"Inaugural flight in October, from the new base at IAD to KEF! Also focusing on air cargo. Mentions the icelandic fish export. cargo build up at KEF"
Interesting development, seems they've risen
https://twitter.com/beggi_north/status/ ... 96904?s=20
Jump to post"Inaugural flight in October, from the new base at IAD to KEF! Also focusing on air cargo. Mentions the icelandic fish export. cargo build up at KEF"
If the old WOW Air model did not work, why should it work now? It arguably *did* work, until the A330s and overexpansion happened. I think if they let things stew for a few years like how they initially did they'd see better results. Lord knows Iceland's economy could use it, and so could my wallet...Jump to post
AMS has been in the (local) news time and time again, they're really dropping the ball and as a passenger the experience has only gotten worse. I really hope they manage to get things on track because this has been going on for years.Jump to post
Armadillo1 wrote:how much pitch middle seat take from behind row?
https://www.businesstraveller.com/business-travel/2019/07/23/faa-approves-new-middle-seat-design/ Looks like the S1 seat designs that were making the rounds not too long ago with a larger recessed middle seat that the aisle seat can be slid over have been approved by the FAA. What's interesting to m...Jump to post
Last night I was traveling on a DL A321, and noticed that at door 2L and 2R the seats in the row in front of the exit (I believe row 12) were partially blocking the door. The back of the seat came to approximately the window of the exit door, roughly covering 1/3 of the door and exit. How is this l...Jump to post
If it was a SpaceJet order (there's NO WAY), I think this entire board would implode
I'd like to see it though!
One thing I keep noticing about myself reading this, is how my first instinct is to side with the pilots and assume something just went terribly wrong (midair collision with a Malay military jet tearing open the cockpit window, fire on board, etc etc), but the home simulator has always perplexed me....Jump to post
There also seems to be a lot of passengers who were allowed to travel one way with the bag and then told on the return that it’s too big. Either use the rules or don’t. My wife fell victim to this. The bag was the same outbound as inbound. During her stay in the UK the baggage policy changed, she r...Jump to post
Absolutely no sympathy for Boeing for sitting on this for too long when they writing has been on the wall for the past decade. Congrats to Airbus with their success in the type, and to American if the rumor turns out true! I still feel it's not truly a 757 replacement, but I don't think something li...Jump to post
If everyone sitting on the windows side of the right hand side of the aircraft behind row 10 died, then how come we have that aircraft interior video showing the right hand side of the aircraft? That video was shoot overwing I really hope this passenger survived, but he also could have live streame...Jump to post
The industry has got itself into a crazy situation with their pricing model being wrong. :checkmark: :checkmark: The cargo bays are designed for the everything-but-kitchen-sink luggage regimens... the carryon bins are not. I've always said it was crazy to charge for 1st-bag, but have carryon free. ...Jump to post
The original in-cabin video of the right side may very well be the view of one of the last people to get out given how far back they were. Really scary thought. Also note how some smoke was already present just as the aircraft stopped in that video. I think there are elements of truth in everything ...Jump to post
I saw the video on twitter before coming here, it really made my heart sink!! I'm glad it seems everyone made it out, the flames are incredible. I'm glad the front doors were clear of the fire. I don't know what to believe in terms of initial reports on what was going on, but if they really did surv...Jump to post
Here's my issue, working as a service agent and seeing these kinds of situations often (not daily, but certainly weekly) I *know* for a fact there are procedures for handling WCBD (w/ "Dry" Batteries). Passengers can take their batteries with them in the cabin while the wheelchair itself i...Jump to post
Notice those who are upset completely missed the point on the *first official message* from the airline itself that it was an evolution rather than a revolution, and that the globe was to stay. This site is admittedly decent for insider news and leaks, but not much else. I think most people got tha...Jump to post
Notice those who are upset completely missed the point on the *first official message* from the airline itself that it was an evolution rather than a revolution, and that the globe was to stay.
This site is admittedly decent for insider news and leaks, but not much else.
CARST wrote:#EuroWhite ???
Where is the damn Gold? Oh my. Another uniform livery...
