Beware of reports like this. A FR24 playback confirms that no scheduled pax or cargo flights operated to or from DUB on the 25th or 26th. Someone may have looked at what tracking websites predicted, based on normal schedules. A Swedish Cessna Citation (SE-RLT) arrived at DUB on about 1945 on Christ...Jump to post
Metal, no n, I guess. Heavy metal musicJump to post
BTW, can you explain some of the not-so-obvious codes? Such as...EIDL wrote:L - LM
R - RE
T - T3
Living in Ireland makes this more awkward than it should be, relatively poor range of airlines for some time (due to strength of FR and to a less extent EI) is only being corrected now; plus I haven't flown around North America much - usually in and out on EI or KL. A - AY B - BA, BD, BE, BT D - DY ...Jump to post
Aer Lingus have issued a press release stating AerClub now has 1 million members. 450,000 Irish members, 267,000 US members and 152,000 members from across Europe and the UK, which is interesting. The person who is the 1 millionth member received 240,000 Avios, a Platinum card, and a €500 shopping ...Jump to post
The only two domestic routes, namely DUB-KIR/CFN are operated by EI Regional's ATR 42/72 fleet.
Correct me if I am wrong but I thought the host country would have to pay for a pre-clearance facility. I also thought the pre-clearance in Ireland had to do with immigration levels in the past - better for the airlines to have pax denied admission before they fly them and back messing their seat i...Jump to post
Ken777 wrote:Bananas will not last on a slow ocean freighter.
f4f3a wrote:I’m surprised Stobart don’t keep sen for itself ? I’m sure they could do very well
You think moving to the most volatile "currency" in the world would protect against fluctuating forex rates? Actual things will still need to be paid for in real money, and tickets would be bought in real money etc. So the answer is no. Also, the Sterling decline that did in Monarch was pa...Jump to post
I did DUB-AMS-YUL-EWR-PDX (that turned in to EWR-IAH-PDX at the end due to a storm...) to get an MD11 and a less useful DUB-CPH flight time to get an MD80 when both were nearing retirement with those carriers (and entirely in passenger form for the MD11)
I was going to PDX and CPH anyway, though.
Its commercial and has been since first offered. Usually but not always been operated by the PSO operator during downtime but at times, such as now, the PSO operator hasn't done it and someone else has. Is the AT46 actually used for any other routes? At least initially in the Stobart period the AT43...Jump to post
QXAS wrote:The bins arent getting any smaller, so what’s changed that results in the shift?
CityJet (France) ;-) Hasn't been French owned in years, was never based in France either. Maybe I am out of date, but they sure (did?) operate for AF: http://www.airport-data.com/aircraft/photo/000762233.html But since "city" is not actually the name of a city, it was tongue-in-cheek anyw...Jump to post
abrelosojos wrote:I have always wondered why they don't consider doing DUB stops both ways and actually building a 5th freedom market. Thoughts?
These 'discounts' are usually off a full-rate fare which basically nobody pays and as a result are pointless. Good PR right now to say they're dropping it; unlikely they'll bother bringing it back if it does blow over though - and I don't think it'll blow over sufficiently anyway. The last hospitali...Jump to post
WX operating to SEN instead today because of thisJump to post
The issue is the A320 and 737, while technically the same type.. are really several different aircraft. The 737-200, 737-800 and 737 MAX 8 are really 3 totally different aircraft - so while technically you are retiring the same type while ordering it too, you are really just phasing out an old gene...Jump to post
by738 wrote:Nice. If I can call it though and say I dont think it will last. Just a hunch nothing more.
With AB gone, getting slots at TXL shouldn't be any issue[/quote] Not quite correct! In case of a sudden grounding slots will be given on a first come first serve basis! E.g Ryanair which is LHs major concern[/quote] Ryanair can't operate their entire current schedule due to staffing issues; they a...Jump to post
As I said on that thread, none of the beers in the video are black, so I don't think Dublin is one of the 3 cities. Guinness is a lot less black in a glass in light than the marketing would make you think. Current advertising refers to it as "ruby red" although they still run old ads call...Jump to post
The website makes it perfectly clear that if you dont pay for a reserved seat you will be allocated a seat at random! It could'nt be clearer so don't understand what you are moaning about. People are moaning about two issues 1: It clearly isn't random. You will be assigned a middle seat unless ther...Jump to post
I always thought the twin-jack-thing was invented to prevent passengers from stealing the headphones because they couldn't be used on other devices. However, on KLM (I think) I once got a headphone where one jack could be folded in so I could use it with my smartphone. Yes, I am a thief. Those KLM ...Jump to post
Why would they need to defend a qualified, type-rated, employed pilot doing his job? Sorry but a 19 year old hardly has the maturity to be second in command of 150+ individuals. Is this the best Norwegian can hire? U2 have had flights where the entire cockpit crew's ages totalled 45. They have the ...Jump to post
And it hasn't - its now on approach to Lisbon as they managed to realise quick enough to get it on that flight that didn't leave much later; and it'll be brought up on one of the TAP/Portugalia commuter flights this evening and to my hotel tomorrow. Now to see if I can justify buying designer jocks ...Jump to post
AF are insisting absolutely 100% that I'll make a 45 minute connection in CDG and are also saying the earlier flights DUB-CDG are fully booked. They aren't. Anyone any experience of dealing with AF in CDG for a rebooking? There are no further flights to my final destination on AF for two days - the...Jump to post
They're showing seats available on a (much, admittedly) earlier flight to CDG for 200 quid cheaper and all - going to try my luck with the Twitter staff again. Not going to go to the airport 5 hours earlier to try my luck at the ticket desk though; and the flight between that and my one seems to be ...Jump to post
AF are insisting absolutely 100% that I'll make a 45 minute connection in CDG and are also saying the earlier flights DUB-CDG are fully booked. They aren't. Anyone any experience of dealing with AF in CDG for a rebooking? There are no further flights to my final destination on AF for two days - ther...Jump to post
EI has two that are actually on order, and some 350s that they're probably never going to get. And generally expands shorthaul by taking one or two planes at a time from lessors at random; or via their franchise operation. Which itself hasn't ordered more than one or two at a go for some years So th...Jump to post
The importance of royals keeping current on the kit they fly was shown by Prince Charles crashing at ILY in the 1990s - http://www.independent.co.uk/news/princ ... 92247.html - but I still assumed he probably gave it up when he became kingJump to post
https://twitter.com/IrishAero/status/864561703312396289 Does anyone know more about this? I never figured that Yerevan would ever have anything to do with Dublin. Signing a bilateral I imagine, rather than actual launching of flights There needs to be another EU ruling on flight pricing to put the ...Jump to post
Amongst the heavy fliers I know, there's a few types: * Sales staff of every kind - still quite hard to convince someone they've cut the best deal with you except in person. * Particular, in demand at the time, IT skillsets - lots of this work can be done remotely but the customer is more willing to...Jump to post
Prior to the MLAT support, BE and RE (and Loganair) were effectively invisible due to entire fleets without ADS-B. RE has since nearly fully replaced with frames that do, and MLAT does a decent job but before then some regional airports in the UK basically had nothing on FR24Jump to post
If there was any way to do a 5 across while still retaining basically everything else from the existing model, this would be very interesting. Doubt that's possible. Entirely new 5 across will be expensive; lengthening the existing 4 across will be a mess. A slight seat increase and/or a slight spee...Jump to post
PlanesNTrains wrote:In the past they've indicated that they'd take used A380s, but perhaps they are ready to just exercise options instead.
Cue Manx3 imminently...Jump to post