TUL - More to come supposedly
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A & B are essentially gonna have to spend a significant sum of money developing a subset which no one but QF are going to buy. If its 20 frames, even just $100m in development is $5m /frame (beyond the original development amortisation put into the price of each airframe). They aren't gonna dev...Jump to post
Phoenix757767 wrote:Astrojet727 wrote:Phoenix757767 wrote:The planes have been intergrated, but not the workforce, but some cities they are cross utilized.
What I mean by not integrated is that the LUS fleet resides in Sceptre while the LAA fleet is still in Sabre.
It’s all moving to Sceptre
No such thing as "LAA" anymore, only American. Plus most routes are now operated by a mix of LAA and LUS aircraft. AA Tech Ops has not integrated the fleets so LAA and LUS fleets still exist. The planes have been intergrated, but not the workforce, but some cities they are cross utilized....Jump to post
Completely false stats. Minus the grounded 737 MAX's, AA's current narrowbody fleet includes the following: 133x A319 48x A320 219x A321 9x A321 NEO 304x 737-800 34x 757 (although a bunch of these only fly international or Hawaii). Apparently, you didn't read his post. He is posted only LAA aircraf...Jump to post
So what ended up being the final flight for N501AA? N501AA flew from LBB as AA2232... it's actually sitting in TUL now and not ROW... along with N9621A.... not sure why those went to TUL and not ROW, they might be getting them prepared for something special. Maybe someone here knows why... Employee...Jump to post
The CR Smith Museum store has some special AA branded MD80 shirts and hats for those that are interestedJump to post
Antarius wrote:The immediate association between 123 and aviation for me is, unfortunately, JL 123.
But the average flying public isn't an avgeek
A lot of it is political. Air Italy is owned by an ME3 carrier. And there is an issue with them running an end around on US to Europe flights using IG. And like I said DL did the same thing in the past to an ME3 carrier. I doubt it was political. You have to remember the people making these decisio...Jump to post
Hopefully this is an easy one for you all: I just got a diecast Air New Zealand 777-200ER with the registration ZK-DKG. I see that all current ANZ 777-200ER registrations start with ZK-OKx. What as DKG re-registered as? Did they simply change the D to an O? http://cdn.feeyo.com/pic/20090109/20090109...Jump to post
Thanks Karel for starting a new thread for this event. Here is a picture of its first flight in 1987: http://aviationweek.com/site-files/aviationweek.com/files/uploads/2014/09/A320-first-flight.jpg Source: http://aviationweek.com/blog/1987-a320- ... remembered http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/med...Jump to post
Sooner787 wrote:I know the A359's MLG are " toe down " but I'm wondering if the A35J' s 6 wheel
bogies will be toe up like the 777's or toe down like their sister ?
You all have some incredible lists! Mine is much less impressive although I think it's not bad for a 23 y/o. A319 (AA, US, VX) A320 (US, NZ, VX) A321 (AA, US) A330-200 (QF) ATR 72 (NZ) 717-200 (DL) 737-300 (WN) 737-500 (UP) 737-700 (WN, UA) 737-800 (AA, UA) 737-900ER (AS, UA) 747-400 (NZ) 757-200 (A...Jump to post