skipness1E wrote:xjetflyer2001 wrote:G-YMML “Great Festival of Creativity” livery flew to Cardiff on October 4th and hasn’t left. Is the special paint going away???
Cardiff doesn't have a paintshop and the LHR one is long since closed. Repaints were done at Dublin and Shannon of late.
I wonder if it would still be based in COS like the last one. Though it was supposedly based at COS, I don't think it was there very oftenJump to post
I hate to hear UA is pulling out of PAE. That flight from DEN was always pretty full pre covidJump to post
It looks like 2478 / N778UA currently grounded at ORD is next in line for an entire fan blade replacement on both engines, this after 2471 / N771UA received new fan blades, neither aircraft has a RTS date yet. Do we have any idea where United acquired these replacement fan blades from? Also looking...Jump to post
Looks like 16 aircraft leases were terminated. Also, they plan to remain as a smaller airline, with 85 aircraft in the fleet by 2025. https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/thai-airways-wins-court-approval-restructuring-plan-2021-06-15/ 85 aircraft is "a lot" considering they ...Jump to post
Someone83 wrote:Can't find it on FR24 or Flightaware?
KL serve CAN regularly and AY serve seasonal before CoVID If you are referring to KLM, they have never operated scheduled services to CAN in their 102 years of existence. China Southern however, has operated CAN-AMS daily for many years. Currently CZ operates only 1x weekly with A380 due to COVID. ...Jump to post
303dk wrote:alohashirts wrote:Sorry if this has been discussed but once the west expansion on the A concourse is complete, will DL keep their gates or will they be relocating?
They’ll be moving to A east.
I don’t think you can look at it that narrowly. The issue is whether JetBlue is gaining marketshare during this time that will put them in a better position for recovery. If I had to guess, the proportion of JetBlue flights to UAA NYC flights is much higher than it was pre-pandemic. But maybe UA is...Jump to post
UA735WL wrote:Hi folks,
This morning I got a picture from my dad of an An-124 taxiing at AUS! I believethis is the first ever visit of a Russian airplanethere- does anyone know what it's up to?
PHX prices are crazy. I'm renting a car in May from TPA and at airport it was over $300 for 4 days, just a mile off the airport I'm paying $167 for 4 days $300 for four days is what, in the vicinity of $60/day before taxes and fees? That's not a crazy price for TPA in the spring. I wasn't trying to...Jump to post
Interesting story on CNN website https://www.cnn.com/2021/03/25/business/rental-car-shortage-price-spike/index.html about how expensive renting a car is in Florida and other vacation spots now. $300 per day if you can get one. Appears the rental companies have reduced their fleets so much that pric...Jump to post
I don’t believe it is “scheduled” on any domestic routes at this time, but does make some appearances on any combination of hub -hub routes. I saw one in DEN this morning, not sure where it was going. Pre-COVID they were scheduled on EWR-LAX/SFO The one in DEN this morning came in from OGG and then...Jump to post
I don't remember what year it was, probably 2014 or 2015. I worked at DEN at the time and know for a fact 3 or 4 E170's I guess it was were flown to ASE as substitution flights over the course of a day or 2, I don't know why they were substituted and I didn't think much of it at the time, just that ...Jump to post
That’s the bird that lost its engine enroute to HNL in 2018 I thought that was N779UA in 2018 No it was N773UA. I only remember that tail because it’s the only UA 777 I’ve been on. https://avherald.com/h?article=4b4e8ca7&opt=0 Your right. I was thinking of this flight, also a DEN-HNL flight htt...Jump to post
If TG's A380s are truly gone for good, it would be a huge personal blow to me. My first and only flights on the A380 were with TG back in 2013, when the planes were still very new. I had the chance to fly them again in 2019 but deferred owing to work commitments. Less than a year later, the pandemi...Jump to post
Lots of good information I was unaware of, thank you for all the information and history of the airline and engine manufacturers everyone is providingJump to post
I had assumed that the ER 777's all had GE90 engines, but now that I am looking, I guess the ER UA birds didn't have that and only the Continental ones. Is the thrust output the same, or is the GE90 more powerful, why didn't UA go with the GE90's?Jump to post
Yes you can. Just filter to "K35R" or something like that. I've been also able to track E-6Bs and RC-135s while they're CONUS as well. Indeed. Don't know what changed, but in addition to that you can see the C5's flying around among the one's you list above. Kind of nice to see something ...Jump to post
It seems like to be replaced by the 77W , that 743 was one of the last built if not the last. Ughh, I hope it comes back to the US before it's finished, I had a chance to see it at SFO in 2016 but didn't take it. Now I'm beginning to regret that decision. Thanks for the info wee if that's true then...Jump to post
