Done. Good luck. I'm very interested in seeing the contrast, if any, between frequent flyers and not-so-frequent fliers, and those who can identify/care to identify aircraft types and those who can't/don't. I might include a question in there asking the person surveyed to identify a 737 from maybe 3...Jump to post
So this has just been reported . https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-eastern-comac-idUSKCN20K0R9 China Eastern Airlines Corp Ltd (600115.SS) launched on Wednesday a fresh subsidiary - OTT Airlines - to push home-grown aircraft to wider markets, the carrier said on its official account on Chines...Jump to post
bhxdtw wrote:Can someone list all the airlines part of the group.
I think she needs to see a therapist or something....Jump to post
Sometimes I answer them and just put the phone away (on speaker if I'm alone) and do what I have been doing. No hello, no talking. You called me, so you speak first. It's absolutely hilarious sometimes hearing what that guy/computer can say. I've had a computer (robot) keep saying "I didn't cat...Jump to post
[...] In addition, China aviation authority only allow certain capacity (mAh) powerbank to be brought on board as hand carry. Those beyond prescribed capacity (mAh) will be confiscated at the check in counter. Saying this based on personal experience. Left two high capacity powerbank behind due to ...Jump to post
As the title suggests, let's say I buy a FRA-JFK ticket on LH (a ticket on a foreign carrier going to the US) directly on LH's website. Does the 24-hour policy apply? Also, does it matter where I bought the ticket (ie on their German website or US website)? I'm asking this as the rule isn't on the w...Jump to post
The other unique oddity to come of that combination, was that KE was the only airline to fly the 773A in scheduled service to the USA (both LAX and HNL) even using the PW4098. 0487851,0309195 Believe they showed up in SFO a time or two as well, but as substitutions, not scheduled services. With all...Jump to post
TSA, SHA, GMP, HND used to be a loop: these "inner-city" airports pretty much only had international flights among themselves (mostly to protect the other "long-haul" airport). Of course HND opening-up is a later issue. Yeah I know the flights among these four airports aren't the...Jump to post
My parents live in Bucks county (northern suburbs of philly, for others). And I used to live in europe, so I flew international to the Philly area a bit. I always checked both PHL and EWR. JFK - no. Combined with NYC traffic jams, JFK really wouldn't enter into it. For a lot of people, it's all abo...Jump to post
From my personal experiences, leakage is a huge issue, especially to NYC airports. I live in the city. My TPAC trips have been Amtrak to EWR then fly UA/CA, or Greyhound to PABT then E train to Jamaica/JFK and fly there. My aunt who lives in Doyelstown (1+hour commuter rail ride north of Philadelphi...Jump to post
KCaviator wrote:If I had to guess, there’s 2 possible options:
1) Service comes back, or
2) Service doesn’t come back.
Fascinating. Thanks for this post.Jump to post
US considers this illegal. Asiana was fined by USDOT for selling tickets on US-Seoul-Saipan/Guam. Doesn't DL book stuff like SEA-NRT-GUM? Is it illegal period, or just illegal for a foreign carrier? It has to do with cabotage rights. Asiana does not have domestic US traffic rights. Delta would have...Jump to post
US considers this illegal. Asiana was fined by USDOT for selling tickets on US-Seoul-Saipan/Guam.Jump to post
I think the first CRJ700 was converted into the first CRJ900 then converted into the first CRJ1000.
https://www.planespotters.net/airframe/ ... r/Dn7gtNMP
But again, that frame was never delivered to anyone for commercial operations.
AA puts their domestic widebody schedule on AA Cargo's website.
Such as this one:
https://www.aacargo.com/downloads/sched ... mestic.pdf
Self-serve snack bar? Does that imply that there's one FA and he/she will be (mostly) serving coach pax? BTW one reason I hate the CRJ7 (compared to CRJ9, and if I'm lucky to be in F) is that there is no lav in the front so be careful when you take advantage of those free drinks :ouch: The luggage s...Jump to post
The PLAAF is pretty reluctant to release control over the airspace in general. As for Tibet, mostly due to its altutude. Let's say you have a cabin decompression, usually you lower the plane to 10,000-ish feet, but not over Tibet as you will be hitting terrain. Planes flying into the airports in the...Jump to post
Kenya was a no-show at a conference held in NarobiJump to post
I flew HPN-DCA last year on a Trans States ER4 where we maxed out at only 8,000 feet! The captain actually announced it during his 'welcome on-board' speech, and I was convinced I'd misheard him, but I checked FR24 when I got home, and sure enough, our altitude topped out at FL08. The weather that ...Jump to post
Why should I pay spammers to stop? So they call me until I'm annoyed then I pay them?
Isnt this extortion?
IMO separating minors from their supervisors on a plane should be illegal if leaving minors at home alone is illegal.
On the other hand, I'm fine with separating adults.
From what I can gather from some Chinese sources: 1 Controller instructed JAL 873 to hold short of the runway. 2 JAL 873 repeated back to cross the runway, which the controller did not catch. 3 Controller cleared DAL 582 for take off. 4 DAL 582 stopped after they saw the crossing JAL plane. https://...Jump to post
Why should they?
BTW IMO this is the new RTW flight:
DL and AA's basic economy used to be like this as well: no carry ons.
I think they do allow carry ons now, leaving UA as the only no carry on basic economy in the US3.
Erm, 38 times in 2 years is a bit too much, no?
No wonder this guy got caught.
I’m actually thinking of taking this train to SEA then flying home. I was planning of the roomette as well. Interesting that you brought up sitting with strangers in the dining car I to am rather antisocial so I’m a little worried about that. I believe you can order room service and have your sleep...Jump to post
UA857 wrote:When was the first Transpacific twin flight?
Interestingly, when booking tickets on Amtrak's site the Empire Builder is not an option to travel between Chicago and Milwaukee. http://www.startribune.com/additional-twin-cities-chicago-rail-service-viable-study-finds/494081611/ https://www.amtrak.com/content/dam/projects/dotcom/english/public/do...Jump to post
chunhimlai wrote:PlymSpotter wrote:Come on, you're still not trying.
Rework your idea to fit in Central Park so it's a true airport for New York.
someone did it 10 years ago
NYPECO wrote:alex0easy wrote:Is it still at ACY? I can't find it on Google Earth or Google Map.
It's still on Google Earth/Maps, it's off to the side of the airport at these coordinates: 39.45934 -74.556549 , copy and paste them into the search bar and it will take you there.
Driving: ETS2, Train Simulator.
Honorable mention: Bus Driver (by SCS, the company that made ETS). An older game (2007), so graphics are...well, old, but really fun and challenging.
Building: I mostly play Transport Fever now. When I play Cities Skylines I mostly focus on transportation anyways.
So basically Airbus only airlines? Why would the US government care? So... Iberia/Level (If you don't count BA or other parts of IAG) Aer Lingus (Yeah I know they wet-lease 757s) XL Airways WOW Eurowings (If you don't count leased airplanes or Lufthansa Group) Air Serbia (733s on their way out and o...Jump to post