I'm sad I wasn't aware of this happening. This is awesome! What upgrades are happening at other airports in the country?
And I see El Palomar is closing it's passenger services as well? I guess that was just something to help AEP get less busy while they worked on this.
I know a lot of the German car companies have been having a real shortage of supplies from the pandemic. Mercedes has been having trouble producing enough massaging seats and active electronic suspensions, and BMW has been having trouble with supplies of their ventilated seats and their high end aud...Jump to post
The first diversion someone eluded to on February 18th into CUN was do to a hydraulic leak in the B system. I'll let an aircraft mechanic explain what the B system is and what it controls I don't know that is all the report state. Captain was not comfortable with continuing RTB-IAH flight decided t...Jump to post
Great, thx for info team. I guess this is part of the beauty of having a 13,000 ft runway (28R). Are there any other similar setups at any other US airports, i.e. where departing flights launch from somewhere other than a threshold? I've been flying for years and I've never seen it. Denver maybe? I...Jump to post
The Hasid populations of New York and Jerusalem are notoriously non-compliant when it comes to COVD restrictions, distancing, and mask use. They also often don't pay taxes and because of that don't get trash pickup. It is an embarrassment to my religion and culture. It's likely that there were so ma...Jump to post
As I look at the 1R approaches on FR24, it has me thinking, why not create an approach that lines up on I-280 and the Crystal Springs reservoir SW of Menlo Park? It could increase throughput to allow 28L/R landings and a third landing with LAHSO on 1R. This assumes good winds and clear visibility. ...Jump to post
I know one Bulgarian in the New York area... I think she travels to visit once every year or two... so boom. One passenger every few years. Easily enough to fill the plane!Jump to post
It pains me to say this as a strong BLM supporter, but both parties are very in the wrong here. The Captain acted like a completely bratty three year old, and should have been wearing a mask. He could have handled the situation so much better. However, why wouldn't the woman just put the hat in her ...Jump to post
Google earth offers a feature where you can see imaging from many different times. I use that a lot. Most airports have imagery that's been updated since the pandemic, so many major airports can be seen with planes stored.Jump to post
My mom lived in Japan in the late 80s and used to travel back to New York to visit relatives every summer. She would purchase a United around the world ticket from Seoul (it was cheaper), but book individual flights separately, and spend a month going from Tokyo to New York with extended stops in De...Jump to post
I was looking at Tashkent airport today on google maps and noticed a new airport being built to the northeast, not too far away. Did some research, looks like it's called Vostochny airfield and used to be a military base, being repurposed as a secondary airport until a greenfield site replaces them ...Jump to post
209 million passengers in 2019 isn't 'that much traffic'? https://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkish-airports-serve-almost-14-mln-passengers-151914 Not compared to other countries. For example it's less than Germany, which handled nearly 227 million passengers in the same year (2,7 flights per year ...Jump to post
Apparently, the asphalt will also last a lot longer if they do it all in one go so it's pretty cost effective. Afaik, all commercial flights have been stopped anyways from HPN, and every time I've flown there recently (I'm based out of HPN) there have been almost no other small planes.Jump to post
F27500 wrote:And just who did they think they could outrun in an Otter ??
