FTMCPIUS wrote:We find ways to not employ those who mutilate their body. I often wonder if they'll ever figure out the real reason for not getting the position.
Best one for me would be PER-SIN-HKG-LHR-DUS. Not on one ticket though, I had booked a return DUS-LHR-HKG to spend a semester in Shenzhen, and at the end of that time I went to Singapore and Australia with a couple of friends. Since I already had the ticket from HKG I stuck with that, also allowing ...Jump to post
Or a 340-300. Enough of them are stored. As far as I can see there's not a single LH 343 stored. Looking further in LH group, Airfleets shows a few Swiss ones stored, but those all seem leased, so it's hard to say whether it would be viable to reactive one of those - and they might even have been s...Jump to post
It would look better if the logo was in yellow. I am fine with the blue tail but the white logo is hideous. Here are 2 quick edits https://i.imgur.com/wDa7JBe.png https://i.imgur.com/Sw7T9om.png (Unfortunately, I can't edit/ fix my previous post, so I apologize if people consider my post spam.) Why...Jump to post
TurboJet707 wrote:The communication that Innsbruckflyer refers to also mentions that an alternative livery variant will be developed in which the 'Lufthansa' script will be joined by the crane logo.
I don't really see the need reason for the bureaucracy caused by section 1.g 2-4. If it's relevant information, it should be fine to post it even after the six months have passed. If it isn't, it falls under other rules (1.i for example) and should be removed anyway.Jump to post
Qantas uses a very similar scheme to Lufthansa (apart from the colours), yet it's highly respected and even considered iconic. Nobody has every accused it of looking like a LCC. With Qantas it makes sense to extend the tail colour down the fuselage, because the logo does so as well. The LH logo doe...Jump to post
vegas005 wrote:One HUGE bug is http://www.southwest.com will not work from overseas IP addresses. So when I book travel to the states I can't book additional flights on Southwest unless I use a VPN to alter my IP address.... just nuts.
Don't suppose even a magic plot-convenient .45 cal slug or two piercing the cockpit floor and zipping through the avionics bay could plausibly suffice to disable all protections... hmmm... Maybe revert to the 737? Is it less self-protected? Maybe a bizjet version of a 767 if the plot requires a roo...Jump to post
Very unhappy, I can't get over the visuals - I know it can't look like TOS, but then why do they have to set it at that particular point in time? Go into the future, post TNG, and have some new aliens instead of changing the Klingons into something unrecognizable. At this point The Orville is the be...Jump to post
What "major international airline" is still flying Q300s?Jump to post
I wonder if Merkels comment was deliberate or actually her Schabowski-moment. I'd file it under election tactics. With every other democratic party making it part of their election program, and the majority of voters in favor, this was a chance to remove the topic before it becomes relevant for the...Jump to post
Wow, seeing it again now really drives home how outdated it was.Jump to post
dtw2hyd wrote:It will be reported under GermanWings AOC which is defunct now.
As to being astounded that anyone can believe that the entire US political spectrum is shifted far to the right, as a result of my visits to the US and my wife having close relatives living there, I'm astounded that any US citizen who has spent more than a short while abroad could be in denial over...Jump to post
I think it's been clarified that the employees showed up during/after boarding, not before. They weren't originally expected. Has it? The report quoted here http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1360189&start=450#p19467489 says that they were already looking for volunteers befo...Jump to post
apfpilot wrote:F/A-18 on the Charles De Gaulle (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=st85Z4mrExc)
As for search, us old folk knew that the right way to search was to use Google and make sure to put airliners.net in the search field along with your topic. That's not the "right" way, that's a workaround for a broken feature that often doesn't produce the desired result either. Try findi...Jump to post
I don't. The technical issues with the old site always kept me from handing over any money - why pay to post if basic functionality isn't working?
Also, as far as I understand they stopped taking payments for first class almost a year before the relaunch.
JohnKrist wrote:I agree, all the crashes, data losses, join date issues and other things we had before made the old site perfect.
On the flag front: I'd rather have a "Location" field that's displayed in the info area underneath the avatar. Those who want to state their location can fill it, but it wouldn't be mandatory.Jump to post
Your vote of confidence in us is appreciated. We are pretty deep in repairs today, please do keep the requests and bug reports coming. We are indeed listening. Jeff M So, any thoughts or plans of moving on to something more advanced than phpBB? It seems the old owners chose phpBB because it was sta...Jump to post
Ronaldo747 wrote:With the history behind the "Landshut", Bonn indeed makes by far the most sense to me because there is the german museum of contemporary history called Haus der Geschichte. Don't know if they can accommodate it though.
Spiderguy252 wrote:So silly that I can't navigate between forums with a single click. Have to click on 'Forum' then the next forum I want to visit.
anshabhi wrote:Isn't this interesting that they are still training pilots for B767?
It's basically the same as how the 717's made it to Hawaii and how they go back to the mainland for heavy maintenance -- HA strips out the cabin (mostly the seating/carpet) and there are supplemental fuel tanks in the cabin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geVpPUFuOVg I assume we're talking about t...Jump to post
Any and all features that make the site look and feel more like the old a.net are positive developments in my books. This seems to be a common sentiment, and I can't understand why people want a site that looks like it is stuck in 2005. For the love of God, please just let the old site design die. ...Jump to post
Good news: I got rid of the latest photos within the thread quite easily using uBlock Origin. Just use the element picker and select the latest photos box.Jump to post
Can we cut the new "Latest Additions to Airliners" element in the forums down to a single line of photos? Personally I would prefer if it just wasn't there but I suspect it is here to stay. Being two lines though, it takes up more room than a single post and ends up making it look like th...Jump to post
They will use them for a while. No problem they will pay for themselves. Plus LH have a huge 747-400 fleet and all the pilots, parts and infrastructure. If they sell their 747-8I one far away day those might be well saught freighter conversion candidates. I doubt there will be enough 747-8I built t...Jump to post
The thing about using the 738: The airline that was supposed to operate the route already has them. To operate any other plane, they'd have to find an airline willing to do it, or convince Comair to introduce another type. Both of those options sound expensive.Jump to post
It amazes me why it was even built in the first place. You already had both the A330 and the 777, with similar capacity, and better fuel efficiency..... You might want to check your timeline. The 777 was introduced several years after the A340, and an A330 built at the time airlines still bought A3...Jump to post
What a terrible idea. Public transport is more expensive and less efficient than private. I can buy a ticket on a Ryanair Jet aircraft for cheaper than a deutsche bahn train. Usually by significant margin. Re-read the post. The poster is not advocating nationalizing the airlines. They are asking if...Jump to post
Good grief. I was away from the site for a few days and now it seems that the thread-page numbers are missing from the indexes. It used to be that for a long thread, like this one, you could see and click on page 42 right from the index. Now you have to click on the thread, see the first page, and ...Jump to post
September 24th 2015 ;). Shame about Avies, that were two enjoyble flights. My first time on a plane that size, I liked being able to see what you or your colleagues were doing. And I loved the Kalev candy that was handed out :D. Didn't they have quite a few more frames than PJA and PJR? Any idea wh...Jump to post
JohnKrist wrote:Personally I have never really understood the point of locking threads just because they haven't received a reply in x days.
I've been on two different ones in Estonia last year (ES-PJA & ES-PJR) on a daytrip from Tallinn to Kuressaare. I flew both, you might have been my passenger depending on the dates :). That company went bust though. PJA is gone I believe, returned to the owner I guess. PJR is flying the Estonia...Jump to post