I just did a dummy search for Oct 14-18 and D1 is readily available. Fares range from $3,791-$5,178 RT. The higher fares are the first few flights of the day. Are there specific dates you're looking at? For domestic business/first? $5,000? You gots to be kidding. What kind of fool pays this sort of...Jump to post
LOL “Albert Einstein-Donald Trump Airport.” That said, a Narita-style airport for New York isn’t a bad idea. Connect it with an efficient train and leave JFK for business pax, like Haneda. I’ve heard worse ideas. Haneda is like twice the size of Narita. It's going to be difficult to attract 200m pa...Jump to post
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Is there enough demand to double frequency to this secondary Cuba city?
The first A320neo for TAP - Air Portugal has finished Painting at CHR - https://a320archive.com/msn/8043 https://farm1.staticflickr.com/823/39718375510_ad85df07f1_k.jpg Low Pass at Delivery flight.... CS-TVA TAP - Air Portugal - Airbus A320neo by Perfect World Photography , on Flickr So, not a spec...Jump to post
yochai wrote:You left PEK-TLV (333) and PVG-TLV (789) out
Can't they fly the route with a 73G or something? Wouldn't that reduce costs?Jump to post
I'm struggling to understand this route. Why would BA devote a 789 to a leisure destination, twice weekly from LHR, not even LGW? Is there something special about this market? With all of the ME3 serving SEZ, they probably have a grip on most of the lower-yield traffic Europe - SEZ. By operating th...Jump to post
Already discussed here: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1368213Jump to post
Perhaps downgauge KUL-PER to B738 before cancelling the route?Jump to post
Perhaps an order by the Chinese government, to be distributed to Chinese airlines.Jump to post
Accelerate 3 x A321 by 1 year. Delay 13 x A321 NEO x 4 to 5 years. Delaying A321's doesn't seem to jive well with getting rid of E-190's, unless their market outlook is very negative. Considering NEO engine production delays, this may likely be Airbus offering to provide a discount if B6 were willi...Jump to post
BENAir01 wrote:Also I don't even think PEK-GRU is one stop. What airline and routing is this?
So Spain and Russia worked out only one daily Trans-Siberian flight originating from Madrid? What does this mean for other potential MAD-Asia flights? So there will be no BCN-Japan/Korea/China on any airline? CX has been operating a 77W between HKG and MAD for some time now, 4 weekly. Avoiding Russ...Jump to post
What's the scrap value for 757s? $1.71 million is lower than the $2.6M minimum stated at Aircraft Values, And Lease Pricing - Spring 2017.Jump to post
wenders825 wrote:do we think they'll reopen AMS, CDG, FRA?
I don't think so. Ryanair doesn't buy other airlines no matter how cheap they are, they just compete them out into final bankrupcy. Sure Ryanair will be willing to take over a bit of the route network of Air Berlin just like they promised to do with Alitalia, but not the airline itself. This would ...Jump to post
:rotfl: They'll probably make it to Buffalo and Pittsburgh before Emirates does Summer charters to Pittsburgh already start this year via Caissa Touristic. China Southern charters to Pittsburgh? I will guess the long awaited next airline to land in Branson MO is as likely to be China Southern as an...Jump to post
Arion640 wrote:Would comac go after russian certifying perhaps?
Split-hub operations at both MXP and LIN in Milan have often been cited as a reason for Alitalia's demise. Would long-haul flights from Linate be possible? A number of airports with shorter runways than LIN can support year-round long-haul nonstop flights; SXM, NCL and RAR come to mind. When KL can ...Jump to post
I feel like India could be a possible destination for them! I am hoping for China. With 11 Chinese carriers (including Taiwan and HK) flying to Canada now, maybe Westjet will be more successful in getting further access to China than Air Canada. Probably not. While a huge market, China - Canada is ...Jump to post
Damascus? Seriously? Anyhow, BEY I think has a descent chance to work, not sure about IKA though. I think the other routes you have stated are already covered by the ME3 and Saudia. I think PEK would be a logical addition, later followed by PEK. BEY was to be launched in 2006 but cancelled with the...Jump to post
5. I think a lot of Nepali works overseas, but not sure if they are working in ME. If they are, then it is possible the route would be profitable. Somehow I always thought EK is already flying to KTM. Apparently not. But can KTM handle a 773 with full load? I suppose it is considered a high-alt air...Jump to post
I assume there were very few A340 transactions, right?Jump to post
Breathe wrote:Obviously it's a commercial decision, but its always struck me that they are probably the only major airline (certainly in Europe & North America at least) never to operate the A330 in their fleet.
TheGeordielad wrote:anshabhi wrote:yoplait wrote:Norwegian Brazil?
What is the regulatory minimum to fly international in Brazil? Like in India it's atleast 20 aircraft must be flying domestically.
Why do Indian airlines have to fly 20 aircraft domestically before international?
Any updates on this? It seems that S7 hasn't started E170 operations yet, even though they are supposed to be in operation now, according to Airlineroute. http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/271720/s7-airlines-s17-embraer-e170-operations-as-of-06mar17/ Looking at Flightaware, routes sc...Jump to post
Any updates on this? It seems that S7 hasn't started E170 operations yet, even though they are supposed to be in operation now, according to Airlineroute. http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/271720/s7-airlines-s17-embraer-e170-operations-as-of-06mar17/ Looking at Flightaware, routes sch...Jump to post