Jetty wrote:A Florida woman, somehow I already suspected that after reading the title.
As others have said KLM does serve Miami but seasonally, they have no need to serve Miami year round given their own expansive LatAm network and the large presence of their sister airline AF in Miami, it also should be noted that MIA is served year round from AMS by TUI so it's not like the market i...Jump to post
I for one quite like the change, the current baby blue is hideous and fails conjure up any images of the United States, Baby Blue is not one of Americas national colors so I look forward to this more subdued scheme, let's try and not conflate this administration with aestheticsJump to post
Ethiopian to Rome Ethiopia was never an Italian colony, unless you're counting WW2, which isn't really fair because I can assure you JAL serving Hanoi has nothing to do with colonialism; Eritrea, Libya and Italian Somaliland were Italy's African possessions; Many of these links exist only if there ...Jump to post
I had no idea DL served FUK from PDX in the 90's, I know that DL had the Pacific hub at the time but FUK is a really "out there" destination. I don't think there's ever been another airline to served mainline US-FUK; am I wrong? What is the market even like? The Japan market is so Tokyo ce...Jump to post
I've never been to MIA, so I ask this as an outsider: Doesn't MIA already have some of the highest landing fees in the country? Any idea on how much those fees will climb with this work? Are the airlines onboard with this? More curiosity on my part, since crushing debt loads and high landing fees s...Jump to post
What about the 777X order?Jump to post
Three things at play here, one is providing capacity to primary Chinese cities through the secondary cities due to the restrictions posed by the one route-one carrier policy; another is tour groups which often book out almost the entire plane and contribute to the huge wave of secondary china routes...Jump to post
And .. tell me again .. why does Seattle need to be served by2 separate airports? For the same reasons that Chicago, Houston, Dallas, San Fran, LAX, New York, Miami, and eleventy-hundred other large cities in the world do. Seattle is not NYC or LA or Chicago You're right it's none of those cities, ...Jump to post
Take of this what you will, but... This coming from a UAL employee: https://i.postimg.cc/W35Ncg6S/49994-D1-C-E09-C-425-F-B058-0203-FC8596-CA.jpg This was just one of the designs proposed by this freelance guy on his personal website, highly unlikely this is the livery Whoever made this fake tweet f...Jump to post
Does anybody know how to access these links from the United States, it just seems to load continuously and never open for me, doesn't matter what browser I use. Want to use these links for a research project. Right now even I am also unable to access CAAC's site. Probably their server is down now a...Jump to post
Does anybody know how to access these links from the United States, it just seems to load continuously and never open for me, doesn't matter what browser I use. Want to use these links for a research project.Jump to post
I'm not sure if it shows DL's commitment to servicing the Tokyo-Singapore market (regardless of the DOT allocations) but DL is currently looking for Japanese Customer Service reps to be based in Singapore. https://www.glassdoor.com/Job/tokyo-airline-jobs-SRCH_IL.0,5_IC2851580_KO6,13.htm?fromAge=7&am...Jump to post
Miami with a 77W. Will be full of connecting pax to Central and South America on AV. Miami could work even with the 24 Passenger per day, the biggest Miami market is Manila and NH and PAL are close friends, plus there's lots of Star partners in Miami---BUT, any traffic NH can capture can be much be...Jump to post
I can't say I love it, but I can't say I 100% hate it either - I just wish they'd retained the classic "EASTERN" wordmark and Falcon logo. https://www.easternairlines.aero/#/ The grammar on this website is awful, looks like a middle school project. Is this the outcome of the Swift/Eastern...Jump to post
Don't know if this is a one off, but I don't recall seeing this before. https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/ua82#1fdfc236 https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/ua48#1fe2b022 The overfly charges of Iranian Airspace is probably some good cash for the Iranian Government. Since they would a...Jump to post
I will probably get roasted for this but alas...I never found the negus scheme (save the tale) to be attractive, seeing it on the 744 confirms my bias that it's an ugly scheme, the fact that “airways” is not in title case really throws me off, the haphazard speedbird is off putting as well, comes ac...Jump to post
No actual confirmation the Sikhs were removed other than this disgusting persons claims, I highly doubt the airline would have removed them.
What an obnoxious and attention hungry loser this person is.
