When is the last time WN sold anything other than 717s? WN has sold a bunch of 73Gs to UA, with handovers on going. I believe they are all ex AirTran planes, not sure what differences if any they may have with the fleet delivered new to WN (in terms of passenger cabins I think they are identical). ...Jump to post
In news not directly related to the MSC itself (though the MSC siteplan led to creation), the new north-south Taxiway P (Papa) opened this afternoon. It is located to the west of the MSC. Isn't P already located on the south side between N/C10 and S? On a related note, does T go all the way to D no...Jump to post
This is from the current Flightaware status that YOU originally posted: Flight Details updated a few seconds ago View track log Track inbound plane All flights between CLT and BOS Departure Times Gate Departure 08:35PM EST Scheduled 08:35PM EST Takeoff 08:53PM EST Scheduled 08:45PM EST Taxi Time: 1...Jump to post
There’s no such thing as a 30-min taxi @ BOS. Your source is inaccurate This is from the current Flightaware status that YOU originally posted: Flight Details updated a few seconds ago View track log Track inbound plane All flights between CLT and BOS Departure Times Gate Departure 08:35PM EST Sche...Jump to post
My sources? Did I not post the same sources as you - Flightaware? Yes you did. But you're quoting an arrival time as just before midnight, while the actual estimated arrival time on Flightaware is now 10:54 and taxi time of 30 minutes. Same with Flightradar. When I told you to check your source it ...Jump to post
You might want to check your sources again. Flightradar shows a 10:48 arrival time: https://www.flightradar24.com/AAL2022/266081f9 Flightaware shows an 11:16 arrival time: https://flightaware.com/live/flight/AAL2022 I don't think it's a half hour taxi to the gate. My sources? Did I not post the sam...Jump to post
You might want to check your sources again. Flightradar shows a 10:48 arrival time:
Flightaware shows an 11:16 arrival time:
I don't think it's a half hour taxi to the gate.
Awesome, beam5192 posted a tour of the new 787-8 on his story: https://www.instagram.com/beam5192/ The divider for the J seats and the new Economy Class seats look nice. Can you tell me where to find the post by beam5192? The video posted titled "787 tour" is an 87 week old video comparin...Jump to post
Interesting, I wasn’t aware of that. I knew it would have the Super Diamond J seats with dividers, but I haven’t heard anything on new Economy Class seats. I assume 870 and 871 also have the same interiors? You would be correct! All 787-8’s in the new batch have the new Collins Aero seats. Awesome,...Jump to post
Last week it’s in the retirement 330-200 thread. http://news.aa.com/news/news-details/2020/American-Airlines-Reports-Third-Quarter-2020-Financial-Results-CORP-FI-10/default.aspx Can't find anything about AA's Q3 results in that thread. Why wasn't there a dedicated thread about it like all other air...Jump to post
Has AA released their Q3 2020 results yet? Is there a thread for that? Last week it’s in the retirement 330-200 thread. http://news.aa.com/news/news-details/2020/American-Airlines-Reports-Third-Quarter-2020-Financial-Results-CORP-FI-10/default.aspx Can't find anything about AA's Q3 results in that ...Jump to post
I think the Captain did 2 things wrong. 1.) He should've worn a face mask. Though it's not required in the cockpit, it is required everywhere else on the aircraft and surrounding areas according to DL's policy as quoted by other posters. 2.) He should've said it was in DL's contract of carriage inst...Jump to post
Has AA released their Q3 2020 results yet? Is there a thread for that?Jump to post
Didn't B6 fly LGB-CUN/LIR/SJO......oops, my bad!Jump to post
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ec3JlWpUEAASlfC?format=jpg&name=large In this picture, what is the other airline besides Air China? That is Canadian charter airline Enerjet. It’s a new livery they are introducing with the Max, which iirc they were planning for their transformation into a scheduled ...Jump to post
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ec3JlWpUEAA ... name=large
In this picture, what is the other airline besides Air China?
