Scarebus34 wrote:behramjee wrote:The B787-10 can fly 11.5-12 hours maximum with a full payload. Its current longest scheduled flights in S19 and in S20 are TLV-EWR on UA and AMS-SFO on KL.
SIN-SEA is 14 hours 40 minutes block time so unfortunately the B781 cannot operate this route nonstop.
Are they preparing for the facility (and the city) to be underwater by 2050?Jump to post
Me too. And I think it will look even better on larger planes. I imagine the reason it looks so LCC-ish on the 737 is because the 737 is a popular LCC aircraft of choice, not because of the logo itself...Jump to post
They probably planned to do it on a 737-9MAX before they were all grounded...Jump to post
https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRnYHxZtkd0o3TjjKvyBOoxUZTMYGOTt75P-zto8ZBQjrIdWOBsMw This is a first clue.... No, it’s not. Nordstar 737MAX8 VQ-BXX and SunExpress 737MAX9 D-ASMB position BFI-PAE for storage https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D4c9KrNUwAAYGjS?format=jpg https://twitter...Jump to post
Meh, not sure I want to go to Brazil during the Bolsonaro era.Jump to post
TG is definitely not preferred at BKK. TG planes seem to deplane at remote stands more often than other airlines, for one.Jump to post
God I hope not. BA’s J product is awful!Jump to post
Austin Wolff is so generic looking. I’m sure he exudes a sexy energy and all, but he definitely wouldn’t be my first choice, especially not it I had to risk a felony for it.Jump to post
China's high-speed trains are ratchet, pretty sure I'd pay extra to be on a plane.Jump to post
Anyone on here taken WOW yet? Thoughts? Seat advice? General advice about Iceland. I am thinking about going in March. I took Wow Airlines KEF-STL in early August. (I took Icelandair MSP-KEF on the way to Iceland) I bought the fare that included everything I needed, and chose one of the Big Seats i...Jump to post
1) NYC is the most overrated place on the planet. 2) I'm shocked more of the climate deniers who post here haven't come in this thread to "debunk" the obvious truths being stated here. 3) The aviation industry will be among the most screwed by climate change, which is actually poetic justi...Jump to post
I shutter when the words "ride the metro" are said in this city given the amazing track record of security. When I flew from FOD-STL last summer, every single person on that flight was coming to STL for the weekend and going to the Cardinals games. They told me they just ride Metro downto...Jump to post
Taiwan is what the rest of China could've been.Jump to post
Indonesia in particular is a very low-yield destination. Malaysia is too, it seems, though the general economic trajectory of the country (it's more or less "developed" at this point) would suggest that shouldn't be the case to the extent it is.Jump to post
The seats are angle-flat, and are the same as what OZ, KE, TG, etc. offer on some Asia routes in J. I knew the food service wouldn't be on the same level, but I was amazed at just how awful it was. They actually served the entire economy cabin before bringing anyone up-front our food! And there wasn...Jump to post
DJ/XJ can order all the planes it wants, but it's still a trash airline. I tried their "business class" for the first time last week, and while the seat was more comfortable than I expected, their service is absolutely deplorable. First and foremost their premium product isn't a business ...Jump to post
Does anyone else feel like the 797 is materializing way too late to be important?Jump to post
I think a dream scenario would consist of, 1) CX shift to Star 2) CZ shift to oneworld 3) OpenSkies between PRC and USA (very unlikely in this presidency) 4) US3 heavily cooperating and JVs with their potential Chinese alliance partners (UA with CA, DL with MU, AA with CZ); a potential UA-NH-OZ-CA-...Jump to post
First of all, no sane travel blogger stans for United. I believe Zach has some sort of financial relationship with them...Jump to post
I'd much rather fly one of the quality TPAC J products to TYO and ride the Shinkansen to Osaka than be stuck in an ancient DL 76W, a UA 788 with pmCO 2-2-2 seats or a regionally-configured JL 788. Have you ever done that? Getting off the plane in Tokyo and getting the Shinkansen to Osaka will take ...Jump to post
I'd much rather fly one of the quality TPAC J products to TYO and ride the Shinkansen to Osaka than be stuck in an ancient DL 76W, a UA 788 with pmCO 2-2-2 seats or a regionally-configured JL 788.Jump to post
DeltaB717 wrote:lydh wrote:I just flew Cathay's A35G (in J) from YVR-HKG, and the experience vis a vis the 77W or other aircraft is just night and day.
Does this mean the A350 is better in your opinion, or the others are?
I just flew Cathay's A35G (in J) from YVR-HKG, and the experience vis a vis the 77W or other aircraft is just night and day.Jump to post
Stupid move to choose EWR, if UA's hub there was indeed a factor. Wouldn't Star Alliance passengers west of New York just connect in LAX or SFO and fly United nonstop to SIN?Jump to post
This literally happened a few weeks ago on The Handmaid's Tale (though not on a plane).Jump to post
Why do so many people who post here seem to want a return to the tacky, awful liveries of the 1970s? Just because they weren't "Eurowhite," really? Minimalism is a beautiful thing; it's a shame so many aviations enthusiasts are design-dumb.Jump to post
I love how everyone on this forum suddenly becomes a design expert when a new livery rolls out. :rotfl: :rotfl: Yet, the novices work do look better than the overpriced "brand managers" :scratchchin: .............................................................. :irked: In some cases they...Jump to post
I love how everyone on this forum suddenly becomes a design expert when a new livery rolls out.Jump to post