Hey there! Im planning to travel to Spain in April with my family. We're thinking leaving from JFK and flying to Barcelona on April 5th or 6th, traveling throughout Spain for about two weeks, and leaving back to New York from Madrid. Were planning on buying economy and using miles to upgrade. Were g...Jump to post
Awhh, so awesome to see all those 744’s lined up... and sad too knowing they won’t be around long. What aircraft will BA use to replace the 744 on LHR-JFK? 773? Outstanding long haul orders are: 3 x 77W 18 x A350-1000 12 x 787-10 2 x 788 The 77Ws are to replace the three surviving non-ER 772s, betw...Jump to post
There are a huge number of airlines in this world, I would say most, that don't have a retro jet. There is no world outside the USA, how could you forget this? Oh, my bad, I forgot that everywhere outside the US either doesn't matter or is filled with drugs and crimes and rapists or terrorists and ...Jump to post
There are a huge number of airlines in this world, I would say most, that don't have a retro jet.Jump to post
What is really needed is an African open skies agreement...and then for countries to emulate Ethiopia in managing their airlines (or have it privately done as Kenya Airways and Air Mauritius are). Not every country can support a major hub, and that has to be recognized. A Pan-African open-skies wou...Jump to post
Interestingly enough, this looks like it’s going to make the 77W from NRT sit on the ground for 21+ hours at LAX. Also, including direct one stop no change if plane services, this makes SFO 31 flights per week. That’s insane.Jump to post
Lots of people are making guesses, but only a few have the right answer. They keep saying and people keep not listening. By far the main reason is connecting banks and timing for hubs. All the flights from the Western Hemisphere, especially the US and Canada, and the earliest flights from the EU arr...Jump to post
WorldFlier wrote:not overrun with tourists,
I have no doubt that the moderator will remove my comment but I'm going to say it anyhow. I may be wrong but my assumption is that the native language of the OP is not English, rather a language that assigns gender to all nouns. If that is the case, congratulations for posting in English. I speak f...Jump to post
I know many people from Westchester that have also used Norwegian from SWF, and it’s very convenient for people in Mt. Kisco, Edgemont, even White Plains and Scarsdale. SWF takes less time to get to than JFK or EWR, and I’ve heard nothing but praise.Jump to post
Very informative! I made a gcmap of all the flights. http://www.gcmap.com/mapui?P=ORD%2CLAX-SIN%2CIAH-SYD%2CSFO-SIN%2CEWR-HKG%2CLAX-MEL%2CEWR-BOM%2CORD-HKG%2CLAX-SYD%2CSFO-TLV%2CSFO-SYD%2CEWR-PVG%2CEWR-DEL%2CORD-PVG%2CSFO-HKG%2CIAD-PEK%2CSFO-CTU%2CEWR-PEK%2CIAD-NRT%2CEWR-NRT%2CIAH-NRT%2CORD-PEK%2CLA...Jump to post
There are already flights from CTU to JFK, LAX, and SFO. I’m not sure about their choice of BOS, as it is a relatively small city, but Boston is a very global city (just look at how many flights to Asia it already has). I think that with some help from the Sichuan government, this flight will do Alr...Jump to post
Maybe they should put their 787s during the inter that aren’t flying from Europe to the Canaries and Spanish Islands... at least that would actually make money.Jump to post
By the way, does anyone know what happened to RwandAir's planned KGL-BOM-CAN service?Jump to post
"Last July the airline began the process of requesting the right to operate service to the US, with the intention to start service by August 2018. That’s now a step closer to being a reality, as RwandAir has received permission from the DOT to operate flights to the US. The East African reports...Jump to post
The best, but not the cheapest and possibly the wildest. Build another runway EWR over by the railroad tracks. Extend 29/11 while you are at it. Close LGA Build 2 new runways at JFK. One north of 13l/31r and one south of 13r/31l in Jamaica bay. Dedicated high speed subway to downtown Manhattan and ...Jump to post
strfyr51 wrote:FA9295 wrote:enilria wrote:It’s called SWF
That and HPN.
I thought White Plains had closed??
At first made me think of HPN but there are nearly 1,000,000 people in Westchester County alone, and the entire New York market is massive and also served by three airports, yet HPN continued to struggle, so I would say it’s a big fat NOPEJump to post
America’s issue is it’s reluctance to try high speed rails... I was in Shanghai and had no issue getting from the city to PVG for a flight. If NYC builds a new airport, if it builds a high speed rail it would be okay. The question would just be where. Likely it would be built south if Long Island, b...Jump to post
Just get a VPN. I also have an iPhone with iOS 11.3, I also have issues with some public WiFi. VPN fixes it.Jump to post
Lisbon deserves a special mention. At nearly 27M pax in 2017 it does have a full length taxiway, but each part on a different side of the runway. To reach the treshold of runway 21 planes must cross it. I'm pretty sure those are different taxiways so LIS definitely counts. I wouldn't count it. Yes,...Jump to post
I was scrolling through Wikipedia and found that Malta airport carried over 6,000,000 passengers last year, however MLA does not have full length taxiways, and as such requires backtracking followed by a 180 in the runway before takeoff or after landing. LTN had almost 16,000,000 pax yet also doesn’...Jump to post