So, why would an AA passenger want to connect to SEA for a TPAC flight unless it is a unique destination (i.e. BLR which is only offered nonstop from SEA)? Using PVG as an example, why would any AA passengers chose to connect in SEA? If you lived in LAX, ORD, or DFW you can fly direct (on AA or som...Jump to post
BUR serves as the Valley's primary gateway, and areas as far north as Santa Clarita. Also domestic pax coming from the likes of Camarillo, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Encino, etc can shave a good 30min+ off their already traffic-laden drive by going to BUR, rather than continuing down the 4...Jump to post
I believe the 2nd level only exists for the concourses directly connected to the head house (gates 1-11, 25+). Gates 13-22 on the concourse further out is single level and they need to close certain doors in it to keep arrivals and departures separate. You mean the Virgin Pier? (Gate 13-22 always s...Jump to post
Is this the pilot-less airliner thread? I thought it was a 757+/ 767x thread.Jump to post
Yeah, he SAYS this, but who actually believes him? Does he really think that people see him as credible? After all, he also said AA would never lose money again. :roll: Parker Says U.S. Carriers Will Survive Without Bankruptcies https://aviationweek.com/air-transport/airlines-lessors/parker-says-us...Jump to post
Terminal Zero and terminal 9 are Also on hold. Flyguy Terminal 9 I can understand as it would require a lot landslide and airside work. Putting concourse zero on hold surprises me as it is all airside which would be easier. Seems like you could complete it and then just close it off from Terminal 1...Jump to post
According to this Instagram post, Oscar Munoz is going to step down as CEO later this week with Scott KIrby becoming the new CEO. Munoz will remain Chairman of the Board.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CAVZUrfDDYX ... _copy_link
The first airport that I thought of was LUA.Jump to post
Given the massive number of tourists to “The Happiest Place on Earth,” and AA’s success with US-Latin America connections at MIA, it would seem that MCO’s similar geographic position would lend itself to being used as a connection hub for a company like UAL in the future... What do you guys(& l...Jump to post
That's just insane. Maintaining two flights a day has to be a losing proposition...good grief. I would assume, then, that Heathrow slots still have to be used or surrendered? How's that going to work out for the airlines? Two flights a day is not the requirement. I think a city served daily needs t...Jump to post
ACA772LR wrote:alasizon wrote:ACA772LR wrote:
Nothing official yet just parked for now as far as I know, just waiting game to see how this unfolds, unless someone can correct that
The 767s are confirmed retired. The LAA 757s are still up in the air.
What does LAA stand for?
Can / should AA and other carriers use this time for heavy checks even if the aircraft isn't due yet? With what money? Good point. But let's say a heavy check is due by the end of 2020, why not do it now while the plane is idle vs. taking it out of service later in the year. It still has to have th...Jump to post
blacksoviet wrote:1989worstyear wrote:What a waste. Some 763's aren't even legal in DFW yet.
Why are no older A320's, 772's or 738's going?
What do you mean legal?
The older 738s must be kept because of the MAX 8 grounding and the MD-83 retirement.
I can't understand the sense of urgency with wanting the test program to be progressing at a much faster pace. Wasn't it a major complaint of people on this site that the MAX was rushed into service without adequate testing. I'm of the belief that if Boeing wants to take the dear sweet time on the 7...Jump to post
On second look... Delta... 2L forward of the wing... 12 windows between 1L and 2L... winglets... I’m going with 752. Also, zooming in, I can now see where the image skips and part of the aircraft is duplicated, therefore creating an elongated aircraft. Nope it’s an Airbus Upon further analysis, the...Jump to post
questions wrote:It’s been a couple of years since I departed from TBIT. It’s a nice terminal. However the north end was quite drab.
In the google image, what is the aircraft on the taxiway to the left of Lamill Coffee? It’s length looks distorted, however the markings on the taxiway look undistorted.
Pacific Surfliner #572 departs Union Station at 10:54am. Arrives San Diego 1:52pm. If you miss that, you can get on the 12:33pm Surfliner, arrives 3:28pm. Don't know what the Flyaway schedule is, so you might want to Uber/Lyft to Union Station. That would be my suggestion.Jump to post
Boeing 737 set for certification flight within weeks https://www.ft.com/content/aea7c2e6-490c-11ea-aeb3-955839e06441 The FAA chief was talking to the Aviation Club of the UK Do you have a link to the article without subscribing? Never mind. I found it: https://www.ft.com/content/aea7c2e6-490c-11ea-...Jump to post
hivue wrote:goosebayguy wrote:Boeing have to start making bold moves. It desperately needs a new 737.
The last thing on Earth Boeing needs is a new 737. They went one too many versions already.