AW&ST for 7 Oct 1963 has a table showing passengers enplaned by US-flag airlines at Latin American cities during the year 1962. It says Pan Am enplaned 84135 pax at "Panama City"; no other US airlines there. It says Braniff enplaned 12623 and Panagra enplaned 41128 at "Balboa&quo...Jump to post
TW870 wrote:United bought the two very high gross weight 747-200Bs with the -7R4G2 engines for SEA-HKG
If someone can read Japanese, we can confirm DC-10s to Japan in 1973
http://northwestairlineshistory.org/wp- ... -Japan.pdf
The June 1991 NW timetable says SYD would start 1 July. Timetable for 1 Aug just shows flight 76 SYD to HNL 4/week -- nothing beyond. TT for 5 Sept shows 4/week SYD- HNL-LAX. 15 Dec 1991 shows flight 86 weekly to HNL-LAX, 74 3/week to LAX, 70 3/week to OSA-JFK. Ditto thru July 1992; in Aug 1992 add ...Jump to post
STT757 wrote:The only domestic routes [EA DC-10s] flew was MIA-LAX.
GalaxyFlyer wrote:I believe the DC-8 overran a holding fix due to inop DME.
The usual Bay Tour is climb and maintain 3000, remain over the water, depart Golden Gate Bridge heading 230 or some such. Never seen one go east over the Golden Gate until today.Jump to post
The UK carrier on the route was originally British Eagle ... "The route" between Miami and London via Bermuda, or some such. It seems BOAC and National were both approved to fly MIA-LHR nonstop in Summer 1969, and both were to start it in January 1970; maybe BOAC did, but National was lat...Jump to post
This change now allows aircraft to be separated by 1 mile between the leading aircraft for Runway 28L and the trailing aircraft for Runway 28R all the way down to CAT 1 minimums. Or the other way around? Can the lead aircraft go to 28R? This is not the offset localizer from a few years ago? That's ...Jump to post
further than its stated distance? You're assuming "its stated distance" is some sort of official range. It isn't. Any airliner has a full-payload range, assuming still air and standard reserve fuel. Maybe that's what the "stated distance" is in this case. If it's carrying less p...Jump to post
Boeing 777-200 (not ER or LR, just the plain -200) has a listed range (in Wikipedia) of 9700 km. Any time someone says such-and-such aircraft has a "listed range" of so-and-so kilometers, pay no attention. They're not telling you anything helpful. But if they say it has a range of so-and-...Jump to post
If you give me your e-mail I can send you a scan from 1989. I might have a 1992.Jump to post
Hathitrust.org has a bunch of Airport Activity Statistics , which lists enplanements at every US airport -- but only for "certificated carriers", which I assume doesn't include any foreign airlines, and didn't include PSA and Air California and Southwest until 1979. Have you used Hathitrus...Jump to post
Eastern 809 flew PHL-BAL-BDA -- left PHL around 1030. The 10/77 OAG says L10; the 3/78 says it would change from 72S to L10 on 20 March. June 1978 timetable shows L10.Jump to post
airporthistory wrote:You can read read about the International Arrivals Building (opened 1957) here: https://www.airporthistory.org/kennedy-3.html
Aesma wrote:If no woman had flown this route before...
Iemand91 wrote:Its recorded flight time was 46 hours, 39 minutes, 38 seconds.
https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2019/07 ... 562853645/
In 1975-77 the ITO-ORD nonstop was Friday only, then in 1978 UA said it would be daily eff 9 June -- still eastward only. No nonstop in the 10/78 timetable.Jump to post
Checked 1982 and 1984 OAGs -- DFW-SJU was 72S.Jump to post
It seems AA started DFW-SJU in 1982
I'll check -- probably a 727?
Says Feb 1982 -- might be true for all I know. https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/23149084203/sizes/l/ Same date here -- same vehicle? https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/23775885175/sizes/l/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/23693458311/sizes/l/ (Now that I continue thru his...Jump to post
3 Apr 1988
https://merrick.library.miami.edu/cdm/c ... 083/rec/43
15 June 1988
https://merrick.library.miami.edu/cdm/c ... 003/rec/95
Bradin wrote:isn't [LAX] 25L and 25R more than 1200' apart?
flyPIT wrote:even though it was a scheduled ATA route
Q wrote:I can't image that United 747-200 flew Chicago to Hilo daily non stop!
Busiest by passenger count? O&D passengers only -- connecting passengers don't count? Or what?Jump to post
If you can't get the info elsewhere, you can always try When you're listening to a low-altitude plane, keep listening as it climbs, to hear the frequencies it changes to. You can hope to get the hi-alt freq for 100 miles west/east of you, then if you listen to that maybe you'll hear aircraft being h...Jump to post
Mostly 737s and 727-100s in 1986
https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id= ... up;seq=605
They don't have the 1987 issue -- no UA at ISP in 1988.
Airport Activity Statistics for 1988 shows 31458 DL sched-svc departures from LAX, 26960 UA, 24876 AA.
And 27339 USAir and 8755 PSA, so if you combine those two...
phatfarmlines wrote:How long have jets been doing the right-hand "Candlestick Climb" from 28L/R?
That’s called the TRUKN departure. The TRUKN departure isn't intended to go over San Bruno Mountain. It says right turn to TRUKN (i.e. Oakland airport) on reaching 520 ft altitude -- guess for a heavy that would be around the west end of the runway. DEDHD is a few miles west of Vacaville, so that i...Jump to post
Yeah, looking at the east end (where the high-numbered gates would be) there could be a short gap between the "satellite" and the terminal -- but what for? Too small for planes to taxi over it, and would they build an undergound walkway just to make things easier for baggage wagons? Can't ...Jump to post
Is this an under-the-tarmac walkway? To where?
https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] ... 927433277/
Lots more interesting pics in the guy's collection.