Because of covid-19 coronavirus some major airlines likely will go out of business soon....Jump to post
there you're sir, all the relevant information..........
https://flights.evaair.com/en/flights-f ... ted-states
scbriml wrote:I totally agree with you because Boeing is in such a weak position to negotiate…. Jump to postJayBCN wrote:The buyer making an offer ... is that really how it’s done ?
When the buyer has all the cards, why not?
Let’s put the feet back to the ground. In such a business negotiation, involving a huge amount of hundreds of millions or even billions $$/€€, of course some people are gonna get some tips.Jump to post
Don't want to harp on the subject, but please, they are contrails, short for condensation trails, not chemtrails. Yes, turboprops can create contrails as well! Thinking too many people on this site listen to "coast to coast am".[/quote] Yeah, you’re right slcguy, they are contrails, not ch...Jump to post
Maybe the weed was for emotional support. So, nothing is going to happened…..Jump to post
If so, I’m wondering how can the crew members be sure that someone is a qualified pilot to that aircraft?Jump to post
Overreaction...it was INERT and all the firing mechanisms had been removed. We bring back empty canon shells from the desert on deployment all the time and no one bats an eyelash. Well, I’m wondering whether a bunch of inert things like that can be put together at later stage outside the airport…. ...Jump to post
SFOtoORD wrote:Kind of a bummer for Nepal to be overrun by even more tourists particularly to Pokhara. Was bound to happen though.
Lately, there have been a lot of Tales from the crypt stories onboard AA flights: Woman Smashes Laptop on Boyfriend’s Head, F/A bitten by emotional support dog…. What’s next?Jump to post
what a lovely couple till laptop do them apart..... lolJump to post
brucetiki wrote:That's some rant for something that wasn't the airlines fault.
Bad planning on their part does not constitute an emergency on AA's part.
This story reminds me of UK sensationalism tabloids stories or like the balloon boy…. Its hard to believe it.
It may be true. Nevertheless, hard to believe it…
To change name implies a large waste of money.Jump to post
UA167 from Lisbon to IAD just attempted to divert to DCA. After going around once it landed at DCA just before a line of severe storms ripped through. Weather is the obvious reason, but has there been an international diversion like this before? Can CBP process these folks or do they have to get to...Jump to post
We all already know that its technically possible an unmanned airliner cockpit. Nevertheless, who would like to fly in such a plane?. Everybody would be afraid or unwilling to fly in such conditions. Human touch is always needed. Somebody else remember Air Canada FL-143 (Gimli Glider) or US Airways ...Jump to post
I’d say why cannot ?
According to you a 20 + years old plane cannot be used and should be sent to be scrapped or junk graveyard.
I don´t think so as long as the aircraft is good enough and properly maintained to fly
Good reason to listen to the evac instructions to begin with. [/quote]
I never get tired of paying attention to those instructions. Most people just don’t even care about it.
Thank you all for your explanations. Right, now I get it… PlanesNTrains and JetBuddyJump to post
I’m still wondering the sequence of collision because the damage is in the front, yet the fuel truck is in the back….
In addition, the propeller is damaged.
A lot of places are dangerous enough to fly over. Nevertheless and generally speaking, there´s common sense and mutual agreement regarding civil aviation in most countries.Jump to post
Is Vox channel reliable enough regarding aviation issues? because a lot of news journalist aren’t despite working for important news channel.Jump to post
Why isn’t FLL a good alternative to MIA for London flights? A lot of posters have mentioned proximity to MIA (further south). How about for travelers coming from north of FLL? Maybe because it´s just a few miles away. Even if you’re coming from north of FLL, it doesn’t matter to drive a little bit ...Jump to post
I always thought this route did not make any sense because Mia airport is just a few miles away.....Jump to post
Technically, it´s possible as of today. Nevertheless, nobody would like to fly or feel safe onboard. They are essential because machines can fail. Do you remember: Air Transat Flight 236, Air Canada Flight 143 better known as Gimli Glider and US Airways Flight 1549?. Human touch (Pilots) marked the...Jump to post
MD-80s are just like policeman John McClane (Bruce Willis) in Die hard…. Truly immortal … LOLJump to post
maybe the lady was pretty hot and needed to cool off....Jump to post
it has always been possible. The only requirement needed is to have enough money in your account......Jump to post
<table border="0" align="CENTER" width="95%" class="quote"><tr><td><font size="2" face="ARIAL, Helvetica, Geneva" color="#9A9DA0">Quoting <a href="/profile/SpaceshipDC10" class="quote" target="_blank">SpaceshipDC10</a> (<a href="#0" class="quote">Thread starter</a>):<br/><i>Surprise, No Free Food On...Jump to post
The problem here is just the government. Nevertheless, what I don’t understand about this huge debt to every airline, is that how the every airlines management allowed the debt to grow so much? I think airlines management should have react earlier. So the debt wouldn’t be as much as it is now.Jump to post
I guess that new TRIJETS would be still flying long haul ...... MD-11ERJump to post
<table border="0" align="CENTER" width="95%" class="quote"><tr><td><font size="2" face="ARIAL, Helvetica, Geneva" color="#9A9DA0">Quoting <a href="/profile/DolphinAir747" class="quote" target="_blank">DolphinAir747</a> (<a href="#4" class="quote">Reply 4</a>):<br/><i>How do the authorities usually j...Jump to post