[quote=“F9Animal”]Life goes on, but memories stay forever![/quote]
Then explain me putting my keys in the refrigerator yesterday.
I assume this aircraft supports the oil industry in Libya. Whomever comes out victorious is going to wish they had this capacity to get their industry going again.Jump to post
UAUA wrote:Then why did they allow AA to buy TW?
And after a few years, all these merges took place.
Reuters has an article that frames the purchase as Delta being a White Knight: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-delta-stake/white-knight-delta-buys-stake-in-korean-air-parent-dampens-activist-threat-idUSKCN1TL1EO SEOUL/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines bought a small stake in Korean Air Lines Co...Jump to post
777 you rotate the handle to open the door, there is no button.Jump to post
Ticket consolidators were a big part of it. If you went to Chinatown here in Seattle, travel agents had signs in the windows for RT SEA-MNL for $350 in the early 1990s, cheaper at certain times of the year.Jump to post
Let see...since this is KE... ~20x A339neo, since KE is now Delta Airlines Asia ~10x A359, replacing B772ER and older A333 6x A35K, replacing B773A and B744 ~10x B78X, replacing B772ER Too bad this is widebody only, though. I was rooting for some additional A223 order also (although, since this is ...Jump to post
I would need to see what is in Hawaiian’s contract with LAWA before I know what each party ‘needs’ to do.Jump to post
B777X and A220 going to be celebreties of the show... Delta, United, AA ordering some replacements for the B767 fleet.. I would hope for 777X and A220 orders. I don't have any source on the former. For the A220, I know Spirit is shopping and I hear rumors about others, but nothing I consider sound ...Jump to post
https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/new ... yptr=yahoo
An article with video and pictures on the new IAF facility in Seattle.
A330-200NEO rewinged and engined perhaps, but that would be costly.Jump to post
Boeing developed the 707-138 specifically for Qantas,Jump to post
In regards to BA specifically, didn’t someone mention that they send the least fuel efficient planes on shorter segments, reserving the newer, more efficient frames for flights that can produce the highest returns?Jump to post
That 0340 arrival into TLV is brutal.Jump to post
SEA’s constraints currently are not runway related, it’s all taxiways and terminal congestion. They’re working on it, but it’s a long ways from completion.Jump to post
United’s revenue is $10.49 vs. DL revenue of $10.47B. It’s remarkable how close the revenue numbers are. Per the link in the OP, UAL’s revenue was 9.58 billion What the hell was I looking at? I slipped into alternative universe for a second, nice to be back. Anyhoo, we’ll don UA and all the employe...Jump to post
Somewhere there is an overhead picture of a 737 and 707, I believe military versions. The difference in wings is striking. The 707 wings look like they could be made out of sheets of plywood.Jump to post
It behooves the people who do this to remember the trips aren’t theirs, they belong to the company. Most companies have a problem with people selling something that belongs to the company. I know people at my carrier have lost their jobs over this.Jump to post