Anyone know what N777UA is in XMN for? New Paint by chance?? been there since Dec 3rd 2020Jump to post
Doesn't the article say that the man flew into ORD from LAX?? He probably then never even left the secure area. At most airports passengers once in the secure area are allowed to sleep over night without being kicked out, so if he just stayed in the secure area and never left, then security really d...Jump to post
Anyone have an idea where HZ-HM1A the Saudia Govt 747-300 is located?? last photo I can find in the database is from Dec 2019. Looks like she's at King Khalid International Airport. Has flown a couple of flights in 2020 but weirdly enough I can't find the flight from Basle where it was in December ...Jump to post
Anyone have an idea where HZ-HM1A the Saudia Govt 747-300 is located?? last photo I can find in the database is from Dec 2019.Jump to post
This announcement will aggravate the Atlas pilots greatly. They want a pay raise in addition to other contract improvements across the board. They will claim that if Atlas has enough money to buy new 747s, they have enough money to give them what they demand in a new contract. This will further det...Jump to post
It may have already been commented on recently in the 2020 thread, but what is the consensus on the 767-400ER fleet (16 frames), all of which are in long term storage? These airplanes were generally the backbone of TATL seasonal and capacity increases, until 2019 and otherwise flew around the netwo...Jump to post
3. Air China 10 (7 are 747-8) (One 747-400 operated for Government) Not anymore. It has been reconfigured into regular CA pax 744 configuration last summer and currently is flying happy punters between PEK, SZX, CAN, SYX and, oddly enough, MAD. I'll update my list thank you, interesting about MADJump to post
List i've compiled of current pax 747 operators as far as I know, includes 747-8 as well, please correct if wrong on some as a few I'm not 100% if correct such as Saudia, Max Air, and Kabo Air. Boeing 747 Pax Operators as of Jan 5th 2021 1. Lufthansa 27 (19 are 747-8) (747-400’s retired by 2025 prob...Jump to post
I've noticed Delta operating quite a few more 757's/767's into Denver lately (more than I can remember in years), as well as more flights overall. Are these actually flying in/out with full loads or is Delta just keeping aircraft active? I was on a 763 DEN-ATL flight Saturday morning 12/19. First c...Jump to post
A little off topic, but does anyone know how many 747-4F's are in full Polar Air Cargo colors?? Thank YouJump to post
Flight Channel has a graphic representation of the events of this flight on YouTube, I don't remember the exact details of what happened, but seem to remember the pilot was pretty much ignoring ATC suggestions and basically just forgot to lower the landing gear. I don't remember if it was stated as ...Jump to post
Yesterday, as what Virgin as previously done, ferried another 744 to retirement in Marana via LAS. This morning, G-VLIP left LAS for it's final flight, but once it got down to Marana, it is currently turning back for LAS. Does anyone know what happened? It got scared of retirement?? Seriously, I’m ...Jump to post
bennett123 wrote:Did you READ that article?.
The company can’t just pick and choose which stations they want to furlough more and skip seniority. I can't speak to CBAs at WN, but generally speaking, every airline CBA states that furloughs are done at each station by inverse seniority order, and yes some stations may be more adversely impacted...Jump to post
Iemand91 wrote:Lufthansa 747-400 D-ABVS just departed Boston for Mojave for her last ever flight: https://www.flightradar24.com/DLH9922/26330152
DEN usually gets extra capacity during December, anyone know if and what may be flying through DEN this year?Jump to post
Is that even legal? Until it’s proven the vaccine has no damaging side effects I think there be a good chunk of the population unwilling to take that chance. So even if it’s legal to demand this (I wonder if it can be seen as discriminating) they might shut out a good number of potential customers,...Jump to post
Just before retiring the type, United was operating one of its 747's for a while in 2017 on SFO-ORD-SFO routeJump to post
Yes, oh you know this company already, yes this is the one, I was in North Korea on such a 1 week aviation tour in June 2013, it was great. Although I already flew the IL-62, TU3 and TU5, the one which got my big attention was the only flying IL-18. In the 70s + 80s they flew often to Zurich but th...Jump to post
Never mind, no longer need email, it posted finally. Thank You.
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Just read only one airline now flies the (good?) old TU-154...I never flew it but back in the day I received a large TU-154 model from Aeroflot in what was a fantastic day for the collector in me. Anyways as Air Koryo seems to be the only operator now, I was wondering, to you people, what is the le...Jump to post