It's honestly pretty embarrassing over the years to realize it was never quite the globe I hated but rather how they've been using it, especially the gold. I'm glad the gold will be done away with in any case! Albeit the barebones livery rendered or the grey belly with the swoop I think I'll be fair...Jump to post
Anything to bring a cheatline back is decent in my book. Don't know if it's related to their strategy but it almost looks more like a premium brand than an LCC, it's giving me a department store vibe. I'm sure contrary to our first thoughts that this took quite a while to develop and had some though...Jump to post
521NK is sporting the 2019 version if anyone is interested. Don't think there are any shots in the database yet. Correct, you can see it here: https://www.google.com/search?q=n521nk&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjy-_7B_cThAhVHZlAKHdaUDYYQ_AUIDigB&biw=1280&bih=578#imgr...Jump to post
This (with the lighting over the globe) would be an improvement on the tail. Make it really look 3 dimensional: https://www.google.com/search?q=continental+airlines+2009+print+ad&safe=active&client=firefox-b-1-d&tbm=isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=j04bqppHjHiD2M%253A%252C21-yuJL7R...Jump to post
Would this be a perfect opportunity for a carrier like easyJet to start a transatlantic hub using KEF as a 'halfway' base? Common equipment available to the current fleet (less the 330s), would relieve any pressure (if there is any) on the current fleet during the summer. Maybe not quite on the sam...Jump to post
Can we expect the original branding to survive or can we anticipate a change? I don't know if we'll see something like WOW by Icelandair or something completely different. I know Air Canada Rouge somehow works but I wonder how Icelandair actively eating into their own market will be beneficial eithe...Jump to post
In case I'm missing something, what opportunities are there for Icelandair in acquiring WOW instead of letting them fizzle out?
That being said I've flown WOW many times and would hate to see them go, they were a great option for cheap Atlantic crossings to see my family
Quick mock up based on your image: https://i.imgur.com/ut8nxU4.png I acutally really really love this one and feels closer to what United is probably planning when they say evolution. The gradient on the cheatline (?) is really nice too. As for the other blue head design recently posted, I'm really...Jump to post
EASA grounds all 737MAX-8 and -9Jump to post
The type of arrogance being displayed by the US carriers and regulators is going to cost lives. Mark my words, we'll be seeing the next incident with them if nothing is done about it. I hope it's not true of course, I just can't shake this grim feeling. Disclaimer: I'm not Boeing/American bashing, I...Jump to post
I believe I read something about how Vueling was a less marketable brand and name overall (since a lot of folks don't know how to pronounce it). Apparently, Level sounds like you could fly between any two points, while Vueling sounds inherently Spanish/Italian to most. Level also has the more direct...Jump to post
Hi all, Saw a couple of recent articles touting Boeing's "new" SUGAR (Subsonic Ultra Green Aircraft Research) wing concept. From what I know, the last I saw of this was back in 2010 or so. Has there been a new announcement/development regarding it? Or do these happen to just be random feat...Jump to post
Honestly what are they thinking sending a pink aircraft with that registration to a conservative country like India? They weren't. The whole registration thing is just a gimmick to appeal to the sort of backpacking millennials which the airline tends to attract. As if to say "Hey, look at us, ...Jump to post
Looking at the images, I've wondered something. How is one supposed to open the main doors with the pressure of water preventing an outwards force? Worst thing I can imagine is them initially going inwards, then getting stuck as water pours in. I'd assume the slides would help, but they're not actua...Jump to post
Petty as it may be, I would really love to see Norwegian go under just to prevent a successful precedent of these silly antics convince others to follow suit.
The loss of competition isn't great, but I don't like the idea of the cruiseship industry tactics spreading to aviation.
I'm certain that, depending on the circumstances of course, many others would have done the same in an emergency. We are talking about serious internal injury if you hold it in for too long, so I feel like denying her the exception to use the restroom was downright stupid. She seemed aware of her si...Jump to post
I actually work for a certain purple airline at AMS, and I can guarantee about 85% of the pax are transfer traffic only. KEF and Iceland in general seem to appeal more to the young individual backpacker than anything else so far. And I don't know, but we've been utilizing the A320/A321 more than any...Jump to post
I definitely prefer built-in IFE just for the sake of less hassle. Everyone having their own devices set up, chargers dangling all over the place, the passenger at the window who wants to go to the bathroom tripping over the wire and pulling it down to the floor, the inevitable useless stories of pe...Jump to post
sevenair wrote:If it were possible to dance on the grave on an airline, Citywing is one 'airline' whose grave I'd boogie on down on until the break of dawn.
We will never forget what you did. We will never forgive you.
Isle of Man airport originally had Manx2, then Citywing to take care of the majority of the 800,000 yearly pax. But since Citywing had bitten the dust last year, who has stepped forward to take over the majority of the movements? Net flight movements seem down 18.5%, so I wonder if anyone else had s...Jump to post