNO Dec 6, 1998 QQ 234 RNO-SJC May 5, 1998 AC 538 SJC-YYZ Jun 13, ...Jump to post
G4 to Florida would make too much sense.
DL to DTW and AA to DFW are also possible.
They've announced 11 routes out of BUR: Arcata/Eureka, CA (ACV) Bend/Redmond, OR (RDM) Bozeman, MT (BZN) Eugene, OR (EUG) Grand Junction, CO (GJT) Medford, OR (MFR) Pasco, WA (PSC) Phoenix/Mesa, AZ (AZA) Odgen, UT (OGD) Redding, CA (RDD) Santa Rosa, CA (STS) More details in the attached link: https...Jump to post
They are not, they are flying CPS-IND for example, and no team would be traveling that route let alone on the dates given. Same thing with CMH-JFK & MSP-BUF tomorrow Ok, those are repo flights between sports charters. For example, today, the Colorado Avalanche will fly DEN-MSP to play the Minne...Jump to post
Looking at the week of April 12 (skipping the preceding Easter week), ITA Matrix finds zero - yes, zero - non-stops ORD-SJC Mo-Fr, so I don't think DL is missing out on much at this point. SJC hasn't had MSP, DTW, nor sustained ORD flights since COVID hit. There might have been a few ORD flights ar...Jump to post
KLMatSJC wrote:jgcotter wrote:Alaska B739 N487AS is en route from SEA to VCV for repainting.
I wonder if this will end up in a OW scheme.
Looks like 70 orders for the MAX 7 and 30 for the MAX 8. Now orders for 100 MAX 7s in total. Boeing specifically calls out WN having 200 Max 7s in order though, and makes it clear that is not including options: The new purchase agreement takes Southwest’s order book to 200 737-7s and 180 737-8s, mo...Jump to post
One big reason is the location. It’s very hemmed in by development. It’s also maybe 4-5 miles from I-5 near industrial and residential developments. Also on the location part is it’s an hr and a half from LAX and 40 minutes from SAN. Another big reason was when UA was running a commuter from LAX th...Jump to post
Alaska B739 N487AS is en route from SEA to VCV for repainting. https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N487AS I wonder if this will end up in a OW scheme. That is a pretty good guess. It would be done right about the QW entry date. I also think N435QX the former Washington CS might also be a OW scheme....Jump to post
jgcotter wrote:Alaska B739 N487AS is en route from SEA to VCV for repainting.
Ha ha! Good one... you're obviously not an aerospace engineer. Paraphrasing the professor of my first-year aerospace course: if safety were paramount, passengers would stay stuck inside a motionless block of concrete at the start of the runway. Motionless block of concrete ? Your professor in aeros...Jump to post
DELTA777 wrote:For what it’s worth, the “Best Fare Finder” on JetBlue.com has a “Europe” tab and “London Heathrow” option.