Yea, I was just going through the May/June schedule internally and it shows no CRJ9 flying at all for Skywest, only 1 CR7 is scheduled so it can do ASE while it looks like Endeavor took about 30 CRJ9s out of storage to cover that Skywest CRJ9 flying. While officially not announced by Delta, in Skyw...Jump to post
The Indian nutritionist and founder of the company Trive FNC, which provides functional nutrition services, Magda Pradan advises to increase natural foods in the diet during outbreaks of COVID-19 viruses. Office plankton, which hopes to defend itself against coronavirus by purchasing broccoli in a s...Jump to post
My advice to you is that I myself fly in business classes and I want to tell you that smoking cigars on an airplane is a real buzz, but for this I bought a special ashtray for them, and I am very satisfied, and I also want to give you advice if you want to see this cigar ashtray , you will not regre...Jump to post
jgcotter wrote:Envoy E135 N856AE is en route from DFW to MZJ for storage.
amcnd wrote:jgcotter wrote:Meant to say CR2 N221PS...
Thats at SkyWest now..
FlyingElvii wrote:First ex-Compass E175 entered revenue service for YX yesterday. By the end of Q2 2020 the plane count is supposed to be 221.
There is no hard rule on which 76W will be retired in which sequence. A lot of factors come at work starting with heavy maintenance check schedule but also including oil prices, strength of economy, network growth, cabin refreshment needs etc... If you ignore the rumored acceleration of 339 deliver...Jump to post
DGS just started in Jackson Hole (JAC) last week and it seems they were unable to attract very many ex-SkyWest people or other locals to work for them at $17 an hour. DGS appears to have brought in a large number of people from other stations who are staying in hotels. Is that ramp and ticket count...Jump to post
As other posters have suggested, the only reason DL is keeping MNL-ICN is because KE can’t fly the additional frequency. If KE ever gets the ability to fly to MNL as much as they actually wanted, DLs flight would go the way of NRT-SIN. It has nothing to do with connecting MNL pax to DTW, ATL, or an...Jump to post
I guess I'm the hypercritical one here, but that livery looks so drab. There's nothing that jumps out or catches your eye to make an impression. I know branding is subjective, but on something like a CRJ-200 you really need a livery that will stand out on such a small plane. It looks so 80s and uni...Jump to post
Whoaaa....slow down cowboy. New markings are going to be cost prohibitive. They already have to be redone anyway...whoever the airport hired to do them the first time didn’t do a great job. He’s being facetious. A friend of mine works for DL in Scheduling and we were having lunch at Zaxbys and she ...Jump to post
AZORMP wrote:If ATL comes back as a weekly service, we could potentially see a 220 as well, but our stop marks would need to be repainted to include that type.
I'm curious to know what this means for both DL and their chosen partners in terms of costs going forward. The partners are going to be regionalized and each given a big chunk of flying. Does this give Skywest an advantage the next time their contract comes up? To a lesser extent, the case could be...Jump to post
Do you know what that will do to its range? I think it's a material reduction in range. The airplane has to be about 10k lighter MGTOW (65k) than the standard CR7. You can reduce OEW a bit by taking out seats/crew, and 50 pax payload is lower, but with all seats occupied, most of that weight saving...Jump to post
In light of the Delta Connection announcement today, I think this piece of the puzzle fell in place. G7 operates 20 DL owned CR7s today, but only 13 are moving to 9E, leaving 7 out in the cold. Perhaps OO is leasing them, which would match the announcement on the AA side. I believe the announcement...Jump to post
That's the crux of the issue. Obviously United has gobbled up a bunch of CR7s for conversion to CR5s, which is how GoJet is going from 25 CR7's to 54 CR5's for UA, which are the ones Skywest is talking about leasing out to a third-party for a 10 year period. Skywest is taking 1:1 CR7 out of service...Jump to post
Skywest announced on their earnings call that they are adding 10 additional CRJ-700s to their American Eagle operation. http://inc.skywest.com/assets/Uploads/PressReleases/Q2-2019-SKYW-Earnings-Release-Final.pdf Operational Update Flying contract updates SkyWest announced an agreement with American ...Jump to post
The issue is with the United scope clause in particular. They are capped out at 51-76 seaters. United only has a single cap for 51-76 seaters (although they would get more were they to order the A220 or E19X-E2 to be operated mainline). DL and AA have one cap for 70 seaters and a different cap for ...Jump to post
UA777FO wrote:The Pilots Scope clause is the reason
jgcotter wrote:E175 N282NN is en route SJK-MAO-FLL-ABI for delivery. 63 x E175 on property now at Envoy.
