This entire situation seems very strange to me. Would the pilots not have gotten on with airline dispatch and informed them of the cash request? If I were the captain, I would have frankly refused and made the decision to deplane and cancel the flight; I'd be concerned with the quality of repair to ...Jump to post
I love that they're introducing an academy which can help seed the path to working at a major legacy carrier. At the same time, it doesn't seem too productive if students must foot an enormous cost just to attend. This would be a much more beneficial program if the airline subsidized part of the cos...Jump to post
32andBelow wrote:gotta be some tech company meeting or retreat.
Just heard rumour that nz will fly akl den nonstop from end of year codeshsring with ua but no idea of frequency Out of curiosity, does anyone know the group of people the hope to serve on this route? From experience, most Coloradans looking to go international would fly United and connect at LAX o...Jump to post
Isn’t MIA rather over served? I mean it has a large population to draw from, but it’s geographical location maybe makes it more difficult for connecting pax. Honestly, I was thinking the same thing. If you even factor in all the American legacy carriers into the equation it feels overserved in my o...Jump to post
Ski traffic to Colorado from east coast and South is unbelievable. All the more easy to understand when there are no reasonable ski areas close by. Nothing that can match a Vail or Aspen Subu With the snow we've had this year (pretty much none), there's no reasonable ski areas in Colorado either. I...Jump to post
hz747300 wrote:Kikko19 wrote:Finally some wisdom at the gate.
Why isn't this stopped at check-in?
Is it the general consensus of this forum that I should NOT bring my emotional support raccoon with me next when I fly United from DEN-SFO Friday? FYI he's been extremely friendly lately & foaming at the mouth frequently.Jump to post
I'm sorry... But I cannot fathom Boeing making an aircraft with another deck ever (unless it is a military aircraft). The reality is, double-decker aircraft are a relic of the past just like tri-jets. If anything, the new 777 may have a slightly longer cabin, but airlines seem to be looking for two ...Jump to post
Air Jamaica folded in 2015. At the current moment, I doubt they are looking for new aircraft given the airline is run by the government & the airline has had poor revenue for a few years now. In my opinion, I think the airline is more concerned with breaking even and once they do they may consid...Jump to post
I don't see the sales going through. The question is, if we remove the Iranian deal aircraft numbers, does Airbus lose last year's (2016) sales competition? No because those planes are already in the process of being delivered. If the remainder end up being canceled, they'll be removed in the year ...Jump to post
Well... they do say smoking killsJump to post
In a lot of ways, this makes me so sad. The cap is really just a ceremonial item that belongs with the uniform. I'm sure everyone can remember growing up and being at the airport seeing the crew wearing their full uniform and being mesmerized -- for sure, I was. While I may not be an airline pilot, ...Jump to post
Same! I do this daily. The other day my katana found its way into my backpack.Jump to post
While many of us (myself included) would love to see the 787 as a replacement, it won't happen. Because Hawaiian switched to the a330 more than likely for crew training purposes they'll buy the a350 or a330neo.Jump to post
Four-engine aircraft are a thing of the past. Just like tri-engine aircraft are.Jump to post