WG FLL-YQB DEC 0.2>0[0.2] JAN 0.3>0[0.3] FEB 0.3>0[0.3] MAR 0.3>0[0.3] APR 0.2>0[0.2] WG FLL-YUL DEC 0.5>0[0.5] JAN 0.6>0[0.5] FEB 0.6>0[0.6] MAR 0.6>0[0.4] APR 0.2>0[0.2] Misfile? Flights still bookable on sunwing.ca The phantom move to MIA lol. Most likely a misfile.Jump to post
When is DL going to cut CVG down to hub flying/Paris and close the CVG focus city? Is it really that important strategically for DL to keep a big presence at CVG with DTW so close? I mean, no offense to Cincinnati, but it isn’t on the same level as Boston or Raleigh-Durham (Delta’s other two focus ...Jump to post
So everyone talks about fuel efficiency as the reason for downsizing to twins from quads. But twins are a relatively new phenomenon and even then, there is still a healthy number of pax quads flying around but zero pax trijets. By that logic, shouldn't quads have disappeared first? Trijets are more...Jump to post
Is Delta out of YHZ? No. It just doesn't take the route very seriously. My wife is from there so I keep up with it. Just a summer schedule for some reason. Flights were pretty full all summer. The thing is traffic at YHZ falls off a cliff in January/February and really until Easter quite frankly. E...Jump to post
Regarding Porter, they’re back at MLB around December 18th. Weekly flights to YOW, YTZ and YQG.Jump to post
YQT YTD through August The summer wrapped up with record passenger traffic through Thunder Bay Airport. The airport authority says that between Jan. 1 and Aug. 31, the terminal saw 588,076 people travel through. That's 4.6 per cent more than last year over the same period. In 2017, an all-time reco...Jump to post
There is still at least one combi product still available to purchase...the Q400. Might be a bit small for KL's size and range needs though.Jump to post
YUL August Dom: 757 702 +2.6% TB: 417 819 +4.3% Int'l: 908 528 +9.3% TTL: 2 084 049 +5.8% YTD Dom: 4 792 827 +3.8% TB: 3 000 328 +8.2% Int'l: 5 479 239 +8.4% TTL: 13 272 394 +6.7% YUL is currently on pace for approx. 19.3 million in 2018. https://www.admtl.com/sites/default/files/2018/ADM_Statsdet_...Jump to post
PSP at least makes some sense, but I don't get PDX. It's too low-frequency and it isn't during peak season. They'd have been better off doing LAS or TUS or some vacation spot like that instead. No doubt the route will be PDX-SFO-PSP-SFO-PDX (i.e., a 1-stop thru flight for PDX pax.). Still doesn't m...Jump to post
SpaceshipDC10 wrote:No, and as far as I know they only publish those once a year. For 2017, 599,146 passengers used the airport, which was already an 80% increase over 2016. Will it rise as high as 1 million in 2018?
Airbus did OK with the A300-F but other than that, they never went in heavily with freighter models. The A330-F was late to the game and has had a lukewarm reception. The DC-10F and MD-11F were not Boeing models of course, both of them sold quite well. The 747-F had the advantage of the nose door f...Jump to post
SpaceshipDC10 wrote:We'll see how it adds up in the end for YHM. How their passenger figures will look at the end of the year.
http://dailyhive.com/vancouver/vancouver-to-singapore-airlines-flight-demand "There is strong demand to support a non-stop, direct flight route between Vancouver and the Southeast Asian city state of Singapore. In fact, the demand for a non-stop link to Vancouver is so strong that Changi Airpo...Jump to post
*SY PDX-RNO DEC 0.3>0 JAN 0.3>0 FEB 0.3>0 No surprise here. This route didn't seem all that realistic on a Boeing 737 anyway... An MSP airline attempts to break out into the PNW. Even if their head honcho in Network Planning is an ex-ASer, wouldn’t it make more sense to start your non-MSP ...Jump to post
Interesting that Delta is jumping into the pool on JFK-YVR....that's a busy route Going to 7x on YVR-SEA next June. I think they’re already on YVR-JFK seasonally. Might be starting the season a few days earlier next summer. For 3M, those are some pretty significant cuts. It looks like they’re exiti...Jump to post
That’s mighty impressive considering Flair are packing up shop and relocating to YYZ.Jump to post
Next, what would be Daxing's IATA code? DXG sounds nice and memorable
YOW August YOW's pax numbers hit an all-time monthly record in August for the 2nd consecutive month and surpassed the 450k mark (and by a wide margin) for the first time in a single month. Sector / Aug-17 / Aug-18 / % Change Dom: 364,382 / 385,538 / +5.8% TB: 50,173 / 56,936 / +13.5% Int'l: 23,948 ...Jump to post
evank516 wrote:ryan78 wrote:Looks like its loaded on the Sunwing website. Thursdays and Mondays. That'll be perfect for the Daytona weekend, I'm gonna have to look into that!
WG070 - YYZ | 06:30 | DAB | 09:15 | 738
WG071 - DAB | 10:25 | YYZ | 13:05 | 738
Wow a 738 too!
This thread is locked: https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1389189 so I figured I'd post an update here. Jetlines have submitted to TC operating manuals for their approval: https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/jetlines-advances-licencing-process-with-submission-to-transport-cana...Jump to post
Would making the curfew time night-time shorter make any difference giving YYZ some extra capacity slack? As far as I know, Toronto does have another airport, it's YHM. A better link (rail link that's) to Toronto proper and jetways might make that airport more appealing to YYZ passengers, specially...Jump to post
YTZ reports having a record-breaking summer: https://www.skiesmag.com/press-releases/billy-bishop-airport-has-record-breaking-summer/ Billy Bishop Airport experienced record-breaking monthly passenger levels recording 267,094 passengers in June; 264,866 passengers in July; and 285,211 passengers in ...Jump to post
MapleLeaf789 wrote:Did anyone else notice that Toronto only has a 30 minute turn around time? Can't be right.
