Bar Harbor- BOS/JFK on B6Jump to post
What commercial airports have you visited but never flown to?
Grand Junction, CO
Sioux Falls, SD
The 747 is unique in every way. There is no questioning from afar what kind of plane you are looking at. The 777 - to most of the world (not us) could be a 787, 767, 757, 737, A320, A330, A350, etc. There’s just nothing about it that commands or demands a moniker. Perhaps the 787 comes closest becau...Jump to post
JFK is certainly a prime example of an airport with terminals built for/ by specific airlines. Certainly hub airports have massive footrprints for the dominating carrier. But they aren’t necessarily distinctive terminals. (No one says, “I’m flying out of the Delta terminal” at Atlanta.) I think of l...Jump to post
ryanrap1 wrote:Does anyone on this site have access to see true load factors of the flight? Think it will be cancelled?
At one point in the 2000’s, UA had a one way SNA-LAX flight. Did it once and loved it. And just a couple of years ago, I did the AS milk run from Juneau to Seattle, including one leg (Wrangle to Petersburg I think) that was about 12 minutes of flight time. In the 80’s, many carriers had MIA-FLL flig...Jump to post
The generation of seats that were angled lie flat. Those were terrible.Jump to post
You will notice one particular photo taken from the observation lounge of terminal B. This is the photo with the Northwest DC 10. The Virgin Atlantic gate was on the side closer to where the photo was taken. They also had a small clubhouse adjacent to the gate, but in the non-secure zone. Was the V...Jump to post
Somewhat relevant to this thread. Here is a link to some pretty poor quality photos I have of looking at that time. You will notice one particular photo taken from the observation lounge of terminal B. This is the photo with the Northwest DC 10. The Virgin Atlantic gate was on the side closer to whe...Jump to post
I remember looking closely at PIT on a map back in the early 80’s. Geographically, it made so much sense as a hub. You could connect north/ south and east west, Midwest-south and south/west - all without going all that much out of your way. It was just that much more strategically located than Cleve...Jump to post
The current pandemic got me thinking. What other times have you had to cancel a long anticipated trip and for what reason? I had to cancel my first Concord trip because my supervisor broke his back, and I had to step in. I had to cancel the final United 747 because my husband was hit by a car. For t...Jump to post
For the same reason that Piedmont Airlines didn’t order the Concorde. Didn’t fit their business model.Jump to post
Copa Airlines has pretty long legs on the 737.Jump to post
How many do I know, or how many do I speak? Only fluent in English But I majored in Spanish, so I can get along well in any Spanish speaking country I am fairly good with Hebrew, though i can’t keep up well in conversation Yiddish is a big part of my culture, but I only have a a limited vocabulary. ...Jump to post
Doesn’t boarding generally end 20 minutes before pushback as a general rule?Jump to post
Airports: Stapleton Mirabel Athens/ Ellinikon Demolished Terminals at existing airports: Eastern Terminal, Boston Pan Am/ Delta Terminal, JFK TWA Terminal, JFK International Arrivals Terminal, JFK O’Hare former international terminal Entirely demolished/ abandoned airport terminals Pittsburgh Ontari...Jump to post
I can only speak for the western world. Don’t know as much about the Soviet Era planes...
Ugliest: The A380
What former carriers (non commuter) - including airlines that have merged - have you flown? Eastern TWA Pan Am Braniff I Braniff II Continental Northwest America West Reno Air New York Air USAir(ways) Midway Midwest Express Virgin America Trump Mexicana Canadian Pacific British Midland Olympic Swiss...Jump to post
Somebody posted a fantastic gallery of detailed terminal maps here within the last couple years from either the OAG or another source, if this helps. One of them showed gate locations for airlines at many airports. 3 years ago Zachary Shapiro shared these airport diagrams from 1985 on iCloud I dont...Jump to post