UAX Update: E175SC: N606UX enters revenue service 15Jul CR7: N166GJ entered STL 12Jul in prep for CR5 conversion N162GJ entered STL 12Jul in prep for CR5 conversion N156GJ entered STL 13Jul in prep for CR5 conversion UAinAUS...thanks for these updates. I saw where you (or someone else) mentioned th...Jump to post
June 2019: 18,908,446
June 2018: 17,692,838
YOY Change: 6.9%
This incident reminded me of a thing Delta did last year. High School kids were sent by their school district to protest Delta's position on airport taxes that were being diverted to schools. Delta invited the students inside, provided them with free Chik Fil-A lunch and asked any of them if they wa...Jump to post
As for the 757s, no. There are only two minor differences in the airline world that affect the range, engine selection and winglets. But both are fairly minimal. The 75H's are former NWA frames and they do have a significant increased range. Information is on Delta's website. Ship numbers are below...Jump to post
UPlog wrote:Gone are the days when cargo operators received the leftover scrap frames, and now instead can operate shiny new expensive frames at premium valuations.
Without being able to easily search the archives, what was the reason for the change in the A321 configuration from 192->189->191. From what I can tell is the only significant difference at the L3/R3 exit row 26? https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1411863&p=21067387&hil...Jump to post
dcchipper wrote:It appears that there is a mislabeling in the graphic. I believe that the 2 large spaces at the top should be lavs and the 2 smaller spaces at the bottom are the closets.
LeDcNq7D wrote:The luggage closets on the 50 seat CRJ-700 are the big deal here. I can't tell you how many connections I have missed waiting for a valet-checked bag.
Regulations.gov updated. Denver Air Connection offers Do328 proposals for either a Denver-Pierre-Watertown tag service or standalone proposal of 24 weekly Watertown and Pierre service. Skywest proposes 12-weekly CRJ200 standalone service to both Pierre and Watertown from DEN. I knew OO would file, ...Jump to post
There is a slight mistake on the list of MD90s.
N916DN 9216 is currently active (https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N916DN)
N961DN 9261 is currently inactive (https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N961DN)
KCaviator wrote:jgcotter wrote:E175 N269NN is en route SJK-MAO-FLL-ABI for delivery. 50 x E175 on property now at Envoy.
You’ve posted this in two separate threads. We get it...
I think the other thing that really gives this thing legs is that people can see themselves in this situation. It can happen to anyone and does many times daily.... well only to those that aren't rich and don't fly enough to have high status and bought low cost tickets for a trip they need to go on...Jump to post
Have you guys read one of the passengers' testimony on reddit? Apparently, when the doctor refused to deplane, another passenger offered UA $1600 to volunteer, and was laughed at by the crew. So this situation could have been solved then and there if United wasn't so cheap. Do you have a link to th...Jump to post
Have you guys read one of the passengers' testimony on reddit?
Apparently, when the doctor refused to deplane, another passenger offered UA $1600 to volunteer, and was laughed at by the crew. So this situation could have been solved then and there if United wasn't so cheap.
How morally impaired do you have to be to support any of this? Think what happened here. Every passenger had a seat, the flight was ready to go, there were no issues. UA wanted to use the plane to transport employees, but that had NOTHING TO DO with the flight. They needed to be on a flight the next...Jump to post
Smith, C., "Flight Operations on a Circular Runway," SAE Technical Paper 660283: Inherent advantages of an infinitely long runway, optimum technical location at the center of the circle, and safe ty enhancement by increased directional stability during aircraft ground roll generated intere...Jump to post
Yes, I meant that by "its not all rosy". The capacity issues are something that doesn't immediately jump at me for a similar solution. But again we are thinking in old terms and straight approaches - maybe there's a whole different world out there. And then it's not like that professional ...Jump to post
It is very interesting to see people looking at this idea and then dismissing it by applying all their knowledge and procedures that were developed for straight runways with limited lengths. Think outside the box! All your conventional stuff goes out the window! Why do you need a TD point? Not neces...Jump to post
I have written a couple of articles on travelling with toddlers at my blog. No point to copy the full article here but you can check out the links bellow. 1) http://hotels-fairy.com/tips-traveling-children/ 2) http://hotels-fairy.com/car-seats-toddlers-airline-travel/ My advice would be to plan well...Jump to post