… First off .. save your money … flight attendant is an entry level position with airlines. . you don't need to waste all those years on college … or commit youself to all that expense just to become a flight attendant. Just put in your application, go to your cattle call glamour/personality interv...Jump to post
I'd like to propose a friendly contest. Develop an itinerary with actual flight numbers from west coast US, i.e. SEA, PDX, SFO/OAK/SJC, LAX, SAN to the US northeast, i.e. BOS, JFK/LGA/EWR, PHL, BWI, DCA/IAD (NOT ATL, RDU, CLT, MCO, MIA, etc.) with the most legs and longest flight time within one 24 ...Jump to post
As a former UA flight attendant for 20 years, I have to wonder if these employees had a history of poor performance. It was well known that "problem children" --f/a's that disregarded rules, had poor attendance, pilfered common property, or had a number of negative comments from customers ...Jump to post
Doing a quick Google search, it seems there isn't one site that lists all of the runway extension projects underway around the world. I'd be interested in learning about these projects. I'd also be interested in hearing of recently completed projects. I propose a format like this: TF Green Airport -...Jump to post
United has started a number of transatlantic routes from SFO over the last few years -- reinstated CDG, started seasonal to MUC, starting ZRH, etc.
It would appear that SFO - AMS would be a good addition. Clearly AMS is a KL/AF and DL hub. However, CDG is as well.
boscmh wrote:Would love to see UA add SFO-CMH
How are they going to accommodate CRJ-200 or CRJ-700 service to Vero Beach with a runway of 5,400ft? Is there a planned intermediate stop? I would imagine that neither of those aircrafts could take a full load of passengers and full to make it from New Bedford to Vero Beach. Thoughts?Jump to post
It's interesting to compare HVN and ORH. Worcester's city population is greater than New Haven by about 50,000. I can't speak to the metro area of both. However, they're both roughly the same distance to BDL (ORH is 20 miles further). Worcester has BOS at about 55 miles away. New Haven has LGA at 74...Jump to post
It would seem that HVN-ORD on UA (or AA, for that matter) would make the most sense give the O&D stats that someone else posted. They could use an Express flight. I would also like to see HVN-MCO on Allegiant, Spirt, or Frontier.Jump to post
You can see the details of the UA changes/additions here: http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... june-2017/Jump to post
I had the pleasure of flying on the inaugural SFO - TPA earlier today. They used a B-737-900 for the first flight. It shows a A320 for tomorrow. There was a cake and bottles of water on the SFO end. The flight was reasonably uneventful and full but 16 sears. They gave comped live TV for all in honor...Jump to post
SNA's main runway is 5,701 ft (only 100 feet longer than HVN) and it manages transcon flights on 737-700 (SNA-EWR on UA). EYW's runway measures 4,801. It handles 737-700 to ATL and E-170 to EWR and ORD. Are all of those flights significantly weight restricted? Surely HVN can handle larger aircraft t...Jump to post