Very impressive, I'm interested in knowing what yields were like-flew to MXP last year to visit family in Italy and the ticket was only $500rt in late May/early June with only AA on the route-but given that it's QR I don't think yields matter all too much. Overall I'm not surprised Miami has been su...Jump to post
I've seen a lot of clickbait titles on A.net but this one takes the cake by far
Impressive scheme none the less, almost as impressive as the SUPER-FOOD: One Weird Trick for INSTANT Weight Loss link I clicked on yesterday
"I did read about the planned WAW-MIA for Europe's tourists. Seriously they should just visit LAX instead of MIA." LOT already serves Los Angeles, not to mention that LAX and MIA are completely different markets that cant be swapped out for each other. LOT ran charters into Miami for a goo...Jump to post
I'm generally amazed at the eagerness for people on this forum to throw out morality in the sake of AVIATION, probably the skinniest sacred cow out there.Jump to post
If true, it would mean MIA's only non-stop to Africa, putting it one flight away (Oceania) from joining the Six Continents Club. Of course, a true Asian non-stop would be appreciated. Furthermore, a lot is being made about the connections to Europe, but there's potential for Africa connections as we...Jump to post
If this flight is actually launched, I would imagine the eventual routing will have it going through a city with more traffic, the Chinese carriers have been getting inventive lately trying to add capacity on routes that actually warrant it, hence some of the more bizarre routingsJump to post
Shame that PA, who was a huge operator of these aircraft never updated it's interiors to the wide body look, pics are not easy to find, suggest googling for a few pics I don't think PA had the money to worry about updating their 707's. I don't think Pan-Am was in many financial difficulties during ...Jump to post
Excuse, Miami is offered via Orlando now, my apologiesJump to post
Skyblue39 wrote:If MAN-MIA did not work with Thomas Cook, I’m not sure it can work on Virgin.
Yes, the airport with the most European service in the US after JFK is really struggling. Where do these nonsense rumors arise from? Let's get a few things straight, WOW is failing because A) it's competing with Norwegian, who flies nonstop to most major European destinations B) it's flying seat blo...Jump to post
Even if they had local rights on DUB-ORD, it's departing DUB at like 0500 with that schedule. Would they be able to take advantage of customs and immigration preclearance in DUB (assuming it's even open at that hour, or the flight were re-timed) or would that not be possible for a flight originatin...Jump to post
Oh god I hope not, looks very tasteless and LCC, almost identical to that Joon crap at AF, but the cost cutting bonanza continues, after all, passengers dont care if the plane is marked or notJump to post
Worth noting that Israel is only not recognized by a handful of African nations, a EZE-ADD-TLV routing via the red sea avoids most of Sudan and puts it over friendly territory, it would be a similar distance to routing the flight through Madrid or any point in Europe--not to mention that Israel and ...Jump to post
Good for Spirit but no thanks, planes are so uncomfortable with those bus seats, you get what you pay for and Im willing to spend a bit more to avoid NK and F9 at all costs.Jump to post
Perhaps an ignorant question, but did the boom follow the aircraft as it continued to fly? Or did the boom dissipate once Mach 1 was broken, furthermore, do supersonic planes produce a boom every time they break a Mach?Jump to post
I guess this is as much of a kvetch (complaint) as it is a question, but it's really irritating that the only nonstop options from EWR to East Asia are CX to HKG, CA to PEK and UA to HKG & NRT. [...] Meanwhile, on the other side of Manhattan, JFK gets non-stops on CA, NH, OZ, CX, CI, MU, CZ, BR...Jump to post
This flight would make more sense if it began at EZE, seeing that Buenos Aires has the largest Jewish population in the Americas after NYC, and certainly in LatAm. But I guess the range of the 787 is needed on the GRU-TLV leg and only LATAM Chile has it in its fleet. This isn't correct. The second ...Jump to post
Unlikely any given the capacity constraints at most desirable cities and the lack of desirable cities outside of already hubbed cities. Even Alaskan will most likely keep its extensive West Coast network given that's what they're marketing themselves as.Jump to post
KICT wrote:B6 will be gone within 5 years. They are cornered with nowhere to expand.
Miami wrote:gatibosgru wrote:How long is actually flying time on a MIA-RSW leg?
Bizarre scenario at MIA tonight, Terminal J currently evacuated, man armed with a knife and possibly a gun made his way out onto the tarmac by going through the restricted areas. Man was shot by police. Details just emerging on the local news, way to make a bad situation worse. http://wsvn.com/news/...Jump to post
While not related to the impact in the Leewards, it is aviation and Irma related. My elderly next door neighbor asked me to book her flights out of MIA/ FLL to LAS ahead of the storm and everything from Wednesday to Saturday is booked out. Similarly, my mother told me her coworkers all booked last m...Jump to post
Let's not be stupid and play semantics IAG, AF/KL and LufthansaGroup operate their brands as a cohesive airlines making sure to route traffic X and Y way in order to prevent competition with each other. If you think that just because they have a different name and a different board that they don't c...Jump to post
Both have been doing quite well. Today's QR flight to MIA has 358 inbound. TK flight to MIA has 318 pax. In terms of another Middle Eastern carrier coming in; that doesn't seem likely for at least another few years. In aggregate it looks a bit less pretty. T100 showing the following for the year en...Jump to post
I hate threads dealing with MIA because it always devolves into giddy super fan boys and unreasonably bitter haters (usually from NYC or LA) attacking each other, with the Miamians being blinded by civic pride and the foreigners not knowing anything about MIA and basing their understandings on 1980'...Jump to post