USAirways used S at some point.Jump to post
Wow, very interesting. Floor space management is going to be tricky with Sky Nest. I hope they will get it right. Sky Couch is not a huge hit, I thought it would be a huge hit on load restricted flights. Just NZ and Air Astana tried and no one else. China Airlines tried but decided to drop it 1-2 y...Jump to post
Speaking of which, when was the last time that United did domestic widebody flights out of here? https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/289074/united-adds-boeing-777-washington-seattle-service-in-s20/ Probably when they still had SEA-NRT, I believe the SEA-DEN was tagged on to rotate the...Jump to post
EA CO AS wrote:Look for a special “Toy Story 4” themed aircraft making its debut soon as well.
DenverTed wrote:I see they are building the main span of the walkway in the north cargo area. Seems like WW2 was quicker than the remodel of the central food court, it's been shut down forever.
PlanesNTrains wrote:Is there a list of planes still in old AS colors?
SXDFC wrote:When it comes time to repaint the Timberwolves plane, will it retain its specialty paint or be painted into the standard livery?
sw733 wrote:Makes sense. Having the random 5xx-numbered gates always drove me a bit nuts.
For everyone who doubted it. Just like how they doubted CX coming to Seattle.
https://www.portseattle.org/news/singap ... ac-airport
SQ28 SIN-SEA 9:25am-9:05am
SQ27 SEA-SIN 10:40am-5:30pm+1
Most CX routes to the US have first class. Generally, flights to Australia do not, unless it is a last minute equipment sub. 77H and 77A do have first, 77G and 77K do not.Jump to post
rj777 wrote:Does anybody want to take a stab at how the plane will look in the Air Force 1 colors?
In Seattle each airline is responsible for de-icing themselves, it has been reported some of Alaska's equipment was not functioning. I happened to arrive in SEA that same morning on ANA and waited for an hour for a Delta plane to deice and clear our gate.Jump to post
When AS took over the N gates they modified the gates, so no more widebody gates and there are some Q400 gates there now as well.
As far as expansion, http://www.portseattle.org/Business/Con ... 031416.pdf pages 8-13 will shed some light, nothing have been decided yet as to which route to take.