NATS-OTS defines the times are direction for flights crossing the North Atlantic.Jump to post
Is ATL the only airport that consistently (ie: always, during busy times -- and frequently when not) does triple concurrent landings? No. DFW, ORD, DEN and IAH also consistently had periods where they used three runways for landings. At least this was the case before the pandemic. Other airports, l...Jump to post
Is ATL the only airport that consistently (ie: always, during busy times -- and frequently when not) does triple concurrent landings? DFW...consistently. I can look West from my home and see aircraft arriving on 17L, 17C, and 18R. I can't see the fourth, 13R, on the diag, because it's too far away....Jump to post
Spiderguy252 wrote:Europe seems to be the aviation strike capital of the world.
They’ll hand out pats of butter when you board.Jump to post
Here comes the whale. BA 193 is due in at 4:55 pm ct.Jump to post
Was visiting Founders Plaza today. Saw an EVA 777 cargo flight leave west airfield and depart midfield on 18L. Very hot day and used half the runwway. Is that usual?Jump to post
Could he mean lack of pitch range? Not a pilot…forgive my nomenclature usage.Jump to post
Had another round during the pre-dawn hours this morning (June 2).Jump to post
That looks very nice. LGA is coming along.Jump to post
I think it’s great that, while Delta was in operational meltdown, Ed was in Rome with the Pope: https://liveandletsfly.com/pope-francis-delta-ceo-ed-bastian/ Maybe he could focus on running the airline? While I agree with the sentiment Ed needs to get his house in order, the Papal visit was on May ...Jump to post
Does this mean you should avoid flying starting the 20th of the month or later on DL? Assuming flight crews have maxed their hours towards the end of the month?Jump to post
ObadiahPlainman wrote:Yeah, it was that Customs connector.
Lower D was a hole, truth be told. When they built D, which was a forced design and hurried with little concern for architectural aesthetics, they just glommed it onto lower D and the older part of C.
In a name…The Lazy Bee. Stuff like this really makes me mad. Sure Boeing has been badly mismanaged for 25 years. But everyone I know is slammed with work and working very hard. With the exception of the self-serving leadership, no-one is Lazy right now. Apologies @BoeingGuy, it was meant in jest. S...Jump to post
crownvic wrote:I have a better idea. Relocate the Kowloon redevelopment area to to Lantau Island and reopen Kai Tak
Well now, that was the longest two weeks of my life.Jump to post
As far as I know, she usually uses Flexjet and tends to fly on one of their G450s. If she was flying non-stop from the Los Angeles area to ASU, however, she'd have needed something with more range. Is it standard to make an emergency landing after a lightning strike? I know that an inspection is us...Jump to post
I had a friend growing up in the 70s whose Dad was a very senior FE on a 727 at UA. He flew up and down the west coast and was home every night. And another friend’s dad was a CA on a UA DC-10. He flew overseas and was away a lot more - as one would expect. It’s good to have options.Jump to post
That has got to be a new record for not earning ff mileage credit (measured by time or distance).Jump to post
Noshow wrote:Bacteria might be a problem of underused piping systems sitting idle for too long due to low passenger demand during covid peaks.
I guess the rats have moved outside (there are certainly a lot inside the terminals).Jump to post
Looks like the Salmon are running in Bristol, AK.Jump to post