There are still about 10 or more in operation. They will continue to slowly be withdrawn from service with the last leaving by the end of 2020. They can still be found operating in Ontario and Quebec. How about in Alberta or British Columbia? The DH1s haven't been out west in a long time. The Sault...Jump to post
Ask any of the employees at the time (like longhauler). The company required many bailout discussions... it was the areas he worked in that contributed to their downfall at the time. As I always say, it’s not the must the managing general who’s to blame but it’s the lieutenants around him that shar...Jump to post
Hmmm Sunwing have DAB listed under 'flights' (i.e. without a vacation package) with 28JAN19 being the first date, with dates on Mondays and Thursdays. However, when you select a date, you get "Invalid return date". Might be them! There was a posting here a couple of weeks ago about new Sun...Jump to post
Please people, keep going about all these magical flight additions coming to the most slot and capacity restricted airport in North America. It's pretty well a given that any pre-cleared flights would be on present US flights. It's also assumed that if any more slots were ever realized at YTZ, PD w...Jump to post
I flew a WestJet Encore YUL-YYZ-YUL a couple of months ago. The walk to the regional flights gates in YYZ was by far the longest I've ever done in 100+ flights in my life. The outbound flight was delayed 2 hours due to "congestion" at YYZ and then they lost our luggage for about an hour. ...Jump to post
I've been noticing that YYZ is getting busier every year and it feels like were at capacity with both Terminal 1 & 3 combined. YYZ grows by 3 million pax per year and it should reach 50 million pax this year. I read the master plan and it says that both terminals combined right now gives a capa...Jump to post
Dominion301 couldn’t be anymore correct in his information. There are many rumours about what will happen with the current DH1 fleet, they’re slated for retirement, however AC also isn’t a fan of the BEH. So I could see QK absorbing some of ZX/8K BEH routes. The schedule change for the W19 flying s...Jump to post
Now this doesn't mean the E-jets are in danger. Republic is the #1 operator of E-jets. But this has the #1 and #2 operators of the E190/195 retiring the planes early. We will find out what the resale market truly is. One replaced with better gauge E2-195s, one with A220s. https://en.wikipedia.org/w...Jump to post
Internet is your friend. planespotters.net has fleet listings and statistics. Here is a link to AC Jazz for a start...they are not in service according to this link. Not sure what other airlines are flying the -100 for AC though... https://www.planespotters.net/airline/Air-Canada-Jazz You may need ...Jump to post
Is there any rumors of some new destinations being added in North America. One would think that YOW and YWG are good candidates for a new FI flight. They’ve been talking about YOW & YWG as destinations ever since the signing several years ago of the Canada-EU Open Skies agreement. Both should h...Jump to post
Loosing a major LOI worth milions, the troubled A380 might be facing cancellations & supply chain problems continue to haunt Airbus. Another fresh blow for the guys in Toulouse. Airbus would have known full well that 1/2 the CSeries order book was made up of fluff. AC, DL, B6, Swiss, Air Baltic...Jump to post
The YYT-EWR route would see 737/320s in summer and YYT became CAT III a while back. This is just the latest (and likely last) closure of a UA or legacy CO Canadian station being closed by UA. UA’s closed the aforementioned YYT, along with YQM, YXU, YQR, YXE, YMM, YLW and now YYJ. As for preclearanc...Jump to post
One word for you: TANGO. Tango still exists. In fact almost every North American carrier is "Tango". Tango was the first North American carrier to offer an a la carte pricing system, where the passenger only puchased what he needed. Also allowed for the first time, were two different econ...Jump to post
I wonder if the lack of U.S. pre-clearance at YYJ doomed this flight (and perhaps others too, like EWR-YYT). To be sure, it's a lot better to go through U.S. customs and immigration at YVR or YHZ than a congested long haul hub airport like SFO or EWR. Any update on the new pre-clearance facilities ...Jump to post
Get out of commercial aviation? The Q400 is still around. Clearly Airbus would not be permitted to buy that.Jump to post
USAavdork wrote: Is there something I'm missing? I never knew AS or VX to operate LAS-SJC and I see it's showing up 0.2 for AS? I can't find anything on Alaskaair.com in January either. It's probably just for CES, and those flights aren't typically available for booking to the public IIRC. I had th...Jump to post
I should have mentioned as part of the “fanboy” comment, that I too am usually an AC fanboy vs WS, but I found this one over the top, in same way media bash AC for no reason whereas WS can do no wrong. As for a glaring inaccuracy, it says WS’ expenses in 2017 went past the 4 billion mark on a “reven...Jump to post
longhauler wrote:It appears that the business community too, is curious about westjet's direction ....
https://www.thestar.com/business/2018/0 ... edive.html
UA HYS-SLN OCT 1.7>1.3 NOV 1.8>1.4 DEC 1.6>1.2 JAN 1.7>1.3 FEB 1.7>1.3 MAR 1.7>1.3 APR 1.7>1.3[1.3] MAY 1.7>1.3[1.7] JUN 1.7>1.3[1.7] Hayes KS to Salina KS? Odd. Must be a tag on an EAS route. @enilria, did the coding issue with transborder routes get cleaned up this week? PS: tha...Jump to post
how can i make a thread interesting for grown ups to like it ? You did create one right here. I was thoroughly enjoying reading this thread about a classic, even if it’s an old topic. New threads often bring new perspectives to old topics. Grown ups can be harsh and often rather “childish” for lack...Jump to post